Denji has a simple dream—to live a happy and peaceful life, spending time with a girl he likes. This is a far cry from reality, however, as Denji is forced by the yakuza into killing devils in order to pay off his crushing debts. Using his pet devil Pochita as a weapon, he is ready to do anything for a bit of cash. Unfortunately, he has outlived his usefulness and is murdered by a devil in contract with the yakuza. However, in an unexpected turn of events, Pochita merges with Denji's dead body and grants him the powers of a chainsaw devil. Now able to transform parts of his body into chainsaws, a revived Denji uses his new abilities to quickly and brutally dispatch his enemies. Catching the eye of the official devil hunters who arrive at the scene, he is offered work at the Public Safety Bureau as one of them. Now with the means to face even the toughest of enemies, Denji will stop at nothing to achieve his simple teenage dreams. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
For the agent known as "Twilight," no order is too tall if it is for the sake of peace. Operating as Westalis' master spy, Twilight works tirelessly to prevent extremists from sparking a war with neighboring country Ostania. For his latest mission, he must investigate Ostanian politician Donovan Desmond by infiltrating his son's school: the prestigious Eden Academy. Thus, the agent faces the most difficult task of his career: get married, have a child, and play family. Twilight, or "Loid Forger," quickly adopts the unassuming orphan Anya to play the role of a six-year-old daughter and prospective Eden Academy student. For a wife, he comes across Yor Briar, an absent-minded office worker who needs a pretend partner of her own to impress her friends. However, Loid is not the only one with a hidden nature. Yor moonlights as the lethal assassin "Thorn Princess." For her, marrying Loid creates the perfect cover. Meanwhile, Anya is not the ordinary girl she appears to be; she is an esper, the product of secret experiments that allow her to read minds. Although she uncovers their true identities, Anya is thrilled that her new parents are cool secret agents! She would never tell them, of course. That would ruin the fun. Under the guise of "The Forgers," the spy, the assassin, and the esper must act as a family while carrying out their own agendas. Although these liars and misfits are only playing parts, they soon find that family is about far more than blood relations. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
I sold my life for ten thousand yen per year.
Helpless and struggling for cash, 20-year-old Kusunoki sells the last of his possessions to buy food. Noticing his poverty, an old shop owner directs him to a store that supposedly purchases lifespan, time, and health. While not completely believing the man's words, Kusunoki nevertheless finds himself at the address out of desperation and curiosity. Kusunoki is crushed when he finds out the true monetary value of his lifespan—totaling a meager three hundred thousand yen. Deciding to sell the next 30 years of his life for ten thousand yen per year, Kusunoki is left with only three months to live. After heading home with the money, he is greeted by an unexpected visitor: the same store clerk he sold his lifespan to. She introduces herself as Miyagi, the one tasked with the job of observing him until the last three days of his life. Jumyou wo Kaitotte Moratta. Ichinen ni Tsuki, Ichimanen de. follows the remaining three months of Kusunoki's life as he confronts lingering regrets from the past and discovers what truly gives life value. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
In a world ravaged by ice and snow, civilization is on the brink of collapse, thanks to the elusive Ice Witch. Fighting against the cold has brought out the worst in humanity, leading to cults, violence, and the persecution of the "Blessed"—those born with supernatural powers. Agni and Luna—blessed orphans with regenerative powers—are making the best of their situation within a small society of elders; their affection for each other serves as a distraction from the uninhabitable climate. Nevertheless, what little serenity they have is stolen away when army commander Doma passes through and incinerates the village they are seeking refuge in—Agni's beloved sister included. Doma's flames do not extinguish until they have reduced their target to ash, and due to Agni's remarkable regeneration, he remains ablaze and in constant, excruciating pain. After nearly a decade of enduring the pain, Agni has conditioned himself to tolerate Doma's flames. However, his burning vengeance is as fierce as it was on the day Luna was taken from him. As Agni traverses a frozen wasteland, he vows to avenge his sister and kill Doma. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Gabimaru the Hollow, a ninja of Iwagakure Village known for being cold and emotionless, was set up by his fellow ninja and is now on death row. Tired of killing and betrayal, he wants to die. However, no method of execution works on him because as much as the seemingly apathetic Gabimaru refuses to admit it, he does have a reason to live. He wants to return to his wife, who was the reason why he softened up and failed to be an effective assassin. Thus, he refuses to die. Asaemon the Decapitator, a famous executioner, sees this and has a proposal for the ninja. She wants Gabimaru to join an expedition to an island south of Japan in search of the elixir of life in exchange for a full pardon by the Shogunate. However, this island isn't a normal island: it's believed to be Paradise. However the island is full of mysteries, and the exploring team—consisting of those marked for death—might not be fully prepared to handle them. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Grotesque, Godzilla-like monsters called "kaijuu" have been appearing around Japan for many years. To combat these beasts, an elite military unit known as the Defense Corps risks their lives daily to protect civilians. Once a creature is killed, "sweepers"—working under the Professional Kaijuu Cleaner Corporation—are left to dispose of its remains. Kafka Hibino, a 32-year-old man, is unsatisfied with his job as a sweeper. From a young age, he has aspired to join the Defense Corps and kill kaijuus for a living. After a few failed attempts, however, he gave up on his dreams and resigned himself to the mediocrity that provided a decent paycheck. Nevertheless, when an ambitious, 18-year-old recruit named Leno Ichikawa joins his cleaning team, Kafka is once again reminded of his desire to join the military. Following a chain of unfortunate events and an interaction with the junior sweeper, Kafka encounters a parasite-type kaijuu that forces its way in through his mouth—turning him into a humanoid monster. With his newfound powers, Kafka aims to give his lifelong dream a final try. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
