Haruichi Furudate is now celebrating its 10th anniversary HajiuFirst published on the Shueisha page Junior Jump of the Week magazine, so the series will release a series of new items, including special one-off comics! It’s been a while since the manga ended, and fans have seen each character perform in their final years after high school. But like any great ending, fans were immediately curious about how their favorite fans’ happy lives continued.
It looks like we might get the chance soon, as the latest issue of Weekly Shonen Jump officially kicks off its 10th anniversary celebration, announcing Haijiu! ! Will return with a brand new single shot showing each character’s life in 2022. No release date has been given for the new version, but what we’re getting is an update for another project that features updates to Seek and Toru. You can check it below:
#ハイキュー10th anniversary I wish いいただいた Minoru ありがとうございます!
JF2022 で し た Sound Horse 2 く の は こ の party!
Toru Oikawa (from Aoba Castle West High School)
CAサンフアン/ セッター (アルゼンチン) pic.twitter.com/ksqkp4fELW
— ハイキュー!!.com (@haikyu_com) February 20, 2022
In addition to the new one-off manga version, Haijiu! ! The 10th anniversary will be celebrated with a special commemorative art book, an ongoing series of exhibitions in Japan, a collaboration with the current V-League, new art by Furukan himself, and more. But with this new single shot, fans must be wondering what life has been like for Sho Hinata and Hideo Kageyama since the end of the official series, which opens up a huge future for both of them as they will Competition is brought to the world. new level.
If you want to check out Haikyu! For yourself, the run of the original manga is now over, and all four seasons of the anime are now streaming on Crunchyroll. They officially describe the series this way, “Based on Chunichi Gu’s original Weekly Shonen Jump manga series, Haikyu!! is a slice-of-life sports anime revolving around Shoyo Hinata’s love of volleyball. Inspired by a short professional volleyball player Inspired, Hinata started a volleyball team in his senior year of middle school. Unfortunately, the team faced the “King of the Court” Hideo Kageyama’s team in the first game and inevitably lost. After the fiasco, After Hyuga vows to surpass Kageyama to enter high school, Hyuga joins the volleyball team only to find Hio also joined him.
What do you think? Would love to see what Haikyu’s world is like! ! Has 2022 changed? Can you believe it’s been ten years since the show started? Let us know all your thoughts on this in the comments!You can even contact me directly about all the anime and other cool stuff @Valdezology on Twitter!