This week

Manga: Elex: 4.29 | Level: 4.29 | m&c!: 4.29
Anime (on Animax Asia): Tokyo Ravens, 10pm WIB, week nights
On WakuWaku Japan: Ristorante Paradiso, 1030pm WIB, airs Mon–Thu


Slam Dunk Deluxe 1 by Inoue Takehiko, Ouran High School Host Club 9, Library War Love & War 5 (Elex Media 2 November 2011 manga) [UPDATED]

That there new Slam Dunk be the Jump Comics Deluxe kanzenban, yo.
(MinimaList again—not to mention delayed—because my 'pooter Izzy-sama's on strike, wants more holidays :P Update: Not anymore but Izzy-sama's not budging on the holiday thing. The prospect of bargaining talks stalling looms.)

Slam Dunk Deluxe 1 (Elex Media)

Slam Dunk © Inoue Takehiko/Shueisha [First serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump]
Published in Indonesia by Elex Media

I'm pretty sure everyone knows Hanamichi's story, but let's refresh:

Introduction to one Akagi Haruko fires Sakuragi Hanamichi's desire to join the school basketball club. (Because, you know, she's crazy-mad about the game, and he wants to impress her.) But another Akagi—the captain of Shohoku's basketball team and Haruko's big bro—slams the gym door in Sakuragi's face. OK, so it's figuratively, but Akagi still detests Sakuragi, so much so that he (not-so fondly) nicknames the latter ‘Gorilla’.

To nab the admiration of his dream girl, Sakuragi does absolutely everything to get accepted into the Shohoku team. Does he succeed?

Is it over the top to say that Inoue Takehiko's shounen classic wrote the book on Basketball, Hot-Headed Male Lead, Friendship, Character Growth, Romantic Subplot, Teamwork, Tournament, Unrequited Love? I don't think so. Elex's Deluxe version—‘Deluxe’ like the bunko Topeng Kaca, Here is Greenwood and all the Hikawa Kyoko Fluff and not ‘Premiere’ like Kungfu Boy—is the Indonesian counterpart to the Jump Comics Deluxe kanzenban. So now you know. And if you didn't amass the 31 Slam Dunk tanks Elex published way back when, here's your collection chance.

Other Inoue Takehiko—you don't really need me to review Inoue Take-sensei's backlist, do you? (But just in case someone does, he produced two more basketball mangaBuzzer Beater and Real, the latter still an ongoing—after Slam Dunk, plus his own (award-winning) take on Yoshikawa Eiji's epic Musashi, Vagabond. Wiki sez his manga debut was Kaede Purple, the one-shot Slam Dunk alternate story that first appeared in 1988 in Weekly Shonen Jump. [Before that he reportedly worked as Hojo Tsukasa's assistant on City Hunter.] Inoue Takehiko's tankou debut was the shounen gender bender mystery Chameleon Jail, written by Watanabe Kazuhiko.)

As for the other newb this 11.02 release —

Detektif Conan Movie 1: The Time Bombed Skyscraper - First
By Aoyama Gosho

Elex has this blurb—Di penjuru kota Beika, terjadi kasus pembakaran dan pengeboman. Tujuannya masih misterius, tapi si pelaku ingin menantang Shinichi Kudo. Untuk mencegah jatuhnya korban, Conan harus bergegas!—but I like IMDb's succinct summary better:

The detective genius Conan must solve a series of bombings or his true love will die!

[From IMDb's Detective Conan: Skyscraper on a Timer entry]

Don't call me out on my use of the movie summary. The manga is based on the feature film after all ^^v

More previews (my adapts ^^) after the release list.

Elex Media manga and manhwa (2011.11.02)

  1. Chunchu vol 2 of 15 (Hiatus) by Kim SungJae & Kim ByungJin
  2. Chunchu 2 (Elex)

    by Kim SungJae & Kim ByungJin
    Haksan Booking, seinen

    Other languages
    English Chunchu: The Genocide Fiend (Dark Horse Comics: four volumes as at 2009.01), French (Tokebi: 15 volumes per 2005.10), German (Tokyopop Germany: Chonchu - Der Erbe des Teufelssteins 15: Abschlussband shipped 2010.05), Polish Chonchu: Syn Demona (Mandragora)

  3. Dalam Atap di Bawah Langit (Sora no Shita Yane no Naka) vol 2 of 2 by Futami Sui [Finale]
  4. Dalam Atap di Bawah Langit 2 (Elex)

