This week

Manga street dates3L Comic: 10.20 · Elex: 10.22 · Level: 10.22 · m&c!: 10.22
Anime (on Animax Asia):
Parasyte –the maxim– simulcast Thursdays, 10pm
Chihayafuru Season 2, 10pm WIB (Mon–Wed)
The File of Young Kindaichi, 1030pm WIB (Mon–Fri)
Bleach Season 7, weekdays, 630pm WIB
Anime (on WakuWaku Japan):
tsuritama [Series Premiere] 23 October 2014, Thursday, 930pm WIB (Mon–Thu)

11.16.2011

Inuyasha 55, Kungfu Boy Premium 7, Q.E.D. 38 (Elex Media 16 November 2011 manga) [UPDATED]

Debated whether to finish the draft NikBabble™ first or give you the shopping MinimaList nau. The latter won. Be back later with moar eyecandy and blurbs. «Edit: I'm baaaaaack!

Inuyasha 55, Kungfu Boy Premium 7, Q.E.D. 38 (Elex Media)

Inuyasha © Takahashi Rumiko/Shogakukan [First serialized in Shonen Sunday] · Tekken Chinmi © Maekawa Takeshi/Kodansha [Kodansha Manga Bunko] · Q.E.D. Shomei Shuryo © Katou Motohiro [Serialized in Monthly Shōnen Magazine +, formerly in Magazine E-no]. Published in Indonesia as Inuyasha, Kungfu Boy (Premium) and Q.E.D. Quod Erat Demonstrandum by Elex Media

Naraku forces Sango into a corner: if she sacrifices Rin, she can save Miroku. Whatever her choice, will she be in time to stop Miroku from opening his last wind tunnel?

It seems everyone falls prey to Naraku and his look-alikes' traps in Takahashi Rumiko's Inuyasha 55, the penultimate volume. While Inuyasha and Sesshomaru attack Naraku in earnest... Kagome loses her priestess powers, making her a prime target! [from VIZ Media's Inuyasha, Vol. 55: Power of the Jewel description]

Inuyasha 55 compiles chapters 539–548: Capture, Reborn Light, Trap of Light, Swallowed Light, Vanished Arrow, Core, Despair, Naraku's Wish, Cutting Meidou and Byakuya's Blade. [*NOT Elex/Shonen Star chapter titles] If you can't wait for Elex to release the final tankou, check out Shonen Star and find the post 548 chapters there.

I would've followed up the Inuyasha 55 preview with that of Kungfu Boy 7 Premium, but its synopsis is the same as Flash of Wind 29's (screencap proof »here and »here for when Gramedia Shop twigs and changes KBP 7's synops). Chinmi fans, don't fret, because Chinmi is also the star (the front cover) of Shonen Magz Issue 11 (also streets on the 16th), which (prolly) means a major Kungfu Boy Legends development is afoot. But more on ShoMagz later.

So you can see I have a valid reason for previewing Q.E.D. volume 38 up here—Inuyasha, Kungfu Boy and Q.E.D. all tied for top DO WANT! so fair's fair—and it has nothing to do with me fangirling Touma nor shipping Touma×Kana :P

Q.E.D. vol 38 of 40+
By Katou Motohiro

Kuse Yumeji, a film producer with big dreams, persuades Shimamoto Shigehiko, a millionaire's son, to bankroll his movies. The movies do so badly at the tills, Shimamoto loses all his money.

One day, as Shimamoto is about to ask Kuse for a DVD of "Metaphor Murder Case," the producer is murdered. The main suspect: Shimamoto.

Synops above refers to chapter 75 Kekosongan, one of two Q.E.D. 38 stories, first serialized in Magazine E-no's November 2010 issue. The other story is Tujuh Belas, first published in January 2011. [Original serialization details from the Japanese Wikipedia Q.E.D.証明終了 entry.]

New Elex titles
Only one manga and that's the latest in the Doraemon Movie series: Doraemon Movie: Nobita di Dunia Setan. Preview after the release list.

Like your classics as graphic novels? Then check out the Komik Legenda Ternama series. This street date we get L. Frank Baum's The Wizard Of Oz, Bram Stoker's Dracula, Jules Verne's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea or 60,000 mil di bawah laut and Lewis Carroll's Alice In Wonderland. The Indonesian versions of the Graphic Revolve GN (Capstone Press) are priced at IDR 25,000 each.

