Thursday, April 8, 2010

New Manga Spotlight

With some of our old favorite manga series wrapping up (we still love you, Chibi Vampire!), we've added some new manga to our collection. Check them out @ the library!

Rosario + Vampire by Akihisa Ikeda
Tsukune finally gets accepted into high school, and the cutest girl in school is totally in love with him. But at Monster High, it's not jocks vs. geeks - it's werewolves vs. vampires!

Clover Omnibus by CLAMP
Sue is a Clover, one of a race of gifted children with the power to magically manipulate technology. Locked away by the government in an effort to control her power, she has been kept away from the human race for most of her life - until now.

Phantom Dream and Tsubasa: Those With Wings by Natsuki Takaya
The author of Fruits Basket has two new manga! Phantom Dream is the story of a Tamaki, the last in an ancient line of summoners that battles the forces of evil. In Tsubasa, Kotobuki, ex-thief, tries to stay away from everyone who wants to use her skills to find the legendary Tsubasa, a powerful object that grants wishes.

Nightschool by Svetlana Chmakova
Homeschooled Alex's sister, Sarah, has a new job as Night Keeper at the Nightschool, a special school for werewolves, vampires, and weirns. A weirn herself, Alex has to figure out what's happening when her sister’s image starts disappearing from photos, and fast.

Ouran High School Host Club by Bisco Hatori
Haruhi is the only scholarship student at Ouran Academy, an exclusive prep school for the super-rich. When she breaks a priceless vase belonging to the Host Club, a club for the six most popular, gorgeous guys in her school, they decide that she’ll pay for the vase by working for them. There’s just one problem - they think Haruhi is a boy!

Black Bird by Kanoko Sakurakoji
When Misao’s childhood friend Kyo turns out to be a powerful demon with black wings, Misao discovers that she is part of a prophecy – her blood will give power to the demon clan that claims her. But does Kyo truly love Misao, or is he just using her?

(who is really looking forward to reading the Clover omnibus!)

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