Detektif Conan 66, The Ruler of Nabari 14 of 14, Alice Academy 17 (Elex Media 14 March 2012 manga) [UPDATED]

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Detektif Conan 66 (Elex Media)

Meitantei Conan © Aoyama Gosho/Shogakukan
[Serialized in Shonen Sunday]
Published in Indonesia as Detektif Conan by Elex Media

Detective Shiratori reunites with the girl he once helped apprehend a criminal. But it turns out now that she's a homicide suspect!?

Aoyama Gosho's Detektif Conan vol 66 also wraps the red wall case and investigates a haunted warehouse, a fight over a lucky charm and the murder of a GothLoli. Volume 66—which shares a cover with Shonen Star Issue 03/2012— compiles chapters 686 through 696: Superb Bait, Memory, Sakura Falls, Blooming Sakura, Haunted Warehouse, Conan vs Detective Boys, The Secret of the Warehouse, Charm Recovery Strategy, The Greatest Game, Ill-Tempered and Goth Loli. [*NOT Elex/Shonen Star chapter titles; DON'T click the link if you don't want to be    SPOILED!]

The latest Meitantei Conan chapter collected into tankou is 795 Destined to Re-Enter The Flames bound in volume 75 (Japan street date: 2012.04.14). That particular JP volume 75 boasts two versions: regular and special edition with the Nendoroid Petit Conan wearing the Tokyo Spirits uniform freebie to tie in with the 16th Meitantei Conan movie—The Eleventh Strikera collaboration with the J. League Division 1 to commemorate its twentieth anniversary. The movie also premieres 14 April 2012 in Japan.

Meanwhile, Okaeri, yoi kaze. The 2.25-year investment ends with —

The Ruler of Nabari vol 14 of 14
By Kamatani Yuhki

May contain    SPOILERS!

Thobari finally reveals the truth he alone has kept hidden for ten years — while everyone else's memory had been erased. Asahi, then possessor of the Shinra Bansho, tried to relinquish the Hijutsu using the Zeku, at the same time ninja from all corners converge on Banten to seize the Shinra Bansho. Akatsuki is killed trying to protect Asahi, and Thobari's grandfather comes under attack.

As the wheel comes full circle, and the time to detach the Shinra Bansho again looms, will history repeat itself and ultimately seal the fate of the Nabari ninja? See for yourself in The Ruler of Nabari finale (why the smile :P).

The Ruler of Nabari volume 14 contains chapters: 69 to 72: To the Place that Memories Return―――Kotarou Fuuma, To the Place that Memories Return―――Hakutaku, To you, Farewell and To you, Welcome Home. [*NOT Elex chapter titles]

Mangazines and new Elex titles
Elex launches the Rockman The Shooting Star manga that adapts the Ryuusei no Rockman videogame Capcom developed for the Nintendo DS, and liberates the third Shonen Magz of the year. Deets after the release list.

Elex Media manga (2012.03.14)

  1. Alice Academy (Gakuen Alice) vol 17 of 26+ by Higuchi Tachibana
  2. Alice Academy 17 (Elex)

    Gakuen Alice学園アリス
    by Higuchi Tachibana
    Hakusensha Hana to Yume, shoujo
    Volume 17 (Story 95–100 + Other Story) first published in Japan 2008.12

    Other languages/Serializations
    Previously serialized in the Indonesian HanaLaLa (discontinued)
    English Gakuen Alice (TOKYOPOP: 16 volumes per 2011.04), French (Glénat: L'académie Alice Tome 24 shipped 2012.02.22 • Tome 25 street date: 2012.05.23), German (Carlsen Comics: Band 14 per 2012.01 • Band 15 street date: 2012.07.03; serialized in Daisuki), Spanish (Glénat Espagne: Alice Escuela de Magia, latest volume 20), traditional Chinese (Ever Glory Taiwan: 學園愛麗絲 23 released 2012.02.23).

    Aniplex and Group TAC's 26-episode anime adaptation, starring seiyuu Ueda Kana (Sakura Mikan), Park Romi (Hyuuga Natsume), Kugimiya Rie (Imai Hotaru) and Yasuda Miwa (Nogi Ruka), aired in Japan on NHK BS-2 from October 2004 to May 2005. Animax Asia's initial telecast ran from March to May 2006.