Mangazines: Shonen Magz 11/2011
As mentioned above, Kungfu Boy Legends is the cover of Shonen Magz 11, but the Featured spotlight shines on (relative newbie) Ninja Clan. Scroll down for the latest on Shigahaku's Ninja, Devoted Followers, Past Plays a Big Role, Promise Shiinake no Hitobito.

Elex Media manga and manhwa (2011.11.16)

  1. Adventure of Cat Mix Toraji (Neko Mix Genkitan Toraji) vol 4 of 4+ by Tamura Yumi
  2. Animal Doctor (Doubutsu no Oishasan) vol 9 of 12 by Sasaki Noriko
  3. Animal Doctor 9 (Elex)

    Doubutsu no Oishasan動物のお医者さん
    by Sasaki Noriko
    AKA Mr. Veterinarian
    Hakusensha Hana to Yume, shoujo
    Volume 9 first published in Japan 1993.01

    Reissues/Other languages
    Reissued in eight bunkoban between 1995.12 and 1996.06
    Traditional Chinese Ai Xin Dong Wu Yi Yuan (Tong Li Taiwan; 12 volumes)

  4. Be Good vol 3 of 6+ by Kim GiJung & Shin InChol (Orange Agency) «Ex-10.19
  5. Blooming Youth (Hanasakeru Seishounen) vol 8 of 12 by Itsuki Natsumi
  6. Blooming Youth 8 (Elex)

    Hanasakeru Seishounen花咲ける青少年
    by Itsuki Natsumi
    Hakusensha LaLa and LaLa DX, shoujo
    Volume 8 first published in Japan 1993.05

    Reissues/Other languages
    Reissued in six aizōban from 2009.02 to 2009.03
    Traditional Chinese 天國少女 (Tong Li, 12 volumes)

    Related
    One-shot sequel (Melody 27 June 2009) and Hanasakeru Seishounen: Tokubetsuhen (volume 2 street date: 2011.12.05). The Hanasakeru Seishounen Premium Fanbook is also scheduled for 2011.12.05.

    Adaptations
    A 39-episode anime adaptation by Studio Pierrot, starring seiyuu Endo Aya (Kajika Louisa Kugami Burnsworth), Morikawa Toshiyuki (Huang Li-Ren), Ono Daisuke (Eugene Alexandr De Volkan), Namikawa Daisuke (Rumaty Ivan Di Raginei) and Fukuyama Jun (Carl Rosenthal) that aired between April 2009 and February 2010 on NHK, and at least two stage adaptations, the first premiering 29 September 2010 in Tokyo

  7. Bride of the Water God (Habaek-eui Shinbu) vol 6 of 15+ by Yun MiKyung
  8. Bride of the Water God 6 (Elex)

    Habaek-eui Shinbu하백의 신부
    by Yun MiKyung
    Seoul Cultural Publishers Wink, soonjung
    Volume 6 first published in Korea 2008.05

    Other languages/serializations
    English Bride of the Water God (Dark Horse: nine volumes per 2011.11.01 • volume 10 street date: 2012.01.31), French L'épouse du dieu de l'eau (Editions Clair de Lune: Tome 5 shipped 2011.08 • Tome 6 street date: 2011.12.01)

  9. Detektif Conan Movie: The Time Bombed Skyscraper - Last (Gekijōban Meitantei Conan: Tokei-jikake no matenrou) by Aoyama Gosho [Finale] «Ex-11.02
  10. Detektif Conan Movie: The Time Bombed Skyscraper - Last (Elex)

    Gekijōban Meitantei Conan: Tokei-jikake no matenrou [Ka]
    劇場版 名探偵コナン 時計じかけの摩天楼 (下)
    by Aoyama Gosho
    Shogakukan Shonen Sunday Comics Visual Selection, shounen
    Volume 2 of 2 first published in Japan 1997.10

    Related
    Based on the first Meitantei Conan movie, Gekijōban Meitantei Conan: Tokei-jikake no matenrou that premiered 19 April 1997 in Japan

  11. [Premiere] Doraemon Movie: Nobita di Dunia Setan (Eiga Doraemon: Nobita no Makai Dai Bōken) by Fujiko F. Fujio
  12. Doraemon Movie: Nobita di Dunia Setan (Elex)

    Eiga Doraemon: Nobita no Makai Dai Bōken
    映画ドラえもん のび太の魔界大冒険
    by Fujiko F. Fujio
    Shogakukan Tentoumushi Comics Anime-ban, kodomo
    First published in Japan 2004.03

