The Eminence in Shadow
Great heroes and diabolical villains are the types of characters that people long to be—but not Cid Kagenou. He longs to become the true mastermind behind it all, pulling the strings, and having his machinations drive the entire story. In his previous life in modern-day Japan, he was not able to achieve his goals. But now, reborn into a world of magic, he will show the true eminence of shadow! As Cid pretends to be just another average mob character, he recruits members to his (fake) organization Shadow Garden, aiming to take down the mysterious cult who lurks in the shadows. With plenty of ad-libs, Cid leads his (fake) organization against the foul (yet surprisingly real) Cult of Diablos. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Momonga is an average salaryman who spends his free time playing Yggdrasil, a DMMO-RPG (Dive Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game) well-known across Japan for its immense world and limitless customization. Unfortunately, all good things come to an end, and Yggdrasil's servers shut down in the year 2138. Wanting to witness the game’s final hours, Momonga, the leader of the guild Ainz Ooal Gown, logs in for the last time and heads toward the guild’s headquarters. After reminiscing about his comrades and adventures, Momonga prepares for the server to automatically log him out as the clock strikes midnight. However, he is not forcefully booted out of the game. Instead, he finds himself in a new world—now trapped in the body of his avatar and where non-player characters are aware of their feelings. Left with no other options, Momonga takes on the name of his guild in hopes that other players would recognize Ainz Ooal Gown. Determined to make sense of the bizarre situation, Momonga embarks on a journey to unravel the mysteries hidden in this uncharted world. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
The Saga of Tanya the Evil
Intrigued by the severe lack of faith a particular salaryman displayed as he drew his last breath, a godlike presence known only as "Being X" reincarnates him into a magical yet war-torn world to test his mettle. Under these new circumstances, Being X believes that, should this man succumb to relentless suffering, he will call upon the heavens for assistance. Starting life again as a young girl named Tanya Degurechaff, the salaryman quickly utilizes his past experiences and volunteers to the military of his country, the Empire. Wielding tremendous potential despite being a child, Tanya's prodigious capacity for strategic and magical warfare allows her to quickly ascend the ranks and consistently lead her nation to miraculous victories in the ongoing war. Even so, she does all of this for one purpose: to live in the backlines far from the warzone, effectively defying Being X's objectives. However, as Tanya strives to escape Being X's influence, she soon comes to know that even with her genius, there are situations that a human simply cannot overcome without divine intervention. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
In this world, the concept of levels exist. Other than those who live off defeating monsters, most people are only around level 1 to 5. What's more, not just anyone can go out to hunt monsters; it's heavily influenced by one's role anointed by God. There are eight such eligible roles. Warrior. Fighter. Cleric. Magician. Rogue. Merchant. Hunter. Sorcerer. Those blessed with extraordinary power are divided into three types. Royalty. Heroes. Sages. But for the majority of the population, they have no such powers and live by farming or running shops. Towns are developed by those with the weakest role…villagers. For the powerless villagers going out to hunt monsters is equivalent to committing suicide. But one day, a certain two-year-old child given the role of villager notices something. Once you defeat a monster… you can earn great wealth.
The Wrong Way to Use Healing Magic
Ken Usato is a normal high-schooler in every sense of the word—average grades, dreams, and a tendency to dislike extraordinary people. However, when he encounters the president and the vice president of the student council, both popular and extraordinary, he immediately befriends them. All of this is interrupted when Ken's new friends are summoned into another world—and he accidentally gets summoned as well! Dejected and with no way to return, he resigns himself to staying quietly in the new world—until he finds out he has an affinity for healing magic, a very rare form of magic which gives him both self-confidence and the attention of all mages. However, not all attention is good, which is something Ken realizes when he is noticed by a crazy fellow healing magic user… [Written by MAL Rewrite]
MAOYU: Archenemy and Hero "Become mine, Hero" "I refuse!"
After a long and treacherous journey, our Hero finally arrives at the Dark Lady's castle only to find himself being asked for help. The Hero explains how the war that the demons have brought upon the humans have killed thousands and put more in misery. The queen of demons however argues that this war has made the human society band together as one and showed empirical evidence how it has increased population, increased production, boosted economy and improved society overall. Furthermore, she explains to the Hero that ending this war will result in a civil war that will produce more bloodshed than there ever was. The Hero, convinced that the only way to bring peace, relatively speaking, is to join forces with the Dark Lady, agrees to help with her plans! (Source: MU) Included one-shot: Volume 12: Level Hero!
