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Humans turned genetic superheroes fight crime—and compete as sponsored reality stars? Superpowered humans known as NEXT appeared in the world 45 years ago. Some of them fight crime in the city of Stern Bild while promoting their corporate sponsors on the hit show HERO TV. The people love their superheroes, even if they don’t completely understand them, and not all of the NE Humans turned genetic superheroes fight crime—and compete as sponsored reality stars? Superpowered humans known as NEXT appeared in the world 45 years ago. Some of them fight crime in the city of Stern Bild while promoting their corporate sponsors on the hit show HERO TV. The people love their superheroes, even if they don’t completely understand them, and not all of the NEXT use their powers for good. When he was a child, Barnaby lost his parents to a shadowy organization called Ouroboros. The search for his parents’ killers may lead both Barnaby and Kotetsu into a dangerous conspiracy that has wider implications for everyone in Stern Bild City. Then the heroes jump into action against rampaging mecha and renegade NEXTs and the secretive hand behind it all!


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Humans turned genetic superheroes fight crime—and compete as sponsored reality stars? Superpowered humans known as NEXT appeared in the world 45 years ago. Some of them fight crime in the city of Stern Bild while promoting their corporate sponsors on the hit show HERO TV. The people love their superheroes, even if they don’t completely understand them, and not all of the NE Humans turned genetic superheroes fight crime—and compete as sponsored reality stars? Superpowered humans known as NEXT appeared in the world 45 years ago. Some of them fight crime in the city of Stern Bild while promoting their corporate sponsors on the hit show HERO TV. The people love their superheroes, even if they don’t completely understand them, and not all of the NEXT use their powers for good. When he was a child, Barnaby lost his parents to a shadowy organization called Ouroboros. The search for his parents’ killers may lead both Barnaby and Kotetsu into a dangerous conspiracy that has wider implications for everyone in Stern Bild City. Then the heroes jump into action against rampaging mecha and renegade NEXTs and the secretive hand behind it all!

30 review for Tiger & Bunny, Vol. 3

  1. 4 out of 5

    Noran Miss Pumkin

    This series has taught me to read 2 volumes of a manga ,before giving up on it. I almost stopped in the middle of volume one. This series has grown in depth of plot lines, and character development. the art is great. They switch it up with short stories, alternating with the main story arc.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Katrina

    This one started diverging much more from the show's storyline. It follows the same essential plot but takes different paths to get there, which is interesting but makes me struggle a bit to figure out if this is meant to be canon. I can still reconcile most of the minor differences with what happens in the show (we're just seeing things that happened to Barnaby when he was offscreen), but there's a major shift in how we meet the mini-villain of this arc. Don't get me wrong, I loved this version This one started diverging much more from the show's storyline. It follows the same essential plot but takes different paths to get there, which is interesting but makes me struggle a bit to figure out if this is meant to be canon. I can still reconcile most of the minor differences with what happens in the show (we're just seeing things that happened to Barnaby when he was offscreen), but there's a major shift in how we meet the mini-villain of this arc. Don't get me wrong, I loved this version. It sets off a whole arc about Barnaby starting to slowly, reluctantly, learn how to rely on Kotetsu as his partner. I might even...like it more than the way the actual episode was set up? Or I like them both, but for different reasons. I docked one star for the confusion - trying to figure out how I felt about the changes kept pulling me out of the story - although on its own, this was really a five star volume for me. The Barnaby backstory slams in hard this time around, with an intense focus on his hunt for the group responsible for his parents' murderer. The flashbacks to teenage Barnaby are rough, but I had to pause for a while when I hit a splash page with no text and just Barnaby, as a child, drawing sheet after sheet of the symbol he saw on the hand of his parents' killer. As an adult, Barnaby's so wrapped up in his quest and his own pain that he doesn't take the time to connect with others or learn about what's going on in their lives. I loved the new scene in the taxi with Ben, Kotetsu's former boss, who tells a scoffing Barnaby that Kotetsu has struggles and problems that no one knows about. Barnaby hides his pain under a cold, distant exterior. Kotetsu masks his with humor, warmth, friendliness, and a genuine desire to see the best in everyone and help them in any way he can, even if it means setting aside his own needs. It's a perfect match, really. More than those who set them up as the first hero team probably could've ever guessed.

