Manga to read.

Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-kun, Vol.1 (Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun #1)
by Izumi Tsubaki

To the eyes of classmate Chiyo Sakura, high school student Umetarou Nozaki–brawny of build and brusque of tongue–is a dreamboat! When Chiyo finally works up the courage to tell Nozaki how she feels about him, she knows rejection is on the table…but getting recruited as a mangaka’s assistant?! Never in a million years! As Chiyo quickly discovers, Nozaki-kun, the boy of Chiyo’s dreams, is a manga artist…a hugely popular shoujo manga artist, that is! But for someone who makes a living drawing sweet girly romances, Nozaki-kun is a little slow on the uptake when it comes to matters of the heart in reality. And so Chiyo’s daily life of manga making and heartache begins! Summary from Goodreads.

Bloody Cross, Vol. 1 (Bloody Cross #1)
by Shiwo Komeyama (Creator)

Half angel, half demon, Tsukimiya must drink pure demon blood to stave off the curse that will eventually claim her life. When she meets an angel named Hinata, he’s eager to team up with the half-blood to take down a vampire that has been attacking humans. Tsukimiya is surprised to find that Hinata is a capable partner, but when the vampire is slain, it is Hinata who claims its demon blood, leaving Tsukimiya to be taken by the curse. In a last-ditch effort to save herself, Tsukimiya tries to drink Hinata’s blood, now mixed with the vampire’s pure demon blood. But in taking the blood that will save her, Tsukimiya has also transmitted the curse that will kill her. Hinata and Tsukimiya now share the curse…and they’re running out of time. Summary from Goodreads.

School-Live!, Vol. 1
by Norimitsu Kaihou, Sadoru Chiba (Visual Art)

Meet the members of the School Living Club! There’s the shovel-loving (?) Kurumi Ebisuzawa, the big-sister figure Yuuri Wakasa, club advisor Megumi Sakura, and last but not least, the ever-optimistic Yuki Takeya. The School Living Club is just your average after-school organization where the girls hang out, have fun…and live at school as the sole survivors of a zombie apocalypse. Summary from Goodreads.


8 thoughts on “Manga to read.

  1. Haven’t read any of these yet, but I did watch the anime adaptation of “Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun”. I also heard about “Bloody Cross” before and it sounds very interesting. I’ll check it out one of these days and see if I’ll like it.

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  2. Bloody Cross strikes me as interesting, then again I love almost any story with vampires in it. Do you know how far the manga of Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun differs from the anime? Or does the anime follow it’s original manga very closely?

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