ROBOT×LASERBEAM 1 (Robot x Laserbeam, #1) by Tadatoshi Fujimaki

ROBOT×LASERBEAM 1 (Robot x Laserbeam, #1)

融通がきかず無表情、ロボこと高校生・鳩原呂羽人。彼をゴルフ部に誘うトモヤは新しいクラブを試すため、ロボを練習場へ連れだす。だが他校のゴルフ部に絡まれ、なんとロボが勝負することになり!?


Details ROBOT×LASERBEAM 1 (Robot x Laserbeam, #1)

TitleROBOT×LASERBEAM 1 (Robot x Laserbeam, #1)
ISBN9784088811857
Author
Release DateJul 4th, 2017
Publisher集英社
LanguageJapanese
GenreSequential Art, Manga, Sports and Games, Sports, Comics
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Reviews ROBOT×LASERBEAM 1 (Robot x Laserbeam, #1)

  • Elizabeth (Elzburg)
    2017-05-19
    When I first heard of this series, this is the first thing I wrote down in my notes: "Well this manga has got to have the worst title I have ever seen in my life. Also: Boo, golf." All that being said, I was still excited for this series because I had trust in Tadatoshi Fujimaki's ability to write a good sports manga, having been the author behind Kuroko's Basketball and all. Well, this manga's not bad. Or boring. It's good. It's just that there...
  • Kate
    2017-09-09
    This is the same artist that did Kuroko no Basuke. Not nearly as good as Kuroko, but what do you want? It's a sports manga about golf.
  • Dakota
    2017-11-07
    I was going to wait to read this series when it had at least five volumes, but here I am reading it before even three in the Japanese releases (I lament the lack of an official English release, but it is really sketchy if there will be one with the sports genre). What can I say other than if you like the sports genre, just read it. I honestly was doubtful about this series, because the fact it is centered around GOLF of all things (a sport I pers...
  • Miguel
    2017-11-21
    Three years removed from the end of Kuroko no Basket, Fujimaki has taken his talents to the golf course to bring some drama to this underappreciated sport. Although this is the first golf manga I have encountered, it reminds me of non-team sports anime and manga like Prince of Tennis, Baby Steps, or even Hajime no Ippo. Robo, the protagonist, shares Kuroko's flat affect. But Kuroko is always driven by his belief in a certain way of playing basket...