Manga Update! *August 2017 Edition*

The Manga Mecca

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I’m pleased to announce I’ve found a new library with a fresh, breathtaking manga selection in this manga update! The library had manga series I haven’t seen in years (Zatch Bell, Dragonball), based on my friends’ anime recommendations (Soul Eater, Puella Magi Madoka Magica), and a couple I stopped reading after I was distracted by other manga (Black Butler, Negima!).

Below are the new manga series I’ve picked up and read (so far) from my newly-discovered “Manga Mecca”.

 New Manga

  1. Blood Lad by Yuuki Kodama
  2. High School of the Dead by Daisuke Sato

And one teeny update from a series I’ve already started:

Updated Manga

  1. Kimi ni Todoke by Karuho Shiina

Conclusion

I highly recommend Blood Lad. Great action scenes and humor fill this supernatural adventure.  Vampire Staz loves everything connected with human culture. He loves to play video games, read manga, and collect fandom memorabilia.

A girl from the human world accidentally steps through a magical portal and ends up in Staz’s demon world. Unfortunately, the girl dies in his world before he can ask her a million questions about her world. Now, the girl’s a ghost and Staz must seek the spell to transform her back to a living human before she disappears forever.

High School of the Dead is The Walking Dead with Japanese high school students fighting their way of their zombie-infested city. Fair warning: there are plenty of panty shots and other obvious fanservice (random shots to please readers) scenes. Overall, this manga series is a captivating “fight for your life” story.

Interested in the latest manga I’ve read so far? Check out the full list with the latest titles highlighted in bold. Make sure to look out of next month’s manga update too!

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You’ve read the manga listed above? Any recommendations you would like to share? Please comment below!

 

 

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4 thoughts on “Manga Update! *August 2017 Edition*

  1. Blood Lad and the High School of the Dead were kind of starters for me when I really started getting into anime. Never read their manga’s (mangi?) though. Do you read or have you heard of The Promised Neverland?

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