Haikyu!! has won over fans of the sports manga genre. The incredible character growth that it shows throughout the manga has proved its worth. What is unique about Haikyu!! is that it doesn’t only focus on a few main characters but also players from opposing teams. The daily life of Haikyu!! fans include being agonized by waves upon waves of cute guys from different teams.
Of course, the running jokes in the manga are also scene-stealers. I mean, who hasn’t repeated “Hinata boge!!” in their head, at least once?
The official Twitter account of Weekly Shonen Jump revealed that the Let’s! Haikyu!? manga will undergo a “serialization revival” and feature in the Shonen Jump + app.
Haikyu!!'s gag spin-off Let's! Haikyū!? is having a "serialization revival" in Shonen Jump+ App to commemorate the upcoming Haikyu!!: TO THE TOP 2nd Cour anime broadcasting. pic.twitter.com/DBjp9gaBke
— Weekly Shonen Jump (@WSJ_manga) September 24, 2020
Let’s! Haikyuu!? is a comedy spinoff of the original Haikyuu!! manga. It is being revived to maintain the upcoming Haikyuu!! season 4, part 2 anime.
The Haikyu!! manga ended this July. Although it had an uplifting ending, fans are no doubt missing the boys and their antics. Shueisha has thus come up with the perfect plan to keep fans engaged. Since it is a gag manga, it will keep the fans from getting bored while waiting for the anime.
Let’s! Haikyu!? is a comedy 4-koma spinoff of Haikyu!!. It boasts a humorous retelling of the original story from the manga. It contains the same characters but in a somewhat chibi form. The stories are silly and light-hearted.
Haikyu!! To The Top cour 2 will be broadcasted from 2nd October. The series has already taken several promotional steps for the upcoming anime. A collaboration with the Tobu zoo has also been organized in October.
Haikyu!! is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Haruichi Furudate. Its publication in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump began in February 2012 with 42 collected tankōbon volumes released.
Hinata Shoyo is a highly passionate boy who wishes to follow the steps of his idol, ‘The Little Giant’ in the field of volleyball.
Hinata’s resolve is unbreakable as he faces gruesome defeat at the hands of the ‘King of the Court,’ a genius prodigy setter Kageyama Tobio in middle school. Hinata’s dreams take fruit as he enters high school.
He joins the declining volleyball team of Karasuno High and is appalled to find the very same Kageyama as his teammate.
The story follows the revival of Karasuno High and the unity they maintain to pave their way for nationals.