World Trigger, Vol. 4

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  • World Trigger, Vol. 4
  • Daisuke Ashihara
  • English
  • 07 March 2019
  • 1421577674

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World Trigger, Vol. 4World Trigger, Vol. 4 Kindle ç World Trigger, world mobile, trigger, download, vol. ebok, World Trigger, free, World Trigger, Vol. 4World Trigger, Vol. 4 eBookDestroy thy Neighbor A gate to another dimension has burst open, and invincible monsters called Neighbors invade Earth Osamu Mikumo may not be the best among the elite warriors who co opt other dimensional technology to fight back, but along with his Neighbor friend Yuma, he ll do whatever it takes to defend life on Earth as we know itShould Border, Earth s defense agency, admit a Neighbor into their ranks Jin and Arashiyama Squad think World Trigger, PDF/EPUB ² so, and they clash against headquarters top agents to preserve Yuma s right to enlist After the brutal fight against his friends and peers, Jin makes an unimaginable sacrifice to put an end to the hostility and protect Yuma s future at Border.

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10 thoughts on “World Trigger, Vol. 4

  1. Akylina says:

    My Japanese friend very eagerly lent me the first 4 volumes of this manga, which she professed is her absolute favourite series, but I have been having some difficulty getting into it as much as she is The premise is interesting, the characters are rather stereotypical but fun, but something is missing for me Not quite sure if I will keep on with the rest of the series.

  2. Sarah ~Sehrenity~ says:

    Still love the characters and world in this one Good stuff

  3. Selena says:

    This team is comically overpowered I love it.

  4. Evelyn says:

    Time for another info dump This time we get a crash course on how Border triggers work and the different types of triggers available.However, this lesson on awesome tech is overlaid onto an awesome battle between Jin S Arashiyama Squad A5 and a mish mash team A1, A2, A3, and A7 sent by Commander Kido to capture Yuma s black trigger This part only covers the Attacker and Gunner weapons Sniper equipment gets explained later and it s hilarious Also, Jin s black trigger is so cool Time for another info dump This time we get a crash course on how Border triggers work and the different types of triggers available.However, this lesson on awesome tech is overlaid onto an awesome battle between Jin S Arashiyama Squad A5 and a mish mash team A1, A2, A3, and A7 sent by Commander Kido to capture Yuma s black trigger This part only covers the Attacker and Gunner weapons Sniper equipment gets explained later and it s hilarious Also, Jin s black trigger is so cool Although, I gotta admit that it s a bit surreal to see Border fights because people get their arms and legs blown off or their head sliced in two But they re fine because it s a trion body and not their actual body This is why I have trouble believing that death is real and permanent in other shows, like Game of Thrones

  5. Collin Carefoot says:

    Interesting to get a littledetail of how the triggers work Now that they ve introduced a rank system we are bound to start seeing evil human Neighbors, like Yuma.

  6. Nicholas Driscoll says:

    I liked this volume evenExciting but not overly long fights, interesting aspects of intrigue, fights that have at least some elements of strategy It made me smile

  7. Galion Public Library Teens says:

    Review by D.H I liked how much work the main characters did to be promoted to the next rank My dad and my sister would like this.

  8. Amanda Setasha Hall says:

    It s a pretty good and interesting volume Definitely keeps you pulled to it It wasn t my favorite story wise so far though.

  9. Sara says:

    Most of this volume is the fight between several squads on a mission to steal Yuma s black trigger In the end, Jin fights most of them off with his black trigger He then brokers a deal with Headquarters to make sure Yuma will be allowed to enlist as a border agent The day finally arrives, and Yuma stuns all the new recruits and trainers with record times trials Amatori impresses a trainer with her skills as a sniper.The action scenes for the first half of this volume were a little confusing Most of this volume is the fight between several squads on a mission to steal Yuma s black trigger In the end, Jin fights most of them off with his black trigger He then brokers a deal with Headquarters to make sure Yuma will be allowed to enlist as a border agent The day finally arrives, and Yuma stuns all the new recruits and trainers with record times trials Amatori impresses a trainer with her skills as a sniper.The action scenes for the first half of this volume were a little confusing to follow, mostly because of the names of squad members getting mixed around in my head There are character lists in the front of the volumes, and every so often a spotlight page on the squads, so that can help with some of the confusion I thought it clever that the mangaka used side by side narration of training the new recruits on types of triggers and the battle sequences to show the triggers in action Sara s Rating 9 10Suitability Level Grades 7 12Readgraphic novel reviews at www.graphiclibrary.org

  10. Online Eccentric Librarian says:

    More reviews and no fluff on the blog World Trigger gets better and better with each volume Contrasting the quieter moments of volume 3, this volume 4 is non stop action author Ashihara makes great use of his cast of characters and brings them into play at interesting moments There aren t any throw aways here 20 characters and they are all an intrinsic part of a big picture being built here We haven t seen the neighbors attack in awhile and the subMore reviews and no fluff on the blog World Trigger gets better and better with each volume Contrasting the quieter moments of volume 3, this volume 4 is non stop action author Ashihara makes great use of his cast of characters and brings them into play at interesting moments There aren t any throw aways here 20 characters and they are all an intrinsic part of a big picture being built here We haven t seen the neighbors attack in awhile and the subtle shift of human politics continue to intrigue Right now, it s really about expanding on the characters and trion attributes abilities.Story The battle to save the new recruits begins The full range of Jin s black trigger will come into play as he battles to prevent Yuma s trigger from being stolen Snipers, gunners, and attacks will all have their moments as Jin enlists the help of a rival division To save his crew, Jin may have to give up the thing most important to him But for someone who can see the future, that may be exactly what he wants to do Meanwhile, the trio will have to hold their own during official border enlistment day.Most of the book is non stop action Jin s defender group s tactics used to describe the different type of trigger weapons ammo Ashihara creatively brings all the different types into play and makes smart use of the battles to both elucidate and thrill At the heart, though, is Jin s rare black trigger and precog ability As Jin battles, the trio are getting mentoring from the Border A class agents Yuma and Chika still show hidden talent and Osamu still struggles Of course, Osamu s greatest asset is his leadership skills but he won t come to recognize that yet But it is fun watching Yuma take names as he destroys his competition at the enlistment battles This volume ends just as the battles begin but clearly the next volume won t be about surprising abilities so much as players moving around on the big chessboard Ashihara has set up Every time I think I know where this story will go, it subtly shifts by bringing in a character who changes everything.Kudos to Viz for picking up this title After four volumes, it s still going strong and keeping me completely hooked Can t wait for volume 5 Reviewed from an ARC