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Title(s): D-Live!
D-Live!!
ドライブ!!
D-live
Author(s): Minagawa Ryoji
Artist(s): MINAGAWA Ryoji
Genres: Action, Adventure, Shounen
Start Date: 2002
Status: Ongoing
Summary:
Ordinary high school student Satoru Ikaruga, while he doesn't look like it, happens to be a genius vehicle user, kinda like a MacGyver of vehicles. And he's extremely good with all vehicles like jet skis, trucks, fighter planes and helicopters. If you can name the vehicle, he knows how to work it. Ikaruga works as a vehicle expert for a multinational specialist organization called the Almighty Support Enterprises (ASE) while trying to maintain his high school life as much as possible.
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Fast paced!
Written by Gayford on February 7, 2012 at 9:13 AM
Overall Rating
Excellent
Story: 5
Dialogue: 5
Animation: 5
Entertainment: 5
Adrenalin pumping through my veins at this read it keeps me jammed in focused on the next page. I can't drop it it's that good!
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