After being aggressively rejected, Momo Ayase finds herself sulking when she stumbles across a boy being bullied. Saved by her rash kindness, the occult-obsessed boy attempts to speak to her about supernatural interests he believes they share. Rejecting his claims, Ayase proclaimed that she is instead a believer in ghosts, starting an argument between the two over which is real. In a bet to determine who's correct, the two decide to separately visit locations associated with both the occult and the supernatural—Ayase visiting the former and the boy visiting the latter. When the two reach their respective places, it turns out that neither of them was wrong and that both the occult and ghosts do exist. This marks the beginning of Ayase and the boy's adventure, who shares a name with Ayase's favorite idol—Ken Takakura, as they attempt to fix the surreal supernatural and sci-fi elements around them to return to a normal life. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Fourth-grader Ayumu Fujino regularly draws four-panel manga for her school newspaper and is lauded as having the best artwork in her class. One day, she is asked by her teacher to turn over one of her manga slots in the school newspaper to a truant student named Kyomoto. When Kyomoto's manga pops up alongside Fujino's, it receives high praises for its detailed artwork, making Fujino furiously jealous. Refusing to be beaten by someone who barely attends school, Fujino devotes herself to learning to create manga. As time goes on though, her goal of outshining Kyomoto seems to only get further and further away, and Fujino, now in sixth grade, eventually gives up and quits making manga. Graduation day arrives, and Fujino is asked to deliver Kyomoto's graduation certificate to her. Through chance, the two end up coming face to face, and their unexpected meeting will end up having consequences far beyond what either of them could ever predict. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Suffering from a terminal illness, Yuuta's mother asks him to film her last moments, which he does. From her radiant smile when she is with her family to the times when sickness ravages her body in the hospital, he records hours upon hours of footage. After her passing, Yuuta compiles her life into a movie to screen at his school, deciding to add a bit of fantasy to the ending of his film, Dead Explosion Mother, with a literal explosion! Following the backlash caused by his supposedly tone-deaf portrayal of his mother's death, Yuuta trudges to the hospital roof to take his own life—but there, he meets a girl named Eri. Captivated by his film, Eri requests Yuuta to make a new one that will blow the previous out of the water and prove his critics wrong. The movie they set out to make will stand apart by blurring the line between fact and fiction. And of course, it wouldn't be a Yuuta film if it didn't have his personal flavor—just a dash of fantasy. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
In his final year of high school, Taichi Ichinose finds himself sharing a class with his popular childhood friend Touma Mita for the third year in a row. Meanwhile, Taichi is hesitant to interact with his shy and clumsy classmate, Futaba Kuze, despite seeing her as a reflection of himself. However, after an encounter in the library brings them together, Taichi discovers that Futaba has feelings for Touma. Initially harboring doubts at the prospect, he decides to help her after she declares an emotional yet firm decision to change. As spring comes into full bloom, the three classmates find themselves in a relationship entangled by intricate emotions and personal conflicts while they navigate through an uncertain future. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, young researcher Reito Mizuhara is to be put into cryosleep until a cure can be found. Short on time, Reito decides to confess his pent-up feelings to his childhood crush Erisa Tachibana and bids farewell to his family and friends. As Reito goes to sleep and his consciousness begins to fade, Erisa barges into the room and declares that she will wait for him. Five years later, Reito wakes up to a post-apocalyptic world where 99.9% of the world's male population had been eradicated by the "Man-Killer Virus" four years prior. He is one of a handful of men who have become immune to this virus due to sclerosis treatment. Reito and the other four men are now invaluable assets to humankind and are expected to impregnate as many women as possible. Reito, however, is determined to find Erisa and refuses to make love with any other women. With temptations lurking around every corner, can he hold on to the woman of his dreams? [Written by MAL Rewrite]
After his high school graduation, Yuuki Wakura realizes it has been five years since his sister's disappearance during a "Mato disaster." Throughout Japan, mysterious entrances have opened to a dimension called "Mato"—a demonic metropolis filled with disastrous monsters known as the "Shuuki" that threaten the safety of humans. However, a new hope arose, as the discovery of a Mato fruit that grants supernatural abilities exclusively to women allowed them to fight against the Shuuki. Due to this, a new matriarchal government was formed, establishing a female organization called the Anti-Demon Corps, which caused men to fall to the bottom of society. When Yuuki suddenly finds himself in Mato, he is unable to escape on his own. But just as he anticipates a gruesome end by the Shuuki, a girl in a militia outfit appears and protects him. As the chief of the Seventh Unit of the Anti-Demon Corps, Kyouka Uzen is ambitious yet devalued by her own peers due to her power being deemed unusual. Now in a life-or-death situation, Kyouka takes the opportunity to find out the true potential of her superpower by using Yuuki: in order to defeat the Shuuki, he has to become her slave. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
My Hero Academia: Vigilantes