    Related
    Based on the 1982 Doraemon movie, Nobita's Great Adventure into the Underworld (Japan premiere: 1984.03.17)

  13. Inuyasha vol 55 of 56 by Takahashi Rumiko
  14. Inuyasha 55 (Elex)

    Inuyasha犬夜叉」 by Takahashi Rumiko
    Full title: Sengoku Otogizoushi Inuyasha
    (InuYasha, A Feudal Fairy Tale)
    Shogakukan Shonen Sunday, shounen
    Volume 55 (chapters 539-548) first published in Japan 2008.10

    Awards
    Winner, 47th Shogakukan Manga Awards in the Shounen category

    Serializations/other languages
    Indonesian Shonen Star (ongoing)
    English Inuyasha (VIZ Media: 56 volumes per 2011.01), French (Kana Tome 44 shipped 2011.08 • Tome 45 street date: 2011.12.02), Dutch (Kana), Spanish (Glénat Spain, Grupo Editorial Vid Mexico, LARP Editores Argentina), Italian (Star Comics), German (EMA, 56 volumes), Portuguese (Editora JBC Brazil), Swedish (Egmont Kärnan), Polish (Egmont Polska), traditional Chinese (Chingwin), Vietnamese (NXB Trẻ), Korean (Haksan)

    Adaptations
    Adapted into anime by Sunrise: the first season, based on volumes 1 through 36 and spanning 167 episodes, aired on Yomiuri TV from October 2000 until September 2004. The sequel, Inuyasha Kanketsu-hen, which picks up from volume 36 until series end, premiered October 2009. Seiyuu Yamaguchi Kappei, Yukino Satsuki and Morikawa Toshiyuki reprise their roles as Inuyasha, Kagome and Naraku. The sequel ended 2010.03.29.

    At least four originally-conceived anime features have also been released: Inuyasha the Movie: Affections Touching Across Time (2001.12), The Castle Beyond the Looking Glass (2002.12), Swords of an Honorable Ruler (2003.12) and Fire on the Mystic Island (2004.12). A prequel special Inuyasha Meguri Au Mae no Unmei Koiuta aired 2004.04.19 in Japan.

    The Inuyasha novel Shōsetsu InuYasha written by Tomoko Komparu and illustrated by Takahashi Rumiko was published in December 2004 under the Shonen Sunday Comics Special label.

  15. Kungfu Boy vol 7 of 18 Premium (Tekken Chinmi [Bunko]) by Maekawa Takeshi
  16. Kungfu Boy 7 Premium (Elex)

    Tekken Chinmi鉄拳チンミ (講談社漫画文庫)
    by Maekawa Takeshi
    AKA Ironfist Chinmi
    Kodansha Manga Bunko, shounen
    Bunko volume 7 first published in Japan 2002.10

    Awards
    1987 Kodansha Manga Awardee for the Shounen Category

    Related series
    Sequels: New Kungfu Boy (20 volumes), Kungfu Boy Legends (12 volumes per 2011.10.17 in Japan; serialized in the Indonesian Shonen Magz, ongoing) and side story Tekken Chinmi Gaiden (3 volumes per 2010.04; serialized in Shonen Magz; Chinmi Other Story: Chinmi & Shie Fan released 2011.06)

  17. Lindbergh vol 2 of 5+ by Ahndongshik
  18. Lindbergh 2 (Elex)

    Lindberghリンドバーグ
    by Ahndongshik
    Shogakukan Gessan, shounen
    Volume 2 first published in Japan 2010.06

  19. Metal Fight Beyblade vol 3 of 10+ by Adachi Takafumi
  20. Metal Fight Beyblade 3 (Elex)

    Metal Fight Beyblade
    メタルファイト ベイブレード
    by Adachi Takafumi
    AKA Beyblade: Metal Fusion
    Shogakukan Monthly CoroCoro Comic, shounen
    Shinsōban volume 3 first published in Japan 2009.11

    Volume 3 chapters:
    10. Dragon Emperor Evolution!!
    11. The L-Drago Horror!!
    12. The Elusive Pisces!!
    13. Transformation Technique - Annihilation!!
    14. A Battle to the Death!!
    [*NOT Elex chapter titles]

    Other languages
    English Metal Fight Beyblade (Chuang Yi Singapore: five volumes as of 2011.11.08)

    Adaptations
    Tatsunoko Pro, Synergy SP and Nelvana collaborated on a Metal Fight Beyblade anime adaptation. Fifty-one episodes comprising Season 1 and the follow-up Battle Bladers aired on TV Tokyo from April 2009 to March 2010.

