The story of the comedy manga revolves around Yuji Yugami and Chihiro Watanuki, who sit next to each other in class. Unfortunately for the transfer student Chihiro, Yuji is weird... extremely weird. Even though he's the ace of the baseball club, he hasn't adapted to the club at all. He also stands apart from the rest of the class, but seems completely satisfied with being alone.
"In December of 1970 Takemiya published a short story, "In the Sunroom" (in Bessatsu Shojo Komikku) which is possibly the first shonen-ai manga published and contains the earliest known male-male kiss in shōjo manga.
The manga volume consists of five shorter stories:
- Sunroom Nite (In the Sunroom, 1970)
- Hohoemu Shounen (The Laughing Boy, 1972)
- 20 no Hiru to Yoru (20 Days and Nights, 1973)
- Star! (1974)
- Mister no Kotori (The Mr.'s Baby Bird, 1975)"
Coco Felkena is an orphan whose ambition is to become a pirate. So, when he happens to get invited to join the crew of his role model, Crazy Barts, he can't help being surprised! As he embarks on a world-spanning adventure alongside Barts and the rest of the misfit crew of the Sweet Madonna, he learns of an old pirate legend about a forgotten civilization and its treasures, as well as his mysterious connection to it all. In this tale of adventure, family, and destiny, Coco faces the greatest question of his life: What kind of man will he become?
It is a tale full of sorrow. From now let's recite a slow and beautiful story from long ago.
Shiva, a young girl who loves to stroll about in the countryside, lives in an otherwise deserted village with her guardian, a wendigo-like gentleman known only as “Teacher.” He forbids her from going outside, so she won't be cursed, but Shiva's curiosity makes her yearn for more. What is really behind the mystery of the curse from the Outside?
Taking place eight years after the fall of Leitzweiss, this direct continuation of Full Ahead! Coco focuses on the continuing adventures of the Twin Sword Pirates. A crew made up of Coco, Chako, Rau, and more, they search for treasures abound upon the open seas. One such treasure would be the pillar of reality, which Coco vows to find so he can use it to discover the rumored whereabouts of an actual, living angel.
Kanori makes a new friend on her first day at a new school, Kazumi, and she decides to participate in a group date with her new best friend. Each leaves the place with a partner. But while Kazumi is head over heels with her new boyfriend, Kanori isn’t feeling anything as special…
The genius surgeon calling himself Black Jack has grown old and while his skill is sharp as ever, he's now fighting illness of his own. At times he falls into comatose state from which he won't wake up for roughly thirty hours. Yet, his unparalleled skill with a surgical knife is still in high demand. His current case leads him into dictatorship country slowly falling into ruin as its Supreme Leader is gravely ill.
This story is about a man who steals others' luck by touching them with his bare hands. He takes luck away from those "bad" men who have been doing horrible things and makes their death look like a coincidence. With all this luck, what does he do with it, how does he use it?
A high school 3rd year student, Miyamoto Dai, whose heart was touched by Jazz, continued to play the Saxophone alone in Kawahara, rain or shine, day or night, for many years. "I want to become the world's best Saxophone player...!!" Effort, talent, faith, environment, luck...which are necessary? A tale of reaching towards his goal recklessly and sincerely begins in Hirosegawa, Sendai.
Was nominated for the 8th and 9th Manga Taisho Award. Won the 62nd Shogakukan Manga Award for general manga. Won the 20th Japan Media Arts Festival's Grand Prize for Manga. Official website: http://bluegiant.jp
Robot is an all-color manga compilation compiled and edited by the elite manga artist Range Murata, character designer for Studio Gonzo's Last Exile and Blue Submarine No. 6. Murata's hand-picked contributors come together in a mind blowing experiment of what happens when top manga artists work in the unusual medium of color.
Robot was partially published in English, the first three volumes by Digital Manga Publishing from September 19, 2005 to December 1, 2006, after which the license was taken over by Udon Entertainment, who published volumes 4 and 5 from December 1, 2007 to May 1, 2008, before they too dropped the license. It has been published in its entirety in French by Glénat.
Anthology of stories by different Shoujo/Josei Authors
1) Borderline (NEMU Youko) **Also printed in Nemu Youko's Shounen Shoujo**
2) Akatsuki no Stallion (SHINOHARA Chie)
3) Ashita no Nyaata (NISHI Keiko)
4) Hibi Kore Neko Jitsu (HATSU Akiko)
5) Bokura Shinbun (OUSAKA Mieko)
6) Sorekara (Hozumi) **Also printed in Hozumi's Shiki no Zenjitsu**
7) Neko ni Umare Kawatta Boku wa (SAKURAWA Asuka)
8) Kyou wa Shuppatsu no Hi (OOUCHI Eiko)
9) 04992 (Est Em)
We came from the far future, where most of the adults have disappeared as if they vanished into thin air and all of the children are managed by a few adults. To discover the cause behind human extinction and to evade it from that root cause... That's what we had jumped to the past for, supposedly.
