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    Saturday September 12, 2015
  • Dark Horse Schedules Releases of "Fate/zero" Manga and "Berserk" Author's Sci-Fi "Giganto Maxia"

    "The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service:" Omnibus Edition Book Three and "Vampire Hunter D" Volume 23: Iriya the Berserker

    North American publisher Dark Horse's solicitation for December comics and February collection and graphic novel releases. Of note, this release slate features their release of the first volume of Fate/zero's manga adaption, along the collection of Berserk author Kentaro Miura's far future sci-fi fantasy Giganto Maxia. Get the details after the jump.

  • Tuesday January 27, 2015
  • North American Release of Final "Blade of the Immortal" and "Oh My Goddess!" Volumes Listed

    "Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service" omnibus also scheduled

    Dark Horse Comics officially has the conclusion of one of the North America's longest-running manga series solicited with Blade of the Immortal Volume 31: Final Curtain officially planned for April 14. Beyond that, Amazon has the penultimate, 36th volume of Gantz listed for August, and the end of Oh My Goddess! coming with volume 48 in October. More after the jump.

  • Friday June 15, 2012
  • Dark Horse Schedules "Trigun Maximum" Manga Omnibus for November

    Joined by new volumes of "Blood Blockade Battlefront" and "Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service" this fall

    Publisher Dark Horse has sent out their solicitations for October comics and November graphic novels. Among the upcoming manga titles is the first omnibus collection Trigun Maximum. See the full plans after the jump.

  • Monday February 20, 2012
  • Exclusive First Look at the Return of Cult Horror Manga "Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service"

    First new volume of highly praised horror manga since September 2010

    For the first time since September 2010, Dark Horse is set to publish a new volume of horror manga The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service, which returns on March 28th. If you're new to the series don't be afraid of the fact that it's volume 12, since the unique series' grisly cases are largely standalone. Get a first look after the jump.