Here’s a roundup of new releases on Manga Planet from Kodansha this week!
(Volumes 31 – 35)
Seven years have passed, and without its most powerful wizards Fairy Tail has become the laughingstock of the magical world! Even after returning, Natsu, Erza, Makarov and the others quickly realize that restoring Fairy Tail’s good name will be tougher than they imagined. New and far more powerful guilds have arisen, and the upcoming Grand Magic Games might be Fairy Tail’s only chance at redemption. But how do you make up for seven years away in just a few days?
(Volumes 4 – 6)
When people in the stalled world lose all hope, they transform into grotesque gods known as the Heralds. Tears streaming down her face, Juri looks on helpless as the transformation takes her hold of her brother, while Majima stares empty-eyed at the truth behind her father’s final moments. With mutual animosity and a desire to save their respective families, the two women form an alliance, one that entails a risky plan to summon the Heralds and release the souls within. But unexpectedly, a miracle occurs that sets feelings that frozen for 22 years back into motion.
(Volumes 7 – 11)
Princess Hime has devoted her life to helping others–as a buttkicking monsterslayer. She has one very special memory: a song that she wrote for her sister. But when a wicked creature finds a way to turn that treasured memory into a curse, it’s up to Hime’s friends to find this cruel maestro–and set the princess free!
(Volumes 26 – 28)
Belnika comes to the horrifying realization that Haru is part of the intruders that she’s come to dispatch! Unfortunately for her ambitions, she is not exactly an expert swinging a sword. Besides, Haru just has no intention to fight her. Plue’s arrival helps Belnika see the light as well. However, upon realizing that Haru is the Rave Master, she’s wondering, what gives here–she’s supposed to be on the side for good!
(Volumes 16 – 19)
SUBTLETY IS FOR WIMPS! She . . . is a second-year high school student with a single all-consuming question: Will the boy she likes ever really notice her? He . . . is the school’s most notorious juvenile delinquent and he’s suddenly come to a shocking realization: He’s got a huge crush, and now he must tell her how he feels. Life-changing obsessions, colossal foulups, grand schemes, deep-seated anxieties, and raging hormones–School Rumble portrays high school as it really is: over-the-top comedy!
Watching the news, Takemichi Hanagaki learns that his girlfriend from way back in middle school, Hinata Tachibana, has died. The only girlfriend he ever had was just killed by a villainous group known as the Tokyo Manji Gang. He lives in a crappy apartment with thin walls, and his six-years-younger boss treats him like an idiot. Plus, he’s a complete and total virgin… At the height of his rock-bottom life, he suddenly time-leaps 12 years back to his middle school days!! To save Hinata, and change the life he spent running away, hopeless part-timer Takemichi must aim for the top of Kanto’s most sinister delinquent gang!!
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