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Red is just a normal kid living in the rural Pallet Town, when he decides to go out on his own adventure, along with his rival, Green. In this world of Pokémon, he makes many friends, humans and Pokémon alike. However, all is not well. Team Rocket is trying to capture Mew, a very rare Pokémon, and is performing experiments on other Pokémon, trying to increase their power. Red and his friends must battle against Team Rocket to stop their cruel experiments and unlock the secrets of Pokémon.
Doraemon is cat shaped robot from the future traveling all the way back to the 20th century in order to help Nobi Nobita, a lazy kid with nothing really going for him. Nobi is bad at sports, his grades are terrible, he can't even win a match of rock-paper-scissors. Doraemon has a hard task ahead of him but he is well prepared with a huge arsenal of the most inventive and funny gadgets available. The problem is he's not the most competent robot cat helper out there either and the pair gets in constant trouble because of it. Thus begins one of the most interesting friendships ever to appear in a manga series.
Inside a spaceship, a group of five crewmates—Tamago, King, Megane, Yankee, and Cap—has gathered to play a game of Among Us. They all have victory in mind, but only one person plans to win at the others' expense: the impostor, Tamago. With Tamago aiming to eliminate everyone but himself, the other crewmates must suss him out as quickly as possible. However, their absurd deductive skills prove ineffective in spotting the suspect amid the crew, as they poorly attempt to identify the impostor among them. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Pokémon: The Electric Tale of Pikachu
10-year-old Satoshi, after finding a Pikachu messing with the wiring in his house, is on a journey to become the greatest Pokemon Master and to beat out his rival, Shigeru. Along the way, he meets with many other Pokemon trainers and advisors, including water-based trainer (and gym leader) Kasumi, ground- and rock-based trainer (and gym leader) Takeshi, and others.
Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Adventures!
As an assistant to Sinnoh's resident Pokémon Professor, Mitsumi tirelessly cycles for an errand when she witnesses a peculiar sight—a horde of Eipam joined by a boy, Hareta, wearing nothing but shorts! Having the ability to develop special bonds with Pokémon ever since he was an infant, Hareta has lived with the creatures by the forest all his life, and as a result, knows little to nothing about human society. When Doctor Nanakamado asks him if he would like to meet a god-like Pokémon called Dialga, Hareta enthusiastically accepts, setting out on his quest with Mitsumi and the prideful Water-type Pokémon Piplup by his side. However, Hareta and Mitsumi soon learn during their Gym Badge-collecting travels that they are not the only ones who wish to meet the Legendary Temporal Pokémon. A mysterious group called Ginga-dan has been doing horrible things to both humans and Pokémon, and the mastermind behind their agenda is a fearsome leader who threatens to seize Dialga's temporal powers all for himself. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
In a world full of cephalopod hybrids, there is a beloved game known as the Turf Battle in which two teams of four compete against each other to cover up the most space in an arena with their ink. As Haikara City begins the coveted CoroCoro Cup, four squid friends team up despite their middling ranks: the carefree Goggles-kun with his Splashooter Collab, the level-headed Headphones-chan with her Squicklean alpha, the ever-jubilant Knit Cap-chan with her Bucket Slosher, and stern Megane-kun with his Hokusai. As expected of a competitive tournament, the four squids representing Team Blue come across many skilled adversaries on the other teams, such as their first opponent, the S+ ranked Roller user Rider. Despite this, Team Blue strives to work against the odds and make their mark on their tournaments—and perhaps on their rivals as well. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
"Doraemon" is a series about a robotic cat named Doraemon, who travels back in time from the 22nd century to help a schoolboy named Nobita Nobi. Aside from the normal manga books, their great adventures to different places are specially described in Doraemon Long Stories books. (Source: MU)
Two strange aliens are terrorizing the home planet of Tarble, Vegeta's younger brother, they have followed him to earth. Read as Goku and his friends try to defeat these aliens at the request of Tarble.
