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Hayate the Combat Butler, Vol. 31 Paperback – February 13, 2018
"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Pre-order today
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About the Author
Without ever receiving any kind of manga award, Kenjiro Hata's first series Umi no Yuusha Lifesavers was published in Shonen Sunday Super. Hayate the Combat Butler is currently serialized in Weekly Shonen Sunday.
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In this volume 2 main characters appear, Wataru Tachibana and his maid Saki Kijima!
I just love them! ^_^
Wataru Tachibana is a smart kid who works in rental Anime DVD store with his maid.
He loves Isumi who is very dorky outside but smart inside.
Hayate(16) and Maria (16) always look after the children and their troubles, but luckily those 'children' are already mature altough they're only 13, and they're even trying to get more mature with life and love! they're adorable and cute.
There are more story details in this volume. Besides the funny-mini storylines ^_^
Hayate the Combat Butler has really grown on me over these 3 released volumes and has actually become one of my favorite manga. The wit is razor-sharp and would actually appeal more to an adult reader instead of a kid. While its comedy is over the top such as involving talking tigers and psychotic robots, it never becomes just wacky for the sake of wackiness. Kenjiro Hata constructs the comedy bits very well. One of the funnier bits is a chapter where Hayate and Nagi visit an amusement park...in her backyard! When Hayate mentions it looks like Neverland, we even get to see a manga version of Michael Jackson (who actually LOOKS like a manga character anyway!). All is not well as the park mascots attempt to kill Hayate! This series is great and will keep you laughing the whole way through. Try it out.
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