Neon Genesis Evangelion 3 In 1 Edition Vol 4

Author: Yoshiyuki Sadamoto
Editor: VIZ Media LLC
ISBN: 9781421553634
Size: 13,60 MB
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The classic series, now available in a deluxe omnibus edition! The manga adaptation of the landmark animated series that changed the mecha genre. Each volume contains three of the original graphic novels and includes pages of stunning, full-color art. Once Shinji didn’t care about anything; then he found people to fight for—only to learn that he couldn’t protect them, or keep those he let into his heart from going away. As mankind tilts on the brink of the apocalyptic Third Impact, human feelings are fault lines leading to destruction and just maybe, redemption and rebirth. Reads R to L (Japanese Style) for teen plus audiences.

Neon Genesis Evangelion 3 In 1 Edition

Author: Yoshiyuki Sadamoto
Editor: VIZ Media LLC
ISBN: 1421563304
Size: 11,41 MB
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Once Shinji didn’t care about anything; then he found people to fight for—only to learn that he couldn’t protect them or keep those he let into his heart from going away. As mankind tilts on the brink of the apocalyptic Third Impact, human feelings are fault lines leading to destruction and just maybe, redemption and rebirth. -- VIZ Media

Neon Genesis Evangelion 2 In 1 Edition

Author: Yoshiyuki Sadamoto
Editor: VIZ Media LLC
ISBN: 1421590859
Size: 13,92 MB
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The Instrumentality Project comes to its apocalyptic conclusion. With the earth now covered in a sea of LCL, every human consciousness in the world has become one—a combined entity waiting to be reborn. Deep within Lilith, Shinji comes face-to-face with everything he ever knew, loved and feared. The fate of the world is in his hands, and the choice he makes will doom or redeem humanity. Everything ends here. Everything begins here. This is the epic finale of Neon Genesis Evangelion! -- VIZ Media

Neon Genesis Evangelion Campus Apocalypse

Author: Osamu Takahashi
Editor: Dark Horse Comics
ISBN: 1621156303
Size: 13,39 MB
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Shinji Ikari remembers having met the charming, mysterious Kaworu during childhood. But that’s not all–Kaworu has more shocking truths to share about Shinji’s own father, Gendo! Shinji and Kaworu, along with their friends Asuka and Rei, must do battle to put an end to Gendo’s crazed rampage! Can four teenagers put a stop to the destruction of the Y’ggdrasil, the Life-Tree, the pillar sustaining our dimension and reality? The ultimate fight is on! * The saga concludes in this astonishing volume! * Neon Genesis Evangelion: Campus Apocalypse is a new, original adaptation of the original Neon Genesis Evangelion anime series. • Featuring exceptional artwork, color pages, notes from first-time creator Mingming, and your letters!

Ranma 1 2

Author: rumiko takahashi
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Eagle The Making Of An Asian American President Vol 4

Author: Kaiji Kawaguchi
Editor: VIZ Media LLC
ISBN: 9781569314616
Size: 17,99 MB
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In the first real test of the campaign, Yamaoka positions himself for success, making a dramatic case to the nation from the steps of the Capitol -- but his rival's pulpit is already in the White House!

Otaku And The Struggle For Imagination In Japan

Author: Patrick W. Galbraith
Editor: Duke University Press
ISBN: 147800701X
Size: 13,77 MB
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From computer games to figurines and maid cafes, men called “otaku” develop intense fan relationships with “cute girl” characters from manga, anime, and related media and material in contemporary Japan. While much of the Japanese public considers the forms of character love associated with “otaku” to be weird and perverse, the Japanese government has endeavored to incorporate “otaku” culture into its branding of “Cool Japan.” In Otaku and the Struggle for Imagination in Japan, Patrick W. Galbraith explores the conflicting meanings of “otaku” culture and its significance to Japanese popular culture, masculinity, and the nation. Tracing the history of “otaku” and “cute girl” characters from their origins in the 1970s to his recent fieldwork in Akihabara, Tokyo (“the Holy Land of Otaku”), Galbraith contends that the discourse surrounding “otaku” reveals tensions around contested notions of gender, sexuality, and ways of imagining the nation that extend far beyond Japan. At the same time, in their relationships with characters and one another, “otaku” are imagining and creating alternative social worlds.

Pulp

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Oh My Goddess

Author: Kosuke Fujishima
Editor: Dark Horse Comics
ISBN: 1595828923
Size: 18,66 MB
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After lonely college student Keiichi dials a wrong number, his wish of having a goddess as a companion is granted, and many adventures ensue involving him, his goddess girlfriend, her older sister, and other unworldly friends.