Here’s a roundup of new releases on Manga Planet from Kodansha this week!
(Volumes 28 – 30)
The battle between Kogarasumaru and Sleipner rages on, and time is running out! With the stakes higher than they’ve ever been, Ikki and his friends have to use every trick in the book just to stay alive. Meanwhile, the state of world politics grows erratic as the American president (in the body of a teenage girl) unveils the true scope of Air Treck technology. And what part do Ringo and Sleeping Forest have to play in all of this?
(Volumes 12 – 16)
Tokyo, ravished by the radioactive contamination caused by an accident at a nuclear power plant, is now in lockdown. “COPPELION”, a special unit of the third division of Japan’s Ground SelfDefense Forces made up of three high school girls, genetically engineered to be impervious to radioactivity, is sent into Tokyo; “The City of Death”.
(Volumes 1 – 5)
Cute girl wizard Lucy wants to join the Fairy Tail, a club for the most powerful wizards. But instead, her ambitions land her in the clutches of a gang of unsavory pirates le by a devious magician. Her only hope is Natsu, a strange boy she happens to meet on her travels. Natsu’s not your typical hero he gets motion sickness, eats like a pig, and his best friend is a talking cat. With friends like this, is Lucy better off with her enemies?
(Volumes 7 – 10)
After Shusei’s troubling response to Aoi’s confession, she’s doing her best to adjust to life apart from him. In the space left by Shusei, Wataru is there to comfort Aoi and try to make her smile despite the heartbreak. But Wataru is struggling with his own feelings for Aoi, and his patience for being just a friend is wearing thin. Will Aoi be able to move on from Shusei and see a future with Wataru, or is her love for her former roommate just too strong?
(Volumes 2 – 5)
Kako and Kota are really getting married?! Just when it looks like things are really moving along, Okami throws things for a turn yet again!! Will Kako really be okay with this cop?? Or should she turn her attention to something more familiar…? Also, at the end of this volume, we get a special side-story with our favorite rabbit!
(Volumes 2 – 6)
With the Aizu Seven Spears on their trail, the Hori women are eager to learn to fight and avenge their men’s deaths, so they turn to swordsman Yagyû Jyûbei Mitsuyoshi to teach them the ways of the blade. Meanwhile, a masked spy has also drawn the ire of the Seven Spears. What does this mysterious figure want? And will the Hori women survive their first encounter with the killers?
(Volumes 2 – 6)
Five friends killed a man and buried the body. Five years later, the body is stolen. The thief: unknown. His hostage: a corpse. There is nowhere to run, only the mystery blackmailer’s cruel, repulsive “instructions.” And so occurs a tragedy, under the sun, in the woods. The indelible scent of blood. Friendship and peaceful days, gone. Exposed skin and stolen dignity. What is crime? And what is punishment? Unable to answer, they plunge, head first, through the gates of hell.
(Volumes 10 – 12)
Yamada has finally made progress in his relationship with Shiraishi, and the Supernatural Studies Club is on its way back to normal thanks to the efforts of Odagiri. But the mysteries surrounding the seventh witch, Rika Saionji, are far from over! Finding a soft side to the enigmatic witch may be the key to fully restoring the memories of Yamada’s friends, but to learn about what’s really going on with her and Student Council, Yamada will have to seek out the shocking truth behind why Leona Miyamura left school. What painful secrets could Leona be hiding about herself, Student Council President Yamazaki, and Saionji?
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