Shounen Jump (Monthly)

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Aono Tsukune is so hard up on luck, that he can't even get admitted into high school. His parents finally find him a school with no tests required for admittance, out in the middle of nowhere. He finds out the school is a youkai (monster) academy, Just as he is about to resign himself and get back on the bus home, he bumps into a beautiful girl. Turns out this beautiful girl, Akashiya Moka, is also a vampire who bites him right off the bat. They become friends and Tsukune is ready for a happy school life with her, until he finds out that if a human is found on the school grounds, he or she should be killed. Now Tsukune must conceal his identity from the rest of the monsters at school, while at the same time being a ready snack for Moka when ever the urge takes her. What effect will this have on Tsukune and will Moka be able to keep him out of harm's way?

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Shounen Jump (Monthly)

Jul 6, 2004
67,072 7.80
Seiichirou Kitano is a naive and kind boy with the heart of an angel and the face of a devil. Upon entering his new school he is presumed to be a villainous heroin addict, and unwittingly becomes the leader of the schools thugs, all thanks to his frightening face. His new "friends" have great expectations of him, seeing him as a frightful demon. Kitano himself on the other hand, loathes violence and is blissfully unaware of the situation he is in...

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Shounen Jump (Monthly)

May 7, 1992
32,133 8.39
In a land where magicians cast spells on bullets in order to perform magic, like summoning powerful monsters. There was once a witch so powerful that she challenged the gods and was cursed for it. 10 years before the current time of the story, that witch challenged and defeated another magician, and in doing so saved a small boy, who instantly fell in love with her and was inspired to use guns as his "Sword of Justice". That boy was called Zero. When he was ready, he set out on a quest and found that woman who saved his life... or did he? She is not the same person that he idealized; she is selfish, rude, arrogant... and quite a bit shorter. But at the times when she feels Zero's love and self sacrifice for her, she can bring forth incredible power. So the two set out together to find a cure and the reason why the gods only bothered to curse her.

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Shounen Jump (Monthly)

Aug ??, 2000
11,730 7.76
Reiji Oozora is a total loser! Not good at anything especially schoolwork! One day his friend Maiko Yukino offers to share her class notes with him to help him out on the condition that he takes her wherever she wants to go. She takes him to a secret place where a virtual reality game called Dragon Drive is played. Reiji signs up, gets his own dragon, which ends up being the smallest and weakest in the game! Because of its tiny size Reiji names the dragon Chibi. Right after joining the game Reiji and Maiko are sent to battle a classmate who has as crush on Maiko named Daisuke. Reiji runs from the battle and just when it seems like he can't win his dragon does something impossible! It suddenly powers up and defeats the much larger dragon. Reiji wins and is suddenly addicted to this new exciting game. A staff member of the Dragon Drive virtual reality game named Agent L realizes that there is something incredible about Chibi's performance and invites Reiji and Maiko to a special training room. There she reveals the real purpose of the game is for players to bring out their dragons' true potential. Just then a strange girl riding a dragon appears and takes them to a fantastic magical world. It turns out it this world is in peril of being taken over by an evil group called RI-ON and the only thing that can possibly stop them in none other than Reiji's little dragon! Thus the adventure begins! (Source: VIZ Media)

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Shounen Jump (Monthly)

Aug 3, 2001
3,012 7.08
A prototype one-shot of the Rosario to Vampire's first chapter.

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Shounen Jump (Monthly)

Sep 6, 2003
2,844 6.86
Akane Tachibana is a freshman high school student who, despite his talent for basketball, decides to abandon sports clubs due to the pressure put on him by them. Once he arrives at Kouzu High, however, he meets the only other basketball player who has ever caught his eye on the courts and decides to join the team. The first match of the season is an exhibition game against the league's strongest team, Hyamazaki—the team that Hiiragi's father coaches and in which his older brother plays for. Hiiragi ends up playing in the second half of the game, and they seem to not be working well together on the court, losing the game, until unintentionally one of the senior players on the team challenges them to beat him. They join forces, inspiring the team to victory. Thus starts the story of a group of teenagers working to reach the top, fighting tooth and nail the entire way. (Soure: Wikipedia)

