ハイキュー!! 9 『欲』 [Haikyū!! 9 "Yoku"]

ハイキュー!! 9 『欲』 [Haikyū!! 9

「『欲』」青葉城西に負けた悔しさをバネに、新たな目標を掲げ歩み始めた烏野。東京遠征も決まり沸き立つ中、待ち受けるは期末テスト!? 赤点を取ると遠征には行けない…赤点寸...

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Title:ハイキュー!! 9 『欲』 [Haikyū!! 9 "Yoku"]
Author:Haruichi Furudate
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Edition Language:Japanese

ハイキュー!! 9 『欲』 [Haikyū!! 9 "Yoku"] Reviews

  • machinaheart

    Series Review:

    Volleyball (some great explanations in here too!), team spirit, a cast of loveable quirky characters that only gets bigger and more amazing each volume, scenes that make me laugh, games that I'm invested in and have I mentioned the colourful cast that makes me squee, jump and fall in love again and again?

    Oh, I haven't mentioned the artwork yet. From super-cute to extremely cool you can find everything here. The volleyball games have a great dynamic to them, and really, the dorky f

    Series Review:

    Volleyball (some great explanations in here too!), team spirit, a cast of loveable quirky characters that only gets bigger and more amazing each volume, scenes that make me laugh, games that I'm invested in and have I mentioned the colourful cast that makes me squee, jump and fall in love again and again?

    Oh, I haven't mentioned the artwork yet. From super-cute to extremely cool you can find everything here. The volleyball games have a great dynamic to them, and really, the dorky facial expressions are PRICELESS!!

  • ✿ cassandra ✿

    Yay! Lev, Kuroo and Kenma!

  • Karen

    I LOVE THIS SERIES SO MUCH!

  • Danielle

    KARASUNO, FIGHT!

    My Crow babies are back and they are ready to fight to go to Nationals!!

    Its so great to see them motivated again even after losing to Aoba Johsai and I feel so proud of all of these characters, I love them so much.

    Things we learnt from this volume:

    Hitoka is ADORABLE and she 100% has a crush on Shimizu (Like same, girl, I understand), and she's going to make a wonderful manager for the team.

    Shimizu can actually talk and its nice to see her interact with other girls instead of be

    KARASUNO, FIGHT!

    My Crow babies are back and they are ready to fight to go to Nationals!!

    Its so great to see them motivated again even after losing to Aoba Johsai and I feel so proud of all of these characters, I love them so much.

    Things we learnt from this volume:

    Hitoka is ADORABLE and she 100% has a crush on Shimizu (Like same, girl, I understand), and she's going to make a wonderful manager for the team.

    Shimizu can actually talk and its nice to see her interact with other girls instead of being the only female!

    Sick Kenma is the cutest kitten I've ever seen and also his and Hinata's friendship is one of my favourite things ever.

    This training camp thing will definitely be one of the best things that happens to Karasuno, not only is it going to bring them closer as a team but they are going to improve SO MUCH and I'm very excited to see it in manga form because this part of the anime (season 2) was my favourite!

    GIVE ME MORE NEKOMA. I need my Kuroo/Kenma fix!

    Also we had the quickest glance at Bokuto which makes me so excited to see more of that moron... he's ridiculous but I love him.

    Karasuno better be prepared to do a lot of training because THEY CANNOT LET THE THIRD YEARS DOWN FOR THE NEXT TOURNAMENT. I honestly dont want to think about them leaving... What will Karasuno do without their Suga/Daichi aka mum/dad and their No.1 Ace???????

    I'm emotional. Help.

    TIME TO START VOLUME 10. GAH.

  • Henrietta

    this volume is so funny, something i'm really glad about, considering the tearfest that was the last volume. hitoka is amazing and relatable and i love her. i love the fact that they get to practice with other schools??? that's so great???? coach nekomata is the real mvp. and i. i wanna see them evolve. but together, without conflict. that would be nice. ALSO TANAKA'S SISTER IS MY FAVOURITE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Georgia

    Wow I have missed my tiny crows. They’re all freaking out about exams trying to get passing grades so they can go to Tokyo! Noya and Tanaka asking questions and not getting zeroes :’)

    Aww YACHI!!! The boys getting help from her and welcoming her as the temporary manager :3

    I MIGHT NOT BE TALL BUT I CAN JUMP

    Practice match ahh, Asahi new hair style and Noya complimenting him makes my heart hurt wow.

