Haikyu!! It is ok nowadays not exclusively did the arrangement make a rebound this year with season four, yet Haikyu!! is edging nearer to its end constantly. At present, the manga has entered its last arc because of a great time skip, so fans have come to envision another chapter weekly.
Shonen Jump affirmed Haikyu!! won’t push out another part this week. The manga will continue production one week from now after arrangement maker Haruichi Furudate became sick. The maker has been not able to take a shot at the new part subsequent to falling debilitated.
That implies Weekly Shonen Jump will avoid its arrival of Haikyuu this week and push the part to Sunday, February 16. The craftsman buckles down on Haikyu!! consistently and has done as such throughout recent years.
Fans can begin sharing their forecasts for what will go down. The manga is thick into a period skirt that followed the entirety of the Karasuno group a long time into what’s to come. With the players either in school or preparing, Hinata went to prepare in Brazil and has to get back to join a group.
Anime‘s official description is:
“Junior high school student Shōyō Hinata gains a sudden love of volleyball after seeing a national championship match on TV. Although short in height, he becomes determined to follow in the footsteps of a star player, nicknamed the “Little Giant”, after seeing his plays. However, his dreams are destroyed in his first official match, where his team suffers a crushing defeat against the Junior championship favorite team, which includes the so-called “King of the Court” Tobio Kageyama.
Hinata vows to follow in the footsteps of the “Little Giant” and enter Karasuno High School to defeat Kageyama, only for the two to wind up as unlikely teammates. By combining the genius-like qualities of Kageyama with Hinata’s sheer athleticism, the duo creates a brand-new volleyball tactic. Their new combo allows them to get over their differences and creates a strange alliance between the two filled with fun and laughter for them and their teammates. Thus begins the Karasuno boys’ volleyball team’s journey to the top.”
“(C) Haruichi Furudate, Shueisha / “Haikyu!!” Production Committee“