Just in time for the Graphic Novel Symposium, the library has added several new manga titles to the collection. All these manga are available currently in the Library Lounge under New Arrivals.
Manga is typically read backwards from what Western audiences are used to. Here are some helpful sites to start learning how to read manga. Most published books have the same information in the back.
How to read manga (image) and longer explanation on reading manga
Legend says if you find all the dragon balls a dragon will grant you any wish. Join Goku on his exploits to find the dragon balls and to be the best. Dragon Ball is one of the most well known titles in manga and inspired many current manga authors.
If you like superheros you should check out My Hero Academia. A world where everyone has a superpower called a “quirk.”
Click here to learn how to be a hero!
Science! One day everyone in the world was turned to stone. 3700 years later Senku emerges and starts to rebuild the world he remembered. Dr. Stone has realistic science (to a point) and no matter your love for science you will 10 billion percent enjoy Dr. Stone.
Start rebuilding the world here
Do you enjoy the Chinese Zodiac? Stumble into people who can turn into members of the Zodiac with Fruits Basket. Discover the mystery behind the Sohma clan and learn how Tohru changes everything.
Brilliant surgeon, Tenma, saves twins from a violent event. Soon after the twins disappear. Years later, a serial killer is on the loose and Tenma knows who it is. He searches to understand the reasoning behind the killings. Monster is a critically acclaimed manga.
Also known as Detective Conan, Case Closed is about a high school detective solving mysteries. Case Closed began publication in 1994 and is the 4th best-selling manga.