|A "Solitary King" No Longer|
|Romanized Title:||Dattsu "Kodoku no Ōsama"|
|Year Released (JP)||October 4, 2013|
|Year Released (US)||February 7, 2017 |
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List of ChaptersEdit
- Chapter 063: Something to Turn the Tides (Japanese: 流れを変える１本 Nagare o Kaeru Ippon)
- Chapter 064: Something to Turn the Tides, Take 2 (Japanese: 流れを変える１本・２ Nagare o Kaeru Ippon 2)
- Chapter 065: At Their Back (Japanese: 背中 Senaka)
- Chapter 066: "One More Time" (Japanese: ”もう１回” "Mō Ikkai")
- Chapter 067: Smile (Japanese: 笑顔 Egao)
- Chapter 068: A "Solitary King" No Longer (Japanese: 脱・“孤独の王様” Dattsu "Kodoku no Ōsama")
- Chapter 069: The Defeated (Japanese: 敗者 Haisha)
- Chapter 070: Day 3 (Japanese: ３日目 Mikkame, 3-ka-me)
- Chapter 071: A Goal and Regrets (Japanese: 後悔と目標 Kōkai to Mokuhyō)
- Special 1: Teach us! Ennoshita-senpai! (Japanese: 教えて！縁下先輩！ Oshiete! Ennoshita senpai!)
- Special 2: Kageyama-kun from class 3 (Japanese: ３組の影山君 3-Kumi no Kageyama-kun)
"Thank you for picking up Haikyū!! volume 8. It seems like rumors often become facts as they are spread around. Even if the actual facts are different, whatever is believed to be true by the most people is considered the truth. I can't help but think that, nowadays, things that seem to be true are more important than things that are actually true."
The Inter-High match between Karasuno and Aoba Johsai continues. Karasuno has dragged the game into a third set and struggles to keep up the momentum. In a desperate move, Coach Ukai decides to bring out Tadashi Yamaguchi as a pinch server! Could this be the push Karasuno needs to keep the team's hope alive and beat Aoba Johsai?
- In 2014, Haikyū!! vol. 8 ranked 69th in Japan among top-selling manga. It sold about 550,401 copies.
- In the official English manga release this volume is called "Former Lonely Tyrant."
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 http://books.shueisha.co.jp/CGI/search/syousai_put.cgi?isbn_cd=978-4-08-870820-1
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 https://www.viz.com/read/manga/product/haikyu-volume-8/12528
- ↑ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/One_Missed_Call_(2003_film)
- ↑ http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2015-01-02/top-selling-manga-in-japan-by-volume-2014/.82827