One hot guy, one funny-looking guy, one hilarious couple! Yoshida is short, scrawny and generally unattractive. To make matters worse, all the girls in his class hate him because Sato, the hottest guy in school, always uses hanging out with him as an excuse to turn them down. Is Yoshida just a convenient excuse or is there something more? Could this odd couple even make things work?! Awkward Yoshida’s life got flipped upside down when the hottest guy in school started going out with him. Things should be easier for Yoshida now that his whole class knows about his relationship, but it's never that simple with Sato as a boyfriend. And now our favorite couple just had a big fight! How will they get over their latest hilarious issues?
Awkward Yoshida’s life got flipped upside down when the hottest guy in school started going out with him. Things should be easier for Yoshida now that his whole class knows about his relationship, but it's never that simple with Sato as a boyfriend. The crazy couple are once again caught up in a lover’s quarrel, but is it over something completely silly again or are things getting a bit more serious this time...? -- VIZ Media
Collecting Iron Man (1968) #82-94 and Annual #3-4. Tony Stark is one of the Marvel Universes most advanced minds and experienced inventors but those talents are about to be turned against him, shaking him to his core! Looking to exploit Stark Industries tech, the Red Ghost kidnaps Tony. In the melee, Happy Hogan dons the Iron Man armor, but suffers severe injuries leading to a dangerous procedure that will once again turn him into the monstrous Freak! Meanwhile, NYPD Detective Michael OBrien begins an investigation aiming to nail Tony for the death of OBriens brother, the Guardsman. Add to that the Blood Brothers, the Controller, the Melter, M.O.D.O.K. and a new incarnation of the Molecule Man Iron Man must defend himself from threats from all corners before he loses everything!
History, if we define it as the mere transcription of the written records of former generations, can go no farther back than the time such records were first made, no farther than the art of writing. But now that we have come to recognize the great earth itself as a story-book, as a keeper of records buried one beneath the other, confused and half obliterated, yet not wholly beyond our comprehension, now the historian may fairly be allowed to speak of a far earlier day. For unmeasured and immeasurable centuries man lived on earth a creature so little removed from "the beasts that die," so little superior to them, that he has left no clearer record than they of his presence here. From the dry bones of an extinct mammoth or a plesiosaur, Cuvier reconstructed the entire animal and described its habits and its home. So, too, looking on an ancient, strange, scarce human skull, dug from the deeper strata beneath our feet, anatomists tell us that the owner was a man indeed, but one little better than an ape. A few æons later this creature leaves among his bones chipped flints that narrow to a point; and the archæologist, taking up the tale, explains that man has become tool-using, he has become intelligent beyond all the other animals of earth. Physically he is but a mite amid the beast monsters that surround him, but by value of his brain he conquers them. He has begun his career of mastery.
A tennis prodigy leads his handsome tennis club to victory at the national tournament. Four-time consecutive U.S. Junior tournament champ Ryoma Echizen comes to Seishun Academy to further his reign as The Prince of Tennis. His skill is matched only by his attitude--irking some but impressing all as he leads his team to the Nationals and beyond! Practice games soar to a new level as the Seishun Academy intra-squad games get underway. Meanwhile, the semifinal match between Fudomine and Yamabuki at the City Tournament is put on ice when word reaches Kippei that his teammates were involved in a car accident. But the real fun begins when Seishun's Momo steps onto the court to play Yamabuki's Kiyosumi Sengoku. Momo sure wasn't prepared to face a player who uses a racket with an unusually low string tension...!
Death is their business, and business is good. Jonah is a child soldier, born amidst the chaotic conflicts that rage across West Asia, his family lost to a war fueled by weapons supplied by the so-called Merchants of Death--international arms dealers. Despite Jonah's hatred of weapons and violence, he employs both extremely well in the service of high-flying arms dealer Koko Hekmatyar and her band of mercenaries. Their journey through the dark underbelly of the world's arms markets may lead only to damnation, but will Jonah one day make his way back to the light? Only one thing is certain: it's going to be a long, hard road out of hell... Jormungand, Koko’s plan to force peace on the world by taking control of global logistics, is ready to launch. When it does, all human movement by land, sea and air will come under the control of HCLI’s satellite network and quantum computer system. But when Jonah learns that the first stage of Koko’s operation could cost the lives of nearly seven hundred thousand people, he finds himself at a deadly impasse with Koko and her team. Peace sells, but who’s buying? Reads R to L (Japanese Style) for mature audiences.