Manga Mavericks Ep 67: Stealth Symphony


On this episode of Manga Mavericks, while Lum is away, Colton (despite the undisclosed amount of food he had during Thanksgiving) manages to record with good friend and frequent contributor, Maxy Barnard, as they both take a look at Ryohgo Narita & Yoichi Amano’s Stealth Symphony, as apart of their ongoing series of cancelled Shonen Jump manga podcasts! Colton is floored by some of Narita’s twists and curve balls revealed in the back half of the story, while Maxy struggles to figure out whether one mediocre story arc determines his overall enjoyment of the series or not, just as it may have with readers back in the day. Stealth Symphony is quite the wild ride, so Colton and Maxy talk about everything they can about what might be the most dense, short-lived Jump manga ever made! Enjoy!


0:00:00 – Intro

0:03:14 – Discussion: Stealth Symphony

  • 0:05:04 – Background (Release, Ryohgo Narita, Yoichi Amano)
  • 0:11:30 – Synopsis/Review
  • 1:08:28 – Overall Ratings/Would We Recommend?
  • 1:11:45 – Where To Read Stealth Symphony

1:20:32 – Wrap Up

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