VIZ MEDIA March 2018 Solicitations

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Shonen Jump

 

One Piece (Omnibus Edition), Vol. 23
By Eiichiro Oda
Now that they’ve reached the New World, the Straw Hat pirates are up against things they’ve never seen before—dragons, deranged detached limbs and the deadly island geography of Punk Hazard! When Luffy and his friends witness the bizarre scientific antics of Dr. Vegapunk and his acolytes, the Devil-Fruit action’s really a gas!
For teen audiences.
$14.99

Bleach, Vol. 72
By Tite Kubo
With Kyoraku gravely injured, it'll be up to his adjutant Nanao to protect him. But can she master her newly revealed sword in time to make a difference? Meanwhile, Uryu's plans will become clear when he comes face-to-face with Ichigo!
For teen audiences.
$9.99

Astra Lost in Space, Vol. 2
By Kenta Shinohara
The situation aboard the Astra intensifies as Zack reveals to Kanata that the ship's communication system has recently been sabotaged and it's likely one among them is the culprit! The crew members are overtaken with confusion and anger and begin questioning each other's motives. Suddenly, the side of the Astra explodes! The controls and gravity system shut down, and the Astra is set on a collision course with the planet Shummor.
For teen audiences.
$9.99

Haikyu!!, Vol. 21
By Haruichi  Furudate
The fifth set of the Miyagi Prefecture qualifier round finals continues. With Tsukishima out of the game, Karasuno’s defense starts to fall apart. However, the team’s determined to keep it together. With both opponents physically and mentally exhausted, which one will prevail and move on to Nationals?
For teen audiences.
$9.99

Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V, Vol. 3
By Shin Yoshida
After his Duel with Sora Shiunin, Yuya wakes up back at his hideout, where his alter egos tell him about a mysterious power called the Adam Factor. Yuya’s quest for the secret of the Adam Factor and its connection to the Genesis Omega Dragon will take him into the lost memories of his past and will bring him face-to-face with his rival Reiji Akaba!
For teen audiences.
$9.99

One-Punch Man, Vol. 13
By ONE, Yusuke Murata
Class-A heroes struggle in their fight against the giant monster Multieyed Octopus. Wait, is that Class-S hero Flashy Flash joining the fight?! Unfazed, the Monster Association continues ramping up its attacks, but its goal remains a mystery. Meanwhile, the martial arts tournament reaches the semifinals!
For teen audiences.
$9.99

Kaguya-sama: Love Is War, Vol. 1
By Aka Akasaka
Kaguya Shinomiya and Miyuki Shirogane are two geniuses who stand atop their prestigious academy’s student council, making them the elite among elite. But it’s lonely at the top and each has fallen for the other. There’s just one huge problem standing in the way of lovey-dovey bliss—they’re both too prideful to be the first to confess their romantic feelings and thus become the “loser” in the competition of love! And so begins their daily schemes to force the other to confess first!
For teen audiences.
$9.99

Hunter x Hunter, Vol. 34
By Yoshihiro Togashi
All aboard the Black Whale, because the journey to the Dark Continent is beginning! And this will be anything but a pleasure cruise, because the King of Kakin has ordered his princes to fight to the death to succeed him—on the ship! But this won’t be an ordinary battle. They’ll be using hired guards with fantastic powers to fight! Including Kurapika and some of the Zodiac members!
For older teen audiences.
$9.99

Boruto: Naruto Next Generations, Vol. 3
By Mikio Ikemoto, Ukyo Kodachi, Masashi Kishimoto
Naruto and his allies have the upper hand on Momoshiki until he transforms into a more powerful form. Naruto and Sasuke will have to team up to stand any chance of toppling this ferocious foe, but is Boruto holding the key to victory?!
For teen audiences.
$9.99


Shojo Beat

Anonymous Noise, Vol. 7
By Ryoko Fukuyama
Nino takes the stage at the school festival, ready to deliver the message held fast in her heart. Both Yuzu and Momo have composed songs for her, but which piece of music will be the one to awaken her? Meanwhile, Kuro’s secret feelings seem to have reached a turning point as well... And is In No Hurry finally ready to take things to the next level professionally?
For teen audiences.
$9.99

The Demon Prince of Momochi House, Vol. 11
By Aya Shouoto
Himari Momochi inherits Momochi House, an estate which exists on the barrier between the human and spiritual realms. Himari hasn’t been feeling well since she started having dark, vivid dreams. Then, from the depths of the house, another nue appears who claims Aoi is an imposter.
For teen audiences.
$9.99

Queen's Quality, Vol. 3
By Kyousuke Motomi
Fumi finds out that she has both a White Queen and a Black Queen inside of her, and she must train her mind and body in order to become the true Queen. Kyutaro vows to protect Fumi, but will he be able to do anything when other gatekeepers go after her power?
For teen audiences.
$9.99

Bloody Mary, Vol. 10
By Akaza Samamiya
No one knew that the death and resurrection of “Mary” was actually an attempt to revive the weak and ailing Mary. When Mary learns this truth, he hears the voice of “Mary.” And now Maria must finally fulfill Mary’s death wish... But still a greater tragedy awaits...
For teen audiences.
$9.99

Skip?Beat!, Vol. 40
By Yoshiki Nakamura
Kyoko desperately wants to be cast in a new samurai drama so that she can work opposite her best friend in the entire world, Kanae “Moko” Kotonami. But there are plenty of hurdles between her and her dream role, including another actress who might be willing to do anything to take out the competition!
For teen audiences.
$9.99