    Ahhh Hinata and Yachi’s friendship is beautiful yes how she supports him learning and he supports he

    Wow I have missed my tiny crows. They’re all freaking out about exams trying to get passing grades so they can go to Tokyo! Noya and Tanaka asking questions and not getting zeroes :’)

    Aww YACHI!!! The boys getting help from her and welcoming her as the temporary manager :3

    I MIGHT NOT BE TALL BUT I CAN JUMP

    Practice match ahh, Asahi new hair style and Noya complimenting him makes my heart hurt wow.

    Ahhh Hinata and Yachi’s friendship is beautiful yes how she supports him learning and he supports her becoming the manager!

    I AM HINATA SHOUYOU AND I SPROUTED FROM THE CONCRETE literally one of my favourite lines. Kageyama and Hinata meet up with Ushijima and he is basically like dudes if you can’t beat aobajousai then you’re nothing. Like wow. Then Hinata is all badass ahh one of my favourite scenes and it’s drawn so beautifully! Seeing both Hinata and Kageyama get fired up together is beautiful yesss!

    The pratice match with Nekoma is interesting I think we see Hinata start do doubt himself because of Lev and the quick attack keep getting blocked. He gets stuck, is unsure what to do and where to go from here because he wants to be the ace. He decides he wants to stop closing his eyes and contribute to the team more ahh.

    Also wow I love Nekoma Kuroo my boy and Bokuto they’re my bros.

  • Tuna

    V9 gives us a reprieve from the intense volleyball prefectural tournament of the previous volume to focus on character development and evolution. This evolution spans both new characters as well as old characters. It was a well executed experience that made for actual swift reading.

    For new characters, Yachi was introduced as someone who naively followed Shimizu into exploring what the Karasuno volleyball club was about. Her quick interaction with her fellow first years was shown to seeming insp

    V9 gives us a reprieve from the intense volleyball prefectural tournament of the previous volume to focus on character development and evolution. This evolution spans both new characters as well as old characters. It was a well executed experience that made for actual swift reading.

    For new characters, Yachi was introduced as someone who naively followed Shimizu into exploring what the Karasuno volleyball club was about. Her quick interaction with her fellow first years was shown to seeming inspire her continue to pursue the club. Thankfully her interaction with Hinata brought about a moment of growth for Yachi which still, to this day, remains one of my favorite set of chapters in the manga (Villager B).

    For old characters, Hinata and Kageyama realized just how far they were behind the other teams. This was highlighted in a well executed set of panels in which they had a discussion with the best in their prefecture, Ushiwaka. Ushiwaka likened Karasuno to that of a barren cement plot, while other teams or individuals were a rich, lush bountiful garden full of flowers ready to be harvested. It was amazing.

    I think one of the best parts of this volume was the artwork. Furudate really hit it out of the park with the page spreads constantly. The panel with Ushiwaka was actually the most iconic in the volume. Another page spread with Hinata on the poster from Yachi was another extremely memorable and well drawn page, shame about the spine interrupting a few of these.

    Overall, the plot, both discussed here but also the parts not discussed (including the start of the next arc, a training camp) was on point. It moved at a great pace. It also showed that Furudate can keep the manga interesting even when the characters are not knee deep in a tournament.

    The art was amazing as well.

    ~Extras this volume included the usual drawings and comments on the pages between chapters. Unfortunately there was no afterword or omake/bonus pages~

  • eli

    i loved this volume so MUCH i cant wait to pick up more from my library!!! i feel like i gotta have the next one right now!!

  • Rebecca

    I can't believe how much of this series I just read in one go - it really says a lot about how engrossing it is. It's also a relief that they're out of tournament mode for a bit, as well, since not only the players need to catch their breath.

