Naruto, Vol. 63by: Masashi Kishimoto
As the ninja war seemingly enters its final chapter, Naruto is determined to stop the mysterious man who started it all, Tobi! With Kakashi and Guy backing him up, Naruto appears to have the upper hand. But Tobi suddenly uses pieces of the Eight and Nine-Tailed beasts to bring the enormous Gedo statue to life to use as a devastating weapon.
- Naruto: The Official Fanbook : The Official Fanbook by: Masashi Kishimoto £8.71Add to basket
By Fans For Fans! Legions of loyal Naruto fans helped create this definitive volume of secret knowledge about the world of Naruto. Contributions are proudly displayed alongside official maps, character profiles, and previously hidden revelations about Masashi Kishimoto’s incredible saga. Think you know all you can possibly know about Naruto? Think again! Includes the original 44-page Naruto manga!
- Green Arrow Year One TP by: Andy Diggle £9.95Add to basket
Written by Andy Diggle Art and cover by Jock How did socialite Oliver Queen become the brave hero known as Green Arrow? Find out in this trade paperback volume collecting the 6-issue origin miniseries! The creative team behind the critically acclaimed Vertigo series THE LOSERS reunites to explore Ollie’s time on an island where he’s forced to fight for his life against dangerous drug dealers and find his true calling as one of the DCU’s bravest heroes. Advance-solicited; on sale April 8 * 160 pg, FC , $14.99 US
- Deadman Wonderland, Vol. 1 by: Jinsei Kataoka £6.21Add to basket
Framed for the brutal murders of his classmates by the mysterious Red Man, middle-school student Ganta Igarashii finds himself sentenced to death in the bizarre and fatal theme park/prison known as Deadman Wonderland. The inmates of this insane penitentiary fight for survival every day to provide entertainment for the masses. Ganta is determined to survive Deadman Wonderland and clear his name, but the price may be his soul…
- Berserk: v. 31 by: Kentaro Miura £9.53Add to basket
Escaping the port city of Vritannis is no easy task, for even the finest ship is useless if it can’t be reached, and a horde of Kushan monsters stalks the city’s docks. Led by a powerful necromancer who has mastered both the elements and the monsters of the deep, this hideous brigade may be too much for Guts the Black Swordsman and his companions to handle, even if Guts and Schierke are able to join forces and control the awful wrath of the Berserker armor. And will it even matter, if the Kushan emperor makes Guts an offer he can’t refuse?
- Berserk: v. 17 by: Kentaro Miura £9.66Add to basket
Warrior supreme Guts, the Black Swordsman, has seen better days — and more popular — in the kingdom of Midland, a land he once defended as captain of the Band of the Hawk. But the Hawks were betrayed and slaughtered, and now the hyolier-than-thou Holy Iron Chain Knights have captured Guts and plan to whip some repentance into him — literally. But Guts isn’t so easily held at bay, at when he manages to escape with the Holy Knights’ leader, Farnese, as his hostage, the demons that are drawn to Guts’ Brand of Sacrifice are all too willing to show her the teeming darkness in her own soul!