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I'll Give It My All...Tomorrow Vol. 2: I'll Give It My All...Tomorrow, Volume 2

I'll Give It My All...Tomorrow Volume 2

I'll Give It My All...Tomorrow, Volume 2
Throughout his heretofore unimpressive existence, Shizuo Oguro adopted several different--yet all equally mediocre--personas: phenomenally unintimidating street punk, materialistic yet talentless folk musician, nondescript office worker, and forty-something burger joint employee. Can Shizuo, a man with an unblemished track record for failure, eventually channel his life experiences into a publishable work that will shake the manga industry to its very core, or will he continue to feel the cruel sting of rejection time and time again?
Shunju Aono
206 Pages
$8.99

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I'll Give It My All...Tomorrow Vol. 3: I'll Give It My All...Tomorrow, Volume 3

I'll Give It My All...Tomorrow, Volume 3

I'll Give It My All...Tomorrow Vol. 3

Shizuo's in trouble. At least, his father is convinced he is. In his ongoing campaign to convince his layabout, forty-something progeny to finally get his act together, Shizuo's father suggests a new approach: maybe Shizuo should just treat manga as a hobby and do something else--anything else--so as to look like less of a reject to both his family and society at large. Can Shizuo's burning desire to create manga triumph over his seemingly bottomless capacity for self-doubt and existential angst? Then again, maybe if Shizuo just comes up with a catchy pen name, everything will be golden and he'll quickly find himself on the merry road to publication. Right?
202 Pages
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