Kurozuchou, a small fogbound town on the coast of Japan, is cursed. According to Shuichi Saito, the withdrawn boyfriend of teenager Kirie Goshima, their town is haunted not by a person or being but by a pattern: uzumaki, the spiral, the hypnotic secret shape of the world. It manifests itself in small ways: seashells, ferns, whirlpools in water, whirlwinds in air. And in large ways: the spiral marks on people's bodies, the insane obsessions of Shuichi's father, the voice from the cochlea in your inner ear. As the madness spreads, the inhabitants of Kurouzu-cho are pulled ever deeper, as if into a whirlpool from which there is no return...
(Source: VIZ Media)
Big Comic Spirits
A teenage girl, who possesses the "Mystic Eyes of Death Perception," a supernatural ability that allows the user to see the "death" of everything in existence and kill the object by destroying its "origin." She recently recovered from a two-year coma caused by a traffic accident. Prior to the traffic accident, she originally had two personalities, a male personality named Shiki (織), and the original female personality Shiki (式). Children born into the Ryougi family are generally male and are raised with two personalities, so the male personality is customarily called the "yang" personality, while the female is called the "yin" personality. It is easy to tell which Shiki is speaking at a given time because they both have a distinct style of speaking, most notably that the female Shiki refers to herself with the pronoun watashi (私), while male Shiki refers to himself as ore (俺). After waking from her coma, Shiki discovers that she can no longer feel the male Shiki's presence and assumes that he died because of the accident. She also feels a detachment from her memories before the accident, and while she knows she is Shiki, she does not feel that she is. In the hopes of regaining herself and the "dead" Shiki, she puts on a cold facade that somewhat resembles the male Shiki's and tries to act as the female Shiki did. Touko understands the sense of detachment Shiki feels, but considers the current Shiki a third, new personality.
The series is regarded as being set in the same world as another TYPE-MOON series, Tsukihime, with Aoko Aozaki's sister Touko Aozaki being featured in this series and the protagonist of the series, Shiki Ryougi, possessing the same abilities as Tsukihime's protagonist, Shiki Tohno.
This manga is a story based on a thriller story written by Keigo Higashino. The main protagonist, the shy Jun Naruse, is a rather average guy who works for a electronic company and loves to draw. He falls in love with Megumi, whom he met at a shop selling drawing materials, and an intimate relationship develops. A few days later, the office gets attacked, and when the criminal tries to shoot a little girl, Jun saves her by jumping in front of her.
A month passes until he wakes up again and is told that half his brain was destroyed, and he only survived because someone donated half a brain. Everything seems to be fine. He quickly recovers and is happy, however, he begins to change... Is the donated brain the reason for this change? Or, is it just a side effect of the medicine?
Young Sunday (Weekly)
1-6. The Collection
8. The Unscratchable Itch
9. Holy Night
Manga Erotics F
Hadesu Sensei is no ordinary middle school nurse. In fact, many students believe he is a shinigami. His excessive friendliness and eagerness to win his students' affection does little to offset his terrifying appearance. But, fortunately for this middle school, Hadesu Sensei is an expert at extracting "byouma", demons of disease, from possessed students!
Shounen Jump (Weekly)
A collection of one-shots by Mashima Hiro
Plue no Bouken Nikki II (Plue's Adventures Pt. II)
Bad Boys Song
Xmas Hearts (Christmas Hearts)
Kongou Sentai Mixture (Fighting Group Mixture)
Shounen Magazine (Weekly)
After a brutal beating at the hands of a group of thugs, a man wakes up to discover that the people around him no longer have eyes.
