Eyeshield 21 Manga List

A complete list of all Eyeshield 21 Manga Volumes by Riichiro Inagaki (Author) & Yusuke Murata (Illustrator), published by Viz Media, along with links to buy on Amazon.

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Wimpy Sena Kobayakawa has been running away from bullies all his life. But when the football gear comes on, things change–Sena’s speed and uncanny ability to elude big bullies just might give him what it takes to become a great high school football hero! Catch all the bone-crushing action and slapstick comedy of Japan’s hottest football manga!

Eyeshield 21, Volume 1: The Boy with the Golden Legs

What does a wimpy kid who’s been bullied all his life have to depend on but his own two feet? Sena Kobayakawa is about to start his first year in high school and he’s vowed not to get picked on anymore. Unfortunately, the sadistic captain of the football team already has his eye on Sena and his lightning-fast speed.

Eyeshield 21, Vol. 2

The second game of the season finds Sena and the Devilbats lined up against the champion White Knights. Big and ferocious, the Knights feature a squad of the toughest kids in high school. Will Sena wimp out of this one or will he break through the Knights’ defense to see daylight? And what’s the deal with the Devilbats’ center? Will we ever find out why his head is shaped like a chestnut?

Eyeshield 21, Vol. 3

Sena faces a brick wall in the form of hulking über-athlete, Shin, of the White Knights. Rather than run away, Sena runs at full speed, straight at this exciting new challenge! But will Sena’s frail body hold up to all the brain-jostling tackles that Shin dishes out?

Eyeshield 21, Vol. 4

The Devil Bats face off against the Chamelons–a team of ruthless delinquents. But when fragile Sena goes up against the Chameleon’s sinister ace linebacker, who will be intimidating whom?

Eyeshield 21, Vol. 5

Powerful

The Devil Bats finagle their way into a game against the behemoth-like Taiyo Sphinx. The winners will get a chance to scrimmage against a high school championship team in the United States. Will Sena and crew be able to break down the Sphinx’s invincible “pyramid” front line and send them crying home to their mummies?

Eyeshield 21, Vol. 6

The Devil Bats are going to feel like dancing for joy if they can beat Banba and his hulking team, the Taiyo Sphinx. Sena and crew have held their own in the first half, but they’re going to have to come up with something really special to defeat this bunch of bruisers. And don’t forget, the winner of this game gets to play against a championship team from the United States!

Eyeshield 21, Vol. 7

The American team cancels the big game against the Devil Bats for no apparent reason–but with a bit of creative video editing, Hiruma “convinces” them to change their minds. And later, Sena and Monta search for a much-needed kicker to join the team and find him in a most unexpected place.

Eyeshield 21, Vol. 8

The Devil Bats take on the NASA Aliens! After months of grueling training, the game against the Americans is finally about to begin. But the Aliens have a huge front line and a quarterback with an arm like a rocket launcher. Will the Devil Bats be able to clinch the win before the Aliens’ score goes up into orbit?!

Eyeshield 21 Vol. 9: Hell is for Devil Bats

Fun in the sun! When the Devil Bats and the Seibu Wild Gunmen head to the Texas coast, they merge to form a single team and compete in a beach football tournament! But this game is played without helmets…so will Eyeshield 21’s identity be revealed?! And are the Devil Bats dedicated enough to sacrifice their summer vacation for a hellishly intense training camp?

Eyeshield 21, Volume 10

The Devil Bats are training harder than ever as they endure a grueling “death march” from Houston to Las Vegas! A biker gang whisks Sena off on a wild detour to San Antonio, where he tries to recruit a promising tight end prospect. And if the team survives the trek through the desert, what kind of havoc will they wreak in Sin City?!

Eyeshield 21, Volume 11

Open Season

With summer coming to an end, the Devil Bats are back at home…and the start of the fall season is staring them in the face! Who will be in the fall lineup? And when Sena gets lost on his way to the first game of the season, can the team survive without the speed and star power of Eyeshield 21?

