Tag Archive for Yen Press

Sugarholic, vol. 1-2

Jae-Gyu is a naïve twenty-year-old whose grandmother is no longer going to tolerate her laziness. When their home in the country is destroyed, her grandmother and mother find a new home in their small town with only room for the…

The History of the West Wing

During the Tang Dynasty in China (618-907), a jaded young wanderer, Chen Yuqing, seeks the quiet of a Buddhist retreat to try to forget about the wealthy young woman who threw him aside. Unfortunately it is almost time for a…

GA: Geijutsuka Art Design Class, vol. 1

Kisaragi has gotten accepted into G.A., the art and design department at her high school. There she makes a host of new friends: the hot-headed Tomokane, the quiet and serious “Professor,” the fun-loving Nodamiki, and Namiko, who tries to hold…

Zombie-Loan, vol. 1

Michiru sometimes sees lines no one else can see on the necks of people around her. These lines range from light grey to dark black and the darker they are, the closer that person is to death. But when she…

Shoulder-a-Coffin Kuro, vol. 1

Kuro is a wanderer, carrying only a coffin just her size strapped to her back and accompanied by a smart-mouthed bat named Sen. When Kuro and Sen find the lab of a dead professor, they end up rescuing two young…

Kieli, vol. 1

Kieli has always been able to see ghosts. This ability has made her less trusting of the hypocritical teachings of the church, the main power in her world. When she stumbles upon a young man named Harvey and learns that…

One Thousand and One Nights, vol. 1-3

The Arabian Nights – most of us know the stories of Ali Baba and Aladdin, but the much longer original collection of tales were lush cautionary tales from cultures all over the world. In this beautifully rendered series retelling the…

Chocolat, vol. 1

Kum-ji is a huge fan of the boy band DDL, but because she became a fan late in the game, their fan club is already filled and there is no room for her. But she has a plan: she’ll join…

Azumanga Daioh

Azumanga Daioh: The Manga came first. Then there was Azumanga Daioh: The Animation. Please note the helpful explanatory titles.This is not your typical manga and the anime is not your typical animation. Azumanga Daioh was published in short bursts. Think…

Yotsuba&!, vol. 1

If you’ve been wondering where to find a manga title that really is for all ages, then look no further. This hilarious and madcap series from Kyohiko Azuma, creator of Azumanga Daioh, is exactly what you want. Yotsuba&! (the title…