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Join your favorite villagers from Animal Crossing: New Horizons for all-new adventures in this official manga! What do the villagers of Animal Crossing: New Horizons get up to when you're not around? Find out all about their antics in this hilarious manga filled with goofy gags and silly stories! Plus, read comics that highlight each villager, as well as get tips and tricks for playing the game in a special bonus section.
Asa reluctantly agrees to accompany Yone to an audition at an entertainment agency. However, before they can leave, Mr. Jissoji shows up with news-the mysterious creature has been spotted! With Kasuga nowhere to be found, Asa prepares to take flight to identify the creature. But before she can, Nakaido runs in claiming to have found its weakness, earning himself a seat in Asa's plane as they take to the skies. For older teen audiences.
As a consequence of his savage battle with brown bear Riz, doors begin to close for gray wolf Legoshi, and he must strike out on his own. Temptation arises when he makes a new herbivore friend, Merino sheep Seven, who is being harassed at work by her carnivore colleagues. We finally meet the current valiant Beastar, horse Yahya, who shares a history with Legoshi's family. Like Legoshi and Louis, Yahya strives to make the world a better place-but do his ends justify his means? Then, both Louis and Legoshi must come to terms with their father figures... For older teen audiences.
Because of his criminal record, gray wolf Legoshi is working in a noodle shop instead of attending high school. Through his job and apartment complex, he meets denizens of the sea, where the values and laws are surprisingly different from those on land. Meanwhile, Beastar horse Yahya and Komodo dragon Gosha attempt to settle their historic grievances through battle. And then a black market drug hits the city... For older teen audiences.
Toma and Futaba have their first sit-down talk after the big fight at school. Meanwhile, Taichi struggles with the problems that have been dumped in his lap by his friends' choices, and he ends up distancing himself from Toma. Then, one day, Toma stops coming to school. Left in the lurch, what can Futaba and Taichi do? Everyone chooses their futures, and time marches on. Don't miss the heartfelt conclusion of Blue Flag! For older teen audiences.
Behind the world you think you know lies a land of magic and fairy tales-but Reverse London isn't the pretty picture that's painted in children's books. Fairy tales have teeth, and the dedicated agents of Wing Bind are the only thing standing between you and the real story. For teen audiences.
A new girl named Reze has shown up and swept innocent Denji right off his feet. But is Reze exactly what she seems?(Spoiler: Nope!) Is Denji about to fi nd happiness once and for all? (Spoiler: Nope!) Prepare for the storm of all storms when Chainsaw Man looks for true love! For older teen audiences.
Denji's career as a devil hunter is really taking off! And after he appears on TV, the whole world knows about the mysterious Chainsaw Man. But that's not all good news, considering assassins are now on their way to Japan to claim his heart! Can Denji's team keep him safe from the world's most dangerous killers? For older teen audiences.
Learning to destroy demons won't be easy, and Tanjiro barely knows where to start. The surprise appearance of another boy named Giyu, who seems to know what's going on, might provide some answers-but only if Tanjiro can stop Giyu from killing his sister first!
In an epic confrontation, Tanjiro and his fellow Demon Slayers have fought on through the night, suffering terrible losses against the King of Demons, Muzan Kibutsuji. Dawn is breaking soon, and if they can keep Muzan at bay just a little longer, it will be the end of the centuries-long struggle. But Muzan will stop at nothing to destroy the Demon Slayers and unleash his most terrible powers. And if he can't defeat them, he may even be able to cause the Demon Slayer Corps to destroy itself from within. All fates and destines will be decided as the sun begins to rise... For teen audiences.
At Hemlock Heart Academy, science wiz Kazu Decker shows off his skills by creating a humanoid girl named Pandora. But in a world of monsters and mayhem, surviving high school is harder than getting good grades and lessons often turn violent at Hemlock. Fortunately for them, Pandora's stoic nature and seemingly limitless strength, paired with Kazu's luck, knowledge and friends, get them out of trouble almost as often as it gets them mixed up in it! For older teen audiences.
She wasn't born Cruella. Gifted with talent, innovation, and ambition, Estella dreamed of becoming a fashion designer, but the world seemed intent on making sure her dreams would never come true. The life of an amateur thief is hardly a glamourous one, but in 1970s London, at the crossroads of fashion, Estella has a vision for herself and her designs, if only she can afford it! Witness Estella's life on the streets with her best friends and partners in (petty) crime, Horace and Jasper, before the infamous diva Cruella emerges to make sure no one gets in her way!
The Great Lord of Lords awakens from inside of Boo to confront the evil Moro head-on. But even the power of a god doesn't seem to be enough to stop this monster! Goku, Vegeta and the others are forced to retreat. Goku goes with Merus to train to get stronger, but Vegeta has other plans. Hitching a ride on a Galactic Patrol ship, Vegeta goes to another part of space to meet with a certain group of aliens...
The villain Moro has released vicious criminals from the Galactic Prison, and now they're ravaging the galaxy in their search for planets with exceptional life energy! Meanwhile, back on Earth, members of the Bandit Brigade have shown up, including Seven-Three, who has the ability to copy other fighters' powers. How will Piccolo and the others fare against this new threat without Goku around? For teen audiences.
Sugimoto and Asirpa (and Shiraishi too) have been reunited and they head south across Karafuto with the goal of returning to Hokkaido. But after so much time apart and all that has happened, Asirpa's feelings about the Ainu struggle have changed. Meanwhile, Lieutenant Tsurumi begins trying to decipher the code in the tattooed skins and sends a double agent into Hijikata's group. Hijikata is no fool, however, and engages in a battle of wits with Tsurumi. Regardless of who comes out on top, it's clear that only Asirpa holds the key to finding the Ainu gold. For mature audiences.
The Shibuya subway station is teeming with civilians and transfigured humans. Despite this dire circumstance, Satoru Gojo defeats the cursed spirits there. However, the cursed spirits possess a special item that can even seal the all-powerful Gojo! Meanwhile, an unlikely ally suddenly contacts Yuji Itadori, who is on his way to the station! For older teen audiences.
The incident in Shibuya becomes dire when Toji Zen'in reappears! Meanwhile, Mei Mei confronts the traitorous Geto on a subway platform, and Nanami's furious over the casualties suffered by the assistant managers. Then more grade 1 sorcerers enter the fray as Itadori fights the eldest Cursed Womb: Death Painting brother, Choso! For older teen audiences.
Dream Land's innocent troublemaker Kirby is back at it again with more of the mischief fans of all ages know and love. These cute and carefree Kirby comics-ready to be consumed in any order or inhaled all at once-will leave fans tickled pink! For all ages.
Komi and her brother, Shosuke, are in the country visiting their grandmother, and even the company of their younger cousin Akira can't save them from one dismal fact-they're bored! The visit is salvaged, however, when they run into Inaka, who knows all about having a good time in the country. It's friendship to the rescue! For teen audiences.
It's election season at Itan High, and one of Komi's classmates is running for school president! But according to school rules, Kiyoko Isagi needs to select a campaign representative, and this chilly perfectionist doesn't have anyone she feels comfortable asking. Luckily, Komi and friends have some good ideas for solving her problem! For teen audiences.
Ryusuke returns to the town he once lived in because rumors are swirling about girls killing themselves after encountering a bewitchingly handsome young man. Harboring his own secret from time spent in this town, Ryusuke attempts to capture the beautiful boy and close the case, but... Starting with the strikingly bloody "Lovesickness," this volume collects ten stories showcasing horror master Junji Ito in peak form, including "The Strange Hikizuri Siblings" and "The Rib Woman." For older teen audiences.