Until Death Do Us Part 7, Soul Eater 8, Team Medical Dragon 17 (Level Comics 28 June 2011 manga) [UPDATED]

And...Dun, dun, dun, DUN!... Death's Notice 7!
Sawry for the NikBabble™ delay; there's a LOT of Level Comics to get through. (That's your Hella Long! warning.)

Until Death Do Us Part 7 (Level Comics)

Shi ga Futari wo Wakatsu Made © Takashige Hiroshi & DOUBLE-S
Square Enix [Serialized in Young Gangan]
Published in Indonesia as Until Death do us Part by Elex Media/Level Comics

Mission Exterminate Assassins in Shinjukugyoen, Start-OH!, and who should get in Mamoru's face but Detective Genda. In this inevitable badass showdown, which swordsman will prevail?

Observes Until Death do us Part editor Lenny-san: The Full action & technology! spares no one, not even Haruka; she leaps into the Volume 7: Girl meets...... crossfire armed with what Mamoru taught her ^^

Lenny-san likewise edits the also Full of fighting scenes! Soul Eater, Level's next Most Wanted manga separated from UDDUP by one point (my vote ^^).

Soul Eater 8 of 19+ by Ohkubo Atsushi

The SPSS (DWMA) mandates meisters and weapons to study Duel Arts to prep for combat against the first Kishin and the Arachnophobia syndicate. But resonance hiccups result in training #Fail.

Meanwhile, Medusa soul's survives Stein's death blow and resurfaces in a new body.

Lenny-san promises that we get Awesome! Death The Kid action in this tank (see »Wiki's summary for a sneak peek at asymmetriphobic DTK's virtuosity). Also, the Shinigama–Witch clot, errr, plot, deepens ^_^

Soul Eater 8 compiles chapter 28 through 31: Bodyguard (Part 2), Snake and Reunion Express (Part 1 and 2). [*NOT Level's chapter titles]

The third top DO WANT!—Team Medical Dragon 17—yes, also edited by Ganbariya-san Lenny-san, making 6.28 a Lenny trifecta, is previewed behind the cut, along with seven other starred series.

New Level manga: Kowloon's Seekers

Kowloon's Seekers 1 (Level Comics)

Shin Kijou no Kowloon
© Aoki Tomo & Nagasaki Takashi
Shinchosha [Comic Bunch]
Published in Indonesia
as Kowloon's Seekers
by Level Comics

Mid-21st century. Tsukueda Kyu is a seeker living in Neo Kowloon. Raised by the genetically engineered rabbit, Rabbi, Kyu hunts for missing ‘goods’ and ‘hearts’ in Tokyo, along with his animal sidekick slash parent.

Little do Kyu and Rabbi expect their next seeker case to pit them against Monk, a genius chimpanzee with big Annihilate humans! schemes. A chimp modified by Professor Moro, the same (mad) scientist who tweaked Rabbi.

Lenny-san (*grin*) deems this new science fiction/detective series a must for 20th Century Boys and Monster fans. Why? Explains an unidentified Elex Media editor: writer Nagasaki Takashi collaborates with Urasawa Naoki on Monster and Billy Bat. Nagasaki Takashi-sensei was also among the planning staff of the live-action 20th Century Boys movie, as well as supervisor of the Monster anime for Studio Bee.

Meanwhile, manga-ka Aoki Tomo-sensei has more shoujo than seinen manga among his/her backlist (Fushigi Doushiden Hakke no Sora, Ryuuyou-kun Shimatsu Ki and the ongoing Sangokushi Joker, all first serialized in Akita Shoten's Mystery Bonita horror comics magazine).

Baka-Updates Manga identifies the 2002.12-vintage Kijou no Kuryuu or Kijou no Kowloon as the prequel to Kowloon's Seekers. I wonder, though, whether the latter is truly a continuation; I lean more to a reworking, I don't know why. Kijou no Kowloon was published by Shogakukan (Big Comics Special imprint) while Kowloon's Seekers was published by Shinchosha (Comic Bunch Extra imprint).

