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Reviews for Real, Volume 3

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The average rating for Real, Volume 3 based on 2 reviews is 4 stars.has a rating of 4 stars

Review # 1 was written on 2019-09-23 00:00:00
2009was given a rating of 4 stars Yaro Tsave
Real, Vol. 3 continues where the previous tankōbon left off and collects the next six chapters (13-18) of the ongoing manga series. Tomomi Nomiya goes sees Yamashita Yasumi, the girl he paralyzed in the accident, in Nagano. When he arrived, he was too scared to confront her that he spies on her and witness the pains and struggles she had to goes through to live, because of him. A doctor suggested that he move on and swallow the guilt that he carries, because he wouldn't find his heavy burden of surviving intact from being lifted from her - even if she does forgives him. Starting anew, he shaves his head and first on his list on redemption is to visit Hisanobu Takahashi in the hospital - only to find out that he is paralyzed and screwing up in the process. Kiyoharu Togawa relates that the Tigers lost to the Dreams by the score of 41-54, but the loss had merit, because for the first time - the Tigers wanted to win, despite if the world accepts them or not. Togawa still practices with Nomiya, but wasn't particularly surprised when the team showed up so they could practice together and to get on the same level as Kiyoharu. Hisanobu Takahashi is still in the hospital paralyzed and has recently started rehabilitation. He's going through the anger stage of acceptance as he drives everyone away who visits him from his friends, girlfriend, father, and Tomomi Nomiya. He endures the humiliation of being bathed and even tries to kill himself, but going though the hospital window and stabbing himself in the legs fourteen times - just to feel something. He still sees the world by image and popularity and his stock has significantly plummeted. This tankōbon is written and illustrated by Takehiko Inoue. It continues the story of three hurt souls trying to find their place in the world. The main focus is on the rehabilitation of Tomomi Nomiya and through the tankōbon of anger - he sees a glimmer of hope in seeing his first basketball coach as a kid as he celebrates his eighteenth birthday alone. It is interesting that he grades everyone on how one looks on the outside and their popularity and treats them accordingly - a habit he has yet to break. All in all, Real, Vol. 3 is a wonderful continuation to a series that seems intriguing and I cannot wait to read more.
Review # 2 was written on 2019-07-27 00:00:00
2009was given a rating of 4 stars Sam Muzny
Nomiya makes the journey to Nagano and realises some home truths....gets a haircut..... Takahashi is in a really grim place mentally. Can anyone help him? Not much sporty action in this one but plenty of intensity.


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