Crimson Hero, Vol. 4

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Crimson Hero, Vol. 4

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. 4
  • Author: Mitsuba Takanashi
  • ISBN: 9781421505787
  • Page: 342
  • 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. 4

    1. Hadiqa on said:

      **Contains Spoilers** This was my favourite volume so far! I ABSOLUTELY loved the tension and the game that the mangaka showed to the reader between the two teams. First official match of Beniiro's team in the regional tournament with the best team which got low ranking due to a scandal. Wow, intense right from the beginning!Nobara realises her feelings for Yuushin but she cant do anything because she knows he has a girlfriend he cares about. Yushin brings his girlfriend which distracts Nobara f [...]

    2. Winny Yang on said:

      This book reminds me of when I practice volleyball and when I have volleyball tournaments because that's what this book is about. Nobara's team practices, and practices, and practices for their first official game ever. All their hard work put into a game with the Yabe Business School, the school with the best girls' volleyball team. A rookie team against the best; will Nobara's persevering team win against them?I picked this book up because I found it in the library right beside the #2 book in [...]

    3. Sarah Maddaford on said:

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

    4. Azusa あずさ Saotome さおとめ on said:

      I really don't think I enjoyed the manga much at first, but now it's sooo good! I'm glad I decided to give it another chance (after deciding to swear off sports mangas [EX: Prince of Tennis, Girl Got Game

    5. Anne Freya on said:

      Mmmm, found my OTP in this book : Ichiba x Haibuki. XDD Too bad this is shoujo. ;P

    6. Jasmiina F on said:

      I like the story in Crimson Hero and the characters are getting more depth in every volume. But I just don't understand the girls' hair I'm annoyed by weird things.

    7. Nidah (SleepDreamWrite) on said:

      Another good volume. Good series so far. And the art design for the characters is also good.

    8. Jessica-Robyn on said:

      It feels like Crimson Hero has finally found its grove. Sure, there's still a lot of crying, but what am I to know? Maybe athletes are all just big criers.

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