Raimon Middle School's soccer club captain, Endou Mamoru is in a pinch—his club is about to be destroyed! Literally! To avert the wrecking ball and disbanding of the club, his team must win against the toughest soccer team in the area—Teikoku. Will Endou and his team meet a crushing defeat or will a mysterious transfer student with a fiery kick save them from disaster?! (Source: MU)
Seven kids at summer camp are unexpectedly transported by 'digi-vices' to a colorful and enigmatic world. Lost and alone, they are befriended by small digital monsters, Digimons. The kids and their Digimon partners quickly become inseparable, and the strange creatures guide their human friends through the wondrous DigiWorld, protecting them from the hordes of evil Digimons. The group soon discovers that some of the giant Digimons they encounter are not evil Digimons but good Digimons gone bad. A dark power is corrupting even the most gentle of Digimons by embedding Black Gears into them, turning them into vicious monsters. Creating chaos and destruction wherever it goes, the evil power threatens all of DigiWorld. As they try to find their way back home, the seven kids are drawn further and further into the mystery. Through teamwork and trust, they help their newfound Digimon friends digivolve from 'monsters in training' to giant champions that must save the DigiWorld from the powerful evil intent on destroying it. (Source: Tokyopop)
The year is 200X and everyone is now connected to the Cyber Network. People carry their own PET (Personal Terminal) and are paired up with an artificial intelligence program called a NetNavi (or NetNavigator). Computers have turned the world into a bright and shiny utopia but there's always trouble in paradise. While the invention of the PET and NetNavis has brought great benefits to the world, computer hacking, virus spreading and other high-tech crimes are becoming a major problem. A sinister organization by the name of World Three has appeared and they've vowed to destroy this technological wonderland. Enter our young hero, Lan Hikari, an intensely curious and cheerful fifth grader. Synchronized with his NetNavigator, MegaMan, he becomes a super-charged dynamo. In and out of the Net, Lan and MegaMan do their best to thwart World Three's never-ending quest to take over the world! (Source: Viz Media)
In a world filled with talking Pokemon, Red and Green compete with each other in a race to gather all the data needed for the new Pokedex! Bumbling Clefairy frustrates Red with its extreme incompetence and silly behaviour... However, sometimes Clefairy's bizarre ideas to work out in the most surprising ways! (Source: Chuang-Yi)
A more modern version of Tetsuwan Atom.
Takao Kinomiya dreams of becoming the best beyblader in the world. Along with his friends Kai, Max, Rei, and Kyoujou, they make the team known as the Bladebreakers. They strive to be the best but don't do it alone... because within each of their beyblades resides a Sacred Spirit that gives them even more power to reach their goals. (Source: MU)
Keita Amano's average elementary school life is turned on its head when he finds a capsule machine on the way to school. Upon opening a capsule-shaped rock from the machine, Keita frees the youkai Whisper, who expresses his gratitude and declares himself Keita's personal butler from then on. Whisper also bestows upon Keita the Youkai Watch, a device that allows its user to see and make contracts with the youkai around them. Soon, Keita sees a wide variety of youkai causing mayhem in his everyday life. With the help of Whisper and his growing list of supernatural friends, Keita begins to mend the relationship between humanity and the youkai without even realizing it. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Three years after the defeat of Apocalymon, dark powers begin to rise again in the DigiWorld. The 'Digimon Emperor,' a human boy, is on a campaign to enslave all Digimon and a new team of warriors must come together to restore peace. (Source: Tokyopop)
Dorabase takes place in Tokyo in the 22nd century. The protagonist of the story is Kuroemon, a cat robot of the same type as Doraemon and the captain and team manager of the baseball team Edogawa Doras. The manga focuses on the stories of the Edogawa Doras, as it faces countless adversaries and grows from a team unable to win even a single game to a world class amateur baseball team. The rules for baseball remain largely unchanged in the 22nd century, with the notable exception that three designated secret gadgets from the main Doraemon series can be used in each game. (Source: Wikipedia)
Pokémon: The Rise of Darkrai
On their way to participate in the next Pokémon contest, Ash, Brock, and Dawn come to Álamos Town, known for its beautiful gardens and the impressive Space-time Tower, built by the famous architect Gowdy. After mysterious swathes of destruction begin to appear and an ominous fog envelops the town, preventing the people from leaving, Tonio, Gowdy's grandson recognizes these phenomena as having been predictions in his grandfather's diary - predictions that the integrity of space and time are under threat from a battle between the legendary Pokémon Diagla and Darkrai. Will Ash and his friends be able to save Álamos Town? (Source: VIZ Media)
