Shamo (manga)

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Alternative title:
Coq de Combat (French) 
Shamo: Gallo de pelea (Spanish) 
Shamo: nato per combattere (Italian) 
軍鶏 (Japanese) 
Objectionable content: Intense 
Plot Summary: Ryo Narushima was a genius and looked to have no trouble of getting into Tokyo University and joining the elite of society. However, that summer something cracked inside Ryo's head. With a small knife he brutally murdered both of his parents only leaving his sister alive. Called parent murder he goes through his life from now on. 
User Ratings: 31 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 6 votes (Eng:2, sub:2, others:2
1 German dubbed
1 German
 Excellent: 10 votes (sub:4, Eng:2, dub:1, others:3
1 French
1 German subtitled
1 Italian dubbed
 Very good: 6 votes (Eng:4, sub:1, others:1
1 French
 Good: 3 votes (Eng:2, dub:1)
 Decent: 1 vote (Eng:1)
 So-so: 5 votes (Eng:2, dub:2, ?:1)
 Not really good: -
 Weak: -
 Bad: -
 Awful: -
 Worst ever: -
Seen in part or in whole by 77 users, rank: #1023 (of 4810)
Median rating: Very good
Arithmetic mean: 8.065 (Very good), std. dev.: 1.6643, rank: #839 (of 4922)
Weighted mean: 7.967 (Very good), rank: #1188 (of 4922) (seen all: 8.93 / seen some: 7.59 / won't finish: 5.00)
Bayesian estimate: 7.947 (Very good), rank: #541 (of 2926)
Number of tankoubon: 25 
Number of pages: 220 
2003-01-24 (France) 
Release dates: We have 80
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Japanese staff
Japanese companies
Original story: Izô Hashimoto 
Art: Akio Tanaka 
Futabasha (Action Comics) 
Japanese cast
French staff
French cast
Élodie Lepelletier (Vol. 3-7) 
Sae Cibot (Vol. 1-2) 
Tetsuya Yano (Vol. 8-19) 

Nagy Véret (Vol. 8-12, 17-19) 
Tongklam (Vol. 1-6, 13-16) 
Lettering: Kristopher Decker 
French companies
Publisher: Akata/Delcourt 
Spanish cast
Spanish staff
Translation: Emilio Gallego Zambrano (Spain) 
Spanish companies
Publisher: Otakuland (Spain) 
Italian staff
Italian companies
Publisher: Planet Manga(Panini Comics) (Italian) 
Italian cast
German cast
German staff
Translation: Burkhard Höfler 
German companies
Publisher: Egmont Manga & Anime (Volume 1 - 19) 

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