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極星寮の存続を賭けた食戟。叡山が審査員を従える圧倒的不利な状況の中、創真は寮で培った全てを皿の上に込める! 遠月第九席・叡山戦、ついに決着! 一方、中枢美食機関による粛清が本格的に動き出し…!?


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極星寮の存続を賭けた食戟。叡山が審査員を従える圧倒的不利な状況の中、創真は寮で培った全てを皿の上に込める! 遠月第九席・叡山戦、ついに決着! 一方、中枢美食機関による粛清が本格的に動き出し…!?

30 review for 食戟のソーマ 18 [Shokugeki no Souma 18]

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sanaa

    [4.5 Stars]

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jaine

    My gosh... Lots of bastards in the Elite people. I wish they go to hell asap...

  3. 5 out of 5

    Bookishrealm

    This volume was BAD ASS! I can't even begin to tell you guys how amazing it was to finally get the opportunity to see how everything played out from the battle in the last volume. As always Soma kicks ass and I'm so glad that our original characters are beginning to stand up to this new regime at the institute. They're awful and crude and rude to the students who are simply passionate about cooking. I know that the original gang will triumph over this nonsense! This volume was BAD ASS! I can't even begin to tell you guys how amazing it was to finally get the opportunity to see how everything played out from the battle in the last volume. As always Soma kicks ass and I'm so glad that our original characters are beginning to stand up to this new regime at the institute. They're awful and crude and rude to the students who are simply passionate about cooking. I know that the original gang will triumph over this nonsense!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Wing Kee

    More drama and stakes as the Central story continues. World: Solid art, nothing really to really write about. The world building is solid building on the central storyline and adding new pieces and status quo changes. We are seeing the ramifications and the far sweeping effect Central has on all the characters, not just the main ones. New characters pieces introduced are one note for now to serve the story purpose. Story: The end of dorm story was good and expected but still fun. Building the ch More drama and stakes as the Central story continues. World: Solid art, nothing really to really write about. The world building is solid building on the central storyline and adding new pieces and status quo changes. We are seeing the ramifications and the far sweeping effect Central has on all the characters, not just the main ones. New characters pieces introduced are one note for now to serve the story purpose. Story: The end of dorm story was good and expected but still fun. Building the characters this time around is Iishiki and also the visit by Voldemorte was good. Then there is the new challenges and we have some cool set up. Emotional yes but a lot of set up. Characters: Those new Central characters are archetypes of manga and they fit the bill. Not a lot of depth their except what they look like. The Erina stuff is good and the Soma end was also solid. Solid build up. Onward to the next book!

  5. 5 out of 5

    নাজমুল হাসান

    The plot is kinda turning into a shounen cliche and all with arrival of new villains on meaner than the other. Yet I like how it's turning out to be. A war between the commoners and elites. The ones who abuse their power for securing their position and the ones who fight for their right to independence. The plot is kinda turning into a shounen cliche and all with arrival of new villains on meaner than the other. Yet I like how it's turning out to be. A war between the commoners and elites. The ones who abuse their power for securing their position and the ones who fight for their right to independence.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Mike

    Quick thoughts: Now that the new status quo and nature of the series' villains have been established this volume starts to shows flashes of its old self within the new framework (despite a couple of ham handed plot points). Add in a couple of big developments and some nicely character based drawing of future battlelines and I quite enjoyed this one. Quick thoughts: Now that the new status quo and nature of the series' villains have been established this volume starts to shows flashes of its old self within the new framework (despite a couple of ham handed plot points). Add in a couple of big developments and some nicely character based drawing of future battlelines and I quite enjoyed this one.

  7. 4 out of 5

    V

    I will be biased and say that I have never been a fan of stories with "bad" individuals or worse, groups. I was saddened that there existed a "villain" figure for this story on this volume. Story went well even before this "Central" group thing was set-up for the manga. Bleh! I will be biased and say that I have never been a fan of stories with "bad" individuals or worse, groups. I was saddened that there existed a "villain" figure for this story on this volume. Story went well even before this "Central" group thing was set-up for the manga. Bleh!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Sophie Crane

    I just want to keep reading this series. It's so addicting. Lol it's a lot of fun. I tend to breeze right through it though. I just want to keep reading this series. It's so addicting. Lol it's a lot of fun. I tend to breeze right through it though.

