Crimson Hero, Vol. 3

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Crimson Hero, Vol. 3

Crimson Hero Vol Crimson Hero takes volleyball and bents it like Beckham in a story that pits traditional values against the love of the game All that matters to year old Nobara Sumiyoshi is volleyball she is an aw

  • Title: Crimson Hero, Vol. 3
  • Author: Mitsuba Takanashi
  • ISBN: 9781421505770
  • Page: 132
  • Format: Paperback
  • Crimson Hero takes volleyball and bents it like Beckham in a story that pits traditional values against the love of the game All that matters to 15 year old Nobara Sumiyoshi is volleyball she is an awesome volleyball player with big time ambitions But sometimes it seems like a girl just can not get a break in the competitive world of high school volleyball.

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    One thought on “Crimson Hero, Vol. 3

    1. Hadiqa on said:

      **Contains Spoilers** Nobara, the eldest who left home, has no plans of taking over the restaurant to become a hostess/mistress and entertain rich guests. Souka, Nobara's sister, is left to care for Seiryu and a pervert comes to talk about marrying Souka who is only in the ninth grade.Even though Nobara isn't the captain of the team, she is the soul of it who put together the team that was impossible to and she is now the ace which is the most important person in a volleyball team.Souka calls No [...]

    2. Winny Yang on said:

      I can honestly say that this is my favourite manga series ever; and I've read a lot of manga. In this book, Nobara has finally found enough members to create an official volleyball team. She was extremely excited until many problems started to come her way. One of her teammates told her to care about their feelings just as much as volleyball, she had to call home for money (she ran away from home), and I think that she even fell in love for the first time. With so many things happening all at on [...]

    3. Sarah Maddaford on said:

      Reviewed in Crimson Hero, Volume 1, Crimson Hero, Volume 2 and Crimson Hero, Vol. 14

    4. Jessica-Robyn on said:

      This volume should have been volume two. I like that it's starting to focus more on the girls team and their relationship rather then the boys team being jerks. I'm also a huge fan of the family dynamic making another appearance. Her little sister is so cute!

    5. Jasmiina F on said:

      The best volume so far, and it's weird how much this reminds me of Nana even though the stories are totally different. But I liked this very much. I would have given 5/5 but the romance seemed to happen a little too fast.

    6. Nidah (SleepDreamWrite) on said:

      I don't read much sports manga. Some but not that much. Though I might now. Series getting interesting though.

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