Also, the simplified Chinese ONE PIECE #61 manga (ISBN: 978-981-4341-22-6), which caught up with its Japanese counterpart in under seven weeks. If only Japan's recovery were to take place within a similar time window; we can only pray for Japan and/or help Japan in these distressing times.
Vampire Knight © Hino Matsuri/Hakusensha [Serialized in LaLa]
One Piece © Oda Eiichiro/Shueisha [Serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump]
Published in Singapore by Chuang Yi
After the suspicious deaths of the true blood Ori and a hunter, Yuki sets out with Aido on a mission to offer death seekers her services. On the way, she is attacked by the head of the Toma clan and is saved by none other than Zero. Kaname brings her back home to recuperate, and reveals a shocking secret to her! At his bidding, Yuki drinks his blood, and his memories of the past flow into her. What revelations will she behold about events in the time of the ancestors?
Need SGD 3.40 more, however, if you opt to GET! the English version over the Chinese, which retails for SGD 5.50 per volume.
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- 吸血鬼骑士 (Vampire Knight) 13 of 13+ by Hino Matsuri
- ONE PIECE #61 of 62+ by Oda Eiichiro
Source: Chuang Yi per 22 March 2011
Next Chuang Yi release: 5 April 2011, Tuesday
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