Adolf ni Tsugu

This is a story about three Adolfs. Sohei Toge, a Japanese reporter for 1936 Berlin Olympics was surprised that his younger brother, an international student in Germany, was mysteriously murdered right after informing him about an important document. To add more confusion to his sadness, all information regarding his younger brother as a student in Germany have been erased systematically, as if he never existed. Meanwhile in Japan, a half-German, half-Japanese boy named Adolf Kauffmann and his best friend, a Jewish-German boy named Adolf Kamil, were accidentally involved in this incident. Their lives and fates are now inevitably interwoven around the biggest secret of the third Adolf—Adolf Hitler.

(Source: ANN)

Títulos Alternativos

  • Título Romaji:Adolf ni Tsugu
  • Ingles:Message to Adolf
  • Japonés:アドルフに告ぐ
  • Sinónimo:Tell Adolf, Aufruf an Adolf, L'Histoire des 3 Adolf, Storia dei tre Adolf, The Stories of Three Adolfs

Información del Manga

  • Tipo:Manga
  • Volumenes:4
  • Capitulos:36
  • Estado:Finished
  • Inicio:29/12/1982
  • Fin:23/05/1985
  • Géneros:Drama
  • Serialización:Shuukan Bunshun

Datos Curiosos

Adolf ni Tsugu was first published in English as Adolf by Cadence Books and VIZ Media from March 22, 1996 to February 22, 1997. Vertical Inc. republished the series as Message to Adolf in 2 omnibus volumes from August 28, 2012 to December 18, 2012. The series has been published in Brazil by Conrad Editora, in France by Tonkam, in Germany by Carlsen Verlag, in Italy by Hazard, in Spain by Planeta DeAgostini, in Netherlands by Xtra, and in Poland by Waneko.