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- The Devil is a Part-Timer! vol. 9.
- Fruits Basket, vols. 10 & 11 (click on “Next 10” below vol. 10 to access the rest of the series)
- Kamisama Kiss, vols. 21-24 (click on “Next 10” below vol. 20 to access the rest of the series)
- Pandora Hearts, vols. 17-21 (click on “Next 10” below vol. 20 to access the rest of the series)
- Rin-Ne, vols. 22, 23 (click on “Next 10” below vol. 20 to access the rest of the series)
- So Cute It Hurts! vols. 11-13
- Tokyo Ghoul, vol. 13
- Yu-Gi-Oh!, vols. 19-27 (click on “Next 10” below vols. 19-21 to access the rest of the series)
We’re still updating our manga collection! Click on the image or the title to access the record in our catalog.
Kamisama Kiss, vols. 14 – 20. Summary: Newly homeless Nanani learns that accepting an offer to stay in a Shinto shrine has made her the shrine’s new deity, and to fulfill her duties she needs the reluctant help of her familiar, a fox spirit in the form of an attractive young man.
Pandora Hearts, vols. 11 – 16. Summary: The air of celebration surrounding fifteen-year-old Oz Vessalius’s coming-of-age ceremony quickly turns to horror when he is condemned for a sin about which he knows nothing. Thrown into the Abyss–an eternal prison from which there is no escape–Oz meets a young girl named Alice, who is not what she seems. Now that the relentless cogs of fate have begun to turn, will they lead only to crushing despair for Oz, or will Alice provide him with some shred of hope?
So Cute it Hurts!! vols. 5-10. Summary: The comedy starts when the cross-dressing begins! The Kobayashi twins, Mego and Mitsuru, were named after historical figures, but only Mego has grown up with a taste for history. So when Mitsuru is in danger of losing his weekends to extra history classes, he convinces his sister to swap clothes with him and ace his tests! After all, how hard can it be for them to play each other? But Mego can’t rely on just her book smarts in Mitsuru’s all-boys, delinquents’ paradise of a high school. And Mitsuru finds life as a high school girl to be much more complicated than he expected!
Assassination Classroom, vol. nos. 11-15, by Yusei Matsui. Read the Wikipedia description here.
The Devil is a Part-Timer! vols. nos. 6 and 7, by Satoshi Wagahara. Read the Wikipedia description here.
Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, vol. no. 5, by Ryan North. Read the Wikipedia description here.
The last installment of James Dashner’s series The Mortality Doctrine has arrived: “The Game of Lives.” Read a review here.
M. J. Beaufrand’s “Useless Bay” is a tense mystery that includes quintuplets, Washington Bay, and severed body parts. *shudder* Read a review here.
“Zombies vs. Unicorns” by Justine Larbalestier and Holly Black is a hilarious take on which fantasy being is the more awesome of the two. According to the BBC review, “whether you are a fan of relentless shambling or rainbow flatulence, you won’t be disappointed.” Read a review here.
Finally, we play catch-up with one of our most popular manga series: One-Punch Man, having just acquired volume #s 7, 8, and 9.
We now have the popular series “Fruits Basket”! Come check out the first of three collector’s editions.
We’ve also received the novelizations of “The Devil is a Part-Timer” by Satoshi Wagahara. These are text versions of the popular manga series of the same name.
It doesn’t end. They just keep coming.
Isn’t it great?
Books are alpha by author. Click on the title to access the record in our catalog.