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I'm not sure about that. I have the impression that Oikawa is acting like that on purpose so as to annoy Kagayama. If the setter cannot keep his calm then it will have an effect on his performance.
Spoiler Pics o chapter 51: http://juinjutsuteam.forumcommunity.net/?t=53772149
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Anybody else get the feeling they are going to lose to Aobajousai? I kinda feel like Furudate may have the senior lose their last tournament then have the team return triumphantly in the Spring tournament. Probably not, but it seems like a shame to have the Grand King lost as a villain before chapter 60. Though he is a third-year correct? That may destroy my theory right there lol
Back to topic, I believe it will be very hard. I could see them winning too but failing is far from being out of the question either. I'm happy though, that's the best thing we as a reader could wish for. Too often the outcome is way too predictable but here I could barely guess the outcome of the game.
So yeah, I really don't know. I feel like with Furudate we shouldn't rely too much on the usual shonen cliches and tropes, at least I feel that he, as an author, has the quality to do things you won't expect.
Three additional pages were added for chapter 40 in the volume 5 release that were originally not inluded in the Weekly Shonen Jump verson of the chapter.
Also Hinata has a little sister in the Haikyuu!! novel.
Last edited by Zeromcd; March 07, 2013 at 08:56 AM. Reason: ~~grammar~~
I think that people are missing something here. Tsukishima scored a point and Kageyama complimented him, Hinata scored eyes opened a point even though they thought that he would act as a decoy, Tanaka scored a point...
Oikawa is very talented but he is arrogant and I think the difference lies within what's happening around the setter. Kageyama is at this moment the setter who has the reasons to become angry because nearly nothing works for him at this moment. Kageyama is keeping his cool because his teammates assured him that everything will turn out good.
Let's wait and see because I believe that Tanaka, Tsukihima, Hinata, Nishi, Asahi, Daichi,... are going to strengthen Kageyama's setter role. But when Oikawa('s team) is going to fail then he'll become angry and he'll fail. Oikawa is doomed to fall of his pedestal. He'll face Karasuno's true strength 'teamwork' and at that moment he will start to act like kageyama before he joined Karasuno. Who will give efforts to pick up oikawa's ball then
Last edited by Koen; March 08, 2013 at 08:58 AM.
Spoilers abound, but I just had to share because it made me giddy:
Issue #17 (chapter 54) will have center color.
I finally figured out a way to get my scanner to play nice with Windows 7, so here's scans of the extra pages from chapter 40:
Any little extra bit of the girls' team, even if its just a few panels, is enough to please me.
A producer from Fuji TV said a vollyeball manga is getting an anime adaptation. What do you suppose the odds are it's Haikyuu!! that's getting an anime? (Source:Animenewsnetwork)