Reki Kawahara$14.00 $13.02
For this month I chose a light novel. However it can also be found in the form of manga, however I have the most experience with the light novel and that's the one I recommend. Unlike the anime for Sword Art Online the Sword Art Online Progressive series which is written by Reki Kawahara and the art is done by abec, it doesn't rush through the storyline as much and fills in the pieces. We get to see a side of Asuna (Main female character while Kirito is the main male character.) that we don't see in the anime, we get to see her personality and her life before Sword Art Online. We have video games, death, depressing subject matters, emotional moments, and thought thinking moments.It's also one of the few Science Fiction series that I actually like. Every thought about being trapped in a video game? Then this series might just be for you.
Kousuke Oono$12.99 $12.08
A former yakuza legend leaves it all behind to become an everyday househusband. But it's not easy to walk away from the gangster life, and what should be mundane household tasks are anything but.
Mamare Touno$14.00 $13.02
Translated from the Japanese.;When thirty thousand Japanese gamers are suddenly trapped in the online game world of 'Elder Tale, ' a realm of swords and sorcery - that was, up until yesterday, very much a fantasy - is now their cold, hard reality. Severed from their everyday lives, they're faced with fighting monsters, eating food with no flavour, and being unable to die?! Amid the chaos in 'Elder Tale' Akihabara, veteran gamer Shiroe locates his old friend Naotsugu and teams up with the beautiful female assassin Akatsuki. Together they embark on an adventure to change the world as they know it!
Umi Sakurai$12.99 $12.08
"A kitten languishes in a pet shop, unwanted and unloved. Even as his price drops with each passing day, no one spares him a glance unless it's to call him names. Having practically given up on life, the kitty himself is most shocked of all when an older gentleman comes into the store and wants to take him home! Will the man and the cat find what they're looking for..in each other?"--Provided by publisher.
Haruichi Furudate$9.99 $9.29
Kaiu Shirai and Posuka Demizu$9.99 $9.29
The children of the Grace Field House orphanage must escape a macabre fate before it's too late. Life at Grace Field House is good for Emma and her fellow orphans. While the daily studying and exams they have to take are tough, their loving caretaker provides them with delicious food and plenty of playtime. But perhaps not everything is as it seems... Emma, Norman and Ray are the brightest kids at the Grace Field House orphanage. And under the care of the woman they refer to as "Mom," all the kids have enjoyed a comfortable life. Good food, clean clothes and the perfect environment to learn--what more could an orphan ask for? One day, though, Emma and Norman uncover the dark truth of the outside world they are forbidden from seeing.
At Miss Qiunzella Thiskwin Penniquiqual Thistle Crumpet's Camp for Hardcore Lady-Types, being yourself has a long tradition of being celebrated, and no one knows that better than Ripley, who has spent a summer going where the wind takes her. But sometimes going against the grain is starting to feel like she's going against her friends, and Ripley's not sure if being unique is all it's cracked up to be. So when she meets a Zebracorn with the ability to blend in anywhere, Ripley's starts to think she should take on a new identity, one that looks more like everyone else. In this third and final volume, New York Times best selling author Lilah Sturges and acclaimed artist polterink take Ripley - and us - on a journey to discover who she truly is, and reminds us that showing others your true colors can help you see theirs, too.
Gege Akutami$9.99 $9.29
Yuji Itadori and his classmates are fighting two of the three reincarnated Cursed Womb: Death Paintings brothers. Meanwhile, Megumi Fushiguro loses consciousness after finally defeating a special grade curse that possessed a Sukuna finger! Whoever wins the fight between Itadori and the brothers will be the one to secure the prized finger!
Ken Quattro$34.99 $32.54
Stories of Black artists who drew -- mostly covertly behind the scenes -- superhero, horror, and romance comics in the early years of the industry. The life stories of each man's personal struggles and triumphs are represented as they broke through into a world formerly occupied only by whites. Using primary source material from World War II-era Black newspapers and magazines, this book profiles pioneers like E.C. Stoner, a descendant of a person enslaved by George Washington, who became a renowned fine artist of the Harlem Renaissance and the first Black artist to draw comic books; Owen Middleton, who was sentenced to life in Sing Sing; and Matt Baker, the most revered of the Black artists, whose art spotlights stunning women and men, and who drew the first groundbreaking Black comic book hero, Vooda! Includes examples of each artist's work, with full stories from mainstream comic books with rare titles like All-Negro Comics and Negro Heroes, plus unpublished artist's photos.
John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, et al.$24.99 $23.24
To John Lewis, the civil rights movement came to an end with the signing of the Voting Rights Act in 1965. But that was after more than five years as one of the preeminent figures of the movement, leading sit-in protests and fighting segregation on interstate busways as an original Freedom Rider. It was after becoming chairman of SNCC (the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee) and being the youngest speaker at the March on Washington. It was after helping organize the Mississippi Freedom Summer and the ensuing delegate challenge at the 1964 Democratic National Convention. And after coleading the march from Selma to Montgomery on what became known as "Bloody Sunday." All too often, the depiction of history ends with a great victory. But John Lewis knew that victories are just the beginning. In Run: Book One, John Lewis and longtime collaborator Andrew Aydin reteam with Nate Powell--the award-winning illustrator of the March trilogy--and are joined by L. Fury--making an astonishing graphic novel debut--to tell this often overlooked chapter of civil rights history.