ブラッククローバー 8 [Burakku Kurōbā 8] (Black Clover, #8)
『黒の暴牛』と神官魔道士達のバトルロワイヤルの最中に突如現れた、『白夜の魔眼』幹部・『三魔眼』のヴェット。魔石を奪うために海底神殿へと侵入してきた敵に対して、マグナとラックが立ち向かう!! 圧倒的な魔力差を見せつけられた二人に、勝機はあるのか…!?

ブラッククローバー 8 [Burakku Kurōbā 8] (Black Clover, #8) Details

Titleブラッククローバー 8 [Burakku Kurōbā 8] (Black Clover, #8)
Author
LanguageJapanese
ReleaseOct 4th, 2016
PublisherShueisha
ISBN-139784088807928
Rating
GenreSequential Art, Manga, Fantasy, Magic, Shonen, Adventure

ブラッククローバー 8 [Burakku Kurōbā 8] (Black Clover, #8) Review

  • Will Robinson Jr.
    January 1, 1970
    Black clover is really picking up steam. This arc was pretty good. There were a lot of fun character moments and some great action. We get to learn more about the Black Bulls and how many of the wizards powers work. The last pages in this volume will take your breath away. Tabata is starting to make this manga feel a bit different from what you have come to expect from shonen series.
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  • Julie (Manga Maniac Cafe)
    January 1, 1970
    4 starsArt for battle sequences was kind of sloppy, but this was still a fun readfull reviewThe battle in the underwater temple rages on! The Eye of Midnight Sun appeared abruptly on the scene, in the form of Vetto. Part of a group of powerful magic users known as the Third Eye, this guy is Trouble! Can any of our intrepid heroes stand against him?!And the answer to that is – it doesn’t look like it! This entire volume is one big fight scene. The art for the battle sequences is a bit sloppy, and 4 starsArt for battle sequences was kind of sloppy, but this was still a fun readfull reviewThe battle in the underwater temple rages on! The Eye of Midnight Sun appeared abruptly on the scene, in the form of Vetto. Part of a group of powerful magic users known as the Third Eye, this guy is Trouble! Can any of our intrepid heroes stand against him?!And the answer to that is – it doesn’t look like it! This entire volume is one big fight scene. The art for the battle sequences is a bit sloppy, and I had to give extra attention to some panels in order to understand what the heck was going on. There are so many speed lines, and explosive effects, and screen tone in general that the panels are cluttered and difficult to understand. This is the first time in the series that I’ve really felt out of my depth, and therefore distanced from the action.Getting back to the story, I really enjoyed it. Most of the Black Bulls who traveled to the temple, as well as their new temple priest buddies, are drawn into this impossible fight. Yami and the high priest are trapped by the high priest’s spatial magic, and can’t leave until the contest is over. Oh, noes!! How can the Black Bulls emerge victorious with their strongest fighter, as well as their mentor and leader, trapped outside of the battle?Things look really, really grim, as one by one, the Black Bulls are defeated. Then Asta, Noelle, Kahono, Vanessa, and Finral make their last stand. And it’s a doozy. Asta’s never say die attitude rallies the troops, but for how long? I was excited to see Noelle’s powers on display, as desperation makes her let loose – finally! Will they beat Vetto? I don’t know for sure, but make sure that you have volume 9 near at hand to find out!Grade: 4 stars
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  • Ashley
    January 1, 1970
    Black Clover volume 8: Despair vs. Hope throws us headfirst into the battle in which the Black Bulls and the Priests of the underwater temple team up to take down Vetto, the beast magic user from the Eye of the Midnight Sun. But with mage after mage failing to take him down, two members we previously wrote off as useless begin to shine. Let’s break it down.Asta and Noelle struggle a lot this volume. The fact of the matter is that even though they are strong, neither of them have the strength to Black Clover volume 8: Despair vs. Hope throws us headfirst into the battle in which the Black Bulls and the Priests of the underwater temple team up to take down Vetto, the beast magic user from the Eye of the Midnight Sun. But with mage after mage failing to take him down, two members we previously wrote off as useless begin to shine. Let’s break it down.Asta and Noelle struggle a lot this volume. The fact of the matter is that even though they are strong, neither of them have the strength to take down Vetto - or at least, the two of them alone don’t. It was nice to see Noelle finally gain some confidence in her self as she unlocked a new attack spell - Sea Dragon’s Roar and man did it pack a hell of a punch. It was disappointing that it wasn’t enough, but it was also realistic. Vetto has years of experience and battle knowledge. If Noelle had taken him down with that one hit, I would have been pissed.Luck and Magna are a powerful and dangerous team, so I was surprised when they got taken down so easily! But it gives us some major insight into just how dangerous these members of the Eye of the Midnight Sun are. Kiato and Kahono are adorable and I love the bond they have with each other. Even though I’m not the biggest fan of Kahono, for some reason I took to Kiato quite well. I found him much more enjoyable than his sister, even though both are great characters.Finral and Vanessa are the real underdogs of the volume! When these two get serious? It was scary. Vanessa’s string magic was surprisingly useful, and once Finral started putting in the work, his spatial magic became way more useful than just being used for travel! We also saw a bit of Finral’s background and it seems he is the way he is because he doesn’t like violence - and that was a point in his favor as far as I’m concerned. It said his brother is he vice captain of the Golden Dawn, I wonder if we’ll meet him someday. And it hints that Vanessa left her home, but doesn’t expand much on it. This volume was a major step up from the last! A full 5 out of 5 stars.