Four cute school romance stories, all having some sort of a time theme. 1. Angel♥Time 2. Miracle☆Time 3. Summertime Labyrinth 4. Parallel Time Christmas
The protagonist of this story, Aichi Sendou, is a timid boy in his third year of middle school. He had been living his life looking backward rather than forward, trying not to stand out. However, he had one thing that kept him going—the "Blaster Blade," a card from a card game that was given to him when he was little. That card is the reason why he begins to engage in Card Fights, something that changes his life drastically. The name of the card game is "Vanguard." The game takes place at a different planet called "Cray," and due to a never-before-seen play system, it becomes popular throughout the world. (Source: Wikipedia)
Mega Man Gigamix is a manga drawn by Hitoshi Ariga and connected with Mega Man Megamix, being that some chapters are prequels and others are direct follow-ups. The manga was published by BN in three volumes between 2009-2010 in Japan and by Udon Entertainment between 2011-2012 in the United States. (Source: The Mega Man Knowledge Base Wikia)
Super Mario Adventures
King Bowser, a nasty dragon-like creature, wants to marry the pretty Princess Toadstool of the Mushroom Kingdom, a fantasy world where such things like Kinopi (Mushroom) people live. Bowser then threatens the Princess into marriage with him by turning the residents of the Mushroom Kingdom into stone. As the Princess heads to get her revenge on the tyrant, the Mario brothers, two plumbers who've somehow winded up in the Mushroom Kingdom, venture out to stop Princess Toadstool before she creates even more trouble, all the while defeating Bowser in the process. (Source: ANN)
Pokemon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea
It all started with a legend passed down from the People of the Water... Somewhere in this world, there is a temple created by the People of the Water. The Sea Temple contains a hidden treasure, the Sea Crown, but no one has ever seen it because the temple is protected by a secret mechanism. So it drifts through the vast ocean undetected, waiting... waiting... Ash and Pikachu learn about the legend and meet Jackie, a Pokémon Ranger on a mission to protect a Manaphy egg and find the temple. The Phantom, a nefarious pirate, plans to obtain the Sea Crown and take over the world--but first he needs the Manaphy egg. What is the Sea Crown? How does Manaphy's mysterious power connect it to the Sea Temple? Can Ash help Jackie complete his mission? (Source: VIZ Media)
Pokemon: Giratina and the Sky Warrior
Shaymin, the peaceful Gratitude Pokémon, lives happily in forests and fields of flowers. But one day Shaymin is accidentally drawn into a battle between the Legendary Pokémon Giratina and Dialga. Whisked away far from home, Shaymin is found by Ash, Dawn and Brock, who soon discover that this new Pokémon is full of surprises! Of course Team Rocket wants to get their hands on Shaymin, and so does a mysterious man named Zero. Even Giratina is in hot pursuit of this little Pokémon—and just what do Giratina and Shaymin have to do with the dimension known as the Reverse World? (Source: VIZ Kids)
Following The Happenings Of Super Mario World, Super Mario-Kun Follows Mario, Luigi, And Yoshi.
Humorous oneshots about the Professor, his apprentices Luke and Flora, and his self-proclaimed arch-enemy, Don Paolo. As a bonus, each chapter contains actual puzzles, just like in the game! (Source: Hikigeki)
Pokémon Gold & Silver
When Professor Elm asked Gold to choose between three newly discovered Pokémon, never would he have expected to be chosen by a Pokémon instead! In order to become the Pokémon Champion, he has to challenge the Gym Leaders for the ownership of their badges. Meanwhile, Team Rocket emerges, returning to what they know best...plotting evil plans! To add to it all, a mysterious person in black thickens the plot... (Source: Chuang-Yi)
Be Master!! Pokemon Black & White first premiered in the October 2010 issue of CoroCoro Comics Special. It is being promoted by CoroCoro Comics as a "walkthrough comic." The comic follows the story of a young boy named Monta, filling the role of the male protagonist from Pocket Monsters Black & White, as he travels through the Isshu Region with his friends Cheren and Bel. Throughout his journey, he and his Tsutarja learn about many of the new gameplay mechanics introduced in the fifth generation games such as capturing wild pokemon in double battles and pulling off combination techniques. (Source: Dogasu's Backpack)
Kenichi's father is dead and his mum is in hospital. Because of this situation, he will spend summer days staying with his little sister at their grand-parents house. Here he will have the opportunity to express his feelings for his parents and his true wish.