First issue of a canceled series; collected (in thumbnails) in Blame and So on (Artbook)
A teenaged girl, who possesses the "Mystic Eyes of Death Perception", a supernatural ability that allows the user to see the "death" of everything in existence and kill the object by destroying its "origin". She recently recovered from a two-year coma caused by a traffic accident. Prior to the traffic accident, she originally had two personalities, a male personality named Shiki (織), and the original female personality Shiki (式). Children born into the Ryōgi family are generally male and are raised with two personalities, so the male personality is customarily called the "yang" personality, while the female is called the "yin" personality. It is easy to tell which Shiki is speaking at a given time because they both have a distinct style of speaking, most notably that the female Shiki refers to herself with the pronoun watashi (私), while male Shiki refers to himself as ore (オレ). After waking from her coma, Shiki discovers that she can no longer feel the male Shiki's presence and assumes that he died because of the accident. She also feels a detachment from her memories before the accident, and while she knows she is Shiki, she does not feel that she is. In the hopes of regaining herself and the "dead" Shiki, she puts on a cold façade that somewhat resembles the male Shiki's and tries to act as the female Shiki did. Tōko understands the sense of detachment Shiki feels, but considers the current Shiki a third, new personality.
Anamorphosis revolves around a group of people invited to a contest wherein they have to stay in a supposedly haunted set for 48 hours after an evil murderous spirit is summoned to produce a recreation of the murder scene.
Over half of the book features this story and the rest is a collection of bizarre shorts designed to shock you?!
(Source: Brolen, edited)
Orochi is a philosophical horror manga series from Japan's master of the horror genre.
Each chapter is a separate story that explores different aspects of humanity and the human condition. The main character, Orochi, is a mysterious woman with odd powers and a keen interest in understanding human nature. In her travels, she meets people that she is so fascinated by that she takes an interest in their lives, sometimes for the better and sometimes for the worse.
Horihone, Saizou, Uziga, Waita, Kago, Shintarou, Hayami, Jun, Tsukimori, Masato, Machino, Henmaru, Hattori, Mitsuka, Shiraishi, Asuka, Ochita, Taiji
A compilation of short stories by various ero-guro artists.
An officially published anthology series for Higurashi no Naku Koro ni, created by several artists based upon reader submitted stories.
The first two volumes draw their primary inspiration from question arcs, while the latter volumes draw inspiration from the answer arcs.
Serialisation information and a (currently incomplete) chapter listing can be found under more info tab.
The first portion of the manga takes place three years before the original Drakengard. One, along with his elven companion Nero, travel through Midgard killing all those that suffer from the Red Eye disease, eventually killing the current head of the Cult of Watchers, Fey.
The second portion of the manga consists of a flashback that takes place six years before the original Drakengard, on the day of Caim's birthday. It details the spread of the Red Eye disease throughout Caerleon and the death of Caim's parents at the hands of Legna
(Source: Drakengard Wikia)
This manga presents different stories settled in a future world in which biomechanoids of any kind are created for every purpose.
All the stories, through different angles and in a somewhat bizzare fashion, explore the same theme:are they mere machines or do they dream of electric sheeps?
3 volumes which contain darker, more mature versions of the most famous Grimm fairytales, all one-shots authored by different mangaka.
- Covered In Cinders/Hai Kaburi (by Aya Kotokawa)
- Rapunzel (by Mimei Sakamoto)
- The Frog Prince (by Noji Hashimoto)
- Vampire Fantasy/Kyuuketsuki Gensou (by Rie Hanamura)
Other authors: Hanako Matsuyama, Kumiko Takeuchi, Mio Kasuga, Naoko Fuse, Romuko Miike, Satsuki Fukuzato, Takayoshi Sagami.
1. The Big Funeral
A funeral held in a confusing town leads to many strange characters running into one another while searching for it.
2. The Big Collection
3. The Big Trial
4. The Big End
5. Drunkard Condo Syndrome
One after the other, drunken salary-men come home to the wrong floor of their complex.
6. Drizzle on Blue Fields
7. The Elegant Enjoyment of Professor Tsuke Toume
8. Chieri Nishikawa and Her Pleasant Friend
A technician becomes obsessed with slicing things. The trouble starts when people become his next objective.
Collection of surreal erotic grotesque stories from Suehiro Maruo which he released from 1981 to 1993.
The stories are:
1. Putrid Night
2. Sewer Boy
3. A Season In Hell
4. Shit Soup
5. The Great Masturbator
6. Putrid Night: Raven Of Oedipus
7. Sewer Boy: Paradise
8. Voyeur In The Attic
9. Non-resistance City
A collection of various stories by Suehiro Maruo.
