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Graphic Novels & Manga

November 2014 Manga New Releases


New manga to get you through the colder weather.

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Graphic Novels & Manga

September 2014 New Manga Releases


New manga out for your fall reading needs.

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Suvudu

Kodansha Comics Reveals Best Sellers, New Titles, and Product Innovations at Comic-Con


The state of the Kodansha Comics union, from SDCC14.

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Graphic Novels & Manga

August 2014 New Manga Releases


New manga for the dog days of summer!

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Graphic Novels & Manga

Month of Manga Love: “Missions of Love” vol. 2 Review


Month of Manga Love: “Missions of Love” vol. 2 Review

A fun read that shows emotional angles you don’t often get to see in comics, Missions of Love, volume 2 closes with many possibilities for its romantic future, and leaves you feeling introspective, too.

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Graphic Novels & Manga

Sherlock Holmes as a Dog: A Review of Yuma Ando’s Sherlock Bones 1


Sherlock Holmes as a Dog: A Review of Yuma Ando’s Sherlock Bones 1

Part suspense, part horror, part adorable, Sherlock Bones’s first volume is a well-balanced story that offers a lot of promise for future volumes.

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Graphic Novels & Manga

Valentine’s Day Reading: Missions of Love, vol. 1 by Ema Toyama


Valentine’s Day Reading: Missions of Love, vol. 1 by Ema Toyama

In need of a little romance this Valentine’s? Check out Kodansha’s newest shojo love story, Missions of Love.

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Graphic Novels & Manga

New York Comic-Con 2011: The Manga Wrap-up


New York City Comic-Con is a whirlwind four-day ride through the world of comics, manga, sci-fi, videogames, pop movies, and is a hub for grand, new announcements and networking among talent, made and indie alike. Rumor at the Javitz Center floor was that the convention – which sold out of all tickets by Friday – [...]

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Graphic Novels & Manga

Kodansha Comics’ Debut Titles Hit No. 1


Kodansha Comics’ Debut Titles Hit No. 1

As reported earlier, Kodansha Comics debuted in America with seven manga volumes released in May, the first of which came out on May 10. Ten days later, four titles hit shelves and three made the New York Times Graphic Books Best Sellers Top 10 Manga List. The fourth title, Arisa, climbed to a spot on [...]

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Graphic Novels & Manga

Bankruptcies and Layoffs: Where Do We Go From Here?


Get out your compasses and put away your star charts, readers: There be a storm to weather through. On the surface, manga in America seems to have had a tough season in the spring of 2011. First the Bankruptcy of Borders was announced, which took out one of the major continental purchasing centers for manga. [...]

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