Goblin Slayer Manga Volume 2

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About Goblin Slayer Manga Volume 2

Goblin Slayer Manga Volume 2 features story by Kumo Kagyu and art by Kousuke Kurose.

A high elf, a dwarf, and a lizardman walk into a bar...with a mission for Goblin Slayer! The revival of the dark gods has brought chaos to the lands, with an army of demons closing in on the horizon! However, Goblin Slayer's here for one job and one job only: slaying goblins. Can the new trio gain his trust and win him to their side before the end of the world as they know it...?


  • Publisher: YEN PRESS
  • Media: Manga
  • Genre: Action, Fantasy
  • Themes: Adventure
  • Age Rating: 17+
  • Release Date: 4/17/2018
  • Page Count: 176
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Written Language: English

Ratings & Reviews

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Definate need to get

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Great second volume that shows more of goblin slayer doing what he does best, Slaying Goblins! It depicts more of his knowledge and techniques on how he hunts and kills them, even with some unusual unthought of ways.

Its like Fire Wine but better!

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The first volume I wasn't that impressed with the art mostly because the majority was taking place within a network of caves but in this volume, they really blow you away with all the details. We get three new main characters with character design that makes them come alive rather than just be some window dressing. With the new characters we get some interesting dialogue and find out more about the world this is all taking place in. Combine that with some epic battles and I can now say I am addicted to this series.

The Batman of Fantasy Worlds

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The themes are strengthened in the second volume. You see the goblin slayer learning to work together with people partially as well as his innovative ideas about how to deal with goblins aside for slash and dash. He contrasts to players who just rush in and get killed while he learns how they behave and use that knowledge against them. At this point, I would just recommend buying the whole series; there are many underlying themes that are worth returning to and looking for strands throughout the many volumes. If you really enjoy it, there are also light novels that are more in depth and provide more insight. The anime well done but changes the order of some events to fit its story arc better in my opinion.