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The tale of Monster Soul takes place in the land of Elfenland where humans and monsters inhabit. The main characters is a group of monsters called the Black Airs. The Black Airs is recorded as the strongest group of the monster forces in the great war between the humans and monsters.

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Dec 15, 2005
6,296 7.20
A flying ghost ship filled with gold-stuffed zombies? Now that sounds like a worthy target for Jing, King of Bandits. Joined by his avian sidekick Kir and the lovely Rose (who is actually an undercover cop trying to catch him in the act!), Jing hitches a ride onboard the ghost ship only to discover that the ship is really a luxury casino. But it's no ordinary gold that these guests are playing with. These gold coins bite back and bite hard, feeding on the greed that the casino attracts. Can Jing break the curse and come away with the loot?

(Source: Tokyopop)

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Mar 15, 1995
2,656 7.55
After a generation of warfare, the Gundam boys finally secured a peace between Earth and the colonies by helping to defeat the Oz and White Fang armies. Now, out of the rubble, the surviving soldiers are re-emerging and clustering together into new factions. Heero Yuy has become a vigilante pacifist, tracking down weapons stashes and destroying them, while Relena, former Queen of the Earth Sphere, tries to maintain the peace politically. But an unmanned weapons factory has been discovered somewhere near Mars, and now the boys are going to have to dust off their mechs for one more battle to save the tenuous peace.

(Source: Tokyopop)

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Apr 15, 1995
1,568 6.86
The year is After Colony 195, and the Gundam boys have taken a stand for eternal peace by deciding to destroy their robotic weapons, Gundams. The peace is broken, however, when Mariemaia Khushrenada, who claims to be the daughter of the late Oz leader Treize, kidnaps Relena and declares a war of independence against the United Earth Sphere Nation. Perhaps it's time to pull those Gundam units out of retirement.

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Mar 15, 1998
1,026 7.37
AC 195. Earth and its surrounding colonies were fighting the bloodiest war mankind had ever known. But on the remote asteroid colony MO-V, life carried on as normal. It wasn't long, however, before OZ agents came to enlist the colony in the battle for independence from Earth rule. Now the once neutral colony not only finds itself lending resources to OZ, but they are under attack by a mysterious group who call themselves the Stardust Knights. When Odel Bernett, the colony's top pilot, is shot down in combat, his younger brother, Odin, must don the experimental new MS, the G-Unit, and fight to defend his home.

(Source: Tokyopop)

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Apr ??, 1997
607 7.14
Different tales and adventures of the well-known Plue from Hiro Mashima's works.

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?? ??, 2002
491 7.00
Rather than having a war between the colonies and the Earth, a fighting tournament is held. Called the Gundam Fight, it is held once every four years by the United Colonies Federation. Each country would send its own representative, that would pilot a Gundam, and the Gundams would then fight on the Earth until only one is left, and that Gundam's nation will then be able to obtain sovereign rights over all the nations, until another nation wins in the next Gundam Fight. This series is set in Future Century (FC) 60, during the 13th Gundam Fight and it focuses on the Neo Japan Gundam Fighter Domon Kasshu, who is in the fight as much to win as well as fulfill his own mission of tracking down his brother who had stolen a mysterious Gundam; the Devil Gundam from the Neo-Japan government.

(Source: Wikipedia)

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Apr 15, 1994
422 7.01
Megaman X video game in Manga Form

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?? ??, 1994
291 7.31
Sixteen-year-old Lief inherits a quest from his father to gather the seven gems of the Belt of Deltora to save the land from the Shadow Lord. He is accompanied by ex palace guard Barda and wild girl Jasmine.

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Oct 15, 2005
289 7.34
Third-grader Ikki Tenryou uses his Medabot (a pet robot with A.I.) named Metabee to fight other kids' Medabots in Robattle competitions in order to become the #1 Medafighter.