Eyeshield 21, Volume 12

Devil Bat Ghost

We’re back at the Deimon-Amino game as Sena faces his nemesis Munakata in a memorable showdown. Then, as the season unfolds, new rivals emerge, along with a slew of worthy opposing teams, in a thrilling quadruple-header filled with pent-up emotion, gritty determination and a surprise finale. Get ready for more football action in volume 12 of EYESHIELD 21!

Eyeshield 21, Volume 13

Who Is the Real Eyeshield 21?

Could there be more than one Eyeshield 21? A player on a rival team claims he met the real Eyeshield 21 while he was an exchange student in America. Back then, this mysterious other Eyeshield was on the Notre Dame feeder school football team. But now he’s in Japan, and he’s going to play during the fall season!

Eyeshield 21, Volume 14

The Demons vs. the Gods of the Sea

The Devil Bats’ game against the Poseidons has begun! Besides a huge size advantage, the Poseidons boast “the High Wave,” a powerful attack that threatens to wipe out all opposition. Mid-game, the Devil Bats’ quarterback decides that it’s time to unveil a new counterattack, but will it be enough to stop the team’s slide into defeat?

Eyeshield 21, Volume 15

Tokyo’s Strongest Players

The Devil Bats’ game against the Poseidons comes to its nail-biting conclusion, a foot from the Poseidons’ goal line and with only two seconds left in the game…

Eyeshield 21, Volume 16

Dawn of the Time-Out

The Devil Bats pull out all the stops in their game against the Seibu Wild Gunmen, but the Gunmen’s offense proves to be unshakeable. Without a kicker, the Devil Bats don’t stand a snowball’s chance in hell…or do they?

Eyeshield 21, Volume 17

The Drive to Be the Best

With their former kicker back on the team, the Devil Bats have a real shot at closing the gap against the Seibu Wild Gunmen. But Seibu is still a major threat. Can the Devil Bats hold on for the victory?

Eyeshield 21, Volume 18

Sena Kobayakawa

It’s time for some serious gridiron action when the Bando Spiders collide with the Devil Bats! The game gets off to a bad start for the Bats when an incredibly accurate onside kick, combined with top-notch blocking, results in a field goal and an early lead for the Spiders. From there it just gets worse as the Devil Bats try to overcome the Spiders’ special defensive maneuver, the “Run Force”!

Eyeshield 21, Vol. 19 (19)

The Successor

It’s the second half of the game between the Bando Spiders and the Deimon Devil Bats. The winner will walk away with the final seed to the Kanto Tournament–the loser will walk away in shame. Strong winds are playing havoc with the passing games of both teams, forcing them to stick to the ground. But the shifty Hiruma has been intentionally throwing weak passes to make the Spiders defense underestimate him. Just when they least expect it he fires off a missile for a touchdown and puts the Bats back in the game! But it’s not over yet…

Eyeshield 21, Vol. 20 (20)

Devils vs. Gods

The Devil Bats go up against a team far superior to any they’ve faced yet! Their opponents, the Nagas, have an ace quarterback and a star player whose athletic skill is so superior he views others as insects. Down by a bunch of points, the devastated Devil Bats have all given up. Even the crowd who usually cheers them on has started to leave. Could this be the end of their surprise winning streak, not to mention their goal of going to the Christmas Bowl?

Eyeshield 21, Vol. 21 (21)

They Were 11!!

It’s the Kanto Tournament–Devil Bats vs. Shinryuji Nagas–and the Bats are getting steamrolled! In fact, it’s so bad that their star quarterback has pretty much thrown in the towel. He tells the rest of the team that their chance of winning is less than one percent, and not to play hard, so they won’t be injured and jeopardize their next season. But they know exactly what he means–abandon all fear! Kill yourself if need be, because there’s no chance of winning unless this team can give more than they’ve ever given before! The question is will it be enough?

