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JUMP SQUARE 2020 September review

I’m a fan of The Prince of Tennis and World Trigger, and this issue was a tearjerker for both of them…

 

Prince of Tennis

It turns out that Tezuka’s arm strain is zero. The strain on his arm was the number one concern and concern for fans. I finally feel like I can enjoy his tennis game without worrying about this day.

 

But the excitement didn’t stop there. It was Yukimura’s fundamental power.
Like Tezuka, he is also a genius player, but the development of a genius of his caliber who plays with an obsession of never giving up is as thought-provoking as those who know his past.

 

World Trigger

In this issue, the Hiura team members will graduate from the Nasu team and go their separate ways.
We are going to say goodbye and meet each other someday.

We had a new encounter in this issue. It was a C-class member, Natsume, who made a promise to join the Nasu squad. It had been discussed for some time that Natsume would join the Nasu Squadron, but it felt natural and good that he was promised to join at this time. Most importantly, Natsume has experienced a large scale invasion and has been evaluated by a higher level sniper, so he must do a good job if he is promoted to B class and joins the Nasu Squadron.

That being said, the most impressive thing was Katori’s wire, the wire has been discussed a lot on the internet so far, but a lot of people seemed to think it was nonsense to hit people. I once suggested on the internet that it would be interesting if Yuma shot a wire at someone and used it as a weapon, but it was rejected by many people.

Because of that, Katori’s use of the wire this time was already great and perfect.