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Blue flag

"An unexpected love quadrangle with a dash of unrequited love as two classmates, a boy and a girl, begin to fall for each other when each of their same-sex best friends have already fallen for them... Toma gets seriously injured diving in front of a car to save Taichi, leaving Taichi racked with guilt over not just getting his best friend hurt, but also stealing his last chance at making the summer baseball tournament. Guilty and angry, the two boys clash in an emotionally raw argument. Futaba, worried about both of them, invites Taichi out in an attempt to cheer him up."--Provided by publisher.

Rated T+, for Older teen.|||adolescent

story and art by Kaito ; translation, Adrienne Beck ; lettering, Annaliese Christman.

"First published in Japan in 2017 by Shueisha Inc., Tokyo"--Colophon.

Reads from right to left.

Translation of Ao no flag. 3.

Parental advisory: "[R]ecommended for ages 16 and up for mature themes"--Colophon.

Translated from the Japanese.
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