Here’s a roundup of new releases on Manga Planet from Kodansha this week!
(Volumes 6 – 9)
Outwitted at the last minute by the mysterious terrorist leader “J” and his associates, teen superhacker Fujimaru is stuck with an insurmountable challenge: defend the “Christmas Assassination” chip from terrorists seeking to reclaim it while preventing the spread of the deadly “BLOODYX” virus! How can Fujimaru win in this volume of Bloody Monday?
(Volumes 16 – 17)
Kokonoe’s plan comes to fruition, allowing him and Ohmori to evade execution while also creating a diversion for Sengoku and his friends to escape the clutches of Nishikiori. As they make their way back to the others, Yarai reaches Nishikiori’s camp where he comes to face the cold, hard truth about Kurususensei’s condition. But seeing a chance to turn things in his favor, Nishikiori makes a deal with Yarai. Will Yarai go through with Nishikiori’s dastardly request for the chance to save the life of his teacher? From the Trade Paperback edition.
(Volumes 1 – 4)
Naoto is a brilliant amateur mechanic who spends his days tinkering with gears and inventions. And the world is a playground – a massive, intricate machine. But his quiet life is disrupted when a box containing an automaton in the shape of a girl crashes into his home. Could this be an omen of a breakdown in Naoto’s delicate clockwork planet? And is this his chance to become a hero?
(Volumes 21 – 25)
Natsu and the gang journey to Edolas, a parallel world in the sky, in search of their vanished guild. Instead they stumble upon the parallel version of Fairy Tail and find their guild mates all have completely different personalities, as well as a long lost member of the original guild.
(Volumes 11 – 15)
Nodame and Chiaki are studying music in Paris–but the real drama is happening outside the classroom! As Chiaki’s life is about to take a surprising turn, Nodame makes a new friend, a homesick Chinese exchange student. And it’s not long before Nodame and her buddy land in a heap of trouble at the local Italian restaurant.
(Volumes 16 – 20)
Light is struck down before the powers of darkness. But it’s not over yet! Our final hope is to find the Silver Claimer’s Ultimate Weapon – Silver Ray. Musica puts aside his differences and joins forces with Demon Card general and fellow Silver Claimer Reina!
(Volumes 1 – 4)
Like many of his peers, Ataru Kashiwagi has found himself addicted to the newest social networking service, Real Account. But one day, Ataru and almost 10,000 other people, get sucked into the Real Account Zone, where they have become players in a series of deadly games. The basic rules of these games are simple—if you lose all your followers, you die in real life, and if you die, all of your followers die with you. As these depraved games decimate the players around him, Ataru must use quick thinking and his knowledge of Real Account to win each round and return to the real world. But when true friendship determines whether he lives or dies, can Ataru really survive when the only people he can count on are his Internet friends?
(Volumes 6 – 10)
THE REAL RUMBLE!! The school athletics fair is meant to be a celebration of youth and fitness, but personal grudges, haughty attitudes, and longstanding rivalries have turned healthy competition into allout war! Will Tsukomoto Tenma’s teacher have his revenge for the theft of his cookies? Can Sawachika Eri and Harima Kenji bury the hatchet long enough to compete on the same team? Will hoards of young men get themselves injured just to be seen by the pretty health office nurse? And can the misfits of class 2C ever hope to defeat the athletic, hard-studying, self-righteous creeps of class 2D? Here is where it’s all decided!
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