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The author of the book: Tadatoshi Fujimaki
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I think the Seirin vs Yosen match is far better depicted in the manga than the anime.
The animators were slack; they completely disregarded Yosen and focused all of their attention on Seirin. For example, whenever Kagami was on screen you can tell they used a thou carefully constructed frames to get his movements all smooth-like and amazing. And yet when Murasakibara performed his Tornado dunk, they used 2-3 frames. No cool affects, SFX, build-up. No nothing!
Also, the animators made Murasaki out to be some lumbering Titan. Yes, he's tall and - "dat wingspan!" - but sometimes the portrayal of him next Seirin's players was just ridiculous. Didn't even look scary or somewhat feasible considering the angle of the shot, like it does in the manga.
The manga does both teams justice, although it cannot be denied; Yosen is the least impressive of the 'Generation Of Miracles' matches. I expected Murasaki to be somewhere between Midorima and Aomine in terms of skill (Aomine is too boss to be considered weaker just because he fought Seirin before Yosen did. Though I don't like him much, the facts prevent me from denying his talents). Unfortunately it seems to me like he is more on par with Kise. Even Kise is slightly more fun to watch - because he actually plays, whilst Murasaki does a lot of standing around, growling "KURO-CHIIIIN!".
Kagami and Kuroko are typical Shounen heroes. They defy the laws of everything, where all others fail; they succeed, things that can only be achieved with long term training are achieved by their hands in a third of that time, etc, etc. I am rarely, if ever, impressed by the character development of the "main" characters in manga.
Kagami is especially yawn-inducing. He truly is the epitome of Shounen protagonists. Nothing new there. It is beyond my human capabilities to understand how or why anyone would seriously love Kagami.
And I implore those with knowledge to please tell me HOW ON EARTH Kuroko managed to block Muraski's final shot? In the picture he is shown to have jumped -- as high as Murasaki's waist (well, almost)! How does a midget with no experience in the airborne department pull that off? That was just ridonkylous.
The match ended OK. I'm glad Murasaki didn't throw himself at Seirin's feet and declare his undying love for basketball - because that would be so out of character. I hope it takes a lot of persuading to get him to play again. I think it's important to the story that some of the 'Generation of Miracles' stick to their old ways because it'd be too clichéd if they all suddenly discovered the beauty of Kuroko's Basketball after being defeated.
I'd like to see more training from the other teams. Seirin gets stronger and stronger and we're told that their opponents have also gotten better, but they still lose and it just makes all the other teams look nauseatingly weak. If we could see a little of what they do behind the scenes, it might give them more "depth" (can't think of the right word, but you know what I mean). And I'm curious about Yosen's coach, she seems an interesting character. We know the old geezers from the other teams are ex-basketball players themselves. But what of Masako Araki?
Finally, the artwork is really good and the movements of the players are demonstrated well. Not confusing at all. I also enjoy reading the little "blooper" panels and Q&A at the end of each chapter. You can learn a lot about the characters that way.
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Read information about the authorTadatoshi Fujimaki (藤巻 忠俊, Fujimaki Tadatoshi, born June 9th, 1982, Tokyo) is a Japanese mangaka, most known for his manga Kuroko no Basuke, serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump. Fujimaki was brought up in a good household and environment. He attended Toyama High School and enrolled to Sophia University. He chose for a manga career after finishing his studies.
Also known as 藤巻 忠俊 and 藤巻忠俊.
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