REVIEW: This Week's Issue!

 

Cover
art by Mitsutoshi Shimabukuro
Wowsers! Look a the expression on Komatsu's face! I've never seen him look so angry in the manga. And with the knife, he kinda looks maniacal. Usually Toriko has the super angry face, but it looks like they've switched places.  

Toriko
by Mitsutoshi Shimabukuro

That was one heckuva battle! Characters dying, the world in shambles, Komatsu being kidnapped—a lot has happened. And now that the dust is settling, we get to see how the battle has affected everyone. There's something wonderful about the lull after major battles or story arcs. It's kind of like letting out a big breath you've been holding in for a long time. But with things the way they are headed in this manga, I'm sure I'll be holding my breath again soon!

One Piece
by Eiichiro Oda
The fight between Trafalgar and Doflamingo continues! And Traffy appears to be on the losing side of the battle. Meanwhile, Franky makes an impassioned plea to help the Tontattas with their goal of overthrowing Doflamingo! Will Luffy, or Lucy, listen?

Bleach
by Tite Kubo
Beautiful chapter of Bleach, poetic even. Komamura finds out the full price of the bargain he made with the elder of his clan. The price he pays may suprise you. 

Nisekoi
by Naoshi Komi
Chitoge's in a pickle! Inspired by a shojo manga, her feelings for Raku come bubbling to the surface, and she can't hold them in any longer! But she also can't seem to let them out. Will she find a way to relieve the pressure or will she explode? 

World Trigger
by Daisuke Ashihara

Yuma's playing with the big boys, now! Although technically he's a noob, he's challenged A-ranked Midorikawa to teach him a lesson for picking on Osamu. Although Osamu's extraordinarily powerful, he still lacks battle experience in the Rank Wars. Will he be able to teach this guy a lesson?

Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal
Original Concept by Kazuki Takahashi
Story by Shin Yoshida, Art by Naohito Miyoshi
Production Support: STUDIO DICE

Yagumo puts the screws on Kaito to make him join his side in the Number Wars! Not only does he have to duel his own brother, his little bro is using a special card that's messing with his memory! Meanwhile, Tetsuo's all healed up and it looks like the Numbers Club is back in action! Their first mission—back to Heartland to check out suspicious activities! But wasn't that how Tetsuo got injured in the first place? 

Dragon Ball
by Akira Toriyama

Giant ape Vegeta's putting the squeeze on Goku—literally! Gohan and Kuririn arrive on the scene and hatch a plan to cut off Vegeta's tail and rob him of his power. Will it work? 

Extras: Toriko Thanksgiving Spread, Yu-Gi-Oh! Feature: Yugi Reloaded & Kaiba Reloaded Starter Decks, Saint Seiya: Brave Soldiers feature, Author Comments. 

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by Urian Brown

Comments

Submitted by Placido on Mon, 11/25/2013 - 11:59

What happened to one punch man this issue?

Submitted by AmaranthSparrow on Mon, 11/25/2013 - 19:52

They finally caught up to the Japanese edition, which is only published about once a month.

Submitted by yafada on Mon, 11/25/2013 - 20:30

He's probably referring to how the author already published chapter 38.

http://tonarinoyj.jp/manga/onepanman/

It's all in Japanese, but chapter 38 came out on November 21, and chapter 39 has an expected release of December 5.

Submitted by aidanp98 on Mon, 11/25/2013 - 22:14

The Japanese version has 38 chapters... This version only has 29 chapters. And that come out on Oct 14!
How can you say they have caught up?

Submitted by aidanp98 on Mon, 11/25/2013 - 22:25

I just realized that Ch. 37 is the SJ version's ch.29... Even so, they are still are still behind 1 chapter then...