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)
The fourth official anthology for Love Live! School Idol Project.
Each chapter is done by a different artist.
Cover: Sasaki Mustumi
1. µ's Appeal Battle! by Yurikawa
2. Because Love is Blind. by Haruka Chiruwo
3. Den Den Den. by Yamane Masato
4. µ’s Backstage. by Shiroi Hakuto
5. Pancakes with Smiles on the Side. by Touya Tsugumi
6. I Want to Eat ☆ White Rice. by Hinata Nonoka
7. Soaps Get Smaller If You Rub Them. by Miduki Maya
8. In the Middle of the Dream. by Bcoca
9. Doki Doki Kimodameshi. by yumi
10. Battle, General Winter. by Takasaka Donten
11. UmiNico Movie Date. by Riku Riku
Seasonal Dream Vision (東方紫香花, romanized Touhou Shikouhana, meaning Violet Flowers and Incense of the East) is a semi-official Touhou fanbook.
It is quite similar to Bohemian Archive in Japanese Red, as it features comics, a music CD, and a story by ZUN, all about Gensokyo.
It ranges from drama to comedy, all focused on the strange world Touhou takes place in.
Compilation of various stories and art by various authors like Sora Egumi, koi, and many more to coincide with the release of 1st season of the TV adaptation of Hara Yui's golden comedy, Kin-iro Mosaic.
Kudo Shinichi is a high school detective who was poisoned during a confrontation with suspicious criminals, and was transformed to look like a child! Now he's staying with the Mouri family and secretly continuing to solve cases while investigating the organization who put him in this situation. A spin off series of short stories and cases from the Detective Conan universe, drawn by Aoyama Gosho's assistants.
An anthology of all-new underground comics from Japan produced in the '80s and '90s by the latest generation of taboo-breaking manga artists! Selected by the former editor of Garo, Japan's standard-bearer of underground comics since 1964, this collection introduces new artists who have not been discussed in the previous literature on the field (such as Manga! Manga!, Dreamland Japan, and Comix Underground Japan). From the surreally beautiful to the graphically gruesome, this book will be of interest to all fans of cutting-edge art and comics.
* The Life of Momongo, Story by Norimiza Ameya, Art by Junko Mizuno
* Gedatsu Man, By Hironori Kikuchi
* Swing Shell, By Yuko Tsuno
* Jr, By Yoshitomo Yoshimoto
* Heartless Bitch & Painful Love, By Kiriko Nananan
* Punctures, By Shintaro Kago
* Mutant Hanako, By Makoto Aida
* Editor Woman, By Benkyo Tamaoki
* Palepoli, By Usamaru Furuya
Comics Underground Japan presents the wild, subversive world of Japan’s most accomplished underground comics artists. Some of the dozen artists included in this anthology will be familiar to followers of manga; others make their American debut in these pages. The richly imaginative stories in this volume show a great range of graphic style, from painstakingly detailed craftsmanship to exuberant, maniacal renderings. At the heart of each work in this anthology is a unique personal vision and a fierce artistic compulsion–these manga artists are the misfits of the art form, and they are its visionaries.
Included stories are:
1. "Hell's Angel" by Yoshikaze Ebisu
2. "It's All Right if Yiu Don't Understand" by Yoshikaze Ebisu
3. "Steel Pipe Melancholia" by Masakazu Toma
4. "Future Sperm Brazil" by Takashi Nemoto
5. "A Love Like Lemons" by Carol Shimoda
6. "Selfish Carol's Summer Vacation" by Carol Shimoda
7. "Mercy Flesh (Jiniku)" by Kazuichi Hanawa
8. "Don Quixote #1 & #2" by Yasuji Tanioka
9. "Planet of the Jap" by Suehiro Maruo
10. "Mary’s Asshole" by Hanako Yamada
11. "Volvox" by Pan Migawa
12. "Bigger and Better" by Muddy Wehara
13. "Laughing Ball" by Hideshi Hino
14. "Cat Noodle Soup" by Hajime Yamano & Nekojiro
The third official anthology for Love Live! School Idol Project.
Each chapter is done by a different artist.
