art by Mitsutoshi Shimabukuro
Our craziest cover yet! You probably know this, but in Japan people make their bentos (lunch boxes) into all manner of creative and crazy things. Komatsu’s face is made entirely out of food!
by Mitsutoshi Shimabukuro
The battle of the Four Kings against the Four-Beasts takes a strange turn when it turns out the Four-Beasts are just puppets controlled by a giant main body! Using its puppets to corral all the humans on the planet into one place, the main body has them where it wants them! Can Toriko and the other Kings make it back in time to stop the bloody buffet?
by Masashi Kishimoto
The battle against Tobi (or, you know who) continues! I think most people have a pretty good idea of who he is, but everyone will know next week for sure. It’s amazing to think how far back Kishimoto Sensei has been planning this. Can’t wait until next week!
by Kouhei Horikoshi
More details about the shocking twist in last week's chapter are revealed! It’s actually a pretty believable explanation as to why Astro is the real prince. It’ll be interesting to see how the story wraps up in just two weeks!
by Jyuuzou Kawai
Yamato has recently discovered he has a super power—his right hand can punch things super hard! And ever since, he’s been fighting super-powered freak after freak! His latest opponent has gorged his body on blood and become a massive hulk seemingly impenetrable to Yamato’s punches! Can he find his weak spot and put this monster down for good?
by Tite Kubo
The old man throws down! As strange as this sounds, I’m a big fan of super-buff old tough dudes. And Yamamoto is one of the coolest! Plus, we get a rare flashback into his past. Good chapter!
Original Concept by Kazuki Takahashi
Story by Shin Yoshida, Art by Masashi Sato
Production Support: STUDIO DICE
This chapter of Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal is really plotty! Some pretty complex stuff, considering it’s targeted at kids. And that’s not a bad thing. I’m getting more and more intrigued by this whole numbers plotline, and am curious to see how it plays out.
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by Urian Brown