    The anime cast also recorded dramas first broadcast on web radio. Sony Music Entertainment released Gakuen Alice Love Potion Chuiho, the first web radio CD recording, in January 2006. The second and third radio CDs Gakuen Alice Mono Wasure Machine and Gakuen Alice Chocolate Holic followed in February and March of the same year.

    An official Gakuen Alice Fanbook (released 2007.05), a special Pika Pika SP Fanbook given away as a Hana to Yume furoku, the Gakuen Alice 25.5 Koushiki Fanbook (2011.09) and the Gakuen Alice Ehon Bear to Issho ni AIUEO picture book (2011.10)

  3. Detektif Conan (Meitantei Conan) vol 66 of 75+ by Aoyama Gosho
  4. Detektif Conan 66 (Elex)

    Meitantei Conan名探偵コナン
    by Aoyama Gosho
    Shogakukan Shonen Sunday, shounen
    Volume 66 (chapters 686–696) first published in Japan 2009.11

    Winner, 46th Shogakukan Manga Awards, in the Shounen category (tied with Nishimori Hiroyuki's Cheeky Angel)

    Other languages/serializations
    Serialized in the Indonesian Shonen Star (ongoing)
    English Case Closed (VIZ Media: 41 volumes as of 2012.01 • volume 42 street date: 2012.04.10), French (Kana: Détective Conan Tome 67 shipped 2012.03.02 • Tome 68 street date: 2012.06.08), Dutch (Kana), Spanish (Planeta DeAgostini Comics Spain), German and Swedish (Egmont), simplified Chinese (Chuang Yi Singapore: 名侦探柯南 #73 released 2012.01)

    Detektif Conan Seri Animasi TV (based on the TV series) and Detektif Conan Spesial (special editions by Aoyama-sensei's assistants that diverge from the main plot)

    Ongoing anime (episode 650 airs 2012.03.17), starring seiyuu Takayama Minami (Edogawa Conan) and Yamazaki Wakana (Mori Ran), at least 22 OAVs (Shonen Sunday Original animation, Magic File and Phantom Thief Kid specials, with the latest Phantom Thief Kid special, Love on the Ski Slope on Christmas Eve released 24 December 2011), 16 animated films (the 16th Detective Conan: The Eleventh Striker premieres 14 April 2012 in Japan) and four live-action TV drama, including the prequel Detective Conan: Shinichi Kudo's Written Challenge - The Good-bye Prologue (Oguri Shun as Kudo Shinichi and Kurokawa Tomoka as Ran), the follow-up Shinichi Kudo Returns! Showdown with the Black Organization (Fujisaki Nao as Conan), the third Shinichi Kudo's Written Challenge! The Mystery of the Legendary Strange Bird special (aired 2011.04.15 starring Mizobata Junpei as Kudo Shinichi) and the Kudo Shinichi he no Chosenjo TV drama that premiered 7 July 2011 and ended 29 September (also stars Mizobata Junpei as Kudo Shinichi).

  5. Ghost's Doctor (Youkai no Oisha-san) vol 9 of 15 by Sato Yuki
  6. Ghost's Doctor 9 (Elex)

    Youkai no Oishasan妖怪のお医者さん
    by Sato Yuki
    Kodansha Magazine Special, Shonen Sirius and Weekly Shonen Magazine, shounen
    Volume 9 first published in Japan 2008.12

    Other languages/serializations
    Serialized in the Indonesian Shonen Magz (ongoing)
    English Yokai Doctor (Del Rey: three volumes per 2009.08), traditional Chinese (Tong Li: 妖怪醫生 15 released 2011.06)

  7. Kekkaishi vol 13 of 35 by Tanabe Yellow
  8. Kekkaishi 13 (Elex)

    Kekkaishi結界師」 by Tanabe Yellow
    Shogakukan Shonen Sunday, shounen
    Volume 13 (chapters 116–125) first published in Japan 2006.09

    Winner, 52nd Shogakukan Manga Awards for the Shounen category

    Other languages/serializations
    Serialized in the Indonesian Shonen Star (ongoing)
    English Kekkaishi (VIZ Media: 30 volumes as of 2012.02.14 • volume 31 street date: 2012.04.10), French (PIKA Édition: Tome 28 shipped 2012.02.15 • Tome 29 street date: 2012.06.13), German (Carlsen Comics: Band 18 released 2011.11 • Band 19 street date: 2012.07.03), simplified Chinese (Chuang Yi: 结界师 #35 released 2011.11), traditional Chinese (Rightman Publishing Limited Hong Kong and Tong Li Taiwan), Italian (Planet Manga), Malaysian (PCM Comics), Korean (Bookbox), Spanish (Editorial Ivrea Spain), Vietnamese (Kim Dong)

    Sunrise's 52-episode anime adaptation, starring seiyuu Yoshino Hiroyuki (Sumimura Yoshimori) and Saitou Rie (Yukimura Tokine), aired in Japan from October 2006 to February 2008. The anime aired on Animax Asia from 15 February to 27 April 2011.