Living in a superhuman society, it's hard to feel special. Even more so when the spotlight only shines on professional heroes, those legally authorized to use their special powers known as "Quirks" in public for the greater good. Kouichi Haimawari grew up aspiring to be a hero, but with a mediocre Quirk like "sliding" that ties him to the ground, he soon came to the conclusion that he could only ever admire them from below. Despite this, Kouichi finds contentment in using his Quirk to carry out day-to-day good deeds, such as returning lost items and helping the elderly cross the street. However, Kouichi's tame life takes a swing into the turbulent when he is rescued from a back alley brawl by "Vigilante," or illegal hero, Knuckleduster. Seeing hero potential in Kouichi, Knuckleduster enlists his help in tracking down the source of a dangerous drug known as "Trigger" that boosts the user's Quirk at the expense of their rationality. Set in a time before the events of the original story, Vigilante: Boku no Hero Academia Illegals follows Kouichi as he chooses to don the reputation of a villain and become a Vigilante, operating in the shadow of the law to prevent crimes from taking to the surface. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
In the distant future, humanity has been driven to near-extinction by giant beasts known as Klaxosaurs, forcing the surviving humans to take refuge in massive fortress cities called Plantations. Children raised here are trained to pilot giant mechas known as FranXX—the only weapons known to be effective against the Klaxosaurs—in boy-girl pairs. Bred for the sole purpose of piloting these machines, these children know nothing of the outside world and are only able to prove their existence by defending their race. Hiro, an aspiring FranXX pilot, has lost his motivation and self-confidence after failing an aptitude test. Skipping out on his class' graduation ceremony, Hiro retreats to a forest lake, where he encounters a mysterious girl with two horns growing out of her head. She introduces herself by her codename Zero Two, which is known to belong to an infamous FranXX pilot known as the "Partner Killer." Before Hiro can digest the encounter, the Plantation is rocked by a sudden Klaxosaur attack. Zero Two engages the creature in her FranXX, but it is heavily damaged in the skirmish and crashes near Hiro. Finding her partner dead, Zero Two invites Hiro to pilot the mecha with her, and the duo easily defeats the Klaxosaur in the ensuing fight. With a new partner by his side, Hiro has been given a chance at redemption for his past failures, but at what cost? [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Summer Time Rendering
After his parents died, Shinpei Ajiro lived with the Kofune sisters, Mio and Ushio, but he has since moved to live on his own in Tokyo. But after Ushio drowns while trying to save the young Shiori Kobayakawa, he returns home to mourn her departure. However, bruises around Ushio's neck bring her cause of death into question. Taking a step back, Shinpei becomes convinced there must be another explanation. Dangerous entities roam among the islanders, and a vision of deceased Ushio asks him to "save Mio" as her final request. He is certain that something is afoot—and Ushio's death is only a piece of the puzzle. With the help of Mio and various others, Shinpei struggles to forge a future in which he, his friends, and family can stay alive. But the more he investigates, the more impossible such a future seems. This darkness infiltrates his home island. Just how much more suffering will he go through before finding the right path to save it all? [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Reina Aharen, a small and cute student with a quiet voice, is quite bad at determining distance and personal space. Sometimes she's inches away from your face, and at other times, miles too far! The only one who tries to understand her antics is Raidou Matsuboshi, who is seated beside her in class. He has a menacing face, but in reality, he is a kind boy with an imagination that can run wild at times. Aharen-san wa Hakarenai follows the peculiar pair as their odd friendship starts to blossom when Raidou picks up Aharen's eraser for her. She misinterprets his gesture and now believes them to be best friends, showing how the simplest of things can prove to be the most complicated of challenges for them. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Hokkaido Gals Are Super Adorable!
Tsubasa Natsukawa has just moved from Tokyo to Hokkaido, in the middle of winter. Not quite appreciating how far apart towns are in the country, he gets off the taxi at the next town over from his destination so he can see the sights around his home. But he is shocked when he learns the "next town" is a 3 hour walk away. But he also meets a cute Dosanko (born and raised in Hokkaido) gyaru named Minami Fuyuki who is braving negative 8 degree weather in the standard gyaru outfit of short skirts and bare legs! (Source: MU)
Even If You Slit My Mouth
Miroku is a slit-mouthed woman whose ear-to-ear smile strikes fear into the superstitious, but who would have thought she had a fiancé? Once an infamous urban legend, the self-proclaimed "Queen of Folklore" has found her existence threatened by the public's declining belief in her. She is also roped into a contractual marriage with 17-year-old Kouichi Sano, a member of a family responsible for the continued existence of the supernatural. Miroku is unenthused by the arrangement and wishes to regain her notoriety through her own means. For this reason, Sano makes his fiancée a deal: if she can scare him once before he turns 18, he will end the engagement. Miroku concedes to these terms but is unsettled by Sano's proposed condition—where he must make her fall in love with him. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
In the year 2061, mankind's domain stretches across the vast expanse of the universe. Eight students from Caird High School, along with a young child, embark for an exciting interstellar camp on the planet MCPA, which is located nine light-years from their home. Among them are the brave and athletic Kanata Hoshijima and the cute and bubbly Aries Spring. However, once the students arrive at MCPA, a strange ball of light starts chasing them. This mysterious sphere engulfs the students and sends them to a harrowing fate: a remote area of space located 5,012 light-years from safety. Hopelessly lost and quickly running out of resources, the students' only chance of returning home proves to be aboard a nearby abandoned spaceship, where their desperate fight for survival begins and the dark truths surrounding their deadly excursion are slowly revealed. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
