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Review: Kaiju No. 8 Vol. 3

Kafka is a kaiju clean-up man with dreams of joining the defense force. Now that they’ve raised the age of admission, he has a second shot to do so. Unfortunately, he’s also become part kaiju.

Story: Naoya Matsumoto
Art: Naoya Matsumoto
Background Art: Osamu Koiwai
Finishing Work: Jiro Sakura
Weapon Design: Mantohihi Binta
Translation: David Evelyn
Touch-up Art and Lettering: Brandon Bovia
Design: Jimmy Presler
Editor: Karla Clark

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Review: Deadpool: Samurai Vol. 2

The merc with the mouth and his new team must take on Thanos and Loki!

Story: Sanshiro Kasama
Art: Hikaru Uesugi
Translation: Amanda Haley
Touch-up art & Lettering: Brandon Bovia
Design: Francesca Truman

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Bookshop


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Review: The Wolf Never Sleeps Vol. 1

Lecan steps into a portal and is sent to an unknown world.

Story: Shienbishop
Art: Gonbe Shinkawa
Character Design: Kiichi Taga
Translation: Jason Moses
Letterer: Brandon Bovia

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Review: Kaiju No. 8 Vol. 2

Kafka is a kaiju clean-up man with dreams of joining the defense force. Now that they’ve raised the age of admission, he has a second shot to do so. Unfortunately, he’s also become part kaiju.

Story: Naoya Matsumoto
Art: Naoya Matsumoto

Background Art: Osamu Koiwai
Finishing Work: Jiro Sakura
Weapon Design: Mantohihi Binta
Translation: David Evelyn
Touch-up Art and Lettering: Brandon Bovia
Design: Jimmy Presler
Editor: Karla Clark

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Kindle
Bookshop


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Review: Kaiju No. 8 Vol. 1

Kafka is a kaiju clean-up man with dreams of joining the defense force. Now that they’ve raised the age of admission, he has a second shot to do so. Unfortunately, he’s also become part kaiju.

Story: Naoya Matsumoto
Art: Naoya Matsumoto
Translation: David Evelyn
Touch-up Art and Lettering: Brandon Bovia
Design: Jimmy Presler
Editor: Karla Clark

Get your copy now! To find a comic shop near you, visit http://www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook or digitally and online with the links below.

Amazon
Kindle
comiXology
Bookshop


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Review: Reign of the Seven Spellblades Vol. 1

Welcome to Kimberly Magic Academy and some of its first-year students. An interesting debut that feels a bit like Harry Potter with a manga twist.

Story: Bokuto Uno
Art: Sakae Esuno
Character Design: Ruria Miyuki
Translation: Andrew Cunningham
Letterer: Brandon Bovia

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Kindle
Bookshop
comiXology


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Review: 86 [Eighty-Six] Vol. 1

The Republic of San Magnolia is at war with the Giadian Empire. They use the people of the “nonexistent” Eighty-Sixth Sector to fight their battles. The people of the sector are stripped of their humanity and pilot “unmanned” weapons into battle.

Story: Asato Asato
Art: Motoki Yoshihara
Character Design: Shirabii
Mechanical Design: I-IV
Translation: Ramon Lempert
Letterer: Brandon Bovia

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