World Trigger, Vol. 4 by Daisuke Ashihara

World Trigger, Vol. 4

Destroy thy Neighbor! A gate to another dimension has burst open, and invincible monsters called Neighbors invade Earth. Osamu Mikumo may not be the best among the elite warriors who co-opt other-dimensional technology to fight back, but along with his Neighbor friend Yuma, he’ll do whatever it takes to defend life on Earth as we know it.Should Border, Earth’s defense agency, admit a Neighbor into their ranks? Jin and Arashiyama Squad think s...

Details World Trigger, Vol. 4

TitleWorld Trigger, Vol. 4
Release DateFeb 3rd, 2015
PublisherVIZ Media LLC
GenreSequential Art, Manga, Science Fiction, Graphic Novels, Shonen, Young Adult, Comics Manga

Reviews World Trigger, Vol. 4

  • Akylina
    My Japanese friend very eagerly lent me the first 4 volumes of this manga, which she professed is her absolute favourite series, but I have been having some difficulty getting into it as much as she is. The premise is interesting, the characters are rather stereotypical but fun, but something is missing for me. Not quite sure if I will keep on with the rest of the series.
  • Sarah ~Sehrenity~
    Still love the characters and world in this one. Good stuff!
  • Selena
    This team is comically overpowered. I love it.
  • Collin Carefoot
    Interesting to get a little more detail of how the triggers work. Now that they've introduced a rank system we are bound to start seeing evil human Neighbors, like Yuma.
  • Nicholas Driscoll
    I liked this volume even more! Exciting but not overly long fights, interesting aspects of intrigue, fights that have at least some elements of strategy. It made me smile!
  • Galion Public Library Teens
    Review by D.H. : "I liked how much work the main characters did to be promoted to the next rank. My dad and my sister [would like this]."
  • Amanda Setasha Hall
    It's a pretty good and interesting volume. Definitely keeps you pulled to it. It wasn't my favorite story wise so far though.
  • Online Eccentric Librarian
    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog World Trigger gets better and better with each volume. Contrasting the quieter moments of volume 3, this volume 4 is non stop action. author Ashihara makes great use of his cast of characters and brings them into play at interesting moments. There aren't any throw aways here - 20+ characters and they are all an intrinsic part of a big picture being built here. We haven't s...
  • Beckiezra
    Maybe deserving of a 5 based on how many strangled elephant noises I made while reading it. The flow wasn't great though, switching rather unconvincingly between the big fight and Shiori teaching about triggers. The interludes on triggers seemed forced and unnecessary, they didn't correlate very well with the fighting. The artist information pages on triggers were badly placed as well, it left me more confused. I definitely feel like there's been...
  • Aleece
    Yuma, Osamu and Chika begin to learn more about Border Triggers (and while Osamu is already an agent he even learns something new as well). In the meantime Jin and Arashiyama's team face off against elite forces that Kido sent in order to retrieve Yuma's Black Trigger.This was an action filled volume and there are a couple twists that I didn't see coming that made it even more interesting and shocking as they unfolded. I can't wait to continue th...
  • Rebecca
    While the sheer number of named characters who all look vaguely similar is getting to be a problem, the plot of this series is really heating up. Jin's defense of Yuma (as one of the few who know his true history) is heroic, particularly when you consider that even if the Border HQ knew what was going on they wouldn't be likely to care. How much is because of his precognition and how much is because he's a nice guy remains to be seen, keeping him...
  • Jennifer
    This volume is awesome for action/fighting, although ti was a bit much with the info-dumps about the different types of abilities that people can have using magic trion (which should be familiar to anyone who has played a traditional RPG). At least for the, the number of side characters is getting to the breaking point, especially since the best way to tell everyone apart is hairstyles, and the creator is running out of different styles (the guy ...
  • はやて 芬
    Awesome. getting even better. izumi's appearance :) plus some other new characters. love the way the mangaka did the character introduction and development. Can't wait for the anime. So good that i won't stop re-reading.
  • Gervan
    4.5/5Probably my favorite volume so far. I love how things just keep getting more and more exciting! Also, the way they paralleled the explanation of the different types of Triggers with the major fight was pretty neat.
  • Dru
    The highlight of this volume was a massive action scene involving a bunch of new characters in different locations across the city. Felt it was paced and drawn pretty well and I enjoyed this volume the most of the first four.
  • Piggyblock9 Way Biersack Quinn Sykes Dunn Joseph Urie
    :) :o BD XD gooooooooooodddddddddd still, need to order the rest though