A squid-like creature, known as a Happian, leaves his home planet with the desire to spread happiness across the universe. He lands on Earth, but quickly finds himself in danger of captivity by its inhabitants. Fortunately, he is found by an unsmiling little girl named Shizuka Kuze, who feeds him and names him Takopii. Feeling indebted, Takopii decides to do everything in his power to bring a smile to her face. The task is easier said than done, however. Shizuka is bullied by her classmates, she does not have a father, and her mother is never home—though the gravity of these issues flies over the naive Takopii's head. Even so, Shizuka does have one source of happiness: her dog Chappy. The connection Shizuka and Chappy share only increases Takopii's desire to make the girl smile. While Takopii's attempts to lift Shizuka's spirits lead to unintended consequences, he is determined to take things into his own tentacles, test his understanding of human beings, and achieve his goal of spreading happiness. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Matsuri Kazamaki and Suzu Kanade are childhood friends, bonded by their shared ability to see ayakashi—youkai in search of a life force to devour. However, in high school, their relationship deteriorates. As Suzu's one-sided feelings are growing, so is the difference in their ayakashi views: Matsuri considers all ayakashi a threat to his friend, while Suzu is an ayakashi medium—someone who exudes a significant amount of life force compared to the average human—and loves them all despite the risk. When the two stumble upon a talking white cat named Shirogane, they are unaware that it is a four-hundred-year-old ayakashi known as the "King of Ayakashi." He is hell-bent on gaining even more power by devouring Suzu, but as Matsuri swoops in to try and save her by sealing Shirogane's powers, the ayakashi uses a jutsu to turn him into a girl instead! Matsuri vows to protect Suzu from further harm as her best friend, but he must learn how to act like a girl until his grandfather—a famous wind jutsu exorcist ninja—can undo the jutsu. Meanwhile, Suzu must work out her romantic feelings for Matsuri now that he is no longer a boy. But when Matsuri takes the king as his pet, the future of the two friends seems uncertain. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Amatsuyu Kisaragi, better known as Jouro, has a reputation for being a kind and helpful person, but he has little that makes him stand out. On the other hand, his best friend Taiyou Ooga, nicknamed Sun-chan, is the captain of the baseball team and an extrovert, usually getting all the girls. However, Jouro isn't as plain as he seems; in reality, he is quite manipulative and is currently trying to make two girls fall for him—his childhood friend and the president of the student council. Jouro wants the two to confess to him in his "perfect harem plan," perfectly setting them up to like him. But when he is coerced into what appears to be a confession by both of them, he is not elated; instead, he is baffled as they reveal that the two of them like Sun-chan and want Jouro to help them in their romantic endeavors! Furthermore, he finds out the next day that while there actually is someone interested in him, a quiet girl named Sumireko Sanshokuin, she has an extremely unpleasant personality and is determined to interfere in his plans! [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Mobuyuki Saotome, a rookie love comedy mangaka, is dealing with the hardships in the manga industry as he must get help from his assistants who are his sisters as they are not only supporting him but are getting attracted to him as well.
His girlfriend is super popular, but he's the only one who sees her turn bright-red! A rom-com about a boy and his over-embarrassed girlfriend! (Source: MANGA Plus)
The Prison City, housing over five hundred thousand people, is inescapable. Constantly surveilled by thousands of robot guards, the inhabitants have little chance of jailbreak. Chloe, a seven-year-old girl, has lived in this dreary city her whole life. Abandoned by her parents, she passes her days with her baby brother, Rock. Since the streets are sprawling with dangerous criminals, she has never left the house and finds her purpose in life by taking care of her brother. One night, after realizing that her neighbors are attempting to escape, Chloe secretly pursues them while carrying Rock. However, when things go south during their escape, she becomes separated from her brother. Faced with harsh reality, she reluctantly escapes without him, holding onto the hope that he will survive until the day she can return. Eleven years later, upon polishing her combat abilities, Chloe returns to the Prison City with fierce determination to search for the brother she promised to protect long ago. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Makoto is in love with his childhood friend Ai. However, every night he is plagued with a strange dream where there is a station he does not know. The curtain to a chilling suspense story of love and survival opens. (Source: Shueisha, translated)
"The world is not going to give anyone any help. So I chose this path. In order to survive." One event, two teenagers. Before they make their decision, what awaits them in their future? (Source: MU)
My Hero Academia: Smash!!
"I have no interest in real girls!" So claims Okumura, the president of the school's manga club. He's your typical otaku, obsessed with a sexy (fictional) 2D manga character known as Lilliel. Then the new school year starts, and a (real!) 3D girl named Lilysa whose passion is cosplay joins the club. Lilysa convinces Okumura to become her photographer—and guess who her favorite manga character is? Not only that, but Lilysa is into modeling the fetishy stuff! The boundaries between 2D and 3D start to blur as this hot-blooded romantic comedy unfolds. (Source: Seven Seas Entertainment)
A human girl falls into the demon realm and can't seem to communicate with the local demon Kuro who found her. Humans are rare in the demon realm and many would love to eat a human. However, Kuro ends up falling in love with her and names her Pochi! Kuro decides to help Pochi get back to the human world and protects her from demons that try to eat her. She ends up being able to at least understand them but still can't speak the same language. She meets a demon prince who also shows interest in her as well and their long journey back to the human world begins! (Source: Easy Going Scans)
Due to a harsh experience in life, Haruno eventually becomes a cleaning specialist in the field of clearing the remnants of the deceased. After a particular day, Haruno becomes involved in the curious case of 'END.' (Source: Batoto)
Dragon Ball: That Time I Got Reincarnated as Yamcha!