Lenny-san's GET! parting shot: Kyu and Rabbi solve cases not only with logic and deduction, but also with liver heart ♡. The poignant backstories don't lose out to the exciting cases >0<

Level Comics manga (2011.06.28)

  1. ARMS 20 of 22 by Minagawa Ryouji & Nanatsuki Kyouichi
  2. LC: ARMS 20

    by Minagawa Ryouji & Nanatsuki Kyouichi
    Shogakukan Shonen Sunday, shounen
    Volume 20 first published in Japan 2002.01

    Best Shounen Manga, 44th Shogakukan Manga Awards

    Other languages
    English Project ARMS (VIZ Media: 22 volumes, French (Kana: 22 volumes), Italian (Panini Comics/Planet Manga), German (Planet Manga), traditional Chinese (Tong Li Taiwan).

    TMS's 26-episode anime adaptation aired between TV Tokyo April and September 2001, starring seiyuu Canna Nobutoshi (Takatsuki Ryo), Takayama Minami (Kuruma Kei), Ueda Yuji (Tomoe Takeshi) and Miki Shinichiro (Shingu Hayato). The Project ARMS: The 2nd Chapter sequel (episodes 27-52) broadcast from October 2001 through March 2002.

  3. Bambino! 12 of 15 by Sekiya Tetsuji
  4. LC: Bambino! 12

    Bambino!バンビ~ノ!」 by Sekiya Tetsuji
    Shogakukan Big Comic Spirits, seinen
    Volume 12 (chapters 121-131) first published in Japan 2008.05

    Best Seinen/General Manga, 53rd Shogakukan Manga Awards, tied with Kuromaru- & Natsuhara Takeshi's The Black Swindler (Kurosagi).

    Related series
    Bambino! Secondo (sequel; seven volumes per 2011.06.30)

    An 11-episode live-action adaptation starring Matsumoto Jun (Shogo Ban) and Kitamura Kazuki (Yonamine Tsukasa/Yona-san) aired on NTV from April to June 2007. The TV series reaped four awards at the 53rd Television Drama Academy Awards: Best Actor (Matsumoto Jun), Supporting Actor (Kazuki Kitamura), Best Director and a Special Award.

  5. Basara 18 of 27 by Tamura Yumi
  6. LC: Basara 18

    BasaraBASARA」 by Tamura Yumi
    Shogakukan Betsucomi, shoujo
    Volume 18 first published in Japan 1996.06

    Best Shoujo Manga, 38th Shogakukan Manga Awards

    Other versions/languages
    Re-released in 16 bunko volumes (2002.03 to 2002.10)
    English Basara (VIZ Media: 27 volumes), French (Kana: 27 volumes), German (EMA: Band 26 ships 2011.10; Band 27 per 2012.01), Danish (Mangismo Danmark) and Swedish (Mangismo Sverige)

    A 13-episode Legend of Basara anime by KSS, starring seiyuu Kimura Akiko (Sarasa) and Inoue Kazuhiko (Shuri), aired in Japan from April to June 1998.

  7. Bronze Angel (Bronze no Tenshi) 3 of 7 by Saito Chiho
  8. LC: Bronze Angel 3

    Bronze no Tenshiブロンズの天使」 by Saito Chiho
    Shogakukan Flowers, shoujo
    Volume 3 first published in Japan 2005.07

    Other versions
    Rereleased in five bunko volumes (per 2011.03)

    Related series
    Bronze no Tenshi Gaiden (one volume spin-off; 2009.01)

  9. Death's Notice (Ikigami) 7 of 9+ by Mase Motoro
  10. LC: Death's Notice 7

    Ikigamiイキガミ」 by Mase Motoro
    Shogakukan Young Sunday, seinen
    Volume 7 (episodes 13 and 14) first published in Japan 2009.09

    Other languages
    English Ikigami: The Ultimate Limit (VIZ Media: volume 6 per 2010.08 • volume 7 street date: 2011.08.09), French (Kazé Editions: Ikigami, préavis de mort, tome 8 shipped 2011.03), Dutch (Kana Netherlands), Polish (Hanami), Spanish and Italian (Panini Comics), Korean (Haksan), traditional Chinese (Sharp Point Press Taiwan: 死亡預告 7 per 2010.06)

    A live-action movie, directed by Takimoto Tomoyuki and starring Matsuda Shota as ikigami courier Fujimoto Kengo, premiered in Japan in September 2008.