Pokémon: Zoroark - Master of Illusions
The children's manga series that sparked an international phenomenon. The three books - A Home for Hamtaro and Other Stories, Hamtaro Gets Lost and Other Stories, and Jealous Hamtaro and Other Stories - each follow the adventures of a different Hamtaro, but they all share the same sweet, innocent feel.
Pokémon: Arceus and the Jewel of Life
Four god-like Pokemon, Arceus, Dialga, Palkia, and Girantine, battle in a fight that threatens all of time and space.
Pokémon: Lucario and the Mystery of Mew
In the town of Lohta, a festival is thrown praising "Aaron the Wave Leader Hero" who, according to the legend passed down through the town's generations, stopped a war centuries ago by using the power of "the Tree of the World's Origin." Satoshi and Pikachu participate in a battle to decide this year's hero and after their victory, they are chosen as the "Wave Leader Hero." A grand dance party is held in the castle to celebrate the victor, but suddenly the phantom Pokemon Mew appears and takes Pikachu. Soon afterwards, the Wave Leader Pokemon "Lucario" is freed from his centuries-long seal and meets Satoshi. Satoshi must solve the various mysteries of where Pikachu is, what Mew's after, what the secret of the legend of the Wave Leader is and how it ties in with Lucario's hidden past as he makes his way to "the Tree of the World's Origin" with Lucario. (Source: ANN)
Van is the son of the greatest Zoid pilot in town, but he isn't living up to his father's reputation. He's lucky if he can even get a Zoid to move, but while being chased by a rampaging scorpion-like Zoid, Van finds himself in some old ruins. (Source: VIZ Media)
The plot follows the adventures of Isamu Akai and his Pokémon (Clefairy, Pikachu and Tyrogue) in Sinnoh. It is chiefly a gag manga using crude humor and slapstick. (Source: Bulbapedia)
Manga based on Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness.
Mr. Crow, a mysterious man, gathers 3 boys who love Pokémon. Katsuya is the main character, who wants to be stronger. He travels along Toki, who is experienced at traveling, and Soto, a Pokémaniac who wants to catch'em all. These characters travel alongside the Pokémon World resolving mysteries (almost of them regarding legendary Pokémon) and helping people.
A boy named Enta is invited to come to the Battle Frontier by Scott. Once there, Enta decides to battle each of the Frontier Brains.
How I Became a Pokémon Card is a manga series consisting of six volumes. Each volume features vignettes involving Pokémon like Jolteon and Dratini. A special Pokémon card is included with each book. It is drawn by Kagemaru Himeno, who is also an artist for the TCG. (Source: Bulbapedia)
A manga adaptation of Pokémon Colosseum's plot, starring Wes (Leo) and Rui fighting against Cipher. (Source: Bulbapedia)
Animal Crossing: New Horizons - Deserted Island Diary
A gag manga about four villagers living among the cast of Atsumare Doubutsu no Mori.
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.
