While Volume Six has a strong emphasis on back story, it's still a rather compelling read.
Focuses on what happens during the second test of the Chunin Exam.
In this volume of One Piece, Luffy and the gang finish at Arlong Park and move on to Roguetown.
This volume has a strong emphasis on Maria, Shin and Anna.
This volume begins a new story arc in the Hoenn region, and new characters Ruby and Sapphire are introduced.
Kyoko finds herself becoming the first member of the "Love Me Section," a new program started by the talent agency.
In this volume, Shogo is challenged by new character Tsuyoshi Niida to a five versus five competition.
Conan helps solve two murder mysteries and discovers there's more to a missing person case than there seems.
Features a 12-year-old tennis prodigy named Ryoma Echizen.
This volume provides some character development for Chad in the midst of Ichigo and Uryu competing against each another.
Nanami must find a way to get herself and Kirihito out of the land of the dead.
In this volume, Syaoran and the others learn there's more to the country of Oto than they realized.
In this volume, backstory is provided for Ando as he struggles with his feelings for Ninako.
Features a small ninja, a Plum Tree Spirit, and a young woman who claims to be an exorcist.
Sailor Moon and the other Sailor Scouts continue their battle against the Dead Moon Circus.
Mixed Vegetables is a shojo love story featuring characters from a sushi restaurant family and a pastry shop family.
In this volume, Luffy, Sanji, Zolo, and Usopp battle with Saw-Tooth Arlong and his gang at Arlong Park.
The teams of Genin ninja try to complete the second test of the Chunin Exam in the Forest of Death.
Maria has an unexpected reunion with an old friend from St. Katria, her former school.
Includes a spirit, a ninja, schemes, as well as love.