Mashle : magic and muscles / story and art by Hajime Komoto ; translation, Nova Skipper.Material type: TextLanguage: English Original language: Japanese Publisher: San Francisco, CA : VIZ Media, LLC, -Copyright date: ©2020-Description: volumes : illustrations ; 20 cmContent type:
- still image
- PN6790.J34 M3932513 2021
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|Book||Speedway Young Adult Area||Graphic Novel||GN MAS VOL. 1 (Browse shelf(Opens below))||Available||35550431778474|
|Book||Speedway Young Adult Area||Graphic Novel||GN MAS VOL. 2 (Browse shelf(Opens below))||Available||35550431778581|
|Book||Speedway Young Adult Area||Graphic Novel||GN MAS VOL. 3 (Browse shelf(Opens below))||Available||35550431778599|
|Book||Speedway New Books Area||Graphic Novel||GN MAS VOL. 4 (Browse shelf(Opens below))||Available||35550431778607|
"Can muscles crush magic?! In the magic realm, magic is everything--everyone can use it, and one's skill determines their social status. Deep in the forest, oblivious to the ways of the world, lives Mash. Thanks to his daily training, he's become a fitness god. When Mash is discovered, he has no choice but to enroll in magic school, where he must beat the competition without revealing his secret--he can't use magic! Mash just wants to live in peace with his father in the forest. But the only way he'll ever be accepted in the magic realm is by attending magic school and becoming a Divine Visionary--an exceptional student revered as one the chosen. But without an ounce of magic to his name, Mash will have to punch his way to the top spot." -- From volume 1.
Translated from the Japanese.
T for Teen, ages 13+