SEAN: There’s several things I’m interested in. I already reviewed Golosseum, and the Devilman hardcover is a must-have. That said, both are a bit too violent for me to pick, so I will go with The Sacrificial Princess and the King of Beasts from Yen Press, as I will come running for a Hana to Yume series. It may also be violent, but I highly doubt it’s as violent as those two.
MICHELLE: I’m intrigued by Devilman, I love Ace of the Diamond, and I’m sure I’ll love Delicious in Dungeon. That said, I’m also picking The Sacrificial Princess and the King of Beasts this week. Shoujo fantasy romance just seems so appealing at this moment.
ANNA: I know I’m predictable in my love for shoujo, so I’m sure it will be no surprise that The Sacrificial Princess and the King of Beasts is my pick as well.
KATE: And I’m equally predictable in my love of Historically Important Manga, so it’s no surprise that my vote goes to Baron Yoshimoto’s The Troublemakers. Manly manga for the win!
ASH: Like Kate, my pick this week goes to The Troublemakers, though I’m certainly interested in The Sacrificial Princess and the King of Beasts and am looking forward to another helping of Delicious in Dungeon, too. And of course there’s the debut of the original Devilman to consider as well!