Every day when he rides the train to school, Makoto Itou can't help but notice the beautiful Kotonoha Katsura, but he is too shy to talk to her. There are rumors of a charm at his school in which you take a picture of your crush, set it as your phone background, and if no one sees it for three weeks, your love will be realized. So Makoto takes a picture of the raven-haired beauty, and he continues to admire her from afar. However, when Sekai Saionji—the girl who sits next to him in class—sees the picture, she realizes he has a crush on Kotonoha, and she decides to help him with his romantic troubles. Eventually, Kotonoha and Makoto start dating thanks to Sekai, and he wonders how he will ever repay her for her kindness. But, to his shock, Sekai takes her payment in a startling form: a kiss. School Days follows the complicated romantic entanglements of these three high school students, and the consequences that await them as a result of their poor decisions. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
I'm the Villainess, So I'm Taming the Final Boss
Being acutely ill, a young girl has spent most of her life in a hospital room playing otome games to fill her time. However, she one day finds herself in the midst of a scene from one of these games as the story's villainess, Aileen Lauren Dautriche. At the banquet to celebrate the end of the academy's winter term, the crown prince and Aileen's childhood friend, Cedric Jeanne Elmir, publicly annuls his engagement with Aileen and announces that he is in love with Lilia Rainworth, the game's female protagonist. Aware of the tragic future ahead of her and determined to change it, the young girl resolves to conquer the game's final boss, the "Demon King" and Cedric's half-brother, Claude Jeanne Elmir, by making him fall in love with her instead. With time running out, can Irene succeed with her plans, or will she remain bound to the ill-fated ending that awaits her? [Written by MAL Rewrite]
After losing their parents in an accident, Haruka and Sora, his younger sister, move to the town where their grandfather lived. They visited his house many times when they were kids and they still remember it. Nao, their old friend, Ryouhei, his classmate, Akira, a miko at a neighboring shrine, and Kazuha, Akira's close friend, welcome them. Nothing has changed. The good old memories and silent atmosphere heal Haruka's sadness. However, his peaceful life gradually changes. A secret promise made long time ago. A lost treasure. The real reason for moving to the town. The story now starts under the summer sun... (Source: erogeshop, edited)
Illyasviel von Einzbern is obsessed with magical girl cartoons, but otherwise, she lives the life of any other adolescent. One night while in the bath, an enchanted wand named Ruby flies through her window! Before she can throw Ruby out, the wand declares Illyasviel as its new master, granting her a plethora of magical abilities and a new transformation, Prisma Illya. This comes at the expense of the wand's former owner—Rin Toosaka, a top student of magic at the infamous Clock Tower of London. With the stubborn Ruby unwilling to return to its former master, Illyasviel must now assume the responsibilities of a typical magical girl. Scattered across Fuyuki City are cards laden with magical energy, which the Clock Tower had tasked Rin with collecting to prevent a potential catastrophe in the sleepy town. Obligated to conceal her new identity and mission, the incredible Prisma Illya must now balance her responsibilities in life with the collection of the magical cards. But even if dreams come true, will all the excitement be too much to handle for the young student? [Written by MAL Rewrite]
In Another World with My Smartphone
Touya Mochizuki was accidentally killed, and as an apology, God allows him to be reborn in a fantasy world and will grant him any one wish he desires. And so, Touya chooses to keep his smartphone in the next world. In his second chance at life, he befriends many important figures and comes across the world's secret. He inherits the legacy of an ancient civilization and travels around nonchalantly while possessing powers that rival this world's kings. (Source: MAL News)
In 2010, the Holy Britannian Empire invaded the small, far-east country of Japan. Within one month, the nation fell at the hands of Britannia's advanced war machines known as "Knightmares," and the country was renamed to Area 11. After an explosion whisks her brother away to an unknown fate, Nunnally Lamperouge—exiled princess of Britannia—mysteriously finds herself in the midst of a skirmish between Britannians and terrorists. Crippled and blind due to past events, she is saved by Nemo, a strange talking doll who grants her a potent personal Knightmare and clairvoyance, also known as "Geass." Despite the strength of her newfound abilities, Nunnally only wishes for peace. However, the appearance of more Geass users, the spectral vigilante Zero, and other violent forces make the harsh reality of the world all too clear for the fragile princess. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Awakening in a parallel world, Illyasviel von Einzbern is distressed and in trouble, unable to transform and without Miyu Edelfelt or Rin Toosaka for support. The once lively Fuyuki City is in snowy ruins, with a giant crater bored in the middle of the town. With no signs of people, Illya heads home only to find it in ruins, with no familiar sight of her family. Suddenly, she is jumped on by the mysterious Tanaka, a girl wearing a gym uniform and with no memories. Despite her condition, the cheeky amnesiac offers her help to Illya, and the two take shelter in a playground. While hiding from the snow, Illya and Tanaka are ambushed by an agent of the Ainsworth family. Though their assailant runs off as soon as they are attacked, it seems more is yet to come in the familiar landscape. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Based on the doujin fighting game, Melty Blood, created by the doujin group, Watanabe Seisakujou now known as French Bread. The story is one of two side-story sequels that occur approximately a year after the good ending story of Arcueid's from the original Type-Moon game, Tsukihime. One year has passed since the "Serial Vampire Homicide case," that occurred in Tsukihime, was solved. But now the rumors of the serial murder are happening again and so once more Shiki Toono patrols the city to find this phantom killer. While patrolling he meets and fights a mysterious woman by the name of Sion Eltnam Atlasia, member of the church group 'Alchemist of Atlas,' who is in search of curing vampirism. But to do so she needs data from Arcueid, the last True Ancestor, to help her in her research. But this wont be easy as Ciel is also patrolling the city looking for the rumored killer, while Akiha has been acting strangely the past few days and also Arcueid hasn't been seen for awhile, could she be the killer...? (Source: Beast's Lair)
Only a month has passed since she met the magical wand Ruby, but life goes on for the young Illyasviel von Einzbern, as she continues to balance the responsibilities of both a student and a magical girl. One day on their way to school, Illya and her friend Miyu Edelfelt are summoned by Rin Toosaka, who tells them that the pulse of the Earth has gone haywire after collecting the magic cards. Trying to infuse magic into the planet in an attempt to stop the irregularity, the energy summons a mysterious woman identical to Illya. The next day, Illyasviel is attacked by the same woman in black, and Prisma Illya is unable to stop the incredible strength of her doppelgänger. She barely manages to repel her attacker, but remains mystified by the identity of her bloodthirsty twin. Who is this new foe, and how will she stop someone whose looks and powers match her own? [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Kawakami Momoyo is a notorious, woman-chasing, large-breasted master fighter. She and her friends at school end up in all sorts of weird situations, often involving people attempting to defeat Momoyo. Now there are new transfer students from Germany joining their class. Who are these new students, and will they fit in with the crazy bunch surrounding Momoyo? Based on the same visual novel from Minato Soft.
Naoki was an exterminator in his past life. Now he is in a fantasy world. Without any new skills he continues to just exterminate, but instead of exterminating bugs, he exterminates monsters as his job. How will his life as an exterminator play out?
