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One OutsEdit

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One Outs
[1]

Cover of One Outs vol. 1

ワンナウツ

(Wannautsu)

Genre Sports
Manga
Written by Shinobu Kaitani
Published by Shueisha
Demographic Seinen
Magazine Business Jump
Original run 1998 – 2006
Volumes 19
TV anime
Directed by Yuzo Sato
Studio Madhouse
Network NTV
Original run October 7, 2008 – March 31, 2009
Episodes 25
Anime and Manga Portal

One Outs (ワンナウツ Wannautsu?) is a Japanese baseball manga series by Shinobu Kaitani originally serialized in the seinen manga magazine Business Jump from 1998 to 2006. It was relaunched in Business Jump on October 1, 2008.[1] An anime adaptation by Madhouse began airing on October 7, 2008.[2][3]

ContentsEdit

[hide]*1 Plot

[edit] PlotEdit

Hiromichi Kojima, the star batter of the Lycaons, heads to Okinawa to train and bring himself out of a slump. There, he meets Toua Tokuchi, a 134 km/h (83 mph) pitcher and the undisputed king of a gambling form of baseball called "One Outs". At Kojima's urging, Tokuchi signs up with the Lycaons. His contract, the 'One Outs contract', differs from the usual, though, in that he gets 5,000,000 yen for every out he pitches, but loses 50,000,000 yen for every run he gives up.

[edit] CharactersEdit

[edit] Primary charactersEdit

Toua Tokuchi (渡久地 東亜 Tokuchi Tōa?)
Voiced by: Masato Hagiwara
Toua is a successful gambler and a pitcher in the game called "One Outs". After losing a game of One Outs for the first time ever to Kojima, he joins the Lycaons with an odd contract, the One Outs contract, that decides Toua's pay based on his performance. As the Lycaons' famed star pitcher, he can pitch entire games without giving up a single hit.
Hiromichi Kojima (児島 弘道 Kojima Hiromichi?)
Voiced by: Tsutomu Isobe
Kojima is the cleanup batter for the professional baseball team, Saikyou Saitama Lycaons. He is defeated by Toua during his time at the training camp after challenging Toua to avenge his relief pitcher, Nakane. After his defeat, he goes into the forest to train himself mentally against Toua but as he trained he injured his wrist. Even with the injury, he decides to challenges Toua to a rematch with the bet that if he wins, he would take Toua's hand. With the One Outs game ending in a do or die pitch, Kojima resolves that he couldn't lose, getting in the way of the ball and making the pitch count as a deadball. He wins the match because of this, albeit not without contention. Toua admits defeat and Kojima makes Toua join the Lycaons, effectively taking Toua's hand and disabling him from gambling ever again in a One Outs game.

[edit] Other charactersEdit

Tsuneo Saikawa (彩川 恒雄 Saikawa Tsuneo?)
Voiced by: Kenji Utsumi
The owner of the Saikyou Saitama Lycaons team. He is more interested in gaining money than getting the Lycaons to win. He forms the One Outs contract with Toua Tokuchi.
Yuuzaburou Mihara (三原 雄三郎 Mihara Yuuzaburou?)
The manager of the Saikyou Saitama Lycaons; Obediently obeys every order given to him by the owner until anime episode 15. In episode 15 he is likened to a dog for his unwavering obedience to the owner.
Satoshi Ideguchi (出口 智志 Ideguchi Satoshi?)
Voiced by: Kappei Yamaguchi
He is the catcher of the Saikyou Saitama Lycaons and he also notices Toua's talents as he catches Toua's pitches.
Jun'ichi Kawanaka (河中 純一 Kawanaka Jun'ichi?)
Voiced by: Takuma Terashima
The Fingers' starting pitcher and the Rookie of Year for the year before. He also notices how terrifying Toua is when he pitches, he urges the team to try and take a hit, but the result is still the same and his team loses the match.

The Chiba Mariners

The strongest team in Japan for the last 3 years. This team goes against the Lycaons with 3 consecutive games, with their strongest cleanup crew comprising Takami Itsuki, Thomas and Brooklyn.
Itsuki Takami (高見 樹 Takami Itsuki?)
Voiced by: Masaya Matsukaze
One of the cleanup batters in the team "Chiba Mariners", he is known to be a prodigy in baseball and his eyes have the best in motion vision in the baseball world. He is the best player in the team and is able to think of counters against Tokuchi's fastballs, until he is outwitted and his team loses.

