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Manga Planet New Releases (April 27, 2022)

Here’s a roundup of new releases on Manga Planet from Kodansha this week!

Clockwork Planet by YUU KAMIYA, Tsubaki Himana, KURO, and SINO

(Volumes 5 – 8)

Story Summary:
Even though AnchoR is RyuZU’s little sister, her immense power poses a threat to Naoto and the crew. When the two siblings confront each other, an explosive battle ensues that bends time and space! Even RyuZU’s Imaginary Time and her unique power, Mute Scream, may not be able to best an automaton built to destroy. Meanwhile, in Akihabara, a massive weapon appears, leaving the city’s armed forces at a loss. If Grid Akihabara falls, all of Japan may be in danger. Can Naoto handle a weapon strong enough to break the entire Clockwork Planet?

 

 

Fairy Tail by Hiro Mashima

(Volumes 26 – 30)

Story Summary:
Just as the Sclass wizard test gets underway, everything goes wrong! Grimoire Heart launches a surprise attack on Fairy Tail. But the guild is just collateral damage their real goal is much more sinister. At the vanguard of the invasion force is Grimoire Heart’s master, Hades… a man who only respects power, and has a history with Makarov!

 

 

Kokkoku: Moment by Moment by Seita Horio

(Volumes 1 – 3)

Story Summary:
In order to save her brother and nephew who have been kidnapped by a mysterious religious group known as the Genuine Love Society, Juri and her family cast a spell using a stone hidden by her grandfather to enter the world of stopped time known as Stasis. However, when they infiltrate the kidnapper’s base, they’re met by other people who can also move about freely. With grotesque creatures lurking about, will they be able to escape the parallel world and return to their normal lives?!

 

 

Nodame Cantabile by Tomoko Ninomiya

(Volumes 16 – 17)

Story Summary:
Chiaki is gearing up for his first season as a conductor. The auditions were arduous enough, but that was only the beginning. With one disastrous performance behind him, Chiaki is driving his orchestra over the edge with his passionate perfectionism. Will he inspire his jaded musicians to soar, or will they just crash and burn again?

 

 

Princess Resurrection by Yasunori Mitsunaga

(Volumes 1 – 6)

Story Summary:
Werewolves, demons, monsters, vampires. All these ferocious creatures are afraid of the same thing: the beautiful Princess Hime, an awesome warrior who fights off the forces off evil with a chainsaw and a smile. Not only does she look great in a tiara, she has magical powers that allow her to raise the dead. She’s a girl on a mission, and with the help of her undead servant and a supercute robot, there’s no creature of darkness she can’t take down!

 

 

Rave Master by Hiro Mashima

(Volumes 21 – 25)

Story Summary:
A pivotal event is about to unfold. Lucia finally has Haru on the verge of death. The Forgotten King, ‘Endless’, has emerged from the Star Vestige and is now on a rampage. Will anyone be able to defeat Endless?

 

 

Real Account by Okushou and Shizumu Watanabe

(Volumes 5-8)

Story Summary:
Yuma, Ayame, and the other players trapped in Real Account are suffering from mental and physical exhaustion as the “Reply or Regret” game drags on. As they fight to stay awake, a game changer arrives in the form of “stickers.” Collecting these emoticon images may be the key to outsmarting the game, but Yuma has more than just Marble working against him. On top of the threat of the Real Account servers getting shut down, an unpredictable and sadistic player has his sights set on Yuma…and he won’t stop until Yuma is in complete despair!

 

 

School Rumble by Jin Kobayashi

(Volumes 11 – 15)

Story Summary:
HAUNTED BY FINALS A teacher’s ghost, infamous for preventing students from graduating to the next grade, is haunting Harima. If he’s held back, he’ll never again be in the same class with his beloved Tenma. Does this mean that Harima will actually have to study?! Oh, the horror!

 

 

 

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