Kokou no Hito, Volume 1-17 (Kokou no Hito, #1-17)

On his first day of transferring to a new high school, a loner named Mori Buntarou, is cajoled by a classmate into climbing the school building Despite knowing that one misstep could send him spiraling to his death, he moves forward, and upon finally reaching the top, Mori experiences a sense of fulfillment That feeling, which seems to be telling him, You re alive givOn his first day of transferring to a new high school, a loner named Mori Buntarou, is cajoled by a classmate into climbing the school building Despite knowing that one misstep could send him spiraling to his death, he moves forward, and upon finally reaching the top, Mori experiences a sense of fulfillment That feeling, which seems to be telling him, You re alive gives birth to an adrenaline for rock climbing From volume 4 on, Sakamoto Shinichi has done both story and art 17 Volumes Complete Associated names AscensionKoko no HitoThe Climber
Kokou no Hito Volume Kokou no Hito On his first day of transferring to a new high school a loner named Mori Buntarou is cajoled by a classmate into climbing the school building Despite knowing that one misstep could send him spiralin

  • Title: Kokou no Hito, Volume 1-17 (Kokou no Hito, #1-17)
  • Author: Shin'ichi Sakamoto Yoshiro Nabeda
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 319
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  • 1 thought on “Kokou no Hito, Volume 1-17 (Kokou no Hito, #1-17)”

    1. Dark, dramatic and powerfully captivating. Absolutely not a typical sports manga.Kokou no Hito is a unique manga experience with dark and complex storytelling combined with breathtaking artwork that captivates the mind and soul. Since this manga was a Seinen category, both the plot and the theme focused on heavy subjects which are intense as well as disturbing in nature. The story explores role of emotion, morality, rationality in human reason when pushed to to the edge of survival. The mountain [...]

    2. I loved everything about this series, I despise being on a team in anything since depending on others isn't my forte so reading a manga series about an individual extreme sport of the highest quality made it a 5/5 experience. The main character Mori Buntarou is one of the very very few protagonists that ended up as my favourite in their respected series but then again in this particular one it's actually hard to have anyone else as a favourite. The phrase "What doesn't kill you makes you stronge [...]

    3. My review will be brief because I've enjoyed this read quite a long time ago until a further reread this will be a rather lacking review.Kokou no hito manage to pull an impressive feat of both story telling and art,and it remain until now one of the few memorable read i had from the manga world.From the beginning,a mysterious and heavy atmosphere is set and we are introduced to the a peculiar and intriguing main character who's desperate and suicidal whith a heavy past trauma, through the first [...]

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