When a typical high school student attempts to sprint down a set of stairs to get a glimpse up a girl's skirt, he slips and hits his head. The boy wakes up to find that he now inhabits the body of Yamcha within the world of the manga Dragon Ball. Quickly recalling Yamcha's multiple deaths throughout the series and his status as a joke in the real world, the student must now utilize his extensive knowledge of the manga to avoid suffering the original Yamcha's unfortunate fate. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
The four heroes are on their way home after their final confrontation with the Demon King. Led by the talkative mage of the group, Nina, they head to the other heroes' hometown of Pocca. On the journey home, she reminisces about her past as a stray orphan and the family she found consisting of the hero and his two companions. However, despite the warm atmosphere on the surface, dread looms over Nina as she thinks about the villagers' reactions to their long-awaited return. After all, the news she has to deliver may not be something they would like to hear... [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Hina Amano has just started going out with her crush, Makoto Kagami. Thoughtful and kind, Makoto is everything that a girl could possibly want, and she couldn't be happier. However, there is a secret looming over their relationship, one that not even Makoto knows: the person inside Hina's body is actually Makoto's friend Ren Takizawa. Eleven years ago, Hina and Ren were childhood friends who discovered that they could switch bodies. But, like friends sometimes do, they drifted apart until high school, when Ren confessed to Makoto and was rejected. They decide to start switching bodies again, and Ren begins using Hina's body to fulfill his dream of dating Makoto, and Hina gets to enjoy being popular in Ren's body. But this body-switching will bring about changes in both of them, and some may not be for the best. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Tatsuki Fujimoto Before Chainsaw Man: 17-21
1. Niwa ni wa Niwa Niwatori ga Ita. (There Were Two Chickens in the Garden.) 2. Sasaki-kun ga Juudan Tometa (Sasaki-kun Has Stopped the Bullet) 3. Koi wa Moumoku (Love is Blind) 4. Shikaku
'Tis Time for "Torture," Princess
The princess who's been held captive by the Demon Lord's army is scheduled to be executed by the Demon Lord's relentless torture! (Source: MU)
From the perspective of an alien planet with super-advanced technology and tiny (1/60th the size of a human) inhabitants, planet Earth was the perfect location to banish their worst criminals. Five of said criminals were sent to the planet to be exiled, attached to little critters like frogs and rabbits so they can never be fully active. Due to an accident, these five criminals managed to escape and attach themselves to five different girls that were nearby. The one responsible for the banishment of these five criminals now must detach them from the girls by mouth-to-mouth release. (Source: MangaHelpers)
Ron Kamonohashi: Deranged Detective
Despite lacking the skills suited for his role on the Metropolitan Police Department investigative team, Totomaru Isshiki wants to solve murders and help people. Following the advice of one of his seniors, he ventures out to enlist the aid of the reclusive Ron Kamonohashi. Five years ago, Ron was the most promising detective from the illustrious Detective Training Academy Blue; yet for reasons unknown to the public, he sank into obscurity. Totomaru expects a well-dressed, composed man; but what he gets is a messy-haired and uninhibited eccentric. After years in solitude, Ron barely resembles his former self and he refuses to even hear out the detective. However, as quickly as Ron rebuffs, he flips on a dime and dives headfirst into the current serial murder case. The true reason Ron withdrew from the detective world was not from lack of desire, but rather from something out of his control—and Totomaru might just be the key for his return to his former calling. Together, the wide-eyed officer and deranged detective tackle each mystery that comes their way. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Immediately after graduating from Tootsuki Culinary Academy as the First Seat of the Elite Ten, Kojirou Shinomiya moved to France to work towards becoming the first Japanese chef to win the French Pluspol Award. However, it was achieving his dreams that made his cooking stagnate; with no goal to fight for at the top of the food chain, he soon lost the drive to improve his cooking. Shokugeki no Souma: L'étoile focuses on Kojirou's self-reinvention following the aftermath of the unofficial Shokugeki at the first years' training camp. To revitalize his passion for the culinary arts, Kojirou must re-examine his old methods, and in turn, move toward the future to find out what he wants to express with his cooking. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
A girl named Haruka Mikami confronts her friend Asuka Morisaki, asking her to search for her body. Bewildered, Asuka tells her friends about it, only to discover that Haruka had also asked the same of them. Unable to understand why they would be asked to do such a thing, they assume it is just a prank. But after some strange incidents, they are mysteriously transported to their school at the stroke of midnight. Realizing that they must find the eight pieces of Haruka's body in order to leave, they begin their search in the school's darkened corridors. Asuka and the others have much more to worry about than simply finding their friend's dismembered corpse, however—a blood-covered girl stalks the hallways and will kill the students if she catches them. If the increasingly desperate group can't find Haruka's body, they will have to repeat the nightmarish event over and over again until their grim task is completed. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
In a ruined world, a human girl, Lu, and a droid, Zett, live a humble life. Then one day, they encounter a mysterious new droid, Chrome... Now all three of them live together like a family, but then... (Source: MANGA Plus)
Marvel raids Shounen Jump+?! The irresponsible hero Deadpool, an extreme outlier even among American comic heroes, is finally serialized! A super collaboration manga that involves both the Avengers and Shounen Jump characters! (Source: Shueisha, translated)
At first glance, the family of Aya Kinomiya may seem quite ordinary: loving mother and father, and a kind elder brother, however, appearances can be deceiving—Aya's father constantly beats her mother, scolds her daughter, and commits other inappropriate deeds. Because of all this, Aya envies children who actually have really loving fathers. One day, once again witnessing a quarrel between father and mother, Aya experiences a great deal of stress, due to which she gains an ability to turn invisible. At first, the girl is indulged with superpowers, but soon she makes a decision that will probably make her blame herself for the rest of her life...