    The Metal Fight Beyblade VS the Sun - The Movie: Sol Blaze, the Scorching-hot Invader animated feature premiered in Japan in August 2010.

  21. Palette of 12 Secret Colors (Juuni Hizoku no Palette) vol 5 of 6 by Kusakawa Nari
  22. Palette of 12 Secret Colors 5 (Elex)

    Juuni Hizoku no Palette十二秘色のパレット
    by Kusakawa Nari
    Hakusensha LaLa DX, shoujo
    Volume 5 first published in Japan 2008.03

    Other languages
    English The Palette of 12 Secret Colors (CMX: six volumes) and French La Magie d'Opale (Delcourt; six volumes)

  23. Q.E.D. Quod Erat Demonstrandum (Q.E.D. Shomei Shuryo) vol 38 of 40+ by Katou Motohiro
  24. Q.E.D. 38 (Elex)

    Q.E.D. Shomei ShuryoQ.E.D.証明終了
    by Katou Motohiro
    Kodansha Monthly Shōnen Magazine + (formerly in Magazine E-no and Magazine GREAT), shounen
    Volume 38 (chapters 75-76) first published in Japan 2011.02

    Awards
    Winner, 2009 Kodansha Manga Awards for the Shounen category (tied with Mashima Hiro's Fairy Tail)

    Other languages
    Traditional Chinese (Tong Li Taiwan: 神通小偵探 Wonder Little Detective volume 38 released 2011.09)

    Related series
    C.M.B. (side story, ongoing, 18 volumes as at 2011.10.17) and the Q.E.D./C.M.B. crossover (premiered in Monthly Shōnen Magazine + on 20 October)

    Two official guidebooks have been published: Q.E.D. Shomei Shuryo The Trick Note (Japan release: 2004.10) and Q.E.D. Shomei Shuryo The Trick File (2009.01)

    Adaptations
    A 10-episode live action renzoku starring Nakamura Aoi as Touma Sou and Takahashi Ai as Mizuhara Kana aired in Japan from January to March 2009 on NHK.

  25. Smash! vol 5 of 18 by Saki Kaori
  26. Topeng Kaca vol 19 of 24+ Deluxe (Glass no Kamen [Bunko]) by Miuchi Suzue
  27. Topeng Kaca 19 Deluxe (Elex)

    Glass no Kamenガラスの仮面 白泉社文庫
    by Miuchi Suzue
    Hakusensha Bessatsu Hana to Yume, shoujo
    Bunko volume 19 first published in Japan 1995.03

    Related
    Glass no Kamen tankoubon (47 volumes per 2011.07)

    The Glass Mask Comic Fanbook was released in Japan 2010.09 under the Hana to Yume Comics Special label.

    Adaptations
    Three anime series and two live-action drama seasons

[Release links are hide/unhide. Click for more details.]

[Value sets] Paket Komik *Harga Spesial*

  1. Our Dear Tamura-kun, Vols. 1-4 of 4 by Kurafuji Sachi (Watashitachi no Tamura-kun) –Complete–  [IDR 32,000/set]
  2. Penguin Revolution, Vols. 1-7 of 7 by Tsukuba Sakura (Penguin Kakumei) –Complete–  [IDR 56,000/set]
  3. The Puppet Master Lin, Vols. 1-8 (of 14) by Wada Shinji (Kugutsushi Lin) [IDR 64,000/set]
  4. Raiders, Vol 1-4 (of 9) by Park JinJun [IDR 32,000/set]
  5. The Real Fake Princess, Vols. 1-5 of 5 by Ihuan –Complete–  [IDR 40,000/set]
  6. The Recipe For Gertrude, Vols. 1-4 (of 5) by Kusakawa Nari (Gertrude no Recipe) [IDR 32,000/set]
  7. Red Haired Snow White, Vols. 1-4 (of 6+) by Akizuki Sorata (Akagami no Shirayuki Hime) [IDR 32,000/set]
  8. Roadside Angel, Vols. 1-4 of 4 by EMURA (Michibata no Tenshi) –Complete–  [IDR 32,000/set]
  9. Tena on S-string, Vols. 1-4 (of 9) by Mikabe Sesuna (S-Senjou no Tena) [IDR 32,000/set]

Note: Volume tallies represent volume totals in country of origin, which may not coincide with Elex Media's latest releases. Elex's most recent Tena on S-string is volume 8 (shipped 2011.10.12). Raiders, The Recipe For Gertrude and Red Haired Snow White include their most recent volumes in the value sets. Posthumously released Kugutsushi Lin 14 is indicated as the final The Puppet Master Lin volume for self-evident reasons. (Wada Shinji-sensei passed away on July 5, 2011; volume 14 streeted in Japan 2011.09.16. Elex's volume 8 released June 2010).

