Announcing: October 2018 digital-first debuts!

More debuts for fall! The campaign continues as we launch at least one new “digital-first”manga series every week, and this month we kick off  6 new manga series, with desert-island survival tactics, a couple of next-door-neighbor romances, vengeance through time, a royal resurrection, and a powerful dose of musical magic—all for October!

Kodansha Comics’s digital-first manga releases are part of an exciting new initiative begun last year to put a greater diversity of manga series into the market. This month’s series debuts will be available at all of Kodansha Comics’s partner digital platforms, including Amazon Kindle, BookWalker, comiXology, Google Play, Kobo, MyAnimeList, and nook:

Debuts October 2nd! Are You Lost? by Kentaro Okamoto and Riri Sagara
Because of a plane crash … starting today, we’re spending the springtime of our lives on a desert island!! There’s nothing here, so we have to make everything!! And eat everything!! (Ugh!) Check out our high-school-girl survival story of courage and knowledge. We’re actually doing pretty well! Volume 1 includes: how to eat cicadas, how to build traps, a simple allergy test, how to eat hermit crabs, etc. (original Japanese title: Sounan desuka?)

 

Debuts October 9th! Kira-kun Today by Rin Mikimoto  
For one short year, haplessly awkward, cockatiel-toting Nino has to keep watch over class joker and nextdoor neighbor, Kira-kun. Can Kira-kun—who harbors a terrible secret—find it in himself to open up and learn something new from Nino, or will she be consumed by his world? Find out in this touching tale of two fates that intertwine to become the “closest love to Heaven”—the latest from Rin Mikimoto (Kiss Me at the Stroke of Midnight, Love’s Reach)!  (original Japanese title: Kyou no Kira-kun)

Debuts October 16th! Tokyo Revengers by Ken Wakui
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 twelve 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!!

Debuts October 23rd! Forest of Piano by Makoto Isshiki
This is a story about a piano, pitifully abandoned in the woods, and a young boy, Kai, who grew up playing it as his favorite toy. While Kai cannot even read sheet music, one day, he meets Shuhei Amamiya, an aspiring child pianist who transfers schools from Tokyo, and their music teacher, Sosuke Ajino. Ajino was also once a gifted pianist, until a tragic accident stole his promising future from him forever. Each from a different background, the trio’s personalities gravitate to one another and rebound. All the while, the piano sits patiently, awaiting a hand to play it.

Also debuts October 23rd! Mikami-sensei’s Way of Love by Hiro Aikawa
Without a single boyfriend in sixteen years, Natsume has zero relationship experience … and it’s all thanks to her super overprotective neighbor—high school teacher, Mikami-sensei!! Whether at home or at school, Natsume is always being manipulated by his strangely overbearing affections. But while it may have seemed like sibling love at first, their relationship soon takes an unexpected turn … ! (original Japanese title: Mikami-sensei no aishikata)

Debuts October 3oth! Princess Resurrection Nightmare by Yasunori Mitsunaga
With her flowing black dress, roaring chainsaw, and android, werewolf, vampire, and blood warrior at her service … the Princess of Monsters is back! Yasunori Mitsunaga’s masterpiece, Princess Resurrection, is hereby resurrected for a new series!

Heroes in Uniform Sale! Fire Force + 20 series up to 50% off

Hmm, maybe manga doesn’t quite have the same fetish for uniforms as certain other comicbook genres, but we know manga readers still love a cool hero in uniform! To celebrate our heroes in fictional and real life (and maybe just some peeps in cool outfits), this week, we’ve picked up 20+ manga series featuring Heroes in Uniform and put them on 50% off discount at all of our digital retail partners: BookWalker, comiXology, Google Play, iBooks, Kindle, Kobo, and nook. (Sale ends October 1.)  

~ Heroes in Uniform Sale  ~
September 25 ~ October 1
Click on the link to read Chapter 1 for FREE!

Ace of the Diamond
Again!!
A.I.C.O. Incarnation
All-Out!
Attack on Titan: Before the Fall
Attack on Titan: Lost Girls
Attack on Titan: No Regrets
Boarding School Juliet
BLAME! Academy and So On
Cage of Eden
Cells at Work!
Days
Drifting Dragons
Fire Force
Kigurumi Guardians
Knights of Sidonia
Kounodori: Dr. Stork
Land of the Lustrous
My Boyfriend in Orange
My Boy in Blue
Shojo Fight
Space Brothers

Announcements from New York Comic Con 2018!


