Haikyu!! Manga Volumes List Complete
A complete list of all Haikyu!! Manga Volumes along with links to buy on Amazon.
Shoyo Hinata is out to prove that in volleyball you don’t need to be tall to fly! Ever since he saw the legendary player known as “the Little Giant” compete at the national volleyball finals, Shoyo Hinata has been aiming to be the best volleyball player ever! Who says you need to be tall to play volleyball when you can jump higher than anyone else?
Haikyu!!, Vol. 1 (1)
After losing his first and last volleyball match against Tobio Kageyama, “the King of the Court,” Shoyo Hinata swears to become his rival after graduating middle school. But what happens when the guy he wants to defeat ends up being his teammate?!
Haikyu!!, Vol. 2 (2)
After proving themselves to be the ultimate combination in their practice match against Kei Tsukishima, Kageyama and Hinata are finally allowed to join the club! Hinata’s true power—to perfectly time his spikes with his eyes closed—is awakened, and nothing can seem to stop this crazy setter-spiker duo. Now their skills are about to be put to the test at a practice game against one of Kageyama’s former teammates from middle school, Tohru Oikawa.
Haikyu!!, Vol. 3 (3)
Karasuno has successfully defeated Tohru Oikawa and Aoba Johsai in their practice match, but the team’s future doesn’t look so bright. The match uncovered serious holes in Karasuno’s defense, which would be fatal in a real game! What they need is a defense expert, a libero, to cover their holes for them. It turns out Karasuno does have a libero named Yu Nishinoya, but he was suspended for one week for violent behavior! And he’s even shorter than Hinata!
Haikyu!!, Vol. 4 (4)
The training camp kicks off with a bang! Hinata and his teammates train their hearts out in preparation for the practice game against Nekoma, but they’ll need to polish their receiving skills if they want to win. After all their hard work, the moment they’ve all been waiting for finally arrives—the revival of the long-standing rivalry between the Cats and the Crows! And Nekoma’s starting setter looks vaguely familiar…
Haikyu!!, Vol. 5 (5)
After Karasuno loses all of their practice games against Nekoma, the cracks in Karasuno’s teamwork are more apparent than ever! With Inter-High qualifiers looming over them, Hinata, Kageyama and the rest of the team will have to work hard to be able to stand a chance. But with two of the top four schools in their qualifier block, Karasuno’s chances look slim. How will they overcome this challenge when just thinking about their second opponent, Date Tech, makes Karasuno’s ace, Asahi Azumane, tremble in fear?
Haikyu!!, Vol. 6 (6)
After having overcome the Iron Wall of Date Tech, it’s finally time for Karasuno to have their rematch with Aoba Johsai! Kageyama and Karasuno claimed victory in the practice match, but how will they fare in a real game? Tensions run high when Tohru Oikawa gears up to crush Kageyama once and for all.
Haikyu!!, Vol. 7 (7)
The Inter-High match between Karasuno and Aoba Johsai continues. Star setter Tohru Oikawa has figured out the secret behind Kageyama and Hinata’s quick sets and has them on the ropes! When Kageyama loses his cool, he ends up getting benched and is subbed out by none other than third year Koushi Sugawara! Will Karasuno’s new approach be enough for them to seize control of the game and win?
Haikyu!!, Vol. 8 (8)
The Inter-High match between Karasuno and Aoba Johsai continues. Karasuno has dragged the game into a third set and is struggling to keep up their momentum. In a desperate move, Coach Ukai decides to bring out Tadashi Yamaguchi as a pinch server! Could this be the push Karasuno needs to keep the team’s hopes alive and beat Aoba Johsai?
Haikyu!!, Vol. 9 (9)
Motivated by their heartbreaking loss to Aoba Johsai, Karasuno now works towards a new goal—the Spring Tournament! The team gears up for a trip to Tokyo for a training camp with some of the top teams in Tokyo, including Nekoma, but there’s something they need to do first…pass their finals! Hinata, Kageyama, Nishinoya and Tanaka are all at risk of not being allowed to go. What are they going to do?!
