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Your & My Secret
416 reading 369/mo
Japanese , Shoujo , Comedy , Romance , Slice of Life , Gender Bender
c62
430 days ago
Two teens see how the other half lives!


The girl: cute but obnoxious, pretty but violent, petite but rude.

The guy: shy and slender and secretly in love with the girl.


When her mad scientist grandfather accidentally switches their bodies—it's freaky Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and every day! Akira Uehara is mortified when his best buddy starts hitting on "him," and is embarrassed to look at "himself" in the mirror in her underwear! He can't wait to get back to being a boy. But Nanako Momoi has other ideas—she is starting to enjoy life in Akira's body!


(Source: ADV)
Boku to Kanojo no XXX was published in English as Your & My Secret by Tokyopop. The first 7 volumes were released from March 11, 2008 to November 30, 2010 before publication was discontinued.


Publishers:
  • Comic Avarus (magazine)
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Boku to Kanojo no XXX: Bangai-hen
41 reading 121/mo
Japanese , Comedy , Romance , Gender Bender
c8
430 days ago
This volume spin-off offers a new ending to the original series. Will Akira and Momoi switch back into each others bodies? Also included are a few one-shot stories.


(Source: MU)


Included one-shot: (Welcome to Cosmos Apartment House)
Publishers:
  • Web Comic Beat's (magazine)
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Hands Off!
34 reading 59/mo
Japanese , Shoujo , Supernatural , Psychological
c8
430 days ago
Kotarou Oohira is a boy with the clueless touch--he has an unusual type of ESP that is transmitted via physical contact. When he accidentally gives his cousin Tatsuki the "gift", he comes to realize that there is much more to his powers than he ever imagined!


(Source: Tokyopop)
Sono Te Wo Dokero was published in English as Hands Off! by Tokyopop from October 12, 2004 to January 9, 2007.


Publishers:
  • Asuka (magazine)
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Hands Off!: Don't Call Us Angels
1 reading 15/mo
Japanese , Shoujo , Supernatural , Psychological
c0
430 days ago
Kiba is a sensitive who can see the future whenever he touches someone. But there's one person who's future always disturbs him: Udou. Unable to leave things alone, Kiba finds himself embroiled in Udou's issues, which deal mostly with girls, and, in this particular case, his childhood friend Haruhi. How Udou deals with his problems and how Kiba decides to judge him become the means to whether or not they can save anyone, much less themselves. (Source: M-U)
Hands Off!: Don't Call Us Angels was published in English by Tokyopop from November 6, 2007 to March 11, 2008.
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Priest
110 reading 278/mo
Korean , Action , Fantasy , Horror , Supernatural , Psychological
430 days ago
In the frontier of the American West, a veil of evil threatens to engulf humanity. Servants of the fallen archangel Temozarela are paving the way for their dark lord's resurrection. One man stands in the way of the apocalypse: Ivan Isaacs, a fallen priest who sold his soul to the devil Belial for the power to fight evil. Armed with a wicked blade and silver bullets, Ivan will give the heretics a baptism of blood in his pilgrimage for humanity's redemption.


(Source: Tokyopop)
Priest was first published in English by Tokyopop from July 23, 2002 to April 10, 2007. The first volume of a 3-in-1 omnibus edition was additionally published under the title Priest: Genesis on April 5, 2011. Tokyopop also published the title digitally January 21, 2015.
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Rure
121 reading 34/mo
Korean , Shoujo , Adventure , Fantasy
c30
430 days ago
Ha-Ru is the daughter of a family that rules a remote island--she is also the heiress to this secluded land, something that Ha-Ru's half sister, Mi-Ru, resents. When Mi-Ru becomes upset and runs away, Ha-Ru follows her--and magically they are ushered into a foreign desert! And in this land, it's survival of the fittest! (Source: Tokyopop)
Rure had three volumes published in English by Tokyopop from October 9, 2007 to June 10, 2008, before the publisher went defunct.
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Shaolin Sisters
38 reading 36/mo
Japanese , Seinen , Adventure , Fantasy , Martial Arts
430 days ago
Separated at birth, three Shaolin Princesses trained in the arts of supernatural and physical combat must work together to defeat evil.


(Source: Tokyopop)
Fuun Sanshimai Lin³ was published in English as Shaolin Sisters by Tokyopop from July 16, 2002 to October 1, 2003.


