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Osamu Has Less Than Sixteen Minutes To Safely Deliver Chika, Who S Been Cubified, To HQ Will Osamu Make It In Time Or Will The Crossroads Jin Has Foreseen Lead To The Worst Possible Outcome For Everyone

4 thoughts on “World Trigger Volume 9

  1. says:

    As expected

  2. says:

    I love World Trigger Anime but i am so glad my son fell in love with the books

  3. says:

    3 5I ve missed several volumes, and it s obvious Now the gang is in the middle of some huge fight, and people have been turned into cubes what , and there are two or three sides that are competing to reach an area or prevent the other from reaching it.I m mostly confused by what s happening.I vaguely remember the three main characters, but one of them is now a cube and the others are trying to save her There are several actions scenes throughout this volume, and I didn t particularly care about that I don t know who the enemies are, or why they re fighting each other.This might be enjoyable if I had been following, but I mostly don t think this is my kind of series A review copy was provided by the publisher, VIZ Media, for an honest review Thank you so, so much More of my reviews are available on my blog, Geeky Reading, to which there s a link on my profile.

  4. says:

    With World Trigger 15, we go fully into the Galapoula infiltration arc This means new triggers, new battles, and new ways that our Border agents can distinguish themselves Of course, the real reason to read is to see how Jin s prediction from the last volume Tachikawa will get chopped in half comes true.Story Galapoula has begun their stealth invasion They have one target in mind the Meeden away ship and to ensure that Meeden can t launch any incursions into Aftokrator But Border has a secret weapon Jin s foresight Now that the battle is small, he can accurately predict the future But even Jin isn t omniscient as a certain young boy is about to surprise everyone by entering the fray.The Galapoula arc is a nice contrast to the Aftokrator invasion arc Instead of battles in a large scale, we have Border trying to keep the battle small and discreet so as not to alarm the populace It could be dangerous, though, to not have all the participants there Osamu and his squad, for example, aren t seen in this volume since they are getting ready for the next rank battle.As the Galapoula strengths are revealed, it makes for some great battles Unlike Aftokrator and their ego driven and aggressive style, Galapoula are stealth based and use strategy They are also much team oriented you almost want to root for them They use as few resources as possible to get the mission accomplished Ashihara gives us some great characters with the infiltration unit and it is especially fun to see who of Galapoula will get paired up against whom in Border.With Border having two fronts melee at the base of the HQ and inside and then the snipers up above, there are some really interesting battles In this volume, we get to see Nasu Squad s strengths, very fun stuff with Ninomiya and Kako squad interactions Inukai playing with Futaba s ponytails is priceless , Suwa taking charge and especially the mysterious Amo and his unique abilities Ashihara describes amo as a sad stray puppy.This is a volume you want to take your time really checking out the images or you will miss important small details that lead up to a surprise action a few panels later A pivot from Konami s foot here or a snick sound from Kazama there lead to some great twists And as always, our upstanding knight Murakami to the rescue In previous volumes, we ve pretty much only seen how teams work against other teams With this volume, we see how the teams work together, either as a unit or singly, during the battles It makes for some great synergies I also love the humor from Galapoula assuming Kazama is a kid to Ninomiya and Kako bickering like a married couple Now, if only we get to finally see Kusakabe A04 As of the time this review is written, World Trigger has been on hiatus in Japan due to health issues with the author Since this is one of my favorite series, I hope we won t have to wait too long after volume 18 marks the beginning of the hiatus.Reviewed from an advance reader copy provided by the publisher less