By Mat K.
Okay, so this week is a bit on the short side, especially compared to last week which was fairly massive. There are a few gem selections, even though there are less than ten titles showing up. As far as stuff you will want to know about, in terms of continuing releases, Naoki Urasawa’s 20th Century Boys Volume 9 is at the top of the list. We are almost half way through the series and Kanna has decided to stand up and avenge Kenji-will she be able to muster up enough support for her cause? Kanna makes her way to a mafia-operated casino and quickly finds herself at a high stakes table. Is she lucky (and smart) enough to turn the odds in her favor at the bizarre and fast-paced game of Rabbit Nabokov? Either way, Monster is getting harder to come across, so it’s time to make the switch to either 20th Century Boys or Pluto while they’re still readily available.
So for some pretty sweet fantasy Children Of The Sea by Daisuke Igarashi is great. Volume 3 comes in this week, the issues are a little far between, but at least now you have a good jump off point. After Ruka sees a ghost in the aquarium her dad works at, and meets two strange boys and they all get caught up in a mystery surrounding why the ocean’s fish are disappearing. In book three Ruka is traumatized when Sora disappears into the night sea right in front of her. Continue reading