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Shura Yukihime Gaiden

#1276 Shura Yukihime Gaiden

Lady Snowbload returns after a 20 year long hiatus! Ikegami Ryoichi takes over the art while Kazuo Koike continues to deliver the same writing that made Lady Snowblood a hit originally. This volume contains three stories that take place after the original series. A politician and his wife try to lure Yuki out of retirement to exact their vengeance. A Buddhist nun tries to escape her sisters and bring the true teachings of her sect to the populace with a stolen mandala. She is rescued by Yuki...
Sister Trap

#3164 Sister Trap

Alternative: シスタートラップ,
Author/Artist(s): OOHASHI Kaoru
Skyhigh IV

#1081 Skyhigh IV

Alternative: Skyhigh 4, Skyhigh4,
Author/Artist(s): Takahashi Tsutomu
Fourth installment in the Skyhigh...
Skyhigh Karma

#640 Skyhigh Karma

Life, death, it is all the same. Think you\'ve heard this before? Skyhigh is back again with this...
Skyhigh: Shinshou

#785 Skyhigh: Shinshou

Skyhigh Shinshou presents the stories of those souls who get to the Gate of Grudges. Izuko, keeper of the Gate of Grudges presents each soul with three choices: pass through the Gate of Grudges to heaven and be reborn, refuse to admit death and remain as a ghost on earth, or haunt and kill one person and then proceed to hell and eternal suffering. What does each soul choose and...
Sleeping Planet

#6364 Sleeping Planet


#228 Soil

Author/Artist(s): Kaneko Atsushi
Something strange is going on in "Soil New Town." The sudden disappearance of a seemingly normal family leads the two detectives Yokoi and Onoda to the idyllic town in the middle of nowhere. What looks like a routine case at first quickly turns into a complex and deadly riddle where nothing is what it seems to be. Will the two disparate investigators manage to solve the mystery before it's too...

#702 Solanin

Alternative: ソラニン,
Author/Artist(s): Asano Inio
Slice of life with a young couple, Inoue Meiko and Taneda Shigeo, and how everyday occurrences affect their lives. Meiko begins contemplating whether freedom without purpose is really the same thing as boredom. This is a retelling of a very common real life situation, perhaps enjoyable for an older fanbase. Art is different, there are no anime-esque deformations here. Nominated in 2009 for the Eisner Award Best U.S. Edition of International Material - Japan. Nominated for the 2009 Harvey Award...