Soccer comics or soccer manga are football stories in the comic world. The following 7 football comics have a huge readership
The 8X generation will certainly never forget the legends of football comics that have come to legend like the ones below, surely our school-age will remember forever.
For the current youth, sitting and reading is sure to be rarely seen by the strong development of television and the internet, the current young people often watch live football or watch football movies adapted from stories into clips. From there it can be more vivid than the old days.
So which football comics have a lot of love from readers? Please take a look at the article below and find yourself a good series or a movie about football to be able to follow them all!
1. Captain Tsubasa
The main character of the series is a prodigy boy of Japanese football named Ōzora Tsubasa, over time, Tsubasa became the captain of the youth team and later the Japan National Football Team. The first Subasa manga series was serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine from 1981 to 1988 and later printed in 37 tankōbon volumes.
The series after being released to the public has been warmly received and created a craze for manga and anime with football.
The great football comic series that I would recommend to readers is Whistle. Whistle’s story is about a fierce ball-loving student, Kazamatshuri Sho and the way to fight to achieve his dream.
However, due to his small body shape and the level of nothing special, he only got into the 3rd team, along with the oppression and bullying of his seniors, so he realized he would never be able to play. The ball is here. It was this that prompted him to leave Musashinomori to transfer to another high school, Sakura Josui. It was from here that he found the exact place that could help him achieve his dream alongside great teammates.