|» Spring 2013 Anime Spotlight / Archives||» Upcoming Anime List|
|» Spring 2013 Preview Guide / Archives||» Upcoming DVD & Blu-Ray, Manga|
|» Features||» Hey Answerman!||» Shelf Life||» The Mike Toole Show|
|» Interviews||» Anime News Nina||» Astro Toy||» House Of 1000 Manga|
|» Reviews||» RIGHT TURN ONLY!!||» The X Button||» ANNCast and more...|
|» Anime (Top 10)||» People||» Search|
|» Manga (Top 10)||» Companies||» Compare|
|» Releases||» Lexicon||and more...|
The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya (GN 5)
Title: The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya
Volume: GN 5
Distributor: Yen Press
Release date: 2010-03-23
Suggested retail price: $10.99
Age rating: 16+
ISBN-10: 0316086053 0316086053
ISBN-13: 9780316086059 9780316086059
It's summer break, but not for the SOS Brigade! With only a month of vacation left, Haruhi has devised a plan to pack as much fun as possible into their final days of freedom. But is Kyon up for the "endless summer" Haruhi has in mind?
Story by Nagaru Tanigawa and Art by Gaku Tsugano.
(added on 2010-06-13, modified on 2010-06-13)
- Encyclopedia information about (The) Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya (manga)
We look at the classic Rose of Versailles, as well as two spin-
- A Certain Scientific Railgun s1 pt 1
- The Rose of Versailles pt 1
- Tenchi Muyo! War on Geminar pt 1
Opposites attract in this week's column about strange duos who oddly work out. 2013-05-18
Eri Maruyama, International Business Development for Daisuki.net, stops by to tell us about the new streaming site. But first, Justin and Zac talk summer movies and take your twitter questions! 2013-05-17
This week on Hey, Answerman! Brian defends Attack on Titan from its Attack on Broadcast Deadlines! Then: a special guest talks about Digimon on DVD, and we discuss the existence of media criticism in Japan! Fun times abound! 2013-05-17
If this film causes more permanent damage than most Pokémon outings, that's wholly the fault of its main character, Keldeo.
On the whole, The Battle for Doldrey is a mixed bag of strengths and weaknesses. While that may be true of most things, there are few places where those lines are so clearly drawn as in this film.
When the set ends, it's on a note of combined hope and sadness that drives us onto the next volume as surely as the mounting disasters of last volume drove us to this one.
Touted by many manga readers lately as the ‘most manly English-