On a day like any other, Shouta Amano plans to confess his feelings to his crush, Koharu Saeki. However, he receives a strange text about something called the "Friends-Eater Game," informing him that he has a "healthy status" and that his antidote is someone's fingers. He assumes it is just a prank, but later discovers that his entire class received the same message, including Koharu. Later, Koharu calls him to the roof, and she reveals that her message was a bit different than the rest: she has an "infected status"—and her antidote is Shouta's fingers. The two of them brush off this strange development, and Shouta uses the moment to confess to her... only to have her die brutally in front of him a few seconds later. Realizing that Koharu's death was caused by not heeding the orders of the message, Shouta and his classmates must play the Friends-Eater Game and follow every horrifying command within the time limit, or face a gruesome death. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Iori Kandono is suffering from a new illness called Monderella Syndrome, thanks to which she would suddenly experience severe pain in her chest. To make the pain go away, she can either take the medicine or get a massage from a male person. One day she forgets her medicine at home and has such an attack in school, but fortunately, her classmate, Edogawa, by pure chance runs into her, and it seems he's the only one who can make her pain go away! (Source: Manga Tokyo, edited)
Let's go exploring with a cute girl!! A landscape painted by the beautiful stroke of a paintbrush can be found anywhere. An exploration manga filled with comedy that will make you say, "Let's go there tomorrow!" (Source: KissManga)
Kosaki, Chitoge and Marika are bestowed upon powers of a magical girl who shall preserve peace in the world with Kosaki serving as their leader. (Source: Nisekoi WIkia)
Chloé has dreamed of leading a glamorous life as an actress ever since she was little. But being the ripe old age of 28 might be working against her, and her spontaneous displays of violence aren't helping either! Not all hope is lost, however—she might be perfect for the role offered by a mysterious and charming new man in her life. Can Chloé become the Ghost Reaper Girl and take down the evil spirits that have escaped from Hades? (Source: VIZ Media)
For as long as he can remember, 14-year-old Chuuta Kokonose has been pestered by a mysterious voice in his head. Due to this, his unknowing classmates tease him for having an odd habit of talking to himself. One day, Chuuta is followed home by a three-eyed, jellyfish-like creature who abruptly shoots him with a beam of light. He suddenly finds himself in a room filled with even more strange-looking creatures—in a place he soon discovers to be a space police station. There, he is told by Laine Brick, the chief of the solar system bureau, that he has been selected as a suitable candidate to join their agency ēlDLIVE. But Misuzu Sonokata—Chuuta's classmate and crush who turns out to be an ēlDLIVE member—is opposed to him joining, arguing that he does not have the qualities of an officer. Provoked by Misuzu's remarks and at the insistence of the voice in his head, Chuuta decides to take the qualifying exam to join the agency. However, the exam leads to him discovering that the identity of the strange voice in his head was an alien living in his body all along. ēlDLIVE follows Chuuta, Misuzu, and the rest of the solar system bureau as they endeavor to protect the citizens and the public order of the universe. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
A high school girl who lost hope was about to commit suicide, but before she could jump from the edge of the building, she suddenly witnessed a murder below. The young murderer was throwing the corpse in a manhole and then appears behind her, smiling and offering her a deal...
Besides his extreme phobia of electronic devices, Akira Natsume lives his life as a completely ordinary teenager. In contrast, his brother Shuuichi is a university student who excels in many aspects of life. Wanting to follow in Shuuichi's footsteps, Akira becomes determined to better himself. But before he can accomplish this goal, he is hit by a truck while attempting to rescue a girl from delinquents. After regaining consciousness, Akira is astonished to find himself inside a machine; furthermore, 16 years have passed since the truck accident. Amid Akira's confusion, police officer Minami Uezono explains that Akira's brain resides inside an EX-ARM—a highly advanced weapon capable of causing immense destruction. Accompanied by an android named Alma, Minami is currently aboard an enemy smuggler ship to complete a crucial mission: retrieve Akira's EX-ARM. Despite initially being bewildered, Akira quickly learns to utilize the vast power of his EX-ARM and eventually meets the head of the EX-ARM Countermeasure Division, a police department that prevents crimes caused by the machines. Subsequently, Akira takes on the task of eradicating these heinous crimes—which may lead him to discover the reason behind his present state. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Yukiya Iiyama, an ordinary young boy, is tired of the noisy sounds the city produces. The headphones he wears deafens him from the blasting radio that plays everywhere he goes. Truthfully, Yukiya holds a deep passion for music and songwriting. However, he hit an art block when his best friend and songwriting partner, Natsumi Souda, rose to fame as a new idol. Today, her music frequently broadcasts on the radio. Although Yukiya is filled with admiration, her music also immensely frustrates him as he cannot write songs anymore. One day, Souda shows up at the music store Yukiya works in and tries to reinsert herself into his life. She asks him if he has been writing anything new and expresses interest in singing to his music like old times. Yukiya initially acts guarded, but deep down he wishes to be able to write songs again. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
The manga is a "high-tension club activities comedy" series that focuses on rival schools. (Source: ANN)
The nations might not be actively fighting each other, but that does not stop them from arguing about their foreign policies and diverse cultures. Whether they are quarreling over who has the harshest summer, learning more about the ancient Roman Empire's past, or deliberating their rising obesity rates, there is never a dull moment with North Italy and his allies around. Hetalia World☆Stars explores current world events and cultural differences through the eyes of personified nations in a lighthearted and entertaining way. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
A hitman and a marriage swindler set out on the world's most grueling battle for marriage! Gero is a young man from a clan of hitmen, which has been in existence for hundreds of years. As someone who's never gone to school and lived his life dealing in the dark side of the business, he considers himself to have "no prospects with women" and marriage as "something not for him." However, one day, in fear that their lineage would dissolve, his clan warns Gero that if he doesn't marry and produce an heir, they would have no choice but to...force his little sister into doing "that." Driven to his wits' end, Gero asks the target of his work, a marriage swindler, to... (Source: MANGA Plus)
Excuse Me Dentist, It's Touching Me!
A human drama between a villany-faced yakuza and a dominant dentist! Give it a read and maybe your "wall" will be broken down...?! (Source: MANGA Plus)
A blind boy, Shinobu, lives a peaceful life with the support of his kind teacher and girlfriend, Mikoto, training daily to learn the ancient martial art of self-defense known as "Mibuchi Toshujutsu." Until one day, when all is stolen from him by a strange visitor who appears at the dojo. This man, defeating both Shinobu and his teacher, steals away Mikoto with him. Three years pass—In order to take back his girlfriend, Shinobu climbs up from the depths of despair, and finds himself at a remote island prison where only the most abominable kind of criminals are housed. There begins a battle royal, a free-for-all fight to the death with the villainous men within!! (Source: MANGA Plus)
Dear Sa-chan, if only I'd had sex with you that time, perhaps I wouldn't have wandered down this disastrous path. A story of true love and its downfall, brought to life by an unconventional protege. (Source: MANGA Plus)
The stories of the everyday life of a black mage and a slime that run a magic store together as master and servant.
