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Firefighter! Daigo of Fire Company M
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Volume 16 of Firefighter! Daigo of Fire Company M
め組の大吾
(Megumi no Daigo)
Genre Action, Adventure
Manga
Author Masahito Soda
Publisher Japan Shogakukan
English publisher United States Viz Media
Demographic Shōnen
Magazine Japan Shōnen Sunday
Original run 19951999
Volumes 20
Anime film
Megumi no Daigo
Director Susumu Nishizawa
Studio Sunrise
Released 1999-07-27
Runtime 45 minutes
TV drama
Fire Boys (Megumi no Daigo)
Director Go Shichitaka, Take Narita, Hirosuke Mitake, Taro Kinoshita, Osamu Yonekawa, Ryouichi Tanaka
Network Fuji TV
Original run 2004-01-062004-03-16
Episodes 11
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Firefighter! Daigo of Fire Company M (め組の大吾 Megumi no Daigo ?) is a shōnen manga by Masahito Soda. The manga has been released in its entirety by Viz Media in the United States. In 1997, it received the Shogakukan Manga Award for shōnen.[1]

Contents

Plot

As a child Daigo Asahina's life was saved by a fireman. He grew up and never forgot the brave, nameless man who rescued and inspired him to become a firefighter himself. Now as a firefighter in training at Medaka-Ga-Hama Fire Station in Sengoku City, Daigo must grow up quickly, learn the ropes, and find out if he truly has what it takes to become a heroic fireman.

Characters

Daigo Asahina
The protagonist of the story, he is an eighteen year old fool who thinks he knows everything about fighting fires on the first day of work.
Capt. Gomi
The captain of Fire Company M whose easy-going attitude is initially off-putting to the overzealous Daigo.
Ms. Ochiai
Daigo's high school teacher who continues to offer encouragement even though he is no longer her student. She treats him as though he is her little brother, though Daigo has feelings for her.
Shiro Amakasu
Daigo's serious-minded rival at Kujiradai Fire Station, one of the busiest stations in the area.

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