Monday Manga #37

3 Jan

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Claymore by Norihiro Yagi

Chapter 111: The Winged Reason

Anastasia's group is losing their battle to the Awakened victims of the infectious projectiles. Even her special technique is of no use to these beings. But the rebel Claymores fortunately comes to their rescue.

xxxHolic by CLAMP

Chapter 211

A mysterious crying woman appears in Watanuki's garden. She wishes to meet her partner again underneath her umbrella. Her wish is granted when Watanuki removes the charm that obscures her from others' sight.

Kekkaishi by Yellow Tanabe

Chapter 333: The Plan

The tree where the Lord of Hakuma lives is growing as a reaction to outside events. The Founder, however, is indifferent to this matter and is more concerned with his wife's betrayal. He soon finds out that this scheme was all his younger brother's doing.

Detective Conan by Gosho Aoyama

Chapter 755: Communications Code

Conan made advantage of the fact that there were three misplaced cellphones to divert the kidnapper's attention. They were able to disable the tall and thin half of the duo while the fat and short kidnapper was apprehended by Subaru. The kidnapped old man was actually the Professor and he didn't know that his pounding on the wall meant 252!

Chapter 756: A Grotesque Manner of Death

A new case begins innocently enough when Ran, Sonoko, and Conan enter a Horror House. They come upon Anna, one of the performers, who actually dies during a scene. Conan can smell chemicals used for suicide but it might actually be a murder.

Chapter 757: The Moving Corpse

The debate on whether or not Anna committed suicide is started by Conan when he points out real scratches on her face. Did she take the potassium cyanide pill on her own will or was it forced into her mouth? The answer lies under the bed.

Chapter 758: The Fabricated Feet

The solution to this mystery is the mechanism of the feet hitting the bed. The culprit bent Anna's legs to the side then slipped their own legs into the holes of the bed. This way the shaking of the feet was faster and more believable. The culprit killed Anna to avenge the disturbing way she treated their friend's suicide.

Chapter 759: The Boy Who Cries Wolf

Masao is a boy who lives in the same apartment building as Ayumi. He's a prankster and is hated by his closer neighbors. But this time there might really be wolves lurking in his home. Will the Detective Kids be able to help this boy even as Conan is lying in bed due to a bad cold?

Katekyoushi Hitman Reborn! by Akira Amano

Chapter 320: Hibari Comes Flying!

Adelheid is the Passion of Shimon. She is practically the leader of their group and second in strength and power to Enma. Hibari will battle against her for the pride of being disciplinarians.

Hajime no Ippo by George Morikawa

Chapter 920: The Challenger’s Mystery

 

Even the press is mystified by what Kojima said to Ippo. Mari-san seeks out the fighter Oda Yusuke, with whom Ippo had his debut match, and who was also from a heavier weight class. He also knew Kojima and holds him in high regard not only for his supposed niceness but also because of his efforts to rise up in the boxing world by only using his left hand.

Fairy Tail by Hiro Mashima

Chapter 216: The Essence of Magic

 

Hades is actually a former master of Fairy Tail. Seeing the Dark Essence of Magic made him change his beliefs and, thus, he formed Grimoire Heart. Makarov is overpowered and his last hope is reaching out to his successor - the excommunicated Laxxus.

Naruto by Masashi Kishimoto

Chapter 522: I’m Already Dead

Kabuto erased the personalities of Zabuza, Haku, and two very strong resurrected ninjas from the Hidden Sand and Hidden Stone. He manipulated their fatal techniques and killed many from the Shinobi Army. The situation gets worse when Kabuto releases the bodies of the last generation of the Seven Swordsmen of the Hidden Mist.

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One Response to “Monday Manga #37”

  1. johnny January 8, 2011 at 3:05 am #

    cool

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