  9. 5 out of 5

    DonutKnow

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Damn, Soma’s dad really must be something 🤔😲

  10. 4 out of 5

    Tiffani

    I just can't get enough of this series. It keeps expanding and getting even better. I just can't get enough of this series. It keeps expanding and getting even better.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Ben Truong

    Food Wars: Shokugeki no Sōma!, Vol. 18 continues where the previous tankōbon left off and contains the next nine chapters (146–154) of the on-going manga series. Despite the shokugeki being rigged for Sōma Yukihira to lose, he banks on the judges' curiosity and presents jidori chicken-wing pot stickers and persuades the judges to try them. The judges award Sōma the match, thus canceling the eviction of the Polaris Dormitory. As Polaris celebrates, Satoshi Isshiki informs them that the societies c Food Wars: Shokugeki no Sōma!, Vol. 18 continues where the previous tankōbon left off and contains the next nine chapters (146–154) of the on-going manga series. Despite the shokugeki being rigged for Sōma Yukihira to lose, he banks on the judges' curiosity and presents jidori chicken-wing pot stickers and persuades the judges to try them. The judges award Sōma the match, thus canceling the eviction of the Polaris Dormitory. As Polaris celebrates, Satoshi Isshiki informs them that the societies can now challenge Central Gourmet Institute to be reinstated with fair judging. Azami Nakiri visits the dorm, but instead of taking Erina Nakiri back, he notes that he still has greater plans to rule. Erina is shocked to learn that Jōichirō Saiba, the person she admired, is Sōma's father. After dismissing three Council members, Central dispatches its Council members as well as its new recruits to battle in the society challenges, easily winning matches and disbanding clubs while the Polaris students and allies scout them out. The next shokugeki challenge is between the Cutting Edge Research Society member Ryō Kurokiba and Central's recruit member, Rentarō Kusunoki. This tankōbon is written by Yūto Tsukuda and illustrated by Shun Saeki. It continues the takeover of Tōtsuki Saryo Culinary Institute by former student and dropout of Azami Nakiri. Despite the rigged shokugeki, Sōma Yukihira manages to win and save Polaris Dormitory from closing and to make future shokueki fair. However, despite that many societies from Tōtsuki Saryo Culinary Institute loses much of their shokueki to Central Gourmet Institution. All in all, Food Wars!: Shokugeki no Sōma, Vol. 18 is a wonderful continuation to a series that seems really intriguing and I can't wait to read more.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    I don't feel the need to any kind of in-depth review for this - we're at volume 18, so if you'r reading, you're likely a fan and don't need me to sell you on this. However, I do have some quick some thoughts: - Yukihira is basically Goku (of Dragonball fame). He's a cheerfully dorky guy who's amazing at what he does and has a knack for befriending his enemies. I don't mind this characterization, but it does feel kind of shallow sometimes. - I liked that Erina finally found out that her cooking id I don't feel the need to any kind of in-depth review for this - we're at volume 18, so if you'r reading, you're likely a fan and don't need me to sell you on this. However, I do have some quick some thoughts: - Yukihira is basically Goku (of Dragonball fame). He's a cheerfully dorky guy who's amazing at what he does and has a knack for befriending his enemies. I don't mind this characterization, but it does feel kind of shallow sometimes. - I liked that Erina finally found out that her cooking idol is (view spoiler)[Yukihira's Dad (hide spoiler)] - Erina's "culture shock" at not being rich are amusing (ie. her trying to use a washing machine) - I'm looking forward to how future volumes with develop now that there's a more clear villain and plotline.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Olivia

    This volume was everything I wanted after the way the last left off. I just love the way they break down the cooking! It makes me feel like, even I could make these things. It'll be interesting to see how the history between Azumi & Sabia plays out. This volume was everything I wanted after the way the last left off. I just love the way they break down the cooking! It makes me feel like, even I could make these things. It'll be interesting to see how the history between Azumi & Sabia plays out.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Rod Brown

    I'm not really liking this new villain and story direction, and it is starting to seem like both are going to be around for a long time. I am feeling sadness. I'm not really liking this new villain and story direction, and it is starting to seem like both are going to be around for a long time. I am feeling sadness.