You and I are Polar Opposites
Suzuki, an energetic girl who can't help but follow the crowd, finds herself drawn to Tani, a quiet boy who can easily speak his mind. A story for anyone who wants to enjoy love! This down-to-earth, relatable rom-com is ready to pull at your heartstrings! (Source: MANGA Plus, edited)
Rampage. Weep. Kill. Every 12 years, the 12 signs of the Chinese zodiac take the form of warriors and engage in the ultimate battle royal. They face one another in battles to the death, using all the powers of their star signs, and the sole survivor is granted the ultimate prize—a wish. Any wish. (Source: VIZ Media)
Makoto Kusakabe is an uptight and virtuous office worker who wants nothing to do with love and sexual desire. His next-door neighbor, Hiiragi, always greets him every morning before heading off to work, but Kusakabe refuses to respond for fear of falling in love with her. One morning, before they each head to work, Hiiragi asks Kusakabe for a strange favor: to hand over the bag of used tissues in his hand. Hiiragi is a succubus who should live off indecent acts against men, but her shyness prevents her from fulfilling her duties. Stunned by her boldness, Kusakabe struggles to focus at work as he broods over the request. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
One day something emerges from high school girl Kaho's refrigerator—an emperor penguin, the largest of all penguins! When this emperor joins the household, fun and wacky antics with family and friends ensue! (Source: VIZ Media)
Make the Exorcist Fall in Love
A boy was chosen by god to become the world's strongest exorcist and to face deadly demons in battle. Burdened with the fate of humanity, all he really wants to do is quietly bake sweets, when one day a certain girl enters his life… A story of love and hope blooming during a bloody holy war! (Source: MANGA Plus)
"Magical Girl"—A profession that undertakes the work of exterminating a kind of natural disaster called "Kaii." Kana Sakuragi, a female college student who struggles with job hunting, is picked up by a magical girl startup company and...?! Magical Girl work-life starts now! (Source: MANGA Plus)
After a nuclear war, most of humanity was destroyed and the world is now in ruins. Meanwhile, a mutant, born from the nuclear war, meets a human girl and instantly falls in love with her. In this wild land, such an unusual love is immensely heart-rending, and it burns with earnest purity! (Source: Shueisha, translated)
Debby the Corsifa is Emulous
In the deep depths of Hell lives a bloodthirsty demon known as "Debby the Corsifa." She loves a good fight, but not a single entity in Hell can match her in combat. Bored, she decides to blow off steam by wiping out the human race! However, after arriving on Earth, Debby meets an equally bored human named Rokurou Sugo just as he audibly wishes for someone to play games with. Debby immediately challenges Rokurou to a fight that he cannot imagine winning, let alone live through. Panicking for his life, Rokurou dares her to a game of "Old Maid" as a better—and safer—way to kill time. Despite appearances, Debby proves herself to be an airhead who is only meant for fights! Still, no matter how many times she loses, Debby refuses to give up until she beats Rokurou in a game. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Kai Ichihara is a high school student who receives a strange email asking him if he wants to try "Slave Go," a mobile game that will enslave certain people if they are "captured" by taking a picture of them. After using the app on two people, Kai is shocked to learn they have disappeared and the game he thought was just a joke must be real. Then when his good friend Rinna Date also vanishes, he fears she has met a similar fate. Confronted by a mysterious man named William Gotou, Kai is taken to a room where the slaves he captured are to participate in a death battle concocted by wealthy members of "Society," an exclusive, underground community. Betting is done through a currency called Delos and when one loses all their money, they will become a slave. Although he is able to win his first game, this is just the beginning, as Kai finds that Rinna has indeed become a slave, and in order to free her he must pay a fee of one hundred million Delos. With William acting as his guide, Kai strives to capture strong slaves in order to help him liberate Rinna and release both of them from the clutches of Society's evil game. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Aoi Nemo is a big-ticket businessman whose face has appeared on all the magazines, and there's a price on his head. Coming to collect is Akaumi Kiruru, an assassin as deadly as she is beautiful. But the person who requested the hit was Aoi himself! From the moment he laid eyes on her, Aoi fell for this femme fatale, and he'll do whatever it takes to spend more time with her: even if it means risking his own life. Don't miss this zany comedy about losing your head over love! (Source: Seven Seas Entertainment)
Spotless Love: This Love Cannot Be Any More Beautiful.
I have an obsession with cleanliness—maybe that's why the girls in my class hate me. One day, they locked me inside the Yukimura house, which is famous in our neighborhood for being packed with garbage. But there, I met the boy I was destined to be with... (Source: MANGA Plus)
Follow the antics of a snowman turned Yuki-Onna hellbent on destroying the sun with the help of a child named Himari and her Aunt Koharu. (Source: MU)
Once upon a time in the city of Kobe, there was a girl and a boy. Both lived under abusive households, and the two swore an oath to be together until death. However, they are quickly separated, seemingly forever. That is, until a chance encounter reunites them three years later... (Source: MU)
Mutou-kun is worried that he's too girly. Satou-san is worried that she's too boyish. As the two of them deal with their respective troubles, Mutou-kun, wanting to be cooler, asks Satou-san to teach him how. However, his straightforward demeanor keeps causing her heart to pound...!! Will the day when Satou-san acknowledges Mutou-kun's masculinity ever come?! (Source: MU)
The "Generation of Miracles" is a name given to a team of five middle school basketball prodigies who led Teikou Middle School to win three consecutive championship titles. Underneath all of the prestige, they are middle school students with middle school problems at the end of the day. From managing their crushes to planning the perfect summer vacation, these prodigies find themselves in typical age-appropriate situations in the company of amusing friends and teammates. Adapted from the light novels of the same series, Kuroko no Basuke: Replace Plus follows the antics of Tetsuya Kuroko and the Generation of Miracles before they went their separate ways. Intermixed with the hilarity are anecdotes from their high school teammates, who also end up in strangely hilarious situations outside the court. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
The everyday life of a poor student, Kamenashi, as documented by his classmate who has a crush on him!