UPDATE — October 6!

Hey! We just made some cool announcements yesterday at our industry panel— where, besides the new licensing announcements recapped below, we had a special guest from Japan, Yohei Takami, the editor-in-chief of Monthly Shonen Magazine and founding editor of Noragami, to talk about his experience of working with Harold Sakuishi, who received this year’s International Spotlight Award at the Harvey Awards for his groundbreaking music manga BECK

Digital-first announcements

Debuts October 2nd! Are You Lost? by Kentaro Okamoto and Riri Sagara
Because of a plane crash … starting today, we’re spending the springtime of our lives on a desert island!! There’s nothing here, so we have to make everything!! And eat everything!! (Ugh!) Check out our high-school-girl survival story of courage and knowledge. We’re actually doing pretty well! Volume 1 includes: how to eat cicadas, how to build traps, a simple allergy test, how to eat hermit crabs, etc. (original Japanese title: Sounan desuka?)

Debuts October 9th! Kira-kun Today by Rin Mikimoto  
For one short year, haplessly awkward, cockatiel-toting Nino has to keep watch over class joker and nextdoor neighbor, Kira-kun. Can Kira-kun—who harbors a terrible secret—find it in himself to open up and learn something new from Nino, or will she be consumed by his world? Find out in this touching tale of two fates that intertwine to become the “closest love to Heaven”—the latest from Rin Mikimoto (Kiss Me at the Stroke of MidnightLove’s Reach)!  (original Japanese title: Kyou no Kira-kun)

Debuts October 16th! Tokyo Revengers by Ken Wakui
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 twelve 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!!

Debuts October 23rd! Forest of Piano by Makoto Isshiki
This is a story about a piano, pitifully abandoned in the woods, and a young boy, Kai, who grew up playing it as his favorite toy. While Kai cannot even read sheet music, one day, he meets Shuhei Amamiya, an aspiring child pianist who transfers schools from Tokyo, and their music teacher, Sosuke Ajino. Ajino was also once a gifted pianist, until a tragic accident stole his promising future from him forever. Each from a different background, the trio’s personalities gravitate to one another and rebound. All the while, the piano sits patiently, awaiting a hand to play it.

Also debuts October 23rd! Mikami-sensei’s Way of Love by Hiro Aikawa
Without a single boyfriend in sixteen years, Natsume has zero relationship experience … and it’s all thanks to her super overprotective neighbor—high school teacher, Mikami-sensei!! Whether at home or at school, Natsume is always being manipulated by his strangely overbearing affections. But while it may have seemed like sibling love at first, their relationship soon takes an unexpected turn … ! (original Japanese title: Mikami-sensei no aishikata)

Debuts October 3oth! Princess Resurrection Nightmare by Yasunori Mitsunaga
With her flowing black dress, roaring chainsaw, and android, werewolf, vampire, and blood warrior at her service … the Princess of Monsters is back! Yasunori Mitsunaga’s masterpiece, Princess Resurrection, is hereby resurrected for a new series!

New licensing announcements—Kodansha Comics

I’m Standing on A Million Lives by Akinari Nao and Naoki Yamakawa
Releases in print May 2019. Volumes 1-3 currently available on digital. Check out free chapter 1 preview.  The digital-first hit comes to print! A teenage loner boy gets transported into a fantasy world with his two scary female classmates. The girls find themselves as a wizard and a warrior, but he’s woken up as … a farmer?! How will be become a hero now? 
An original fantasy-action adventure manga for fans of That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime

Magus of the Library by Mitsu Izumi
Releases July 2019. An all-ages story about one boy and the (literal) magic of reading set in a lushly-detailed Arabian Nights-inspired fantasy world! The whole villages mocks the poor little elf boy, calling him “Knife-Ears.” His only solace is in sneaking into the small branch library to read. Then one day, he meets Sedona, a librarian at the magical central library, who will sweep him away into a world of new knowledge and adventures! 