  3. 5 out of 5

    CJ Gibson

    If my friend wouldn’t have checked out the first three volumes for me, I would have given up on this series after the first one. Barnaby just isn’t a likable character, and in a series that flaunts a superhero duo, that ruins it. Wild Tiger is dismissed, despite being the best character, solely because of his age, and he doesn’t even seem that old. The costumes for the main two characters aren’t attractive, but I’m trying to let them grow on me. And 5 minutes of super strength/agility is a prett If my friend wouldn’t have checked out the first three volumes for me, I would have given up on this series after the first one. Barnaby just isn’t a likable character, and in a series that flaunts a superhero duo, that ruins it. Wild Tiger is dismissed, despite being the best character, solely because of his age, and he doesn’t even seem that old. The costumes for the main two characters aren’t attractive, but I’m trying to let them grow on me. And 5 minutes of super strength/agility is a pretty lame power, but it’s a good way to prevent Tiger & Bunny from being too powerful for future plot. I do like how Barnaby is starting to grow as a character, but I needed him to be likable enough in the first volume to warrant a chance. Tiger x Rose hints? Alright, there’s an age gap there but both characters are cool. Yay, we actually have plot now! Tiger & Bunny had a lot of potential when joining in on the superhero anime genre, especially when mocking the points and publicity attitudes of One Punch Man and My Hero Academia, but it failed when creating interesting characters. While the story did improve, I worry that the poor setup from the first two novels will weigh down any future development.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Russell Vitrano

    I wasn't fully convinced about this series after reading the first book, but I liked it enough to give it a chance. I'm glad I did! The second book changed a lot from the first; it almost felt like a spinoff of itself and was much better. This book was really good, too. The self - spinoff feel is taking more shape in this book; but it's also got the elements from the first book. Just as 3=2+1, this third volume feels like the second book AND the first. Good work! Want to read more!! :-) I wasn't fully convinced about this series after reading the first book, but I liked it enough to give it a chance. I'm glad I did! The second book changed a lot from the first; it almost felt like a spinoff of itself and was much better. This book was really good, too. The self - spinoff feel is taking more shape in this book; but it's also got the elements from the first book. Just as 3=2+1, this third volume feels like the second book AND the first. Good work! Want to read more!! :-)

  5. 4 out of 5

    Isaiah

    Should be rated 4.5 stars for plot development, but the blatant and throwaway racism was a tiny bit much (even if it was just a comment of someone "looking like a criminal") and the gay jokes really should make it lower. Should be rated 4.5 stars for plot development, but the blatant and throwaway racism was a tiny bit much (even if it was just a comment of someone "looking like a criminal") and the gay jokes really should make it lower.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Illy

    Definitely the best volume so far. I really like this crime mystery mixed with heroes. It’s a nice break and it’s refreshing.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Amanda Setasha Hall

    Nice art and story development overall. Characters still have separate personalities which is nice.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Rue

    Plot ★★★★★ Art ★★★★★ Characters ★★★★★ Average: 5 stars

  9. 5 out of 5

    Nicola Mansfield

    I am not an anime watcher so this series is new to me straight at the manga level and I'm really enjoying it. Very different from the usual shounen, we do have battles here but not to the death as they are being filmed for a reality TV Show, the heroes are all superheroes, most of the dialogue is light-hearted and humour abounds. However, a deeper plot is emerging and this book continues the thread picked up in the last volume with Bunny on the search for the killer of his parents. He has let Ti I am not an anime watcher so this series is new to me straight at the manga level and I'm really enjoying it. Very different from the usual shounen, we do have battles here but not to the death as they are being filmed for a reality TV Show, the heroes are all superheroes, most of the dialogue is light-hearted and humour abounds. However, a deeper plot is emerging and this book continues the thread picked up in the last volume with Bunny on the search for the killer of his parents. He has let Tiger in on his secret vendetta and the two of them are starting to get along much better; though the animosity is there. All the other heroes make cameos but this time Blue Rose and Fire Emblem are the main secondary characters again. I'd really like to see more of Rock Bison, he appeals to me and Dragon Kid shows up in this volume making me want to know his story. This volume has a great ending with the introduction of a new character who it isn't clear whether he is a hero or villain yet with a very creepy name! Great cliff-hanger ending. The only thing I don't like here is there is no beginning character intro and plot summary page. I read so much that I really appreciate that page at the beginning of all my manga!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Holly Letson

