Kagerou Daze is the first novel adaptation of the Kagerou Project, written and created by Jin, a Japanese sound producer, composer, and writer. Okay, this might get a little confusing, so bear with me. The Kagerou Project is essentially a multimedia story, a story that changes depending on which media form you so happen to […]Read More from In a Daze
It's finally fall, which means it's time for the library's sci-fi/fantasy/comics/manga art contest for teens in middle and high school! We break down the two categories (sci-fi/fantasy and comics/manga) into high school and middle school, so you'll only compete with others close to your own age. Why should you enter? A chance to win a $50 gift […]Read More from Worlds of Imagination Art Contest
Addicted to Pokémon Go? Looking for an excuse to get your aspiring trainers out of the house? Want to go beyond the video game and learn about card collecting, or delve into the vast anime and manga in the franchise? The library is a perfect, and (most importantly, this time of year) air-conditioned destination! Most of our […]Read More from #PokeLibrary: Gotta Catch ‘Em All?
If you like comics and manga, you should check out Polly and the Pirates. Yeah, I know - ninjas aren't supposed to like pirates. But I have a soft spot for pirates, especially pirate chicks who kick... body parts. And prim and proper Polly is in for a shock when she discovers that her mother […]Read More from A prim and proper pirate?
(TUCSON, Ariz.) – Do you have a story inside you? Do you sketch or doodle? Do you like comics or anime? MegaMania!! is all the comics, gaming, cosplay, and writing and art workshops you’ve loved the past four years, but better than ever! The Pima County Public Library is partnering with Pima Community College to […]Read More from Library hosts free comics convention on July 12