O Maidens in Your Savage Season by Mari Okada and Nao Emoto
Releases April 2019. Legendary anime creator Mari Okada (anohana, Maquia, Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans) makes her manga series debut with a moving, funny, so-true-it’s-embarrassing story of high school girls coming of age together. 
The girls in a high school literature club do a little icebreaker to get to know each other: answering the question, “What’s one thing you want to do before you die?” One of the girls blurts out, “Sex.” Little do they know, the whirlwind unleashed by that word pushes each of these girls, with different backgrounds and personalities, onto their own clumsy, funny, painful, and emotional paths toward adulthood.

New licensing announcements—Vertical Comics

The Golden Sheep by Kaori Ozaki
Releases September 2019. From the creator of Gods LieTsugu-chan is separated from her friends (Sora, Yuushin and Asari) when she moves away. After a few years, she finally returns and is happy to be reunited with them. Tsugu-chan believes that her friends didn’t change, but that doesn’t turn out to be the case.  Themes of changes in life, friendship and bullying.

Don’t Mess with Me, Nagatoro by Nanashi
Releases November 2019. Mischievous Nagatoro-san always bugs Senpai to get a reaction out of him. What is her motivation? Does she just want to create misery for Senpai? Or maybe she secretly likes him?

Voices of a Distant Star (Novel) Original story by Makoto Shinkai, adapted by Arata Kanoh
Releases July 2019. Great novel for Makoto Shinkai and Voices of a Distant Star fans! The manga adaptation of Voices of a Distant Star is currently available in print and digitalThis story narrates the story from a tangent. It also fills in a lot of the gaps and answers many questions present in the manga/OVA. 

Harvey Awards 2018

Congratulations to Harold Sakuishi (creator of BECK, Seven Shakespeares) for receiving this year’s International Creator Spotlight Award at the Harvey Awards for his achievements in creating the groundbreaking music manga, BECK!

Harold Sakuishi (BECK) meets Dave Gibbons (Watchmen) at the Harvey Awards 2018. 

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New York Comic Con is just around the corner, and that means another NYCC of epic new panels, news announcements, con-exclusive goods, and more from Kodansha Comics and Vertical Comics! In New York October 4 through 7? Look for our Kodansha Comics / Vertical Comics booth (#2109) and events at New York Comic Con and Anime Fest, featuring The Ghost in the Shell: Global Neural Network, Sailor Moon Eternal Edition, APOSIMZ, BECK creator Harold Sakuishi, and more!

GUESTS!

Harold Sakuishi It’s been announced that Harold Sakuishi (BECK, Seven Shakespeares) is receiving the International Spotlight Award from the Harvey Awards this year. He will also be making appearances at New York Comic Con as a ComiXology Originals guest—doing signings at the comiXology booth (Artists Alley #1B5), appearing at the  International Creator Spotlight panel, and meeting you in person! For more details on Harold Sakuishi’s rare Stateside appearance, click here

 

Kodansha Comics’s BECK and Seven Shakespeares are now both available exclusively as comiXology Originals!

The Ghost in the Shell: Global Neural Network Creators The Ghost in the Shell: Global Neural Network is debuting at this year’s NYCC (on-sale date: October 21,) the minds behind this brand-new original comics anthology will be sharing the process behind the making of this project. Plus they will be doing signings at the Kodansha Comics booth (#2109) several times throughout the NYCC weekend. Here are the list of guests: 

Alejandro Arbona –– Editor, Black Magick, Old Guard
David Lopez –– Artist, Mystic, New Mutants
Brenden Fletcher –– Writer, Batgirl, Motor Crush
Genevieve Valentine ––Writer, Mechanique, Catwoman
Alex de Campi ––Writer, Smoke, No Mercy

SIGNINGS at the Kodansha Comics Booth (#2109)
Come and get your fresh copy of The Ghost in the Shell: Global Neural Network signed by the creators!
Friday, October 5, 5-6 pm
Saturday, October 6, 5:30-6:30 pm
Sunday, October 7, 11:00-12:00pm

Make sure to grab a copy of The Ghost in the Shell: Global Neural Network debuting at NYCC, or preorder now

PANELS!