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  • Magazine-Z (magazine)
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Shaolin Sisters: Reborn
22 reading 14/mo
Japanese , Seinen , Action , Adventure , Fantasy , Martial Arts
c20
430 days ago
When Julin Misumi has a recurring dream about an age ruled by martial arts, strange things start happening. She is attacked by a mysterious bird woman, saved by a masked man and given a bell by a little bird. Now she must team up with an enigmatic man named Hitoshi Ninno, who has given her the title of Toku-Lin - and the mission of saving the world. (Source: Tokyopop)
Shaolin Sisters: Reborn was published in English by Tokyopop from May 10, 2005 to March 7, 2006.


Publishers:
  • Magazine-Z (magazine)
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Kung-Fu Girl Juline
35 reading 24/mo
Japanese , Shoujo , Action , Martial Arts
c20
430 days ago
In a faraway village, in a magical land, live Juline, Bakuya, and Seika, daughters of the top three martial-arts schools. Join them on a quest to uncover the mystery of the Black Pearl, a new clan shrouded in shadows. Juline and the other clan leaders face a new threat in the form of the Black Pearl Guardians. Who are these mysterious warriors, and what is their link to the princesses' past? (Source: Tokyopop)
Kakutou Komusume Juline was published in English as Kung-Fu Girl Juline by Tokyopop and was serialized in their manga anthology magazine Smile. The volumes were published from January 16, 2001 to May 21, 2002. The series has also been published in French & German.


Publishers:
  • Amie Magazine (magazine)
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The Rules of Love
19/mo
Japanese , Josei , Drama , Romance
c3
430 days ago
To experience true love, sometimes you have to break the rules. Taku is a total player and a sometime-gigolo who has a little black book a mile thick . But when he meets a shy girl named Chizu who falls head over heels for him, he tries his hardest to change his playboy ways. This poignant volume from Sakurazawa-san depicts Taku and Chizu's bittersweet summer of love.


(Source: Tokyopop)
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Vampire Doll: Guilt-na-Zan
7 reading 56/mo
Japanese , Josei , Comedy , Horror
c49
430 days ago
Guilt-Na-Zan is a vampire aristocrat who was sealed into a cross by Kyouji's ancestor more than 100 years ago. Now Kyouji has revived him--although he was resurrected as a doll and can only transform into his real figure when he sucks blood from Kyouji's sister Tonae... But when you combine Goth clothes and hot vampires, slowly but surely everyone will start to feel like one big family! (Source: Tokyopop)
Vampire Doll: Guilt-na-Zan was published in English by Tokyopop from September 5, 2006 to September 29, 2009.


Publishers:
  • Zero-Sum WARD (magazine)
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Midori Days
364 reading 406/mo
Japanese , Shounen , Ecchi , Comedy , Drama , Romance , Supernatural
c92
430 days ago
Seiji Sawamura is the toughest seventeen-year-old in town, feared by all for his fighting prowess and his deadly "Devil's Right Hand." But at heart, Seiji is a softy, and all he wants is an end to his seventeen-year history of being a lonely single guy. Unfortunately, his tough-guy reputation only serves to decrease his popularity with the ladies, until one day he wakes up to find a girl named Midori has replaced his right hand, and admits she has had a crush on him since middle school.
Publishers:
  • Shounen Sunday (magazine)
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Aoi Destruction!
33 reading 42/mo
Japanese , Shounen , Comedy , Martial Arts
c6
430 days ago
Aoi Destruction is a compilation of short storied by Kazurou Inoue (Midori no Hibi and Aikora).


The first 3 chapters are dedicated to the title story (Aoi Destruction). Which continues the adventures of Samejima, Tetsuo and his trap father Aoi from Midori no Hibi.


Story 2 is "Koshoten Yakou Funsenki" (古書店夜光奮戦記- Rare Bookshop Owner Yakou's Hard-Fighting Chronicles)."


Story 3 is "Full Scratch Eiji (フルスクラッチ・エイジ)", about a boy who tries to get away from his otaku past.


Story 4 is "Otone no Naisho (音禰のないしょ - Otone's Predicament)", a story about a young samurai girl who finds herself the owner of a perverted possessed katana.