As the son of a famous biology professor, Masukawa Karato is often subjected to his father's experiments at the table. One day, while rushing to school, Karato accidentally consumes one of his father's sample dishes. Not long after, he begins to feel uneasy and ultimately collapses when he gets home. His chest expands, and a bundle of string suddenly erupts from it, quickly taking the form of a young, beautiful girl. Proclaiming Karato as her host, she begins her mission of protecting and caring for Karato. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Higurashi WHEN THEY CRY: Demon Exposing Arc
One year ago, Natsumi Kimiyoshi and her family moved away from the mountain town of Okinomiya. According to local superstition, those who leave Okinomiya or the nearby village of Hinamizawa will be cursed by the god Oyashiro. However, everything has been peaceful and quiet since they moved—that is, until gas suddenly erupts from the swamp near Hinamizawa, killing thousands of people. Unbeknownst to Natsumi, this "Great Hinamizawa Disaster" would serve as the catalyst for countless unspeakable tragedies in the days to come. After the disaster, many of Hinamizawa's former residents, such as Natsumi's grandmother, begin to act very strangely. In order to stave off what she believes is Oyashiro's curse, her grandmother begins plastering talismans all over their house and drowning puppies in order to appease the god. These erratic and horrifying actions leave Natsumi and her family fearful for their lives, leading Natsumi's mother to do the unthinkable... [Written by MAL Rewrite]
I Got Caught Up In a Hero Summons, but the Other World was at Peace!
Suddenly appearing in a different world, it looks like I got caught up in a hero summoning. And of course, I'm not the hero, but it's another guy... and while being very cautious and scared of the cliché-like development, I was thrown into the maelstrom of war... or not. The Demon Lord? It was defeated a thousand years ago. Hero? He's just the main actor in a festival. Nobles? They're kindly taking care of us. The demon race? They have good relationships with humans. Wars? It's already 800 years since the last one. Monsters? The Guild and Order of Knight are taking care of them. Return to Earth? It is essentially no-risk. What I'm planning after being caught up into this? I'm gonna enjoy the life in a different world as much as I want to, go on a cultural exchange and sightseeing, and after experiencing the festival that is only held once every ten years... I shall go home safely. (Source: Shousetsuka ni Narou, translated)
Located within Gensokyo's human village is Suzunaan, a bookstore that both sells and lends out books. Managed by Kosuzu Motoori, a huge bibliophile who loves collecting various types of reading materials, the store is known for having numerous books from the Outside World. Despite her seemingly innocent demeanor, Kosuzu has a unique ability to decipher all written languages—fueling her desire to secure even the most dangerous of books. The deadliest books—called "youma books"—are written by youkai and embedded with their powers. Because of this, obtaining and stockpiling youma books in a small place such as Suzunaan poses an extreme risk that Kosuzu may yet encounter. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Bofuri: I Don't Want to Get Hurt, so I'll Max Out My Defense.
After receiving an invitation from her friend Risa Shiromine, Kaede Honjou begins playing the VRMMO game New World Online as the character Maple. Lacking knowledge of the game, she allocates all her status points to defense. As a result, her movements are slow, she cannot use magic, and even gets attacked by the rabbits. However, she obtains a skill called "Absolute Defense" due to maxing out her vitality points, and a counter skill that kills in a single hit. As a "mobile fortress style" novice with a poisonous skill that makes all attacks invalid and overrides all obstacles, she goes off to adventures, disregarding her irregularities. (Source: MAL News)
Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann: Gurren Gakuen-Hen (Gurren School Edition) will feature the cast of Gainax's robot mecha anime in a school in a parallel world in multidimensional space. As the character Kamina puts it, the cast will "enjoy school life" and "sweat under the glittering sun." (Source: ANN)
In the aftermath of Matsuribayashi-hen, Rika Furude and her friends start their summer break. Wanting to make it memorable, each of them has their own idea of the best summer vacation. However, Rika finds herself despondent after all the suffering she has endured in the past. Hanyuu, not wanting her best friend to spend the summer sulking in Hinamizawa, decides to try and help Rika. However, Rika's help comes not from Hanyuu, but an old friend named Mamoru Akasaka, who invites Rika to spend time with him and his family in Tokyo. As luck would have it, her friends decide to join her, and together they set off for the city without telling their parents, which causes a panic in the village. But their journey ends up being more fun than the destination, as they camp in woods and remember all the things they have been through, while looking forward to a brighter future. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Fairies in the hidden land of Gensokyo are natural pranksters and love to play tricks on humans and youkai alike. This fact is especially apparent for three fairies: Sunny Milk, Luna Child, and Star Sapphire. Having unique abilities that make them more powerful than the average fairy, they do almost anything they can to get a laugh out of their "victims." However, considering that fairies are known as one of the weakest creatures around, their pranks are usually harmless. Even so, the rowdy trio's mischief is more than enough to bring trouble to anyone's day! [Written by MAL Rewrite]
The Sorcerer King of Destruction and the Golem of the Barbarian Queen
A young man suddenly awakens in the middle of an open field, with only his lame pajamas as company. Apparently he was summoned as a "Sorcerer King of Destruction" to destroy the world. What the hell?! But nothing's going to happen by staying depressed, so why not make a golem with earth magic! And then...? (Source: Kadokawa, translated)
Izayoi Sakamaki, Asuka Kudou, and You Kasugabe have tremendous psychic powers and are bored with the regular world. An envelope arrives for each person, and when each opens their envelope, they are stunned to see the scenery around them change to a world they had never encountered before. They've been summoned by the Black Rabbit to help the community "No Name" to overthrow the Devil King. (Source: Crunchyroll)
After losing his sister five years ago, Satsuki Kakeru led a vacant life, only able to return to his normal days with help from his childhood friend Minase Yuka and other friends at school. Suddenly one day, the sky turns red and the moon turns black. Everyone besides Kakeru and Yuka disappears and monsters start roaming the streets. All that they were able to do was just to run away and hide. After a while, the world returns to normal. But just when they thought everything was a dream, the Red Night occurs again. Kakeru and Yuka manage to find four more humans who are involved in this mysterious phenomenon: Kusakabe Misuzu, a red-haired onmyouji swordswoman, Tachibana Kukuri, a strange mute girl who looks like Kakeru's deceased sister, Hirohara Yukiko, a lively young girl who reverts to the personality of a cold killer when her glasses are removed, and Tajima Takahisa, a young pyrokineticist. They get together and try to survive, but six shadows suddenly appear in front of them... (Source: Wikipedia) Note: Follows the Kusakabe Misuzu route of the Visual Novel.