    An official TV animation guide book (released 2006.12 under the Shonen Sunday Comics Special imprint) and two official strategy guides for Wii and Nintendo DS (Wonderlife Special: 2007.06 (Nintendo DS), 2007.11 (Wii))

  9. The Knight in the Area (Area no Kishi) vol 4 of 30+ by Igano Hiroaki & Tsukiyama Kaya
  10. エリアの騎士 4 (JP cover)

    Area no Kishiエリアの騎士
    by Igano Hiroaki & Tsukiyama Kaya
    Kodansha Weekly Shonen Magazine, shounen
    Volume 4 first published in Japan 2007.02

    Other languages
    Traditional Chinese (Tong Li Taiwan: 足球騎士 25 released 2012.02.15)

    Shin-Ei Animation's The Knight in the Area anime adaptation premiered 7 January 2012 with seiyuu Fukuyama Jun as Aizawa Suguru, Itou Shizuka as Mishima Nana and Sanpei Yuko as Aizawa Kakeru. Episode 11 airs 17 March 2012.

  11. Kojiro vol 7 of 7 by Muraeda Kenichi [Finale]
  12. Kojiro 7 (Elex)

    Kojiro光路郎」 by Muraeda Kenichi
    Shogakukan Shonen Sunday Comics, shounen
    Volume 7 first published in Japan 1993.11

    Volume 7 chapters
    35 BRIDGE OVER TROUBLED WATER Asu ni kakeru hashi
    36 FAMILY AFFAIR Ijippari no Oyako
    37 GOOD TIME MARIE Kodokuna Utahime
    38 BORDER SONG Sono wake wa ienē!!
    39 THE TIMES THEY ARE A-CHANGIN Jidai wa kawaru
    40 DON'T CALL ME TEACHER Sensei to yobanaide, Nagisa to yobe!!

    Rereleased in four wide-ban from 1999.03 to 1999.09 and in four bunkoban from 2010.04 to 2010.07

    Related series
    Imouto Sensei Nagisa AKA Hot for my samurai teacher! (ongoing serialization in Monthly Shonen Sunday, two Gessan Shonen Sunday Comics Special volumes per 2012.01.12)
    Titles published under Shimanaka Shoten's Island Comics Primo imprint: Koujiro: Dai unabara o koete (Japan release: 2004.11); Koujiro: Tatta hitori no onīsan (2004.10); Koujiro: Totte oki no hankachīfu (2004.09); Koujiro: Sensei janē, Koujiro da! (2004.08)

  13. Kungfu Boy vol 11 of 18 Premium (Tekken Chinmi [Bunko]) by Maekawa Takeshi
  14. Kungfu Boy 11 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 11 first published in Japan 2002.12

    1987 Kodansha Manga Awardee for the Shounen Category

    Related series
    Sequels: Shin Tekken Chinmi AKA New Kungfu Boy (20 volumes), Tekken Chinmi Legends or Kungfu Boy Legends (volume 13 street date: 2012.03.16 (Japan); serialized in the Indonesian Shonen Magz, ongoing) and side story Tekken Chinmi Gaiden (3 volumes per 2010.04; serialized in Shonen Magz; Volume 3: Chinmi Other Story: Chinmi & Shie Fan published by Elex Media in 2011.06)

  15. New Kobochan (Shin Kobo-chan) vol 16 of 23+ by Ueda Masashi
  16. New Kobochan 16 (Elex)

    Shin Kobo-chan新コボちゃん
    by Ueda Masashi
    Houbunsha Manga Time Comics, seinen/4-koma
    Volume 16 first published in Japan 2009.11

  17. [Series Premiere] Rockman The Shooting Star (Ryuusei no Rockman) vol 1 of 3 by Itagaki Masaya
  18. Rockman The Shooting Star 1 (Elex)

    Ryuusei no Rockman流星のロックマン
    by Itagaki Masaya
    Shogakukan CoroCoro Comic, kodomo
    Volume 1 first published in Japan 2007.03

    Adapts Ryuusei no Rockman, the Mega Man action role-playing video game published and developed by Capcom for the Nintendo DS handheld video game console, also adapted into an anime by XEBEC titled Mega Man Star Force AKA Shooting Star Rockman that aired on TV Tokyo from October 2006 to October 2007.

