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Rurouni Kenshin: Yahiko's Battle
Japanese , Action
It retells stories featured in the manga and anime series.


The novel is actually composed of two short stories, both alredy published in the manga: Yahiko's Fight and Black Hat.


In the first story, Yaahiko in order to protect the young Tsubame, has to face a group of dangerous outloaws. At first he is defeated, but his samurai pride doesn't allow him to give up. So he faces those men again, ending up with a strategy who allow him to turn their advantage of being more numerous into the cause of their defeat.


The second episode, the protagonists are Udou Jinne, a former Shinsengumi, and Kenshin. In order to force Himura to fight against him, Jinne kidnappes Kaoru and using Nikaido, a sort of hypnotic technique, he puts her in a condition of being incapable of breathing. This awakes Kenshin's fury, and the two samurai will have to fight a death match.


(Souce: RK Sword of Justice)
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Rurouni Kenshin Uramaku: Honoo wo Suberu
84 reading 29/mo
Japanese , Shounen , Fantasy , Historical , Samurai , Police
c1
430 days ago
1-2. (Rurouni Kenshin: Master of Flame) [Watsuki Nobuhiro]

3-8. Sono Kage, Hanaregataku Tsunagitomeru Mono [Kurosaki Kaoru]
The manga portion was published in English as Rurouni Kenshin: Master of Flame in VIZ Media's digital Weekly Shonen Jump.


Publishers:
  • Jump SQ. (magazine)
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Rurouni Kenshin: Restoration
98 reading 303/mo
Japanese , Shounen , Action , Historical , Samurai
c5
430 days ago
This version will be a remake of the original series that revisits the encounters of 'Himura Kenshin' with 'Kamiya Kaoru' and 'Myojin Yahiko.'
Rurouni Kenshin: Tokuhitsuban was published in English as Rurouni Kenshin: Restoration by VIZ Media under the Shonen Jump imprint from June 4, 2013 to January 7, 2014.


Publishers:
  • Jump SQ. (magazine)
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Nana
642 reading 2.7K/mo
Japanese , Shoujo , Drama , Music , Romance , Slice of Life
c84
430 days ago
Nana Komatsu is a naive, unmotivated girl who spends her high school days chasing one crush after the other. Despite continually facing failure in her quest for love, her spirits have never dampened. At the age of 20, she finds herself on a train to Tokyo with hopes of reuniting with her current boyfriend.


Nana Osaki, on the other hand, is feisty and prideful. After joining a local band during her high school days, she falls in love with music and one of the band members. However, when faced with the choice between her relationship and her musical career, she chooses the latter and separates from her boyfriend. On her 20th birthday, she boards the same train to Tokyo, like her namesake, where she aims to become a top vocalist.


The two girls with the same name but very different aspirations find themselves sitting together on their journey to the city, and, as fate would have it, eventually share the same apartment. A deep and unique bond is then forged, where they will support each other in this saga of love, music, friendship, and heartbreak.
Nana has been published in English by VIZ Media under the Shojo Beat imprint since December 6, 2005; in Spain by Planeta Cómic since 2007; and in Argentina by Editorial Ivrea since 2009.


The series was placed on hiatus since the July 2009 issue of Cookie due to the mangaka's sudden illness.


Publishers:
  • Cookie (magazine)
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Gin Tama
8.2 2.8K reading 3.8K/mo
Japanese , Shounen , Action , Comedy , Historical , parody , Samurai
430 days ago
During the Edo period, Japan is suddenly invaded by alien creatures known as the "Amanto." Despite the samurai's attempts to combat the extraterrestrial menace, the Shogun soon realizes that their efforts are futile and decides to surrender. This marks the beginning of an uneasy agreement between the Shogunate and Amanto, one that results in a countrywide sword ban and the disappearance of the samurai spirit.


However, there exists one eccentric individual who wields a wooden sword and refuses to let his samurai status die. Now that his kind are no longer needed, Gintoki Sakata performs various odd jobs around town in order to make ends meet. Joined by his self-proclaimed disciple Shinpachi Shimura, the fearsome alien Kagura, and a giant dog named Sadaharu, they run the business known as Yorozuya, often getting caught up in all sorts of crazy and hilarious shenanigans.