Sunny Milk, Luna Child, and Star Sapphire are three mischievous fairies that have special powers, setting them apart from other members of their kind. When they are not doing their usual pranks, they try to pass the time by engaging in activities within the vast magical forests, the Hakurei Shrine, or even the Scarlet Devil Mansion. As they live out their lives, the trio meets various humans, youkai, and other fairies—all of whom could be the next target of their comedic shenanigans. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Daiki Shiihara has his soul collected by accident. To cover for her mistake, the angel offers him a gift before sending him to a new world. His greatest dream fulfilled, Daiki arrives in another world with a flying castle. (Source: Overlap, translated)
The "Great War of Heroes," in which the hero and the demon king vie for survival and power in each incarnation. The fourth great war was also a war where the heroes defeated the Demon King... It's an undisclosed fact. Twoeight, the ace of the "Agency" in the dark side of kingdom, undertakes all the dirty work for country and supports the Hero to subjugation the Demon Lord from shadows. As the unsung hero, Twoeight hopes to live a peaceful life after the war. However, defeating the Demon Lord is not enough to bring peace to the world. This is a story about an awkward boy who is a former "behind the scenes" agent. Fights, opposes, and tries as hard as he can to protect his daily life. (Source: Kadokawa, translated)
At St. Lucia Academy, the body of a male teacher has been discovered in the pool. The girl who found him, Mizuho Kousaka, is a shy bullied student who seems relatively unaffected by her discovery. After all, this isn't the first time she has seen a corpse. In order to teach Mizuho to stand up for herself, a girl named Shion Sonozaki befriends her and the two become inseparable, as they both share traumatic pasts. But when another body is found, Mizuho comes under suspicion for murder. It's up to Shion to protect her new friend in Utsutsukowashi-hen, a side arc to the main Higurashi storyline that explains some of Shion's time at St. Lucia Academy. [Written by MAL Rewrite] Also contains epilogue and the "Upside Down" chapters from Onisarashi-hen.
Little Busters! story revolves around the main protagonist Riki Naoe, a young male high school student. When Riki was a child, his parents died, leaving him hopeless and depressed. What saved him was a group of three young boys and one girl his age who referred to themselves as the Little Busters—a group dedicated to fighting evil and preserving justice. The leader of the Little Busters was Kyousuke Natsume who had a younger sister named Rin. The other two members of the Little Busters were Masato Inohara and Kengo Miyazawa, who are rivals despite being friends. They took Riki out and played together with him during his time of need, effectively making him the fifth member of the Little Busters. In time, Riki really enjoyed playing with them, and his grief over his parents gradually faded away. When the story begins, Riki and his friends are seemingly in their second year of the high school they attend, except for Kyousuke who is in his third year. They still hang out together, and enjoy their school life. (Source: Wikipedia)
The series takes place four years after the events of Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha StrikerS, during which Nanoha Takamachi rescued and adopted a young girl named Vivio, who is the reincarnation of the Sankt Kaiser, Olivie Segbrecht. After entering her fourth year of elementary school, Vivio is given her own intelligence device, Sacred Heart, and gains the power to transform using her adult Sankt Kaiser mode. She soon comes across a girl named Einhart Stratos who, similar to Vivio, is the descendant of another Sankt Kaiser ruler, Claus G.S. Ingvalt. As Einhart becomes determined to prove her fighting style is the strongest, Vivio befriends her and, together with her friends, enters a martial arts tournament where they fight against various opponents and learn more about their past lives. (Source: MU) Included one-shot: Volume 2: 5th Anniversary Collaboration Comic: Fate/stay night x Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha
The series is set on the Far Side of the Moon Cell, where BB used her abilities to create the Sakura Labyrinth. She brought over various Masters and Servants from the Moon Cell Holy Grail War on the Near Side, some taken instantly before their deletion and others brought during the sixth week. (Source: Type-Moon Wikia)
After moving into the large tree just behind the Hakurei Shrine, the Three Fairies of Light—Sunny Milk, Luna Child, and Star Sapphire—have more opportunities to continue their mischief than ever. However, now that they are closer to Reimu Hakurei, the youkai exterminator of Gensokyo, any move that incurs the shrine maiden's wrath will likely be met with terrible consequences. Despite this serious-sounding threat, the boisterous trio continue to use their quirky abilities to annoy anyone they target. Whether it be harmless illusions, inconsequential thievery, or even things that benefit Gensokyo's residents, the fairies' prankishness will not die down anytime soon. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Some of our most cherished manga characters are blessed with magical powers...others have an extraordinary combination superhuman strength and cunning intellect. But Hibiki? Her only real skill seems to be making a pot of delicious tea... Or is it?! This heartwarming fantasy story will have you believing in the power of Hibiki's magic! (Source: Tokyopop)
Jun'ichi Nagase attends a prestigious high school. He has the nickname Geno Killer since he was rebellious in middle school. This is used, inadvertently, to help a girl named Yuuhi Katagiri from trouble. She later transfers to his school, and in order to protect Yuuhi from danger, Jun'ichi is forced to kiss her. Not understanding what happened, she screams at him. Subsequently, it turns out that Yuuhi is his fiancé as arranged by their parents. Their parents discuss the matter and order them to go out together for a month to restore their relationship. If their relationship does not get better, the engagement will then be canceled. (Source: Wikipedia)
