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- 1 Summary
- 2 Plot
- 3 Volumes
- 4 Translations of the issues
- 5 Splatoon 2 Era
- 6 Characters
- 7 Tactics
- 8 Anime
- 9 Rating
- 10 Prerelease Elements
- 11 Impossible Battle Ink Color Combinations
- 12 Gallery
- 13 Trivia
- 14 Japanese name (manga)
- 15 Japanese name (characters)
- 16 External Links
- 17 References
The manga stars Goggles-Kun and his three friends: Headphones-Chan, Glasses-Kun, and Knit Cap (Bobble)-Chan. This kid-friendly manga uses the Splatoon rules and world and the action on the arena, developing on Turf Wars.
Most plots focus primarily on the Blue Team, a team of Inklings.
Fan made issue (Issue 0)
The Blue Team face the Yellow Team in this ink-crazy extravaganza!
Released in June's CoroCoro Special Magazine in 2015.
Released in December's CoroCoro Special Magazine in 2015.
The Blue Team learn that they will battle the Orange Team Army with S+ ranked Inklings. When the battle begins and the Orange Team takes the lead with ease, the Blue Team find an unexpected weakness with the Orange Team, which allows them to take the lead.
Released in April's CoroCoro Special Magazine in 2016.
Taking a break from battling against S+ ranked squids, Goggles-Kun gets his clothes damaged during a Turf War and has to go shopping for new gear, but someone is watching him from afar: Aloha!
Pickled plums were seen in this issue. The stage is Blackbelly Skatepark.
Released in June's CoroCoro Special Magazine in 2016.
The day has come for the Blue Team to face off against one of the S4 members, Aloha, and the rest of the Pink Team, but right before the match starts, Goggles gets in a fight with his friend Glasses!
This is the second time Inklings are seen attempting to swim in water, this time being the Blue Team. Unlike in the actual game, they do not dissolve in water, but rather sink to the bottom.
Its original date of release was going to be August, but it was released on June 30th's CoroCoro Special Magazine in 2016 instead.
Battle against the Dark Green Team.
This is the first time (and so far the only time) the manga shows Headphones' special weapon: the Bubbler.
This is the first time the manga is seen on a regular CoroCoro magazine instead of a special one, being released on September 8th, 2016.
After defeating Aloha from the S4, Goggles is already eager for another exciting battle. Luckily there seems to be another squid who’s just as eager to take them on, Rider can’t help but wonder who are they (spoilers: it's Mask).
This is the first time the manga shows Knit-Cap's special weapon: an Inkstrike.
This is the first time the Blue Team was defeated on-screen. The Blue Team are defeated in the CoroCoro Cup, there wasn't proof execpt for this being mentioned in Issue 2.
Released in October's CoroCoro Special Magazine in 2016.
After the shocking loss against the Purple Team, the Blue Team (and Rider of course) train so they could have a rematch with Skull. However, during a battle between the Blue and Lime teams, Goggles (due to drinking too much) has to go to pee.
Released in December's CoroCoro Special Magazine with a colored issue color in 2016.
Battle against the Purple Team.
This is the final issue that holds the CoroCoro Cup during the Splatoon era.
Released in February's CoroCoro Special Magazine in 2017.
Battle again the Green Team (again).
Released to support the upcoming sequel in March's CoroCoro Magazine in 2017.
Unlike the previous days, Goggles arrives for the meeting time early, only to remember today is a break from training, and he meets Rider instead. The two are shortly dragged by Cap'n Cuttlefish in order to save the Great Zapfish from the Octarians.
This is the introduction of Hero Mode, due to Goggles and Rider being agents. However, this is only part 1.
This also introduces a small, pink Inkling that can't be confused with the S4's Aloha.
Released in April's CoroCoro Special Magazine in 2017.
|“||コミックス1巻も7月28日頃に発売予定です！ (Volume 1 is also scheduled to be released around July 28!||”|
— ひのでや参吉 (Sankichi Hinodeya)
A part of the Splatoon manga featuring issues.
Translations of the issues
These are the manga issues that have been translated. Issues 1-4 and 6-8 have been made by V. Issue 5, the Hero mode and the bonus issues 2-3 were made by the Inkstrike Reserve. However, it contains swearing/cusses and is not suitable for young children.
- Issue 0
- Issue 1
- Issue 2
- Issue 3
- Issue 4
- Issue 5
- Issue 6 (Translator originally skipped issue 5)
- Issue 7
- Issue 8
- Hero Mode part 1
- Hero Mode part 2
- Bonus issue 2 (Bonus issue 1 is the fan-made issue, issue 0)
- Bonus issue 3
Splatoon 2 Era
- Main article: Splatoon (manga)/Splatoon 2
- Main article: Splatoon (manga)/Characters
These are the characters in the manga series.
- Main article: Splatoon (manga)/Tactics
The teams have tactics they can use in battle (ex: Blue Team's Idiotic Syncnitation Power)
- Main article: Splatoon (anime)
Since the manga is published in the CoroCoro Magazines, it is child-friendly. However, there are some brief scenes of comical nudity in the comic. Furthermore, the manga is easy to read, even if the reader does not know Japanese. The manga itself has a good dose of comedy and a nice representation of the Splatoon rules, world, and action.
- Main article: Splatoon (manga)/Prerelease Elements
Differences between the fan-made issue and the official series.
Impossible Battle Ink Color Combinations
There are some color combinations that are depicted or mentioned that do not appear in Splatoon.
- The fan-made issue of the Splatoon manga was published in June's CoroCoro Special issue in 2015.
- In this issue, the main protagonists made their first appearance as unnamed characters.
- The first official issue was published in December 2015's CoroCoro Special issue.
- Furthermore, Rider and the Squid Sisters made their first appearance in this issue.
Japanese name (manga)
|Splatoon Splatoon, basically two Splatoons in the name.|
Japanese name (characters)
|Same as translated name|
|Knit Cap-Chan. Sometimes in translation, because "Knit Cap-Chan" was too clunky to be used, she gets renamed to Bobble-Chan|
- The fan made issue of Splatoon dubbed
- The current Splatoon manga on now
- About Volume 1 and a speed-draw of Goggles-Kun in squid ink.