Max is obsessed with dinosaurs. He knows his Tapejara from his Pteranodon and can find fossils better than a trained paleontologist. When he discovers a stone tablet that transports him to the age of dinosaurs, it's a dream come true--until it becomes a nightmare. An evil genius named Dr. Z has enslaved the dinosaurs so he can use their hidden powers to take over the world! Now Max has to defeat Dr. Z and his Alpha Gang to save the ancient beasts and life as we know it. (Source: Viz)
Fluffy, Fluffy Cinnamoroll
In a world full of magical creatures and talking animals, high above the skies live sentient creatures known as the "cloud kids." One such cloud kid—a white puppy with blue eyes, floppy ears, and a curly tail—struggles to learn how to fly and fit in with the rest of his kind. When a sweet smell coming from something sparkly and fluffy on Earth catches his attention, he descends to find out what the source of the scent could possibly be—leading him to Café Cinnamon. There he meets several other puppies: the friendly and stylish Mocha, the lax and bug-loving Cappuccino, the energetic tomboy Chiffon, the artistic and spoiled Espresso, and the cute baby Milk! He also meets a human girl who runs the cafe, and, upon noticing his tail, she names him Cinnamoroll. Despite his strange appearance and abilities, Cinnamoroll soon finds his place at the cafe among the other puppies. Thanks to his new friends, Cinnamoroll enjoys a life now filled with fun and adorable adventures—even while steering clear of the troublesome cloud kid Cavity. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Pokémon the Movie: Genesect and the Legend Awakened
After being gone for 300 million years, the Pokémon Genesect reappears in the world! When a group of Genesect try to take over the home of other Pokémon, Mewtwo engages them in a fierce battle! Will super speed be enough to win this fight? (Source: Barnes & Noble)
Pokémon: Kyurem VS. The Sword of Justice
This manga is based on the 15th full-length Pokémon movie. Keldeo is determined to become a Sword of Justice, but to do so, Keldeo must defeat Kyurem, one of the most powerful Dragon-type Pokémon in the world. Keldeo challenges Kyurem, unleashing a destructive force even Ash and Pikachu may be powerless to stop! (Source: Amazon)
Pokémon The Movie White: Victini and Zekrom
Meet a poor, cowardly reploid named Zero, who's lost his memories! With the help of Lito-chan, Zero's new friend and sidekick, Zero goes on a journey to find them and recover his past. Of course, he needs to fight his new enemies some of the time—but you have to get him to stop hiding behind Lito-chan first. (Source: Rockman Tanjou)
Ever since his mother passed away, first-year student Setsuna Kai swore to become stronger for her sake. Despite tireless daily training at his elementary school's kendo club, he still cannot defeat his rival and friend Mirai Kaname. However, on their everyday walk home from practice, an ominous black haze appears over Tokyo, blocking out the sky and plunging low temperatures, covering the city with crystal snow in the middle of summer. As Setsuna returns to his dark apartment, a child flies through the walls and hands him a wrapped box before taking his last breath in his arms. A demon, hellbent on taking his life, appears before Setsuna can process what had just occurred. At death's door, Setsuna's conviction to live awakens a power from deep within him, allowing him to summon a demon of his own. The Cerberus demon named Cool explains to Setsuna that he is one of the eight Devil Children who fought Hell and must now fight to save the world from destruction. Though he is vehemently opposed to accepting such an important responsibility, Setsuna's determination to surpass Mirai drives him to assume the position. Alongside Mirai—who also happens to be one of the fated Devil Children—Setsuna dives into the Demon World to locate the other six in order to fulfill their mission. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Meet Kirby! He is round and pink, ever so mischievous and is always up for a snack. Follow the adventures of Dream Land's zany cast of characters and their most awesome resident, Kirby. Kirby and his friend, Chirby, are on a quest to return the Star Rod, the legendary treasure of Dream Land. But thing aren't so easy as King Dedede wants the Star Rod all for himself. Will Kirby be able to stop thinking about food long enough to defeat King Dedede's dastardly plan and get the Star Rod back where it belongs? (Source: ANN)
The Mythical Pokemon Volcanion suddenly appears in front of Satoshi and Pikachu in the Azoth Kingdom. Volcanion calls out for Magearna, saying that it's come there to rescue it. Just who is this "Magearna" that Volcanion seems so eager to help!?
