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Eyeshield 21, Vol. 19: The Successor (Eyeshield 21 #19)

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It's the second half of the game between the Bando Spiders and the Deimon Devil Bats. The winner will walk away with the final seed to the Kanto Tournament--the loser will walk away in shame. Strong winds are playing havoc with the passing games of both teams, forcing them to stick to the ground. But the shifty Hiruma has been intentionally throwing weak passes to make the ...more
Paperback, 200 pages
Published April 1st 2008 by VIZ Media LLC (first published June 2nd 2006)
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James Dunphy
The end of the Bando game, and the (brief) final round confrontation between the White Knights and the Gunmen. The MVP awards for each position are given out which leads to some interesting results. The 3 teams to advance into the Kantou tournament are the Devilbats, Gunmen, and White Knights. In a bracket drawing ceremony later in the volume we get a glimpse at some of the new and returning teams. Both the Sphinx and Naga teams from earlier volumes are slotted to play in the tournament. We get ...more
Julie Decker
So the Devilbats must finish their game against the music-inspired Bando Spiders--the kick-team hero of the region. It's Koutaro vs. Musashi in a showdown for the best kicker--SMART!--and Hiruma is full of tricks as always. Sena can finally introduce himself at a game as Sena Kobayakawa, not just Eyeshield 21, and we get a little hint about Hiruma's connections when he gets a mysterious phone call. . . .

I love these characters. Mizumachi may be a jerk but his scenes shine in this one, and Kotaro
Srdjan Solkotovic
Great manga but the ending just makes you want more.
It's one of the best sports mangas about American Football out there.
Read this one and the one before it as entertainment for the bus ride to the mall and back. These covered the Devil Bats vs. the Bando Spiders. Indeed, no one would witness a game like this and say the kicking team isn't important. o_O Musashi vs. Koutaro. What a ride. And Sena introducing himself without hiding behind his title is awesome. Not to mention the mysterious phone call to one of Hiruma's cell phones and the awesome follow-ups with the naming of the MVP and hilarious bath house scenes ...more
Sena kobayakawa memenangi pertempuran di "dunia kecepatan cahaya". Toward the shining light!
Duel dg Bando spider dpt dimenangkan dg skor tipis: 23:24!
AKhrinya DEimon menjadi wakil menuju turnamen selanjutnya, yeah!
Tetapi di hadapan mereka, menunggu tim football kuat, Shinryuuji naga yang akan meraih gelar kemenangan ke-10, jika berhasil mengalahkan DEIMON DEVIL BAT.
Jangan menyerah, trus maju!
Indah Threez Lestari
#Program BUBU

Pertama kali dibeli dan dibaca pada tanggal 17 Oktober 2008.
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Eyeshield 21 (1 - 10 of 37 books)
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  • Eyeshield 21, Vol. 3: And They're Called the Devil Bats
  • Eyeshield 21, Vol. 4: Intimidation
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