Bandou Eiji is a hitman (though he hates to be called as such...) with more than a few screws loose. This 3 chapter mini-series from the creator of Hellsing follows the escapades of the demented Bandou as he picks off one target after another whilst simultaneously confusing the hell out of onlookers with his unhinged mental disposition!
The story centers around a 12 year old girl named Ain, who often builds random devices despite the lack of scientific background for them. The sci-fi alternative period story is set in Tokyo during the Taisho era in 1922, one year before the 1923 Great Kanto earthquake.
Note: There are some differences in story between serialized version and published book.
Collection of ero-grotesque stories; including rape, mutilation, degradation and usual Uziga Waita's subjects.
1. Akuta Mushi (Cockroach)
2. Sanagi no Yoru (Night Of Chrysalis)
4. Chou Bouei Fujin Ultra Mariko-san
5. 4-jikanme Seibutsu (4th Class: Biology)
8-9. Death Face
11. Calling You
Shintaro Kago collection
A Certain Hero's Death:
Imagine, that the roles of whales and humans were swapped. So whales (or whale-like creatures) would be rather small, able to talk and smart. Humans would be large, stupid and hunted by whale-people. Then shake this all in the slightly insane head of Shintaro Kago ad you get this peculiar one-shot.
Garden is a collection of Furuya Usamaru's "indie" shorts that were published in Comic Cue, Manga Erotics and GARO. The title is obviously a reference to Hieronymus Bosch's famous triptych The Garden of Earthly Delights, with the first story being a homage to said painting. The other stories range from absurd comedies to fantasy and horror. It's a very eclectic mixture, but make no mistake: artistically, Garden might just be Furuya's most accomplished work after Marie no Kanaderu Ongaku.
1. Ratai no Kigen (The Origin of Nudity)
2. Tenshi no Fellatio (Angelic Fellatio)
4. Umi kara Kita Kikai (The Machine That Came from the Sea)
5. Tsuki no Sho (The Book of the Moon)
6. Egao de Sayounara (Say Goodbye with a Smile)
1. Ekimae Hanayome
2. Ekimae Kotei
3. Ekimae Hikidashi
4. Ekimae Setsudan
5. Ekimae Haikan
6. Ekimae Hakkutsu
7. Ekimae Bouka
8. Ekimae Asshuku
9. Ekimae Hansha
10. Ekimae Meikyuu (Labyrinth)
11. Ekimae Koushi
12. Ekimae Ryuushi
13. Soratobu Hanayome
Do you have a grudge against another soul? Would you like them to suffer painfully in the worst way possible? Creating and harnessing the power of an inugami may be just what you need. Created by starving, decapitating and boxing the head of a dog, these supernatural entities can carry out your bidding. However, often other spirits and shikigami have the power to defeat even the inukami. And above all, a powerful man known as the Inukami wanders the land, witnessing inugami use and carrying out deeds of his own...
Young Champion Magazine
The story is based on the classic work of the same name by Edgar Allen Poe. This is an original rendition of the traditional story. It is NOT for the faint of heart!
K' (K-Dash) is a four volume doujinshi compilation released by Kodansha containing oneshots by a number of different authors and artists.
The first two issues contained short stories by published mangaka such as CLAMP and Ikumi Mia (amongst others).
The first issue was released in December 2002 at Comiket 63, while the second was released in March 2003 to commemorate the opening of the K-Square store.
These two issues contained short comedic stories from CLAMP; Tokyo Tower Kankeisha Kakui (characters from Chobits, Rayearth and Cardcaptor Sakura running into each other in the Tokyo Tower) and Murikuri Holic (Watanuki and Yuuko working at the K-Square store while characters from Murikuri look on)
The third and fourth issues consisted primarily of work from doujinshi artists.
Collection of surreal erotic grotesque stories.