The setting of Fate/Apocrypha is a parallel world to Fate/stay night where the Greater Grail was removed from Fuyuki after the Third Holy Grail War and disappeared for many years. Around the 2000s, around the same time as the Fifth Holy Grail War would have happened, the group that plundered the Grail, Yggdmillennia, openly declares their secession from the Mage's Association and that they are in possession of the Grail. The Association dispatches fifty magi to retrieve it, but all but one are instantly slaughtered by Lancer of Black. The one remaining manages to activate the reserve system of the Greater Grail, allowing for the summoning of fourteen Servants in total. This marks the start of the Great Holy Grail War in Trifas, featuring two different factions, the Black Faction, whose members are part of Yggdramillennia, and the Red Faction, whose members were sent by the Mage's Association with the exception of one from the Church. The Grail itself also summons Ruler to act as a mediator of the Holy Grail War. (Source: Type-Moon Wikia)
Thanks to the Parallel World
In the future, several decades from now, virtual reality gaming has been finally realized. An old man who has always dreamed of VR finally gets the chance to play. After finishing a fun tutorial, the old man indulges in deep emotions while looking back on his life. While enjoying the depth of the game, he begins to notice something strange about the shop owners, and then...he cannot log out? What is this? Has he been hacked? No, this is the classic "reborn in another world" story! (Source: MU)
Bad Young Woman's Slow Life in Prison Start From Disengagement
The paragon of all noblewomen, Rachel Fergusen—wrongfully accused of harassment by her fiancé, Crown Prince Elliot—is thrown into a dark prison cell. Little does he know, this is all going exactly according to Rachel's plan! Organized by herself beforehand, her cell is furnished with the finest foods, the most comfortable furniture, and even better, no one can enter it to take these luxuries away! From throwing a housewarming party in her cell to going out to town for a jaunt, Rachel is experiencing the most carefree life she has had in a long time. No matter what tricks her ex-fiancé, his girlfriend, or his subordinates try to use to ruin her day, Rachel is always one step ahead, enjoying a leisurely, slow prison life. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Yuuki Ashikaga is a high school freshman in his second semester at Sakakino Academy, who from his regular visits to the school library, grows enamored by Kotonoha Katsura, a fellow classman who comes by to read. Despite already having a boyfriend, she genuinely reciprocates his interest. However things get complicated when, following a brief encounter, his sister, Chie Ashikaga, introduces him to Roka Kitsuregawa, an acquaintance who also becomes infatuated with him. Out of jealous spite for her rival, Roka attempts to dissuade Yuuki by claiming to like Makoto Itou, another schoolmate. Her lie dramatically backfires, as Yuuki, aware that Makoto is Kotonoha's boyfriend, goes to ask her about the affair.
Hybrid x Heart Magias Academy Ataraxia
Hida Kizuna possesses the HHG (Heart Hybrid Gear) ability, but it is not strong enough to make him particularly important. His older sister calls him to transfer to a strategic defense school, where many of the students (many of which are large-breasted girls) use their HHG abilities to fight invaders from another world while wearing extremely skimpy pilot outfits. Kizuna's fighting ability doesn't measure up, but his sister has another plan—apparently having erotic experiences with Kizuna will allow the girls to replenish their energy or power-up. It looks like his new school life is going to be full of embarrassment (Source: MangaHelpers)
4 maids work at the “Cherry Girls” café, but they are actually the owner’s “sons.” There’s no way such cute girls could be guys, you say? No wait, there’s no way such cute girls could even exist! (Source: Yuuwakuwaku)
The Otherworlder, Exploring the Dungeon
It was in 1946 that Earth learned of the existence of other worlds. As expected, many countries immediately tried to send people into the other world, hoping to obtain vital resources or mystical treasures. None of them came back. And to be fair, Souya never expected to be one of those explorers. But here he was, accepting an offer by a shady company to get enough money to save his little sister. Launched into another world, he soon finds that his journey will be a hard one—not only have his teammates gone missing, but a majority of his food and weapons supply was destroyed in the transfer. The only way left to go is forward. With only an AI companion to guide him, Souya ventures forth, hoping to find something worthwhile that will justify sending a rescue party to save him—if such a party comes at all. (Source: MU)
Konata, Miyuki, Tsukasa, and Kagami fall asleep to find themselves anime figure sized when they awake.
Inou-Battle in the Usually Daze.
Half a year ago, the four members of a literature club, as well as the elementary school niece of their faculty adviser, were bestowed with supernatural powers. The boy in the club, Ando Jurai, became able to produce black flames. The girls acquired a variety of powerful abilities: Tomoyo could slow, speed, or stop time, Hatoko could control the five elements (earth, water, fire, wind, light), little Chifuyu could create things, and Sayumi could repair objects or heal living things. However, since they gained these powers, nothing has really changed in their everyday life. Why have they been given these powers in the first place? Will the heroic fantasy life they imagined these powers would bring ever actually arrive? (Source: MangaHelpers)
The historical romantic comedy follows 17-year-old high schooler Sagara Yoshiharu who one day time-travels to the Sengoku period, where all the major Samurai lords are cute girls. Yoshiharu meets Oda Nobuna, the girl counterpart of Oda Nobunaga, and begins to serve her as a substitute of Kinoshita Tokichiro, who has been dead in the world.
After performing another one of their countless pranks to none other than Reimu Hakurei herself, the Three Fairies of Light—Sunny Milk, Luna Child, and Star Sapphire—hear a rumor about a new fairy who is causing trouble. Asking around for more information, they eventually meet Clownpiece, the supposed fairy who has come from Hell. Enticed with Clownpiece's appearance, the trio tries to convince her to join them in their usual mischief. With a prankish nature and powers that make her stronger than many youkai, Clownpiece soon obliges. However, considering the current state of Hell—especially with its goddess Hecatia Lapislazuli—what could the presence of a fairy of Hell in Gensokyo mean for both worlds? [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Manga adaptation of the scenario that Type-Moon co-founders Kinoko Nasu and Takashi Takeuchi, created for the Nintendo Wii visual novel 428: Fuusasareta Shibuya de.