    Sora no Shita Yane no Naka空の下屋根の中
    by Futami Sui
    Houbunsha Manga Time Kirara and Manga Time Kirara Carat , seinen
    Volume 2 first published in Japan 2010.05

  5. [Series Premiere] Detektif Conan Movie: The Time Bombed Skyscraper - First (Gekijōban Meitantei Conan: Tokei-jikake no matenrou [Jō]) by Aoyama Gosho
  6. Detektif Conan Movie: The Time Bombed Skyscraper - First (Elex)

    Gekijōban Meitantei Conan: Tokei-jikake no matenrou [Jō]
    劇場版 名探偵コナン 時計じかけの摩天楼 (上)
    by Aoyama Gosho
    Shogakukan Shonen Sunday Comics Visual Selection, shounen
    Volume 1 of 2 first published in Japan 1997.09

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

  7. Dr. Koto (Dr. Koto Shinryoujo) vol 8 of 25+ by Yamada Takatoshi
  8. Dr. Koto 8: Pulang (Elex)

    Dr. Koto ShinryoujoDr.コトー診療所
    by Yamada Takatoshi
    Shogakukan Weekly Young Sunday (later moved to Big Comic Original in 2008), seinen
    Volume 8 (chapters 79-89) first published in Japan 2003.01

    Winner, 49th Shogakukan Manga Awards in the General category

    Indonesian Shonen Star (ongoing)

    Other languages
    French (Kana: Dr Kotô Tome 21-22 shipped 2011.10.21 • Tome 23 street date: 2012.01.20), traditional Chinese (Ching Win Taiwan: 離島大夫日誌 25 released 2010.11)

    The award-winning Dr. Coto's Clinic, an 11-episode live-action TV drama starring Yoshioka Hidetaka as Dr. Coto/Goto Kensuke aired from July to September 2003 on Fuji TV, followed by two specials (the first aired between 9 and 10 January 2004 and the second from 12 to 13 December of the same year). A second also award-winning 11-episode season followed between October and December 2006.

    Dr. Koto My First BIG Specials: The Advent!, Miracle in the hand (2006.10) and My First BIG editions: Suspected, Despair (2006.11) and Consider (2006.12)

  9. Her Idol Boy (Mishounen Produce) vol 2 of 4 by Ichinose Kaoru
  10. Her Idol Boy 2 (Elex)

    Mishounen Produce未少年プロデュース
    by Ichinose Kaoru
    Hakusensha LaLa, shoujo
    Volume 2 (Step 5-8 + Extra) first published in Japan 2010.04

  11. Katsu! vol 15 of 16 by Adachi Mitsuru
  12. Katsu! 15 (Elex)

    Katsu!KATSU!」 by Adachi Mitsuru
    Shogakukan Shonen Sunday, shounen
    Volume 15 (chapters 138-147) first published in Japan 2005.01

    Re-released in 8 volumes in Japan from 2009.07 to 2010.02.

    Other languages/serializations
    Serialized in Indonesian in Shonen Star (concluded)
    French (Pika Édition: 16 volumes)

  13. La Corda D'Oro (Kiniro no Corda) vol 8 of 17 by Kure Yuki «Ex-10.12, 10.19
  14. La Corda D'Oro 8 (Elex)

    Kiniro no Corda金色のコルダ」 by Kure Yuki
    Hakusensha LaLa, LaLa DX and LaLa Special, shoujo
    Volume 8 first published in Japan 2007.03

    Adapted from Koei's Kin'iro no Corda role-playing game (part of the Neoromance series also including the Angelique, Harukanaru Toki no Naka de, and Neo Angelique ~Abyss~ games).

    Also contains the Kiniro no Corda 2 (La Corda d'Oro 2) and Kiniro no Corda 3 (La Corda d'Oro 3) stories.

    Outstanding Debut Award, Hakusensha Athena Newcomers' Awards (2006)

    Other languages/serializations
    Formerly serialized in the Indonesian HanaLaLa (discontinued upon the magazine's closure)
    English La Corda d'Oro (VIZ Media: 14 volumes per 2011.09 • volume 15 street date: 2012.03.06) and Chuang Yi Singapore: volume 16 per 2011.10.04), simplified Chinese (also by Chuang Yi: 金色琴弦 #10 released 2008.10.29), French (Editions 12 bis: La corde d'or tome 6 shipped 2010.10

    Yumeta's 25+1-episode La Corda d'Oro ~primo passo~ anime adaptation aired in Japan from October 2006 through March 2007, followed by the La Corda d'Oro ~secondo passo~ special (two episodes released 2009.03.26 and 2009.06.05). The cast included seiyuu Takagi Reiko (Hino Kahoko), Taniyama Kishô (Tsukimori Len), Itou Kentarou (Tsuchiura Ryotaro), Morita Masakazu (Hihara Kazuki), Kishio Daisuke (Yunoki Azuma), Fukuyama Jun (Shimizu Keiichi), Satou Akemi (Fuyuumi Shoko), Ishikawa Hideo (Kanazawa Hiroto), Konishi Katsuyuki (Ousaki Shinobu) and Miyano Mamoru (Kaji Aoi, La Corda d'Oro ~secondo passo~).