1. µ's Hospitality Operation (μ'sのおもてなし作戦) by Tokita Arumi
2. Minalinsky and the One-day Maid Experience (ミナリンスキーと1日メイド体験) by Nanaji Yuuki
3. Apology Tarot (ごめんねタロット) by Uzuki Ai
4. Our Everyday! (私たちの) by Ana
5. Photo Scandal by Kusano Houki
6. Umi-chan's Discussion (海未ちゃんのご相談) by Mezashi
7. My Santa (あたしのサンタさん) by Ripo Day
8. The Person You Seek Shall Arrive (マチビトキタル) by Suzuki Kokono
9. µ's Kitchen (μ'sキッチン) by Nakane Nata
10. Honoka-ism! (穂乃果イズム!) by Kinosaki Kazura
An anthology collection of what was originally a fake gag series used in okawa bkub's Pop Team Epic. Each chapter is a stand alone drawn by a different artist focusing on the idol trio of Hoshifuri Sosogu, Tsukino Shizuku, and Yuhi Korona.
► Smile Maker, by Scarlet Beriko
Childhood friends Yae Akane & Sakura Kasumi were inseparable as children until Yae and her family moved overseas. A few years later Yae is back and they are in the same school but now Sakura continuously ignores Yae?
► Lemon's, by Matsuzaki Miyuki
Shibata thought she had ditched Sakamoto when she finished high school. But later in life they meet again, working at the same job. Shibata left high school in bitterness and got a boyfriend, but she can't seem to get the taste of Sakamoto's lips out of her mind. (M-U)
► Mine, by Scarlet Beriko
Nekomata was always alone until she met Maki. Now she makes a bento for her every day in the hope of remaining close to Maki. When Nekomata makes a new friend in her cooking class, however, Maki seems angry...
► Voice of Her Fingertips, by Maeda Tomo
Saeki thinks of herself as a lazy, boring, and apathetic person and has no idea what to write in her future-plans survey. Kurata, of the art club, piques her curiosity by constantly sketching.
► Cry, Laugh, and See You Tomorrow, by Fujisawa Makoto
► Sabotage, by Kano Ayumi
► Algae, by Fuji Tamaki
► Sugar Spot, by Matsuzaki Miyuki
► That Onee-sama Feeling, by Ohjima Tamaki
► Miyabi-chan Down from the Moon, by Hirao Auri
► Last 10 Millimeters, by Matsuzaki Miyuki
While riding home on the bus one day, a girl sits down by Sai and lays her head on her shoulder while she sleeps. When she leaves she leaves behind her lip balm. Sai then becomes obsessed with returning the lip balm, taking the same bus every day. What will Sai do when she finally meets with the lip balm girl again? What are the feelings that underlie her obsession? (Source: MU)
► Bare-faced Beauty, by Asaoka Minagi
► Love & Hate, by Ohjima Tamaki
► Surely, Always, , by Hirao Auri
''I can never make Sora have a child...''
► Little by Little, by Kari Sumako
► Afterschool Stabbing, by Satou Saori
► Tender Night, by Hirao Auri
Riku attends an all girls school and is tall, pretty, and the ace of the volleyball team. It goes without saying that she is quite popular, and as such receives many confessions. However, she turns all the girls down because she knows they are only using her as a replacement for a guy and that they would eventually leave her. Will she ever find someone that won't leave her?
► Place Your Legs Here, by Osawa Amane
► Harukaze in the Heart!!, by Kiyota Tomo
► A Love Smeared in Ashes, by Yotsuhara Furiko
► The Person Who Cheers the People Who Try, by Hirao Auri
► Rocks and Murderous Intents, by Yajika Chinami
► Anemone, by Ootomo Megane
About a relationship that starts of as one time experiment, but slowly turns into something more.
