Following a devastating earthquake and a government order that Gotham City be declared a no man's land, a new social structure has emerged in the ravaged city -- one fraught with violence and desperation. Two-Face, the Penguin, Killer Croc and other villains battle for territory and the control of a quickly diminishing supply of food. But a few brave souls still stand for justice in Gotham, including Batman, Robin, Oracle, Nightwing and a mysterious new Batgirl.
At the age of 5, Keitaro and his childhood sweetheart promised to meet again as students at Japans most prestigious University. Now 20, he can't pass the exam...or even remember the girls name A fluke job at an all girls dormitory may be his last chance. In the series that inspired the new hit anime with American Pie-style humor, Love Hina proves that love conquers all, even stupidity.
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.
Batman and his allies continue the battle to regain Gotham from it's warring gangs. But now an even more insidious danger looms, and the harbinger of this shadowy threat is the one man to have broken the Bat-Bane.
MANGA ACTION ADVENTURE WITH THE IMMORTAL SAMURAI MANJI, WHO WILL NOT HAVE HIS CURSE OF ETERNAL LIFE LIFTED UNTIL HE HAS KILLED 1000 EVIL MEN. WORKING AS A BODYGUARD FOR THE YOUNG GIRL RIN, MANJI MUST FIGHT THE RENEGADE ITTO-RYU SWORD SCHOOL TO AVENGE THE DEATH OF RIN'S FATHER. BLADE OF THE IMMORTAL HAS WON JAPAN'S 1998 MEDIA ARTS AWARD AND THE USA'S WILL EISNER AWARD.
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.
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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?
Keitaro has had great difficulty getting into the university of his choice, and no luck meeting women. In a desperate effort to go into seclusion and study for entry exams, he 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.