  11. Devil Devil 2 of 15 by Miyoshi Yuuki
  12. LC: Devil Devil 2

    Devil Devilデビデビ」 by Miyoshi Yuuki
    Shogakukan Shonen Sunday, shounen
    Volume 2 first published in Japan 1998.12

    Other languages
    French (PIKA Édition: 15 volumes per 2005.10), German (Planet Manga)

  13. Fight!! Ippo (Hajime no Ippo) 83 of 96+ by Morikawa Joji
  14. LC: Fight!! Ippo 83

    Hajime no Ippoはじめの一歩
    by Morikawa Joji
    AKA Fighting Spirit
    Kodansha Weekly Shonen Magazine, shounen
    Volume 83 first published in Japan 2008.03

    Volume 83 chapters:
    Round 788: Champion's Pride
    Round 789: A Fight To Be Proud Of
    Round 790: Hurricane Makunouchi
    Round 791: Extreme Talent
    Round 792: Go For The Throne!
    Round 793: The Shape of Talent
    Round 794: King of Speed Kings
    Round 795: Be Aggressive!
    Round 796: Unexpected Spar
    Round 797: Hi-Speed Perspective
    Round 798: The Worst Feeling
    *NOT Level chapter titles

    Best Shounen Manga, 1991 Kodansha Manga Awards

    Related series
    Hajime no Ippo Gaiden (one-shot prequel)

    Other languages
    French (Kurokawa: Ippo, Saison 2: Destins de Boxeurs tome 13 per 2011.06.09 • tome 14 street date: 2011.07.07) and traditional Chinese (Tong Li Taiwan: 第一神拳 95 per 2011.06.23)

    A 76-episode anime by Madhouse, starring seiyuu Kiyasu Kohei (Makunouchi Ippo), aired on NTV from October 2000 to March 2002. A sequel/special, Hajime no Ippo - Champion Road, came out in June 2003, followed by the spinoff Hajime no Ippo - Mashiba vs. Kimura OAV (2003.09). The 26-episode second season Hajime no Ippo: New Challenger was telecast from January to June 2009.

  15. The Fugitive Lawyer Makoto Narita (Toubou Bengoshi Narita Makoto) 6 of 6 by Go Hideki and Takada Yu [Finale]
  16. LC: The Fugitive Lawyer Makoto Narita 6

    Toubou Bengoshi Narita Makoto
    逃亡弁護士 成田誠
    by Go Hideki (Natsuhara Takeshi)¹ and Takada Yu
    Shogakukan Young Sunday (until July 2008 before moving to Big Comic Spirits), seinen
    Volume 6 (chapters 55-63) first published in Japan 2009.03

    Related series
    Shin Toubou Bengoshi Narita Makoto (sequel by Okamoto Sou; three volumes as at 2011.04.28)

    ¹ Go Hideki-sensei also writes as Natsuhara Takeshi (The Black Swindler/Kurosagi).

  17. [Series Premiere] Kowloon's Seekers (Shin Kijou no Kowloon) 1 of 3 by Aoki Tomo & Nagasaki Takashi
  18. LC: Kowloon's Seekers 1

    Shin Kijou no Kowloon真 机上の九龍
    by Aoki Tomo & Nagasaki Takashi
    AKA Shin Kijou no Kuryuu
    Shinchosha Comic Bunch, seinen
    Volume 1 first published in Japan 2009.08

    Related series
    Prequel: Kijou no Kowloon (1 volume published under Shogakukan's Big Comics Special imprint; 2002.12)

  19. Kyoko Karasuma's Case Files (Karasuma Kyouko no Jikenbo) 6 of 9+ by Hiroi Ohji & Kozaki Yusuke
  20. LC: Kyoko Karasuma's Case Files 6

    Karasuma Kyouko no Jikenbo
    by Hiroi Ohji & Kozaki Yusuke
    AKA Kyoko Karasuma - Detective of the Asakusa Police Department
    Gentosha Comic BIRZ, seinen
    Volume 6 first published in Japan 2007.12

    Other languages
    French (Taifu Comics: Kyoko Karasuma, Inspecteur à Asakusa tome 8 per 2010.10 • tome 9 street date: 2011.10.13), German (Carlsen Comics: Kyoko Karasuma: Detective of the Asakusa Police Department latest - Band 9), Russian (Comix-ART)

  21. Miso-Com (30 Kon Miso-com) 9 of 12+ by Yonezawa Rika
  22. LC: Miso-Com 9

    30 Kon Miso-com30婚 miso‐com
    by Yonezawa Rika
    Kodansha Kiss, josei
    Volume 9 first published in Japan 2009.12

    Other languages
    Traditional Chinese (Tong Li: 待嫁熟女 11 per 2011.02)