The story revolves around a boy named Sataki Tadashi, a normal high school student with a weird profession: he's a con-artist. Although Sataki hates being a criminal, he must continue to do so in order to keep himself alive, because of a curse he got from a magical creature named Mijuna.
A boy who wants to make friends in high school by standing out through the use of his proudly created inventions and a dragon girl who naturally stands out. What will the encounter between these two bring? (Source: Shueisha, translated)
Diamond in the Rough
In a world where "stones" are at the center of life. An ore craftsman visits an underground village and meets a boy whose left foot is petrified. The two go on a journey to save the boy's family as master and student. (Source: Shueisha, translated)
Tsumugui and Shinobima Saguri loved exploring as kids, but Saguri had a weak constitution. When Saguri moved away when both were four, they promised to go exploring when they're older. Couple of years, Saguri moves back, healthy, and ready to explore!
It was an Earth that had lost its moon to a meteorite collision. In a world enveloped in darkness, people craved light. And at a facility researching the luminescent "Lumia" people, an innocent girl and young researcher meet. (Source: Shueisha, translated)
Meguru Ukiyo has fallen for his childhood friend, Sara Tatsumi. One day, he stumbles across a white snake that...says it can see the future?! (Source: MANGA Plus)
Yami Sukehiro, the captain of Asta's knight order, the Black Bulls, suddenly grows younger, just as a mysterious mage launches an attack on the Clover Kingdom. Join Asta and his friends as they embark on a new adventure of trials and tribulations. (Source: Bandai Namco Entertainment)
The Kajiki Chef: Divine Cuisine
In this world, there exists monsters called Kajiki. They are huge and scary, for they were created to be eaten by gods. However, they are also very delicious...! Let the battles between monstrous food and a young chef begin! (Source: MANGA Plus)
Soichi Mawatori has been ostracized his entire youth not only for having a burnt face but also for being a mistress' son. His mother was the sole person who truly loved him, and after her untimely death, he was left all alone. Despite all the odds against him, he refuses to give up hope and strives to become an astronaut. After many years of determination and hard work, his dream finally comes true. Upon being sent on a mission to the Moon, Soichi discovers a rather strange, feminine, and humanoid creature possessing the ability to communicate with humans. Despite the creature's anonymity, Soichi sees his own reflection in them and names them Io. Following the fateful encounter, Soichi and Io begin to interact and learn more about each other, forming an unusual yet sincere bond along the way. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
A world stretching down from the heavens: the Vertical World. There lives a boy named Ruska, who finds himself fascinated by the world below. One day he sees a girl falling from the sky above, straight towards the bottom... And so begins his adventure surrounding the mystery of the Fallen Maiden! (Source: MANGA Plus)
Arata Primal: The New Primitive
The key to save the world is in the primeval period!? Connecting the present and the past. Burning passion opens up the future!! A primeval survival mystery that passes through time and civilization!! (Source: MANGA Plus)
Ryo was an average high school student until a plane he was on crashed in a frozen wasteland. Now, there’s no telling if help will come, and the surviving passengers are already fighting among themselves. Nonetheless, Ryo struggles to find a way to work together and save everyone, but could there be a secret reason for these circumstances that he’s unaware of? (Source: MANGA Plus)
Boys Over Flowers Season 2
Eitoku Academy has a legacy of being a school for the ultimate elite, the best of the best. And the most rich and powerful students there have formed the Correct 5 clique to maintain the integrity of their school. Unfortunately, new student Oto Edogawa doesn't have the pedigreed background of her peers and has to work part-time jobs to help make ends meet. Will a chance encounter with Haruto Kaguragi, the leader of the Correct 5, put everything at risk? (Source: VIZ Manga)
"Archery girl" comedy manga centering around a girl who at first glance, seems perfect, but hides the fact that she is always on the brink of losing her cool. (Source: ANN)
Pen Pal at the End of the World
Kasumi Arai was only six years old when the world plunged into chaos: earthquakes emerged, diseases spread like wildfire, and society began to crumble in the clutches of an eternal winter. Her only solace in the present is an old, abandoned stationery store that withstood the test of time amidst the disorder of the world. While there, she often uses a vast array of colorful pens to draw her favorite anime character, Miracle Momo, just to pass time. After reminiscing with his friend about the days before the end of the world, a young man decides to make a trip back to his family's stationery store and discovers Kasumi's drawing within. Feeling nostalgic, the man sketches the same anime character, triggering a correspondence between the two unlikely individuals. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
My remarried dad brought a new mom and... a cute little sister...!? From the author of Cross Account, Date-sensei's long awaited new work! A heart thumping family comedy oneshot with 49 pages!! (Source: Shueisha, translated)
Mitsuki Amahara is an avid gymnast in his third year of middle school, but it's not until the final middle school competition that he competes for the first time. There, he is taken aback by the stunning performance of Sakura Dogase, a member of a renowned club. What will Mitsuki do in order to get closer to his goal...?! (Source: MANGA Plus)
In the world of Golem Hearts, creatures known as golems have become integrated with society, performing all sorts of tasks. These golems are created by the widely-respected "sorcery scholars," and obey the commands of their human masters without question. Noah is a sorcery scholar who strives to become the second best of his kind. To that end, he travels far and wide to study unique golems around the world. This journey leads him to a certain island, where he encounters a girl named Mary and her golem Murray. As the two get acquainted, we begin to discover that there may be more to Noah than meets the eye.