COMIC ZIN’s chart for the week between March 28 and April 3 welcomes a number of new releases which is led by the 14th volume of Hagure Idol: Jigoku-hen, a series by Rui Takatou whom you may have heard of through the author’s other works, such as Devilman G and Cynthia the Mission. Hagure Idol: Jigoku-hen is currently published through Bessatsu Manga Goraku magazine with the first volume available here for free in Japanese (click here for direct access). As for its official English version, Seven Seas is publishing the title’s omnibuses with up to Volume 3 available for purchase, which covers two volumes of the Manga per release.
Next is the 1st volume of Momo Kanchou no Himitsu Kichi by author Kenji Tsuruta who has worked on as an artist for several popular titles, one in particular is Omoide Emanon. The title is also said to be related to the author’s other work, La Pomme Prisonniere which was first released way back in 2011 and lasted only a single volume. Interestingly, the Manga was initially introduced via Paradis magazine in 2017, but only received the volume treatment this year. Some previews of the 1st volume can be accessed through the Manga’s official page via Hakusensha right here in Japanese (for easy access, click here).
The colour spread page of Momo Kanchou no Himitsu Kichi’s 1st chapter
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Daishinyuu is 3rd on the chart with its 4th volume at 7 days of sales, a Manga about two junior high school girls who first met when they were elementary students. The seinen title was first serialized in June of 2019 through Young King BULL magazine and its chapters are viewable through Pixiv right here in Japanese. Head all the way to Number 7 and you will find Yuuki Aru Mono yori Chire Volume 2, a Manga by Yuu Aida who previously worked on Gunslinger Girl. The historical Manga centres around a former samurai Haruyasu who desired death until he chanced upon a girl where that desire soon changed. You can also check out its chapters available via Manga Park right here in Japanese. In addition to that, if you plan on getting one in English, Seven Seas is set to release Volume 1 this coming October.
The colour spread page of Yuuki Aru Mono yori Chire’s 1st chapter
Snowball Earth Volume 3 is 8th on the list. The mecha themed Manga was first serialized back in January 2021 via Gekkan! Spirits magazine where its first chapter can be accessed for free through Big Comic Spirits right here in Japanese (click here for easy access). Jiro Matsumoto’s Beautiful Place is 10th with its 1st volume at 6 days of sales. You may be interested in the title if you are a fan of the author’s other works like Freesia or Jigoku no Alice. The first chapter can be read in Japanese through Heros right here.
2. Momo Kanchou no Himitsu Kichi Vol. 1 (NEW)
by Kenji Tsuruta
Release Date: March 31, 2022
Link (JPN): Vol. 1
3. Daishinyuu Vol. 4 (NEW)
by Towa Oshima
Release Date: March 28, 2022
Link (JPN): Vol. 4
4. Tropical-Rouge! Precure: PreCure Collection