  23. Psychometrist Eiji (Psychometrer Eiji) 21 of 25 by Ando Yuma & Asaki Masashi
  24. LC: Psychometrist Eiji 21

    Psychometrer EijiサイコメトラーEIJI
    by Ando Yuma & Asaki Masashi
    Kodansha Weekly Shonen Magazine, shounen
    Volume 21 first published in Japan 2000.02

    Other languages
    French Psychometrer Eiji (Kana/Dargaud: 25 volumes), simplified Chinese (Chuang Yi Singapore 感应少年 Eiji: 25 volumes), traditional Chinese (Tong Li)

    Re-released in 12 bunko volumes (2003.06 to 2003.11)

  25. RRR 2 of 10 by Watanabe Jun
  26. LC: RRR 2

    RRRRRR」 by Watanabe Jun
    AKA Rock 'n' Roll Ricky
    Kodansha Young Magazine, seinen
    Volume 2 first published in Japan 2007.09

  27. Soul Eater 8 of 19+ by Ohkubo Atsushi
  28. LC: Soul Eater 8

    Soul Eaterソウルイーター」 by Ohkubo Atsushi
    Square Enix Shonen Gangan, shounen
    Volume 8 first published in Japan 2007.01

    Related series
    First appeared as one-shots in two Gangan Powered special editions (Summer and Fall 2003) and Gangan Wing's 26 November 2003 issue. (Regular Monthly Shonen Gangan serialization commenced May 2004.)

    Other languages
    English Soul Eater (Yen Press: five volumes per 2011.02 • volume 6 street date: 2011.06.28), French (Kurokawa tome 15 shipped 2011.05.12 • Tome 16 street date: 2011.07.07), German (Carlsen Comics Band 11 shipped 2011.06.24 • Band 12 street date: 2011.08.26) and traditional Chinese 噬魂者 (Sharp Point Press)

    Related series
    Soul Eater Not! (side story; began serialization in Shonen Gangan 2011.01.12)

    Manga volumes 1 to 12 adapted to anime by BONES. Fifty-one episodes starring seiyuu Omigawa Chiaki (Maka Alban) and Uchiyama Kouki (Soul Eater) aired in Japan from April 2008 to March 2009.

    Square Enix bundled an audio drama, Soul Eater (Vol. 1): Special Social Studies Field Trip, with an artbook in August 2005. The drama CD featured different actors (Takeuchi Junko as Maka; Hoshi Souichirou as Soul Eater); only Kobayashi Yumiko reprised her Black☆Star role in the TV series.

  29. Team Medical Dragon (Iryuu -Team Medical Dragon-) 17 of 25 by Nogizaka Taro & Nagai Akira
  30. LC: Team Medical Dragon 17

    Iryuu -Team Medical Dragon-医龍
    by Nogizaka Taro, Nagai Akira, Yoshinuma Mie (Medical Supervisor)
    Shogakukan Big Comic Superior, seinen
    Volume 17 (chapters 132-140) first published in Japan 2008.05

    Winner, Best Seinen/General Manga, 50th Shogakukan Manga Awards

    Other languages
    French (Glénat: tome 16 shipped 2011.04 • tome 17 street date: 2011.07.20)

    Two seasons of the live-action adaptation, starring Sakaguchi Kenji (Asada Ryutaro), aired on Fuji TV (Season 1: April to June 2006; Season 2: October to December 2007). The series won the Best Drama award at the 49th Television Drama Academy Awards.

  31. Until Death do us Part (Shi ga Futari wo Wakatsu Made) 7 of 15+ by Takashige Hiroshi & DOUBLE-S
  32. LC: Until Death Do Us Part 7

    Shi ga Futari wo Wakatsu Made
    by Takashige Hiroshi & DOUBLE-S
    Square Enix Young Gangan, seinen
    Volume 7 (Parts 49-57) first published in Japan 2008.05

    Other languages
    French (Ki-oon: Jusqu'à ce que la mort nous sépare tome 13 shipped 2011.05.12 • tome 14 street date: 2011.08.18), traditional Chinese (Tong Li Taiwan: 終極感應 13 per 2011.06.09 and Jade Dynasty Hong Kong), Korean (Haksan: 죽음이 두 사람을 갈라놓을 때까지 12 released 2011.06.17)

