Maniac Road

Maniac Road is a three-volume manga series by Shinsuke Kurihashi. It features the exploits of the Takezou Muto and the Kinushima sisters (Haruna, Aoba, and Isuzu) as they run the otaku shop Maniac Road. The series is set in the heart of Japan's electronic town, Akihabara. This area is well known for its concentration of otaku, or anime, manga and game fanatics.

The Japanese version originally appeared in Dengeki Daioh comics in Japan. The English version was originally published By ComicsOne, now out of business. It has since been picked up by DrMaster books.

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Maniac Road - Plot Summary - Volume 3
... Shinano became the main character in Manaic Road's sequel series, Pretty Maniacs ... on the accidental destruction of the Maniac Road shop by fire, which had originated in an adjacent ramen shop ... the final panel reveals the opening of the new Maniac Road ...

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