Eyeshield 21, Vol. 22 (22)

Time-out O

The Kanto Tournament grudge match between the Devil Bats and the nearly unstoppable Shinryuji Nagas rages on, and if Deimon is to have even the slightest hope of winning, it must shut down Shinryuji’s offense. But with Naga ace running back Agon slicing through the Deimon linemen like they aren’t even there, the Devil Bats are forced to use up their final time-out in a desperate attempt to let Sena’s overworked legs cool off. If he pushes himself too hard, Sena might wind up with a permanent injury–so why is Hiruma sending him after Agon?!

Eyeshield 21, Vol. 23 (23)

Then Came the Showdown!

Only four seconds remain on the clock in the Deimon Devil Bats’ Kanto Tournament match against the Shinryuji Nagas! Hiruma whips the crowd into a frenzy of support, but it’ll take more than mere cheering to topple Agon and his formidable teammates. Speed, guts, determination and teamwork have seen the Devil Bats through countless tough scrapes, but will Hiruma’s devilish tactics prove to be the final edge that pushes Deimon on to victory?

Eyeshield 21, Vol. 24 (24)

The Indomitable Fortress

A trip to the school festival at rival Ojo High gives Sena and the Devil Bats a rare chance to unwind, but their visit is more than just friendly. Will Hiruma succeed in learning the identity of Ojo’s latest and greatest secret weapon? Meanwhile, Doburoku introduces a new training method designed to keep Deimon in top form and improve all the players’ stamina, but they’ll need more than breath control if they hope to stand a chance against the White Knights!

Eyeshield 21, Vol. 25 (25)

Perfect Player

The game between the Deimon Devil Bats and the Ojo White Knights is still in its early stages, but Ojo is ready to take its offensive attack to the next level. With dazzling physical prowess that renders both Sena’s speed and Kurita’s strength all but useless, Ojo’s onslaught forces Deimon to dig in hard–and it isn’t even halftime. How can the Devil Bats stop the awesome Shin, a player who appears to be perfect in every way imaginable?

Eyeshield 21, Vol. 26 (26)

Rough-n-Tumble

As the second half begins in the Kanto Tournament game between the Devil Bats and the White Knights, Ojo is still leading by seven points. Sena continues to struggle against the seemingly unstoppable Shin, but it’s another Deimon player who finds a kink in the Knights’ armor. Hoping to prove his superiority in the air, Monta clashes head-on with ace receiver Sakuraba. Will Monta’s skills help put Deimon back in scoring position?

Eyeshield 21, Vol. 27 (27)

With a mere two and a half minutes on the clock, the Deimon Devil Bats desperately try to erase the Ojo White Knights’ five-point lead. The ball is in Deimon’s hands, but everyone is past the threshold of exhaustion…and they’re still 40 yards away from the goal line. Sena’s banking on some of his slickest moves to help him outmaneuver Ojo’s ace Shin and carry his team to victory…but Shin has never backed down to another competitor before, and doesn’t plan on starting anytime soon.

Eyeshield 21, Vol. 28 (28)

Just as the manager for the Hakushu Dinosaurs is about to show Sena and Riku some footage of her team in an attempt to dissuade them from continuing in the tournament, the horrifically powerful Rikiya Gao appears and gets ready to smash everything and everyone. But Gao’s scare tactics fail to intimidate Riku, who declares that the Wild Gunmen won’t back down from their upcoming match. Known for injuring quarterbacks left and right, does Gao now have The Kid dead in his sights?

Eyeshield 21, Vol. 29 (29)

Second Quarterback

As the gridiron mega-showdown between the Deimon Devil Bats and the Hakushu Dinosaurs rapidly approaches, players on both teams use their final moments to build as much strength as possible. Hoping to muscle-up so as to not be utterly obliterated by the monstrous Rikiya Gao, Kurita turns to an old rival for a unique bout of special training. Also knowing full well that Hakushu will be gunning for his head, Hiruma imparts manager Mamori with some special instructions to be used in the (very likely) event that he gets knocked out of the game. Who will score the first touchdown and who will be carried off the field on a stretcher?!