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  • Robyn
    January 1, 1970
    The whole volume centers around fighting Vetto. It gets everyone currently in the Temple game involved. Not letting Yami get involved is kind of a lame way to force everyone to "power up" but whatever... because Noelle finally learns an attack spell!! To defend her new friend none the less. She could be so powerful if she could gain confidence in herself. Kahoko is bringing out something of a better person in her and I like seeing her not acting like a spoiled royal. Vanessa's magic is really in The whole volume centers around fighting Vetto. It gets everyone currently in the Temple game involved. Not letting Yami get involved is kind of a lame way to force everyone to "power up" but whatever... because Noelle finally learns an attack spell!! To defend her new friend none the less. She could be so powerful if she could gain confidence in herself. Kahoko is bringing out something of a better person in her and I like seeing her not acting like a spoiled royal. Vanessa's magic is really interesting. Asta is basically turned into a marionette at this point, and we'll see if it's enough to beat Vetto.
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  • littlecornerofjp
    January 1, 1970
    This volume is where it solidified my love for this story. Talk about simultaneous character development. I like how the focus are equally distributed to the multitude of characters. And the fact the the main protagonist is still the center of everything , but the author made it that it's not too overbearing. Kudos to this volume.
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  • Evelyn
    January 1, 1970
    Whew...this volume is just one big fight that last the entire length of the book. It's like reading Naruto or One Piece. Up and down goes the intense raging battle and you don't wanna put it down.
  • Dorcas
    January 1, 1970
    Following the action sequences for this volume was pretty confusing. Also, it all focused on fighting one mysterious dude who I don't even recall from the previous volume.I'm looking forward to when the anime comes out in October so that some of this might get cleared up.
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  • Rebecca
    January 1, 1970
    This series continues to be interesting not because it's made up almost entirely of tropes and themes lifted whole-hog from other, similar titles, but because it manages to use them well enough that it doesn't matter.Full review eventually appearing on ANN.
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  • Amanda Kern
    January 1, 1970
    Good bookPlease remember manga are read differently from most books. I really enjoyed this and will be buying the next volume.
  • Addy
    January 1, 1970
    The writing's as terrible as ever, but there's something just so uplifting about this manga 😆
  • Elinor
    January 1, 1970
    j'aime toujours autant ce shonen, par contre ça reste très classique pour l'instant
  • Andrea Koopaloop
    January 1, 1970
    ch 63-71
  • Arthur
    January 1, 1970
    I LOVE THIS SERIES UGH
  • Shawna
    January 1, 1970
    I NEED THE NEXT BOOK!! DOES HE WIN!?!?!?
  • Calvinist Batman
    January 1, 1970
    Man, book 1 sucked and 7 volumes later it’s some of the best action scenes I’ve read. So good.
  • Shawnie Nicole
    January 1, 1970
    Asta!!!! That was everything!
  • Amy
    January 1, 1970
    Well, don't judge me, I binge read this in one day. Typical shonen, very troupey, tbh, but since i'm quite a fan of this genre, so it doesn't matter much. This series is fun and uplifting. It is unbelievably predictable, but the characters are too lovable that this can be overseen. I'm intrigued to know more about the other members of black bull. I'll just be Chamy, chilling around and eat all the food that i like. 3.5 stars for this series for now. I hope it progresses in a diverse way so that Well, don't judge me, I binge read this in one day. Typical shonen, very troupey, tbh, but since i'm quite a fan of this genre, so it doesn't matter much. This series is fun and uplifting. It is unbelievably predictable, but the characters are too lovable that this can be overseen. I'm intrigued to know more about the other members of black bull. I'll just be Chamy, chilling around and eat all the food that i like. 3.5 stars for this series for now. I hope it progresses in a diverse way so that it would be able to outshine it's other opponents, haha. I love the art style, super adorable.
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