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New Graphic Novels for Every Age

High School Debut 3-in-1 1

Viz Media has been working to be able to provide titles for every age and interest. Lately, they’ve debuts titles for kids, tweens, teens and older teens that would look good on any graphic novel collection shelf. For the kids, check out Uglydoll: EAT DAT!, out from Viz’s imprint Perfect Square. It features 18 food-inspired […]

Pokemon Catches eReaders


Viz Media, through their kids imprint Perfect Square, has announced that their Pokemon titles will now be available on multiple eReaders and in eBook stores. Starting on December 17, 2013, four Pokemon titles, Pokemon Adventures, Pokemon Diamond and Pearl Adventure!, Pokemon Adventures: Diamond and Pearl/Platinum, and Pokemon Black and White are available in iBooks and […]

Review: Dragon Ball 3-in-1 Volume 1

Dragon Ball 3-in-1 1

Son Goku lives alone in the wilds, away from civilization, when he literally runs into Bulma, a girl on her summer vacation, searching for the 7 legendary Dragon Balls. If the balls are found and brought together, the dragon Shenlong will appear and grant one wish. Goku has one of the balls, but he’s not […]

Review: Naruto Volume 56-59

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As the Fourth Great Ninja War continues, Naruto remains hidden as he trains to control Nine Tails chakra with Killer Bee. The past comes back to haunt the present as Kabuto uses his forbidden jutsu to summon warriors from the dead as part of his Immortal Corps to attack the allied forces, while Madara’s zetsu […]

Review: Voltron Force Volume 1-2

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Voltron is a giant robot composed of five smaller lion robots that join together to create the most powerful force for good in the universe. Piloted by five brave warriors known as the Voltron Force, they are constantly battling the evil schemes of King Lotor, the Drule King, and his scientist henchman Maahox. Into this […]

Review: Sticky Dot Comics


Sticky Dot Comics Free Compatible with iPad. Requires iOS 5.0 or later. Recommended for ages 8 and up. At the end of February, Viz announced that it was launching a free all-ages app aimed at kids and families. The promise was to create an app where parents would feel comfortable allowing their children download and […]

Review: Mameshiba Love Winter

Mameshiba love winter

Mameshiba translates literally to “Bean Dog,” bean-shaped creatures with dog faces and ears. They started out as a series of TV trivia shorts in Japan and became so popular they got their own merchandising line. Viz Media picked up these popular and cute pups and have created an original series of books for young readers. […]

Review: Hikaru no Go, volumes 1-23

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You wouldn’t think a story about an ancient Japanese game that consists of placing stones on a board would be very exciting. But in the case of Hikaru no Go, you would be very wrong. The writer-artist team of Yumi Hotta and Takeshi Obata created a series of well developed characters and games filled with […]

Review: Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal Volume 1

Yu-Gi-Oh Zexel 1

The Yu-Gi-Oh! saga continues with another jump into the far future. Duel Monsters are still all the rage, but now they take place in “augmented realities,” or virtual reality, which is activated using a device called a D-Gazer. A new potential “king of games” is also introduced, Yuma Tsukumo. He has a ways to go, […]

Review: Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s Volume 1

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The Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise takes another leap ahead in time to the undefined year 20XX, where Duel Monsters is played on vehicles called Duel Runners, in what are called Turbo Duels. With riding now just as important as the deck, a new hero is needed to step to become the King of Games, and that hero […]