This week’s pull list is a little bit shorter than the last time. Here you have some great comics and manga to read during this week.
We start with The Tea Dragon Society [The Book Depository]. The artwork is sweet and compelling. It’s suitable for all ages since we’re in front of an adorable story. It follows the story of Greta, a blacksmith apprentice. She meets lots of interesting people and gets entangled in the enchanting world of tea dragons.
After meeting a lost tea dragon, she discovers the dying art of tea dragon care-taking from the shop owners, Hesekiel and Erik. They become friends, and she can learn more about the craft while enriching her life.
The next in the list is Jem and the Holograms: Infinite [The Book Depository]. This is the first-ever Jem/Misfits crossover. Jem and The Holograms are famous and happy. But, they’re about to find adventure around the corner. After a public fight with The Misfits at a charity event, a mysterious character takes them to a new world. The rules are about to change for all of them. They must team-up to save this new world. JEMCORP, a corrupt corporation that controls all Hologram Technology wants it all! Will they be able to set up differences apart and save the world?
In Critical Role 1: Vox Machina Origins we find roguish twins investigating a curse that affects impoverish citizens on Stilben, a port city. They’re Vax’ildan and Vex’ahlia. These siblings are going to see that things are not what they look like. They have to fight assassins, and even shark-riding fish men! And then, they meet a half-elven druid who has her theory about the peculiar curse.
And finally, The Heroic Legend of Arslan [The Book Depository]. Ecbatana is the royal capital, and it’s ruled by the fearsome King Andragoras. His son, Arslan, is very soft. When he turns 14, he is sent to his first battle and loses everything. He then realizes that he has lost everything, including the image of the glorious kingdom. Despite this, Arslan’s fate is to be a ruler, and now he must reclaim his fallen kingdom.
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