What would you like to edit?


Alternative Titles

Japanese: trash.


Type: Manga
Volumes: 11
Chapters: 88
Status: Finished
Published: Feb 16, 2010 to Oct 17, 2017
Genres: Action Action, Ecchi Ecchi
Theme: Psychological Psychological
Demographic: Seinen Seinen
Serialization: Young Champion Retsu
Authors: Yamamoto, Kenji (Story), D.P (Art)


Score: 6.851 (scored by 13101,310 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #93752
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #2687
Members: 5,528
Favorites: 72

External Links

Ranked #9375Popularity #2687Members 5,528
Add to List
Volumes: /11
Chapters: /88
buy from amazon
* Your list is public by default.


High school students by day and contract killers by night, Bullet and Francesca are knees deep in the underworld. The combination of close quarters and marksman fighting styles makes them a duo to be reckoned with.

Explosive marksman Lucia "Bullet" Ishikawa and dual axe-wielding psycho Maine "Francesca" Shirato both work under Minoko Konomi, the boss of the Kanto Iwashi family, who also happens to be a high school girl. Following Minoko's orders, the duo completes their assignments without a hitch.

Their missions put them in constant contact with the trash of society: thugs, serial killers, criminal kingpins, rapists, and assassins. Every time, Bullet and Francesca deal with them in the messiest of ways—in a maelstrom of guts, blood, and flesh.

[Written by MAL Rewrite]


No background information has been added to this title. Help improve our database by adding background information here.


More reviewsReviews

Jan 28, 2016
Ohayousoro (All reviews)
This is a brutal manga. Not only in premise, but in execution, trash. shows focuses on the lowest members of society, the trash of the human race. It's not entirely unexpected for a work devoted to assassins to be this way, but the grittiness that you'll find in trash. is more than just skin deep; it fearlessly tackles some of the darker aspects of the criminal world, without holding back and without being too melodramatic.

So, let's get into it: trash. is a manga that follows the exploits of two female assassins, Shirato "Francesca" Marin and Ishikawa "Bullet" Rushia, as they are contracted by the read more
Sep 3, 2015
ModusOperandi (All reviews)
"The scum of the world belong in one place and one place only, the trash..."

(For +18 readers only)

With mature themes and a dark tone to the overall story, Trash. is about 2 high school bounty hunters/assassins girls that work for the daughter of a Yakuza, and they have the job of putting the scum and most worthless people in the world "into the trash"(killing them, of course...).

Following Marin "Francesca" and Rushia "Bullet", our overpowered and self-sufficient main protagonists deal with a sea of rapists, killers, gangs, and even other bounty hunters in order to make money to buy food and live.

Blood, intestines, and brains, read more
Aug 13, 2021
noneuclidean (All reviews)
Trash. is not a well written manga by any means. Characters are telegraphed as "evil" quickly, children are often times portrayed sexually, death is almost guarenteed, and attachment to characters are almost frowned upon, as lasting more than a volume is rare, unless you're an assassin.

However, this has to be one of the most interesting reads I've picked up recently. Would i reccomend it to friends? Absolutely not, the themes portrayed are often times far too dark and disturbing, but thats what makes it , 'appealing', so to say. Seeing the dregs of society being punished by our lead characters is often times refreshing, as read more

Recent News

Recent Forum Discussion

Is it worth to read?
YizelTro - Jan 3, 2016
2 replies by HibiChika »»
Feb 3, 12:10 PM
Poll: Trash. Chapter 32 Discussion
Stark700 - Feb 13, 2016
3 replies by Vertigoh »»
May 16, 2020 10:28 AM