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Hareluya II Boy (Manga)

Hareluya II Boy

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Hareluya 2 Boy
Japanese: HARELUYA II BØY -ボーイ-

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 33
Chapters: 295
Status: Finished
Published: 1992 to 1999
Authors: Umezawa, Haruto (Story & Art)
Serialization: Shounen Jump (Weekly)

Statistics

Score: 7.921 (scored by 845 users)
Ranked: #12152
Popularity: #2846
Members: 1,740
Favorites: 38
1 indicates a weighted score
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Synopsis

Basically, this manga follows Hibino Hareluya as he tries to "more conquer the world" by dealing with the everyday punks on the street. Always ready to fight and always winning his fights, he just finds himself trouble more into more and. Along the way he surrounds himself with friends who are all very strong into their own unique way.

(Source: Eternal Blue)

Related Manga

Alternative version: Hareluya
Adaptation: Hareluya II Boy


Characters

 Hareluya
Hibino, Hareluya
Main
 Makoto
Ichijou, Makoto
Main
 Kyoshirou
Okamoto, Kyoshirou
Main
 Michiru
Yamana, Michiru
Main
 Bob Jii-san
Bob Jii-san
Supporting
 Reiko
Ibu, Reiko
Supporting


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Jan 2, 2015
WyllEmbers
Meet the “Invincible man” Hibino Hareluya, a narcissistic delinquent with a strong belief in friendship and loyalty. He enjoys referring himself as “Oresama” which is the most arrogant way of referring to yourself in Japanese. Along with his weighty ego comes his special talent, concealing metal bats and saucers in the back of his shirt for later use. It’s much more useful than it sounds. No ego would be complete without a grand goal, his being world domination. Of course the correct way to complete this objective is to beat up local gangs.

There are quite a few other support characters.

Okamoto: The short and weakest support read more
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Jun 27, 2010
Daimyo
Story

Rating : 8/10

For those of you unfamiliar with Umezawa Haruto's work, Hareluya II boy is the rehash a of a oneshot he made earlier. The oneshot chronicles the adventures of Hibino Hareluya, our protagonist and son of God. Hibino is sent by his father God to earth, (who’s an even more powerful badass than him) because of his lazy playboyish ways. While the first Hareluya had a strong emphasis on Hibino being Jesus reincarnated, Hareluya II boy changes its focus. Instead of being the obvious son of God they prefer the less suspicious tale of Hibino Hareluya son of church minister. Except for a read more
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Sep 16, 2010
DarkD1
STORY - 7.0
The story mainly has this pattern: we are introduced to someone with a problem, the secondary characters try and intervene and get their asses kicked, then hibino gets in the middle of it and destroys all of the enemies with nothing but his fists and an arsenal of weapons that he pulls out from under his shirt (comically referenced as doraemon) and defeats all the bad guys singlehandedly and easily.

THE GOOD: Lots of back and forth in every story arc. Lots of story arcs with bad guys ranging from spoiled rich kids to biker gangs fighting over territory. One read more
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Jan 30, 2010
gmgkng
What is this comedy manga about? It is about a High School boy named Hibino Hareluya who tries to conquer the world by beating up evil gangs and saving innocent people. When you first read it, however, you will think it is some manga like Bleach or Naruto, but this is quite different, with only a few little flaws. The bad part about this manga is that there's too many Arcs. One arc and new people after another, it'll take ages thinking up new arcs and new people. So I think I'll recommand this just to you fighting-comedy lovers, not only fighting lovers. I think read more
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User Recommendations

2 strong male characters. They both collect slaves/friends/lackeys who they abuse but take good care of. Both are very funny. 
reportRecommended by Ardnaed
Two strong male protagonists. Their actions influence the people around them and teach them life lessons. GTO is highly regarded as a masterpiece but Hareluya also shines in its own way.  
reportRecommended by PirateKingz
Strong high-school male delinquent leads are a way to sum up both mangas. Lead protagonists in both series are brash, impulsive, smart and strong. The secondary MCs have a love-hate relationship with the lead. They are constantly abused, berated but still trusted by the other. Romantic subplots in Hareluya are toned down. Kyou kara ore wa doesn't focus too much on the romance aspect as but is more apparent. As for which male lead is stronger? Hareluya is seemingly indestructible but his fighting styles and weapons can become predictable after a while. Mitsuhashi in Kyou Kara comes across as more cunning and has no  read more 
reportRecommended by jangofetts
Both manga are about brainless and powerful high school students fighting the "evil" 
reportRecommended by gmgkng
Both Sakuragi Hanamachi and Hibino Hareluya are boastful, powerful and really idiotic people. They also are feared by people, but didn't care ... and they would do anything to protect their comrades, and Hareluya's ambition is to conquer the world while Hanamichi's is to conquer bball. 
reportRecommended by gmgkng
Both are manga that revolve around high schoolers fighting various punks, thugs and, mad men with plenty of romance and comedy inbetween. 
reportRecommended by NoBadsign

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