► No Carriage, No Pumpkin, No Prince, by Yotsuhara Furiko
Sequel to A Love Smeared in Ashes
► Pancake Tuesday, by Sasayama Aki
These are one-shot manga anthologies featuring Josou Shounen (Cross-dressing Boys). There have been 17 volumes published to date. Each volume carries a subtitle. They are:
1. White Group (Shiro-gumi)
2. Peach Group (Momo-gumi)
3. Princess Group (Hime-gumi)
4. Blue Group (Ao-gumi)
5. Red Group (Aka-gumi)
6. Cherry Blossom Group (Sakura-gumi)
7. Plum Group (Sumomo-gumi)
8. Melon Group (Melon-gumi)
9. Apple Group (Ringo-gumi)
10. Satsuma Group (Mikan-gumi)
11. Grape Group (Budou-gumi)
12. Banana Group (Banana-gumi)
13. Plum Group (Plum-gumi)
14. Watermelon Group (Suika-gumi)
15. Ribbon Group (Ribon-gumi)
16. Princess Strawberry Group (Hime Ichigo-gumi)
17. Princess Apple Group (Hime Ringo-gumi)
1) Sekai no Sumi no Operetta (Yoshimura)
2) Majo no Naritachi (AIKAWA Yuu)
3) Scrambled Eggs (TABE Taberi)
4) Boku wa Kabutomushi (YAMASHIRO Umeta)
5) Warui Majo no Shiwaza (Nobara)
6) Slime ga xx ni Naritasou ni Kochira wo Ikaryaku (Moukon Icchokusen)
7) Sukoyaka naru Toki mo, Yameru Toki mo, Dragon naru Toki mo (Sanzou)
8) Daisy, Mata Ashita. (Nagabe)
9) Majo no Suu to Chiisana Mandragora (Shinagawa)
10) Owari made (YASAKA Akiwo)
1) Sekai no Sumi no Operetta (Yoshimura)
2) Naminami Kitsune (TABE Taberi)
3) Kanojo ga Hoshii Mono (Nobara)
4) Kinchou suru to Koe ga Uragaeru Sakana no Hanashi (Shinagawa)
5) Ookami Ningen to Ningen Ookami. (Nagabe)
6) Cotton no Mahou (Mogusu)
7) Kuroyagi no Ochakai (TAKAYAMA Shinobu)
8) Kimi to no Nenrin (KAMIKOU Chizu)
1) Olivia to Gryphon (AKUTAGAWA Kazuma)
2) Watashi to, Ie (D. Kissan)
3) Magnolia (SUMIYOSHI Ryou)
4) Hijoushoku to Gochisou. (Nagabe)
5) Uzumaki Cosmo to Manager (Sanzou)
6) Aru Kakan no Omoide (OGATA Tomio)
7) Curry no Iu Toori! (YAMAGUCHI Tsutomu)
8) Sensei to Onjin-san (Hachi)
1) Shiraito no En (AKUTAGAWA Kazuma)
2) CLAYTURE (Kuma)
3) Tokage Hime (KIMIZUKA Shou)
4) Onna Kishi-san wa Ookami-san ni Umoretai (Usatoru)
5) 龍愛でる男 (Sanzou)
6) Mayonaka no Waltz (Nagabe)
7) Koi wa Bouken (YAMAGUCHI Tsutomu)
8) Sekai no Sumi no Operetta (Yoshimura)
9) Jingai-san no Yome: Tsukieda Yoshino no Kekkon (YASAKA Akiwo, AIKAWA Yuu)
1) Futari Issho ni Milk no Hibi (Yoshimura)
2) Shoujo to Cyborg (Pepu)
3) Definisi (TABE Taberi)
4) Aqua Terrarium (INUKAI Bino)
5) Nanoka no Tenshi (Sanzou)
6) 魔本のはなし (OGATA Tomio)
7) Jingai-san no Yome: Tsuchikiyose Tetsushi no Kekkon (YASAKA Akiwo, AIKAWA Yuu)
8) Shiro no Ousama. (Nagabe)
NOTE FROM GROUP:
scanlation from vol 1 has been removed as the scans and translation were provided by someone else and I did not receive their permission to have the work uploaded anyhwere else outside tumblr. The remaining chapters are mostly from the 2nd comic anthology, scanned, edited and typesetted by me, translation provided by shiniyan.
The "Xenogears Comic Anthology" is a collection of short stories that take place throughout the present and future of the Xenogears timeline. Most are comical, but there are a few serious character pieces.
Game Gag 1P Comic Sega-hen (ゲームギャグ 1Pコミック セガ編) is a Japanese gag comic in the Gēmesuto Komikkusu series, this one being dedicated to Sega. It features things from Sonic, Virtua Fighter, Fighting Vipers, NiGHTS into Dreams, Phantasy Star, and more.
The Golden Sun 4-Koma Gag Battle is a self-published Japanese manga (doujinshi) released on December 10, 2001 in Japan as part of the Hi no Tama Game Comic Series, published by Kobunsha.
As a Yonkoma Manga (literally "4-Cell Manga"), this volume is composed of a collection of four-cell strips authored and illustrated by various artists. A total of eighteen artists contributed to the manga, almost all of which contributed a color page and between five and six pages in monochrome. The volume contains a total of 126 pages, most of which feature two four-panel strips that each involve humor and comedy.
As this was published ten months prior to the Japanese release of Golden Sun: The Lost Age, the manga does not feature characters or scenarios exclusive to games released after the first, and thus Piers, Karst, and Agatio are noticeably absent.