    A La Corda d'Oro drama was bundled with three other LaLa series (Oniichan to Issho, Ryuu no Hanawazurai, and Kaichou wa Maid-sama!) in the LaLa Tokimeki Drama CD given away with the April 2007 issue.

  15. Library War Love & War (Toshokan Sensou: Love & War) vol 5 of 8+ by Yumi Kiiro & Arikawa Hiro «Ex-9.28
  16. Library War Love & War 5 (Elex)

    Toshokan Sensou: Love & War
    図書館戦争 LOVE&WAR
    by Yumi Kiiro & Arikawa Hiro
    Hakusensha LaLa and LaLa DX, shoujo
    Volume 5 first published in Japan 2010.03

    Other languages
    English Library Wars: Love & War (VIZ Media: six volumes per 2011.09 • volume 7 street date: 2012.02.07)

    Related series
    Adapted from the Toshokan Sensou light novel

    An alternate shounen version, Toshokan Sensou: Spitfire!, illustrated by Furudori Yayoi, began serialization in Dengeki Daioh in November 2007 (one volume compiled as at 2008.06).

    Production I.G's 12-episode anime adaptation of Arikawa Hiro's Toshokan Sensou novel aired from April to June 2008 on Fuji TV starring seiyuu Inoue Marina (Kasahara Iku), Maeno Tomoaki (Dojo Atsushi) and Suzuki Tatsuhisa (Tezuka Hikaru). The 13th DVD-only episode released with the third DVD volume on 2008.12.03.

  17. Ouran High School Host Club (Ouran Koukou Host Club) vol 9 of 18 by Hatori Bisco «Ex-10.12, 10.19
  18. Ouran High School Host Club 9 (Elex)

    Ouran Koukou Host Club桜蘭高校ホスト部
    by Hatori Bisco
    Hakusensha LaLa, shoujo
    Volume 9 first published in Japan 2006.09

    Other languages/serializations
    Formerly serialized in the Indonesian HanaLaLa (discontinued)
    English Ouran High School Host Club (VIZ Media: 16 volumes per 2011.06 • volume 17 street date: 2011.12.06 and Chuang Yi Singapore: 18 volumes per 2011.09), simplified Chinese (also by Chuang Yi: 樱兰高校男公关部 #17 per 2011.01), traditional Chinese (Tong Li Taiwan: 櫻蘭高校男公關部 18 released 2011.08), French and Spanish (Panini Comics; Marvel Panini France Host Club: Le lycée de la séduction Tome 17 shipped 2011.06 • Tome 18 street date: 2012.02.08), German (Carlsen Comics: Band 17 per 2011.09 • Band 18 street date: 2012.01.30), Polish (Japonica Polonica Fantastica/JPF)

    BONES' 26-episode anime adaptation aired in Japan from April through September 2006, preceded by a mail-order only Host Club anime DVD from LaLa. The anime starred seiyuu Sakamoto Maaya (Fujioka Haruhi), Miyano Mamoru (Suou Tamaki), Matsukaze Masaya (Ootori Kyouya), Suzumura Kenichi and Fujita Yoshinori (twins Hitachiin Hikaru and Kaoru), Saito Ayaka (Haninozuka Mitsukuni) and Kirii Daisuke (Morinozuka Takashi). The cast reprised their roles in two anime drama CDs and a CD compile of fan favorite manga quotes to celebrate the manga finale in 2010.

    Three pre-anime audio dramas (2003 vintage) featured different actors: Hisakawa Aya (Haruhi), Midorikawa Hikaru (Tamaki), Suwabe Junichi (Kyouya), Hoshi Souichirou (Hikaru), Ohtani Ikue (Hani-senpai) and Tsuda Kenjirou (Mori-senpai). Suzumura Kenichi (Hikaru in the anime) portrayed Hitachiin Kaoru. The audio-only ensemble also recorded dramas for the LaLa 28th Anniversary LaLa Memorial Drama CD and LaLa 29th Anniversary LaLa Kirameki Drama CD.

