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Game Center Arashi's Best Selection Compilation Book Includes First New Chapter in 35 Years

posted on by Kim Morrissy

Mitsuru Sugaya's classic comedy manga Game Center Arashi released the first volume of the "Game Center Arashi: Honō no Best Selection" (Game Center Arashi: Best Selection of Flames) compilation book on Tuesday. The book compiles various notable chapters selected by Sugaya. It will also include a new chapter, titled "Deppa Tai Kyonyū! Chōjikū Boshi Daikessen!" (Bucktooth vs huge breasts! The super-dimensional mother-son showdown!). This marks the first published chapter since the manga ended serialization in 1983.

The full list of chapters in the compilation book are as follows:

  • "Hissatsu! Tsurugi no Mai" (Knockout! Dance of Blade). Originally published in Coro Coro Comics Spring Special Issue, 1979.
  • "Ultra Special Getsumenchūgaeri" (Ultra special moonsault). Originally published in Coro Coro Comics Issue No. 16, August 1979 edition.
  • "Chō Higi: Honō no Koma Tanjō" (Special secret technique: Birth of the Fire Frame). Originally published in Coro Coro Comics Issue No. 21, January 1980 edition.
  • "Hisshō!! TV Game Jigoku" (Certain victory!! Video game hell). Originally published in Coro Coro Comics Issue No. 24, April 1980 edition.
  • "Deppa, Kiki Ippatsu" (Bucktooth, Close Call). Originally published in Coro Coro Comics Issue No. 26, June 1980 edition.
  • "Arashi Tai Ippeita, Namida No Taisen" (Arashi vs Ippeita, Showdown of Tears). Originally published in Coro Coro Comics No. 29, September 1980 edition.
  • "Chikyū wo Sukue" (Save the Earth). Originally published in Coro Coro Comics No. 31, November 1980 edition.
  • "Koi Nante Buttobase!" (I'll send love flying!). Originally published in Coro Coro Comics No. 32, December 1980 edition.
  • "Arashi Saidai no Jakuten wa!?" (Arashi's greatest weakness...?!). Originally published in Coro Coro Comics No. 34, February 1981 edition.
  • New chapter: "Deppa Tai Kyonyū! Chōjikū Boshi Daikessen!" (Bucktooth vs huge breasts! The super-dimensional mother-son showdown!)

Mitsuru Sugaya launched the Game Center Arashi manga in Shogakukan's Coro Coro Comics in 1978, and concluded the series in 1983. It was adapted into a television anime series in 1982. The story follows a young boy named Arashi Ishino who battles against various quirky opponents through arcade games.

Sources: Comic Natalie, Shogakukan


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