Reborn!, Volume 16

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Tsuna is just a scaredy-cat junior high student who's no good at school or sports...until Reborn shoots him in the head and he starts life fresh with the power to solve his problems! Junior high student Tsuna is a failure at school, sports, and social life. He needs a mafia hit man mentor like he needs a hole in the head...and he's about to get both! Reborn's gun will kill you and make you stronger! Final Volume!

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Tsuna is just a scaredy-cat junior high student who's no good at school or sports...until Reborn shoots him in the head and he starts life fresh with the power to solve his problems! Junior high student Tsuna is a failure at school, sports, and social life. He needs a mafia hit man mentor like he needs a hole in the head...and he's about to get both! Reborn's gun will kill you and make you stronger! Final Volume!

Reads R to L (Japanese Style). Tsuna is just a scaredy-cat junior high student who's no good at school or sports...until Reborn shoots him in the head and he starts life fresh with the power to solve his problems!Junior high student Tsuna is a failure at school, sports, and social life. He needs a mafia hit man mentor like he needs a hole in the head...and he's about to get both!Reborn's gun will kill you and make you stronger!

Ten Years LaterTsuna wins the Sky Battle and secures the Vongola succession at last. He responds by passing out, though he manages to revive in time to join his friends in a celebration of the victory. But just when things appear to be returning to normal, Reborn gets into a fight with Lambo. Lambo tries to shoot himself with his Ten-Year Bazooka and hits Reborn instead. What happens next launches Tsuna into his most bizarre adventure yet!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781421528571
  • Publisher: VIZ Media LLC
  • Publication date: 7/6/2010
  • Series: Reborn! Series , #16
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 192
  • Product dimensions: 5.06 (w) x 7.62 (h) x 0.64 (d)

Meet the Author

Akira Amano was born in Aichi Prefecture, located in central Japan. After early versions of the series were published in seinen (young men's) manga magazines, Reborn! first appeared in Weekly Shonen Jump as a stand-alone short story in late 2003. The massive success of this one-shot story led Weekly Shonen Jump to begin serializing Reborn! in mid-2004. Amano's work, with its entertaining mix of action, comedy and drama, remains extremely popular with readers.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 15, 2013

    The first time I saw any piece related to Katekyo Hitman Reborn!

    The first time I saw any piece related to Katekyo Hitman Reborn!, it was just fanart. I was fascinated by the characters (the fanart was of Tsunayoshi Sawada, Mukuro Rokudo, and Kyouya Hibari). I kept seeing fanart until I finally decided to read the manga. I never regretted it.

    Reborn! is about a boy named Tsuna who is nick-named "Dame-Tsuna" / "No-Good Tsuna" because he basically fails at everything. He reached the point where he basically gave up on everything and decided to just laze around at his house because no one ever believed in him. That was, until his mother found an ad in her mailbox for a tutor. Not giving up on her son, she decides to hire the tutor and save her son.

    Now this tutor, who is known as the title character Reborn, isn't an ordinary tutor. He is an infant. An infant from the mafia of all things. An infant who happens to be the best hitman in the world. Now even though this sounds completely ridiculous, with his Spartan-like methods, Tsuna's life turns upside-down.

    Tsuna finds people who he considers his friends and family. Tsuna obtains a power to show that he's not so weak anymore. Tsuna just grows tremendously and becomes a better person.

    This sounds great and all but that's not all there is about this manga. It's ridiculously hilarious. It's silly a lot of times. In later arcs, the series becomes serious, but the lightheartedness remains.

    The point is, Reborn! is a must read and people will not regret investing in this series.

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