Included one-shots:

Volume 1:

Volume 2: (Black and White)

Volume 24:

Volume 38:
As of February 2018, publisher Shueisha revealed that Gintama has more than 55 million copies in print in Japan. The series was nominated for Best Manga under the comedy category in 2008 at the Society for the Promotion of Japanese Animation.


VIZ Media published the manga in English as Gin Tama under the Shonen Jump Advanced imprint, with 23 volumes published from July 3, 2007 to August 2, 2011 before release was discontinued. It was also published in Spanish by Glénat, with 16 volumes published from October 2007 to May 2010; and in Italian by Planeta DeAgostini from July 4, 2008 to January 9, 2010 before release was discontinued. Star Comics picked up the license and re-released volume 1 on April 25, 2015.


Publishers:
  • Shounen Jump (magazine)
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Alichino
80 reading 78/mo
Japanese , Shoujo , Fantasy , Supernatural
c17
430 days ago
Beautiful creatures called 'Alichino' grant any wish to those who find them--but at a price!


A young lady searching for an Alichino wants to bring her brother back to life. She meets Tsugiri, a handsome young man who she thinks is an Alichino. While Tsugiri turns out to be a mere mortal, he does have a mysterious connection with these rare creatures--a connection that brings him and those around him grave danger!


(Source: Tokyopop)
Alichino was published in English by Tokyopop from February 8, 2005 to September 13, 2005.


Publishers:
  • Eyes (magazine)
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Rozen Maiden
119 reading 151/mo
Japanese , Seinen , Comedy , Drama , Supernatural
430 days ago
The legendary dollmaker Rozen created several unique dolls throughout his life, but it was not the materials he used that made them special. Known as Rozen Maidens, each doll was imbued with a Rosa Mystica—a precious gem that gives them life. But these dolls have a specific purpose: they must fight each other in a contest called the Alice Game. The winner becomes Alice, the perfect girl who will have the chance to meet their father and creator.


Jun Sakurada, a middle school shut-in, experiences the Alice Game up close and personal when one of these dolls arrives at his house. After winding her up with the spring provided, she comes to life and introduces herself as Shinku, the fifth Rozen Maiden. Despite Jun quickly becoming annoyed by her haughty attitude, they find themselves working together when they are attacked by another doll. At Shinku's behest, Jun becomes her medium, allowing her to use his life force as a power to defeat their enemies.


In the aftermath of the fight, more Rozen Maidens appear and decide to live at Jun's house. But can there be any peace when their very existence means they must fight each other?
Rozen Maiden was put hiatus after the sudden illness and hospitalization of the Peach-Pit duo and subsequently cancelled by Gentosha. It was then picked up by Shueisha as an alternative setting story.


Rozen Maiden was published in English by Tokyopop from May 9, 2006 to May 1, 2008.


Publishers:
  • Comic Birz (magazine)
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Rozen Maiden (2008)
94 reading 372/mo
Japanese , Seinen , Drama , Fantasy , Supernatural , Psychological
In the original timeline of Rozen Maiden, shut-in Jun Sakurada chose to wind up the sentient Rozen Maiden doll Shinku and help her participate in the Alice Game, a contest between the dolls. But if Jun had chosen not to wind her up, his life would have been very different.


In an alternate universe, Jun has grown up and is in college, but he is gloomy and still bears the scars of his hikikomori past. While working at a bookstore, he finds a weekly book series called "How to Make a Girl," which includes a spring to wind a doll. When he arrives home that night, the next volume in the series is waiting in his apartment, along with a case for the doll and some parts to make the fifth Rozen Maiden, Shinku. But once he has most of the pieces, the books stop coming, and he receives a letter revealing publication has stopped. The letter also states that to get the rest of the doll parts, he will have to retrieve them from a place called the N-Field.