  19. The Ruler of Nabari (Nabari no Ou) vol 14 of 14 by Kamatani Yuhki [Finale]
  20. The Ruler of Nabari 14 (Elex)

    Nabari no Ou隠の王」 by Kamatani Yuhki
    Square Enix GFantasy, shounen
    Volume 14 (chapters 69–72) first published in Japan 2011.01

    Finalist, 2005 Japan Media Arts Festival

    Other languages/serializations
    English Nabari no Ou (Yen Press: nine volumes as of 2012.02.28 • volume 10 street date: 2012.05.29; serialized in Yen Plus), French (Asuka: Nabari Tome 14 released 2011.07) and traditional Chinese (Sharp Point Press Taiwan: 隱王 (14) per 2011.07)

    A 26-episode anime adaptation by J.C. Staff, starring seiyuu Kugimiya Rie (Rokujou Miharu), Saiga Mitsuki (Yoite), Namikawa Daisuke (Kumohira Durandal Tobari), Hino Satoshi (Aizawa Kouichi) and Fujimura Ayumi (Shimizu Raimei), aired in Japan from April to September 2008.

    Square Enix released the official guide book Nabari no Ou: The Hidden Formula Guide + Drama CD -al fine- in Japan in January 2011. The guide book contains character profiles and an interview with the manga-ka; the drama in the enclosed CD is an original screenplay by Kamatani Yuhki-sensei.

  21. Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle vol 19 of 28 by CLAMP
  22. Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle 19 (Elex)

    Tsubasa RESERVoir CHRoNiCLEツバサ
    by CLAMP
    Kodansha Weekly Shonen Magazine, shounen
    Volume 19: Hime wa Tomo no Mirai o Kaerareru no ka!? (chapters 141–149) first published in Japan 2007.06

    Serializations/Other languages
    Indonesian Shonen Magz (ongoing)
    English Tsubasa (Del Rey: 28 volumes per 2010.11 and Chuang Yi Singapore: 28 volumes), simplified Chinese (Chuang Yi: 28 volumes), traditional Chinese (Tong Li), Thai (Vibulkij Publishing), French (Pika Édition: 28 volumes per 2010.12), Spanish (Norma Editorial Spain and Grupo Editorial Vid Mexico), Italian (Star Comics), German (EMA), Portuguese (JBC)

    Cardcaptor Sakura (alternate story) and xxxHOLiC (side story), among many others from the CLAMP portfolio

    The manga was adapted into anime by Bee Train. Fifty-two episodes, starring seiyuu Irino Miyu as Syaoran, Makino Yui as Sakura, Namikawa Daisuke as Fay, Kikuchi Mika as Mokona, and Inada Tetsu as Kurogane aired for two seasons in 2005 (April-October) and 2006 (April to November) in Japan. One movie and five OAVs animated by Production I.G were also released: Tsubasa Chronicle the Movie: The Princess of the Country of Birdcages (2005.08.20) Tsubasa Tokyo Revelations (2007.11 to 2008.03, three episodes) and Tsubasa: Shunraiki (2009.03 to 2009.05, two episodes bundled with manga volumes 26 and 27)

    Anime-based Drama CDs have also been released under the banner The Matinée of the Palace. The first, subtitled Chapter.1 ~Coral, the City on the Water~, released December 2005. Chapter.2 ~Impossible Goal~ followed in February 2006. The final CD, Chapter.3 ~Unspeakable Lines~, released in March 2006. Additionally, a spin-off series, Private High School Holitsuba, consisting of four CDs were released from 2006 to 2009.

    At least two anime fanbooks, three artbooks, two character guides and two OST guidebooks have been published between 2005 and 2009.