(Source: MU)
Publishers:
  • Shounen Sunday (magazine)
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Wild Adapter
85 reading 152/mo
Japanese , Shounen ai , Action , Comedy , Mystery , Drama
430 days ago
Makoto Kubota wandered through life, not taking things too seriously or looking too deep within himself. His job as the head of the Izumo Group's youth gang kept him pleasantly occupied with yakuza wars, mahjong and assassinations... Until the day he stumbled upon a strange drug called Wild Adapter that produces bizarre side-effects—including death. Forever changed, Kubota becomes entangled with a drifter named Minoru Tokito, and the two form an unlikely companionship that draws them deeper into the mystery of Wild Adapter...


(Source: Tokyopop)
Wild Adapter had six volumes published in English by Tokyopop from February 13, 2007 to November 4, 2008. Before this, Chuang Yi had published four volumes in English, but they have since become defunct.


Publishers:
  • Zero-Sum Online (magazine)
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High School Debut
1K reading 1.8K/mo
Japanese , Shoujo , Comedy , Drama , Romance , Slice of Life
430 days ago
While in middle school, Haruna Nagashima threw herself into playing softball while secretly dreaming of finding romance, but without any luck. High school has just started for her, and she now has the perfect chance to fall in love with a potential boyfriend. But there's one problem—she has no idea where to begin!


On her first day of school, she accidentally bumps into You Komiyama, the most popular boy in the year. With his stunning looks, Haruna is positive he can help. The handsome boy reluctantly agrees to coach her about love under one condition: she must not fall in love with him. Under You's guidance, will Haruna be able to kick off her high school debut and find herself a boyfriend?
Koukou Debut was published in English by VIZ Media under the Shojo Beat imprint in 13 volumes between January 31, 2008 and February 2, 2010; and again in 5 3-in-1 editions between February 4, 2014 and February 3, 2015.


The series was also adapted into a drama CD; a novel written by Kuramoto Yuu; and a Japanese live-action film adaptation in 2011.


The manga was a best-selling series during its publication in Japan and was well-received by critics in North America.


Publishers:
  • Bessatsu Margaret (magazine)
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Canon
279 reading 433/mo
Japanese , Shoujo , Drama , Horror , Supernatural
385 days ago
This suspenseful, supernatural series tells the tale of Canon, the only student to escape from a bloody vampire attack that took the lives of her fellow classmates and turned her into one of the undead. Struggling against the terrible needs that compel her, Canon commits herself to use her powers for good and do whatever she can to avenge the deaths of her friends and her own terrible fate. Joining forces with a talking, vampire crow, she begins her quest to find Rodd, Lord of the Vampires. (Source: CMX)
Canon was published in English by CMX Manga from April 30, 2007 to January 8, 2008.
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Crimson Hero
400 reading 337/mo
Japanese , Shoujo , Drama , Romance , Sports
c83
430 days ago
All that matters to 15-year-old Nobara Sumiyoshi is volleyball—she's an awesome player with big-time ambitions. But sometimes it seems like a girl just can't get a break in the competitive world of high school volleyball.


(Source: VIZ Media)


Included one-shots:

Volume 15: "Second"

Volume 16: Sugar
Beniiro Hero was partially published in English as Crimson Hero by VIZ Media under Shojo Beat imprint from November 29, 2005 to November 2, 2010 with only the first 14 volumes.


Publishers:
  • Bessatsu Margaret (magazine)
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Gunslinger Girl
249 reading 387/mo
Japanese , Action , Drama , Military , Psychological
430 days ago
The Social Welfare Agency in Italy is not what it seems. Yes, it rescues young girls who have been brutalized, but it then brainwashes them and turns them into ruthless killers for an elite and secret counter-terrorism unit for the Italian government.


Enter a young girl named Henrietta. After witnessing the savage murder of her family and barely surviving, the Agency takes her in and repairs her injuries using the latest in cybernetic technology. All traces of Henrietta's past are wiped from her mind, as she becomes one of the Agency's most lethal assassins.


(Source: Seven Seas Entertainment)
Gunslinger Girl had six volumes published in English by ADV Manga from December 29, 2003 to December 11, 2007, following several periods of hiatus. After the publisher went defunct, Seven Seas picked up the license, republishing the entire series with new translations and in an omnibus edition (with the exception of the last volume) from February 1, 2011 to July 2, 2013.