    This volume introduces Yachi, the first year girl being trained to be the next team manager. I have to give Furudate a lot of credit - Yachi reacts exactly as I would have in her position (and probably still would, to be honest): with fear, shock, and a fear

    I can't believe how much of this series I just read in one go - it really says a lot about how engrossing it is. It's also a relief that they're out of tournament mode for a bit, as well, since not only the players need to catch their breath.

    This volume introduces Yachi, the first year girl being trained to be the next team manager. I have to give Furudate a lot of credit - Yachi reacts exactly as I would have in her position (and probably still would, to be honest): with fear, shock, and a fear of strange friendly boys. Not only does her introduction up the female character count, but it also gives Hinata a real friend on the outskirts of the team. Yes, he and Kageyama are buds after a fashion, but his relationship with Yachi feels more natural, with no rivalry to sour it. That she's a believable character and not a "hot insert girl" makes it even better.

  • Ben Truong

    continues where the previous tankōbon left off and contains the next nine chapters (72–80) of the on-going manga series.

    This tankōbon opens with Ittetsu Takeda, the faculty adviser, making another coup. He managed to get an invitation for Karasuno into the Fukurodani Academy Group to have their practice matches. The Fukurodani Academy Group consists of four schools that regularly train together between tournaments. Each of the schools take turns hosting a week long training camp

    continues where the previous tankōbon left off and contains the next nine chapters (72–80) of the on-going manga series.

    This tankōbon opens with Ittetsu Takeda, the faculty adviser, making another coup. He managed to get an invitation for Karasuno into the Fukurodani Academy Group to have their practice matches. The Fukurodani Academy Group consists of four schools that regularly train together between tournaments. Each of the schools take turns hosting a week long training camp. The schools in the group are Fukurodani Academy (hence the name), Nekoma High, Shinzen High, and Ubugawa High.

    However, most of these schools were still participating in their Prefecture Interhigh Tournament and they will not be able to meet until after summer holidays have started. Since this is a school activity, only people who passed their final exams could go.

    Therefore, the people in danger, if they do not do well in the exams were Shōyō Hinata, Tobio Kageyama, Ryūnosuke Tanaka, and Yū Nishinoya. In the end, only Shōyō Hinata and Tobio Kageyama failed their English exam. They have to make it up through remedial lessons, which made them rather late for the opening of the training camp.

    Three characters of note are introduced in

    : Hitoka Yachi, an assistant manager for the Karasuno High Volleyball team, Lev Haiba, a middle blocker for Nekoma High Volleyball team, and Wakatoshi Ushijima, a wing spiker for Shiratorizawa Academy.

    Hitoka Yachi is a first year student who is recruited by Kiyoko Shimizu, the manager, to be an assistant manager for the volleyball club and one day take over when her sempai graduates. She appears to be nervous, but makes friends with Shōyō Hinata, and then opens up to everyone else in the team. She also helps Shōyō Hinata and Tobio Kageyama with their studies as she is in a very advanced class.

    Lev Haiba is a first year student at Nekoma High and is a middle blocker. He is very tall with exceptionally long arms and legs – thanks to his half-Russian heritage. He has a happy-go-lucky personality and has the ambition to become the team’s ace, which also inadvertently drove Shōyō Hinta to do the same.

    Wakatoshi Ushijima is a third year student at Shiratorizawa Academy, and is the captain, ace, and wing spiker of its volleyball team. He is one of the top three aces of Japan. Shōyō Hinata and Tobio Kageyama met him by coincidence while visiting Hitoka Yachi for revision. They made a memorable impression on him.

    Haruichi Furudate has written and illustrated this tankōbon. For the most part, I really liked the story. I am glad that the story did not jump right into another tournament and I am quite looking forward to the weeklong summer training camp that they were invited to. It seems like Shōyō Hinata is urging for growth as the tankōbon closes.

    All in all,

    is a wonderful continuation to a new series that seems really intriguing and I can't wait to read more.

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