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May 15, 1997
274 6.80
His name is Kuro and he's a cat. His owners are an old couple who live a simple, easygoing life. But because they have money, thieves often try to raid their home. Each time, however, Kuro manages to fight them off. Kuro is a great watch cat.

One day, however, Kuro is shot through with an arrow and whisked away by Doctor Go, an evil scientist. Doctor Go turns Kuro into a cyborg to assist him on his mission to conquer the world.

Doctor Go tries to control Kuro, but Kuro manages to escape. This infuriates the doctor. He feels that Kuro is ungrateful to him. With the help of Mi, another cyborg cat, he thinks of all sorts of ways to capture and kill Kuro.

Kuro has a new, invincible cyborg body, complete with the latest hi-tech weapons. But he also has a warm heart, which is partly what makes this story so loveable.

(Source: kodanclub.com)

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Sep ??, 1997
233 7.34
Fifteen years ago, those living in Outer Space went to war with people still on Earth. During the battles of the 7th Space War, it was found that certain human beings had mysterious arcane abilities, powers of the mind to control and forsee. These gifted people were called Newtypes. They were valuable to both sides of the war; the Earth Federation designed the Flash System which allowed a Newtype pilot to control a horde of unmanned MS, called Bit-Mobile Suits.This was an effective weapon, but sacrificed the lives of many Newtypes.

Space fought back for principal, believing the effect of living in Space heightened every human ability and eventually created the prized power of a Newtype, who was not something to use as a tool for war. But in the end, mankind was its own downfall. During the final battle, the Space Revolution Army (SRA) crashed numerous colonies into the planet Earth, with a devastating effect.

Millions died as a result of the colony drop. Those that were fortunate enough to find refuge in a Shelter were both blessed and cursed; they wouldn't see the sun again for four years. The rest that made it through had to endure and suffer with living on a ruined planet, plagued by an endless winter and an ever-changing, chaotic atmosphere. With that, the war had ended. For now. But everyone who continued to live on was possessed by that tragic war, and the word "Newtype"...

The year is After War 0015, and life on Earth is finally on its way to creating a more perfect world, except for the ruthless mercenaries who use mobile suits to make a living raiding; called Vultures, some of these people are merely chasing money, while others are running from the past. Enter 15 year old Garrod Ran, an orphan of the war. He is a lively and friendly boy who is trying to survive in the wake of the war, living off his daring-do's and knowledge of MS. Because of this, Garrod is hired to rescue a kidnapped girl from a Vulture ship, called the Freeden, and its stoic captain, Jamil Neate.

But Garrod soon finds out that this job is entirely not what it seems; that the girl, Tiffa Adill, is actually a powerful Newtype, able to dream the future. And when Tiffa shows Garrod the Gundam X, Garrod can do nothing but bear witness to the suddenly changing times. He may learn that people's true intentions run far deeper, and that the Vultures and Captain Jamil Neate are their only hope for surviving the coming age, and the birth of the New Earth Federation.

Must mankind repeat the tragic mistake of the past?

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Oct 5, 1996
208 7.06
The year is Universal Century 0087. Seven years have passed since the end of the One Year War. In its zeal to stamp out any remaining opposition, the Earth Federation has organized the Titans, an elite fighting force. However, the Titans soon get out of hand, committing atrocities on par with the worst the Principality of Zeon had to offer during the war. In response, dissatisfied citizens, former Zeon soldiers, and even members of the Earth Federal Forces form a resistance group known as the Anti-Earth Union Group, or AEUG. As the next war is brewing, a small AEUG group arrives at Side 7 to investigate the new Gundam Mk. II...

(Source: ANN)

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Feb ??, 1985
190 6.98
The story of Gundam F91 revolves around teenage space colonist Seabook Arno, his girlfriend Cecily Fairchild, and the efforts of the Crossbone Vanguard militia, led by Cecily's grandfather Meitzer Ronah, to establish an aristocracy known as "Cosmo Babylonia". In keeping with Gundam tradition, the civilian Seabook is forced by circumstance to pilot the F91 Gundam, coincidentally designed in part by his estranged mother, Dr. Monica Arno.