1. Boku no Shounen Jidai (My Youth)
3. Proletariat no Hisokana Tanoshimi (The Proletarians' Secret Playtime)
4. America Umare no Celluloid (Celluloid Made in America)
6. Kusare Omeko ni DDT (DDT for a Rotten War)
7-8. Arakajime Funou no Koibito-tachi 1, 2 (Impotent Boyfriends Since the Beginning)
9. Shoujo Jigoku (Female Hell)
10. Mottomo Kusai Yuugi (The Stinkiest Game)
11. Tsuki yori no Shisha (Messenger of the Moon)
12. Kiseki no Hito (The Miraculous Man)
13. Doutei Kawayanosuke: Ore no Na wa Minus (My Name is Shit)
One day Aiko finds herself pregnant for unknown reasons as she is a virgin. Searching for an answer she discovers multiple parallel universes, but that is just the beginning of her troubles.
See the antics of people who can only speak one word at a time.
1. Douryoku Sensen
2. Douryoku Gurentai
3. Douryoku Keikaku
4. Douryoku Saishuu Sakusen
5. Chou Doryoku Jikuu Teni
6. Chou Doryoku Uchuusen Raishuu
7. Banji Kaichou
8. Banji Ryoukou
9. Banji Taihei (Everything's Peaceful)
10. Kaidan Kimusume Kyuuketsuki
11. Kin no Magokoro
12. Renai Junkesshousen
13. Bikkuri Mokushiroku
14. Koshinuke Shinshu Tanjou
A Hikikomori hears voices that lead him to a young girls apartment.
Shiino Tazumura is a bit of an odd girl. One day in a park, beside what is rumoured to be a haunted house, she discovers a beautiful dog injured behind the bushes whose wounds she tends to. The next day, a beautiful boy resembling the dog shows up on her doorstep...
1. Ekimae Anda (Safety Hit in Front of the Station)
2. Ekimae Gorin (Olympics in Front of the Station)
3. Ekimae Yuubin
4. Ekimae Toukaku
5. Ekimae Youhou
6. Ekimae Manzai
7. Ekimae Zenmai (Springs in Front of the Station)
8. Ekimae Konpou
9. Ekimae Senkou (Punctures in Front of the Station)
10. Ekimae Kyuuin
11. Ekimae Bakuhatsu
12. Ekimae Anahori
Ma*** is a seemlingly ordinary girl who one day meets a tiny maid-creature named Cheko-chan. However, she is not what most anime/manga fans think of as a maid, but instead a strange creature with lots of mysterious and funny behaviors. Soon more friends of Cheko arrive for more and more weird side characters.
Shintaro Kago one shot collection.
- Kairaku no Danmenteki Yokosuberi (The Pleasure of a Slippery Cross-Section)
- Zetsuboutek Kanashimi no Amaki Shirase (Many Times of Joy and Sorrow)
Maruo, Suehiro, Hanawa, Kazuichi, Hino, Hideshi, Nekojiru, Ebisu, Yoshikazu, Yamada, Hanako, Nemoto, Takashi
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. (Source: Blast Books)
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 & Nekojiru
For a long time, in this world, there existed "giants". They were used as tools and played an important role in the turn of history. The key to the secret lies in Mongolia.
A Dark Symphony played by the "civilization" of the "power"!
Discover Kago's peculiar vision of world history in this genius para-historic blockbuster!
A self-published one shot, by Shintaro Kago.
Renei thinks she's going crazy. After many years, she has begun to dream about "Ku's World" all the time, a place beneath the shadow of the mysterious Mount Babiranma which is inhabited by fantastic creatures -Nagizari, God, the little Rey, the lethal teppas- which is where her dead brother, who is going through an identity crisis, may be, as well as her best friend, who committed suicide some time ago and has now returned for her. As she muses on the sense of life, things in the real world do not seem to be going her way either and when the inhabitants of "Ku's World" begin to reveal themselves to her and try to persuade her to go along with them, she no longer knows if her life is a dream or a nightmare. Will they find the answer to the mystery Mt. Babiranma conceals? And more importantly, will they all escape with their lives?
(Source: Ponent Mon)
Collection of erotic grotesque stories. They all contain an heavy dose of violence, mutilation, rape and cannibalism.
The stories are:
01. Flesh Colored Water
03. Together With Peko
05. Jill's Knife
07. Crybaby Sick
08. Three Bums
09. Disposable Toys
The Apocalypse didn't end with a BANG, but with a whimper. Silently, the "amnesia wind" swept away all of mankind's knowledge. Thousands of years of human civilization vanished overnight as people forgot how to use the tools of modern civilization; who they were—how to speak—everything. Technology decayed as mankind was reduced to an extremely primitive level. Two years after the devastation, a young man explores a nation reduced to barbarism: America.