As if things weren't strange enough already, he begins to receive emails from his younger self, asking for his help in defeating the malicious seventh doll, Kirakishou. So with an incomplete doll, Jun enters the N-Field, unaware of the events that will unfold.
The original story was put on hiatus after the sudden illness and hospitalization in the Peach Pit duo, and subsequently cancelled by Gentosha. It was then picked up by Shueisha, as an alternative setting story, and title changed to katakana writing.


Publishers:
  • Young Jump (magazine)
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Rozen Maiden 0
31 reading 189/mo
Japanese , Seinen , Fantasy , Supernatural
430 days ago
Rozen Maiden 0 is set in Tokyo during Japan's Taisho era. It follows a clumsy girl named Okiku who moves from the countryside to work in a large western-style mansion in the imperial capital. One day, she discovers a mysterious doll in the mansion's attic.
Publishers:
  • Ultra Jump (magazine)
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Rozen Maiden: Dolls Talk
22 reading 18/mo
Japanese , Shoujo , Comedy
c14
430 days ago
Shojo spin-off of Peach-Pit's Rozen Maiden manga.
Publishers:
  • Ribon Magazine (magazine)
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Maite wa Ikenai Rozen Maiden
Japanese , Seinen , Comedy , parody , Supernatural
Publishers:
  • Tonari no Young Jump (magazine)
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Shoujo no Tsukurikata
1 reading 2/mo
Japanese , Comedy
c0
430 days ago
One-shot manga set before the events of Rozen Maiden detailing how the doll, Shinku, was made. Full color.
Publishers:
  • Young Jump (magazine)
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Die Romane der Rozen Maiden
Japanese , Comedy , Drama , Fantasy , Supernatural
Rozen Maiden
419/mo
Japanese , Comedy , Drama , Fantasy , Supernatural
Volume 1: die Zwillinge

Rozen Maiden die Zwillinge narrates the twin dolls, Suiseiseki and Souseiseki's past story before the manga's starting events.


Volume 2: Rot Schwarz

Rozen Maiden Rot Schwarz centers on Shinku and Suigintou's past story in the Oxford of the 19th century.
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Hotel Africa
Korean , Adventure , Romance , Slice of Life
Alone, in the middle of the Utah desert, lies the Hotel Africa. Anything is possible here. A world of joy, heartache, and friendship has traveled through its doors. Follow along with Elvis, our narrator, as he brings the history of this desolate hotel to life, weaving tales of his widowed mother, an unlikely pair of vagabonds, and a strange hotel guest...


(Source: Tokyopop)
The first two volumes of Hotel Africa were published in English by Tokyopop from April 8, 2008 to August 12, 2008.
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Ark Angels
46 reading 173/mo
Korean , Fantasy , Romance , Supernatural , Gender Bender
c12
430 days ago
From a small lake nestled in a secluded forest far from the edge of town something strange emerged one day: Three young girls. The three girls, Shem, Hamu and Japheth, are sisters from another world. Equipped with magical powers, they are charged with saving all the creatures of Earth from becoming extinct. However, there is someone or something sinister trying to stop them. While saving our world from destruction, these sisters live like normal human girls: They go to school, work at a flower shop, hang around with friends and even fall in love...


(Source: Tokyopop)
Ark Angels was first published in English by Tokyopop from December 13, 2005 to October 25, 2007. It was later released digitally as well, by the same publisher, on December 5, 2014.
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Arm of Kannon
1 reading
Japanese , Seinen , Fantasy , Horror
Deep within the mountains of Tibet, secluded from the mortal world, sits The Arm of Kannon, an instrument of inconceivably wicked power, resting safely outside the grasp of humanity... until now.

An archeologist, Juzo Mikami, dizzied with tales of The Arm's power and determined to unlock the mystery behind this Buddhist secret, sets out on a journey to find this ancient artifact and is never heard from again, leaving behind his wife and children. Three years later, he returns to his family, however he isn't the man he was, and his family will never be the same.


(Source: Tokyopop)
Birth was published in English as Arm of Kannon by Tokyopop from May 4, 2004 to October 9, 2007.


