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I'll Give It My All...Tomorrow, Vol. 4
     

I'll Give It My All...Tomorrow, Vol. 4

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by Shunju Aono
 

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Just as Shizuo Oguro is finally about to make his longed-for debut as a professional manga artist... his editor quits. Although Shizuo's dreams are shattered, he has a shot at redemption: all he has to do is get the new editor to publish him. But how can a 42-year-old, slacker guy convince a 23-year-old, no-nonsense woman to give him a chance? Is it time for Shizuo

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Just as Shizuo Oguro is finally about to make his longed-for debut as a professional manga artist... his editor quits. Although Shizuo's dreams are shattered, he has a shot at redemption: all he has to do is get the new editor to publish him. But how can a 42-year-old, slacker guy convince a 23-year-old, no-nonsense woman to give him a chance? Is it time for Shizuo to finally give it his all?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781421543734
Publisher:
VIZ Media
Publication date:
12/12/2011
Series:
I'll Give It My All...Tomorrow , #4
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
202
File size:
40 MB
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Meet the Author

Shunju Aono was born in Ibaraki Prefecture. In 2001 he won the Young Magazine 45th Chiba Tetsuya Award in the Newcomers category, but was never published. In 2005, he won the 17th Ikkiman IKKI newcomers award and finally debuted with Somato (Kaleidoscope).

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I'll Give It My All...Tomorrow, Volume 4 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
daniel_H More than 1 year ago
I own the first 3 volumes of I'll Give It My All Tomorrow as physical copies, and decided that with shrinking bookshelf space I would go digital. The story continues the highs and lows of Shizuo Oguro's attempt at becoming a manga artist, and this volume goes hard at striking emotional chords. More so than the previous volumes. What's most important about a manga like this is that it strives to have the reader understand the complicated, interconnected experiences of an individuals life is important to take into account before judging their character. Also, it's what it is they're working towards and the part the play in seemingly random peoples lives that is most interesting, and telling of who they are inside. This volume specifically, drives the point home.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago