|CID:||539||Subscriptions:||208||Readers this Week:||40|
|Genres:||Action-Adventure, Anime, Drama, Gaming, Romance, Science Fiction|
|Description*:||Piro (learned Japanese for girl's manga) and Largo (who doesn't understand why he can't understand) have mistakenly arrived in Tokyo and have no money to get home. Tokyo as we all know is routinely attacked by godzilla, zombies and other menaces while computer companies, fanboys, ninjas and a couple of show-biz girls (who are interested in Piro and Largo) vie for attention.|
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|Flags:||A Adult Situations|
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|Entry Added:||Thu, Mar 8, 2001|
|Entry Modified:||Tue, Nov 29, 2016|
Reviews: 1 Average Rating:
By far my favorite, it has everything
It started as a one-shot-episode comic, and was very funny as it told how Piro and Largo came to be stuck in Japan. But when Rodney, the co-writer, dropped out, it took on a new and dynamic form. The characters developed, romances emerged, and it stays quirky enough that you can never forget its roots. Where else could godzilla and zombies flawlessly fill the gaps behind the awkward romances of clueless Americans? One of only three comics I am giving 5 stars