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World Trigger, Vol. 7 by [Ashihara, Daisuke]
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Humanoid Neighbors from another dimension enter the battlefield for the first time! With strange Triggers that defy explanation, they make quick work of even top Border agents until the agents start to fight smart. Can Border turn the tide of battle in time to save Mikado City?

About the Author

Daisuke Ashihara began his manga career at the age of 26 when his manga Room 303 won second place in the 75th Tezuka Awards. His first series, Super Dog Rilienthal, began serialization in Weekly Shonen Jump in 2009. World Trigger is his second serialized work in Weekly Shonen Jump. He is also the author of several shorter works, including the one-shots Super Dog Rilienthal and Trigger Keeper.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 151551 KB
  • Print Length: 192 pages
  • Publisher: VIZ Media: SHONEN JUMP (Oct. 6 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
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HASH(0xb419942c) out of 5 stars The Aftokrator Humanoid Neighbor Battles Oct. 6 2015
By Talvi - Published on
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I am greatly enjoying this series (and anime) quite a bit! With volume 7, we get some bigger bad guys (black triggers with horns!) and a hint as to why Earth is raided for Trion (Chika would make a 'new god'???). Osamu and Yuma take a backseat as the Border teams as they battle the rabits and then an entirely new enemy - Aftokrator's horned trion constructs. It's all about teamwork this volume.

Story: A large scale invasion has begun and Yuma is worried - the enemy strategy makes no sense unless they have an ulterior motive or a trick up their sleeve. Jin's side effect has been triggered, however, and his precog ability tells him the worst possible outcome is Osamu's death. The other agents may not understand why a little weak B-rank is so important, but they all do trust Jin. Meanwhile, the invaders have realized there is a Trion user on Earth with huge potential - Chika. A secondary objective is to obtain her; to do so, they send their specially engineered highly skilled triggers. Each trigger has special horns to enhance their abilities. It will take all the skill (and superior number advantage) of the Border teams to protect Chika and the city.

The series continues to have fun with shounen action series conventions: Osamu is still pretty weak as a fighter but what he brings is assets - both Chika and Yuma wouldn't be in border otherwise. Jin recognizes, of course, that Osamu's importance doesn't come from fighting but on the softer skills. I like that Osamu nor Yuma are idiots who get lucky a lot - each brings something important to the table.

With this volume, we get to see those who taunted Osamu and Yuma in the ranking battles in action - and see that they really are quite good. There are some fun strategies used to confuse, detain, or defeat the Aftokrator triggers.

World Trigger remains fun without being repetitive (as sometimes happens with other action series such as this one). I look forward to every volume. Reviewed from an advance reader copy provided by the publisher.
HASH(0xb4199480) out of 5 stars Ashihara does it again! Oct. 6 2015
By Kimberly Rice - Published on
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Once again, Ashihara shows his magnificent ability to draw clean, easy-to-understand fight scenes and juggle high-level, complicated strategies. There are several thrilling fights throughout the volume, introducing some engaging and likable villains. Casual readers beware, though: several chapters focus on some (currently) minor characters fighting an enemy, and it can be hard for people other than World Trigger fanatics to keep track of who's who and what they're like. Nonetheless, this is another great World Trigger volume. Ashihara really excels at making long, drawn-out battles that still engage the reader.
HASH(0xb419975c) out of 5 stars Still liking it Jan. 23 2016
By Elijah chat - Published on
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I'm still a world trigger can, a little sad that school kinda took time away from reading causing me to forget most of the book but overall the important part are awesome
HASH(0xb4199654) out of 5 stars Very fun :) Dec 4 2015
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Very fun :)