- Filename: the-ancient-magus-bride.
- ISBN: 1626922845
- Release Date: 2016-07-05
- Number of pages: 180
- Author: Kore Yamazaki
- Publisher: Seven Seas
Reads from right to left in the traditional Japanese format.
Reads from right to left in the traditional Japanese format.
The Ancient Magus' Bride is a supernatural romance manga series that features a fascinating relationship between a troubled teenage girl and an inhuman wizard. Kore Yamazaki combines a fantastical shoujo style with a darker, brooding tone that is reminiscent of shonen hits like Pandora Hearts and Blue Exorcist. The Ancient Magus' Bride is an ongoing manga series that includes captivating artwork and color inserts in each volume.Hatori Chise has lived a life full of neglect and abuse, devoid of anything resembling love. Far from the warmth of family, she has had her share of troubles and pitfalls. Just when all hope seems lost, a fated encounter awaits her. When a man with the head of a beast, wielding strange powers, obtains her through a slave auction, Chise's life will never be the same again.The man is a "magus," a sorcerer of great power, who decides to free Chise from the bonds of captivity. The magus then makes a bold statement: Chise will become his apprentice-and his wife!
All for one..and none for all? The ten surviving Beast Knights have come together and begun trying to work together as a team, but not everyone shares the same goal. As long as Samidare plans to destroy the world herself, Yuuhi will support her-but he still finds himself bonding with the other knights as he helps them train. Meanwhile, one knight has chosen to stand with the mage and oppose them all!
The exciting climax to the manga trilogy about alchemy and adventure The Earthgaia clan, the royal family of golem craftsmen, is renowned throughout the realm for creating sentient automatons of the highest caliber. Clay Earthgaia, the sole heir to the clan, has come into his own as a skilled golem molder. Yet he hasn’t topped his earliest creations, his companion golems Kurogane and Shirogane. The two of them are so lifelike, they are often mistaken as human! Unfortunately, the golem crafter’s guild sees the golems’ unrestricted egos as a threat. In this final chapter, Clay must choose between his future as a member of the guild and the closest thing to a family he has left. Should Clay sacrifice his past to secure his future?
Magika Swordsman and Summoner is a fantasy manga series about a young magical summoner and his trials and tribulations in summoner school, based upon a popular light novel series. MAGIC VERSUS STEEL Kazuki Hayashizaki, the only boy in the all-girls’ Magika, is starting to accept his fate as a summoner rather than a swordsman. But after a decisive victory in the dueling arena, the teachers believe that Kazuki’s rightful place is at the Kengika, the school for training swordsmen. No one feels this more strongly than Kazuki’s adoptive sister, Kanae, who challenges him to a duel that would pit her sword skills against his summoning magic. If Kazuki wins, it will prove once and for all that he has what it takes to become a summoner and should remain at the Magika. There’s only one hitch—Kazuki’s spells are mysteriously running dry, and time is running out!
Among the quiet villages and towns of 18th century Europe, demons known as the Ill hide within the most beautiful works of art, sparked to life by the torment of their creators. Attracted by their jewel-like allure, the unwary find themselves possessed by the Ill and driven to horrific acts of violence. Only the hunters of the Ciste Vihad can dispel the Ill. The diabolic Lady Janjaghee has captured Rodin in hopes of luring March to her death. Enraged, March goes after her nemesis while Belma and Jake do their best to hold her back—for if March allows her love for Rodin to overwhelm her, the Ill inside her will devour her soul. But tapping the evil force in her heart may be the only way for March to defeat Lady Janjaghee! Reads R to L (Japanese Style) for mature audiences.
Merman in My Tub is an uproarious supernatural comedy manga that turns the popular "monster girl" genre on its tail with the odd couple relationship between a young man and a merman who has invaded his bathtub. What happens when an intruder from the sea stakes claim to your bathtub? A cool yet demure teenage boy named Tatsumi must learn to live with the self-obsessed and playful merman Wakasa in a small Tokyo apartment. These two dissimilar young men will learn what it takes to deal with one another in their everyday lives. Of course, impromptu visits by Wakasa’s anthropomorphic ocean friends—an octopus, jelly fish, and hermit crab—do not make things easier. Welcome to Tatsumi’s bathtub. It’s getting crowded!