A boy sitting in the seats of a movie theater fidgets with his cellphone. "Before aptitude or anything, trying to change the future with just five kids? You would think there's a limit to lack of planning," he typed on his cellphone.
The boys wonder if they had really come to the past. Why? Because, ever since they arrived, they haven't stepped one foot outside this theater.
Note: This manga is included as a bonus with the limited OVA Blu-ray disc.
Follow the adventures of Zack, a crazy boy with even crazier strength who loves to fight! What starts out as an innocent boxing match soon leads Zack into the world of invincible demon-possessed teenagers, acid-spewing mutants, and craven, bloodthirsty cultists! If you're looking for a manga that just bleeds insanity, then you've found it!
Michihara Yutaka likes to eat but afraid of gaining weight. Katsuragi Botan likes to cook and gives food. Chances let Michihara to sit beside Katsuragi, her crush, and Katsuragi just loves to give her foods! What will happen to her diet (and love)?
The World Rift. A giant line of water jets that divides the world in two. Eight years ago, an epic battle punctured a hole through the rift and strange creatures began to leak into the known world, making it so that the only ones who venture out to sea are fools and pirates.
Cherry Blossom is one of these aspiring pirates, setting out to sea in order to find something important to him. Along the way, he crosses paths with Sun, a mysterious boy who holds the World Rift Tear, an amulet said to be the key to traversing the World Rift and discovering what lies beyond. Together, they set out into uncharted seas, inviting any grand adventures that awaits them!
Book with manga & illustrations from Japanese and international artists for the FIFA World Cup 2002.
1. Otomo Katsuhiro - Cover Illustration
2. Inoue Takehiko - I love this game
3. Kamijo Atsushi - Kaerenai ko hito (Those Who Will Never Return)
About a girl name Tchie as she reminsces the time she had with her two best friends.
4. Matsumoto Taiyou - Mie ken no shounen
5. «Mizugame 3» - Lust for Life
Tajima Sho-u (Gorilla Kick), Obata Takeshi (Morning Kong) and Asada Hiroyuki (Utan Chop)
About a tale of a football shoes as it is used/travelled from one user to the next.
7. Kusumoto Maki - Netsu
8. Yoshino Sakumi - GOAL!!
9. François Boucq - Sekai wa mawaru
10. Yasuhiko Yoshikazu - Bateren Nanban Hei Yuuki joshou
11. penthon - A fantastic dream
12. Nicolas de Crécy - Montceau-les-Mines VS Pont-à-Mousson
13. Frédéric Boilet - 2002 FIFA WORLD TEA CUP
14. Nicolas de Crécy - Soccer no dendou
15. Yokoyama Hiroshi - Robot Battle VI
16. D[di:] - Fire Star Man
17. Taniguchi Jiro - Fuka
18. Emile Bravo - Shinpan wa 12 hitome no senshu!
19. Max Cabanne - Penalty area
20. Kuroda Iou - Schweitzer
21. Terada Katsuya - Box!
22. Benoît Peeters & François Schuiten -
23. Young Soon Yang -
24. Gyoubu Ippei - football image visual
Nobuko Tanaka is a college student working part-time at a supermarket. Due to her shy and plain nature, her name is constantly mistaken for “Mobuko,” which has the kanji for “supporting role”. So when she develops feelings for her kind co-worker, Irie, will she be able to gather her courage and grow closer to him? Will this “supporting role” actress finally get a chance in the romantic spotlight?
Nobuko Tanaka es una estudiante universitaria que trabaja a tiempo parcial en un supermercado. Debido a su naturaleza tímida y sencilla, su nombre se confunde constantemente con "Mobuko", que tiene el kanji como "actor de reparto". Así que cuando ella desarrolla sentimientos por su amable compañero de trabajo, Irie, ¿será capaz de reunir su coraje y acercarse más a él? ¿Tendrá por fin esta actriz "de reparto" una oportunidad en el punto de mira romántico?
Midnight is the story of a taxi driver named Shinya Mito (whose name is literally Japanese for "mid" and "night") and his various passengers, each of whom he helps in various ways. Shinya drives a taxi as a way to earn money for the treatment of a young woman named Mari, whose brain was injured sometime earlier as the result of an accident Shinya was responsible for causing. The taxi Shinya drives is equipped with a fifth wheel which makes the car more maneuverable under any kind of road conditions.
Ichigo Marshmallow follows the life of Nobue Ito, her younger sister Chika, and her friends Miu, Matsuri, and Ana. The basic premise of each episode can be summed up as "cute girls do cute things in cute ways," be it trying to quit smoking, going outside to play, sleepovers, etc.