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Shounen Jump (Monthly)

Nov 6, 1995
2,635 7.78
Nora is a rebellious demon, and despite being a member of the UNder World's official police force (Dark Leige's army) he has a tendency not to listen to orders. So one day, when he goes too far (AKA: calls her "ugly" one too many times) Dark Leige decides to send Nora to the human world to be taught to be obedient. Enter Kazuma; a cool-as-ice straight-A student. As president of his school's student council, he discusses with his friends the problems involving the people collapsing and sometimes even dying. Ominously, the fact that one person even claimed that a monster was the culprit comes up. He hears a cell phone ringing from inside the hallway and decides to answer it. Dark Leige comes on with an over-enthusiastic "HI!" After Kazuma refuses to hear her measurements she explains that Kazuma was chosen to be given a great power. Suddenly, a strange pentagram-like object appears on his hand, and Nora appears! Dark Leige explains that a resistance of demons has entered the human world and is hiring outlaw demons to attack humans. She also explains that because Nora is a bit too disobedient, that he entrusted control over his powers to him; in other words, Nora needs Kazuma's permission to do any magic; and if he goes out of line, Kazuma just has to say "I Forbid" (a reminiscent version of Inuyasha's bead's) and Nora's collar will choke him. Nora thinks that it would be easy to push Kazuma around and go on a rampage, but Kazuma won't provide approval so easily, sometimes not even when fighting an outlaw demon! (Source: Wikipedia)

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Shounen Jump (Monthly)

Mar 6, 2004
1,997 7.50
Taking place on the fictional continent of Elibe and stars Roy, the son of Fire Emblem's protagonist Eliwood. Roy leads the League of Lycia's army against the forces of the militant country of Bern shortly after his father falls ill. The story begins when King Zephiel, ruler of the kingdom of Bern, finishes the brutal conquest of Ilia and Sacae and sets his sights on Lycia. With the war coming to his own country, Roy is sent home to lead Pherae's army to oppose Bern, but soon after he meets Guinevere, the princess of Bern and Zephiel's younger sister, who has escaped from her homeland to search for a way to stop the imminent war between Bern and Lycia. Upon the death of marquess Hector, Roy carries on the Lycian League and makes many promises: to protect Princess Guinevere and Hector's beloved daughter, the mage Lilina, and most importantly, to save the entire continent from Zephiel's mysterious thirst for world domination. But, this story's hero is Al, son of a Bernian blacksmith. After turning 15 he left his home with his father's sword to go on an adventure in this continent bound for war. (Source: MU)

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Shounen Jump (Monthly)

Nov 6, 2001
1,786 7.38
Futaba Shimeru is a normal high-schooler living a normal life, active in his school's wrestling club and slowly getting closer to his awkward love interest, Misaki. This fails to last as he discovers his family's hereditary genetic defect that becomes active at adolescence. Although it will eventually become controllable, either excitement or stress now makes Futaba switch sex. Mayhem ensues. (Source: Wikipedia) Included one-shot: Volume 8: Tottemo Shounen Tankentai Bangai-hen

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Shounen Jump (Monthly)

Nov 6, 1990
1,282 7.06
General Tokugawa was given 13 angel swords to bring peace to Japan. However just when Tokugawa started a new dynasty, he was assassinated by his 12 commanders, the masters of the 12 sacred swords. The last one, Fire Phoenix, was given to Dohran, Tokugawa's naive son. Many years have passed and now, under the cover of a traveler, Dohran is seeking for revenge and to bring back "the world of laughter." (Source: MU)

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Shounen Jump (Monthly)

Jul 6, 2006
1,046 6.84
Scientists have discovered that mystical creatures like dragons, mermaids, and werewolves did exist. This discovery has become a popular toy craze that is sweeping Japan: Legendz. This game is considered to be the ultimate role playing game where kids can train their Legendz to participate in dangerous matches. Ken Kazaki and his Legendz Windragon are ready for anything and Ken wishes to obtain the Golden Soul Figure by any means necessary. (Source: ANN)