Magical Girl Raising Project
The highly popular social network game "Magical Girl Raising Project" is a miraculous game that produces real Magical Girls with a chance of 1 in 10000 for each person. Girls who are lucky enough to gain the power of magic spend fulfilling days. But one day, the administration arbitrarily announces that "There are too many magical girls so they will be halved." The curtain will now be raised on the relentless and merciless survival game between 16 magical girls. (Source: Baka-Tsuki)
After the surface of the world succumbed to chaos centuries ago, the city of Novus Aether is kept afloat in the sky solely by the continual prayers offered by the Saint. Years ago, when the Saint's prayer was interrupted, an incident known as the "Gran Forte" occurred, causing a portion of the land to fall and split the lower city into two, separated by a cliff. Countless lives and property were lost or irreversibly affected in what would be known as the greatest disaster in the city's history. In time, the lowest layer, known as the "Prison," became the home to people who lost much of their former lives during the "Gran Forte." Crime, famine, and disease run rampant, with "The Noncorroding Gold Chains," the ruling organization in the area specializing in the sex trade, keeping what little order that still exists. Meanwhile, a contagious disease which causes the infected to grow wings has spread throughout the city, and a unit commonly known as the "Wing Hunters" has been formed to deal with these people swiftly and often violently. In this "Prison" resides Caim Astraea, a freelance ex-assassin who does odd jobs for his friend, the head of "The Noncorroding Gold Chains," for money. During one request, Caim finds Eustia, a winged girl who emits the pale purple light characteristic of the "Gran Forte" incident years ago. His encounter with Eustia will take him on a journey which will involve him with the most influential bodies of the city, including the Church and the royal government. As he searches for the meaning to his cruel, difficult life, he will discover the deepest and darkest secrets of Novus Aether... (Source: Wikipedia)
The Swordbringer comes back.
The series takes place in a private high school involving the concept of "saviors." They are known as people who possess awakened memories of their past lives. The story tells of a young boy named Moroha Haimura who comes to this private school. At the school, there are two types of people: Saviors, who fight enemies with weapons and techniques gleaned from the Puraana powers from their own bodies, and Kuroma, who wipe out enemies with magic to manipulate the Maana powers that surpass physics. Moroha Haimura is the first person with past lives of both Shirogane and Kuroma. (Source: ANN, edited)
The story is set in a fictional version of Europe in 1930, in the country of Gallia. Because of its abundance of ragnite ore—which can be refined into a powerful fuel—it has come under attack from the East European Imperial Alliance, which itself is engaged in war with the Atlantic Federation. The story revolves around Gallian soldiers led by Welkin Gunther, son of Gallian war hero General Belgen Gunther, in a bid to reclaim their war-torn neutral nation from Imperial Alliance forces and drive them off from Gallian soil after they had launched an invasion into the country.
Code Geass: Oz the Reflection
Code Geass: Soubou no Oz is a spin-off that was published in Hobby Japan magazine and Kadokawa Shoten's Newtype Ace magazine. The story takes place between the first and second season of the TV anime and is told from two perspectives. The photo story in Hobby Japan centers around Orpheus Zevon, a young terrorist with the Knightmare Frame Byakuen who is in pursuit of his lover's killer. The manga in Newtype Ace revolves around Oldrin Zevon, a girl in the Britannia Empire's anti-terrorist unit Glinda Knights who pilots the KMF Lancelot Grail. (Source: Code Geass Wikia)
This is the official comic based on the game of the same name. An all-girl's school is preparing to consolidate with another nearby school, which will make them co-ed. Uryuu Shingo is chosen to be a male 'test student' at the girl's school before they officially merge in the following year. On Shingo's first day, he learns that many of the girls are not happy about the coming merger. Specifically, Seno Airi is staunchly opposed and refuses to welcome him to the school. Some of the other girls are friendly, but Airi has a lot of power over public opinion. The truth is, though, that Shingo has met Airi before. When she and Shingo's little sister got lost, he helped them find their way. Airi seemed to like him then, back when she didn't know he was going to be her new male classmate. Maybe he'll be able to win over Airi, as well as all his other interesting female classmates! (Source: MangaHelpers)
Just before they enter high school, the boys Meguru and Shou are whining about the fact that neither of them has a girlfriend. A strange, large-breasted woman shows up, claiming that she will fix their problem, and kisses Meguru. This odd occurrence is pushed out of the boys' minds when they meet up with Souko, a friend from elementary school, who is going to be in their high school. She's grown up into a pretty young girl, and it seems like the boys might have a shot with her! That evening, Meguru realizes that the strange kiss may have had more meaning than he thought: he's turned into a girl! He convinces Shou and his mother of his identity, but no one has any idea how to turn him back. Now he's going to have to learn how to be a girl and let go of his hope of dating his cute childhood friend Souko. What will happen to his hopes for a popular high school life? (Source: MangaHelpers)
Another Amagami serialization in Comp Ace magazine. This version features Sakurai Rihoko as the main heroine.
A re-imagining of Gurren Lagann. In this alternate version of TTGL, Simon lives in Tepelen city and dreams of becoming a Gunmen pilot after having seen the stars through a crack in the sky. One day, he comes across a strange small Gunmen. The hatch opens, and out comes a beautiful girl named Nia. (Source : Mangafox)
Ren and Mihato have grown up in a terrible home environment. One day, they leave their house, and move to another city. After twists and turns, they start to work at a big house as a maid and a butler. They are happy to get a job, but people living there have unique personalities... (Source: Himeyashop)
Miya's brother Junichi has fallen in love with that natural queen Morishima Haruka. And with Junichi longing to date Haruka on the upcoming Christmas Eve, Miya, who has always cheered him on, is now...
