The Push Man and Other Stories

The Push Man collects sixteen short stories by the acclaimed Japanese manga artist Yoshihiro Tatsumi. Tatsumi is particularly renowned and recognized for his art style, which is “restrained, minimal, and stylized,” according to Adrian Tomine. No one has the big…

The Walking Man

Jiro Taniguchi’s The Walking Man is about a Japanese businessman who goes on walks around the city he lives in. That’s it for the plot of this book–it exists on that very simple premise. The book is divided into a…

Monokuro Kinderbook

Kinderbook collects a series of vignettes by Kan Takahama. A retiring gallery curator realizes that she’s in love with one of her artists. A young girl who’s unpopular at school finds someone to think that she’s special. A man makes…

JLA: A League of One

In December of 1348, the last dragon of the Western world was finally defeated, driven back into her cavernous lair, and forgotten for almost 700 years–until a group of goblins in modern-day Switzerland stumbles onto her, waking the ferocious beast…

Yubisaki Milk Tea, vol. 1

Fashion-lovers know that the magic of clothes and makeup is their ability to turn us into someone else for a while. 15-year-old Yoshinori (Nori for short), discovers this unexpectedly when he agrees to fill in for his beautiful older sister…

Wolverine: Enemy of the State, vol. 1

When an acquaintance from the past calls for help in locating his kidnapped son, Wolverine gets caught up in more than he bargained for. Captured, killed, resurrected, and brainwashed by the ninja clan the Hand, the original superweapon begins slashing…

110 Percent

110 Percent explores what happens when an obsession gets out of control. The book follows three women–Cathy, Sasha, and Gertrude–who all love the boyband 100 Percent. They’re all friends and members of the 110 Percent fanclub, and they do ridiculous…