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World Trigger, Vol. 3

Destroy thy Neighbor! A gate to another dimension has burst open, and invincible monsters called Neighbors invade Earth. Osamu Mikumo may not be the best among the elite warriors who co-opt other-dimensional technology to fight back, but along with his Neighbor friend Yuma, hell do whatever it takes to defend life on Earth as we know it.Border headquarters wants Yumas powerful Black Triggerand they want it desperately enough to send their top three squads to steal it. The Tamakoma branch is one step ahead, having already safeguarded Yuma, Osamu and Chika by recruiting them to their group of eccentric and talented agents. And Jins precognition powers put him two steps ahead: he ambushes the thieves en route!...

Title : World Trigger, Vol. 3
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ISBN : 9781421577661
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 189 pages
Status : Available For Download
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World Trigger, Vol. 3 Reviews

  • Nastasia


  • Gerry Sacco

    Really disappointing. Characters are more obnoxious than I remember and the plot is getting more convoluted. Sub par.

  • Dru

    A dip after volume 3. Less action and more talking, but ends with a cliffhanger that compelled me to read the next volume. Definitely enjoying learning more about this world.

  • Jennifer

    Still fun to read, and some of the backstory about the main characters and the organizations have been fleshed out. Plenty of side-characters were introduced, though not much background about them has been provided. As is common in Shonen Jump series, there are plenty of characters so fans can have their own favorites. The whole "leveling up/training" plan has been started.

    One thing that I like about this comic is the humor, which isn't over the top, but which is present and amusing. For instan

  • Travis

    Though the series started well, in this volume it feels like it is falling more into tropes, building up what feels like a pointless rivalry in Border. But it does provide a nice lot of additional background and explanation for things, so it was an enjoyable read.

  • Dallen Malna

    I just can't seem to get into this...I think I'm just gonna read recaps and skip to where shonen jump is