Publishers:
  • Dengeki Daioh (magazine)
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Fairy Cube
77 reading 70/mo
Japanese , Shoujo , Action , Drama , Fantasy , Romance
430 days ago
Ian and Rin used to just see spirits. Now Ian is one. Using the Fairy Cube, Ian must figure out how to stop the lizard-spirit Tokage from taking over his life and destroying any chance he has of resurrection. Ian is transported to another world by the fairy Ainsel, who promises to help him stop Tokage upon their return to the human plane.


(Source: VIZ Media)


Included one-shot:

Volume 3:
Fairy Cube was published in English by VIZ Media under the Shojo Beat imprint from May 6 to November 4, 2008.


Publishers:
  • Hana to Yume (magazine)
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Magic Knight Rayearth II
19 reading 77/mo
Japanese , Shoujo , Adventure , Fantasy , Magic
c9
430 days ago
Hikaru, Fuu, and Umi are once again transported to Cephiro. But, with the Pillar gone, they don't know how they could have been transported back. As they meet up with old friends, they find that Cephiro is now crumbling because they do not have a pillar. They also find that gates from other worlds have opened, and the leaders want the Pillar to themselves for their own selfish reasons. Hikaru, Umi, and Fuu must now set out to save Cephiro form dying.


(Source: ANN)
Magic Knight Rayearth 2 was first published in English by Tokyopop from June 2000 to June 2003, as volumes 4-6 of Magic Knight Rayearth. Tokyopop rereleased the series in an unflipped version, first as a collector's edition box set on April 25, 2003, and as individual volumes from February 8, 2004 to June 8, 2004. Dark Horse later took over the license, and published the series in omnibus format on April 11, 2012, and later digitally on August 13, 2014.


Publishers:
  • Nakayoshi (magazine)
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Hunter x Hunter
8.6 5.6K reading 14.3K/mo
Japanese , Shounen , Action , Adventure , Fantasy , Super Power
430 days ago
"Secret treasure hoards, undiscovered wealth... mystical places, unexplored frontiers... 'The mysterious unknown.' There's magic in such words for those captivated by its spell. They are called 'Hunters'!"


Gon Freecss wants to become a Hunter so he can find his father, a man who abandoned him to pursue a life of adventure. But it's not that simple: only one in one hundred thousand can pass the Hunter Exam, and that is just the first obstacle on his journey. During the Hunter Exam, Gon befriends many other potential Hunters, such as the mysterious Killua; the revenge-driven Kurapika; and Leorio, who aims to become a doctor. There's a world of adventure and peril awaiting, and those who embrace it with open arms can become the greatest Hunters of them all!
Hunter x Hunter has been published in English by VIZ Media under the Shonen Jump Advanced imprint since April 5, 2005; in Brazilian Portuguese by Jbc since January 2008; in Spanish by Panini Comics since October 2012; and in Italian by Panini Comics.


The series has been serialized irregularly since 2006 due to Yoshihiro Togashi's health problems.


Publishers:
  • Shounen Jump (magazine)
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Magic Knight Rayearth
41 reading 363/mo
Japanese , Shoujo , Comedy , Fantasy , Magic , Mecha
c9
430 days ago
Three high school girls—hot-blooded Hikaru Shidou, haughty Umi Ryuuzaki, and gentle Fuu Hououji—have just met at Tokyo Tower when they hear a call for help that pulls them into another world. They are soon greeted by Guru Clef, a youthful-looking man who informs them that they are the legendary Magic Knights summoned by Princess Emeraude to save this magical land known as Cephiro.


While Hikaru finds the prospect exciting, Umi and Fuu simply want to return to their own world. Unfortunately for them, Clef explains that they cannot go home until they have saved Cephiro and banished the monsters plaguing it. In order to do so, they have to rescue Princess Emeraude from the clutches of the powerful Lord Zagato. To stand a chance against him, they must revive mysterious beings called Mashin.


