食戟のソーマ 25 [Shokugeki no Souma 25] (Food Wars: Shokugeki no Soma, #25)
始まった「連隊食戟」! 敗れた仲間の想いを背負い、創真・一色・女木島の3人が先陣を切る! 創真が強運(?)で引き当てたテーマ食材は「そば」。対戦者・紀ノ国の必殺料理でもある食材に、どう挑むのか!?

食戟のソーマ 25 [Shokugeki no Souma 25] (Food Wars: Shokugeki no Soma, #25) Details

Title食戟のソーマ 25 [Shokugeki no Souma 25] (Food Wars: Shokugeki no Soma, #25)
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LanguageJapanese
ReleaseJul 4th, 2017
Publisher集英社
ISBN-139784088811826
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GenreSequential Art, Manga, Comics Manga, Shonen, Young Adult, Food and Drink, Cooking, Food

食戟のソーマ 25 [Shokugeki no Souma 25] (Food Wars: Shokugeki no Soma, #25) Review

  • Lara
    January 1, 1970
    Man, there was so much I liked in this one. And a lot of the focus is on the mysterious and super awesome Isshiki, who is one of my faves. He and Yukihira together are like total magic!
  • Ashley
    January 1, 1970
    Shokugeki no Soma - Food Wars! Volume 25: How The Drop Outs Live brings us two fantastic battes in the form of Soma vs Kinokuni and Isshiki vs Julio! Let’s break it down.Soma vs Kinokuni was quite an interesting battle - Kinokuni’s clear skill with soba is quite evident, and we also got some background to the beef between her and Isshiki, which was nice also. But despite the fact he’s facing her down in her specialty, Soma is unbothered and doesn’t let it keep him from doing his best! In a stran Shokugeki no Soma - Food Wars! Volume 25: How The Drop Outs Live brings us two fantastic battes in the form of Soma vs Kinokuni and Isshiki vs Julio! Let’s break it down.Soma vs Kinokuni was quite an interesting battle - Kinokuni’s clear skill with soba is quite evident, and we also got some background to the beef between her and Isshiki, which was nice also. But despite the fact he’s facing her down in her specialty, Soma is unbothered and doesn’t let it keep him from doing his best! In a strange turn of events he decides to fry his soba, something that is usually looked down upon, yet it is this that saves him when his fried soba goes up against cold soba with tempura side. She failed to consider one very important thing, and it costs her the match in a surprising upset.Isshiki vs Julio was my favorite of the showdowns in the volume. Isshiki completely loses it this volume as he finally takes this battle seriously after Julio insults Polaris dorm. I’ve never seen him so angry and he completely wiped the floor with Julio.Megishima vs Kaburagi is literally over in a flash as we don’t even get to see the former 3rd seat completely wipe the floor with this girl!Kuga is throwing down a gauntlet that I’m not sure he’s going to be able to reclaim! But I think him vs Tsukasa would be a fantastic battle...This was an action packed volume and I quite enjoyed the two battles we saw. Could have done with the commentary from the emcee girl. 3.75 out of 5 stars.
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  • Helen
    January 1, 1970
    Satoshi is officially the best character in this series!The regimental shokugeki is off to a rousing start. Soma, as usual, manages to do the unlikely -- best another chef at their own specialty -- due to those plot twists that we see coming but still can't wait to see what exactly will unfold.Satoshi is his usual creepy-but-so-charming self that you just can't help but like him. He makes his eel dish using ingredients that were created by the Polaris dormmates, taken without their permission (" Satoshi is officially the best character in this series!The regimental shokugeki is off to a rousing start. Soma, as usual, manages to do the unlikely -- best another chef at their own specialty -- due to those plot twists that we see coming but still can't wait to see what exactly will unfold.Satoshi is his usual creepy-but-so-charming self that you just can't help but like him. He makes his eel dish using ingredients that were created by the Polaris dormmates, taken without their permission ("stolen by my own two hands" is what he says, I believe). For example, he uses sake made by Marui (knowledge specialist) and Ryoko (fermentation specialist), cheese made by Yoshi and Ikumi, and...wood chips (? I forget) from the labors of smoking specialist Shun and the two secondary characters who helped him carry in the wood. It's utterly ridiculous, but of course, works out perfectly for Satoshi. Apparently that man is a beast. He has special culinary skills and has been holding back this whole time.The judges, who are experts from the World Gourmet Organization, applaud both Soma's and Satoshi's efforts. The third win, between two more secondary characters, gives the rebels a clean sweep of the first round. I have to admit I thought the secondary-character rebel would lose, but hey...maybe they'll need him for future plotlines, or at least for the second or third round of the regimental. I'm excited to see what will happen next!
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  • Min Yee
    January 1, 1970
    This volume is like another climax. Sometimes, you probably can guess who will be the winner in every battle but you just wondering how it works. But every time the story is so convincing and you have to accept the reasons of the winning.Book Journal: Food Wars Vol. 25: How the Drop-Outs Live by Yuto Tsukuda.
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  • Evelyn
    January 1, 1970
    We finally get to see Isshiki-senpai fight seriously~! Oh happy day, not only does he get angry, but we get to see him as a tiny baby~! So freakin’ cute~! He’s the seventh seat for a reason and I’m officially giving him a chef nickname: The Dragon of the West. (You’ll understand when you read it. And yes, he deserves the same nickname as Uncle Iroh.)Oh yeah, Soma goes up against Isshiki-senpai’s childhood friend, Nene Kinokuni.
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  • TinTin Kalaw
    January 1, 1970
    Picking up where S03E23-24 ended! :D
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