    When Kotetsu sees a familiar young girl playing piano and singing at the local bar, it turns out to be Blue Rose. Everytime this duo shows up, it activates her huge swoony crush tendacies and his paternal instincts. So, no matter how much he lectures her, she always forgives him. These two really should end up together, when she gets a little older. ---------------- On another note, Barnaby has started following leads that he has on Ouroboros, the organization that he believes to be responsible When Kotetsu sees a familiar young girl playing piano and singing at the local bar, it turns out to be Blue Rose. Everytime this duo shows up, it activates her huge swoony crush tendacies and his paternal instincts. So, no matter how much he lectures her, she always forgives him. These two really should end up together, when she gets a little older. ---------------- On another note, Barnaby has started following leads that he has on Ouroboros, the organization that he believes to be responsible for the death of his parents. But, instead of accomplishing anything, this only leads to more danger and trouble. Will getting the other heroes involved help him in this matter? Well, he is bound to find out. But, when they all overtake a local warehouse as a "team", nothing goes as planned, and Barnaby comes face-to-face with a vigilante named Lunatic, who pretends to know all the answers, but just might be behind all of the troubles of the past. And, if this Lunatic has nothing to do with it all, I get the feeling that he knows who does. ---------------------------- This volume was provided to me as an eManga by VIZ Media, via Edelweiss, in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed here are my own.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Lissibith

    Here we go. Barnaby has a tragic past, and now the details of that past come to light. As he searches for information on a group called Ouroboros, someone else is hunting him, and the other heroes. Meanwhile, something else entirely is stalking the city - a vigilante who's taking out known criminals in deadly vengeance. I really loved parts of this volume - anytime we get Tiger and Rock Bison just hanging out and being awesome old friends, I just adore it. And we get a couple pretty good scenes o Here we go. Barnaby has a tragic past, and now the details of that past come to light. As he searches for information on a group called Ouroboros, someone else is hunting him, and the other heroes. Meanwhile, something else entirely is stalking the city - a vigilante who's taking out known criminals in deadly vengeance. I really loved parts of this volume - anytime we get Tiger and Rock Bison just hanging out and being awesome old friends, I just adore it. And we get a couple pretty good scenes of teamwork among the heroes as well, which is something that I just adore in superhero stories. But the drawback is that most of this volume is dedicated to Bunny. And - please don't throw things - Bunny is just the least interesting part of Tiger and Bunny for me. I don't do well with the tortured, angsty pretty boy, and I've seen a lot of his plot points done for years in Batman (since he essentially is Batman without the Bruce Wayne alternate identity). It's not bad, and the info needs to get out there to drive the plot forward and hammer out the themes of trust and teamwork. But... eh.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Bob

    Rating: 5/5 – At long last our hopeless and hapless band of heroes has a bona-fide super-villain to contend with! Some of the best comics of my youth introduced new characters with a splashy cover and the words “But Is He…FRIEND OR FOE?!?” underneath their name. While personal favorite hero Sky High adorns the cover of this third volume, it would have been fun to see this book give that treatment for the new character who shows up to “assist” the band of regulars in the Tiger & Bunny universe. To Rating: 5/5 – At long last our hopeless and hapless band of heroes has a bona-fide super-villain to contend with! Some of the best comics of my youth introduced new characters with a splashy cover and the words “But Is He…FRIEND OR FOE?!?” underneath their name. While personal favorite hero Sky High adorns the cover of this third volume, it would have been fun to see this book give that treatment for the new character who shows up to “assist” the band of regulars in the Tiger & Bunny universe. To put it bluntly, he kills villains and that doesn’t set too well with the other heroes. I mean, do you get any extra points for killing a perpetrator? Read more.... http://comicspectrummanga.wordpress.c...