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Shounen Jump (Monthly)

Oct 6, 2003
979 6.67
From the mind that brought you I'll comes a story set in a unique world of samurais and man-slayers reminiscent of the Japan of old. One man wanders the land with a deep past, a deep secret, and a "merciful" right hand... (Source: Mangacity)

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Shounen Jump (Monthly)

?? ??, 1994
883 6.70
Kazumi thought he was good friend with a boy he had known for ten years, Rihito. One day, while they were out in town together, looking for a shop selling masks for their school's masquerade ball, Rihito suddenly disappears. Kazumi drops school and starts looking for him, and will soon set foot in a totally new world. In an abandonned factory thought to be haunted, he ends up face to face with a group of demons. Running away, he finally finds Rihito, one week after he disappeared. His friend seems to go well but his personnality changed. Rihito seems to be able to lead them and is surprised that Kazumi can see the demons. He announces to Kazumi that he always hated him. Distressed, Kazumi doesn't have time to react for the demons attack him again. A mysterious creature then appear out of his body and get rid of the monsters. From now on, Kazumi is going to discover a new side of the city he lives in. A city in which demons et personae live (fighting creatures that people with the same powers as him can invoke) Kazumi will be guided in this new world by the three people who live hidden in the factory, and also own Personae. (Source: MangaJima)

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Shounen Jump (Monthly)

?? ??, 2000
880 6.92
Hungry for a teacher and student relationship? Nope, it's not about love or romance. It's all about sport! Find out what happens if both the teacher and student, who have nothing in common and hate each other in the beginning, are connected with hockey as their life. (Source: Doko Demo Doa Manga Scanlations) Included one-shot: Volume 4: Kami no Bannin (2 parts)

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Shounen Jump (Monthly)

Feb 5, 2005
748 7.00
1. Kohrogi 2. NOIZ 3. dZi:s 4. X-connection2001

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Sep 6, 2001
672 6.80
Kekkou Kamen is about the misadventures of a student named Mayumi Takahashi who attends a boarding school called Toenail of Satan's Spartan Institute of Higher Education that is run by sexual predators. The teachers are constantly looking for ways to torture or humiliate the students, and from this, the teachers derive sexual satisfaction. Takahashi's only protection is from a mysterious figure known as Kekkou Kamen. Kekkou Kamen herself is a mysterious figure who hides the face but not the body! She fights evil with nudity, and nunchucks. (Source: Wikipedia)

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Shounen Jump (Monthly)

Aug 6, 1974
580 6.35
Itto and Yara are childhood rivals. Itto is small and quarrelsome while Yara is big and vindictive. Itto has been holding a grudge against Yara for a long time from the scar Yara made him five years ago during a fight… After years of travelling with his father, Itto finally returns to Japan only to reunite with a childhood rival, Yara. A very hilarious combination of circumstances will bring the unpredictable Itto to join Yara's soccer team… The manga follows this wacky duo as they, alongside the rest of the team, 'battle' other HS teams on the road to becoming Japan 's best. The intense footy goodness is only second to the ridiculously hilarious situations that Itto somehow manages to find himself in.

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?? ??, 1986
552 8.28
Heisuke just came into town and the first thing on his to do list is chasing pretty girls, which causes him to get punched in the process. After reaching the house he'll be staying at he sees a girl trying to sneek inside. Seeing this as a perfect opportunity to legitimately grope a girl, he attempts to stop this intruder only to find out that it's the same girl who punched him earlier, not only that but her name is Umi and she just happens to be one of the three sisters who live in that house along with their mother. The next day Umi finds out that Heisuke is a boxer who's skill is only eclipsed by his letcherousness. Follow Heisuke as he tries to find out which desire is stronger, his desire for boxing or his desire for girls! (Source: Mangaupdates)

