Did you read those new Shaman King: Red Crimson chapters that have been officially released in English yet? If not, the entire series, all 4 volumes, are now out! That’s all 16 chapters for the entire series. Click on the covers below to go read them!
All of the chapters are available worldwide (outside of Japan)!
We’ve said it before, and we’ll continue to say it. Buying the the volumes is a great way to support the Shaman King series, so now’s the time for action!
Shaman King: The Super Star volume releases start next month. All 4 volumes of that series will be out officially in English before the end of the year. So get ready and get caught up with those Red Crimson releases as well.
Did you see that there was some new train ads for “Funbari Onsen” hung up in some train stations and train cars in Japan last week? Patch Café has an article you can read about them if you hadn’t caught the news. Maybe we’ll do something related to that in the near future… 😉
But speaking of trains, that brings us to today’s release… one of Hiroyuki Takei’s autobiographical short mangas… Takei Nomad! We have the complete oneshot available now here on Mankin-Trad in English. It’s also available in Japanese for free as well. Please enjoy!
Hiroyuki Takei has drawn some autobiographical short mangas in the past. You may remember the short story that came after Exotica from the original Shueisha release of Shaman King volume 27. This is actually his second autobiographical short manga in the magazine Train Vert. We’ll loop back around to that first one at a later date. So look forward to that.
Until then, more of our “standard” releases are on their way soon. But we like to mix it up with some other things that you may not typically expect, like today’s release.