New Releases: 7/2/2013

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I Don’t Like You At All, Big Brother!!, vol. 5-6 story and art by Kusano Kouichi

Mayo Chiki! Vol. 3 story by Hajime Asano; Art by Neet

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New Releases: 6/5/2012

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Online Previews of New Manga from Seven Seas

Just a quick round-up of three new new titles from Seven Seas coming soon in February and March.

Amnesia Labyrinth: Volume 1 (February 1st)
Story by Nagaru Tanigawa, Art by Natsumi Kohane

From the author of the acclaimed Haruhi Suzumiya series comes a new offbeat tale of murder and twisted love!

With the help of his cheery and spunky new girlfriend Yukako Sasai, straight-laced Souji is about to venture into a mysterious world that might just be the death of him.

Preview this title at GoManga.com
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Gunslinger Girl Omnibus: Volume 1 (February 1st)
Story and Art by Yu Aida

The long-awaited relaunch of Gunslinger Girl! This omnibus edition contains the first three volumes of the hit Gunslinger Girl manga series completely relettered and retranslated.

Preview this manga at GoManga.com
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Vampire Cheerleaders: Volume 1 (March 15th)
Story by Adam Arnold, Art by Shiei and Comipa

Two supernatural tales from the creative team behind fan favorite series Aoi House!

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Destiny’s Hand Omnibus nominated for the YALSA Great Graphic Novels for Teens List

DESTINY’S HAND OMNIBUS by Nunzio DeFilippis and Christina Weir (art by Melvin Calingo) has been nominated for the Young Adult Library Services Association’s Great Graphic Novels for Teens List. The annually produced list recommends graphic novels to encourage young adults, ages twelve to eighteen, to read for pleasure, and to aid librarians and teachers in selecting graphic novels for this age group.

The list of nominated titles for YALSA’s Great Graphic Novels for Teens 2011 booklist as of October 22, 2010 is available on the YALSA‘s webpage.

Congratulations to Nunzio, Christina and Melvin and their editor Adam Arnold!