Manga & Books about It

My manga collection is relatively small compared to everything else I drop money on. Maybe that will change with time. But I greatly appreciate the medium itself for a variety of reasons. Death Note is the most compelling story I ever read in my life. Detroit Metal City is one of the funniest stories I ever read, as well as one of my favorites. And if you ever want to marvel at spectacular, wordless art for hundreds of pages, hunt down some volumes of Gon. Recommendations are in bold.

Manga Author
Absolute Boyfriend, Vol. 1-6 Yuu Watase
All You Need Is Kill Ryosuke Takeuchi, Takeshi Obata
Bakuman, Vol. 1-20 Tsugumi Ohba, Takeshi Obata
Brody’s Ghost, Vol. 1-6 Mark Crilley
Codename: Sailor V, Vol. 1 & 2 Naoko Takeuchi
Death Note, Vol. 1-12 Tsugumi Ohba, Takeshi Obata
Death Note: Another Note – The Los Angeles BB Murder Cases (novel) Nisioisin, Andrew Cunningham
Detroit Metal City, Vol. 1-10 Kiminori Wakasugi
Gon, Vol. 1-7 Masashi Tanaka
Mega Man Gigamix, Vol. 1-3 Hitoshi Ariga
Mega Man Megamix, Vol. 1-3 Hitoshi Ariga
Miki Falls, Books 1-4 Mark Crilley
Monster, Vol. 1-9: The Perfect Edition Naoki Urasawa
Pluto: Urasawa x Tezuka, Vol. 1-6 Naoki Urasawa, Takashi Nagasaki
Sailor Moon Short Stories, Vol. 1-2 Naoko Takeuchi
Sailor Moon, Vol. 1-12 Naoko Takeuchi
Trigun Maximum, Vol. 1-4 Yasuhiro Nightow
Trigun, Vol. 1-2 Yasuhiro Nightow
Books about Manga Author
The Astro Boy Essays Frederik L. Schodt
Draw Manga Bruce Lewis
Dreamland Japan: Writings on Modern Manga Frederik L. Schodt
Manga for Dummies Kensuke Okabayashi
Manga! Manga!: The World of Japanese Comics Frederik L. Schodt
Manga: Sixty Years of Japanese Comics Paul Gravett
Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley Mark Crilley