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Book 3. Book 4. Book 5. Book 6. Skip this list. Ratings and Book Reviews 0 4 star ratings 0 reviews. Overall rating 4. Dreams and Reality is the first chapter of the Bakuman Manga. His uncle comments that Mashiro would make a good artist or designer when he grows up. The story really begins with a now 14 year old Mashiro Moritaka, an average Junior High student, walking to school.
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During his walk Mashiro says that he does not have a clue as to what he's going to do with his life; often replying to adults or teachers questions like; "What do you want to be when you grow up? He'll just go to a good High School, go to a good University and get a normal office job even if he didn't want to.
Upon returning home that day he is greeted by his mother and heads to his room.
Once in his room, he starts studying for the exams for the following day; Japanese and Math, he opens his school bag only to find out that his math notebook isn't there. He then remembers he left it at school and, although he says he didn't need it to study, he returns to school to get it because he didn't want anyone to see it.
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He enters his classroom and is then surprised to see Akito Takagi , a classmate of his still in the classroom. Curious, Mashiro asks him what he was still doing in school when there were exams the following day, to which Takagi replies wordlessly by holding up Mashiro's math notebook, the notebook where he sketched Azuki.
This worries Mashiro a bit; making him think Takagi found out about his crush on Azuki. Noticing Mashiro's worried look, Takagi says he didn't have to be so serious, he even jokingly asked Mashiro whether his notebook was a Death Note or not. Mashiro asks him what he's doing with his notebook and Takagi replies that since he sat in the very back of class, he saw Mashiro leave it, so when everyone else left he took it and figured Mashiro would come back for it, so he waited for him.
Takagi then opens the notebook to Mashiro's sketch of Azuki, complementing him about his drawings.
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He the starts listing off some facts about Azuki like; although she was cute and quiet and didn't quite stand out she was the hottest girl in school. Curious as to what he was still doing in school when there are exams that he should be preparing for, Mashiro asks him, to which Takagi replies wordlessly by holding up Mashiro's math notebook, the notebook where he sketched Azuki. Mashiro asks him what he's doing with his notebook and Takagi replies that since he "sat in the back", he saw Mashiro leave it, so when everyone else left he took it and figured Mashiro would come back for it, so he waited for him.
Takagi then says that he thought Azuki liked him back, greatly surprising Mashiro. He starts protesting saying that he has never even talked to Azuki, he also wonders how Takagi would know such a thing. Takagi replies plainly that it was because he "sat in the back". Seeing Mashiro's annoyed expression, Takagi then says that if he didn't think so maybe he was wrong about Azuki liking Mashiro back. Takagi says he will give Mashiro back his notebook and he wouldn't tell anyone what was inside on one condition. Knowing Takagi had a condition Mashiro asks him what he wanted.
Before Takagi could state his condition, Mashiro begins to think that he wanted him to stay away from Azuki which Mashiro apparently had no problem doing since he couldn't ask her out anyway. Takagi then suddenly asks Mashiro to write a manga with him. Takagi explains that he has always loved manga and dreamed of becoming a mangaka , adding that he's thought about it and he needed Mashiro's drawings.
Mashiro becomes quite surprised; finding it hard to believe that the guy with the highest grades, not only in his school but possibly in the entire country, dreamed to be a mangaka. Takagi explains that he wants to rich and famous and since he didn't have the looks or the voice to be a singer and he wasn't really good at sports, he would become a mangaka since he was good at writing anyway. Mashiro concludes that Takagi would use his award-winning literary skills to write the stories and he would draw the pictures.
Although saying it was interesting, Mashiro declines; saying he liked manga, but only to read. Mashiro states that Takagi wouldn't become a mangaka; explaining that the only ones who become mangakas were those with talent, the true geniuses and that the rest were just gamblers. He further explains that mangakas are people who could live off making manga's for the rest of their lives. And if he was somehow able to get his manga in a weekly magazine, it would be ranked weekly by readers and if it didn't do well he would be out in ten days.
Mashiro continues saying that if you make enough to live off it after a few tries then you'd be considered a mangaka otherwise your just a gambler. Takagi is surprised that Mashiro knows so much about manga and asks if someone told Mashiro all of this. Mashiro assures himself that Takagi wasn't one to brag and says that his uncle was a manga or rather a gambler.
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