Set of all 100 current volumes comes with special celebratory goods, and the chance to win more. I was a little disappointed, but not all that surprised that boxing series Fighting Spirit (originally Hajime no Ippo ) didn't really catch on in the US. Aside from being a sports title, it was all about burly dudes fighting and training and sweating with hardly a single female character in sight, which is pretty much the kiss of the death in the North American anime and manga market.
Hajime no Ippo manga - read Hajime no Ippo manga chapters for free, but no downloading Hajime no Ippo manga chapters required. The following is a list of chapters of the Hajime no Ippo manga serialized in Weekly Shonen. Man I love Ippo, it made want to be a boxer. Lol. By the way Nemu. When do you think it will come out in America? I really have no idea what. Hajime No Ippo. Volume 1 Ler Online - *Completo* Download: 6912. Volume 2. 149 - O tesouro de Gero-michi. Round 150 - O golpe das lágrimas no fígado.
But overseas and around the world, the story of timid, bullied Ippo Makunouchi growing from a shrinking violet to a fierce-yet-humble boxing champion has earned countless fans since its start in 1989. The manga will be reaching its 100th volume this coming July, one of the longest-running manga in history (for the record, this is the longest-running manga ever). Fans willing to plunk down the cash for a full set of volumes 1-100 will receive a special set of five posters featuring important matches from the series, and will be entered in a drawing where five lucky winners will win one of the high-quality Hajime no Ippo Real Figures, featuring main character Ippo Makunouchi, his cool-headed rival Ichiro Miyata, and arrogant bear-punching world champion Mamoru Takamura. So far, there are no details on the actual price of the hundred-volume set, but I'd be lying if I said I wasn't considering getting this--I wouldn't mind having doubles of a few volumes. I know we've got a couple Hajime no Ippo / Fighting Spirit fans here--what do all of you think about this? Do you think the series deserves a second chance being licensed in North America. Thanks to gigantor21 for the tip.
Ever tried to find a specific event in Hajime no Ippo and fail spectacularly? In a series of approximately 1000 chapters, that is not unusual.