Why is Haiku or whatever its called outselling MHA?

Asher Murphy
Asher Murphy

Why is Haiku or whatever its called outselling MHA?

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Cameron Martin
Cameron Martin

Its a volleyball series ffs, it shouldn't be the no2 seller every year

Kevin Powell
Kevin Powell

supforums.com/thread/170522836/anime
Keep'em comin.

Julian Robinson
Julian Robinson

Stick to One Piece faggot, MHA >>>One Piss

Christopher Gomez
Christopher Gomez

Please read Kimetsu no Yaiba

Owen Price
Owen Price

Because MHA is fucking trash. Simple as that.

Hudson Butler
Hudson Butler

Because it's like 37 times better?

Henry Lopez
Henry Lopez

No MHA >>>>>Push no Yaiba

William Davis
William Davis

Haiku isnt even better than Dr. Stronk, dont ever compare it to the greatness that is MHA

Angel Peterson
Angel Peterson

Take your shitty bait to r*ddit where you belong.

Blake Stewart
Blake Stewart

Black Clover > Haikyuu and Hero Academia

Fite me

Christian Campbell
Christian Campbell

BC can't even outsell TPN, comeback when you have a decent series BCfag

Anthony Lee
Anthony Lee

Because Reddit Academy is an absolute garbage manga

Liam Hall
Liam Hall

Salty AOT fan, MHA gonna blow your shitty season away

Kayden Butler
Kayden Butler

Because unlike MHA, Haikyuu is consistent. This isn't necessarily a slam on MHA, since it's more difficult to maintain consistency in reader interest in a shounen/SOL series like MHA than it is a sports-driven series like Haikyuu, but it's simply the way things are. Haikyuu has the ability to stand alone with nothing but its characters on a volleyball court doing volleyball things; MHA has to not only provide varying shades of gravitas to its every arc, but do so in such a way that readers care about every character and what they do, and the outcomes have to be satisfying enough that the arc is considered worthwhile time spent to read. In all honesty, though, Hori honestly has too many characters to extend that level of detail on.

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Matthew Russell
Matthew Russell

Not a MHAfag, but while Haikyuu anime is awesome, manga is slow as fuck

Haikyuu success is in its anime

Lucas Stewart
Lucas Stewart

can't even outsell TPN
Because it's a really good manga? Remember to sage the thread lads.

Ayden Smith
Ayden Smith

but that shitty thing hasnt had an anime in years, yet its volumes still outsell ours

Josiah Evans
Josiah Evans

Because japs are tired of Naruto. They have shit taste in manga/anime, yes, but they are not as stupid as dumb weeaboos

Colton Morales
Colton Morales

People still compare MHA to Naruto while Orochimaru killed the third Hokage in the last chapter of Black Clover?

Parker Rogers
Parker Rogers

The anime draws in the fans, then they stick with it, if an anime had to be on for people to keep buying a manga then people who liked anime wouldn't buy any manga since it would mean they have no interest in it

Anime alerts people to the existence of a series but it doesn't make them keep buying it, that's just retarded

Joshua Bennett
Joshua Bennett

but MHA is more popular, we should have the numbers not them

Adrian Nguyen
Adrian Nguyen

It's pretty damn popular here in France m8, the numbers will show outside of Japan.

Ryder Reed
Ryder Reed

Yaoi bait

Tyler Diaz
Tyler Diaz

This bait but sure I'm going to answer. Both MHA and HQ have fujo fanbase but HQ have a bigger fujo fanbase than MHA.

Robert Johnson
Robert Johnson

no one gives af about, France and yall weird shaped boners

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