Miraculously re-educated after the cataclysm, a young man is accompanied by a strange woman—somehow spared the obliterating effects of the amnesia wind. Pursued by a relentless killing machine, they search for those responsible for stealing their memories.
That girl was once called "Hero."
She was seen as the savior of Humanity and as the ultimate obliterator of Demons plaguing the world. Her magic was rule-breaking, her healing powers almighty, her weapon mastery unparalleled, and her will is of steel.
And then, she was called "monster," and her tremendous power and abnegation was feared. Betrayed by her own comrades, she continued alone in her mission. She will not stop until all Demons are eradicated. Killing, killing, killing them all. Because that's the Hero's duty.
Losing her past, gaining new companions won't alter her path. There is only one reason guiding her actions.
"Because I'm a Hero."
In Tokorozawa, Saitama prefecture, various events spin out of control; Urban legends, axe murderers hiding under the bed, magicial girls crashing through ceilings, an isolated island where everyone is a destined hero, and where people suddenly vanish. Tragic consequences that intertwine and link various people, and one person was involved in all of these events without fail - Hariyama-san. This ordinary person, whose only noticeable trait is that he wears glasses. Why does he seem to be involved every time? At the centre of this world of strange events? Who is he?
This is a series of short stories linked only by Hariyama-san, who appears as a minor character in each.
Volume information under More Info.
1. Gekitsuu 100%
2. Sakki made wa Suteki
3. Yuri ga Iru Sekai
4. Mika ni Totte no Juugatsu Yokka
5. Yami wo Kogasu
6. Hon bakari Fureta Te de
9. Kaoru Shissou
10. Koukishin Ijou
A collection of oneshots and early works by Kato Shinkichi.
In this world, there are two types of humans: Normal Humans and Synthetic Humans.
An alternative history take on World War II, in which the fighting nations discover a way to turn women into giant-sized bio mechanical weapons.
A collection of sixteen early works by Nishioka Kyodai, including their three-part debut series. As always the stories range from the whimsical to the surreal, with tales of serial killers, bird women, and a man who one day wakes to find himself with a pouch like a kangaroo.
2. Boku Mushi
3. Aru Kinzoku Bat Jisatsu
4. Mono no Okibasho
6. Kaze no Fuiteiru Hi
7. Ame no Futteiru Hi
10. Satsujinki-P no Noroi
14. Boku ga Koroshita Mono: Tobirabito
15. Boku ga Koroshita Mono: Kangaroo no Matsuei
16. Boku ga Koroshita Mono: Shinkei
Six horror, dark, and gruesome stories authored by Meimu.
1- House Of The Horror
2- At The Confines Of The Mother Earth
4- The Monstrous Laboratory
5- Sirens - Form Of Aquatic Life
6- Bloodred - The Red Flower
Kazuhiro finds in his bed a body of a middle aged man. He decides to get rid of the questions arising in his head by disposing of the body.
Shonen Shojo is an assamblage of Satoshi Fukushima's short stories. The only thing the 28 chapters really have in common is that they revolve around the relation between male and female, mainly boys and girls.
Each story experimates with completely new topics. There may be young musicians, football playing girls, aliens, popstars, samurai, yakuza, seniors or even caries bacteria.
Anyhow some of the stories are continued. What one could call the main story (because there is one episode in each volume) is telling of the girl Yoshiko who has pushed her friend into a deep fountain. Unfortunately this boy dies in this accident and Yoshiko now feels guilty towards the boy's younger brother Goro. In some time steps the reader is following their uncertain relationship.
Despite the name, Shonen Shojo is not a book for children. Often the stories end abruptly and leave a lot of space for interpretations.
Colin lives in an orphanage with other orphans and Richar, her fiance. Richar is a rich noble who unfortunately lost his sight when he was young, however, he loves Colin despite not knowing her appearance. One day, Colin got the news that her family is still out there and set outs to visit them in Paris, France. Determined to get back to her family, she made friends with Anna, a poor common thief on the ship. Anna then learned about Colin's nobel family while chatting with her. When the ship got in a storm, Colin begged for help from Anna, however was betrayed by her due to her jealousy and evil mind.