Publishers:
  • Comic Birz (magazine)
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Raten - Birth
Japanese , Seinen , Ecchi , Action , Adventure , Fantasy , Horror , Martial Arts , Supernatural
As long as one processes its power, one's dream will come true. Since The Arm of Kannon has this kind of power, everyone is dying to obtain it. And one day, a high school student accidentally gets a hold of The Arm of Kannon...
Publishers:
  • Genzo (magazine)
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Brave Story: Shinsetsu
106 reading 70/mo
Japanese , Seinen , Action , Fantasy
c52
430 days ago
Wataru Mitani's life was as ordinary as any other until he found the new transfer student to his school battling a giant monster in his neighborhood. In search of clues to this, he finds a door to a world called Vision, a fantasy world where magic exists. When Wataru’s life starts to crumble around him, he embarks on a journey beyond the door to change the fate that has befallen his family.


(Source: Tokyopop)
Brave Story: Shinsetsu was partially published in English as Brave Story: A Retelling of a Classic by Tokyopop, who published the first five volumes from June 1, 2007 to August 7, 2008.


Publishers:
  • Comic Bunch (magazine)
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Steins;Gate
127 reading 109/mo
Japanese , Seinen , Mystery , Drama
c17
64 hours ago
The story of Steins;Gate takes place in Akihabara and is about a group of friends who have managed to customize their microwave into a device that can send text messages to the past. As they perform different experiments, an organization named SERN who has been doing their own research on time travel tracks them down and now the characters have to find a way to avoid being captured by them.


(Source: Wikipedia)
Steins;Gate is based on 5pb. and Nitroplus' visual novel of the same name.


The series was published in English by Udon Entertainment from November 12, 2015 to April 26, 2016,

in Brazilian Portuguese by Editora JBC from April 1, 2015 to April 23, 2016, and in Russian by XL Media from May 23 to November 10, 2015.


Publishers:
  • Comic Alive (magazine)
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Touhou Sangetsusei: Eastern and Little Nature Deity
6 reading 80/mo
Japanese , Comedy , Fantasy
c5
430 days ago
This manga takes place in Gensokyou, the setting for most of the Touhou games.


It's the story of 3 fairies and their daily tricking to visitors of Hakurei Shrine, getting revenged, and so on.
Publishers:
  • Comp Ace (magazine)
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Touhou Sangetsusei: Strange and Bright Nature Deity
38 reading 104/mo
Japanese , Comedy , Fantasy
430 days ago
A manga based on the Touhou series of games, written by its creator. Mostly focuses on a trio of fairies and the mischief they get up to, as well as the main characters of the games.
Publishers:
  • Comp Ace (magazine)
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Zeus
59 reading 94/mo
Japanese , Shounen ai , Action , Fantasy , Psychological
430 days ago
Kira Yuuki is a 15 year old boy whose only wish is to be a normal teenager. Despite what he wants, he isn't really human at all -- he's a Lemora Saramanda. There's a strange symbol on his palm, testimony to what his is. Inaba and Yukia are two of the Kira's closest friends. However, because he is a special type of his species, Kira is wanted by others for the power he can bring. The mysterious Rosen Kroitz Secret Society seems to know a great deal about the Saramanda, keeping them as pets and breeding them. One day, Kira is captured by his pursuers, and Inaba and Yukia chase after the car he's trapped in. The accident that follows changes everything for the friends, as does the appearance of Kira's older brother... (Source: Storm in Heaven)
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Almost Crying
Japanese , Shounen ai
1. Sky-Blue Elegy

2. The Mer-Prince

3. Milk Robot

4. Second Hand

5. Words to Send

6. Celluloid Closet

7.

