Spirit battles, cultural-spanning reincarnations, and mysterious curses abound in this highly-anticipated manga by Satoshi Mizukami.

Fuuta Okeya can see dead people. Besides that―and the bandage he always keeps on his cheek―he’s a perfectly normal 14-year-old boy who thinks the new transfer student is pretty cute. But to his dismay, Kouko Ishigami wants little to do with him. Strangely enough, it’s the ghost that follows her around that seems glad to see Fuuta. Just when Fuuta thinks he’s won Kouko over, she catches a glimpse of the birthmark beneath the bandages on his cheek, and has a change of heart. Not only does she denounce him as her enemy, but she claims that the birthmark is a curse she engraved upon his face during one of the many past lives they shared together. Just what does Kouko have against him―and who is her enigmatic, ghostly shadow?

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God Prison: Chapter 1

Enter a fantastic world inspired by Thailand! Innocence and courage unite as Princess Ubon and Prince Somsak must battle an ancient evil emerging from the murk of memory!

Gunslinger Girl Next Chapter

Spring in the tropics, a first taste of summer’s wet carrying with it guarantee of rain and moist dampness to come, transforming winter’s dry warmth into a moist sauna; one just to be broken by roaring tempests. For the time being, be that as it may, those presently couldn’t seem to eventuate, and evening rather offered an appreciated rest for the occupants of Panama City.

Dragon Quest: The Adventure of Dai Vol. 1 English Version

“A long time ago–there was a valiant swordsman who came to be known simply as ‘the hero’. The people had been suffering at the hands of an evil demon. upon arriving, the hero challenged the demon to a battle…the hero and his companions combined their powers and brought the battle to a swift conclusion. The demon had been defeated! Thanks to them, the despicable monsters who were once controlled by the demon were freed from the demon’s evil volitions. With no one around to cause trouble, the island became a quiet place where everyone could live together in peace.”