Eyeshield 21, Vol. 30 (30)

This Is Football

After a frightening turn of events leaves Hiruma riding the sidelines, Sena finds himself in the role of backup quarterback for the Devil Bats, and it’s a tougher job than he ever imagined. Meanwhile, Kurita still hasn’t gotten over his inability to protect Hiruma from the vicious Rikiya Gao, but some last-minute help comes from the unlikeliest of teammates. Will Kurita snap out of his funk and fight on before Gao sends Sena to the emergency room?

Eyeshield 21, Vol. 31 (31)

And the Winner Is…

Only five minutes remain on the game clock as the severely battered and beaten Devil Bats continue their daunting struggle against the Hakushu Dinosaurs. Hoping that sheer strength and power will see him through, Hakushu’s quarterback plans a last-ditch drive up the middle of the field. Standing in his way, though, is a newly revitalized Kurita (who’s also getting some backup from the tiny but mighty Komusubi). Can Kurita and Komusubi hold off the monstrous Rikiya Gao, or is Hakushu on the verge of a potential game-ending touchdown?

Eyeshield 21, Vol. 32 (32)

Christmas Bowl

In preparation for their match against the strongest football team in Japan, the Deimon Devil Bats partner up with a host of star players from their previous matches in the hope of gaining a tactical edge. Sena and Shin, Kurita and Gao, Monta and Ikkyu–each Devil Bat hopes to find new strength in this extra-special bout of one-on-one training. But will an emotionally shaken Monta dash Deimon’s chance for victory?

Eyeshield 21, Vol. 33 (33)

The Devil’s Mistake

After starting the much-anticipated Christmas Bowl with a touchdown, Teikoku High School wastes little time in scoring against the Devil Bats again. Takeru Yamato–the real Eyeshield 21–shakes Sena off, but not without having to use his full strength, even after saying he would hold back in deference to the slightly injured Hiruma. Sena refuses to back down against Takeru’s seemingly insurmountable skill, but nothing seems to be working. Will a new and risky tag-team maneuver with Monta help Deimon put some points on the scoreboard?

Eyeshield 21, Vol. 34 (34)

The Last of the Deimon Devil Bats

Struggle as he might, Sena has been completely unsuccessful in his attempts to defeat Takeru Yamato’s ferocious Caesar’s Charge tackle. If the Devil Bats are to stand even the remotest chance of winning, their Eyeshield 21 will need to find a new way around Teikoku High School’s ace. Will Sena’s newest approach, one that appears to come straight from the fourth dimension, overwhelm Yamato and keep Deimon’s hopes for victory alive and kicking?

Eyeshield 21, Vol. 35 (35)

The World Is Mine

With the Christmas Bowl finally behind them, Sena and Monta are downright shocked to discover they’ve been selected to join the Japanese team that will compete in the American High School Football World Cup. Plus, they are charged with filling out the roster with other Japanese players, including some of their toughest former rivals! Meanwhile, in New York, the sponsor of the tournament announces the grand prize that will be awarded to the top participant: a contract with a big-league American football team and three million dollars in cash!

Eyeshield 21, Vol. 36 (36)

Sena vs. Panther

Tensions are at an all-time high as players from both the Japanese and American teams butt heads prior to the big game. Seeking to prove his physical superiority, Rikiya Gao on the Japanese team tracks down Team USA’s Mr. Don and challenges him to a one-on-one match. Sensing the monstrous capabilities of the American juggernaut, Agon Kongo attempts to intervene in their dustup, but to little avail. If Mr. Don truly is the strongest lineman on Earth, capable of laying Gao out cold, what hope do Sena, Hiruma and the rest of their Japanese teammates have?

Eyeshield 21, Vol. 37 (37)

Final Volume!

Ready Set Hut

In this action-packed final volume, Team USA and Team Japan face off in a bid for the title of best youth football team in the world. Rivalries within Team Japan are put aside as Hiruma and Agon execute a complicated formation. Can smart strategy overcome the sheer physical dominance of the American team? Seeing his teammates hurt, Sena bolts in and Team Japan seems set for victory. But the final five minutes of the game takes a surprising course as the earth-shattering rivalry between the two teams continues…