(Source: Gundam Wikia)

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?? ??, 1991
188 7.00
As the continuation of Zeta Gundam, this series once again follows the story of the Anti Earth Union Group (AEUG) battleship Argama after Zeta's final episode. To fight off the Axis Zeon, now called the Neo Zeon, Captain Bright Noa recruits a group of teenage junk collectors led by the loudmouthed but powerful Newtype Judau Ashta to pilot the Argama's mobile suits. Now sporting a line up of the behemoth MSZ-010 Double Zeta Gundam and the returning MSZ-006 Zeta Gundam, RX-178 Gundam Mk-II and Gundam-like MSN-00100 Hyaku Shiki, the group is nicknamed the Gundam Team. As such, this became the first of a number of Gundam series where a team of Gundam mobile suits fight alongside each other regularly. The climax takes place at Side 3 in the Battle of Axis.

(Source: Gundam Wikia)

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Feb ??, 1986
130 6.67
December, Universal Century 0079. Zeon intelligence has identified a prototype Federation Gundam under development in a Federation base in the Arctic. Elite Zeon MS commandos are dispatched to destroy the prototype, but before they can accomplish their mission the Gundam is launched into space. When the Gundam turns up in a Federation R&D base inside the neutral space colony Side 6, the Principality launches a covert operation to destroy the Gundam. The raid fails and Zeon will launch a nuclear strike against the colony unless the last remaining commando can eliminate the Gundam.

(source: Wikipedia)

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?? ??, 1990
115 7.20
It is 199X A.D. In Kushiro, Hokkaido, three bodies of Dragonite appear. Possessing overwhelming destructive force, they attack the city. They also awaken the evil Jashin Drago from the holy seal he was trapped in. 200 years ago, Drago was trapped in the seal by a holy warrior with the tattooed mark of the Liger. Assuming that the warrior is dead, Drago and Empress Zara are free to conquer the Earth using their army of biomechanical beasts. Even the Japan Self-Defense Forces are no match for the Dragonites' awesome power. One of the people fleeing is the protagonist, a milquetoast 16 year old boy named Ken Taiga. Unbeknownst to the Dragonites, Ken realizes that he is the descendant of the Liger warrior. In a burst of anger, Ken's Liger birthmark appears, and he rises his palm into the air, shouting the henshin command, "LIGER!" which then covers him in demonic, long-haired biomechanical armor. Ken transforms into Jushin Liger to fight the evil forces of the Dragonite!

(Source: Wikipedia)

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Mar ??, 1989
97 6.26
Robots Mega Man X (Rockman X) and Zero battle against an evil robot named Sigma.

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?? ??, 1994
92 6.88
This manga is based on the video game Metroid Prime 2: Echoes. It is a summarizing story of what happens at the beginning of Metroid Prime 2.

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Jul ??, 2005
87 0.00
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Jul ??, 1995
82 7.36
Samus and Joey is a manga series of (at least) 3 issues. It has only been released in Japan, and the storyline occurs several years after Samus Aran's raid on the Space Pirates at Zebes (the events of Metroid and Metroid: Zero Mission). This series introduces the character Joey to the Metroid universe as well as several others such as Dragüd, Diesel, Doruba, Jealousy, Bomad, and the Megaroid.

(Source: MU)

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?? ??, 2003
81 0.00
Johnny Ridden survived through the fierce battle of A Baoa Qu although his MS-14B Gelgoog High Mobility Type was badly damaged by the FA-78-1 Gundam Full Armor Type's overwhelming firepower. With the aid of a comrade, he reached a Dolos-class carrier where he was reunited with his MS-06R-2 Zaku II High Mobility Type, which was modified by a mechanic and nicknamed the MS-06R-2 Zaku II High Mobility Type "Full Bullet Zaku."

