Haikyuu will finally release a new art book in English

haikyu She may have finished her manga series with Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump some time ago, and her own art book is going to have an official English-language release for the first time with Viz Media! Haruichi Furudate’s original manga series may already be over, but it’s now celebrating its 10th anniversary, hitting the pages of Shueisha’s landmark action magazine for the first time. Fans were seeing the franchise’s comeback with great new projects at the time, and soon fans outside of Japan could see art from the series in a whole new way.

after the end haikyuA few years ago, Furudate’s art was collected into a new special book known as “Complete Illustration Book” in Japan. Viz Media will officially release this new technical book in English for the first time, and it is currently scheduled for release next spring. There’s no exact release date for the new art book outside of its release window, but you can check out Haikyuu’s new art book cover below as part of Viz Media’s special licensing announcement:

If you want to pull haikyu For yourself, the entire manga run is complete (including a brand new chapter released on its 10th anniversary) Available now with Viz Media’s Shonen Jump digital library with a paid subscription. The four seasons of anime, movies, and OAD specials can now be watched streamed using HIDIVE and Crunchyroll. describe haikyuThe anime adapted like this:

Inspired by Haruichi Furudate’s original Weekly Shonen Jump manga series, Haikyu!! is a slice-of-life sports anime that revolves around Shoyo Hinata’s love for volleyball. Inspired by a professional volleyball player with a petite figure, Hinata created a volleyball team in his final year of middle school.Unfortunately, the team faced off against “King of the Court” team Tobio Kageyama in his first round and inevitably lost.After a crushing defeat, Hinata vows to bypass Kageyama After entering high school, Hinata joins the volleyball team only to find that Tobio has joined also “.

what do you think? Are you excited to see Heikyo’s latest art book get an official English-language release? Are you going to pull it off the shelves next spring? Let us know all your thoughts on this topic in the comments! You can also contact me directly about all the moving stuff and other cool stuff Valdezology on Twitter!


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