Tanya Degurechaff is a reincarnated Japanese salesman-turned-sociopathic child soldier, forced by the almighty Being X to fight an endless war... But soldiers need to eat, too. So join Tanya as she samples fine wartime meals. (Source: MangaDex)
Strike Witches: Maidens of the Sky
Manga set in the Strike Witches universe. Miyafuji Yoshika begins is scouted into the Strike Witches unit by Pilot Officer Takei, after she rescues a downed Strike Witch.
Yuuri Mito is a typical, normal Japanese teenager. He goes to school, works on people's motorcycles and performs exorcisms. Okay, that last part's a little bit unusual, but his family lives in a shrine and they do that sort of thing. Still, you would think he'd know enough to be careful with an ancient relic he finds in the woods, especially when a mysterious goddess appears and tells him to leave it alone. Unfortunately, despite Mito's best efforts, the seal gets broken anyway and a number of dangerous "tayuti" that it held in stasis get loose. This is bad. Mito also ends up with a beautiful goddess girl who decides that she's going to marry him. This might not be so bad. if he wasn't already caught up in the middle of a war between the entities he's released. The flesh may be weak but the spirit's more than willing to compensate. (Source: Sentai Filmworks)
Kusanagi Naoya lost his mother at a young age. As his father was a painter who traveled across the world, the only person who could help Naoya cope with the loss was his friend, Misakura Rin. Unfortunately, she moved away while they were in elementary school. Now in high school, the colder, steeled Naoya deals with the death of his father. When things look like they will turn for the worse for Naoya who already has trouble opening up to people, a new transfer student comes to his class... (Source: MU)
Jill Savelle—fiancée of the crown prince Gerald de Kleitos and known as the "Lady Goddess of War"—is being hunted down by the same country she swore to protect. Betrayed by her betrothed, she is framed as a traitor and imprisoned. In her last moments, Jill is filled with regret, but just as death approaches, she awakens six years in the past. This time, she will not be a mere pawn. Now as a 10-year-old girl, Jill resolves to escape her imminent engagement to the prince. To this end, she jokingly professes her love to the 19-year-old dragon emperor Hades Theos Rave, who will one day stain the land in blood due to madness. But against all expectations, he accepts! In contrast to the tyrant from Jill's memories, the Hades of this time is a kind albeit unfortunate emperor. Can Jill prevent Hades from descending down the same dark, villainous road, or is he bound to an inevitable future? [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Otoboku 2 begins about two years after Mizuho's graduation. The main protagonist Chihaya Mikado was truant at his school because of harassment in the school and of a distrust in men. His mother cannot bear to watch him be in trouble, so she makes him transfer to Seio Girl's School, her old school. He dresses as a girl and introduces himself as Chihaya Kisaraginomiya. Chihaya meets another protagonist Kaoruko Nanahara, who once rescued him from a playboy, and he begins to live in the dormitory building. He becomes the focus of public attention due to his attractive face and figure, and due to high grades at studies. (Source: Wikipedia)
Granted powers by the Land of Magic, Magical Girls are protectors of the world. A strange invitation to a game called Magical Girl Raising Project was sent by an unknown person. Now, 16 magical girls are trapped in a game world and are forced to work together to survive. The objective is simple, and the tasks will be difficult. But in this survival game, not everything is as it seems…
During a dream date with an eroge heroine, Hiiragi Miu gets pulled into another world. But here's the catch, he has turned into that herione.
A spin-off story focuses Kazuma Ikezawa (King Kazuma), Natsuki Shinohara's cousin, as he battles his way in the Oz Martial Art Competition. (Source: MU)
Republic of Biscotti faces a predicament by the invasion of Galette Leo Knights. In order to save the country, Princess Millhiore summons a "hero" from the outer world. Cinque, a junior high school boy living on the Earth, is chosen as the hero.
Hana no Miyako is a Tsukihime and Melty Blood spin-off about Shiki Toono's cousin, Miyako Arima. Shiki Nanaya is really troubled now. As the weakest member of the Aikido club, she was charged to recruit one more member. Unfortunately, her potential prey, Miyako Arima, is uninterested in joining. A chance encounter put her in the crosshaired sights of various weirdos in the school, just to flavor her life a bit more. What is she supposed to do? (Source: MU)
In the tradition, it is only the strongest woman that can rule this kingdom. The battle that decides the strongest woman is done once every four years. This battle is called "Queen's Blade".
Konata and her friends continue on with their school life adventures in this anthology comic series.
Hatsune Miku and her friends Rin, Len, and Luka are not only back in manga... they're back to school, enrolling at the St. Diva Academy for Vocaloids! They're going to give it their best at St. Diva, as a wonderland of friendship, determination, and even love unfolds! But can they stay out of trouble, especially when the mad professor of the Hachune Miku Research Lab is nearby? (Source: Dark Horse)
Dahlia, a reincarnator, resolved not to hang her head any longer after her engagement was broken. Now using her beloved magic tools any way she wishes, the fun times keep rolling in?! (Source: Kadokawa, translated)
Umineko no Naku Koro ni Shi: Forgery of the Purple Logic is a manga-exclusive series by Kurumi Suzuhiro. The story expands on the use of the purple declaration introduced by Bernkastel in Twilight of the Golden Witch. The red truth still applies in this game even though there are lesser than usual games. Knox's rules are stated in red to show that it is valid in this game. The story takes place outside the main story. (Source: Umineko no Naku Koro ni Wikia)
The Eminence in Shadow: Shadow Side Story.