(Source: Gundam Wikia)

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Oct 5, 2006
77 0.00
(No synopsis yet.)

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Feb ??, 1998
75 0.00
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Aug ??, 1996
71 7.18
U.C. 0093 - Char Aznable, the infamous "Red Comet" of the One Year War, has come out of hiding to lead the Neo-Zeon Army and wage war against the Earth Federation. Only his greatest rival, Gundam pilot Amuro Ray, can stop him from dropping the Axis asteroid on Earth and causing a major global catastrophe.

(Source: ANN)

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?? ??, 1998
62 0.00
Sulley and Mike work at Monsters, Inc., the biggest scream processing plant in Monstropolis. When one little child named Boo wanders into their world, it's the monsters who are scared silly. Thinking she is dangerous and toxic, Sulley and Mike do their best to return Boo to her bedroom, but there are some monstrous hurdles in their way.

(Source: TokyoPop)

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Mar 14, 2002
57 7.16
Frederik Brown is a mobile suit trainee in one of Zeon’s schools, but always had a hard time keeping up with everyone. Ten months after training hard, he’s thrust into actual combat for the first time together with Zeon’s declaration of war. He becomes witness to the horrors and atrocities associated with war first hand as he fights to stay alive.

(Source: zeonic-republic.net)

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Oct 15, 1984
52 0.00
Adaptation of the movie (according to the creator's curriculum vitæ).

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Apr ??, 2003
46 0.00
Mega Man and Bass grudgingly team-up in order to defeat a robot named King.

Also contains three side stories: Rockman Burning Shot, Arigatou Rockman, and Onore Rockman.

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?? ??, 1998
46 0.00
Kouya Marino hasn't set foot in the Tobita Club for a long time - not since when his older brother, champion Crush Gear Fighter Yuya Marino passed away four years ago. But when the C.G. club his brother was once part of is threatened with extinction from a rival team set up by the Mangajin Corporation, it is up to Kouya to restore the Tobita club to its former glory, using no less than Yuya's prized Crush Gear - the Garuda Eagle!! The spirited Crush Gear fight is about to begin!

(Source: Chuang-Yi)

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?? ??, 2001
41 0.00
With Cybertron on the brink of destruction, the war between the Transformers is inadvertently drawn to Earth! Can the Autobots keep the map of the Ancient Power out of Megatron's hands?

(Source: Transformers Wikia)

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Feb ??, 2005
41 0.00
On a primitive planet with fauna similar to Terran dinosaurs and Ice Age critters, one of the angolmois energy capsules spread by the explosion of the Nemesis has affected the locals. A gang of evil dinosaurs have been transformed into Destrons, and a battered Lioconvoy is too injured to stop them. So he transfers his energy into a mammoth named Big, charging him with continuing the good fight.
(Source: Dave's Transformers Page).

Contains 9 manga chapters and 3 text stories.

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Mar ??, 1999
40 0.00
Manga adaptation of a Famicom game of the same title.

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Jun ??, 1992
39 0.00
A terrible space battle between Cybertrons and Destrons over a primitive planet has left scattered handsful of both sides stranded, and Metal Convoy's body has been shattered almost beyond repair...and captured! Can a desperate journey by Rhinox into the Matrix bring Convoy back?
(Source: Dave's Transformers Page).

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Nov ??, 1999
38 0.00
The Decepticons are up to their old tricks again, this time threatening the peace of the world with an all-powerful electromagnetic cannon called the Omega Whip. Optimus Prime dispatches Hound and his human partners Toru and Jenny to follow the electromagnetic trail and locate the Decepticons' hidden base.
(Source: Transformers Wiki).

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?? ??, 1986
38 0.00
All across the universe, the forces of the Maximals and Predacons are at war... and the Maximals are on the losing end! At the central headquarters of their army, a Convoy receives report after disastrous report from the battlefield, and thinks of the small team of warriors led by Lio Convoy, fighting to keep the Angolmois energy of the planet Gaea out of the hands of Galvatron...
(Source: Transformers Wiki).