As Clef grants the trio armor and magic, one of Zagato's servants attacks, forcing the guru to send the girls away to the weaponsmith Presea and the rabbit-like guide Mokona, who can further equip them for their journey. Though they have a long way to go, Hikaru, Umi, and Fuu will show that they have what it takes to live up to their titles as Magic Knights and bring salvation to Cephiro.
Magic Knight Rayearth was first published in English by Tokyopop from August 1998 to September 1999, as Tokyopop's debut manga. The publishing company rereleased the series as a box set with new cover art and a mini art book in November 2002, and as individual volumes from August 5, 2003 to December 9, 2003. Dark Horse later took over the license, and released the manga in printed omnibus format on July 19, 2011, as well as digitally on July 9, 2014.


Publishers:
  • Nakayoshi (magazine)
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Lunar Legend Tsukihime
495 reading 1.1K/mo
Japanese , Action , Horror , Romance , Supernatural
c74
430 days ago
Shiki Toono awakens in a hospital to find the walls and people around him covered in black lines. Unable to recall his past memories, Shiki is told that he survived a fatal car accident, which left a fragment lodged into his chest. His attraction to the lines lead him to trace over an object, revealing his ability to destroy it. After realizing only he is able to see these lines, Shiki is given a pair of glasses to mask them, before starting a new life with his relatives.


Eight years later, the death of his father leads Shiki back to the Toono mansion, his childhood home. One day, leaving school due to anxiety, he passes by a mysterious woman. A sudden urge overtakes him, and once again, he uses his ability to trace the lines that cover her. Soon after, he wakes up in the mansion, questioning whether what had transpired was a dream or reality.


Shingetsutan Tsukihime tells a tale enveloped in adventure, romance, and mystery. As Shiki begins to unveil his past, what lingers in the unknown soon comes back to haunt him.
Shingetsutan Tsukihime had six volumes published in English as Tsukihime by DrMaster from August 9, 2005 to March 24, 2009 before the publisher went defunct.


Publishers:
  • Dengeki Daioh (magazine)
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Take Moon
59 reading 66/mo
Japanese , Adventure , Comedy , parody , Romance , Supernatural
c21
430 days ago
A TYPE-MOON's staff member artist Takenashi Eri has created many side stories published in official anthology comics for the most of the group's projects: Shingetsutan Tsukihime, Kagetsu Tooya, Melty Blood, and Fate/stay night—you'll find your favorite characters in various hilarious situations that weren't covered by any of the original products.


(Source: MU)
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Melty Blood
127 reading 611/mo
Japanese , Action , Comedy , Fantasy , Horror , Supernatural
c32
430 days ago
Based on the doujin fighting game, Melty Blood, created by the doujin group, Watanabe Seisakujou now known as French Bread. The story is one of two side-story sequels that occur approximately a year after the good ending story of Arcueid's from the original Type-Moon game, Tsukihime.


One year has passed since the "Serial Vampire Homicide case," that occurred in Tsukihime, was solved. But now the rumors of the serial murder are happening again and so once more Shiki Toono patrols the city to find this phantom killer. While patrolling he meets and fights a mysterious woman by the name of Sion Eltnam Atlasia, member of the church group 'Alchemist of Atlas,' who is in search of curing vampirism. But to do so she needs data from Arcueid, the last True Ancestor, to help her in her research. But this wont be easy as Ciel is also patrolling the city looking for the rumored killer, while Akiha has been acting strangely the past few days and also Arcueid hasn't been seen for awhile, could she be the killer...?


(Source: Beast's Lair)
Publishers:
  • Comp Ace (magazine)
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All Around Type-Moon
3 reading 17/mo
Japanese , Seinen , Comedy , Slice of Life
c11
430 days ago
A manga crossover of Type-Moon characters.
Publishers:
  • TYPE-MOON Ace (magazine)
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Type-Moon Gakuen: Chibichuki!
23 reading 33/mo
Japanese , Comedy
c10
85 days ago
A gag manga featuring numerous characters from various Type-Moon works in a school setting.
Publishers:
  • Comptiq (magazine)
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Witch on the Holy Night
1 reading
Japanese , Mystery , Magic , Supernatural
It is the late 1980s. Rumors of a witch living inside an old mansion circulate in the city. Unbeknownst to observers, living inside the mansion is an actual witch, Alice Kuonji, a stoic woman and a magus hiding in the present day. Under her tutelage studies Aoko Aozaki, a high school student studying magecraft as the head of the Aozaki family. As magi, the two of them secretly fight any threat that enters their town.


