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e-Book Banana Fish, Vol. 19 download

by Akimi Yoshida

ISBN: 142150877X
ISBN13: 978-1421508771
Language: English
Publisher: VIZ Media LLC; 1st edition (April 10, 2007)
Pages: 192
Category: Manga
Subategory: Graphic Novels

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Rating: 4.2
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Book 19 of 19 in the Banana Fish Series. Akimi Yoshida made her manga debut in 1977 with the college manga story her college story, A SLIGHTLY STRANGE NEIGHBOR. Her immensely popular series BANANA FISH, her longest work to date, ran from 1985 to 1994 and made her a superstar in the shojo manga world, injecting a new realism and narrative energy into the genre and attracting a large male crossover readership. Yoshida was honored twice with the top annual prize for excellence in shojo from Japanese publishing giant, Shogakukan.

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Banana Fish is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Akimi Yoshida. It was serialized in the manga magazine Bessatsu Shōjo Comic from 1985 to 1994, and collected into nineteen tankōbon volumes by Shogakukan.

Banana Fish is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Akimi Yoshida. Banana Fish follows the relationship between Ash Lynx, a teenage gang leader in New York City, and Eiji Okumura, a Japanese photographer's assistant. The series is noted as a crossover success between shōjo and shōnen audiences, and for its influence on the boys' love (BL) genre.

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Epic in scope, and one of the best-selling shojo titles of all time in Japan, Akimi Yoshida put an electric shock into the genre and gained a huge crossover audience through Banana Fish's stripped-down, n-stop style.

VICE CITY: NEW YORK IN THE 80s... Nature made Ash Lynx beautiful; nurture made him a cold ruthless killer. A child runaway brought up as the adopted heir, hatchet man, and sex toy of "Papa" Dino Golzine, the East Coast's Corsican crime lord, Ash is now at the rebellious age of seventeen - forsaking the kingdom of power and riches held out by the devil who raised him, preferring a code he can live with among a small but loyal gang of street thugs. But his "Papa" can't simply let him go - not when the hideous secret that drove Ash's older brother mad in Vietnam has suddenly fallen into his insatiably ambitious hands. It's exactly the wrong time for Eiji Okamura, a pure-hearted young photographer from Japan, to arrive in NYC and make Ash Lynx's acquaintance... and fall with him into the bloody whirlpool of pride, greed, lust and wrath unleashed by the enigma code-named Banana Fish... Epic in scope, and one of the best-selling shojo titles of all time in Japan, Akimi Yoshida put an electric shock into the genre and gained a huge crossover audience through Banana Fish's stripped-down, non-stop style
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Lavivan
This series is one that gets better with age. The story telling, in the last three volumes especially, is superb.

This final novel is a compilation of three stories. The first is the final chapter to the main story arch, and as the blurb says, it is in turns heart warming and achingly tragic. The second features one of my favorite characters Shorter Wong, and his first unfortunate meeting with Ash Callenreese. The last is far and away my favorite. Set eight years after the end of the series it follows Akira Ibe on her first visit to New York and Sing Soo-Ling (now 6'3", kid had to grow up some time) in his attempts to redeem the sins of the dead. A breathtaking story filled with real life humor and heart break.

Ynye
Well I finally finished reading this manga series... having picked it up a few years ago and slowly finding time to pick up another volume here and there. This last one packed quite a wallop. I was reading it at the laundromat and actually got a little misty eyed. What started out a simple, character driven action manga quickly took loop dives into shonen ai/yaoi, convoluted character two timers, drug and kidnap conspiracy theories and ultimately tragic drama. One of the best manga series out there ever. More people should read it. That means you! And ignore the fact that it's a shoujo manga. I am a 27 year old guy and I enjoyed it from beginning to end. I think it might even be more appealing to a male audience in the US... but you'll have to decide for yourself.
Enjoy!

Vathennece
After trouble finds Ash and his friends at their Cape Cod hideout, they continue their quest to find the truth behind Banana Fish by heading to Los Angeles, following a lead given to Ash by a dying man. After a less-than-cordial welcome from Max Lobo's ex-wife, the crew heads out to find an address that they think has something to do with the ongoing Banana Fish saga. Little do they know that Papa Dino has worked with his Chinese associates to stage a welcome for Ash and company.
After fending off the would-be kidnappers, and finding a few surprises inside the house, Ash and his friends settle in to do some research into Banana Fish, and what exactly it is, and why everybody seems to want it. Meanwhile, Shorter has problems of his own, what with the Young Master being not quite what he seems. And how about Eiji and Ibe, who are now in the country illegally since their visas have expired?
As usual, all is turmoil, but Ash, Max, and their friends are determined to find the truth behind Banana Fish, and finally put to rest the ghost of Griffin. The story continues to unfold quickly, and new mysteries spring up left and right, drawing you further in. Another fine volume in the Banana Fish series.

Ttyr
Banana Fish, Banana Fish, why are you so under-appreciated? Is it because you actually have a plot? Or is it because you don't shy away from the nitty gritty of life? How can you be replaced by all the sub standard titles you get in bookstores nowadays? It doesn't make any sense. You're a shoujo manga that has *grenade launchers* (to borrow from another awesome review), that should give you an edge over anyone else.

A riveting story - you will be invested in the characters, you will *care* for them -and the ending will break your heart to a thousand little pieces, as only a good book can. The love story between Ash and Eiji (yes, it's a love story) is subtle and understated and there. Sure beats the hell out of most yaoi mangas.

Case in point- Banana Fish led me to read Salinger. That's how obsessed I was.

Ces
I picked up vol II of this manga by accident, and it sat in my room collecting dust for a very long time. One day, out of boredom, I picked it up. I remember thinking to myself: what an ugly cover...and that I didn't really like that style of drawing anyways.
However, as soon as I got past the first ten pages...I couldn't stop myself from finishing the manga and wanting more of the story. The plot is wonderfully twisted, there are subtle hints on every page, and the character development is amazing!
Since then, I've collected all the volumes up to #7, and the story just keeps on growing!
On a personal level, Banana Fish really appeals to me because some of the social issues this manga series address are very hard to accept and also very thought provoking. Compared to the life of some of the characters in the story, my life has been a blessing...and I'm learning to re-evaluate myself through personal reflection. Any manga that can hit you that hard is definitely something. But don't get me wrong...there are great humour in it too...it's not just all depressing stuff!
Do yourself a favour and read Banana Fish. I hope you will love it as much as I do!

Enditaling
I absolutely love this series and volume 18 did not disapoint. I think I'd recomend this book to anyone who loves manga.

Kea
To give you an idea of how much I adore this series: I've already read it all online, having binge-read it in a day after the first eight episodes made me impatient to know what happens next.

I still opted to buy the rest of the series so I could have physical copies to enjoy whenever I wished. Yoshida's art continues to improve, and just when you think the stakes can't get any higher.... they get higher.

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