Hanebado! Japanese
Alt name(s):
  • Hanebad!
  • Hanebado! - The Badminton Play of Ayano Hanesaki!
  • Hanebado! The Badminton Of Ayano Hanesaki
  • はねバド!
  • はねバド!Hane Bado!
  • 轻羽飞扬
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Tachibana Kentarou is a high-school badminton coach who has a lot more enthusiasm than some of the members of his very small team. One day, he meets the quiet-voiced student Hanesaki Ayano, who is effortlessly physically capable and experienced in badminton. He tries to recruit her, but she seems to have no interest in the sport at all. Due to a series of circumstances, she eventually ends up joining the team. [tethysdust]
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There are actually lots of badminton manga. It's just that this one became popular in the mainstream because Hane is totally fucked up. The rest are more straightforward traditional spo-kon.
WOW badminton manga. But, how can its just only one manga about badminton? Is badminton unpopular in japan? I mean right now japan is one of the strongest country in badminton. In MS there Momota, in WS there akane, in WD yuki/hirota and they not bad too in MD konoda/takeshi and in XD yuta/arisa. And honored mention: aya ohori and sayaka takahashi.
Nice looking art. I was never a fan of sports manga but I'll try this.
i came to read this after watching the anime, i only have something to say

holy shit WHAT?

why is this so different to the anime? it's a completely different genre... no wait... it still feels like a sports manga... from Slam Dunk's era, ah fuck
Just read Asahinagu, that was some Gunjo level of bullying for the sake of bullying.
If people didn't like the anime's Nagisa from the first episode, they're going to want to smash Maharu's face a lot of times.
And now Freezing. Like wtf.
I loved it at the beginning but the story seems to be taking a stupid turn after chapter 17.
I love groups that snipe series from groups that start them. Not
Last read in 2017.
..I got distracted by the chest. I hyped 'cause it's rare to see girls sport manga. But now I'm confident to say that Asahinagu way way better than this.

Both of them have amazing development but Ashinagu more intense than this one.
This is good, but I still don't get used to its pace, pretty fast.

I will reread it later.
wow after looking at this the manga is a whole other series compared to what they're doing with the anime i mean there is some things thats from the manga thats in the anime but then there's a lot of things thats just aint in the anime

pretty crazy how different the manga/anime is when watching the anime am pretty annoyed with how things are but with the manga things are actually put together a lot better making things pretty nice

regardless of that will still finish off the anime and then just keep on with the manga but wow the manga is just so much better
Welp, with episode 9 the anime has officially veered away from the manga completely. And it might actually be for the better, although the tone shifts were abrupt enough to cause whiplash.
How much un-fluff exists here to deserve the psychological tag?
Came here after dropping the anime. Chapter 16 is easily the most faithfully adapted so far, and I guess they decided to apply that tone to the whole show. I did take a peek at chapter 17 and at least it doesn't have so it can't be that bad.
Regarding the latest raw chapters… That was one of the most intense matches I've seen in a sports manga… The downside being that I have a hard time caring about the next match now… I'm more curious as to where the author's going with that twist… that was pretty abrupt…

Last edited 6 mo ago by Lyendith.

I hope Shiwahime beat Ayanon's plot armor real hard.
@Lyendith Thank you Lyendith, I had my hopes up... is really hard to make it as bad and forced as the anime
@8lacKy The manga's change of tone is not a 180° shift, it simply has less comedy and more intensity. I'm at chapter 40, and even if the characters have insecurities it's nowhere near as melodramatic as in the anime. The tone remains mostly positive.
If people came here thinking that the manga is better, I'm not sure they'll be satisfied. For now it's good, but I mean the future chapters.

Last edited 7 mo ago by MangaDex.

shift from Volume 4 to Volume 5 covers for reference:

Last edited 7 mo ago by MangaDex.

As far as I am aware, the manga will go through a rather substantial shift in tone throughout its 4th volume (or shortly after that?). The adaptation pretty much went for the atmosphere the story will have (and keep) after that and changed the plot.. and some of the characters (>_>) because of it. I.. don't understand some of the decisions the team made tho and I also prefer a 'light start' over head-through-the-wall drama from the get-go. Altering personalities is a big "no"~ ^^°