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Jun ??, 1998
37 0.00
The Generation 2 wars begin as Megatron and his Decepticons attack Earth in search of forestonite!
(Source: Transformers Wiki).

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Aug ??, 1995
36 0.00
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?? ??, ????
35 0.00
A century of bloodshed between warring star systems has plunged nearly 200 worlds into the flames of war. Now, an uneasy truce has settled across the Astragius Galaxy...

Chirico Cuvie, a special forces powered-armor pilot is suddenly transferred into a unit engaged in a secret and highly illegal mission to steal military secrets—from their own military! Now he's on the run...from his own army!
Unsure of his loyalties and to cover their own tracks, Chirico is left behind to die in space. Surviving by luck, the renegade is now hunted by both the conspirators and military intelligence.

He is driven by the haunting image of a mysterious and beautiful woman—the objective of their mission, and his sole clue to unraveling their treacherous scheme. But the conspirators will do anything to preserve their mysterious agenda...

(Source: AnimeNfo)

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Apr 15, 1983
35 0.00
Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Etsushi Ogawa. It was serialized in Kodansha's Comic Bom Bom, which was aimed at elementary-aged boys. Tenshi no Frypan received the 2007 Kodansha Manga Award for the kodomo category.

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?? ??, ????
34 0.00
(No synopsis yet.)

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?? ??, 1997
29 0.00
Manga adaptation of the Famicom game with the same name.

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Jan ??, 1992
27 0.00
Random 4-koma comedy stories set in the Rockman universe. The manga has several short comedy stories, some based on games and others originals, drawn by Hitoshi Ariga, Kazuhiko Midou, Izumi Mito and Akihiro Tominaga.

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?? ??, 1994
26 0.00
A 4-koma gag manga based on Transformers.

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Mar 15, 2003
23 0.00
In the year 200X, a supervillain who goes by the name Lord Gokibu wants to steal the fossil of the Insect King, 15 year-old Shou Amano uses his new spider powers to become Spider-Man J, to prevent this from happening. During his time as a superhero, he meets Japanese versions of Elektra, Dr. Doom, Blade, and the Fantastic Four.

(Source: Wikipedia)

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Aug 11, 2004
21 0.00
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?? ??, 1984
17 0.00
The heart-racing sequel to Crush Gear Turbo makes its debut! Masaru Mahha loves everything about Gear Fighting, and together with Garuda Phoenix, he has succeeded in defeating all his opponents... all except Yuu Akusawa, a professional gear fighter! It's time for the new generation of fighters to enter the coliseum, so start your engines and burn rubber!

(Source: Chuang Yi Publishing)

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Feb ??, 2003
16 0.00
The story about Mishima Dunk, a small boy who dream to be the first Japanese NBA player.

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Sep ??, 1993
14 0.00
The baseball-loving kid Shigeki finds a phone up in a tree, which briefly transports him into the world of the Denjuu. The Denjuu world is a world that is supposed to be off-limits to grade-schoolers. Bewildered, Shigeki tells his classmates about what happened but only his friend Matsukiyo believes him. They decide to test out whether the phone would really take them to the Denjuu world. After they're both transported there they meet with Crypto, the Elder and many other Denjuu, and their adventure begins.

(Source: wiki.telefang)

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Feb 15, 2000
12 0.00
Fifth-grader Nabeyama Konbu is the son of a cook in a slice-of-life gourmet comedy that tries to add an element of adventure to slaving in the kitchen. Konbu helps his father solve problems in the world through the judicious use of seasonings, the right choice of menu, and the pleasing of fickle customers.

(Source: AniDB)

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May ??, 1991
12 0.00
Based on the Game Boy Advance video game Telefang 2 Power and Speed.

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Jan 15, 2002
4 0.00