[edit] MusicEdit

Opening Song
"Bury" by Pay money To my Pain
Ending Song
"Moment" by Tribal Chair

One OutsEdit

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

One Outs

[2] Cover of One Outs vol. 1

ワンナウツ (Wannautsu)

Genre

Sports

Manga

Written by

Shinobu Kaitani

Published by

Shueisha

Demographic

Seinen

Magazine

Business Jump

Original run

1998 – 2006

Volumes

19

TV anime

Directed by

Yuzo Sato

Studio

Madhouse

Network

NTV

Original run

October 7, 2008 – March 31, 2009

Episodes

25

Anime and Manga Portal

One Outs (ワンナウツ Wannautsu?) is a Japanese baseball manga series by Shinobu Kaitani originally serialized in the seinen manga magazine Business Jump from 1998 to 2006. It was relaunched in Business Jump on October 1, 2008.[1] An anime adaptation by Madhouse began airing on October 7, 2008.[2][3]

ContentsEdit

[hide]

[edit] PlotEdit

Hiromichi Kojima, the star batter of the Lycaons, heads to Okinawa to train and bring himself out of a slump. There, he meets Toua Tokuchi, a 134 km/h (83 mph) pitcher and the undisputed king of a gambling form of baseball called "One Outs". At Kojima's urging, Tokuchi signs up with the Lycaons. His contract, the 'One Outs contract', differs from the usual, though, in that he gets 5,000,000 yen for every out he pitches, but loses 50,000,000 yen for every run he gives up.

[edit] CharactersEdit

[edit] Primary charactersEdit

Toua Tokuchi (渡久地 東亜 Tokuchi Tōa?)

Voiced by: Masato Hagiwara

Toua is a successful gambler and a pitcher in the game called "One Outs". After losing a game of One Outs for the first time ever to Kojima, he joins the Lycaons with an odd contract, the One Outs contract, that decides Toua's pay based on his performance. As the Lycaons' famed star pitcher, he can pitch entire games without giving up a single hit.

Hiromichi Kojima (児島 弘道 Kojima Hiromichi?)

Voiced by: Tsutomu Isobe

Kojima is the cleanup batter for the professional baseball team, Saikyou Saitama Lycaons. He is defeated by Toua during his time at the training camp after challenging Toua to avenge his relief pitcher, Nakane. After his defeat, he goes into the forest to train himself mentally against Toua but as he trained he injured his wrist. Even with the injury, he decides to challenges Toua to a rematch with the bet that if he wins, he would take Toua's hand. With the One Outs game ending in a do or die pitch, Kojima resolves that he couldn't lose, getting in the way of the ball and making the pitch count as a deadball. He wins the match because of this, albeit not without contention. Toua admits defeat and Kojima makes Toua join the Lycaons, effectively taking Toua's hand and disabling him from gambling ever again in a One Outs game.

[edit] Other charactersEdit

Tsuneo Saikawa (彩川 恒雄 Saikawa Tsuneo?)

Voiced by: Kenji Utsumi

The owner of the Saikyou Saitama Lycaons team. He is more interested in gaining money than getting the Lycaons to win. He forms the One Outs contract with Toua Tokuchi.

Yuuzaburou Mihara (三原 雄三郎 Mihara Yuuzaburou?)

The manager of the Saikyou Saitama Lycaons; Obediently obeys every order given to him by the owner until anime episode 15. In episode 15 he is likened to a dog for his unwavering obedience to the owner.

Satoshi Ideguchi (出口 智志 Ideguchi Satoshi?)

Voiced by: Kappei Yamaguchi

He is the catcher of the Saikyou Saitama Lycaons and he also notices Toua's talents as he catches Toua's pitches.

Jun'ichi Kawanaka (河中 純一 Kawanaka Jun'ichi?)

Voiced by: Takuma Terashima

The Fingers' starting pitcher and the Rookie of Year for the year before. He also notices how terrifying Toua is when he pitches, he urges the team to try and take a hit, but the result is still the same and his team loses the match.

The Chiba Mariners

The strongest team in Japan for the last 3 years. This team goes against the Lycaons with 3 consecutive games, with their strongest cleanup crew comprising Takami Itsuki, Thomas and Brooklyn.

Itsuki Takami (高見 樹 Takami Itsuki?)

Voiced by: Masaya Matsukaze

One of the cleanup batters in the team "Chiba Mariners", he is known to be a prodigy in baseball and his eyes have the best in motion vision in the baseball world. He is the best player in the team and is able to think of counters against Tokuchi's fastballs, until he is outwitted and his team loses.

