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Until Death Do Us Part Omnibus (2-in-1 Edition), Vol. 3: Includes Vol. 5 & 6 by Hiroshi Takashige
Sword Art Online Progressive Manga, Vol. 1
Reki Kawahara - 2014
As time passes, Asuna fears what will become of her life outside the fantasy realm--the failure she might seem in the eyes of her peers and parents. Unwilling to wait on the sidelines for more experienced gamers to beat the game, Asuna employs her study habits to learn the mechanics of game--and swordplay. Her swiftness impresses Kirito, a pro gamer who invites Asuna to join the best players on the front lines. Is Asuna ready to swap class rankings for player rankings and join Kirito?
Mardock Scramble 1
Tow Ubukata - 2010
until he tried to murder her. Standing at the precipice of death, Rune is saved by Dr. Easter, a private investigator, who uses an experimental procedure known as "Mardock Scramble 09." The procedure grants Balot extraordinary abilities and now Rune must decide whether to use her new powers to help Dr. Easter bring Shell to justice, or if she has the will to keep living a life that's been broken so badly. Includes special extras after the story!
Basilisk: The Kouga Ninja Scrolls, Vol. 1
Futaro Yamada - 2003
Only the Hanzo Hattori truce has kept the two families from all-out war. Now, under the order of Shogun Ieyasu Tokugawa, the truce has finally been dissolved. Ten ninja from each clan must fight to the death in order to determine who will be the next Tokugawa Shogun. The surviving clan will rule for the next thousand years. But not all the clan members are in agreement. Oboro of the Iga clan and Gennosuke of the Kouga clan have fallen deeply in love. Now these star-crossed lovers have been pitted against each other. Can their romance conquer a centuries-old rivalry? Or is their love destined to end in death? From the Trade Paperback edition.
The Drifting Classroom: Perfect Edition, Vol. 1
Kazuo Umezz - 2019
Out of nowhere, an entire school vanishes, leaving nothing but a hole in the ground. While parents mourn and authorities investigate, the students and teachers find themselves not dead but stranded in a terrifying wasteland where they must fight to survive.
Tiger & Bunny, Vol. 1
Mizuki Sakakibara - 2012
Some of them fight crime in the city of Stern Bild while promoting their corporate sponsors on the hit show HERO TV. The people love their superheroes, even if they don’t completely understand them, and not all of the NEXT use their powers for good.Veteran hero Wild Tiger has years of experience fighting crime, but his ratings have been slipping. Under orders from his new employer, Wild Tiger finds himself forced to team up with Barnaby Brooks Jr., a rookie with an attitude. Overcoming their differences will be at least as difficult for this mismatched duo as taking down superpowered bad guys!
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Part 2—Battle Tendency, Vol. 1
Hirohiko Araki - 2002
The beginning of the Battle Tendency Arc! The Joestar family is called upon to do battle against evil again! This time, it’s Joseph Joestar, the grandson of Jonathan Joestar! And his enemies are more powerful and diabolical than ever! Behold! The terror of the Pillar Men!
Black Lagoon, Vol. 1
Rei Hiroe - 2008
In the dangerous underworld of the Russian Mafia, Chinese triads, Colombian drug cartels, crazed assassins, and ruthless mercenaries, it's hard to know who to trust. But if you've got a delivery to make, and you don't mind a little property damage along the way, you can count on the crew of the Black Lagoon!Rokurō Okajima is just an average Japanese salaryman, living an average life. But when he's taken hostage by the crew of the Black Lagoon, Rokurō finds himself thrown headfirst into a deadly world of outlawed heroes, brutal villains, and blazing gunfights. Where he ends up is anyone's guess, but one thing is for certain--he's in for a wild ride!
King of Thorn, Vol. 1
Yuji Iwahara - 2003
There is no cure, but of the two only Kasumi is selected to be cryogenically frozen with 159 others until a cure is found. At some point in the future, Kasumi awakens to find herself in an unfamiliar world with violent monsters. Older teens.
The Best of Pokémon Adventures: Red
Hidenori Kusaka - 2006
But he's finding out there are rivals around every corner. There's Misty, Green, and Blue--they're all searching for Pokémon too. And don't forget about the mysterious Team Rocket! Suddenly, Pokémon are more popular than ever before. Everyone, it seems, wants to get their hands on Mew, Poliwhirl, Bulbasaur and, of course, the irrepressible electric mouse--Pikachu!!Cover & Graphic Design/Izumi Hirayama
Gunslinger Girl, Vol. 1
Yu Aida - 2002
Henrietta barely survived a brutal attack that killed her family. "Rescued" by the Social Welfare Agency, her injuries were repaired with robotic components and she was brainwashed - lost with the memory of her family's death was almost every trace of her own humanity. Today she is an extraordinarily lethal cyborg assassin, obediently working with her handler Giuseppe to carry out her deadly tasks. Despite her conditioning and programming, Henrietta still has the heart of a young girl; she has not completely forgotten how to love. Yet the very emotion is contrary to her training and programming. Can the Gunslinger Girl survive? Can she find peace in a struggle against her very nature?
Batman: The Jiro Kuwata Batmanga, Vol. 2
Jiro Kuwata - 2015
Nearly fifty years after it was originally published in Japan, the famed Batman manga is now fully translated and available to English-speaking readers in its entirety for the first time! Dive into these beautiful, timeless stories written and illustrated by the legendary manga creator Jiro Kuwata.
Chobits, Omnibus 1
CLAMP - 2010
and in near-future Japan, the hottest style for your "persocom" is shaped like an attractive android Poor student Hideki, fresh off the farm and trying to get into a Tokyo university, has neither money nor a girlfriend - then finds a persocom seemingly discarded in an alley. Taking the cute robot home and activating it, Hideki finds her affectionate, but amnesiac, able only to say the word "Chi" - and so he names her. But who is this strange new persocom in his life? Instead of being his digital assistant, Hideki finds himself having to teach Chi how to get along in the everyday world, even while he and his friends try to solve the mystery of her origins. Is she one of the urban-legendary Chobits - persocoms built to have the riskiest functions of all: real emotions, and free will?