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Food Wars!: Shokugeki no Soma, Vol. 6 by [Tsukuda, Yuto]
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The contestants for the Totsuki Institute’s annual Fall Classic have been chosen! A decades-old event, the Fall Classic has been the grand stage for fierce cooking battles for years. The chosen participants, each aiming to be crowned winner, begin their training! But as they do, someone special visits Polaris Dorm.

About the Author

Yuto Tsukuda won the 34th Jump Juniketsu Newcomers' Manga Award for his one-shot story Kiba ni Naru. He made his Weekly Shonen Jump debut in 2010 with the series Shonen Shikku. His follow-up series, Food Wars!: Shokugeki no Soma, is his first English-language release. Shun Saeki made his Jump NEXT! debut in 2011 with the one-shot story Kimi to Watashi no Renai Soudan. Food Wars!: Shokugeki no Soma is his first Shonen Jump series.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 127858 KB
  • Print Length: 192 pages
  • Publisher: VIZ Media: SHONEN JUMP ADVANCED (June 2 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00XNT1SKG
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HASH(0x9ceb6c6c) out of 5 stars Preliminaries for the Fall Election Arc Sept. 11 2015
By Katherine Chan - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This is the book I've been waiting for - the beginning of the fall elections arc and the introduction of several top notch foodie rivals for Soma-Kun! In this volume, we get to see the victorious return to the Polar Star dormitory, a better understand and more backstory on Soma-Kun and his ties to a former alumnus from Totsuki, and some new characters including Hayama Akira! As usual, there's plenty of awesome looking food and intense iron chef-esque battles. While this volume is a little slower than the previous volume (no major risks of expulsions, not like the Training Camp from Hell arc) there is some good character development/backstory between Soma and one particular mystery chef...

The art done by Shun Saeki is absolutely stunning. The illustrations are highly detailed, well laid out, and the food images totally rival anything you could see on Food Network. You will want to stop and eat something while reading this manga. The story by Yuto Tsukuda is equally gripping. It can be slightly predictable, but no less really entertaining to read. Overall, if you enjoy food and food competition reality shows, you'll probably enjoy this series. The story line is fun, the art is great, and if you can't get enough, there is even an anime that is following the manga closely (you can watch for free on Crunchyroll.com).

The chapters included are:
40. Return
41. The Man Who was Called an Asura
42. Wake Up Kiss
43. The Cook Who Has Traveled Thousands of Miles
44. An Unexpected Straight
45. The Accompanist of Aromas and Stimuli
46. The Dragon Lies Down and then Ascends to the Sky
47. Battle Memories
48. The Known Unknown
HASH(0x9ceb6cc0) out of 5 stars A bit of a change with a more personal story June 2 2015
By Johanna Draper Carlson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Just when I started feeling that reviews of Food Wars: Shokugeki no Soma could become almost mechanical — what’s the special ingredient for the challenge? what’s the competition hook? what crazy dish does Soma come up with to win, or at least demonstrate his strength of character? — volume 6 comes along to shake things up.

The next big competition for the cooking school kids is the Fall Classic. Before summer break, those who have been selected to participate are announced, which gives them their whole vacation to prepare. The cast continues to expand with various contestants in these huge battles, but it’s the few I can keep up with that I continue to follow.

But first, there’s a more personal story, the one I was thinking of when I said this volume was a bit of a change-up. A former student, a member of the elite council and currently a traveling chef with rock-star hair, has returned to the dorms. Everyone’s impressed, and then he’s revealed to have a secret connection with one of the students. His globe-trotting means he has all kinds of techniques and ingredients from various countries to incorporate into his repertoire.

The visitor gives Soma new perspective on the quest he’s been placed on at the school and the history that brought him there. Of course, the two wind up quickly in a cook-off, competing to make a morning “dish to energize and invigorate the body!” for some of the other students. The food needs to be light, easy to eat, and healthy, and as always, it’s fascinating to see what the contestants come up with. Plus, their recipes are included.

Then comes the research for the upcoming showdown, including information on spices and how they’re prepared, with a particular emphasis on smell in cooking. The art is typical for manga. Lots of focus on expressions to put across the desired emotional mood, mixed with high-energy action to capture the struggle of competition. It’s the food information that keeps me reading, not the competent but unchallenging art.

Unlike with some of the other challenges, I liked the way the setup for this big competition — drawn out to emphasize its importance, since the effort barely gets started in this volume — shows the kids actually working hard and studying, instead of relying on their natural talents and home experiences. (The publisher provided a digital review copy. Review originally posted at ComicsWorthReading.com.)
HASH(0x9cebd114) out of 5 stars Still good! Dec 5 2015
By hlubkoj2020 - Published on Amazon.com
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The life of a chef still going on for Soma and his friends. Food!!! What can I said, it's a food manga.
I will put this series on hold...was waiting to see how the story is progressing first before making more purchase.
I do not want to make a mistake like I did with Nisekoi...the story going down hill so it's a waste.
HASH(0x9cebd0fc) out of 5 stars More good recipes! June 5 2015
By Robert Redfeather - Published on Amazon.com
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This series has, besides some very warm art, some thought-provoking recipes. I generally stick to reading comedy, science fiction, and history (when those are are not the same thing), but am very happily into Food Wars! It provides food for thinking.
HASH(0x9cebd4bc) out of 5 stars Sheer comedy July 1 2015
By Kenneth Thomas - Published on Amazon.com
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This is an excellent series that keeps the reader's interests peeked. What really drives the storyline is its ability for comedic relief and timing. I can't wait to read the next book.