2 : Kongming Uses A Stratagem
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Ya Boy Kongming! (Japanese: パリピ孔明, Hepburn: Paripi Kōmei, lit. "Kongming of the Party People") is a Japanese manga series written by Yuto Yotsuba and illustrated by Ryō Ogawa. The series was serialized in Kodansha's Comic Days website from December 2019 to November 2021 and later in Weekly Young Magazine. It has been collected in 12 tankōbon volumes as of January 2023. Set in the Shibuya special ward in Tokyo, the series centers on Zhuge Liang, who transported from ancient China to modern Japan, and uses military tactics to transform his new friend, Eiko Tsukimi, into a music star.
Many of the stratagems involve deception of some kind and may be used in changing minds, though of course the values of modern society act to moderate effective action. Having said this, where the alternative is harmful conflict, deception may be the best alternative.
Having not read the source material but watched the 2010 chinese show Three Kingdoms.I could see a repeat of kongming failing in the end with eiko and having to come to terms with his past.Id find that interesting atleast, not sure if this is the kind of happy show that takes a dark turn, but im definitely along for the ride !
Eiko is taken to be a rookie and they are further delayed due to equipment failure. But it is actually Kongming using his stratagem to fool people into believing that their equipment is malfunctioning. He approaches the members of the Jet Jacket and hands out drinks to the audience too.
HOMMA: The overall story told in the classic literary work The Romance of the Three Kingdoms is widely familiar in Japan due to the influence of manga and games. Throughout history, it was also apparently well-known through ukiyo-e woodblock prints from the Edo period. The manga thoroughly depicts Kongming's character and stratagems, so I took care to recreate those aspects faithfully. I also made sure to express things in a way that wouldn't feel off-putting or unpleasant from my own perspective, as someone who was really into popular interpretations of The Romance of the Three Kingdoms from my student years. 59ce067264