There are no items that can not be stolen by Joker, The Mysterious Thief. With his magic tricks, Joker go around the world, steal the treasure! No half-hearted, ranging from special agents to the most sophisticated equipment were deployed to subdue him. Is there anything can stop the exploits of The Mysterious Thief?! (Source: MU)
A spin-off of the long-running Doraemon manga, The Doraemons follows the adventures of the six different Doraemon that first appeared in the 3DO game, Doraemon-Legend of Friendship, The Doraemon. The Doraemons, or Dora Dora Seven (DD7), is a kind of an old boys' association of the Robot School which Doraemon attended. All the seven male members are cat-like robots of the same type, enjoy dorayaki, but usually add their own preferred seasoning. They have rock-hard heads they can use as a weapons, or to break out of prison (among other things), but this is even more enhanced in Doraemon, since he has no other special weapons, and has no ears or hat to get in the way when using this mode of attack. The gadget that can connect them is Friendship Telecard. They can call each other with the card everywhere and every time when one or more members are facing problems. (Source: Wikipedia)
Satoshi and his friends travel to LaRousse, where they meet a boy named Tooi who is afraid of Pokemon due to an incident that happened four years earlier. Meanwhile, Deoxys, a Pokemon from space, has reappeared, putting a barrier around the city and kidnapping people. Rayquaza, a Pokemon that lives in the atmosphere, comes to fight it. (Source: MU)
The time is the Sengoku period, and the characters are ninjas-in-training who have entered Ninjutsu Gakuen. Their sights are set on becoming first-class ninjas, but they usually end up creating chaos. (Source: Jmanga)
The plot follows the adventures of Red and his Pokémon as they travel to the Unova region. It is chiefly a gag manga using crude humor and slapstick. (Source: Bulbapedia)
In contrast to the first manga, this one focuses on humor and all characters are drawn in a chibi style. Different from the canon series, which aim at a juvenile public, this manga series aims at younger children, and teaches them how to play the Yu-Gi-Oh! OCG with a light and humored plot. In this story, Yuma Tsukumo, Tori Meadows, Caswell Todoroki, and Bronk Stone form a Dueling Team named ZEXAL. Also, Yuma knows Astral since the beginning, but he is still the only one who can see him. (Source: Yu-Gi-Oh! Wikia)
The Kingdom of Sound lies in a dimension where fairies prosper, relying on music from the human world to fuel their magical energy. Unfortunately, more and more songs by the humans have not been made with pure intentions, causing the fairies to suffer from a lack of pure magical energy. Concerned for her kingdom, the queen asks her daughter to visit the human world and seek individuals with vocal potential who can spread their voices and restore balance to the dimension. The queen's daughter, Princess Alto, manages to find three young school girls who attend Hinoura Elementary School who may be able to help her. These girls are Kanon Kohinata, a cheerful girl who loves to sing and has an exceptionally healing voice; Marika Amano, a prideful girl whose voice is so skillful that it rivals Kanon's; and Kodama Yagi, a careful girl who has a soft voice that synchronizes well with that of her friends. When these girls and the fairy princess meet, a friendship develops and a goal to become an idol group forms. But will these girls be able to achieve fame and save the Kingdom of Sound? [Written by MAL Rewrite]
This manga follows the plot of the third Pokemon film.
Cortex is trapped in space and needs Power Crystals to accomplish his plan for world domination. With high hopes, he sends down a transmitting device to find someone who can help him. This is where Crash, a single Bandicoot who just got dumped, finds the device and gets tricked into finding power crystals for him. There are 25 power crystals around the world and together with Aku Aku, he starts his journey to find them all.
Everyone in the world uses smartphone apps. But inside them lurks unknown creatures called "Appli Monsters," or "Appmon." The Appmon are AI lifeforms with the ability to think and act, and exist in the boundary between the human world and digital space to allow people and the system to interface and function. But in the vast sea of the internet, the "last boss AI" Leviathan takes control of the Appmon with a virus and begins hacking every system, thus starting to control the human world from the world of the net. The protagonist, Haru Shinkai, is led to acquiring the Appli Drive and uses it to materialize Gacchimon, a search app monster. What is the secret hidden within the Appli Drive? What is the mysterious field that exists between net world where the Appmon exist, and the real world? What is the "App Combine" that can combine two Appmons? What is Leviathan's true goal? (Source: ANN)
Collection of several short stories, including omake (extra) koma stories, published as an anthology. The stories are often very slapstick. (Source: Wikipedia)
This manga is based on the HGSS games and follows Jou, a Pokémon trainer, on his journey through Johto.
