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Detroit Metal City, Volume 1

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  • Posted November 1, 2009

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    One of the best mangas i ever read!

    This book/series is one of the most creative and funny mangas I've ever read.
    The characters are endearing and once you start you'll be sucked into a world of heavy metal vs. everything and everyone.
    Defiantly worth the $13.00 and the most read manga on my shelves.
    Not recommended for the overly religious, easily insulted or for people who take things too literally.

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  • Posted March 28, 2009

    DMC (Detroit Metal City) Craziest manga ever!

    The story is about a young college graduate living in tokyo, away from his family's home in the countryside, aspiring to be in a pop band. He was offered a deal and was tricked into being in a Heavy demonic black metal band (his worst fears come true). Trying to hide his alter ego "Krauser-san" becomes his biggest struggle alongside dealing with his over sexed and drug addicted manager/president.

    I find the story entertaining as the main charactar struggles with his alter ego trying to keep his life simple

    I highly suggest this manga to metalheads and music lovers.

    I also warn parents to keep young, obsesive, and influencable children from this manga

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    Posted September 18, 2009

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