After 8 years of serialization, The popular sports manga Haikyuu has finally ended. on 17th July 2020 Haikyuu manga released its final chapter making it the Third Major Jump series to end in 2020. Prior to this we saw the ends of Demon Slayer and The Promised Neverland.
Haikyuu Chapter 402 came out on 17th July and ended the reign of one of the most popular sports mangas of all time. Haruichi Furudate The original author of the series made the finale even more memorable with the Fully Colored glorious looking panels. The 32 Pages chapter is available to read on Viz Media’s official website for Absolutely Free!
Written and Illustrated by an individual Artist Haruichi Furudate. Haikyyu manga began publishing from February 2020 in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Magazine and since then, Haikyuu has been considered one of the most successful Sports manga of the modern age both critically and commercially. In its 8 years of Serialization The manga has sold more that 38 million copies worldwide.
Junior high school student, Shōyō Hinata, becomes obsessed with volleyball after catching a glimpse of Karasuno High School winning their game to qualify for Nationals on TV. Of short stature himself, Hinata is inspired by a player the commentators nickname ‘The Little Giant’, Karasuno’s short but talented wing spiker. Though inexperienced, Hinata is athletic and has an impressive vertical jump; he joins his school’s volleyball club – only to find he is its sole member, forcing him to spend the next two years trying to convince other students to help him practice.
In his third and final year of Junior High, some of Hinata’s friends agree to join the club so he can compete in a tournament. In his first official game ever, they suffer a crushing defeat to the team favoured to win the tournament – including third-year Tobio Kageyama, a prodigy setter nicknamed ‘The King of the Court’ for both his skill and his tyrannical play style. The two spark a short rivalry, and following the game, Hinata vows to defeat Kageyama in high school.
Hinata studies and is accepted to Karasuno, the same high school the Little Giant played for, but is shocked to discover that Kageyama has also chosen to attend Karasuno. Karasuno is revealed to have lost its reputation as a powerhouse school following the era of the Little Giant, often being referred to ‘The Flightless Crows’ by other local teams. However, by combining Kageyama’s genius setting skills with Hinata’s remarkable athleticism, the duo create an explosive new volleyball tactic and develop an unexpected but powerful setter-spiker partnership.
Along the way, Hinata and Kageyama push each other into reaching their full potential and Hinata develops relationships with his first real team, thus beginning Karasuno’s journey of redemption to restore their reputation and make it to Nationals.
Being a manga as popular, it’s no surprise that Haikyuu is completely vulnerable to getting anime adaptations. in 2014 Haikyuu received and extremely well produced Anime Series by the renowned studio Production IG. The anime became an Instant success and made the source material even more popular than it already was.
Haikyuu Manga has ended but luckily and hopefully the Anime is still ongoing. The first cour of the Season 4 of Haikyuu aired in winter 2020 and the Second half of the Season is set to air in the Fall season of this Year.
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