8.
Naichaisou yo was published in English as Almost Crying by Digital Manga Publishing on May 9, 2006.


Publishers:
  • Hanaoto (magazine)
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Steam Detectives
4 reading 33/mo
Japanese , Shounen , Adventure , Mystery , Mecha , Police
c52
430 days ago
A Steampunk mystery from the creator of Silent Mobius! In this tale of a past (or future?) that never was, in the age of Steam, masked dandies, dastardly supervillains, and sentient machines stalk a Japanese Gotham by night. Are the sharp wits and quick reflexes of wunderkind detectives Narutaki and pretty nurse Ling Ling enough to thwart evil and unravel the mysteries of this strange world? All steamed up.... When Narutaki meets Ling Ling, a pretty nurse with a dark secret, he gains both a true-blu friend and two new assistants. He'll certainly need all the help he can get when he is forced to do battle with such nefarious villains as the Phantom Knight, the Machine Baron, and Dr. Guilty!


(Source: VIZ Media)
Kaiketsu Jouki Tanteidan was published in English as Steam Detectives by VIZ Media, first in the monthly anthology magazine Manga Vizion from October 1997 to the final issue in August 1998, then in standard tankoubon format from February 5, 1999 to June 16, 2004.


Publishers:
  • Shounen Jump (magazine)
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Phantom Thief Boy Le Bread
Japanese , Mystery , Police
Publishers:
  • Comic Beam 100 (magazine)
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Love Recipe
483 reading 879/mo
Japanese , Yaoi , Comedy
c11
430 days ago
Tomonori Ozawa has just landed a job at a large publishing firm. The only catch is, he is the new editor of a Boy’s Love magazine?! On top of that, he is stuck with dealing with the artist Sakurako Kakyoin, a male yaoi artist who is notorious for missing his deadlines. To become a full fledged editor, Tomonori-kun has to start from the bottom – checking drafts, editing scripts and lettering. Now if only Kakyoin-sensei would stop sexually harassing him, he could actually get some work done!


(Source: DMP)
Publishers:
  • Daria (magazine)
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Love Portion
Japanese , Yaoi , Comedy
continuation of Love Recipe.
Publishers:
  • Daria (magazine)
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Anne Freaks
59 reading 278/mo
Japanese , Mystery , Horror , Psychological
c24
430 days ago
While trying to bury the body of his mother deep in the woods, high school student Yuri is approached by a strange girl who offers to help him. That is... if he promises to be her "parent killing assistant." Meet Anne Freaks, a bright, attractive teenage girl normal in every way - except that she's on a mission to kill her father, the leader of the dangerous extremist cult: the Kakusei Group. (Source: ADV)
Anne Freaks was published by ADV Manga from March 28, 2006 to December 26, 2006.


Publishers:
  • Shounen Ace (magazine)
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Diabolo
19 reading 17/mo
Japanese , Shoujo , Horror , Supernatural
c11
430 days ago
Protagonists Ren and Rai fell prey to the Diabolo in an attempt to save the soul of Ren's cousin, 7-year-old Mio...although they failed in their attempt, they were 'rewarded' with powers they would each gladly trade for the life of the young girl.


Just who—or what—is the Diabolo? What enticements does he offer the kids at school? And, if they accept his 'bargains,' what foul fate awaits them on their 18th birthdays?


(Source: Tokyopop)
Diabolo was first published in English by Tokyopop from November 1, 2004 to February 8, 2005. The license was later taken up by Digital Manga Publishing, who published the title digitally, first as an eBook from September 5, 2012 to April 22, 2013, and afterwards in Kindle format from April 5 to 22, 2013.


Publishers:
  • COMIC Crimson (magazine)
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Tuxedo Gin
45 reading 98/mo
Japanese , Shounen , Comedy , Romance , Supernatural
430 days ago
High school student Ginji Kusanagi is about to make his dreams come true. He's made his professional boxing debut and is ready to go on the first date with the girl of his dreams, Minako. However, the unthinkable has happened. Ginji is in an accident, and his spirit is seperated from his body, effectively killing him before his time. A (sort of) angel tells him that he can be reincarnated as an animal and return to his body after he's lived out its lifespan. He chooses to be reincarnated as a penguin, Minako's favorite animal. Now Ginji lives with Minako as Gin the penguin and just tries to make it along as a penguin while waiting to be returned to his body.


(Source: ANN)
Tuxedo Gin was published in English by VIZ Media from July 16, 2003 to December 13, 2005. A digital edition was released from July 21, 2015 to May 31, 2016.