Thursday, October 4

Sailor Moon Presented by Kodansha Comics
The original Sailor Moon manga returns this year in a beautiful, definitive Eternal Edition, and this is your chance to see what’s in store! Come see new cover illustrations, color pages that have never been printed in any English edition, and details and videos about Sailor Moon live shows and concerts. Plus, ask some of the Sailor Moon Eternal Edition localization team your questions and win fabulous prizes straight from Japan!
Date Thursday, October 4
Time 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Location  Anime Fest – Main Stage

Friday, October 5

The Kodansha Comics and Vertical Comics Big 2019 Mangastravaganza
The publishers of classics like Akira, Sailor Moon, and Battle Angel Alita, as well as new hits like Attack on Titan, APOSIMZ, Pop Team Epic, and Wotakoi: Love Is Hard for Otaku, reveal their exciting slate of titles for 2019 for the first time. Don’t miss this chance to be the first to see where manga in the US is headed next! Talk to the editors and publishers of your favorite series, get free manga samplers, and win fun, exclusive prizes straight from Japan.
Date Friday, October 5
Time 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Location Javits Center, Room 1A24

Saturday, October 6

Making Manga: From Mind to Magazine to Your Bookshelf
A team of manga professionals presents a unique inside look at how your favorite Japanese comics are created. Learn about the differences between American comics and manga, then experience a live demonstration featuring the translation, design, and lettering of an English-language manga. Ask a question and you could win a free book! Presented by Kodansha Comics.
Date Saturday, October 6
Time 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Location  Anime Fest – Mirai Stage

Master manga creator Harold Sakuishi has built a storied decades-long career with his kinetic style and award-winning manga, like the musically charged BECK and historical drama Seven Shakespeares—both available via ComiXology Originals. Join comiXologists Matt Kolowski and Kiersten Wing in this rare chance to hear from renowned mangaka Harold Sakuishi in an intimate and wide-reaching conversation, along with Sakuishi’s editor at Kodansha, Yohei Takami, and Kodansha USA’s Misaki Kido—it’s a panel no manga fan can miss!
Date Saturday, October 6
Time 12:15 PM – 1:15 PM
Location Javits Center, Room 1A02

The Ghost in the Shell: Global Neural Network Creator Panel
Meet the minds behind this brand-new original comics anthology, supervised by The Ghost in the Shell creator Shirow Masamune, including Alex de Campi (Twisted Romance), Brenden Fletcher (Motor Crush, Batgirl), David López (All-New Wolverine), and Genevieve Valentine (Catwoman). Speak with the writers and editors about their contributions to the Ghost in the Shell world, and see the future of Section 9!
Date Saturday, October 6
Time 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Location Javits Center, Room 1A24

Kodansha Comics / Vertical Comics Booth #2109!

WHAT’S FOR SALE? 

PRESTREETS!

APOSIMZ, volume 1
Battle Angel Alita, Deluxe Edition volume 5

Battle Angel Alita: Holy Night and Other Stories
The Ghost in the Shell: Global Neural Network


CON EXCLUSIVE MERCH!

Attack on Titan Poster Set
Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card Enamel Pin Set
Cells at Work! Acrylic Keychain Set
Devils’ Line Manuscript Replica
Pop Team Epic Chara Dice

Pop Team Epic Selfie Sticks
Pop Team Epic Acrylic Stamps

FREEBIES*!

EDENS ZEROglobal pin (the US Edition) with Kodansha Comics newsletter sign up! …Details
 Kodansha Comics x Vertical Comics con exclusive tote bagwith gift with purchase of $25 or more
The Seven Deadly Sins, Devils’ Line, or Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Cardmini shikishi free with purchase
Pop Team Epic keychain with purchase of Pop Team Epic volume 1
& MORE!
*while supplies last.

PLUS – DON’T MISS OUR OFFICIAL SAILOR MOON POP UP SHOP!
Visit Kodansha Comics at NYCC Javits Center Booth #2109 to pick up a Sailor Moon discount flyer couponand exclusive Sailor Moon merchandise straight from Japan, such as Moon Stick, original illustration hand towel, handkerchief, and more!


Sailor MoonEternal Edition is available now from Kodansha Comics!

