art by Naoshi Komi
Ladies and gentlemen, you are witnessing history: this is the first cover ever in the American SJ print and digital history to feature only girls! And just in time for Women's History Month too! Not that we planned it—it just sort of happened that way. But it's still an amazing cover! Wonderful art and beautiful colors.
by Naoshi Komi
Happy New Years! Yes, we realize Nisekoi is operating on a different time schedule, but we assure you, we're still simultaneous with Japan. In any case, in this chapter, all of Raku's female suitors show up at his house wearing kimonos! And let's just say, things quickly escalate from there. These are some serious hijinks.
by Eiichiro Oda
The Straw Hats make landfall on Dressrosa! And holy moly, this is one of Oda's strangest places yet—an island of fragrant flowers, delicious gourmet cooking, ladies who perform passionate dances, and living toys. Yeah, living toys. Haha! I haven't been this excited to read a new story arc in a while. What an amazing setting!
by Masashi Kishimoto
The flashback to the First Hokage and Madara's childhood continues. We already know when they grow up they have a massive battle that has repercussions for generations, but I have to say seeing them as childhood friends and rivals is nice. Kishimoto Sensei knows how to pull the heartstrings!
by Akira Toriyama
One thing that never ages is Toriyama Sensei's combat art. He knows how to draw a fight. And trust me, if you've ever tried to draw a battle scene, you know it is not easy! Even though I've read this story numerous times, seeing it in color really does make it seem new. Personally, I hope they do the whole thing and we publish it.
This may well be the wackiest chapter of Cross Manage yet. It's certainly one of the funniest! This manga has been cracking me up lately. And it looks like there may be a new love rival for Toyoguchi! Maybe that'll light a fire under her buns and she'll figure out her feelings for Sakurai. We'll see!
by Daisuke Ashihara
Osamu continues to be amazed by Yuma's incredible strength. And some of the secrets behind his incredible power (and Osamu's lack of) are revealed!
story by One, art by Yusuke Murata
This is my favorite chapter of One-Punch Man yet! Super funny! In fact, this whole issue has been funnier than usual. Maybe all the mangaka are in a good mood because spring is coming. Saitama and his new sidekick the cyborg square off against evil genetically altered man-beasts—including a fearsome mole-man named Ground Dragon!
by Tite Kubo
Wow! Bleach flashback with several high-ranking Soul Reapers when they were young! Including Ichigo's dad! Also a funny chapter. I always thought Kubo Sensei's comedic manga skills are some of the best in the business.
by Mitsutoshi Shimabukuro
The fight between the beautiful Sunny and super-gross Tommyrod gets serious as Sunny reveals a never-before-seen super move! Will his hair-raising attack make Tommyrod bug out? Probably some more puns in there somewhere...
Number 88: Gimmick Puppet of Leo Yu-Gi-Oh! card offer deadline announcement (sign up by March 15 to get it!), Nisekoi girl character popularity poll results, and Hanami Fan Art Contest announcement, and Author Comments.
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by Urian Brown