  13. 5 out of 5

    Holly

    All in all, I'm really a huge fan of Tiger & Bunny. I love superheroes and I love comics about superheroes, so there isn't a lot to hate. Tiger & Bunny is fun, smart, and has lots of cool details for the superhero fan and being accessible to newcomers to the genre. Besides that, the art is gorgeous, though it often retreads the anime and skims over certain details and changing others. Still, it's a fun read and I like that it takes a more idealistic approach to heroes rather than going the grim- All in all, I'm really a huge fan of Tiger & Bunny. I love superheroes and I love comics about superheroes, so there isn't a lot to hate. Tiger & Bunny is fun, smart, and has lots of cool details for the superhero fan and being accessible to newcomers to the genre. Besides that, the art is gorgeous, though it often retreads the anime and skims over certain details and changing others. Still, it's a fun read and I like that it takes a more idealistic approach to heroes rather than going the grim-dark route that so many devolve into nowadays; there's something to be said for reading about characters who actually feel and behave like heroes.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Tasha

    When reading a manga that has been adapted to anime (or from an anime, in this case), I’ve discovered that I prefer to read the manga first. I can’t seem to get into the story if I watched the anime first because I keep remembering the show. It’s been so long since I watched the anime for this series that I can’t remember what happened. The first couple of volumes were intro so I was still having some of that anime-flashback and couldn’t completely get into them, but I sunk a lot deeper during th When reading a manga that has been adapted to anime (or from an anime, in this case), I’ve discovered that I prefer to read the manga first. I can’t seem to get into the story if I watched the anime first because I keep remembering the show. It’s been so long since I watched the anime for this series that I can’t remember what happened. The first couple of volumes were intro so I was still having some of that anime-flashback and couldn’t completely get into them, but I sunk a lot deeper during this volume.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Kyogou

    Getting a little more promising, I enjoy the character development far more than the fact that a bunch of people running around in robotic costumes are trying to save people, partially for entertainment. Peculiar series, but now we start to see the two main characters coming around to one another, and Kotetsu is adamant about Barnaby relying on him when he needs help. Their relationship is still pretty rocky, but you can see the change happening.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Beckiezra

    It's been a while since I read the first two volumes or watched the anime, but it still seems like a fun story with nice art. We're getting more info the background of Barnaby and I'm curious about whether or not it'll end the same way as the cartoon did since sometimes they make them while the comics are still being written and they make their own endings. There are only 7 volumes available to me which doesn't seem like enough to get 20+ episodes. It's been a while since I read the first two volumes or watched the anime, but it still seems like a fun story with nice art. We're getting more info the background of Barnaby and I'm curious about whether or not it'll end the same way as the cartoon did since sometimes they make them while the comics are still being written and they make their own endings. There are only 7 volumes available to me which doesn't seem like enough to get 20+ episodes.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Lavoie

    I read the first two volumes and then watched the anime for quite a few episodes. Now I'm reading the manga again. While the first two volumes are nearly spot on to the anime, this volume diverges a bit. The story is the same, but some of the scenes are different. Which is fine because it makes it interesting and not too repetitive. Either way, I really like this series, both reading and watching. I love all of the characters and the subtext in everything. I read the first two volumes and then watched the anime for quite a few episodes. Now I'm reading the manga again. While the first two volumes are nearly spot on to the anime, this volume diverges a bit. The story is the same, but some of the scenes are different. Which is fine because it makes it interesting and not too repetitive. Either way, I really like this series, both reading and watching. I love all of the characters and the subtext in everything.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Pamela

    Actual rating 4.5

  19. 5 out of 5

    Catalina Toro

  20. 5 out of 5

    Dezzy

  21. 5 out of 5

    Ellie

  22. 5 out of 5

    S.H. Marr

  23. 5 out of 5

    Rae Lee

  24. 5 out of 5

    Ryan Johnson

  25. 5 out of 5

    Holly Fetter

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jody Mena

  27. 5 out of 5

    Laura

  28. 4 out of 5

    Larissa

  29. 5 out of 5

    Amy Hopkins

  30. 5 out of 5

    Link Simon

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