Publishers:
  • Shounen Sunday (magazine)
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Those Obnoxious Aliens
187 reading 1.2K/mo
Japanese , Shounen , Comedy , Romance
430 days ago
What would you do if a tiger skin bikini-clad alien followed you to school every day? Poor Ataru's life has never returned to normal since volatile extraterrestrial princess Lum fell for him. Now an excruciatingly wealthy and genteel rival, Mendo, adds to Ataru's torment. Not to mention an unending stream of extraordinary classroom visitors and educational materials including incompetent cherry blossom spirits, a legendary nightmare-eating tapir, and a fourth-dimensional camera that breaches alternate realities.


(Source: Viz)
Urusei Yatsura was awarded the 26th Shogakukan Manga Award for best shounen and shoujo manga in 1980.


A 15-volume wideban edition was published from July 1989 to August 1990 to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the series, an 18-volume bunkoban edition was published from August 1998 to December 1999, a shinsoban reprint with the same volume count as the original was published from November 2006 to March 2008, it included new cover art and a section displaying art work from modern manga artists.


The series was published in English by VIZ Media as Lum*Urusei Yatsura in 1989 for 7 comic book size issues each covering two chapters until cancellation in 1990 due to poor sales. Publication was relaunched in VIZ's monthly publication Animerica where it was renamed to The Return of Lum*Urusei Yatsura, 8 collected volumes were published from June 5, 1995 to April 5, 1999. Roughly 11 volumes were covered in all, with some chapters being skipped. It was also published in Spanish by EDT/Glénat España from April 2005 to March 2008.


Publishers:
  • Shounen Sunday (magazine)
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Gakuen Alice
1.2K reading 5.4K/mo
Japanese , Shoujo , Comedy , Drama , Super Power
161 days ago
For Mikan, there was no better friend than Hotaru (though Hotaru sometimes seems to have other sentiments). They often played together. But Hotaru is a very special child, and she agrees to go to a school in Tokyo which the government reserved only for geniuses. This left a very lonely Mikan at home. When Hotaru fails to keep her promise and come home for holidays, her young friend is very disappointed and rather angry. But upon overhearing a conversation between Hotaru's mother and a teacher, Mikan realizes that her friend's reasons for leaving might not have been what they seemed. So Mikan takes it upon herself to run away and go to Hotaru's school. There she discovers the so-called "genius academy" is actually a school for people gifted with special powers called "alices." Her friend Hotaru is one of these, and after a chance encounter with a teacher, Mikan suddenly finds herself enrolled. Finally, the two friends are reunited, but is Mikan actually one of those so-called Alices?


(Source: Aerie Scans)
Gakuen Alice was partially published in English by Tokyopop, who published sixteen volumes from January 1, 2008 to April 5, 2011, before becoming defunct.


Publishers:
  • Hana to Yume (magazine)
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Kageki no Kuni no Alice
333 reading 788/mo
Japanese , Shoujo , Comedy , Drama
430 days ago
Alice Academy is a famous school exclusive for children with an Alice, children with special powers. It's affiliate music school, the Alice Academy Opera Troupe, now opens up to regular students as well.


Andou Hikari's brother has an Alice and is a student of the Alice Academy. She decides to enroll to the school. There she is paired up with Shinomiya Ema, a student with a secret...
Publishers:
  • Hana to Yume (magazine)
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Galaxy Girl, Panda Boy
Japanese , Drama
A collection of three stand-alone stories. "Galaxy Girl, Panda Boy" is the story of Mani, an adolescent girl growing up in an isolated new age community. Mani is convinced that there is something very odd about her family and the other members of the community. She might be right. "The Laidback Person I Will Never Forget" is a short piece in which a young woman named Yukari begins to doubt her relationship with Takafumi, her slacker / surfer boyfriend. She loves him but she's beginning to think that he might be a bit too laid back for his own good and that their relationship might not have much of a future. "Club Hurricane" (split into four sections and comprising by far the largest portion of the volume) is the tale of Andrew and Rose - twins who find themselves sent off to an odd, remote boarding school in the country as a result of their parents' divorce. Once there, the siblings have to deal with isolation, rejection, their eccentric new schoolmates and their reliance on one another. (Source: ANN)
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Free Collars Kingdom
30 reading 27/mo
Japanese , Action , Adventure , Comedy , Fantasy
430 days ago
Cyan is a teenage cat (in cat years!), and when his beloved young master falls ill, the parents abandon Cyan in the basement of a luxurious apartment building. Now Cyan finds himself smack-dab in the middle of the biggest feline territorial battle in Japan.


