Demonizer Zilch, Vol. 1
by Milan Matra
Haunted by the untimely deaths of his mother, little sister, and a childhood friend, listless high schooler Haruomi Io has trouble engaging with anything or anyone. Of course, that doesn’t mean others have trouble engaging with him-a fact he discovers to his dismay when he finds himself the target of a trigger-happy group calling themselves the “Seventh Gospel Organization.” Having newfound enemies may be rough, but Haruomi’s unexpected ally in the form of a demoness calling herself Zilch may turn out to be even more of a handful…Still, there’s something to be said for a dose of the supernatural (and more than a few buxom girls) when it comes to casting off the doldrums. Summary from Goodreads.
Handa-kun, Vol. 1 (Handa-kun #1)
by Satsuki Yoshino
Before his exile to an island and his exploits with Naru and friends in the pages of Barakamon, Sei Handa was a neurotic teen and aspiring calligrapher, who was convinced that his classmates despised him! His enigmatic nature, though, makes him a magnet to everyone around him, and every day is a comedy of errors. Prepare yourself for one of the funniest manga in years as it follows the misadventures of Handa-kun! Summary from Goodreads.