  23. Wild Life vol 22 of 27 by Fujisaki Masato
  24. Wild Life 22 (Elex)

    Wild Lifeワイルドライフ」 by Fujisaki Masato
    Shogakukan Shonen Sunday, shounen
    Volume 22 (chapters 186–194) first published in Japan 2007.05

    Winner, 51st Shogakukan Manga Awards in the Shounen category (2005)

    Indonesian Shonen Star (ongoing)

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

Postponed titles/New tentative street dates
Faster than a Kiss volume 3; Tale of the Sea King 42; and Yozakura Quartet 4 (postponed to 2012.03.28)

Mangazines (2012.03.14)

  • Shonen Magz Issue 03/2012 (Indonesian Shonen Magazine)

¹ Sources: Elex STO 14 March 2012 (release schedule and selected artwork) and Komikologi and Gramedia.com (artwork and synopses, unless indicated otherwise).
² All manga (still) retail for IDR 16,500 except Kungfu Boy 11 Premium (IDR 24,000/volume) and New Kobochan 16 (IDR 15,000). Shonen Magz 03/2012 is priced at IDR 30,000/issue.
³ Links like this are commercial Amazon search and/or product links (other language versions).

New Elex titles - continued
Rockman The Shooting Star vol 1 of 3
By Itagaki Masaya

When he merges with FM Alien Warlock, Hoshikawa Subaru transforms into Rockman, battling other Web creatures to uncover clues about his father, missing since a spacecraft accident.

Itagaki Masaya's three-volume Ryuusei no Rockman first serialized in CoroCoro Comic, which ought to clue you in on whether this *cough*kodomo*cough* manga is for you.

Other Itagaki Masaya manga
Itagaki Masaya followed up Rockman The Shooting Star/Ryuusei no Rockman with the manga for the second Mega Man Star Force videogame: Tribe Ryuusei no Rockman Butō Gaiden. One volume was published under the CoroCoro Dragon Comics label in August 2008.

Most likely, though, you know of Itagaki Masaya-sensei from the Boxing, Bullying Stand Up!, published by Elex from April to July 2011 (three volumes).

Itagaki Masaya is also credited with—still unlicensed, unless I'm wrong—Masquerade, also first serialized in CoroCoro Comic (two volumes compiled between 2006.01 and 2006.08).

Featured ongoing series

Alice Academy vol 17 of 26+
By Higuchi Tachibana

The grade-school principal targets Mikan's newly-acquired Stealing Alice; what kind of ‘disciplining’ do Mikan and her allies face? Meanwhile, an Alice Academy faction claiming to support Mikan shows up, and asks her to get out of the school—STAT!

Alice Academy vol 17 compiles Stories 95 through 100 and the Other Story - Ghost and Starry Sky side story. (YES, those are Elex's titles.)

Twenty-six Gakuen Alice tankou have been published in Japan as of 20 February 2012.

Ghost's Doctor vol 9 of 15
By Sato Yuki

Another open letter back cover blurb for Ghost's Doctor:

One story ends this volume, and I can finally relax a bit...NOT! I only remember the embarrassing parts. I have to work harder so that my story satisfies me and my readers. I hope you will continue to take care of me!
–Sato Yuki

If you want the latest Youkai no Oisha-san chapters (in Indonesia, at least), check out the newest Shonen Magz; Issue 3/2012 streets the same day as Ghost's Doctor vol 9.

Kekkaishi vol 13 of 35
By Tanabe Yellow

Kokuboro disintegrates, but at the heart of the castle, Yoshimori faces off against Kaguro. To ward off his opponent's deadly attacks, Yoshimori uses his new power, Zekkai. Kaguro, however, will not go down that easily...

Who arrives unexpectedly to Yoshimori's aid? questions Pika's Kekkaishi, Tome 13 blurb. And if Yoshimori survives and returns home as the conquering hero, does an even greater evil lie in wait...? asks VIZ Media's Kekkaishi, Vol. 13 preview in its turn.

The final moments of Kokuboro and The After in Kekkaishi volume 13, which collects chapters 116 to 125: Different, Advice, True Power, Escape, Return Home, Slap, A Visitor, Kiyoko, A Stake, Master and Disciple. [*NOT Elex/Shonen Star chapter titles]

For Kekkaishi chapters beyond 125, grab yourself some Shonen Star; teh latest Issue 04/2012 went on sale last week.

Kungfu Boy vol 11 of 18 Premium
By Maekawa Takeshi

Oudow returns to Dairin Temple and holds the head monk and the old man hostage. No power can take down Oudow, not even bone-crushing kungfu. The only choice left is Dairin Temple's ultimate Lightning God technique.

