Humanity, having faced extinction at the end of the 20th century, would not have entered the new millennium if it weren't for them. In 1969, during their youth, they created a symbol. In 1997, as the coming disaster slowly starts to unfold, that symbol returns. This is the story of a group of boys who try to save the world.
Won the Kodansha Manga Award in the category "Best General Manga" in 2001.
Won the Seiun Award for Best Comic in 2008.
This is the sequel to the popular Kindaichi Case Files franchise, set 20 years after the original version! Hajime is no longer a student detective, but is a poor office worker who has to deal with the daily pains of adulthood. No longer wanting to solve cases anymore, he keeps his head down and tries to go about his daily work as quietly as possible.
But crime never takes a break, and it isn't long before Kindaichi gets dragged into cases that occur around him. Starting off the new series, we revisit Uta Island, for the fourth edition of the Opera House Murder Case, where the Phantom of the Opera is planning a bloody revenge.
Uesugi Fuutarou is a poor, antisocial ace student who one day meets the rich transfer student Nakano Itsuki. They argue but when Uesugi realizes he is to be her tutor, he tries to get on better terms. While trying to do so he meets four other girls.
When an announcement about the end of the world reaches the ears of our protagonist Tanaka Gakuto, he decides he wants to die without any regrets. Rushing to confess to his crush, the beautiful, athletic, and intelligent student council president, Kurobane Ai, his expectations are turned upside down when he makes contact with her.
Female knight Leo has never had ladylike qualities, she's a soldier through and through, adorned with scars and rock hard abs to match. She's never really been treated as a woman...until one day the magician Fooly confesses his love for everything about her. These two will challenge the quest named "Romance", which is tougher to complete than a super hard dungeon! How will our steel-willed protagonist act in the face of love?
After a traffic accident, 52-year-old civil servant Kenzaburou Tondabayashi awakens to find he's become Grace Auvergne, a duke's daughter, and more importantly the villainess of an otome game. Not wanting to get in the way of the happy endings of the young characters around him, Grace sets out to play the role of the villain, but whether it's due to Kenzaburou's memories of being an affectionate parent getting in the way or not being able to remember those pesky foreign names properly, it ends up being a lot harder than it looks...
Youta wanted a friend, so obviously, he magically summoned one.
He didn't quite count with the fact that he'd summon Mumu, a mighty and evil dragon girl, notwithstanding that due to hundreds of years of imprisonment, she's very needy, very weepy, very clingy, and lonelier than the button "9" on a microwave oven.
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Youta quería una amistad, así que obviamente usó magia para conjurar a una.
No contó con el hecho de que conjuraría a Mumu, una poderosa y malvada niña dragón, no obstante que debido a cientos de años de aprisionamiento ella es muy necesitada, muy llorona, muy pegote, y mas solitaria que el botón "9" de un horno microondas.
Funatsugi Makie is in love with a girl who just so happens to have a voracious appetite. Little does he know, despite acting as normal as any middle-high-school-aged girl, she's actually an eldritch horror in disguise. Psychological horror and romantic comedy shenanigans ensue.
Aono Hajime was a prodigy violinist until he grew jaded with playing the violin due to personal reasons. Now in his third year of middle school, he struggles to decide his academic path. One day in school, he meets Akine Ritsuko, a hotheaded novice violinist who wants to enroll in a high school with a distinguished orchestra club. When he finds himself getting closer to Ritsuko and being brought back to the world of violinists, time starts moving again for him.
This is the beginning of a youthful drama where sounds and hearts alike resound in harmony.
Long ago , degenerates lurked in Manga**x. Then everything changed when the ads attacked. Only the mod, master of the ban hammer, could stop them, but when the April 1st came, he vanished. A couple minutes have passed and my waifu and I discovered the memes. And although the panty shots are great, these memes won't bee here for long. But I believe they will go down in glory
Meet Tsubaki Kuchinashi, the Manhater Prince. Beautiful and popular, Tsubaki's core strength in high school comes from her position as the principal's granddaughter - suffice it to say, but any student or teacher who even looks at her the wrong way could be expelled at a moment's notice.
Meet Tadashi Kiritsu, the head of the Public Morals Committee. As sharp and rigid as his glasses, Tadashi despises Kuchinashi's iron grip on the school. Naturally, a challenge to her rule bothers Kuchinashi, so she decides to get rid of him as soon as possible. Her plan? Get him in a honey trap. However, that's easier said than done, as she starts finding hidden aspects of herself that she didn't want to acknowledge, either to herself or to Tadashi.
Will she prevail before her conscience eats her up from her own salacious taunts? Will Tadashi play into her hands? What manner of a person will he prove himself to be when facing her taunts?
Tsukinaga meets a new student attempting to reach her shoe locker; demonstrating her athletic ability she grabs the slippers with her feet! That's not all as Komurai Komura introduces herself to the class by writing her name with her foot! An acrobatic barefoot love comedy has just begun!
A bitter love story depicting the realities of love between female college students who earn money by renting themselves out to men as their girlfriends.
The first volume is a young office worker who rents the protagonist, Yuki, as a fake girlfriend.
A substitute girl who plays the customer's ideal girlfriend to the end...
Could it be that the distance between two people's minds is actually quite small?