    Later LaLa furoku audio dramas featured the anime cast: LaLa Gorgeous Drama CD (November 2006 issue), LaLa Treasure Drama CD (October 2007), LaLa Premium Drama CD (May 2008), LaLa Excellent Drama CD (November 2008). [Info from For Richer or Poorer, an Ouran High School Host Club fansite]

    The live-action Ouran High School Host Club premiered 22 July 2011 on TBS starring Kawaguchi Haruna (Haruhi), Yamamoto Yusuke (Tamaki), Daito Shunsuke (Kyouya), Nakamura Masaya (Mori-senpai), Chiba Yudai (Hani-senpai), Takagi Shinpei (Hikaru) and Takagi Manpei (Kaoru). A live-action movie is expected to cap the TV series (theatrical release in March 2012).

    An Ouran High School Host Club PlayStation 2 visual novel, featuring four new characters, was released in April 2007 by Idea Factory. A Nintendo DS port of the game shipped March 2009.

  19. [Series Premiere] Slam Dunk Deluxe vol 1 of 24 by Inoue Takehiko
  20. Slam Dunk Deluxe 1 (Elex)

    Slam Dunk (Kanzenban)
    SLAM DUNK 完全版
    by Inoue Takehiko
    Shueisha Jump Comics Deluxe, shounen
    Volume 1 first published in Japan 2001.03

    Related series
    Slam Dunk tankoubon (31 volumes, originally serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump
    Kaede Purple (1998 one-shot Slam Dunk alternate story)

    Winner, 40th Shogakukan Manga Awards in the Shounen category

    Other languages (Tankoubon release)
    Indonesian (Elex Media, 31 volumes), English Slam Dunk (Gutsoon! Entertainment [2003-2004; Dropped]; VIZ Media: from 2008 - 18 volumes per 2011.10.04 • volume 19 street date: 2011.12.06; Chuang Yi Singapore: 31 volumes; and Summit Media Publishing Philippines), French (Kana: 31 volumes), Spanish (Editorial Ivréa and Grupo Editorial Vid México), German (Planet Manga), Portuguese (Conrad Brazil), traditional Chinese (Da Ran Culture Enterprise Co., Ltd. (forfeited); Sharp Point Press Taiwan)

    Toei Animation's 101-episode anime TV series adapting manga volumes 1-22 aired from October 1993 to March 1996 in Japan, starring seiyuu Kusao Takeshi (Sakuragi Hanamichi), Hiramatsu Akiko (Akagi Haruko), Midorikawa Hikaru (Rukawa Kaede), Yanada Kiyoyuki (Akagi Takenori), Okiayu Ryotaro (Mitsui Hisashi) and Shioya Yoku (Miyagi Ryouta). At least five anime film sequels were also produced: Slam Dunk (Japan premiere: 1994.03.12), Slam Dunk: Zenkoku Seiha da! Sakuragi Hanamichi (1994.07.09), Slam Dunk: Shōhoku Saidai no Kiki! Moero Sakuragi Hanamichi (1995.03.04) and Slam Dunk: Hoero Basketman Tamashii! Hanamichi to Rukawa no Atsuki Natsu (1995.07.15)

  21. Tale of the Sea King (Kaiouki) vol 39 of 45 by Kawahara Masatoshi
  22. Tale of the Sea King 39 (Elex)

    Kaiouki海皇紀」 by Kawahara Masatoshi
    Kodansha Monthly Shonen Magazine, shounen
    Volume 39 first published in Japan 2009.03

    Other languags
    Traditional Chinese (Tong Li Taiwan)

  23. The Tyr Chronicles (Tireujeongi) vol 9 of 11 by Ra InSoo & Son ChangHo
  24. The Tyr Chronicles 9 (Elex)

    by Ra InSoo & Son ChangHo
    AKA Legend of Tyr
    Daiwon C.I., Comic Champ, sonyun
    Volume 9 first published in Korea 2010.09

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Postponed title(s), pending new street date
Detektif Conan Movie: The Time Bombed Skyscraper - Last by Aoyama Gosho and I Hate You More Than Anyone vol 8 by Hidaka Banri