Things start to change when a young man unfamiliar with city life, Soujuurou Shizuki, enters their lives. Slowly, he affects the lives of these two magi. And so their story begins...


(Source: TV Tropes)
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The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
63 reading 214/mo
Japanese , Action , Adventure , Fantasy , Magic
430 days ago
In the mystical land of Hyrule, three spiritual stones hold the key to the Triforce, and whoever holds them will control the world. A boy named Link sets out on a quest to deliver the Emerald, the spiritual stone of the forest, to Zelda, Princess of the land of Hyrule. The journey will be long and perilous, and Link will need all his skill and courage to defeat evil. The battle for Hyrule and the Sacred Realm has begun!


(Source: VIZ Media)
Zelda no Densetsu: Toki no Ocarina was published in English as The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, as the first two volumes in the The Legend of Zelda series, by VIZ Media under the VIZ Kids imprint, from October 7 to December 2, 2008. The two books were also included in the 10-volume box set released October 25, 2011. The series was rereleased as the first volume of VIZ Media's The Legend of Zelda: Legendary Edition on November 1, 2016.
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The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
48 reading 237/mo
Japanese , Action , Fantasy
c10
430 days ago
Based off the popular N64 game. Looking for a old friend in the lost woods, Link soon finds himself thrown into a parallel world by the mischievous actions of a possessed Skull Kid. Link finds a land in grave danger. The dark power of a relic called Majora's Mask has wreaked havoc on the citizens of Termina, but their most urgent problem is a suicidal moon crashing toward the world. Link has only 72 hours to find a way to stop its descent.


(Source: ANN)
Zelda no Densetsu: Majora no Kamen was published in English as The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask, the third volume in the The Legend of Zelda series, by VIZ Media under the VIZ Kids imprint on February 3, 2009. It was also included in the 10-volume box set released October 25, 2011. The series was rereleased, alongside , as the third volume of VIZ Media's The Legend of Zelda: Legendary Edition on March 14, 2017.
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The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
553 reading 496/mo
Japanese , Action , Adventure , Fantasy , Magic
c28
430 days ago
Link, a shepherd from Ordon Village, sees village children, including with his childhood friend Ilia, being kidnapped by monsters. He chases after them only to find his world covered in twilight. Thereupon Link suddenly transforms into a wolf and finds a mysterious character named Midna. His journey to bring back light into the world begins.


(Source: MU)
Zelda no Densetsu: Twilight Princess is based on 2006 Nintendo Wii and GameCube game of the same title. It was initially to be serialized in an academic magazine since April 2007, but because the game received CERO's B rating the plans were suspended.


The series has been published in English as The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess by VIZ Media since March 14, 2017.


Publishers:
  • MangaONE (magazine)
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The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons
27 reading 87/mo
Japanese , Action , Adventure , Fantasy , Magic
c10
430 days ago
In a small village in Hyrule, a boy named Link has the mark of the Triforce on his left hand. It is a mark of destiny that leads Link on a fantastic adventure! Transported to the land of Holodrum, Link meets Din, the Oracle of Seasons. When a plot to steal the seasons from Holodrum unfolds, Link must battle the evil General Onox to save Holodrum and his friends from a terrible fate!


(Source: VIZ Media)
Zelda no Densetsu: Fushigi no Kinomi - Daichi no Shou was published in English as The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons, the fourth volume in the The Legend of Zelda series, by VIZ Media under the VIZ Kids imprint, on April 7, 2009. It was also included in the 10-volume box set published October 25, 2011. The series was rereleased alongside Zelda no Densetsu: Fushigi no Kinomi - Jikuu no Shou, as the second volume of VIZ Media's The Legend of Zelda: Legendary Edition, on January 10, 2017.
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Zelda no Densetsu: Toki no Ocarina 3D
Chinese , Action , Adventure , Fantasy , Magic
As the final battle begins between Link and the evil Ganondorf, Link begins to receive flashbacks of his long journey leading up to this moment.
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Rave Master
1.3K reading 3.2K/mo
Japanese , Shounen , Adventure , Comedy , Fantasy
430 days ago
Fifty years ago, the wielders of the sacred Rave stones fought against an onslaught caused by demon stones called Dark Bring. This war resulted in an explosion known as "Overdrive"—a blast so powerful that it sent the Dark Bring into a deep slumber and scattered the pieces of Rave across the world.


