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In chapter 34 (that is the only chapter i can connect from the VPN to home right now) the conversation between daikichi and the nekoma guy about azumane's interaction with the back-up libero you wrote "all i can see is a guy trolling for reactions." in the original text it seems to me they were making a pun about azumane's intimidating looks and daikichi says " it seems more like kidnapping". also the panel below with nishinoya and nekoma libero they were already talking about him being behind them but 1 panel down when he starts speaking you say "right behind us" [背後] means rear and back but i think it was more like he doesnt even care about seeing me but alright about speaking from the back kind of feel to me.
P.S: Maybe i should have send these as private mail. at work it is kinda hard to use VPN all the time to connect to home network. I am sry if i seem nitpicky or making big deals about nothing.
Hinata is becoming a very good player. How he opened the path for asahi as a decoy was well done. Karasuno is playing its game more united than their previous game against Nekoma.
I look forward to more
I had two thoughts at the end of chapter 46: "Super badass" and "is that even legal?"
I actually looked it up when I first read the chapter, and
I didn't know that (which is weird, as I am actually a fan of volleyball), so that's super cool, and shows Furudate's commitment to making this stuff work, huh.
I actually knew that (why??) so I expected him to do that the moment he looked at the ball. Still, that page!! Incredible.
I'm hooked for the next chapter.
I was surprised too at first so it even make me looked to the rules. I doubt we will have a third set so the match will probably be over next chapter. The team sure has grown as a all and we already know what Hinata hs to improve next : his service.
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Btw there is a street game in Asia which is a kind of volley ball with only the foot. I don't know the name though
I used to play a lot of school volleyball and using a foot is not a fault as long as it isn't considered as a kick (let's say it has to be a pass, save, reflex). It's mostly used as a save in case the ball can't be saved by your hands. It is allowed, no worries and the mangaka drew it out pretty well since nishinoya could only save the ball by foot.
Great chapter, now it's up to asahi to break that iron wall. I don't like the idea of a third set. This is the time for Nishi's and Asahi's win. So One More Time :-)
Last edited by Koen; February 11, 2013 at 09:06 AM.
footvolley, which is mainly played in beachs in Rio.
Did anyone see the new color pages Oberon posted? Might be slightly spoilerish because the scanlations haven't reached that part but damn, I absolutely love it.
Feels like Furudate is improving artwise too, even though it's already on a pretty good level.
I'm loving this manga more and more, Azumane's move was really awesome. Here's were the character build between the matches kicks in, I felt so happy for him to finally break the Iron Wall that mericelessly crushed him last time.
Somehow Furudate is capable of giving every character a fair share of spotlight. I was really glad that he's not forgeting the substitute either. As much as I enjoy Kageyama I'm rooting for Sugawara too so I hope and am pretty sure he will get his time to shine too.
Ah without me noticing I've become a really big fan of the series, Jump finally got a new awesome sports manga
Kageyama is badass.
That ending! Finally Oikawa lost his smile.
Yes, kageyama at the end was awesome and he had the right to do it. Oikawa has some talent but because of that he is acting arrongant towards his own teammates and opponents. I would not be surprised if the next play will turn into another point for Karasuno. This match will show us all the skills Kageyama has as a setter