[Value sets] Paket Komik *Harga Spesial*

  1. The One Pound Gospel, Vols. 1-4 of 4 by Takahashi Rumiko (1 Pound no Fukuin)  –Complete–  [IDR 32,000/set]
  2. Treasure Gaust, Vols. 1-6 of 6 by Katsumi Naoto (Treasure Gaust: Shijou Saikyou no Hanta)  –Complete–  [IDR 48,000/set]
  3. Tsuba Kiyo - 28K4, Vols. 1-2 of 2 by Hara Asumi (Saikyou Seitokai Tsubakiyo)  –Complete–  [IDR 16,000/set]
  4. Uzumajin, Vols. 1-4 of 4 by Ohse Yoshio  –Complete–  [IDR 32,000/set]
  5. V.B. Rose, Vols. 1-5 (of 14) by Hidaka Banri [IDR 40,000/set]
  6. Weapon Master, Vols. 1-2 (of 5) by Zhang Yong Ren (Shen Qi Wang) [IDR 16,000/set]
  7. X Zone, Vols. 1-3 (of 4) by Aoki Takao [IDR 24,000/set]

Note: Volume tallies represent volume totals in country of origin, not (necessarily) Elex's latest release. Most recent Elex releases of ongoings: V.B. Rose vol 8 (9.14), Weapon Master vol 2 (2010.06.23), X Zone vol 3 (2010.04.28)

¹ Sources: Elex STO 2 November 2011 (release schedule) and Komikologi and Gramedia Shop (synopses and covers, unless indicated otherwise).
² All GN retail for IDR 16,500 each except 4-koma Dalam Atap di Bawah Langit vol 2 (IDR 15,000), full-color Detektif Conan Movie: The Time Bombed Skyscraper - First (IDR 42,000) and Slam Dunk Deluxe vol 1 (IDR 20,000). Value set SRPs indicated beside their respective entries.
³ Links like this are commercial Amazon search and/or product links (other language versions).

Featured ongoing series Hakusensha shoujo

Her Idol Boy vol 2 of 4
By Ichinose Kaoru

Kosei and Kako enroll into Horiokoshi senior high, the school for celebs. Kako is delighted at the attention Kosei's getting, but — what's this? Top idol Tomoe is their senpai? Rival?? Are Kako's producer skills enough to propel Kosei to even brighter stardom? Or at least, up to overtaking Tomoe-senpai in popularity?

Her Idol Boy 2 collects Step (Produce) 5-8 and a Kosei × Kako as kids extra ^^

La Corda D'Oro vol 8 of 17
By Kure Yuki

I commend Elex on its La Corda D'Oro 8 blurb, so excerpting the original Indonesian first.

Di tengah keadaannya yang sekarat, biola ajaib pemberian Lily tetap setia memainkan lagu terakhirnya bagi Kahoko. Namun, setelah lagu perpisahan usai, biola yang telah mengenalkan musik kepada Kahoko itu, akhirnya hancur menjadi serpihan-serpihan debu, meninggalkan hanya seutas senar dalam genggaman Hino. Akankah ada biola ajaib baru bagi Kahoko?

Here's my spin on the above:

The last vestiges of magic in Kahoko's violin peters out, but not before Kahoko can play her Third Selection piece. The faithful violin itself disappears, leaving only a string in Kahoko's despondent clasp. Will there be another magical violin for Kahoko?

Why I laud Elex' summary can be seen from these two other blurbs of the English edition, so much wub, they radiate s:

Chuang Yi's La Corda d Oro Vol.8 synopsis:

On the very day of the third selection, Lili reveals to Kahoko that the magic on her violin is about to fade away. Nevertheless, in an effort to show how serious she is about the concours, she bravely takes the stage, determined to finish what may very well be her swan song. Without the magic violin to guide her playing from now on, how will Kahoko continue to pursue her newfound interest in music? And how did she end up going on a double date with Tsukimori AND Tsuchiura?

VIZ Media's La Corda d'Oro, Vol. 8 synopsis:

Music can last forever—but magic can't. In the middle of the Third Selection, Kahoko's magical violin finally loses its power. Can Kahoko complete her performance on heart alone? Will she be able to pursue her newfound love of music any further? With such weighty matters on her mind, Kahoko is blindsided by a threat no enchantment could have predicted: Ryotaro's ex-girlfriend, who shows up determined to win back the hunky pianist's heart!

The final Kiniro no Corda tankou—volume 17—released July 2011 in Japan. That the Elex edition is less than halfway is still a small mercy for which we should be thankful.

Library War Love & War vol 5 of 8+
By Yumi Kiiro & Arikawa Hiro

A girl with difficulty hearing likes Komaki, but can't come clean about her feelings. But because of her, the Media Betterment Committee arrests Komaki on grounds of discrimation against those with disabilities.

