"Valvrave" Manga To Explore Point of View of Raizo "Thunder" Yamada

Karega Tsuchiya manga runs in "Jump Square"

Did you feel that high school tough guy Raizo "Thunder" Yamada got enough screen time in the Valvrave anime? Well, that belligerent supporting character is about to briefly be promoted to protagonist with Karega Tsuchiya's VVV manga doing a "Valvrave the Liberator - Record of the Bancho Thunder."


Based on designs by Hoshino Katsura, the story running in Jump Square 19 vol 9, on sale this week, explores Thunder's friendship with Nobu and drive to pilot the Valvrave 3/VVV-III "Hikaminari."


Some bonus Thunda designs



and Blu-ray art


The issue of Jump SQ


Scott Green is editor and reporter for anime and manga at geek entertainment site Ain't It Cool News. Follow him on Twitter at @aicnanime.


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