Anna really believed that Colin really died, so with the information that she heard from Colin, she pretended to be Colin and lived with Colin's family. Soon after, Colin was rescued, but she couldn't remember anything that had happened before... What is her relationship with the orphanage? And why is it that she can't remember the certain someone...?
1999. The "end of the world" that was talked half in doubt since Nostradamus' prediction was finally proven wrong.
But unknown to the public, an abnormal phenomenon was starting to spread. A "Disease" which disturbs the normal cell division process, making young girls' body rot alive, slowly killing them. And a beautiful and grotesque being born from this disease, guided by a hapless fate, starts walking on the borderline between good will and ill will, with the wafting sweet scent of death.
A remote village massacred in Andalusia. A single man apprehended wading through the aftermath. But the killer they've brought down from the mountains is entirely impossible for them to retain...
The world has been stained by blood before. So it shall be again.
(Source: Yen Press)
What's cuter than two kittens that have only one desire: to discover the world and the many surprises in it...? But the tale quickly turns into a nightmare when the true nature of these evil creatures is revealed. With an unique sense of cynicism and wickedness, Nekojiru creates an inherently cruel and absurd universe where the two kittens transform their environment into a huge playground.
1. Kobito no Kutsuya (Little People of the Shoe Store)
2. Sanae-san no Nazo (Sanae-san's Mystery)
3. Geinin Jigoku-hen (Entertainer Hell)
4. Kirei na Kintama (Beautiful Testicles/Beautiful Goldenball)
5. Gekisatsu Friendly Park (Strong Poison Friendly Park)
6. Subete no Jidai wo Tsuujite no Kyuuketsujutsu (Blood-sucking Techniques Throughout the Ages)
7. Zipang Seihin wa Kowarenai (Zipangu Goods Aren't Broken)
8. Chimamire Mahou wa Ai no Jumon (Bloodstained Magic is a Love Spell)
9. Totsu no Sekai (Convex World)
10. Koi no Choujikuuhou (Love's Super Dimension Method)
11. Kokuu no Akui (The Void's Malice)
Masaru Nakatani is obsessed with eroges. One day, while walking home with his childhood friend, Yuka Shimizu, he remembers the game he ordered. He runs home to play it and...
What will nursing be like in the future?
Yukie Sakai, a home care giver, is a specialist for nursing patients under the serious condition. The patients are, for example, "Reddleman," the hero who used to protect peace on earth, and the president of an advanced nursing home in which everything is controlled by machines, and...!
Volume 1: Tantei SumoKING (Detective SumoKING), India de Ransuu
Volume 2: Separate
A guy sees a blood donor van out at night, but it turns out to be a trap set by two girls who say that they need to drink his essence.
You've never seen manga like this before! No annoying speed lines or sappy, neotenic eyeballs here — just pure Japanese counterculture. This anthology of contemporary underground comics from Japan features a wide variety of styles and topics ranging from the humorous to the profound. There's a whole world of comics out there, and it's not all Godzilla and schoolgirls! A great introduction to the other Japanese comics featuring Asia's answers to Robert Crumb, Dan Clowes, and Chester Brown!
List of included Oneshots:
"Horse Horse Tiger Tiger" by Imiri Sakabashira
"A Hooker's Room" by Naoto Yamakawa
"Kisses" by Kiriko Nananan
"Kitty Court Drama" by Nekojiru
"What a Mixed Up World!" by Yasuji Tanioka
"Million Dollars" by Yoshiharu Mitsumoto
"The Abalone Cat" by Naoki and Shunichi Karasawa.
A seminal work of manga from the mid-1980s, Monster Man Bureiko Lullaby is a Candide-esque tale–if you can picture Candide as a mutated sperm brought to life by radioactivity. Unremittingly explicit, this is the comics equivalent of Henry Miller at his best: direct, honest and insightful while simultaneously beautiful and grotesque.