[edit] MusicEdit

Opening Song

"Bury" by Pay money To my Pain

Ending Song

"Moment" by Tribal Chair

[edit] EpisodesEdit

#

Title

Original air date

1

=="The Mysterious Man"' "Mayo no Otoko" '(迷の男)' ==

October 7, 2008

Kojima is in his last year in the major league and has never won a championship. He and a few teammates go on a training camp to practice. Their only pitcher injures his finger and can no longer pitch to Kojima. The remaining teammates feel bad and begin to search for a new pitcher quickly. Who they find and where they find this new pitcher is not where they had expected.

2

"Gambler"' "Shoubushi" '(勝負師)'

October 14, 2008

3

"One-Outs Contract"' "Wannautsu keiyaku" '(ワンナウツ契約)'

October 21, 2008

4

"The Qualification of Nine"' "Nain no shikaku" '(ナインの資格)'

October 28, 2008

5

"Hope"' "Kibou" '(希望)'

November 4, 2008

6

"Low Spinning Ball"' "Teikaiten sutoreeto (straight)" '(低回転ストレート)'

November 11, 2008

7

"Trick and Trap"' "Trick and Trap"

November 18, 2008

8

"Foul Play"' "Hansoku kassen" '(反則合戦)'

November 25, 2008

9

"Settlement"' "Kecchaku" '(決着)'

December 2, 2008

10

"Strategist VS. Gambler"' "Kishou VS Shoubushi" '(知将VS勝負師)'

December 9, 2008

11

"The World's Fastest Man"' "Sekaisaikou no Otoko" '(世界最速の男)'

December 16, 2008

12

"Invincible Pitching Style"' "Hissatsu Tou Hou" '(必殺投法)'

December 23, 2008

13

"Sealed Legs"' "Fuuin Sareta Ashi" '(封印された足)'

January 6, 2009

14

"9-Person Infield"' "9 Nin Naiya" '(9人内野)'

January 13, 2009

15

"1 Player Infield"' "1 Nin Naiya" '(1人内野)'

January 20, 2009

Game 3 in a 3 game series between the Lycaons and the Bugaboos has entered extra innings with the score tied 0-0. Tokuchi uses the manager Mihara Yuuzaburou's desire to win this game to break the owner's hold over the manager. With the manager no longer obeying every order that is given to him by the owner, Tokuchi is free to pitch the remainder of the game against the order of the owner. Tokuchi uses the rest of the game to break down every aspect of Johnson's game showing that nothing about him is to be feared, not his batting ability or his speed. The Lycaons go on to win the game 1-0 thus winning the series against the Bugaboos, 2-1.

16

"Trick Stadium"' "Torikku Sutajiamu" '(トリック スタジアム)'

January 27, 2009

17

"The Deceiving Knuckleball"' "Inchi Kinakkuru" '(インチキナックル)'

February 3, 2009

18

"Stolen Sign"' "Nusuma Reta Sain" '(盗まれたサイン)'

February 10, 2009

19

"Shady Signal"' "Yami Shingou" '(ヤミ信号)'

February 17, 2009

20

"Ridicule"' "Honrou" '(翻弄)'

February 25, 2009

21

"Disclosure"' "Rouei" '(漏洩)'

March 3, 2009

22

"Wiretapped"' "Touchou" '(盗聴)'

March 10, 2009

23

"Capture"' "Koryaku" '(攻略)'

March 17, 2009

24

"Conspiracy"' "Inbou" '(陰謀)'

March 24, 2009

25

"Beyond the Triumph..."' "Shouri no Sakini..." '(勝利の先に...)'

March 31, 2009

The other team's attempt to sabotage Tokuchi is turned against them when Tokuchi and Ideguchi place the planted evidence on the batter instead. Forced to kneel down and apologize to Tokuchi to avoid exposing the team's cheating, the Lycaons are able to continue and win the game. However, the victory is just another step to achieve Kojima and the Lycaons' goal to win the championship.

[edit] ReferencesEdit

1. ^ One Outs manga to relaunch in October, Anime News Network

2. ^ One Outs TV anime announced at AnimeNation.

3. ^ One Outs baseball manga to get TV anime this October at Anime News Network

[edit] External linksEdit

Categories: Manga series | Anime series | Anime of 2008 | Manga of 1998 | Baseball anime and manga | Seinen manga

[edit] ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ One Outs manga to relaunch in October, Anime News Network
  2. ^ One Outs TV anime announced at AnimeNation.
  3. ^ One Outs baseball manga to get TV anime this October at Anime News Network

[edit] External linksEdit

Categories: Manga series | Anime series | Anime of 2008 | Manga of 1998 | Baseball anime and manga | Seinen manga

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