Mangazines (2011.11.16)

  • Shonen Magz Issue 11/2011 (Kodansha Shonen Magazine)

¹ Sources: Elex STO 16 November 2011 (release schedule), Komikologi and Gramedia Shop (synopses, unless indicated otherwise).
² Manga and manhwa are priced at IDR 16,500 except bunko Kungfu Boy 7 Premium (IDR 24,000) and Topeng Kaca 19 Deluxe (IDR 28,000); Detektif Conan Movie: The Time Bombed Skyscraper - Last (IDR 42,000) and Doraemon Movie: Nobita di Dunia Setan (IDR 48,000). Shonen Magz 11/2011 retails for IDR 30,000/issue. Value set SRPs indicated beside their respective entries.
³ Links like this are commercial Amazon search and/or product links (other language versions).

New titles - continued

Doraemon Movie: Nobita Dalam Dunia Misteri
By Fujiko F. Fujio

Wanting to work magic, Nobita asks Doraemon to whisk him off to the wizarding world. They arrive just as the Underworld threatens their magical realm destination. Nobita and friends can't return until they save the magic world.

Unless "Search!" is #Fail, this latest Doraemon Movie mangafication is based on the 1984 feature film, Nobita's Great Adventure into the Underworld (Japan premiere: 1984.03.17).

Featured ongoing series

Adventure of Cat Mix Toraji vol 4 of 4+
By Tamura Yumi

Toraji manages to scout out a clue to the Magic Mouse's whereabouts and of course, Rio's. Toraji, Pai Yan, Jose and Professor Puchen hie off to Museum Pandoragora, which extends a welcome only to Toraji and company. There they come across the unexpected: a child, a Thieving Mouse and a Greedy Mouse...!?

Elex thumbs ups Pai Yan's super innocence (for a decorated Hero) and Toraji (keeyootness) and guaratees a slice-of-life story that will touch your heart. That is, if you can take the long wait between releases: Adventure of Cat Mix Toraji 3 first went on sale in April 2010, though that gap's still less frustrating than the 2009.11 to 2011.02 wait Japan went through for volume 4 (despite Tamura Yumi-sensei appearing to divide her time only between Neko Mix Genkitan Toraji and 7 Seeds).

Animal Doctor vol 9 of 12
By Sasaki Noriko

Winter rolls round, and Hamtel and pals are busy, busy, busy. Chobi part-times as a model, Nikaido searches everywhere for a cat to star in his thesis, Hishinuma-senpai gets stalked and Hamtel and Caesar once more join forces to enter a dog sled race!

Elex highlights that Doubutsu no Oishasan was voted All Time Best Selling Shoujo Manga (Comipress version). What more encouragement do you need to GET!?

Bride of the Water God vol 6 of 15+
By Yun MiKyung

The so-called ‘Nakbin’ reveals to Soah that Habaek and Mui are one person (or one Water God, as it were). What's more, Soah senses something unsavory in Taeuljinin, making her doubt whether she can trust anyone in the Water Kingdom.

Will Soah's distrust finally separate the bride from her Water God husband? That Habaek-eui Shinbu has logged 15 volumes in Korea as of June this year is your clue that there are problems beyond the outing of a secret. :)

Topeng Kaca vol 19 of 24+ Deluxe: Bayang-Bayang Jingga (3)
By Miuchi Suzue

Before an Isadora premiere audience of drama VIPS, Hayami Masumi goads Maya into acting out her role as the Wolf Girl in The Forgotten Wilderness. Little does Maya realize that her present indignation would open the path to Crimson Angel.

You realize that we're five Deluxe volumes away from the most recent Japanese Glass no Kamen bunko? That was fast...