In the present, Haru Glory lives a peaceful life on Garage Island until one day, he catches the creature Plue while fishing. Plue is later recognized by Shiba Roses, an old man who happens to be the original Rave Master. Shiba explains that the Dark Bring has resurfaced, and that to stop it, assembling the scattered parts of Rave is of utmost urgency. However, before Shiba can leave on this mission, he is attacked by a soldier from the evil organization Demon Card, forcing him to transfer the power of Rave to Haru. With the fate of humankind resting on his shoulders, the new Rave Master begins his quest to find the scattered Rave fragments.
Rave was published in English by Tokyopop as Rave Master for 32 volumes from February 11, 2003 to February 10, 2009, until their license with Kodansha expired. Del Rey later gained the license and published the final three volumes in a single omnibus on May 24, 2011. Kodansha Comics USA digitally published the entire series in single volumes on October 3, 2017. It was also published in Spanish by Norma Editorial from February 2004 to February 2010.


Publishers:
  • Shounen Magazine (magazine)
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Rave: Plue no Inu Nikki
Japanese , Adventure , Comedy
Different tales and adventures of the well-known Plue from Hiro Mashima's works.
Publishers:
  • Comic Bonbon (magazine)
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Mashima-en
45 reading 59/mo
Japanese , Shounen , Ecchi , Action , Adventure , Comedy , Dementia , Drama , Magic , Martial Arts , Supernatural
c8
430 days ago
A collection of one-shots by Mashima Hiro


Vol 1:

Magician

Fairy Tail

Cocona

Plue no Bouken Nikki II (Plue's Adventures Pt. II)


Vol 2:

Bad Boys Song

Magic Party

Xmas Hearts (Christmas Hearts)

Kongou Sentai Mixture (Fighting Group Mixture)
Publishers:
  • Shounen Magazine (magazine)
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Fairy Tail S: Tales from Fairy Tail
4 reading 790/mo
Japanese , Shounen , Comedy , Fantasy , Magic
c18
430 days ago
not included in the main entry.
Fairy Tail S has been published in English as Fairy Tail S: Tales from Fairy Tail by Kodansha Comics USA since October 24, 2017.


Publishers:
  • Magazine Special (magazine)
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Mashima Hero's
216 reading 4.4K/mo
Japanese , Shounen , Action , Adventure , Comedy , Fantasy
430 days ago
A crossover of Rave, Fairy Tail, and Edens Zero to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Shounen Magazine.
Publishers:
  • Shounen Magazine (magazine)
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Ouran High School Host Club
1.8K reading 5K/mo
Japanese , Shoujo , Comedy , Drama , Romance , Harem , Gender Bender
430 days ago
At Ouran High School, an academy where only the children of the rich and powerful attend, there exists a club consisting of the most elite of the student body: the legendary Host Club. Within the club's room, six beautiful, bored boys spend their time entertaining equally beautiful and bored girls.


Haruhi Fujioka, a poor scholarship student, has no interest in the Host Club—until she breaks a valuable vase in their clubroom. After being mistaken for a boy, Haruhi is forced by Kyouya Ootori to work for the Host Club to repay her debt. Tamaki Suou, the princely leader of the club, eagerly takes her under his wing to teach her the ways of the host.


Things, however, are never quite so simple with the Host Club around. Even the most mundane events can turn into huge spectacles with the likes of prankster twins Hikaru and Kaoru Hitachiin, stoic Takashi Morinozuka, and sweet Mitsukuni "Hunny" Haninozuka. The crazy adventures of the Host Club are just beginning, and Haruhi must learn how to survive in the glitzy world of the hosts.


Note: The final volume contains a special bonus chapter where the group travels to Spain.
Ouran Koukou Host Club was published in English as Ouran High School Host Club by VIZ Media under the Shojo Beat imprint from July 5, 2005 to June 5, 2012. An 18-volume boxed-set including an exclusive notepad featuring character's art was released on November 6, 2012. It was also was published in Polish by Japonica Polonica Fantastica from October 2009 to September 2013.


