Crimson Hero, Volume 11

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R to L (Japanese Style). Nobara's team is getting closer to the spring tournaments, but when their star setter Tomo sprains her ankle, the rest of the team must step up if they want to get through the playoffs. To complicate matters, a love triangle between Nobara and boys' volleyball team members Yushin and Haibuki seems to be turning into a square, as Haibuki reconsiders his feelings for his ex-girlfriend, the injured Tomo!

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Overview

R to L (Japanese Style). Nobara's team is getting closer to the spring tournaments, but when their star setter Tomo sprains her ankle, the rest of the team must step up if they want to get through the playoffs. To complicate matters, a love triangle between Nobara and boys' volleyball team members Yushin and Haibuki seems to be turning into a square, as Haibuki reconsiders his feelings for his ex-girlfriend, the injured Tomo!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781421523644
  • Publisher: VIZ Media LLC
  • Publication date: 8/4/2009
  • Series: Crimson Hero Series , #11
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 200
  • Sales rank: 743,248
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 7.40 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

At age 17, Mitsuba Takanashi debuted her first short story Mou Koi Nante Shinai (Never Fall in Love Again) in 1992 in Bessatsu Margaret magazine and now has several major titles under her belt.

Born in the Shimane Prefecture of Japan, Mitsuba Takanashi now lives in Tokyo, where she enjoys taking walks, watching videos, shopping, and going to the hair salon. Her penchant for all things fashionable can be seen in her characters hip, unconventional outfits, as well as their crazy hairstyles (note the 'do on Crimson Hero star Nobara!). Takanashi has a soft spot for the Japanese pop acts Yellow Monkey and Hide, and is good at playing ping pong.

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    Reading the book was fun and so so cool. i got butterflies in my tummy. i think manga readers should totally read this. it's a great book for people who are into volleyball and still want a little romance. And to people who are trying to change cause if you red all the books it shows nobara chan is changing from a tomboy to an average girl!!

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