Can Chinmi master the martial arts in time to save Oudow's captives?

Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle vol 19 of 28

The group—minus Syaoran—heads for Infinity, a land where humans are nothing but pawns in a deadly game of “chess”. Sakura leads her team in victory after victory, her eye on a prize that just might cost her her remaining companion's lives.

[Additions from Del Rey's Tsubasa: RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE, Vol. 19: The Queen's Checkmate!– and Chuang Yi's TSUBASA Reservoir Chronicle Vol.19 descriptions]

Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle volume 19: Hime wa Tomo no Mirai o Kaerareru no ka!? compiles chapters 141 through 149: The Momentary Fugitive, The Solitary Princess, The Future Decision, The Most Important, The Unraveling World, That Which Was Seen in a Dream, The Three Worlds, The Two Choices and The Beloved Future.
[*NOT Elex/ShoMagz chapter titles; DON'T click the link if you don't want to be    SPOILED!]

If you can't wait for TRC volume 20, fall back on back (and the current 03/2012) issues of Shonen Magz.

Wild Life vol 22 of 27
By Fujisaki Masato

Thanks to a mysterious magic girl, Inu transforms into a veterinarian. Not only does he now rival Tessho in knowledge, he also can understand the animals' feelings. Given the tenseness of the situation, can Inu handle ALL of Tessho's work?

Wild Life volume 22 consists of chapters 186 to 194; if you want more recent chapters, go to Shonen Star 04/2012 and earlier (or later).

Other 14 March 2012 highlights

  • The Knight in The Area vol 4 by Igano Hiroaki & Tsukiyama Kaya: Kakeru enrolls in Enoshima High to track down Araki, the midfielder whose genius his brother acknowledged. Not long after joining Enoshima FC, however, Kakeru learns of something unexpected, something that may well jeopardize the future of his soccer career.
  • Kojiro vol 7 of 7 by Muraeda Kenichi: Together with Kojiro, Nagisa flies to the US; her sole objective, to see their father. The long journey dispels lingering doubts, and more importantly, allows Nagisa to again meet Maxwell, the mystery man who once helped Nagisa overcome her confusion.

Shonen Magz Issue 03/2012

Shonen Magz 03/2012 - FC: Tokkyu!

Tokkyu! © Komori Yoichi
& Kubo Mitsuro/Kodansha
[Weekly Shonen Magazine]

ShoMagz continues to shine the spotlight on Kishimoto Seishi's Blazer Drive, last month's front cover.

To fix the broken Kandachi, Daichi and Misora pay a visit to legendary mechanic Gen, even as Kirinkai renews efforts to seize Daichi's ‘hidden power’.

Aside from Blazer Drive—and Komori Yoichi- & Kubo Mitsuro's crack high seas rescue team Tokkyu! that grabs the cover—these Shonen Magazine (and one Afternoon) manga continue their serial runs:

Latest manga volumes
Collecting the tankou? Latest Elex compiles — Ghost's Doctor: volume 9 and Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle: volume 19 (2012.03.14 street date); School Rumble: volume 14 and Tokkyu!: volume 16 (3.07); Fairy Tail: volume 12 (1.11); Beck: volume 30 (2011.12.28); Kungfu Boy Legends: volume 10 (11.30); and Vinland Saga: volume 7 (9.19).

Still not enuf? Here are the other 14 March 2012 manga and manhwa

Level Comics: Bloody Monday 8 · Ceres: A Heaven's Fairy Tale 5 · X Blade 10 · Bronze Angel 7 of 7 · Drug-On 1 by Saito Misaki · Ami Non Stop 1 by Kitagawa Miyuki · Brave Story 8 · Dark Edge 4 · Last Inning 12 · Lanfeust of Troy: Permaisuri Cixi · Rantanplan: Pembawa Pesan

m&c!: Namida Usagi ~Tears of First Love~ 6 · Vampire Kisses: Blood Relatives 1 by Ellen Schreiber · Born To Cook 11 · Full House: Love Continues 5 of 5 · Secret 10 of 10 · Pedang MahaDewa: Future 6 of 6 | Reprints: Pure Love Junky by Shiumi Saki · Rhapsody in July by Kuze Mizuki · The Rival by Amane Yuko · Romance of Herself by Yamanaka Rico · Say It Marin Chan by Oobayashi Miyuki

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

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