In the darkness, terrible creatures of the night have started attacking people, unable to defend themselves... until it appears Jango, a young Vampire Slayer which is allied with a beautiful young and spirit of the sun to defeat the forces of darkness.
The plot follows the adventures of Red and his Pokémon as they travel to the Kalos region. It is chiefly a gag manga using crude humor and slapstick. (Source: Bulbapedia)
Let's & Go!! focused on Retsu and Go Seiba, two young brothers who recieve racing cars called "Mini 4WD" by Dr. Tsuchia. From there on, the series portraits those two boys, training and costumizing parts to later on participate on Japans Cup, where all of Japans racers enter to be the best of the best!
A really short story about a princess (mokona). Published in 2 versions, a 3d book format and a regular manga.
Yuu Shirogane is a hot blooded schoolboy who competitively plays the Nintendo DS game Pokémon Platinum in order to become the Battle King. (Source: Bulbapedia)
When Ash and Pikachu hitch a ride aboard the Legendary Pokémon Lugia, they discover another kid is also on board! Meet Goh, who wants to catch every Pokémon ever—including Mew! Can Ash and Goh make their lofty dreams come true? (Source: VIZ Media)
A mysterious organization is interested in fledging duelist Shobu Kirifuda's ability to bring Duel Master creatures to life. With the support of his friends, Shobu duels with passion, discipline, and heart as he strives to be like his father and become the next Kaijudo master. The story centers around the card game Duel Masters, which revolves around five civilizations (Fire, Water, Light, Darkness, Nature).
Pokemon the Movie: I Choose You!
When Satoshi oversleeps on his 10th birthday, he ends up with a stubborn Pikachu instead of the first partner Pokemon he wanted! But after a rocky start, Satoshi and Pikachu become close friends and true partners—and when they catch a rare glimpse of the Legendary Pokemon Ho-Oh in flight, they make plans to seek it out together. Trainers Makoto and Souji join Satoshi on his journey, and along the way, they meet the mysterious Mythical Pokemon Marshadow. When they near their goal, an arrogant Trainer named Cross stands in their way. Can Satoshi and Pikachu defeat him and reach Ho-Oh as they promised, or will their journey end here? (Source: Viz Media)
The world of Croket! is one inhabited by both humans and exotic creatures such as anthropomorphic animals and where individuals called Bankers travel around the world to collect magical coins called Kinkas with their Kinka Banks. Kinkas are said to activate the appearance of the Bank Wizard, who will grant the wish of any Banker who collects enough Kinkas. The story mainly revolves around Croket, a young and scrappy Banker with incredible strength whose wish is to revive his father, a legendary Banker named Burger, who was said to be defeated by a villain Croket knows as the "Black Gown Man." (Source: Wikipedia)
Jirachi: Wish Maker
A comic adaptation of the Pokemon movie! Young Max has always wished for a Pokemon partner to call his own, and when travelling magician Butler offers him Jirachi: a rare wishing Pokemon that awakens once every thousand years for seven days. He quickly jumps at the chance... without knowing he has just fallen into an evil trap set up by Butler to fulfill his own wish: the revival of a lengendary Pokemon! Together with his sister, May, and experienced trainers Ash and Brock with their Pokemon partners, Max must now rescue Jirachi from the clutches of evil before Jirachi returns to his thousand year slumber! Will Max's wish come true before time runs out? (Source: Chuang Yi Production)
A manga based on Shigesato Itoi's cult video game "Mother 2" ("Earthbound" in North America) and illustrated by Benimaru Itoh.