  33. X Blade 4 of 12 by Ida Tatsuhiko & Shiki Satoshi
  34. LC: X Blade 4

    by Ida Tatsuhiko & Shiki Satoshi
    Kodansha Shonen Sirius, shounen
    Volume 4 first published in Japan 2008.06

    Related series
    XBlade Cross (sequel, one volume per 2011.07)

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European comics/BDs (2011.06.28)

  • Cubitus - Nggak Pernah Mati! (Cubitus ne mord jamais, tome 36) by Dupa (Le Lombard)

¹ Sources: Elex STO 28 June 2011 (release schedule) and Level Comics, Komikologi and Gramedia Shop (synopses, unless indicated otherwise).
² All manga retail for IDR 18,500 except Death's Notice 7 (IDR 18,000), Kowloon's Seekers 1 and Until Death do us Part 7 (IDR 19,500) and X Blade 4 (IDR 20,000). ROMIC Cubitus - Nggak Pernah Mati! retails for IDR 30,000/volume.
³ Links like this are commercial Amazon search and/or product links (other language versions).


☆ Bambino! 12 of 15 by Sekiya Tetsuji

Joshua Levine invites Ban and Coyote to cook for him. Coyote appears to take the annoying Joshua with a grain of salt—or does he? Coyote suddenly flees the Levine kitchen, without so much as a “Laters!”

Can Ban succeed where Coyote—can you call it “Fail”? What will Ban prepare to satisfy Levine's finicky palate?

Bambino! editor Sina-san underscores how much Ban's patience is tested in this volume spanning chapters 121 through 131.

☆ Basara 18 of 27 by Tamura Yumi

Upon her return to Suo, Sarasa hears out a plea for help from a group of Dazaifu youth. Sarasa departs for Dazaifu, all the while on the lookout for assassins. Elsewhere, Shuri prepares to advance to the Black King's stronghold with Yuna and Nakijin.

Editor Lenny-san (xD) describes Basara as an unconventional josei manga, full of political intrigue and battle strategies more appropriate to a guys' comics. She adds that the psychological conflict resembles that found in Shakespeare's works, echoing the English-translation editor who styles Basara as a highly Shakespearean story.

I doubt Typical Shoujo Triad founding member @oebee_cherry-san needs name-dropping to continue investing in Basara; she's been after me to try it out. I am sooo tempted, especially as Lenny-san hints at many touching moments in this volume and highlights the strength of the Shuri × Sarasa bond.

☆ Bronze Angel 3 of 7 by Saito Chiho

Natalya runs into d'Anthes at a horse race. Because her sister Ekaterina has shown her interest in d'Anthes, Natalya tries her hand at matchmaking. d'Anthes, however, mistakes Natalya's “advances” for something else, and Natalya's heart starts to waver...

Some say that those who attempt to matchmake end up falling in love themselves
reminds editor Sina-san, and this is exactly what happens to Natalya in Bronze Angel 3 ^^

☆ Death's Notice 7 of 9+ by Mase Motoro

If I give up here, my life amounts to nothing more than a lie!

Japan passes the National Prosperity Law that selects random citizens to receive ikigami (death notices). The recipients are literally forced to die — for the greater good. Is it any wonder that few go gracefully into the good night?

I can add: When Social Services send an inspector to assess the work of Fujimoto, the death notice server suddenly feels the weight of the state's suspicion, making it difficult for him to aid two ikigami victims. Ikigami, préavis de mort, tome 7 synopsis (Kazé Editions)

Editor Fitri-san emphasizes Death's Notice's soul-shaking What will you do in your last 24 hours? drama.

Volume 7 collects Episodes 13 and 14: Photo of the Deceased and The Dream I Tried to Make Come True. [*NOT Level's titles; from VIZ Media's Ikigami: The Ultimate Limit, Vol. 7 blurb]

☆ Devil Devil 2 of 15 by Miyoshi Yuuki

Mizuno tells her rescuer Sword how to regain his demonic powers and the pair journey to Mizuno's grandfather's inn. But instead of full devil revival, what awaits Sword is execution for aiding the angel Ios.

Devil Devil's charm point is the Angel/Devil subversion — how arch-enemies Sword and Ios comically end up as human brothers, complete with a 180 degree-'tude switch. Sword possesses the weakling Souma and in his human form, constantly lands in the hospital (not to mention gets chibi-tized ^^) Editor Nickyta Oliver Fonda-san guarantees you will never be bored with Sword's antics because albeit a devil, he's not like all the other demons hahaha.

