Blue lock volume 17 is a popular Japanese Manga series. It is written by Muneyuki Kaneshiro and directed by Yusuke Nomura. This series is published by Kodansha. It is a thriller Manga series.
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Blue Lock Volume 17: Highlights
Table of Contents
In 2018, the Japanese national team completed 16th in the FIFA World Cup. As a consequence, the Japanese Football Union recruit the soccer enigma Ego Jinpachi. His full-proofed idea to lead the way to Japan to renown is Blue Lock, a training administration planned to make the world’s largest egotist striker.
Those who fail Blue Lock will never again be allowed to represent Japan. Yoichi Isagi, an unrevealed high school student, choose to join the scheme in order to become the best and most unique player in the world.
Blue Lock volume 17: Release Date
The English translations of this popular Japanese Manga series will be released on March 16, 2022. It has been published in Kodansha’s Weekly Shōnen Magazine since August 2018. An anime adaptation of this series will also be released.
Blue Lock Volume 17: Spoilers
After failing to win the World Cup, there’s a disruption in the Japanese Soccer group. Most of the elderly backers of the sport aren’t too disrupted by the shortage of medals, but foreigner Anri Teiri is fierce and she is resolved to attach what she sees as the difficulty with Japanese players.
To that end, she appointed maverick instructor Jinpachi Ego, who plans an unusual yet meticulous strategy: he takes the three hundred best young soccer players in the country, and sends them to a state-of-the-art teaching facility, and shave them down till he has the complete best striker in the country.
Where to Read the Manga Online
You can read this series on Viz Media’s official website. Manga series gained huge popularity during the lockdown period. People now prefer to watch more Manga series. Manga series are like Comics and comics never bore anyone. Reading comics can be stress-free.
Blue Lock Volume 17: Major Characters
- Yoichi Isagi
- Meguru Bachira
- Rensuke Kunigami
- Hyōma Chigiri
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