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Detroit Metal City Volume 9

Detroit Metal City Volume 9
June 21, 2011
Lori Henderson

By all appearances, Soichi Negishi is a sweet, well-mannered boy who loves Swedish pop music, trendy boutiques, and all things …Read the Rest

Black Bird Volume 8

Black Bird Volume 8
June 15, 2011
Lori Henderson

Raiko, the demon hunter who has been staying at Misao’s house, is determined to save her–even if that’s the last …Read the Rest

Stepping on Roses Volume 4

Stepping on Roses Volume 4
June 13, 2011

New maid Keiko Kinoshita enters the Ashida household under the guise of helping out, but she’s actually a spy for …Read the Rest

7 Billion Needles Volume 1-2

7 Billion Needles Volume 1-2
June 8, 2011
Lori Henderson

Since the death of her father, Hikaru has been withdrawing from the world, hiding being her headphones drown out everything …Read the Rest

Cross Game Volume 1: Manga Movable Feast

Cross Game Volume 1: Manga Movable Feast
May 25, 2011

Some of my critics are quick to point out that I don’t give very many high scores on my reviews. …Read the Rest

Slam Dunk Volume 11

Slam Dunk Volume 11
May 19, 2011
Lori Henderson

Shoyo’s ace, Fujima, drops himself into the lineup and quickly helps his team retake the lead from Shohoku, and despite …Read the Rest

Amnesia Labyrinth volume 1

Amnesia Labyrinth volume 1
May 5, 2011
Katherine Farmar

Manga authors’ notes are usually self-deprecating and full of “oh God this is awful I can’t bear to look at …Read the Rest

Inuyasha Volume 56: Manga Movable Feast

Inuyasha Volume 56: Manga Movable Feast
April 27, 2011
Lori Henderson

The demon Naraku’s true intentions are finally revealed! Then, Kagome is swallowed up by the Meido. Is she finally beyond …Read the Rest

One Fine Day Volume 2-3

One Fine Day Volume 2-3
April 19, 2011
Lori Henderson

With No-Ah’s childhood friend/tormentor added to the mix, all sorts of new adventures are brewing at the green-roofed house. Nanai …Read the Rest

Replica volume 1

Replica volume 1
April 13, 2011
Katherine Farmar

Manji the bodyguard is known as the Red Dog because of his red hair and fierce temper. When he runs into a boy named Kal fighting the dangerous creatures known as “toys”, Kal tells him to keep away because he’s no match for them — but Manji takes that as a challenge. Soon he’s swept into the battle between the creator of the toys and the mysterious group known as “Cards”.