☆ The Fugitive Lawyer Makoto Narita 6 of 6 by Go Hideki and Takada Yu

I will not give up; I will uncover the truth!

Betrayed by the judicial system he upholds, lawyer Narita Makoto hides among society's throng, all the while seeking to clear his name of false murder, arson and embezzlement charges.

Will the fugitive lawyer ever find justice?

Editor Nickyta-san sheds a few tears T_T over the ending of the Makoto Narita series, noting how the story makes the reader want to help Makoto, but obviously Can't! >.< (I don't know whether the sequel Shin Toubou Bengoshi Narita Makoto, three volumes as at April 2011, relieves that frustration.) Nickyta-san is also pleased to provide this    [Mini-spoiler]:

Public prosecutor Mafune and Makoto finally meet.

☆ RRR 2 of 10 by Watanabe Jun

Rikitaro, frantically looking for a job while taking care of Aozora, guests on the reality show hosted by world boxing champion Oishi Raita. The champ's training is Spartan at best and not serious enough Rikitaro is pushed around by Oishi.

Can Rikitaro survive his 15 minutes of fame?

Funn-eh!! thumbs up RRR editor Nickyta-san. Whatever Rikitaro does produces >.<, especially now that he has to provide for the needs of Aozora, the child of his sib who already passed away.

☆ Team Medical Dragon 17 of 25 by Nogizaka Taro & Nagai Akira

Cardiac surgeon Izaka conceals her pregnancy and an anxious Noboru tries to coax her into talking with Akira. But Izaka staunchly refuses, so fearful that she considers an abortion.

What terrifies Izaka?

Dr. Izaka is not the only one with pregnancy problems. Fetal abnormalities haunt Profesor Takeo's daughter-in-law in Team Medical Dragon 17.

Sez editor Lenny-san: We get a look-see the personal problems Mei Shin hospital doctors face. Exactly what kind of problems? Preview »here.

The rest of the ongoing series

  • ARMS 20 by Minagawa Ryouji & Nanatsuki Kyouichi: Ryou and the Arms hasten to save Katsumi from Egrigori's clutches, but arrive too late: Katsumi has evolved into Bandersnatch.
  • Fight!! Ippo 83 by Morikawa Joji: Ippo clues in on Gedo's trick of using his long arms to block his opponent's vision and regains his depth perception. But Ippo's payback only rouses Gedo's true power.
  • Kyoko Karasuma's Case Files 6 by Hiroi Ohji & Kozaki Yusuke: Kano proclaims Tohoku's autonomy and presses the central government to recognize the new Oni state. Otherwise, he will wipe out Tokyo with a nuclear bomb. Can Karasuma Kyoko find Kano before Tokyo is obliterated?
  • Miso-Com 9 by Yonezawa Rika: Hayami declares himself Kuroki's rival for Emi's affections, while Choko shocks Eguchi by saying that cohabiting is taboo for a single woman.
  • Psychometrist Eiji 21 by Ando Yuma & Asaki Masashi: Ryoko and Eiji race to solve the mystery of the serial bomber who always succeeds in killing his targets. Can Eiji's psychometry expose the identity of the Silent Bomber?
  • X Blade 4 by Ida Tatsuhiko & Shiki Satoshi: While out shopping with Mana, Haru is jolted by the appearance of an injured Fujimaru. Fujimaru has ran afoul of Nanatsusaya's genius swordsman Soji. When Haru intervenes to save Fujimaru, the normally taciturn Soji challenges Haru.

Still not enuf? Here are the other 28 June 2011 manga and manhwa

Elex Media: Chinmi Other Story: Chinmi & Shie Fan by Maekawa Takeshi · Hayate The Combat Butler 25 · Kariage kun 43 · Otoboke Section Chief 12 · New Kobochan 7 · Detektif Conan Spesial 36 · Want You 10 of 10 · Doraemon Movie: Nobita & Pahlawan Bersayap (First and Last) by Fujiko F. Fujio

m&c!: Idol Shopping 9 · 16 Life 1-2 of 2 by Aikawa Saki · My Kingdom 3 · Vanilla Frosting 1 of 2 by Romo · Song For My Sweet Home 1 by Fujimoto Yuki · Cherry 54/2011

Iamque opus exegi,
~niki DBA 30uɐlnɯɐnɥ (花木蘭03)
Mistress of Adoxography


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