Satoshi and company are challenged by a strange, cloaked pokemon, known to the reader as Team Rocket's genetic monster, Mewtwo. It's up to Satoshi to challenge this mysterious being... (Source: ANN)
To commemorate the upcoming release of Bokujou Monogatari: Kimi to Sodatsu Shima (Island of Happiness), the Japanese children's magazine Shogaku San-Nen-Sei has published a 16-page manga story, drawn by the official Harvest Moon character illustrator, Igusa Matsuyama. The first chapter appears in the magazine's January 2007 edition, with a follow up chapter in their February edition. » Mark's Story Mark has crash landed on an island, and helps out the local family that took him in to start their first year of growing crops. » Chelsea's Story Chelsea accidentally hires two robbers, but they do a really good job of helping her out around the farm, and leave to become better people.
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.
Manga about a hedgehog boy named Nicky Parlouzer who can turn into Sonic the Hedgehog. Along with Miles "Tails" Prower, Sonic fights Dr. Eggman. Nicky has several friends in the "real world", including little John, his girlfriend Amy (a prototype/first incarnation of Amy Rose), and Charmy (a prototype/first incarnation of Charmy Bee). Nicky also encounters a lizard bully named Anton Beruuka with his little brother, Matt, and their pet, Mad. Nicky's family at home includes his mother, Brenda, his father, Paulie, and his little sister, Anita. (Source: Wikipedia)
A regular high school boy has to take care of three vampire kids. And they're hungry.
In 2046, a revolutionary 80% shock-absorbing reinforced cardboard has been developed, rapidly transforming the world's exports. The reinforced cardboard would soon become the battleground for a popular children's hobby called "LBX" (Little Battler eXperience). Four years later, a boy named Yamano Ban who loves to play with LBX (although without a mecha himself) is given a case containing the model AX-00 by a mysterious woman. He is told that he now holds the hopes and despairs of mankind in his hands.
The manga features Kenta Minamii and his goal to become a great player of the Pokémon Trading Card Game. It is especially notable for taking place in the real world, rather than the Pokémon world or the GB Islands. (Source: Bulbapedia)
A manga that focuses on puzzles to get further into the story's plot. The manga centers around Pikachu and his team of Hoenn starters versus a team of Smoochum, Cleffa, and Igglybuff.
Great Mazinger starts after the defeat of Mazinger Z. Tetsuya Tsurugi is the new protagonist, piloting the powerful Great Mazinger, a creation of the once thought dead Kenzo Kabuto, the father of Koji Kabuto. This time the enemy is the Mycene Empire and its powerful robots. (Source: MU)
Pokémon Horizon: Sun & Moon
Akira is a young boy excited to begin his summer vacation in the tropical region of Alola. But despite being related to the region's resident professor, his neverending school work and chores leave him with no time to learn about the creatures surrounding this new environment—Pokémon! So when Dr. Kukui shows him a battle between two Pokémon, he is immediately fascinated, especially admiring Iwanko, a Rock-type fighter that seems willing to surpass its limits. When Akira expresses his trust in Iwanko's strong willpower in another fight, a mysterious gemstone on its neck begins to shine and unleashes what Dr. Kukui recognizes to be a "Z-Move." As Akira resolves to become a Pokémon Trainer, Dr. Kukui advises him to begin island-visiting with Iwanko and his assistant Mana all around Alola. However, not long after starting his horizon-broadening journey, Akira and his companions soon encounter the mysterious and malicious Team Kings. What is this gang's agenda, and why do they seek to capture Iwanko? [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Danpei Ichihgeki is an energetic boy who is entering elementary school. He is also the son of Daijur Ichigeki, a great Dodgeball player who has vanished with out a trace. Following his father's footstep, Danpei want to be a great Dodgeball player and tries very hard in this game.
The manga is about Ryuu who is trying to become a Battrio Master. (Source: Bulbapedia)
Ayumu is a hardworking yet timid kid who is constantly being bullied. One day, he finds himself being punched into the air... and waking up in a boxing gym! Thus, Ayumu's quest to become "just a little bit" stronger begins with the two wacky members of the Gold Boxing Gym. Will Ayumu finally stand up for himself or will his timidness get the better of him? (Source: MU)
The story of Nico, a young boy who aims to find the ends of the world.
Subaru is grieving the disappearance of his father and questioning the unusual partnership he has gained with the AM-ian War-Rock. By combining their powers, they are able to transform into the EM Wave Human named Rock Man and battle crime.