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  • LaLa (magazine)
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Ouran Koukou Host Club
5K/mo
Japanese , Comedy , Romance , Harem
Host Club is a club of handsome boys at Ouran High School who entertain the girls glamorously. All of a sudden, the coolest person in club, Kyouya, turns 180 degrees and Tamaki is jealous of seeing Haruhi correspond with director of Ouran Academy. In the middle of the disturbance, suddenly all club members fell into underground world.
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Ouran Koukou Host Club Short Special
5K/mo
Japanese , Comedy
A short chapter about Host Club's life in Boston (after chapter 83).
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  • LaLa (magazine)
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Ouran Koukou Host Club University Special
5K/mo
Japanese , Shoujo , Comedy , Drama , Romance , Harem , Gender Bender
Two years after the Main Series. Haruhi and everyone are in the University.


This is released to celebrate airing of live-action drama.
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  • LaLa (magazine)
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UraHos!!
Japanese , Shoujo , Comedy
Crossover between Ouran Koukou Host Club and Urakata!!
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  • LaLa DX (magazine)
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"Aruto" no "A"
1 reading
Japanese , Shoujo , Drama , Music , Romance
Aruto Kashiwayama is a budding pianist. She lodges at a famous conductor's house. Aruto's relationships with the conductor's son Hokuto and her first love Masaru are revealed.


(Source: MU)
Publishers:
  • Betsucomi (magazine)
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2001 Nights
37 reading 100/mo
Japanese , Seinen , Drama , Space
c19
430 days ago
A collection of short stories that look to mankind's exploration of space, and examine the possibilities that we could face when we decide to take those first fateful steps into the unknown.


(Source: MU)
2001 Ya Monogatari was published in English as 2001 Nights by VIZ Media, first in comic book format, for a total of 10 issues, from July 1990 to May 1991, and later in tankoubon format, in 1996.
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2001+5
62 reading 85/mo
Japanese
430 days ago
Hoshino add 5 new stories to his space saga.


1. Yoru no Taikai no Naka de (2001 Ya Monogatari Bangaihen)

Spinoff of the famous 2001 Nights.


2-4. Arthur World (STARSHIP ADVENTURE Star Field)

5. Sarari-za no Akai Hoshi (STARSHIP ADVENTURE Star Field)

6. Ikari no Utsuwa

7. Ougon no Wakusei (Space Fantasy Part1)

8. Dollmen (Space Fantasy Part2)

9. Kyokuten e no Tabi (Space Fantasy Part3)

10. Phobos Daimos

11. Kiri no Wakusei
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Elemental Gelade
265 reading 305/mo
Japanese , Shounen , Action , Adventure , Fantasy , Magic , Romance
c96
430 days ago
Coud is a young sky pirate who discovered a girl with mysterious powers on what had seemed like a routine mission. Ren has the ability to lend Coud bizarre fighting capabilities (his arm turns into a giant blade of some sort), being part of a race of beings called Edel Reid, but being the possessor of a stone called the Elemental Gelade, she has powers even beyond the norm.


(Source: Tokyopop)
Erementar Gerad was first published in English as Elemental Gelade by Tokyopop, who published the first twelve volumes from July 11, 2006 to September 7, 2010. DMG later took over the license, and published the series digitally as Erementar Gerade from March 6, 2012 to January 30, 2013.


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  • Comic Blade (magazine)
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Erementar Gerade: Flag of Bluesky
69 reading 35/mo
Japanese , Shounen , Action , Adventure , Fantasy , Magic , Romance
c23
430 days ago
The Kingdom of the Sun, Fuajarl was ruthlessly invaded by the Garden of Eden. They came seeking the King's Edel Raid, rumored to be one of the Shichikou-houju (Seven Glittering Jewels).


Sensing their intent, the King hid his daughter with his Edel Raid and fought against the invasion but was defeated in battle that resulted in the desert kingdom being blanketed in a sheet of white snow.


Escaping capture, the Crown Princess Achea Fuajarl XIV reacted with Jeen, the King's Edel Raid, and along with Puffe, the Kingdom's only mechanic, fled Fuajarl in an ancient tank. They are on a journey to restore the Kingdom and exact vengeance on the Garden of Eden.


This story takes place two years after Erementar Gerad.


(Source: MU)
Erementar Gerad: Aozora no Senki has been digitally published in English as Erementar Gerade: Flag of Bluesky by Digital Manga Publishing since May 7, 2013.


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  • Comic Avarus (magazine)
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