Rob Hoffman and Sylvia Fanucci, lovers living in New York City, lead somewhat complicated lives as they deal with the perils of apartment hunting, accidental pregnancy, the talk of marriage, and dead-end jobs.
When Keitaro, in a desperate effort to go into seclusion and study for entry exams, volunteers to take over running his grandmother's hotel, his plans are ruined when he discovers that the hotel is actually an all-girls dormitory. The good news is, Naru can no longer pick on Keitaro for having flunked the college entrance exams 3 times in a row.
In his enduring struggle to be accepted into the hallowed halls of Tokyo University, Keitaro Urashima takes another stab at the grueling entrance exam. But living in a household of beautiful, young, nubile women can get a bit distracting, especially since Keitaro has fallen head over heels in love with one of them, the fair Naru. Of course, the thirteen-year old Shinobu has fallen in love with Keitaro, and...well, it's always a romp-filled farce for the residents at Hinata House.
Buffy is dead. Her friends are trying to get on with their lives. Between them, there is enough anger, frustration, loss, guilt, and tragedy to resurrect an ancient demon. Things aren't looking too good for Willow, Xander, and the gang. A lovelorn demon has been set free into our dimension, and its food is the grief of Buffy's nearest and dearest. If that's not bad enough, a horde of demonic reptilian sorcerers plan to resurrect their fallen comrade and paint the town blood red. Can Buffy's friends face the threat without a Slayer to defend them? Willow finds that she can learn a great deal from these reptilian mystics. And if there's going to be one resurrection, why can't there be TWO?
Having passed his exams, Keitaro is off to America to study abroad. Months go by, until a young girl arrives at Hinata house. Her name is Kanako, and not only is she a master of disguise, but also she claims to be Keitaro's younger sister and the new manager of Hinata to boot
This third collection of this modern noir classic contains an Eisner Award-winning storyline in which the enigmatic Agent Graves pulls a young man by the name of Loop Hughes into his web of intrigue and deception. Armed with one of Agent Graves' "special" briefcases, Loop tracks down his long-lost father and is soon drawn into his dad's world of mob enforcement. As Loop acts on his deepest inner desires and violence erupts, Agent Graves' ulterior motives are chillingly revealed along with more clues about the intricate conspiracy that he is orchestrating.
Keitaro Urashima made a promise to his childhood sweetheart that he would get into Tokyo University. Well, he's failed three times and the girl of his past has been replaced with six girls in his present. Keitaro has taken the entrance exam once again and having fallen asleep halfway through, he fears the worst.
Bizarro, the legendary, imperfect duplicate of Superman, returns in this all-new graphic novel. Bizarro must help Mr. Mxyptlk save his home dimension. The only problem is: Bizarro does not know how to act like a true super-hero.
Hideki is thrilled to have a persocom of his own, the enigmatic Chi. His friends tell him that Chi is a supercomputer. The more time Hideki spends with Chi, the more it feels like an actual relationship. But as Chi's feelings for Hideki intensify, she begins to unlock the secrets of her past, secrets that are better left forgotten.