The Young Master's Revenge, Vol. 1
By Meca Tanaka
When Leo was a young boy, he had his pride torn to shreds by Tenma, a girl from a wealthy background who was always getting him into trouble. Now, years after his father’s successful clothing business has made him the heir to a fortune, he searches out Tenma to enact a dastardly plan: he’ll get his revenge by making her fall in love with him!
For teen audiences.
$9.99


Viz Media

The Art of The Secret World of Arrietty (Hardcover)
By Hiromasa Yonebayashi
Co-founded by the legendary filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki, Studio Ghibli films have enthralled and enchanted audiences across the world. The Art of series gives fans the opportunity to follow their favorite film from initial concept to the silver screen, thanks to hundreds oPokemonORAS_GN06_Webf sketches, concept drawings, and animation cels, plus in-depth interviews with the creators.
For teen audiences.
$34.99

Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire, Vol. 6
By Hidenori Kusaka, Art by Satoshi Yamamoto
In the heart-stopping finale, Ruby and Sapphire need the help of Gym Leaders, the Frontier Brains, the Elite Four and even former enemies—including their archenemy Giovanni!—to save the world. But it turns out the meteor they’ve been tracking isn’t the only danger hurtling toward their planet! Zinnia holds the key to saving everyone, but she’s down for the count. Who will partner with Ruby and Rayquaza to save the day?!
For all ages.
$4.99

Splatoon, Vol. 2
By Hinodeya Sankichi
Team Blue has garnered attention after impressive showings against some of the most elite Inkling teams. But it’ll only get harder from here! With the S4 Inklings aiming to bring down Goggles and his friends, the team must continue to find ways to improve, even if it means asking for help from the unlikeliest of sources!
For all ages.
$9.99

Pokémon Seek and Find: Johto
A Seek and Find Adventure!
Meet Chikorita, Cyndaquil, Totodile, and the many other Pokemon that populate the magnificent region of Johto! Will you be able to find all the Poke?mon hiding in each scene?
Includes a detailed guide to the Pokémon of Johto!
For all ages.
$9.99

Pokémon Seek and Find: Hoenn
A Seek and Find Adventure!
Join Pikachu and friends as they journey through the region of Hoenn! Will you be able to find all the Poke?mon hiding in each scene?
Includes a detailed guide to the Poke?mon of Hoenn!
For all ages.
$9.99

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, Vol. 3
By Akira Himekawa
Link and Midna journey toward Death Mountain, seeking a power that can save Hyrule from the Shadow King. In the face of so many obstacles, Link must steel himself to overcome his own doubts and to find Ilia and the other villagers kidnapped by the forces of evil. But even if Link can defeat these challenges, he still has to find the shards of the Shadow Crystal. The quest continues in the Shadow Realm...
For teen audiences.
$9.99


Viz Signature

Sweet Blue Flowers, Vol. 3
By Takako Shimura
It’s time for the Fujigaya theater festival again, and this year Akira and her friends have chosen an ambitious Japanese play. Not only will it seriously challenge their acting abilities, but the number of characters in it means they’ll need all hands on deck to pull it off. But ever since Fumi admitted that she had feelings for Akira, their friendship has been a little awkward. Will the forced intimacy of collaborating on the play help them work things out, or make things worse?
For older teen audiences.
$24.99

Golden Kamuy, Vol. 4
By Satoru Noda
Tetsuzo Nihei, the legendary Bear Killer, is determined to become the hunter who kills Retar, the last remaining Ezo wolf. Asirpa will never allow this, and she and Immortal Sugimoto race to stop his bloodthirsty quest. Meanwhile, in the port city of Otaru, Hijikata, the relentless head of the reborn Shinsengumi, leads a band of death row inmates against Lt. Tsurumi and his 7th Division. In this clash of iron resolve, only the strongest will survive.
For mature audiences.
$12.99

Children of the Whales, Vol. 3
By Abi Umeda
The Mud Whale is in dire trouble. In four days, the imperial apátheia soldiers will return to destroy all its inhabitants. But the Committee of Elders would rather kill everyone on board than wait for the “mercy” of the empire, and the fighters of the island will do the elders’ bidding without a second thought. Now Chakuro and the other children are forced by circumstance to rebel against the adults in order to save their home and their lives.
For older teen audiences.
$12.99


Shonen Sunday

RIN-NE, Vol. 26
By Rumiko Takahashi
The haunted high jinks continue as spooky summer days turn to fall. Masato, everyone’s favorite demon, accidentally wins the favor of an angel and ends up with wings and a knack for good deeds—no matter how hard he tries to be bad! Can Rinne revert him to his normal self?
For older teen audiences.
$9.99


Haikasoru

Sisyphean
By Dempow Torishima, Translated by Daniel Huddleston
A strange journey into the far future of genetic engineering, and working life. After centuries of tinkering, many human bodies only have a casual similarity to what we now know, but both work and school continue apace. Will the enigmatic sad sack known only as “the worker” survive the day? Will the young student Hanishibe get his questions about the biological future of humanity answered, or will he have to transfer to the department of theology? Will Umari and her master ever comprehend the secrets of nanodust?
$16.99


Sublime

Blue Morning, Vol. 7
By Shoko Hidaka
Akihito reunites with Katsuragi, vowing to never let go of his hand. When Katsuragi uncharacteristically complains about their situation, albeit mildly, Akihito is more determined than ever to settle the wrongs of the past. Later, Katsuragi confronts Ishizaki. Enraged, Ishizaki chastises him for overstepping his bounds in the management of his plant, putting Katsuragi’s position as his head clerk at risk!
For mature audiences.
$12.99

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