New YA Graphic Novels and Manga

My hero academia. Vol. 11.

Sun, 02/04/2018 - 12:13
by Horikoshi, Kōhei, 1986-
Publisher Viz Media, 2018.
Call Number GN YA F HOR
Summary Bakugo's abduction by the League of Villains was a carefully calculated move designed to draw out the Heroes All Might in particular and destroy them. Midoriya and his friends set out on a rescue mission that eventually pulls in not only All Might but also several other heroes! The casualties mount, until at last the mastermind of the plot appears the only villain powerful enough to go head-to-head with All Might and possibly win All For One!

The amazing Spider-Man. Vol. 7, Worldwide

Sun, 02/04/2018 - 12:13
by Slott, Dan,
Publisher Marvel Worldwide, Inc., a subsidiary of Marvel Entertainment, LLC, [2018] ©2018
1 volume (unpaged) : chiefly color illustrations ; 26 cm
Call Number GN YA F SPI
Summary "What will Secret Empire mean for the Amazing Spider-Man? The return of Otto Octavius! But this isn't the old Doc Ock - he's back as the Superior Octopus! He's allied himself with Steve Rogers and Hydra, and he has a personal mission - to take down the company that he helped create: Parker Industries! Spider-Man is already overwhelmed from the chaos of Secret Empire - but now, facing one of his greatest enemies who's back from the grave, more powerful than ever before and following orders from Captain America himself, does Spider-Man stand a chance? Peter must use the full force of his company, every asset at his disposal, to stop Ock and Hydra - but will it be enough?" --

Fairy tail. 58

Thu, 02/01/2018 - 23:58
by Mashima, Hiro, 1977-
Publisher Kodansha Comics, an imprint of Kodansha USA Publishing LLC, [2017]
197 pages : chiefly illustrations ; 19 cm
Call Number GN YA F MAS


Thu, 02/01/2018 - 05:57
by Walden, Tillie, 1996-
Publisher First Second, 2017.
First edition.
395 p. : illustrations (some color) ; 22 cm
Call Number GN YA F WAL
Summary Ignatz Award winner Tillie Walden's powerful graphic memoir captures what it's like to come of age, come out, and come to terms with leaving behind everything you used to know. It was the same every morning. Wake up, grab the ice skates, and head to the rink while the world was still dark. Weekends were spent in glitter and tights at competitions. Perform. Smile. And do it again. She was good. She won. And she hated it. For ten years, figure skating was Tillie Walden's life. She woke before dawn for morning lessons, went straight to group practice after school, and spent weekends competing at ice rinks across the state. Skating was a central piece of her identity, her safe haven from the stress of school, bullies, and family. But as she switched schools, got into art, and fell in love with her first girlfriend, she began to question how the close-minded world of figure skating fit in with the rest of her life, and whether all the work was worth it given the reality: that she, and her friends on the team, were nowhere close to Olympic hopefuls. The more Tillie thought about it, the more Tillie realized she'd outgrown her passion--and she finally needed to find her own voice.