While waiting for his owner to return and reclaim him, Cyan has to brave the attacks of vampy Siam and the beautiful killer Kline. He also must try to fit in with the group of oddball strays who reside in the basement, a cat gang named the Free Collars!


(Source: Del Rey)
Free Collars Kingdom was published in English by Del Rey from January 30, 2007 to August 1, 2007.


Publishers:
  • Magazine-Z (magazine)
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Immortal Rain
583 reading 246/mo
Japanese , Shoujo , Action , Adventure , Drama , Fantasy , Romance
430 days ago
Rain Jewlitt, known as the Methuselah, is a spaced-out, immortal, 624-year-old man dressed in priest's clothes. He's got eternal youth and a large price on his head... put there by those questing after the secret of his immortality.


Machika Balfaltin is a tomboyish, energetic 14-year-old girl who, upon the death of her grandfather, sets out to kill Methuselah, the one bounty her assassin grandfather, Zol the Grim Reaper, couldn't kill. Instead, however, Machika ends up being saved by Rain again and again from other aspiring bounty hunters attacking them both.


(Source: Tokyopop)
Meteor Methuselah was partially published in English as Immortal Rain by Tokyopop, who published eight volumes from June 8, 2004 to September 11, 2007. It has been published in Spanish by Milky Way Ediciones as Immortal Rain since February 27, 2017.


Publishers:
  • Wings (magazine)
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Touhou Shinigami: Meteor Methuselah Gaiden
90 reading 97/mo
Japanese , Shoujo , Action , Drama , Fantasy
c10
430 days ago
A miniseries prequel about the encounter between Rain and Zol.


(Source: MU)
Publishers:
  • Wings (magazine)
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Meteor Methuselah: Kanzen Kouryakubon
19 reading 3/mo
Japanese , Doujinshi , Shoujo , Comedy , Romance
114 days ago
A collection of one-shots, side-stories, alternative-stories, and omakes about the main series.
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Meteor Methuselah Fan Book 2: Darling.
3 reading 7/mo
Japanese , Doujinshi , Comedy , Romance
The contents include a short after story to the original storyline and the last chapter to the school spin-off from the first fan book.
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Ice Blade
151 reading 305/mo
Japanese , Seinen , Action , Mystery , Drama
c72
430 days ago
Kyoya Ida is a hard-nosed detective from the Shinjuku Police precient. He is known in the force as an unreasonable type who would use lethal force to solve cases, making him unpopular with the enlisted and high-ranking officers in the National Police Agency. Despite this fact, there are some in the force that admire Ida for his bravery and cleverness in using lethal force to solve criminal cases whenever legal means are met in a dead end.


(Source: MU)
Publishers:
  • Afternoon (magazine)
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Jiraishin Diablo
83 reading 105/mo
Japanese , Seinen , Action , Mystery , Drama
c19
430 days ago
The case files of the detectives at the Shinjuku Police Station paint an unapologetic picture of the worst of human nature, the horrors of everyday life, and the people that are the products of it. In this society, abused children grow up twisted, and traumatized victims turn to violence for revenge. The line between victim and criminal is often blurred when even the worst offenders are those society once failed to save. Left behind in the passing of the years, former detective Ida Kyouya must once more pick up his gun.


