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Posted 4/4/14

Silver Spoon/Gin no Saji


http://myanimelist.net/manga/25096/Gin_no_Saji


Synopsis

Yugo Hachiken dreams of life separated from his family, so he takes the initiative by enrolling in an agriculture school. He thinks, with his talent in studying, no problems will arise no matter what kind of school he attends. He is proven wrong very quickly. Raised as a city boy, he is forced to uncover the inconvenient truth about agricultural life. Enjoy the story of Hachiken, as he tries to keep up with his new friends, farmers' heirs, who are already accustomed to the harsh world of farming. With no clear goals or understanding of farming life, how will Hachiken survive this new, cruel reality? The story of a sweat, tear, and mud-stained youth begins!
From: Chronowarp

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Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Ongoing
Published: Mar 30, 2011 to ?
Genres: Comedy, School, Slice of Life
Authors: Arakawa, Hiromu (Story & Art)
Serialization: Shounen Sunday (Weekly)
Publisher: Shogakukan



The odds of Silver Spoon getting another season are pretty small, and there is obviously a lot story left to tell, so if you want to talk about Haki, Mikage, and Komba, this is going to be the place. The story is really hitting it's stride right now, between the blossoming romance and Hachiken finally deciding what he wants to do. If you liked the anime, you can pick it up around chapter 76


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I was given to understand, that the anime had pretty much caught up with the manga, so I do have hope for another series, at some point in
the future. I feel this series really deserves another season.
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cosham wrote:

I was given to understand, that the anime had pretty much caught up with the manga, so I do have hope for another series, at some point in
the future. I feel this series really deserves another season.


There is about 20 translated chapters from where the anime left off. It was something of a minor miracle that Silver Spoon got a second season. As much as I would like to see it happen, sales don't indicate that it is likely to get another one.
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Posted 4/8/14
I hope someone releases the manga over here. Not sure what the chances of that happening are though.
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Posted 5/6/14
Nice to see everything coming together for Hachiken. This sequence was hilarious.

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Posted 5/6/14
Silver Spoon reaches 100th chapter!

I predict they might date in the future but not sure exactly when. I remember when the anime was airing and Mikage's dad threw a big fit about his daughter's relationships lol
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Posted 10/22/14
I don't know about you guys, but I might check out this series. It's not like I'm going to expect to be like Fullmetal Alchemist or anything.
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Posted 10/23/14 , edited 10/23/14

KurtIrving wrote:

I don't know about you guys, but I might check out this series. It's not like I'm going to expect to be like Fullmetal Alchemist or anything.


Even though it may not be FMA, I think it still is great on it's own.
It's a shame no one's providing any english scans ::( They're far behind.
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I really wish that they will publish it over here in the US. This is such a good series and I would love to start collecting it.
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I have to agree. Arukawa shows that she can handle themes other than the fantasy-adventure themes we know from FMA and Heroic Legend of Arslan (which is actually written by someone else, but she drew it). I think that it deserves at least some more exposure given that its got a more "down to Earth" feel to it, with some of the same type of humor that the author brought to her other stories.
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