A group of friends is attempting to enter a garden just beyond a wall. When they succeed, the garden they finally enter is no Eden, but rather a massive landscape of machines, geometric forms and all manner of nonorganic objects.
Nanako is a supergirl. She became a friend of Yotsuya and Idabashi, a genius who think all time to money and an otaku. She can fly, has super strength and she is smart and shy. The story unfolds as Nanako encounters a variety of dangerous missions and mysterious events, but her natural sunny disposition helps her through all the incidents as she solves each mystery one after the other.
Grotesque and hilarious manga that became an '80 cult.
A man with amnesia wakes up in a strange world.
Two dolls, animated by the Divine Providence, sent by the world, in different times, to answer people prayers. Extra non-sense.
Young King OURs
A guro hentai manga by ero-guro phenomenon, Uziga Waita.
2. Sae to Yuki
3. Fukagyaku no Oto
6-8. Niku no Tobira
9. Hito wo Koroshicha Ikenai Wake ga
10. Aru Hazu ga Nai
Asura is an unrelentingly dark drama that follows the struggles of a young boy who did whatever it took to survive during a time of war and famine in medieval Japan.
Shounen Magazine (Weekly)
One night, a set of twins pick up a ragged "doll" they find in the middle of the road.
1. Nihonichi no Bishoujo no Machi (Japan's Number One Beauty Town)
2. Konno Shigure no Koufukunaru Hibi (Konno Shigure's Blessed Daily Life)
3. Toomezuka Sensei no Yuuganaru Tanoshimi (Miss Toomezuka's Refined Hobby)
4. Nukekubi Aika (Lament of the Headless)
5. Shiroi Ito (White String)
6. Koukou Kansen Shoukougun (Oral Cavity Contagion Syndrome)
7. Atsume Mono * Sawa (Collecting * Touch)
8. Atsume Mono * Mizu (Collecting * Water)
9. Ekimae Toono (Station Toono)
10. Ekimae Indo (Station India)
11. Inbiji (Invis)
12. Gotouchi Kankouannai (Local Tourist Information)
13. Koi no Choujikuuhou (Super Dimensional Love Gun)
14. Tonde Menihairu Natsu no Mushi (The Summer Bugs That Fly Into Your Eyes)
A story of Seung-ryong, a 27 year old, mentally challenged guy because of a brain damage he suffered when young. A huge online hit.
A new collection of exhilarating adventure by the king of underground manga!
"Bark at the moon", the tale of a terrorist stealing a mysterious liquid from a passenger; "Highway Romantic Vs. Sodomy Diner", evil picture of an American village hiding behind the veil of a peaceful routine a reality made of assassins and crazy men; "The Drifter", the tale of an uneven alien invasion; "Dead Skater", dark story of a crazy violent kid and a crazy scientist; "The Workers of Hamano Factory", a X-files like short story, filled to the top by mysterious objects and human-like aliens; last but not the least, "Dong!", the tale of a war for power inside a Mafioso family! If you think that "manga" only means "Goldrake" or "Dragon Ball", get ready for a shocking read!
Collection of short stories, many of which seem to have to do with copies/doppelgangers.
3. Nagaaaai Yoru
4. Pimple Pimple Little Star
5. To Love Again
6. Kotenteki Hatsumehin ni yoru Kotenteki Paradox no Pattern
7. Katei, Shiyuu Zaisan, Kokka no Kigen
8. Haru Random
10. Kontora Bass Dokusou ni Yoru Mubansou Sonata Hen Rochouchuo Andante
11. Tenraku no Ballade
12. Manatsu no Yoru no Masayume
13. Itoshi no Remy
14. Le Chateau
16. Communication Break Down?
17. Buta mo Ki kara Ochiru
18. Fukuyamanga Kyoushikyoku
Big Comic Original Zoukan
Zajirou is a salaryman who draws manga during his daily four-hour round-trip commute—a perfectly appropriate activity on a subway that shuttles between fantasy and reality. Today he continues to ride that real/surreal subway, pen in hand, depicting a mysterious underground world where pens take the form of pantographs and elephants amble aboard the train.
