B.B. (manga)

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Shōnen Sunday featuring B.B.
(Bī Bī)
Genre Action
Written by Osamu Ishiwata
Published by Shogakukan
Demographic Shōnen
Magazine Weekly Shōnen Sunday
Original run 19851991
Volumes 31
Original video animation
Directed by Osamu Dezaki
Music by Yuuki Nakajima
Studio Magic Bus
Released April 25, 1990 April 25, 1991
Episodes 3
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B.B. (ビービー, Bī Bī) is a shōnen manga series written and illustrated by Osamu Ishiwata. The manga ran in the Shogakukan magazine Shōnen Sunday from 1985 issue 24 to 1991 issue 9. The title stands for "Burning Blood" and Ishiwata's subsequent serial LOVe was a continuation of this series. In 1989, B.B. won the Shogakukan Manga Award in the shōnen category.


One night after leaving a club where he was playing trumpet Ryō Takagi is jumped by a motorcycle gang. The scuffle spills out into the streets and causes a traffic accident. Because of this, Ryō is arrested and forced to do time. Upon his release, he has developed into a skilled boxer but trouble continues to find him.



It was adapted into a pachinko game by okamura under the title cr B.B. It was released on 1 April 2000.

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