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by Inui Sekihiko

Shuto Katsuragi is a superhero otaku.

Shuto Katsuragi is a superhero otaku.

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Sekihiko Inui (犬威赤彦, Inui Sekihiko, born March 26) is a Japanese manga artist. He is best known for Murder Princess and the manga adaptation of Comic Party, the latter which he drew upon his own experiences as a dōjinshi creator at Comiket. His most recent series, Ratman, ended in 2013. Comic Party (5 volumes. issuance of the final volume in March 2005, ISBN 4-840-230-137) MediaWorks. Murder Princess (2005年 10月, ISBN 4-8402-3160-5) メディアワークス PRINCESS Murder (2005 Mon 10, ISBN 4-8402-3160-5) MediaWorks.

Ratman (ラットマン, Rattoman) is a Japanese shōnen manga written and illustrated by Sekihiko Inui. The series follows the story of Shuto Katsuragi, a wanna be hero, who tries to save his friend, but ends up becoming the "villain" Ratman. Ratman was serialized in the Japanese magazine Shōnen Ace, published by Kadokawa Shoten from August 2007 to June 2013. Kadokawa Shoten compiled its chapters into twelve tankōbon bound volumes.

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Ratman - 64 chapter(s). Shooto then gets tricked by Jackal's leader Crea to become their supervillian, Ratman! Now the world's smallest hero will embark on his battle against heroes and villains alike!

Ratman - 64 chapter(s). Shooto then gets tricked by Jackal's leader Crea to become their supervillian, Ratman! Now the world's smallest hero will embark on his battle against heroes and villains alike! Chapter 60 : When it was depended on you + EPILOGUE.

Author(s):INUI Sekihiko. Alternative(s): RATMAN; Ratman - The smallest hero!?; الرجل الجرذ - أصغر الأبطال؟

Author(s):INUI Sekihiko. Alternative(s): RATMAN; Ratman - The smallest hero!?; الرجل الجرذ - أصغر الأبطال؟; Ratman - ฮีโร่พันธุ์จิ๋ว. Manga Summary: From Mixini Studios: Meet Shooto.

Shuto Katsurago wants to be a superhero but he is too young and too short, until he is tricked into participating in an evil experiment that gives him superpowers--but also binds him to a supervillain organization.
This Book is Great! Imagine if you will (Sorry for the twilight zone starter) you are a Boy how always dreamed of being a Super Hero, the problem is that you are to short(5'11"and a Quarter) and the only one how believes in you is your-self and the quiet Girl.

Now Imagine that you an the quiet girl are Kidnapped, and in need of a Hero but the only one to come looks like Space deputy (SGT. Frog), then gets bet down. He manages to free you and says "I will give you my Transformation Device so you can save the day!" as long as you sign and Thumb print a Contracted.

You do so an "Save to day!" only to find out that you were set up to become a Super Villain, by the Quiet Girls Sister and Evil master mine.

This is Like a Dokkoida!? Gone horrible wrong
The first volume of "Ratman" is a mixed bag. Good, solid art, but the story makes use of many superhero tropes. Having said that, there's potential here and I'm willing to try a second volume.
Though he might not technically be a hero, he still has the heart of one. I need to get the rest of them to finish the series.
I got the manga within the time it said it would come, and of course, it was what I wanted. Ratman is a great series and I am happy to finally own it. The book as a whole was in great shape.
A superhero story! Plenty of humour in this world that comes across as a pastiche of the American superhero. It's a corporate world protected by corporate-owned superheroes and 15yo Shuto wants to be a hero more than anything else. Only problem is he's short, not even 5 ft tall, and shrimpy. It took me about half the book to get into as I couldn't get comfortable with who the intended audience was supposed to be: it was funny and even cute at points feeling like a kids book but in no certain terms was it as the language was highly mature teenager-speak and while there is no sex, it is sexualized and up-skirt shots are common. At the half-way point, the plot actually set in and kind of grabbed me. I don't like the main character at this point, but the minions (called Jacky) are awesome). There is a theme running behind the scenes attempting to ask the question "just what is a hero really" which I hope becomes a bigger part of the plot. Will certainly move on to volume two hoping for more development.
Shuto Katsuragi comes into his supersuit by the means of a contract to save a girl, but those holding the girl are in on the contract to create their own superhero named Ratman. The device they give him enhances his muscles and makes the shrimp into a taller, cool looking costumed superhero in a time and place full of professional superheroes.

Ratman, due to his appearance and some comedic misunderstandings becomes hated by the community, despite the fact that Shuto has every intentions of being a good superhero. To add to this, the company has these henchmen that follow Ratman around called Jackies who basically look like Halloween costume skeletons.

Ratman is a rather funny manga with a fairly original superhero story, giving the superhero genre a nice Japanese spin to it, not unlike other Japanese superheroes like Ultraman or the Kamen Rider or one of those other superheroes. Ratman is more of a marriage between those types of superheroes and an American superhero.

Whether you're wanting to read a Japanese superhero, wanting some action, or wanting some comedy, Ratman delivers on all accounts and is one of my picks for Fall 2010. It has a good storyline, it's pretty well written and paced, the characters are interesting, the designs and artwork look great and not overly shonen. Well worth checking out.
Let me just start by saying this isn't a manga about a hero who helps the weak and breaks the strong. (As I thought it was when I began reading.) This is a manga about a middle school boy that wants to become a superhero like the ones that help around his country (Japan), thanks to advanced technology anyone can become a hero. The only problem is that he's too short to become a hero, and is always talked down on how he'll never become a hero. Heroes in this book have become corrupt by money and power (like many leaders).

Instead of becoming a hero, he is tricked by an outrageously horrible (at being evil) evil organization whose name is "Jackal" and is turned into a super-villain by a contract he signed. Really, in general the book will have its gags on how terrible the organization is at being at evil and stealthy for that matter; (the members break into a high security mansion by climbing the front gates). The humor couldn't be more cliche, ranging from random stupidity to bathroom encounters where the female is nude, but somehow it works.

Either way you see it, the manga is a good read, and very interesting to read. I recommend this manga to (obviously) otaku/manga fans. Its also a nice way to start getting into the genre of manga; my sister never liked reading this kind of stuff until she read this series. Highly Recommend.

-Random Humor kept me reading to see what happened next
-The stupidity of the "Jackal" corporation is just hilarious
-Great start for casual fans to get into this genre
-Great storyline for corruption on heroes

-Story is a bit cliched at times, but it isn't a major problem.
I just finished reading this, and it was great! Take one 4'11 (and 3/4") teenage superhero otaku , two girls, one evil? organization and a gaggle of hero/corporate spokespersons. Toss together and mix well. Oh, and one girl is sister to the head of the evil organization. The other - daughter of the head of the Hero Association. Hilarity ensues as Shuto larns that all that glitters is not gold, and that sometimes good guys wear black. I'm not going to spoil anything, but this series is definitely worth the read! It was very refreshing, the art is clean, the battles are easy to follow, and is definitely not an ordinary Hero story!
Ratman, Vol. 1 ebook
Inui Sekihiko
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