Summer 2018 Anime Season Finale Sale! Cells at Work! and MORE up to 50% on digital (ends 9/24)

Summer—which means the summer anime season—is about to end! 😱 We here at Kodansha Comics hope you’ve been enjoying watching anime like Cells at Work! and Attack on Titan each and every week like we do! To recap some of the best episodes, this week we’re putting all the manga that became hit anime on discount (so you can binge read!)  during this week’s Summer 2018 Anime Season Finale Sale! The digital volumes of the following series (see below) are up to 50% off at all of our digital retail partners: BookWalkercomiXology, Google Play, iBooks, Kindle, Kobo, MyAnimeList, and nook! (Sale ends September 24.)


2018 Anime Season Finale Sale
— Click on the covers to read free full Chapter 1s —


Cells at Work!— watch the anime on Crunchyroll



Grand Blue Dreaming— watch the anime on Amazon Prime


Attack on Titan 
— watch the anime on Funimation NOW and Crunchyroll


Back Street Girls— anime coming soon in English!

 

 

 

EDENS ZERO Global Pins! Exclusive designs revealed + special message from Hiro Mashima!

Hiro Mashima, creator of Fairy Tail and EDENS ZERO, just dropped some exciting news for his fans around the world! 

To celebrate the release of EDENS ZERO Volume 1 in Japan—and in the rest of the world—we here at Kodansha are kicking off the EDENS ZERO Global Campaign, where fans from Japan, France, Korea, Thailand, and the United States can get a set of EDENS ZERO pins with unique national designs for each region! For more details on this campaign, check out this website


“Thanks for reading EDENS ZERO!” —Hiro Mashima

For you fans in the United States of Amurrica, the first chance of getting the USA version of EDENS ZERO pins is gonna be, naturally, at the Great American comic convention in America’s biggest city, i.e., New York Comic Con!

Going to NYCC 2018 (October 4 – 7)?
To get the EDENS ZERO pins, visit Kodansha Comics booth (#2109) at NYCC Javits Center and sign up for the Kodansha Comics newsletter!
Or, if you are already a subscriber, all you have to do is show our booth staff that you’ve received the Kodansha Comics newsletter in your inbox.
We’ll get you your pins*!
*while supplies last. 

NOT going to NYCC?
Don’t fret—there will be more chances for you to get your hands on these EDENS ZERO pins (aka superfan badge of honor) as we get closer to the release date of the English edition Edens Zero Volume 1 in November 2018. 

And announcing … The EDENS ZERO Survey Sweepstakes! 

Take this survey for a chance to win an EDENS ZERO global pin set!
Every Friday during the sweepstakes, 10 lucky winners will be selected to receive the US edition of EDENS ZERO Volume 1 + the global pin set (a set of 3.)
Sweepstakes duration: October 2 through November 30, 2018.

Behold! The U.S. EDENS ZERO pins! 

 

All chapters of EDENS ZERO now available on comiXology and Crunchyroll

Ajin and Cells at Work! in September Loot Anime!

Hey! Don’t you think you deserve a little surprise gift or two for being a royal loyal fan of manga and anime? Here’s what you can do: 

This month, you can sign up for Loot Anime Fierce Crate and get exclusive merch of this season’s fan-favorite anime Cells at Work! (anime as seen on Crunchyroll) and Ajin: Demi-Human (as seen on Netflix)! 


Not only that, we’ll give you even a sweet deal.
You can use the code “AJIN25” during the check out on Loot Crate’s website, and get a 25% off discount, right on the spot! But hurry! The deal and the offer for the Loot Anime Fierce Crate ends on September 27, 2018 at 9PM PT!  

 

 

BECK creator Harold Sakuishi coming to New York Comic Con 2018!

Just announced! Harold Sakuishi, legendary manga creator of BECK and Seven Shakespeares, is going to attend New York Comic Con 2018 October 4-7!

Harold Sakuishi has published several award-winning works in his native Japan, but his name will probably be forever entwined with his groundbreaking marriage of manga and indie rock,
BECK, which is currently being published in English by comiXology Originals and Kodansha Comics. This is a rare Stateside appearance by the manga legend!

