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World Trigger, Vol. 4

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.Should Border, Earths defense agency, admit a Neighbor into their ranks? Jin and Arashiyama Squad think so, and they clash against headquarters top agents to preserve Yumas right to enlist. After the brutal fight against his friends and peers, Jin makes an unimaginable sacrifice to put an end to the hostility and protect Yumas future at Border....

Title : World Trigger, Vol. 4
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ISBN : 9781421577678
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 192 pages
Status : Available For Download
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World Trigger, Vol. 4 Reviews

  • Galion Public Library Teens

    Review by D.H. : "I liked how much work the main characters did to be promoted to the next rank. My dad and my sister [would like this]."

  • Dru

    The highlight of this volume was a massive action scene involving a bunch of new characters in different locations across the city. Felt it was paced and drawn pretty well and I enjoyed this volume the most of the first four.

  • Nicholas Driscoll

    I liked this volume even more! Exciting but not overly long fights, interesting aspects of intrigue, fights that have at least some elements of strategy. It made me smile!

  • はやて 芬

    Awesome. getting even better. izumi's appearance :) plus some other new characters. love the way the mangaka did the character introduction and development. Can't wait for the anime. So good that i won't stop re-reading.

  • Rebecca

    While the sheer number of named characters who all look vaguely similar is getting to be a problem, the plot of this series is really heating up. Jin's defense of Yuma (as one of the few who know his true history) is heroic, particularly when you consider that even if the Border HQ knew what was going on they wouldn't be likely to care. How much is because of his precognition and how much is because he's a nice guy remains to be seen, keeping him an interesting character rather than an omniscien ...more

  • Beckiezra

    Maybe deserving of a 5 based on how many strangled elephant noises I made while reading it. The flow wasn't great though, switching rather unconvincingly between the big fight and Shiori teaching about triggers. The interludes on triggers seemed forced and unnecessary, they didn't correlate very well with the fighting. The artist information pages on triggers were badly placed as well, it left me more confused. I definitely feel like there's been a turning point where watching the anime first ha ...more