Library War Love & War volume 5 compiles Index.20 through 23 and throws in two WAFF bonus Special Stories and an Extra Story that will. Blow. You. Away.

Eight Toshokan Sensou: Love & War tankou have been released in Japan as of 5 September 2011.

Ouran High School Host Club vol 9 of 18
By Hatori Bisco

Ouran plays host to a pretty princess from the kingdom of Morale, and in a heartbeat, Tamaki goes down on his knees before her. He panders to her whimsies so much that ignores Haruhi?! Kyoka is quick to share that the princess resembles Tamaki's mom, but could this explain Tamaki's smitten-ness?

Aside from the selfish princess, we get Tamaki's first meeting with Hikaru and Kaoru and the arrival of Hunny's little brother Chika in Ouran High School Host Club 8, which compiles chapters 37 to 40, and an Extra Episode: The Host Club's Operation for Modest Happiness and Love Egoist 4: Love or Dream? [*NOT Elex' titles]

I'm sure you know that Ouran Koukou Host Club's finale volume 18 released in Japan last April, but did you know that Chuang Yi's Ouran High Host Club, Vol. 18 released 5 September sold out within days? Sasuga Host Club...

Other 2 November 2011 highlights

  • Chunchu vol 2 by Kim SungJae & Kim ByungJin: Chunchu returns to Michuhol, killers still on his tail. Worse, he gets in a fight while controlled by soul illusion magic and loses consciousness from his wounds.
  • Dalam Atap di Bawah Langit vol 2 of 2 by Futami Sui: Freelance, permanent, contractual, in whatever field or business — the choice is yours. Even an odd job can become meaningful. But what lies beyond contentment with holding down a job? Momentary complacency just might blind you to future prospects.
  • Dr. Koto vol 8: Pulang by Yamada Takatoshi: A young intern, Oda Hanto, is sent to Koshiki island to sub for the absent Dr. Koto. His nonchalance casts doubts on his skills, but contrary to appearances, he manages, even with those patients requiring special treatment. Impressed with Nurse Hoshino's calm professionalism during an operation, Oda invites Koshiki's ‘guardian angel’ to return with him to the main island. Hoshino answers...
  • Katsu! vol 15 by Adachi Mitsuru: Nanjo Riko has big dreams for Satoyama Katsuki and they all boil down to: he must turn pro! Girl Katsuki could care less about Riko and Guy Katsuki's relationship... Oh, really...?
  • Tale of Sea King vol 39 by Kawahara Masatoshi: Failing to resupply at Ronaldia, Wollhan attacks the capital. But Fan hasn't forgotten the oath to test each other's respective strengths. Two generals, showdown!
  • The Tyr Chronicles vol 9 by Ra InSoo & Son ChangHo: Fresh from defeating Kasan, Tyr is asked to look for Sara, last seen in Grano dome. Tyr accepts, especially as word has placed Roky in the same vicinity. Will Tyr finally reunite with his older brother?

I caved and went with The Tyr Chronicles as complete at volume 11 (released 2010.12), as per Komikologi, despite Baka-Updates Manga indicating Status in Country of Origin as 11 Volumes (Ongoing). Your call which one to believe.

Still not enuf? Here are the other 2 November 2011 manga and manhwa

Level Comics: Bambino! 15 of 15 · Dawn of the Arcana 3 (EX 10.19) · Iliad 7 · Jio 19 of 19 · Team Medical Dragon 20 · Karakuri Circus 6 · Kyoko Karasuma's Case Files 8 · Magister Negi Magi 28 · Miso-Com 12 · Devil Devil 6 · Fight!! Ippo 85 · Jojo - Pilihan Buat Charlotte · Lucky Luke - Tortila Untuk Dalton · Spirou dan Fantasio - Virus
Value sets [Paket]: Ice Forest, Vols. 1-5 · Jepang Tenggelam, Vols. 1-10 · Kyoko Karasuma's Case Files, Vols. 1-5 · Last Inning, Vols. 1-9 · The Ravages of Time, Vols. 1-5 · Shattered Knife, Vols. 1-5 · Sora!, Vols. 1-5 of 5

m&c!: Erementar Gerad 1 · Idol's Love Story 8 · My Own Princess 9 · Perfect Love Project 8 of 8 · Love Sick 2 · Next To You 2 · Sable Prince 2 of 2 · XOL: The Exolight 2

Iamque opus exegi,
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