• Cross Game, Vol. 4 (4)

    This poignant coming-of-age story will change your perception of what shonen manga can be. About the game of life…and baseball.Cross Game is a moving drama that is heartfelt and true, yet in the brilliant hands of manga artist Mitsuru Adachi, delightfully flows with a light and amusing touch. The series centers around a boy named Ko, the family of four sisters who live down the street and the game of baseball. This poignant coming-of-age story will change your perception of what shonen manga can be.With Ko in his second year of high school and Aoba in her first, the regionals for Summer Koshien are about to begin! The third round pits Seishu up against mighty Ryuou Gakuin—one of the teams favored to win the whole shebang. Do Ko and team have what it takes to even advance that far in the tourney? But first, Aoba’s cousin enters the picture, and he might shake things up on a different front.Two in one! Contains volumes 8 and 9 as released in Japan.

  • Cross Game, Vol. 8 (8)

    This poignant coming-of-age story will change your perception of what shonen manga can be. About the game of life…and baseball.Cross Game is a moving drama that is heartfelt and true, yet in the brilliant hands of manga artist Mitsuru Adachi, delightfully flows with a light and amusing touch. The series centers around a boy named Ko, the family of four sisters who live down the street and the game of baseball. This poignant coming-of-age story will change your perception of what shonen manga can be.The Seishu Gakuen baseball team is one win away from fulfilling Wakaba’s final dream of seeing Ko pitch in front of a packed crowd at Koshien. But they’ll have to beat powerhouse Ryuou Gakuin in the North Tokyo Tournament finals in order to get there. Meanwhile, Akane Takigawa’s health takes a turn for the worse, and she’s scheduled to have surgery…on the day of the big game.

  • Splatoon, Vol. 3(English version)

    All-new adventures featuring the beloved characters from the hit Nintendo video games!Four Inklings get caught up in the Splatoon Turf Wars!Ink still fresh from their victories against the S4, Team Blue’s Inklings find themselves in even more trouble! Goggles and Rider must stop an evil subterranean plot, and a new Inkling joins the team. New weapons, new foes, and new friends enter the splatfield as Team Blue prepares for its toughest challenge yet: the Square King Cup!  

  • New Game! Vol. 8

    The original manga about making it in the video game industry that inspired the hit anime! Developing a new project!

  • New Game! Vol. 6

    The original manga about making it in the video game industry that inspired the hit anime! Yamato and Mozuku became friends!

  • Cross Game, Vol. 7

    With his final summer in high school approaching, Ko and the rest of the team are right in the thick of the regionals to qualify for Koshien. They manage a win in their first game, but the next round pits them against Kurokoma, led by none other than Seishu’s infamous former coach, Daimon. Seishu is cautious because they know Daimon would really hate to lose to the “Portables” twice. And as the team battles its way toward Koshien, Akane Takigawa is dealt a blow to her health and is hospitalized.

  • New Game! Vol. 7

    The original manga about making it in the video game industry that inspired the hit anime! Relaxing at Mochizuki Farm!

  • New Game! Vol. 10

    The original manga about making it in the video game industry that inspired the hit anime! Open fire!

  • How to Draw Anime Characters: Step by Step Guide to Draw Your Own Original Characters From Simple Templates | Includes…

    Take your passion and love for anime into a whole new universe of wonder and creative expression. Are you absolutely in love with anime and want to learn more about how to create such wonderful characters? Maybe you’re an aspiring artist who wants to express their creativity in some new and powerful ways. Or do you already draw quite a bit, and you’re simply looking for a few new skills and techniques to add to your toolkit? As diverse as the world of anime is, there’s still room for more. The potential for character development — and even whole new stories — is something truly infinite. The best part? Drawing anime characters is so much more than just scribbling a few lines on some paper. You’re entering an entirely new world of possibility — and empowering yourself to become its creator. Whether you’re a new artist or a seasoned veteran, bringing life to your drawings is a multidimensional pursuit. At first, it might seem a bit daunting and like there’s too much going on… but it doesn’t have to be this way. Starting with the basics is crucial, and from a solid foundation of new techniques combined with the proper tools and utensils, you’ll soon find yourself capable of drawing anything your heart desires. In How to Draw Anime Characters, you’ll discover: The most important things to be aware of when setting up your office of creativity — empowering you to tap into that flow whenever you like The vast difference between pen and ink choices (and how you can choose the perfect fit for you and your unique style) 5+ of the most powerful drawing exercises you can use every day to launch your art into a whole new space of glamor and awe How to choose the right colors and shading techniques so that your anime stands out from the rest and fully embodies your vision A deep artistic look at muscle definition, facial contour, and other fine details of your anime art to really bring your characters to life Step-by-step guides with simple templates for each of the 6 major archetypes of anime, showing you how to start designing your own characters today A bonus look into the finer nuances of caricature — and how to give even your fantasy figures a very realistic look … and much more. Getting started with a new hobby like drawing anime characters is a beautiful thing. It’ll keep your mind busy, your brain active, and your creative expression flowing endlessly. The techniques are simple and can be expanded upon tenfold. This isn’t an elite method of artistic expression reserved only for a special few. No, anime drawing is something anyone can become very good at, no matter what level of experience you currently have. If you’re ready to set that wild free imagination of yours free, then scroll up and click the “Add to Cart” button right now.

  • New Game! Vol. 11

    The original manga about making it in the video game industry that inspired the hit anime! What is Shizuku thinking….?

  • Young Ladies Don’t Play Fighting Games Vol. 1

    This over-the-top comedy about delicate young ladies indulging in hardcore gaming is soon to be an anime!Kuromi Girls’ Academy is a refined, elegant school that expects the very best in deportment from its young ladies. Aya got into this peerless rich-girls’ institution on a scholarship, and hopes to grow as lovely as her fellow student and idol Shirayui. But Shirayui hides a terrible secret: she’s a trash-talking, combo-chaining, newbie-stomping, ruthless hardcore gamer! Could a mutual indulgence in no-holds-barred video game combat grow into a deeper rapport between these two girls? 

  • The NPCs in this Village Sim Game Must Be Real! (Manga) Vol. 1

    Invited to play a secretive, strangely realistic video game, one man develops a deep connection with its characters, who seem almost human. (And don’t miss the original light novels, also from Seven Seas!)Yoshio is 30 years old, with no job and a shut-in lifestyle. His mundane days and nights are suddenly interrupted when he receives a copy of “The Village of Fate,” an experimental game with graphics like nothing he’s ever seen before. In the game, he takes on the role of a guardian deity who watches over the people of a new village…but he finds that the game characters are so intelligent, reactive, and human that he starts wondering if they could be real people somehow. Through his connection to their strangely vivid lives, Yoshio begins to discover the brightness that had been missing from his own existence.

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