  15. 5 out of 5

    David Rodriguez

    The Azami Nakiri - Central saga continues, with Soma demonstrating that the Tootsuki Institute can push against their plans for... Just wait for the next volume ;) Once again the author manages to manipulate stakes expertly and make every confrontation, regardless of character, seem life-or-death. I find it a weakness, though, that in this stretch of chapters the book provides little plot advancement other than "the heroes can fight back." But as the series earned my attention years ago, I can l The Azami Nakiri - Central saga continues, with Soma demonstrating that the Tootsuki Institute can push against their plans for... Just wait for the next volume ;) Once again the author manages to manipulate stakes expertly and make every confrontation, regardless of character, seem life-or-death. I find it a weakness, though, that in this stretch of chapters the book provides little plot advancement other than "the heroes can fight back." But as the series earned my attention years ago, I can live with that. Also, only *one* practical recipe? Cheapskates.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Donna

    The challenge between Soma, our hero, and a member of the Council of Ten comes to a close. This was not one of my favorite of the series so far. I liked the shokugeki here, but it didn't have me on edge. And the ending of the book seems to point to a series of shokugeki between Members of Bowl Societies and Central. When a similar plot device (the Fall Classic) occurred, the several volume carry through of this dragged a bit for me. Hopefully that doesn't repeat itself in the upcoming volume. The challenge between Soma, our hero, and a member of the Council of Ten comes to a close. This was not one of my favorite of the series so far. I liked the shokugeki here, but it didn't have me on edge. And the ending of the book seems to point to a series of shokugeki between Members of Bowl Societies and Central. When a similar plot device (the Fall Classic) occurred, the several volume carry through of this dragged a bit for me. Hopefully that doesn't repeat itself in the upcoming volume.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Nick

    The power of food to entice the senses is shown at its peak in this story, as even crooked judges have to rethink their rigged ratings. Revelations about who has met who in the past, though, were fascinating. Also, the "evil chefs" clique is following an interesting path, but at last we have some clue as to what started their leader on this weird revenge scheme, only...does he, himself, really know as much as he thinks he does? Hmmm. The power of food to entice the senses is shown at its peak in this story, as even crooked judges have to rethink their rigged ratings. Revelations about who has met who in the past, though, were fascinating. Also, the "evil chefs" clique is following an interesting path, but at last we have some clue as to what started their leader on this weird revenge scheme, only...does he, himself, really know as much as he thinks he does? Hmmm.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Lara

    This was my favorite volume in awhile! The conclusion of Yukihira's shokogeki against Eizen and the results, the look on Erina's evil dad's face when he finds out his BFF from his days in Polaris dorm was Yukihira's dad, Takumi's back...I've missed this series, haha! This was my favorite volume in awhile! The conclusion of Yukihira's shokogeki against Eizen and the results, the look on Erina's evil dad's face when he finds out his BFF from his days in Polaris dorm was Yukihira's dad, Takumi's back...I've missed this series, haha!

  19. 4 out of 5

    May

    It's totally genius how competitors from previous books are now characters you root for and like. And another exciting ending that leave you craving the next book. This series started out a bit blah for me but it's turned into a serious favorite right now. It's really matured over the years. It's totally genius how competitors from previous books are now characters you root for and like. And another exciting ending that leave you craving the next book. This series started out a bit blah for me but it's turned into a serious favorite right now. It's really matured over the years.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Samantha

    Love it! My favorite part is when there was about to be a physical altercation and a huge dude picked up the violent dude and told him he wasn't allowed to fight. I could practically hear them saying "WE FIGHT WITH FOOD, NOT FISTS!" Love it! My favorite part is when there was about to be a physical altercation and a huge dude picked up the violent dude and told him he wasn't allowed to fight. I could practically hear them saying "WE FIGHT WITH FOOD, NOT FISTS!"

  21. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Kern

    Good volume This is a good series. I really enjoy it. I also believe in supporting the author. That is why I I buy these volumes.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Johnni Quest

    [4.5/5 stars]

  23. 4 out of 5

    Bee (BacchusVines)

    I'm still enjoying the series, but man! Soma always gets out of the sticky situations! I'm still enjoying the series, but man! Soma always gets out of the sticky situations!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Claire

    The people at Polaris are odd. And I love them!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kanna

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Fakking tomato sauce.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Nina

    Finally starting to figure out who is who on the council of 10. I liked this volume a lot! Also, I'm excited to see Ryo cook again, so I can't wait for the next one! Finally starting to figure out who is who on the council of 10. I liked this volume a lot! Also, I'm excited to see Ryo cook again, so I can't wait for the next one!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Arthur

    this book was lacking

  28. 5 out of 5

    Dorcas

    The fight against central. Looking forward to more food battles. And Season 3 of the anime!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Gerandpa

    *4.5 read for Get Graphic readathon

  30. 5 out of 5

    Pablo Ibarra

    Keep them coming! I just want to keep reading this series. It's so addicting. Lol it's a lot of fun. I tend to breeze right through it though. Keep them coming! I just want to keep reading this series. It's so addicting. Lol it's a lot of fun. I tend to breeze right through it though.

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