Ryuji Goda, Art Squad president and sterling example of self-confidence, has become anxiety-ridden Ranmaru’s greatest role model. Surely under the guidance of such a genius, Ranmaru will come into his own? But now a film camp at a remote mansion is putting Goda’s assurance to the test. Is Ranmaru up to the challenge of saving his mentor from his greatest fear—a child?! -- VIZ Media
A Certain Scientific Accelerator is an ongoing manga series spun off directly from the pages of New York Times bestseller A Certain Scientific Railgun. Series author Kazuma Kamachi deepens the world of Academy City as portrayed in A Certain Scientific Railgun and A Certain Magical Index, giving the spotlight to the sinister Accelerator in this highly-anticipated spin-off. Welcome to a world where mysticism and science collide, and supernatural powers are derived from either science or religion. At the heart of this world is Academy City, an advanced metropolis whose population is comprised mostly of students. The majority of students are enrolled in the city's "Power Curriculum Program," where they must learn to master their latent psychic powers.
Our real parents, yours and mine... The death match with Maré leaves Stella drained. Slipping in and out of consciousness, she relives the traumatic events of the airline crash. Was Stella's white-haired bully really on the same plane? And what was in the strange box she saw with him? Did you and I meet a long time ago? Maybe on an airplane...? Stella's doubts about Tsukito, her white-haired bodyguard, resurface...Is her returning memory a Pandora's box? ...and perhaps a hundred others have died at his hand.
Among the shocking news that Kaname imparts is that Kaoruko’s mother is still alive and has entrusted Kaoruko with the immense power of the Witch Queen. As long as Kaoruko has that power, she will be the target of humans and demonic spirits alike. Kaname claims to be a “knight” that protects witches, but then he steals a kiss from Kaoruko...! -- VIZ Media
From Orson Scott Card, the author of Ender's Game comes a 384-page omnibus edition containing the first two books of an all-ages manga series! Out of deep space, a mysterious alien race known as "The Givers" came to Earth. They gave the human race the greatest technology ever seen—four giant towers known as Ladders that rose 36,000 miles into space. Each tower culminated in a space station that harnessed the energy of the Sun to power the entire planet. As suddenly as the Givers arrived, they vanished, leaving the human race with one solemn instruction: maintain and preserve the Ladders at all costs. Due to the unique alien construction of the Laddertop space stations, however, only a skilled crew of children could perform the maintenance necessary to keep the stations running. Twenty-five years later, back on Earth, competition is fierce to enter Laddertop Academy. Robbi and Azure, two eleven-year-old girls who are best friends, are among those vying for a spot at the prestigious academy. While one is rejected, the other takes off into space for the adventure of a lifetime. Yet soon, their destinies will collide, as they must decipher an alien message and solve an ancient mystery that could either save the Earth from invasion...or trigger its imminent destruction. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Dimitri Lewandowski is a celebrated tenor in early 1900s Vienna. When he is killed in an accident, his corpse is colonized by the seeds of a vampire master. At first, Dimitri denies that anything has changed, but as the people around him start dying, he is forced to accept the ghastly truth. Flash-forward to 2008. In Tokyo, Azusa Kikukawa has become Alice, resurrected in a century-old body to become the breeding ground for a group of vampires. Alice is serious about fulfilling her role, but she needs a little time to adjust before she commits herself to propagating. But vampires aren’t as immortal as myth paints them. Will her hesitation cost Alice her chosen mate?
On her sixteenth birthday, orphan Himari Momochi inherits her ancestral estate that she’s never seen. Momochi House exists on the barrier between the human and spiritual realms, and Himari is meant to act as guardian between the two worlds. But on the day she moves in, she finds three handsome squatters already living in the house, and one seems to have already taken over her role!