5 favorite sports comics in the world

Comics is one of the indispensable spiritual dishes of young people and especially for those who have been sitting on the school chair.


In addition to football, basketball, baseball (the most popular sports in Japan), other subjects such as swimming, racing, table tennis,… are also getting a lot of attention from Youngers. Let’s take a look at 5 comic books as well as sports characters that are most attractive to readers. Most of these have been adapted into cartoons and are greatly appreciated.

1. Yowamushi Pedal (Bicycle racing)

The main character of the story is Sakamichi Onoda, a boy who has never been interested in cycling before. Fate brought Onoda to the bike and helped him become a great rider. The series also helps readers understand other aspects of strategy or tactics in cycling.

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2. Eyeshield 21 (Rugby)

One of the rare manga about rugby in Japan. The main character of the story is Sena, a boy with a weak, timid condition and always subjected to bullying of friends. However, ever since he accidentally joined the school’s soccer team, Sena’s talent has been discovered. He was awarded the number 21 shirt and became an indispensable star of the team.

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3. Diamond no Ace (Baseball)

Diamond no Ace is a popular comic book and cartoon series about baseball. The story is about Sawamura’s natural talents and efforts in baseball. This is a manga that is considered to be worth watching with fast-paced, interesting matches as well as humorous.

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4. One Outs (Baseball)

Unlike the rest of the series, One Outs (Final Match) is only really famous when it is adapted into an animation. The story begins with Hiromichi Kojima’s Okinawa training – the main batter of Lycaons, a weak team with an all-losing record. There, he discovered One Outs, a baseball betting game, and the One Outs champion was Tokuchi Toua. That meeting changed the fate of Tokuchi and the Lycaons, the story begins.

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5. Major (Baseball)

Honda Goro boy had a burning dream of following his father, attending the Leagues Major, Japan’s largest baseball tournament. The whole Manga series is stories from small leagues, to high school and club level of Honda. This series (adapted into a movie) does not focus much on baseball expertise but mainly on the psychological development of the little Honda boy. However, it is still highly appreciated by young people for its appeal.

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Football comics you should read before watching the Euro

Let’s have a look at the best comics series about football you should check out. The Manga series below more or less makes you eager for a while.


King sport is always a fascinating subject both in real life, in the movies and in the comic world. This is evidenced by the number of readers who reach out to support the series below.

Fantasista

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Fantasia was an extremely hot soccer comic series in Japan in the 1990s. Expressing the passion for football and the dream of international expansion of this country in the sport of kings. The story is rated to be quite good quality, can be compared with other popular sports manga. The main character in Fantasia is a boy on the path to conquering his passion. Children always want to improve themselves and enter the professional football arena.

Jindo

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The next series of good football comics is Jindo. Exploit quite funny narrative. Jindo story tells the life of Jindo (the main character of the series) and his tricks. Orphaned from a young age, Jindo lived with his father who was a street inventor (often his inventions were useless) with no qualifications or more like scams. When he was a child living in Japan, after finishing primary school, he went to China with his father and here Jindo studied KungFu. Jindo is not afraid of heaven or earth, like to do what it is. After he entered middle school JIndo attended Seiga Junior High School, where he started a series of frantic and exciting days around games, soccer and everyday life. On the first day of trouble with childhood friend Yura Kazuma.

Giant Killing

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Giant Killing is a fairly new sports comic series and is loved by young people, more attractive than any comic of the same genre. The story is about the sport of king, which is football. The story promises to bring great moments to the fans of this sport. Difficulties, frustrations, and frustrations seem to culminate when ETU (East Tokyo United) continues to lose the 5th game in a row, ranking last in the rankings, fans are discouraged, coaches are dismissed, player sold. At this moment the team can only blame the coach of the team. Then everything will go anywhere, what makes the attraction of the series so big in the hearts of Japanese readers.