Haikyu!!, Vol. 10 (10)
Hinata boldly declares that he won’t close his eyes for the freak quick anymore, but Kageyama isn’t having any of it. The two of them fight, setting the entire team back in the practice game. Now, having come face-to-face with how much better all the Tokyo teams are than them, Karasuno will either step up their game and evolve into a new team or crumble under the pressure.
Haikyu!!, Vol. 11 (11)
The Tokyo training camp is halfway done, and Karasuno is starting to see some results from all their extra practice. The new version of the Freak Quick just isn’t working out, however. Looking for new ways to fight in the air, Hinata goes to Fukurodani’s ace, Kotaro Bokuto, for some help.
Haikyu!!, Vol. 12 (12)
Thanks to their practice games with Tokyo’s powerhouse teams, Karasuno now has a whole new arsenal of weapons at their disposal. Hinata and Kageyama’s new quick set is also starting to come together! The Spring Tournament preliminaries are about to begin, and Karasuno starts their first official game with the hopes of turning all their frustrations and losses into victories!
Haikyu!!, Vol. 13 (13)
Karasuno fights their way through the preliminaries and wins, earning them a spot in the October qualifier rounds of the Spring Tournament. Their first opponent is a team of partyers from Johzenji whose motto is “Play hard”! They are a highly unorthodox team that improvises crazy attacks on the fly, leaving Karasuno baffled about how to counter them!
Haikyu!!, Vol. 14 (14)
It’s the middle of the quarterfinal round of the Spring Tournament Qualifiers, and Karasuno’s captain, Daichi Sawamura, is injured! With their most reliable player out of the game, the only one who can replace him is…Chikara Ennoshita?! This volume also includes the bonus one-shot chapter “Nisekyu!!”—a collaboration with the author of Nisekoi!
Haikyu!!, Vol. 15 (15)
Thanks to Ennoshita’s efforts, Karasuno defeats Wakutani Minami and advances to the semifinals of the Miyagi Prefecture qualifier tournament. Their next opponent will be whoever wins the Aoba Johsai vs. Date Tech game! Will it be Bluecastle, led by the prefecture’s number one setter, Tohru Oikawa? Or will it be Date Tech and their newly rebuilt Iron Wall?
Haikyu!!, Vol. 16 (16)
It’s Karasuno vs. Aoba Johsai for the Spring Tournament qualifier semifinals, and Aoba Johsai has the momentum at the end of the second set. Yamaguchi is sent out as a pinch server to turn the game around. Can he overcome the painful memories of his past failures and close out the set for Karasuno?!
Haikyu!!, Vol. 17 (17)
It’s the final set of the Spring Tournament qualifier semifinals, and Aoba Johsai has game point! With their backs against the wall yet again, Karasuno digs deep and throws their greatest efforts into one final rally. Will they be able to take the rally and overcome the Great King?!
Haikyu!!, Vol. 18 (18)
Karasuno finally defeats their archnemesis Aoba Johsai and advances to the finals to face off against the perennial champions Shiratorizawa! The sheer power of super ace Ushijima has them on their heels, but Nishinoya’s determination gives Karasuno a glimmer of hope. Can Kurasano pull it together and put Shiratorizawa on the defensive?
Haikyu!!, Vol. 19 (19)
The second set of the Miyagi Prefecture qualifier tournament continues as Tsukishima and Nishinoya lead the defense against Shiratorizawa! The game heats up in a tense back-and-forth—both teams refusing to give way to the other. Which team will manage to get a break point and pull away from the stalemate first?!
Haikyu!!, Vol. 20 (20)
The fourth set of the Miyagi Prefecture qualifier round finals is quite the nail-biter! Karasuno’s back is against the wall, and there’s no room left for error. Their middle blockers continue to give it all they’ve got as the tense back-and-forth continues, but towards the end of the set, Kageyama starts looking a little off…! With loss looming overhead, can Karasuno pull itself back together and win the game?!
