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Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Taiko no Tatsujin (Manga)

Taiko no Tatsujin Manga!This manga was drawn by Junji Oono, published in 2005 by Kodansha, and serialized in Comic Bon Bon.It really is quite a quirky manga, featuring Don-chan, Kat-chan, and all of TnoT’s characters in some very interesting situations.It is very silly in nature (even the front cover is telling!) and it is certain to give a few laughs.I haven’t seen it anywhere else up on the internet, and so, I decided to scan in this book and share it with you all! Plus, the blog allows for being able to view it without having to deal with filesharing and the like.If it is preferable though, I wouldn’t mind making it so it is available on fileshare, but I do need some guidance in that regard.Please keep in mind that this book has not been translated, and so, it is only available in its native Japanese (for now anyway).I will try to set it up so that there is a new page each day (until it finishes of course). If that seems too slow, then I’ll up it to 2 pages a day.For now, I am posting them as I have scanned them in (approx. 9X7 inches at 300dpi)I am always appreciative of feedback regarding size and quality of the pages.With that being said, I hope you will enjoy reading the Taiko no Tatsujin manga!

The Taiko no Tatsujin manga series was made in 2005 for the children-oriented manga magazine Comic BomBom, publisher Kodansha's only kodomo publication (=mainly aimed to children). It was made by Junji Oono (大野純二), creator of other series such as Shiritsu Justice Gakuen, D-Cloth and -in more recent times- Kidou Senshi Gundam Gaiden - Missing Link.

Basically, this is a comedy-oriented series starring Don-Chan and many other characters from the Taiko universe that have been introduced up to the 5th Playstation 2 game's release. Being a yonkoma (4コマ漫画, lit. "4-Cell Manga"), this series wasn't made with the concept of an overarching storyline behind it, but rather as a series of 1-story scenarios for quirky gags involving the Taiko no Tatsujin characters.

In late 2005, the whole series was published in a separated volume, of which the picture above is the front cover.

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