The Prince of Tennis, Vol. 8 by Takeshi Konomi
(v. 8)

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As far as winning strategies go, no effective game plan can be carried out without one essential factor--stamina. And when Seishun Academy's Eiji succumbs to exhaustion, their chances of securing the crucial win over St. Rudolph's fades with each drop of their hard-earned sweat. Then, Seishun's setback turns into an even more daunting situation when their team equalizer, Ryoma Echizen, treads unfamiliar ground in his match against the infamous lefty killer Yuta. With Yuta's impressive win-loss record of 16-0 against left-handers, Ryoma's in for one tricky match….

 

About Takeshi Konomi

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Takeshi Konomi exploded onto the manga scene with the incredible The Prince of Tennis. His refined art style and sleek character designs proved popular with Weekly Shonen Jump readers, and The Prince of Tennis became the number one sports manga in Japan almost overnight. Its cast of fascinating male tennis players attracted legions of female readers even though it was originally intended to be a boys' comic. The manga continues to be a success in Japan and has inspired a hit anime series, as well as several video games and mountains of merchandise.
 
Published June 18, 2012 by VIZ Media: SHONEN JUMP. 184 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Sports & Outdoors, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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