Haikyu!!, Vol. 21 (21)
The fifth set of the Miyagi Prefecture qualifier round finals continues. With Tsukishima out of the game, Karasuno’s defense starts to fall apart. However, the team’s determined to keep it together. With both opponents physically and mentally exhausted, which one will prevail and move on to nationals?
Haikyu!!, Vol. 22 (22)
The semifinals of the Tokyo Area Qualifiers for the Spring Tournament have begun! It’s Nekoma vs. Fukurodani in a win-and-you’re-in match! Fukurodani’s ace, Bokuto, is in top form as he goes head-to-head with Nekoma’s defensive master, Yaku. Will the Cats be able to take down the Owls?!
Haikyu!!, Vol. 23 (23)
Nekoma’s defensive ace, Yaku, is removed from the court with an injury, leaving the whole team grasping at straws! Even with Nohebi stubbornly picking away at the hole Yaku left behind, Nekoma’s captain, Kuroo, continues to insist they have a chance at winning. Who will grab the last slot in the Spring Tournament? Will it be the Cats or the Snakes?!
Haikyu!!, Vol. 24 (24)
Karasuno has qualified for the Spring Tournament! The team buckles down to practice harder than ever, but their adviser, Takeda, immediately rushes in to announce that Kageyama has been invited to participate in the All-Japan Under 19 Youth Training Camp, while Tsukishima has been invited to a prefectural rookie training camp. Overflowing with jealousy at the unparalleled opportunities presented to his peers, Hinata takes it upon himself to get in on the action and crashes Tsukishima’s training camp.
Haikyu!!, Vol. 25 (25)
Hinata may not have been allowed to participate in the Miyagi Prefecture Rookie Camp, but he’s determined to learn something from watching on the sidelines as a ball boy! Meanwhile, thanks to the other players at the All-Japan Youth Camp, Kageyama is starting to worry about how he’s interacting with his teammates! Then, with the Spring Tournament looming ever closer, Date Tech arrives at Karasuno for a practice game!
Haikyu!!, Vol. 26 (26)
The practice game with Date Tech continues, and Karasuno clumsily dances around their new techniques in an attempt to break through the Iron Wall. But will any of these techniques work when even the Freak Quick can’t? Then, time passes, the new year rolls around and the Spring Tournament begins!
Haikyu!!, Vol. 27 (27)
Round one of the Spring Tournament begins! Karasuno faces off against Tsubakihara Academy, a team that’s come to nationals for the second year in a row. Mistakes and problems pile up as the huge gymnasium begins to mess with Karasuno’s ability to navigate the court. Kageyama begins to acclimate to the new environment, but the Tsubakihara players aren’t pushovers…and they have a secret weapon!
Haikyu!!, Vol. 28 (28)
Karasuno wins their first match of the Spring Tournament! Hinata goes to watch Fukurodani and Nekoma play their games and runs into the other Little Giant from the All-Japan Youth Camp—Kamomedai High’s Korai Hoshiumi! Then the second day of the tournament begins, and the seeded teams join the fray!
Haikyu!!, Vol. 29 (29)
The game with Inarizaki heats up as Saeko Tanaka and her taiko drum crew arrive to cheer on Karasuno! The nation’s best setter, Atsumu Miya, has even Nishinoya wincing when he’s up to serve, and the Miya twins’ version of the Freak Quick puts Hinata and Kageyama’s to shame! Does Karasuno have any hope of beating this powerhouse and tournament favorite?!
Haikyu!!, Vol. 30 (30)
The Inarizaki vs. Karasuno game continues! With their own Freak Quick and on-the-fly plays, the Miya twins and Inarizaki make it clear that they are, in fact, the greatest contenders in the tournament. Meanwhile, Nekoma struggles through their own game against Sarukawa Tech. Will Nekoma and Karasuno make it through their games and keep the dream of the dumpster battle alive?
