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Vol.1 - Ringo-hen
Vol.2 - Momo & Mikan Papa Hen (MOMO & MIKAN version)
Momo's story is sweet and fresh. It's a romantic comedy.
Make "love" as enriching as possible? Must have elements of "Di*k, Play, Position!!" (di*k, foreplay, sexual position.)
Lovely Tsumori speaks a word, and it makes Momo think of an art of pleasure!
Yes, Momo! You can be a good shag!! Just go for it!
Momo's father, Mikan, his story is a bit serious.
He is idiosyncratic, and his nature makes his match lose his sprit of rivalry.
Knowing that he's been doing mean things, he has been doing Judo* (* Japanese art of self-defense) in his ardent desire to fulfill a promise with Kawashima.
But, unluckily, Kawashima becomes icy against him. Mikan can't stand it... what he's gonna do...?
The story "Kireani" was published in the third volume.
- drap (magazine)
To survive a fatal train wreck, Sekai Maihime is thrust back in time where she discovers she has hidden powers that are connected to a doll, 'S.' She is both aided and limited by 'S's' vague (but kind) guardian, Sovieul, who is the cause for Sekai's presence in 17th century France. Sovieul vows to protect Sekai, but offers little information as to why these strange events are happening.
Unfortunately, they encounter Machiavello (also referred to as the Devil) who looks a lot like Sekai's childhood friend and love Midou. Machiavello covets the powers shared by Sekai and 'S' so he may obtain the power of the Devil R. Sekai only wants to find Midou and return to her time, but she's constantly hindered by her conflicting desires with 'S' and by Machiavello's attempts to obtain her body. To find Midou, Sekai must cooperate with 'S' and Sovieul to traverse through time while avoiding Machiavello.
Unfortunately, they encounter Machiavello (also referred to as the Devil) who looks a lot like Sekai's childhood friend and love Midou. Machiavello covets the powers shared by Sekai and 'S' so he may obtain the power of the Devil R. Sekai only wants to find Midou and return to her time, but she's constantly hindered by her conflicting desires with 'S' and by Machiavello's attempts to obtain her body. To find Midou, Sekai must cooperate with 'S' and Sovieul to traverse through time while avoiding Machiavello. (Source: Tokyopop)
- Asuka (magazine)
[Written by shinkeikaku]
She wanted to be free for once in her life, and decided to rebel. But the result of such rebellion.... being a mom?!
"Who the heck are you? Where did a ugly pumpkin like this roll in from? You think I was born a man, just to live with a ugly girl like you?"
Bravely standing her ground against a spoiled young master, Chun-Doong Mah, with her child. Chun-Doong and Sun-Nam's tumultuous diary of raising a child!!
The series was published in English as Revolutionary Girl Utena by VIZ Media from January 9, 2002 to March 3, 2004 and ran in their Shoujo anthology magazine Animerica Extra. The publisher re-released the series in a deluxe box set on April 11, 2017.
- Ciao (magazine)
1. Feelings I Want To Show
2. Late Relations
3. Tiny Temptation
4. Stubborn Girlfriend
5. Don't Call Me "Ane-San"
6. Aim For Papa-San!
7. Mood Crusher
8. Fruitless Threat
9. Sensei Can't Stop
10. My Pillow
11. Ohh, Tiger Neechan
- Comic Momohime (magazine)
1. Sayonara, Papa. 14-sai: Tabidachi
2. Sayonara, Papa. 14-sai: Sotsugyou
3. Miai de Gohan
5. Koyuki-chan to Asobou!
6. Sayonara, Papa.
Not only that, his flashy sense of fashion also makes him look like a flamboyant member of a local host club. Nevertheless, his fatherly love for his only son knows no bound! And today, he is going to annoy his son energetically to no end, yet again…
Absurd father-and-son comedy duo BEGIN!
(Source: Dangerous Pleasure)
- HertZ (magazine)
4. Ore no Yome ni Kareshi ga Hairimashita
5-6. Ijiwaru Ookami to Bukiyou Papa-san
- Chara (magazine)
An interesting story of the intertwined fate of these three teenagers. And who could be the guy that Sae-in is talking to through telekenesis?
(Source: Pinoymanga Scans)
- Go Go Bunch (magazine)
While she adjusts to her happy new life with Sangbum, however, Myunghae is shocked to learn that her boyfriend is now dating her best friend. And then she has to contend with the attentions of Bokit, one of the popular kids at school...
- Young You (magazine)
(Source: Libre, translated)
- Kurofune Zero (magazine)
- Cocohana (magazine)
- Comic LO (magazine)
- Hanaoto (magazine)
About 3 years later his sister asked him to visit and babysit her girls. His life was turned upside down when the girls’ parents went missing. Yūta now has to live with his sister’s three daughters: a tsundere (Sora, 14 years old), a little demon (Miu, 10 years old) and a baby girl (Hina, 3 years old), two of which are from a previous marriage and not related by blood, in a six tatami mat sized room.
Kazuhiko is a black ops agent who is called on an unusual mission: he must escort Sue, an innocent waif who has lived in isolation for years, to an unknown destination. But there is a dark reason for Sue´s life of captivity, and Kazuhiko discovers that his mission is more dangerous than it looks.
No mundo do Cyberpunk, as forças armadas conduziram uma busca por crianças que têm a habilidade mágica de manipular a tecnologia, os populares “CLOVERS”. As demonstrações de seus poderes incluem a teleportação e armas chamadas do ar fino. Classificadas de acordo com o nível de poder, as crianças vem então, com um símbolo do Projeto Trevo. O número das folhas no trevo indicam seu poder. Suu é a única com trevo de quatro folhas descoberta. Devido a esse fato, Suu é impedida de ter contato com outros seres humanos, pois o governo teme que ela possa desenvolver sentimentos e ser usada como uma arma contra a segurança do país. Sendo isolada do alcance da humanidade, Suu almeja apenas um coisa, encontrar a felicidade…
- Manga Action (magazine)
- Manga Erotics F (magazine)
The [in]famous light novel that spawned the popular OVA. Written by Ken Nanbara and illustrated by Sae Momoki.
(Source: Hakusensha's PTKITD Fan Site)
The first chapter was published in English in the educational publication Mangajin's issue #44 in April 1995.
- Morning (magazine)