Cid is a boy who reincarnated in another world, and decided to enjoy a scenario of being "the eminence in shadow, someone who meddles with the story from the shadows, and exhibits his true power in secrecy." Thus unfolds the story of him and the secret organization he leads—Shadow Garden—as well their their pleasant friends! An easy-going 4-koma manga starts right here and now! (Source: Kadokawa, translated)
Three quarters of the world, is the world of the dead. The world has been invaded by phantoms. One day, a boy named Nagi finds in the mountains of scrap wood a mechanical teenage maid girl. He immediately takes her home to repair her. The first things that Elise, this mysterious mechanical maid, says is, "Good morning, Nagi." Who is this mysterious silver haired girl? The fate of the world rests in their hands. (Source: MU)
The Lotus Eaters, Drunk and Sober
In Gensokyo's human village, a rumor of a youkai allegedly kidnapping drunk people suddenly spread like wildfire, causing fear and worry within the populace. Meanwhile, at the center of this rumor—the Geidontei tavern—there is nothing out of place regarding its food and drinks, or even its owner. When the shrine maiden Reimu Hakurei gets wind of the situation, she tries to fulfill her sworn duty to investigate the rumored establishment. However, the case leads her to someone else entirely: Geidontei's poster girl Miyoi Okunoda, whose existence seems to be as fleeting as a bubble. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Tokonome Mamori is transferred to "Mermaid"—an artificial quarantine island for people with superpowers. When Mamori is attacked, a newly transferred girl named Mirei saves her. The enemy doesn't stop, however, and the two are soon cornered. Just when they think all hope is lost, Mirei kisses Mamori, and Mamori turns into a sword. Mirei then wields the sword and launches a counterattack against their enemies. (Source: ANN)
H₂O's story revolves around Takuma Hirose, a blind young male junior-high school student, though the cause for his blindness is undetermined. After his mother died an unexpected death, it left a deep emotional scar on him, which caused him to become very lonely and reserved. Due to this, Takuma and his father move from the city out into a rural area and Takuma is enrolled into a new junior-high school. At his new school, he meets several new girls, though three of whom he gets to know the most out of anyone else. They are, the firm and obstinate Hayami Kohinata, the kind and obliging Hinata Kagura, and the cheerful and mysterious Otoha.
Overlord: The Undead King Oh!
A compilation of non-canon short stories that revolve around the interactions between the members of the Great Tomb of Nazarick.
Strike Witches: One-Winged Witches
The story centers around the Isle of Wight Detachment Group. One day a sergeant from the Britannian commonwealth, Wilma Bishop transfers to the group and their new adventures begin.
"A girl who has not fallen in Love. A boy who isn't interested in Love. If such two persons meet, how the World will change?" (Source: Official site)
Set in a world parallel to other continuities. Summer 2010. A strange researcher from a suburban city developed a total-immersion virtual reality game that would sweep the world. The game is called "Brave Duel," a motion-sensing simulation card game with team battles. This is a story of a girl whose fate leads her to meet many rivals, compete with them and grow from the experience. Their summer is about to start!
Code Geass: Oz the Reflection O2
Oldrin, who disappeared a while before, now attends Pendleton School of Madrid. And Orpheus, now Liar, is appointed as the Head Knight of the Glinda Knights.
Hatsune Miku Presents: Hachune Miku's Everyday Vocaloid Paradise
The first fan creation to receive official recognition within the Vocaloid world, Hachune Miku is the small and spirited spin-off character of the famous Hatsune Miku. Equally recognizable by her long pigtails and affiliation with leeks, Hachune Miku and her friends go on their own adventures in this full-color collection of comedic shorts. (Source: Seven Seas Entertainment)
Based on the original work by Nitroplus, Eiyuu-hen follows the story of Ayane Ichijou and her pursuit of justice.
There is a shop where four young designers works in. The shop's name is Alice Quartet. This is the name they thought together. As designers, they design and sewn their own dresses. As models, they wear it. Awaiting for girls who will come, and present them with dreams and memories.
Rin, Nerine, Mayumi and Itsuki travel back in time where they meet Nerine's parents before they got together. But Nerine has started to change, has their interference changed history? Follow Rin & Co. as they try to set history back to normal!
A carefree smile on her face, she delivers punishing blows with her fists! The craziest, new heroine from another world makes her entrance! Delice Fahrenheit, who'd been transported from another world and has been widely-known for being a prominent wizard, has an apprentice who'd also been transported from another world named Haruna Katsuragi. Her status was unprecedentedly low despite being from another world. However, through her training with Delice, her hidden talents were revealed. (Source: Kadokawa, translated)
Aikawa Ayumu is a normal high school boy. One day he is killed by a serial killer and revived as a zombie by a necromancer named Eucliwood Hellscythe. He starts to serve Eu as her guard but he happens to deprive the mahou shoujo Haruna of her magic power. Haruna orders Ayumu to fight against the anti-mahou shoujo system "Megalo" in her place.
Noya Itsuki just started his school year at the Ebisugawa High School and since he has always had a fascination with space, he decides to join the astronomy club. However, he mistakenly walks into the all girls Otaku Club. He notices that the members are really weird, but Itsuki has yet to realize that he isn't in the astronomy club. His life is about to get complicated by being surrounded by so many girls. (Source: MU)
Once again, the police are baffled by the serial killings of several young women. Kudou, a detective, is referred to a young girl by a friend. But this girl isn't what she seems - Kudou saw her at the crime scene. Apparently she's a vampire!! (Source: M-U)
The story is set on an archipelago of four islands far south of Japan or even the South Seas. It is all but a different world from modern Japan. From the discovery of anti-gravitons came the dream invention of anti-graviton shoes ("grash") that let people fly the skies. They introduce people to a new realm by enabling flight with just one's own body strength, without feathers or engines. This led to the rise of the sport of "Flying Circus" (dogfight race). The protagonist who once hoped for a future in this sport suffered a setback due to an overwhelming defeat, and withdrew from the sport for this and some other reason. However, he met the transfer student Haruka Kurashina, and in teaching her to fly the skies, the old passion returned. He takes part in the Flying Circus again. (Source: ANN)