9781421591131

Kuroko's Basketball 17 & 18

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  • ISBN13:

    9781421591131

  • ISBN10:

    1421591138

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2017-12-05
  • Publisher: Viz

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Summary

Seirin High’s greatest basketball superstar was the one no one literally saw coming—the invisible Kuroko!

Tetsuya Kuroko doesn’t stand out much. In fact, he’s so plain that people hardly ever notice when he’s around. Though he’s just as unremarkable on the basketball court, that’s where his plainness gives him an unexpected edge—one that lets him execute awesome moves without others noticing!

In the quarterfinal match of the Winter Cup, Seirin is up against Yosen, which has won its last two games by completely shutting down its opponents. Can Kuroko and company come up with an attack strategy to smash through Yosen’s defense?! And can Kagami really win against his “big brother” from America, Himuro?! It’s time for the tip-off!

Author Biography

Tadatoshi Fujimaki was born on June 9, 1982, in Tokyo. He made his debut in 2007 in Akamaru Jump with Kuroko's Basketball, which was later serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump. Kuroko's Basketball quickly gained popularity and became an anime in Japan in 2012.

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