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Well, i watched the anime too, but i heard that story goes further in the manga than in the anime, and I want to read that, so do anyone know where could I read the manga on the net?
The answer, as always, is to take the time to learn how to use IRC and head over to #lurk @ irc.irchighway.net
There is no alternative that's nearly as good.
true, i dont know how people go manga before lurk existed, lol
It was very difficult, luckyly I discovered #lurk not so long after starting to lurk manga; but before and after where two different worlds.[br]Posted on: August 11, 2006, 12:45:03 AM_________________________________________________I read Slam Dunk at least 2 times, maybe three, and after this thread probably i'll reread it another time.Originally Posted by NeoShweaty
The combined team is all the "main characters" from the other teams giving Shohoku a "last go" before their match, it's also where Hanamichi shows of his three-point training and everyone is again amazed, that's in both the manga and anime. The manga continues though to the tournament where they meet the strongest team and
It's a GREAT manga and I'm always hoping they'd pick up and add a couple chapters about the continuation!
Sigh, why did you do that resume, we all know, also, you said ''Hanamichi shows of his three-point training'', I think you've been smoking some good shit cause Sakuragi's training was mid-range shots, not 3 pointers but not at all. But seriously, the match vs Sannoh was crazy, all along I knew that Sakuragi was just the man!
Hmm then I must be remembering wrong? First he learned layups, then he learned "shots in the paint", then he learned threepointers, or I must be mistaken.
He never learned 3-pointers. His final stretch of training was just 20,000 jump-shots. Field goals, whatever you want to call them. All of those shots were NOT outside the 3-point line. Hanamichi has never even attempted a single 3-pointer in the entire series if I remember correctly.
He didnt. They just left that stuff to Mitsui. He worried about the paint area and shooting in the paint and around the paint was something he needed to work on.
Lol, to you guys that doesnt seem like basketball players, the first training was layups like it was said, the second was close range, or shots in the keys, and the last one was midrange shots, out of the key, and I can't believe the guy acquired such a good shot in a week, its insane.
Slam Dunk, eh? Not really my style but I've picked up a couple of things that might interest you guys.
1) Slam Dunk - 10 Days Later
Inoue drawing Slam Dunk on a chalk board about what happened 10 days after the series ended, if what I'm told is true.
You know what an artbook is. This is random Inoue Slam Dunk stuff that he drew and released in the Slam Dunk artbook.
that was actually by inoue? I thought it was a doujinshi or something
The artbook is something i wish i actually had in my hands but it is worth another download onto my new comp
thanks a lot. I never knew about this 10 days later thing. But even if it's true, it's probably something he made without so much thought in, (I hope I'm wrong)
That's what I heard anyway. I thought it was an elaborate prank but it is supposedly by Inoue.[br]Posted on: September 02, 2006, 08:34:46 PM_________________________________________________Alright, artbook uploaded.
Bahhh, he doesn't have any officle close range shoots, he trains the close range with the middle range.
I'm gonna check that 10 days later thingy...