Haikyu!!, Vol. 31 (31)
Inarizaki’s Atsumu Miya has found a target to pick on, and he’s racking up service aces off of…Nishinoya?! Even though Karasuno is falling deeper and deeper into a hole during the second set, it’s still slowly chipping away at Inarizaki’s momentum. Will Karasuno manage to turn the tables and keep the dream of the dumpster battle alive?
Haikyu!!, Vol. 32 (32)
Galvanized by Atsumu Miya’s selfless setting, Inarizaki gets back into a groove! But right when the Miya Twins think they’ve got Karasuno dead to rights, their attack is stopped by the last person anyone expected!
Haikyu!!, Vol. 33 (33)
The final points between Karasuno and Inarizaki are tossed back and forth as both teams struggle to finish the other off and declare victory. But with time running out, will Karasuno be able to win the final set, or will Inarizaki send them packing?
Haikyu!!, Vol. 34 (34)
The long-awaited Dumpster Battle begins! Nekoma, known for its defense, shocks everyone by going with aggressive synchro attacks! Meanwhile, Tsukishima watches blocking master Kuroo effectively curb Karasuno’s assault and declares he can’t outdo him…at least, not on his own!
Haikyu!!, Vol. 35 (35)
Day 3 of the Spring Tournament gets off to a calamitous start when Karasuno makes a critical mistake and loses the first set to Nekoma! In the second set, Karasuno tenaciously attacks while Nekoma pushes through the long and grueling rallies. Karasuno manages to build a slight lead, but Kenma’s plan slowly takes effect, and Hinata finds that he’s constantly out of position to attack.
Haikyu!!, Vol. 36 (36)
Kenma Kozume has tried to keep Kageyama and Hinata contained in a birdcage, but they finally break free with a bold four set! Now that Hinata has added height to his arsenal, Nekoma brings out their own rookie tandem of giants—Lev Haiba and Sou Inuoka—to stop him! The Dumpster Battle dives into the final, climactic set… Who will come out on top, Hinata or Kozume?!
Haikyu!!, Vol. 37 (37)
Kenma Kozume gives his all rally after rally, wishing that the game would go on forever. But unfortunately, the longtime dream of Nekoma and Karasuno’s Dumpster Battle on the national stage must come to an end. Who will win? Meanwhile, Kotaro Bokuto is getting hyped up for his next game against one of the top three aces in the nation, Kiryu!
Haikyu!!, Vol. 38 (38)
It’s Bokuto versus Kiryu—two of the top hitters in the nation—in the quarterfinals of the Spring Tournament! Bokuto is playing better than ever, but Akaashi, lured into making a handful of critical mistakes, gets benched. Meanwhile, as Hinata prepares for his next game, he runs into the last person in the world he ever expected to meet!
Haikyu!!, Vol. 39 (39)
It’s the Spring Tournament quarterfinals, and the two smallest hitters—Hinata and Hoshiumi—are already making the sparks fly! Kamomedai’s consistent and systematic blocking strategies have Hinata stymied, while Tsukishima’s cold and logical decision-making has Hoshiumi stuffed! It isn’t long before the game turns into a vicious back-and-forth battle between offense and defense!
Haikyu!!, Vol. 40 (40)
With the game between Kamomedai and Karasuno seesawing back and forth, Azumane is left feeling guilty and useless with all his blocked shots. How will he get past Hirugami, who has learned how to shrug off the pressure and stay calm no matter what? Karasuno’s ace comes to a quiet realization and finally awakens to his true strength!
Haikyu!!, Vol. 41 (41)
It’s the second game of day 3, the roughest part of the Spring Tournament schedule. Even though Karasuno has run away with set 2, Kamomedai’s focused, disciplined blocking doesn’t budge! Undeterred, Hinata keeps searching for new ways to get over that wall. But after all his efforts, disaster strikes!
Haikyu!!, Vol. 42 (42)
Hinata is removed from the game with a fever, leaving Karasuno to battle it out with Kamomedai in the final set without their biggest scorer! Distraught at not being able to be there for his teammates, Hinata watches the rest of the game via broadcast. What does he see from the outside of the court? The Spring Tournament arc comes to an end!