(Source: Japan Media Arts Festival)
Yuichi Yokoyama makes comics in a unique language situated somewhere between the primal drives of William Blake and the elegant geometries of Sol Lewitt—they are works of philosophical complexity and stunning visual power, of which he has said, "I'm not trying to write stories that are set in the future, but rather to write stories which are delivered from references to any given epoch or time. If the history of the world had turned out differently from what we know today, men would live according to different sets of values and different aesthetics It would be a civilization completely alien to ours." This first U.S. book on Yokoyama's work combines two of the artist's central themes: fighting and building. One set of graphic stories, Public Works, details massive structures being erected across a landscape. Plot is pushed aside in favor of sheer formal verve as we watch buildings, about which we know nothing, come into being. The other set of stories, Combats, is one sequence after another of elegantly choreographed battles. Manga comics have never seen a talent that combines this level of formal ambition with such exquisitely drawn depictions of fashion, art and architecture.
Meet Igazukin, the littlest ninja of the Iga clan! Though a student of the ninja arts, Igazukin would much rather pick flowers than pick up a throwing star, but her talent soon catches the attention of the dashing ninja, Kotaro Fuma. He comes to Igazukin with an ultimatum - join his band of ninjas or else! Can Igazukin fend off the thieves, bandits and rival ninjas that plague her training, or is she destined to wield nothing more deadly than a bouquet of flowers? (Source: ADV)
Comic Blade Masamune
Enomoto: New Elements that Shake the World is a manga written and drawn by Shunji Enomoto. It appeared in Kodansha's Weekly Morning from 1997 to 2003 and has been gathered into nine book collections. It is filled with extreme scatological and sexual humor on a gargantuan scale. The series centers on the exploits of the shameless and irresponsible salaryman Gosuke Maeda, his equally unhinged preadolescent son Michiro, and various depraved co-workers, including the obsessive voyeur and exhibitionist Tamura and the unsmiling closet dominatrix Kuzuhara.
Mankind's prosperity has led to a vast population increase and serious food shortages. In an attempt to solve the food shortage problem, scientists create a new species to use for food, and place the herd in northern Japan. In time, the creatures mutate and attack the people of Japan. An international peacekeeping organization called the Armed Volunteers tries to stop the creatures, now referred to as "ruffians," but they also oppress the Japanese.
Another group, referring to itself as the Savior Group and led by a mysterious woman named Achi, rises up to defend Japan against the Ruffians and Armed Volunteers.
The 12th manga of Ryokunohara Series. The manga started of with Kanata heard a girl crying for help during the night. He noticed the strange weather, the same type of weather before his parent died. He found the girl that is crying for help, and she knows him? He doesn't recognize her and have no clue why she knows who he is. Soon before Kanata helps her, she died, disappeared in Kanata's arm....or it seemed so. The next morning, that girl appear to be a new student in his school. She tries to hook up with Kanata yet isolate herself from everybody else. Why and how she is still alive? And what exactly she is up to approaching Kanata like this? What is the explanation of her behavior?
Hana to Yume
At midnight, when everyone is on their bed, it's time for one man who will transform himself into a charming thief, the mysterious "Night Bird."
Night Bird is a professional high profile thief who can built and used gadgets to steal. Along with his wit, his intuition and his fighting skill, he always manage to get away from the police.
When Frank tries to enlist Pupshaw and Pushpaw to help him dig up a repulsive plant that is marring the beauty of The Unifactor, the fun-loving tankheads vote with their paws and embark instead upon a spree of bullying mayhem. They are observed at this mean-spirited play by Little Skook, a celestial entity who makes a transdimensional journey to join them. Things quickly go awry and Pupshaw and Pushpaw find themselves in a terrifying world of flying, shrieking demons and bulbous-faced monsters.
While drawn by a western artist, and based on a series previously released in the US, this book has only been released in Japan, for a japanese audience.
Takaya wokes up and found himself in an opened car trunk, with strangers looking over him. Confused at first, he thought he's still in his room but apparently he is not. To make things worse, this is not his car, he is naked and doesn't bring any things with him and he can't remember anything that happened 1 week ago. How he is ended up in a car is a mystery.
1. Chikunou Sandai
2. Shoku no Tankyuusha
4. Hakuchou no Mizuumi
6. Dream Island