(Source: Storm in Heaven)
Publishers:
  • good! Afternoon (magazine)
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Kilala Princess
102 reading 146/mo
Japanese , Shoujo , Fantasy
c23
430 days ago
Meet Kilala, an ordinary girl who loves all the Disney Princesses. When she awakens a sleeping prince named Rei, she magically gains the power of the princesses! Rei is searching for the missing princess of his world, and has a magical tiara that will lead him to her. But before Kilala can help him find the missing princess and restore peace to his world, Kilala's best friend, Erica, is kidnapped by mysterious men! So, with the help of the magical tiara and Rei, Kilala sets off on a quest to find her!
Kilala☆Princess was partially published in English by Tokyopop, who published the first four volumes between January 9, 2007 and December 11, 2007. The publisher re-released the series from July 19, 2016 to May 9, 2017.


Publishers:
  • Nakayoshi (magazine)
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Kilala☆Princess
4 reading 146/mo
Japanese , Shoujo , Adventure , Fantasy , Magic , Romance
c23
430 days ago
Novel adaption of the manga series. According to Rika Tanaka in an author's note, the novel will feature slightly different versions of Kilala and Rei.
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Le Portrait de Petit Cossette
13 reading 30/mo
Japanese , Mystery , Horror , Romance , Psychological
c9
430 days ago
Eiri Kurahashi is an art school student, with a job at a local antique store. It's there that he develops a strange obsession. He finds himself entranced by a portrait of a Victorian-era girl named Cossette. It's a portrait with a strange history--everyone who has owned it has been murdered in a bizarre fashion. But the story runs much deeper than that. Cossette was savagely murdered by her lover, who also happens to be the artist who painted the portrait. When the new owner of the portrait nearly kills himself, Eiri decides to get involved. And that's when Cossette begins speaking to him...


(Source: Tokyopop)
Cossette no Shouzou was published in English as Le Portrait de Petite Cossette by Tokyopop from July 3, 2006 to November 7, 2006.


Publishers:
  • Magazine-Z (magazine)
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Ginga Eiyuu Densetsu
176 reading 137/mo
Japanese , Action , Adventure , Drama , Space , Military
c28
430 days ago
Faithful to the novels aside for some changes that may be considered major e.g. characters changed from male to female.
Publishers:
  • Chara (magazine)
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Love Roma
76 reading 91/mo
Japanese , Seinen , Comedy , Romance , Slice of Life
c32
430 days ago
Negishi, a self-proclaimed normal high school girl, is suddenly confessed to by a boy whom she has never met before. Introducing himself as a long time admirer that had finally found the resolve to confess his feelings, Hoshino declares that everything will work out between the two as long as he remains unabashedly honest with her. After denying Hoshino's sudden request for a date, Negishi, bewildered but intrigued with Hoshino's candidness, agrees to walk home with him.


Thus begins the romantic comedy Love Roma, which follows the progressing relationship between Hoshino, who says whatever is on his mind with absolutely no reserve, and Negishi, playing the straight man to the boy's comic persistence of his feelings toward her.
Love Roma was published in English by Del Rey Books from August 30, 2005 to February 27, 2007.


Publishers:
  • Afternoon (magazine)
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Lights Out
7 reading 17/mo
Korean , Shounen , Action , Comedy
430 days ago
All Gun wanted to do was turn over a new leaf. A problem child since birth, Gun thought transferring to Northern Art High School and moving into the Lucky Residence would offer him a fresh start--a chance to begin again, away from his punch-drunk past.


He really should have known better. Whether it's having his attempts at romance with the lovely Seung-Ah thwarted time and time again by the lusty Ji-Ae, putting up with deliveryman Sung-Rae's dreams of heavy metal stardom, or dealing with Northern Art's gangs, Gun is going to have a very hard time shaking off his past. However, it's something he must do if he's to look towards the future, and Gun's future is a bright one indeed.


For on the hard asphalt surface of a bike track, Gun will finally lose his apathy and find himself. On the back of a motorcycle, Gun's life finally has purpose, and it's a purpose that will not be fulfilled, at least in Gun's eyes, until he's taken the checkered flag in the Korean Grand Prix.


(Source: MU)
Lights Out was published in English by Tokyopop from June 15, 2006 to June 15, 2008.
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