Other 16 November 2011 highlights

Be Good 3 (Elex Media)

Be Good © Kim GiJung
& Shin InChol/
Orange Agency
Published in Indonesia
by Elex Media

  • Be Good vol 3 by Kim GiJung & Shin InChol: Tongsu continues to wonder about Saesam's surprising strength, even as friends urge a rematch. Realizing he would never be able to win, Tongsu busies himself searching for his opponent's weakness.
  • Blooming Youth vol 8 by Itsuki Natsumi: As troubles tear into Raginei, Rumaty makes up his mind to stop playing the bystander. The prince also resolves to make Kajika his queen. Li-ren, meanwhile, wimps out on confessing his feelings to Kajika, even as Eugene/Mustafa comes clean about his intentions and waits for Kajika to make her choice. What of antifeminist Carl? What does he plan?
  • Detektif Conan Movie: The Time Bombed Skyscraper - Last by Aoyama Gosho: The last bomb is set to go off on Shinichi's birthday. The timer counts down the seconds to Ran and Shinichi's final farewell. Unless...
  • Lindbergh vol 2 by Ahndongshik: Knit's dream of flying comes true. Accompanied by pet Parumo, he soars into...unfriendly skies?!
  • Metal Fight Beyblade vol 3 by Adachi Takafumi: The quarter-semifinals of the Battle Bladers tournament has begun, and Gingka and Kyoya are paired up to battle two of Ryuga's most powerful subordinates, Tsubasa and Yu! What deadly move will the duo unleash on our heroes? Will their Beyblades withstand the enemy's onslaught?! [Excerpted from Chuang Yi's Metal Fight Beyblade Vol.3 synopsis]
  • Palette of 12 Secret Colors vol 5 by Kusakawa Nari: Cello finds herself acting self-conscious whenever she and Guell pass each other by. Her awkwardness peaks at a wedding they both attend, landing Cello on top of Guell after she botches her Secret Colors and falls from a rooftop. Olga is furious!
  • Smash! vol 5 by Saki Kaori: Shota's match against Kamio appears headed for a victory, but just when he only needs a few more points to win, he can't move his leg!

Shonen Magz 11/2011: Kungfu Boy Legends and Ninja Clan

Shonen Magz 11/2011 - FC: Kungfu Boy Legends

Tekken Chinmi Legends
© Maekawa Takeshi
Kodansha
[Gekkan Shonen Magazine]

In the latest Shonen Magz installment of Shigahaku's Ninja Clan

One by one, Shina's ninja friends start showing up. What to do with the trouble-causing bunch? Send them home?

Yeah, that's all Elex said :P

Nine other series join Ninja Clan and ShoMagz 11 front cover Kungfu Boy Legends: Tsubasa RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE by CLAMP, Code:Breaker by Kamijyo Akimine, Ghost's Doctor by Sato Yuki, School Rumble by Kobayashi Jin, Fairy Tail by Mashima Hiro, Tokkyu! by Komori Yoichi & Kubo Mitsuro, BECK by Harold Sakuishi, Vinland Saga by Yukimura Makoto and Blazer Drive by Kishimoto Seishi.

Collecting any of the above series? Reminding the latest tankou releases here: BECK volume 28 (released 2011.10.26), Ghost's Doctor 8 (10.12), Fairy Tail 11 and Vinland Saga 7 (9.19), Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle 17 (2010.10.27), Tokkyu! 15 (2010.10.06), Kungfu Boy Legends 9 (2010.09.22) and School Rumble 11 (2010.06.16).

Still not enuf? Here are the other 16 November 2011 manga and manhwa

Level Comics: Until Death Do Us Part 9 · Air Gear 25 · Psychometrist Eiji 24 · Black Lagoon 9 · Blood Alone 2 · Dolls of God 5 · Giant Killing 9 · Smurf - Wisata Para Smurf · Boule & Bill - Boule & Bill Bertanding · Lanfeust of Troy - Kastil Azur Emas · Ric Hochet - Attila's Triangle and Ric Hochet - Teror Topeng Kematian by Tibet - A.P. Duchateau

m&c!: Cinderella's Wish by Ayumi Rin · Love That I Should Have by Mizutani Ai · Roman Club 2 · The Breaker 1 by Jeon KeukJin & Park JinHwan · The Adventure of Yoshito-sama 2 · Full House: Love Continues 1 by Won SooYeon · Eighty Eight 3 · Lost Seven 1 by Nakashima Kazuki/Ko Yasung (Mag Garden/Comic Blade) · The Story of Wang Fenglei Season 2 Book Five · Who? Steve Jobs by Kim Wonsik & Studio ChungBi

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

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