8th out of 18 books — 2 voters
Eyeshield 21, Vol. 2: The False Hero (Eyeshield 21 #2)
The second game of the season finds Sena and the Devilbats lined up against the champion White Knights. Big and ferocious, the Knights feature a squad of the toughest kids in high school. Will Sena wimp out of this one or will he break through the Knights' defense to see daylight? And what's the deal with the Devilbats' center? Will we ever find out why his head is shaped...more
Paperback, 208 pages
Published May 31st 2005 by Viz Media
(first published March 4th 2003)
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This is the second book of the Eyeshield 21 series and it is about Sena's football team, The Deimon Devil Bats against the top high school team the Ojou White Knights. Even if Sena is fast, Ojou has the best defensive line and one of the best offensive in the league. In the game he tried to get past Ojou's ace player Shin but he just gets knocked down again and again. But he eventually got through only once and that was the last time in the whole game. But in the end after all that effort they...more
Dec 12, 2011 Diane ϟ [ Lestrange ] rated it 5 of 5 stars
Do you know Kobayakawa Sena? How about Eyeshield 21 from the Deimon Devil Bats?
Eyeshield 21 is a manga about american football written by Riichiro Inagaki and illustrated by Yusuke Murata. It became an anime on Aril 6, 2005 and ended with 145 episodes on March 19, 2008. This anime is sponsored by NFL Japan and aired in countries like korea, Indonesia, Hong Kong and the Philippines.
The story revolves around high school student Kobayakawa Sena who loves football and has a incredible talen...more
Pretty good second volume. The team expands their management personnel and goes up against the premiere team in the area; the White Nights. Sena meets a potential nemesis in Wide Receiver / Linebacker White Night Shin. Fun volume with an excellent early cliffhanger for vol 3.
He is a mangaka from Tokyo, Japan. He debuted in October 2001 with Nandodemo Roku Gatsu Jū San Hi, and also wrote for the magazine Square Freeze and Love Love Santa, published in November 2001 and in February 2002 respectively. He later moved to Shueisha's Weekly Shōnen Jump, in wich he won the 7th "Story King" section in the same year.More about Riichiro Inagaki...