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A large section of the moon has disappeared and Earth is next. Unless a class of Japanese middle schoolers who everyone looks down on can stop it.
I've been waiting for October to review this one. It goes from comfortable to cold quickly, and nothing is as safe or dangerous as it seems. Durarara!! by Ryohgo Narita Read more about Durarara!! Vol 1 or How to Meet a Headless, Possibly Demonic, Motorcycle Rider
I want you to imagine your town. People go shopping, go to school, go to work. You have a mayor and a police force that look after your town. Your mayor is a superheroine, Read more about Yozakura Quartet by Suzuhito Yasuda
Imagine the greatest swordman of all time is dead, trapped in the body of a boy, and hunting down escaped monsters from the underworld for the King of Hell. By the way Read more about King of Hell, Volumes 1-3 by Ra In-Soo
I want you to picture your favorite cafe. The coffee, the pasties, the quiet atmosphere, the five crazy yet attractive waiters whose constant fighting is both entertaining and maddeni Read more about Cafe Kichijouji Vol. 1 by Koyko Negishi