 

Kodansha Comics’s BECK and Seven Shakespeares are now both available exclusively as comiXology Originals

“I’m really honored to be able to attend as special an event as New York Comic Con.
A lot of influences from America—music, movies, culture—went into BECK.
It’s been eleven years since I last visited New York. I’m really looking forward to seeing it again. Thank you!” — Harold Sakuishi 

About Harold Sakuishi
Born in Aichi Prefecture, Japan, Harold Sakuishi has built one of the most storied careers in all of manga, starting in 1987, when his Souwaikan (That’s Not Going to Happen) won the Tetsuya Chiba Excellent Newcomers Award. Subsequent works include Gorillaman (winner of the Kodansha Manga Award in 1990), Bakaichi, Stopper Busujima, and RiN, but probably Sakuishi’s name will forever be entwined with his groundbreaking marriage of manga and indie rock—BECK, which  later became a global sensation as a hit anime series. His current ongoing serial, Seven Shakespeares, which speculates on the true identity of the Bard of Elizabethan England, is now being published in English, along with BECK, as part of the comiXology Originals line.

 

See Harold Sakuishi at NYCC 2018!

Panel 
International Creator Spotlight – Harold Sakuishi
Master Manga creator Harold Sakuishi has amazed fans for decades with his kinetic style and award-winning Manga like the musically charged BECK and historical drama Seven Shakespeares – both available via comiXology Originals. Join comiXologists Matt Kolowski and Kiersten Wing for an intimate and wide-reaching conversation with renowned mangaka Harold Sakuishi, and special guests, Yohei Takami (Chief Editor, Kodansha) and Misaki Kido (Kodansha) – it’s a panel no Manga fan can miss!
Date: 10/6/2018
Time: 12:15 PM – 1:15 PM
Location: 1A02


SIGNINGS in Artist Alley at the ComiXology Booth (#1B5)
Thursday 10/4 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Friday 10/5 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Saturday 10/6 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM
Get Your Limited Edition BECK pins for FREE! 
Update 10/2 Today ComiXology Originals announced Harold Sakuishi will be signing FREE limited-edition BECK pins at NYCC 2018! Be sure to come by the ComiXology Booth in Artist Alley (#1B5) during Harold Sakuishi’s signing to get this special commemorative pin set autographed! 

 

 

Harold Sakuishi Sale on ComiXology! 
If you’ve been meaning to read up on Sakuishi’s materpieces, now is the perfect chance! Because on October 2, brand-new, never-before-translated volumes of BECK (volumes 15-22) as well as Seven Shakespeares (volumes 5-6) are launching as a part of the ComiXology Originals lineup—available exclusively as digital editions on ComiXology and Kindle. And ALL the volumes, including these new ones, are going to be up to 50% off! (Sale ends 10/8.)

Back to School Bad Boys Sale: Grand Blue Dreaming + 14 series up to 50% off on digital! (ends 9/10)

So ya don’t wanna go back to school!? B-but think of all the next-level adventures and shenanigans you’ll be having in the new school year!

And now, as Part 2 of our Back to School Sale, this week we’ve handpicked 15 manga series featuring trickster and troublemaker guys and put them on sale discounted up to 50% off for our Back to School: Bad Boys Sale at all of our digital retail partners: BookWalkercomiXology, Google Play, iBooks, Kindle, Kobo, MyAnimeList, and nook! (Sale ends September 10.)

Wanna see … good old fashioned bad bros comedy?

Check out Grand Blue Dreaming and GTO Paradise Lost!

Wanna see … pretty boys’ dark sides? 

Check out
The Price’s Black Poison
Defying Kurosaki-kun
and
Lovesick Ellie

Whatever the kind of bad boys manga you might be into … we got ’em! 
Check out the full list of manga on sale below:

~ Back to School! Bad Boys Sale  ~
September 4~September 10

Beauty Bunny
Beware the Kamiki Brothers!
Boarding School Juliet
Defying Kurosaki-kun
Devils’ Line
GTO Paradise Lost
Grand Blue Dreaming
Living-room Matsunoaga-san
Love’s Reach
Lovesick Ellie
My Little Monster
The Prince’s Black Poison
Tsuredure Children
Say I Love You.
You Got Me, Sempai!