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?? ??, ????
519 7.20
A Steampunk mystery from the creator of Silent Mobius! In this tale of a past (or future?) that never was, in the age of Steam, masked dandies, dastardly supervillains, and sentient machines stalk a Japanese Gotham by night. Are the sharp wits and quick reflexes of wunderkind detectives Narutaki and pretty nurse Ling Ling enough to thwart evil and unravel the mysteries of this strange world? All steamed up.... When Narutaki meets Ling Ling, a pretty nurse with a dark secret, he gains both a true-blu friend and two new assistants. He'll certainly need all the help he can get when he is forced to do battle with such nefarious villains as the Phantom Knight, the Machine Baron, and Dr. Guilty! (Source: VIZ Media)

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Shounen Jump (Monthly)

?? ??, 1994
397 6.80
A collection of horror stories focusing on supernatural occurrences.

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Shounen Jump (Monthly)

May 6, 1991
343 6.12
The Onmyou Taisenki manga does not tell the same history as the anime. The story happens years before the events in the anime. The main character, Yakumo (who also appears on the anime) is the son of Monju, the chief priest of the Taihaku Shrine. In this shrine, Monju's former teacher, Mahoroba, is imprisoned. The problems start when Mahoroba escapes, gains power, and transforms Monju into stone. The story of the manga is about Yakumo's first steps with a Shikigami, training with Izuna (Taihaku Shrine's miko) and seeking Mahoroba through various Japanese historical dates. Famous Japanese historical characters such as Oda Nobunaga can be seen throughout the manga. (from the Onmyou Taisenki entry on Wikipedia with slight modifications)

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Shounen Jump (Monthly)

Oct 10, 2004
337 7.13
Continuation of Kattobi Itto - Itto is now in high school with new friends, Hanyu and Nedu

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?? ??, 1999
324 8.38
Master Ozune Enno centuries ago bound the demon/guardian Zenki into his service to fight evil, particularly Karuma and Zenki was sealed away once the job was completed until needed again. Schoolgirl Chiaki Enno as the Enno descendant is able to break the seal on Zenki, but he is also bound in a child-sized form when not fighting evil because he is defiant so she must use the power of the bracelet which appears on her wrist to bring him to full fighting stature. The Seeds of Karuma cause people to turn into monsters embodying a vice which Zenki defeats so that he can eat the Seed. Set 3 adds demon/guardian Goki who boosts Zenki's power to the next level and usually provides a shield to protect the rest of the team of Chiaki, her Grandma Saki, Saki's brother Abbot Jukai, his assistant Kurabayashi and sometimes helping out hero Souma Miki. When not fighting, Goki returns to his human form of a boy, Akira.

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Shounen Jump (Monthly)

Nov 5, 1992
302 7.30
Gag Mangabiyori is a hyperactive, random, and nonsensical series, revolving around various plots and characters.

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Dec 6, 1999
302 7.55
This is all about a 16-year-old guy named Gan (family name: Goda), who along with his various fighting-video-game-styled pals, opposes the very naughty Hanged Cross gang on an alarmingly regular basis. As the story begins, Gan is a juvenile delinquent who has been booted out of one too many schools for chronic bad behavior. Gan's father, a hotdog supercop with the moniker of "Dan Goda," is fed up with this situation to the point where he decides to send Gan to his old educational institution: a fighting school called Roujuu Private High School. There, Gan learns to harness his raw abilities into "Gunfighting," the family martial arts style resembling firearms. Think .44 Magnum punches, Shotgun Fists, Sniper Stances, and you've got the essence of Gun-Fu down. At his new school Gan also falls madly in love hot chick, Yuki and runs afoul of 17-year old transfer student and sure-to-be-rival Garrick Rider, prodigal master of the Hanged Cross technique. Fights over Yuki's affections take place in the school stadium, but it turns that she has little need for defenders of her honor. Yuki is, like an overwhelming majority of students at Roujuu, a fantastic fighter. And from here on out, everbody is not only "kung-fu fighting," but also busy filling pages with over-the-top battle scenes. (Source: MU)

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Shounen Jump (Monthly)

Aug 6, 1997
286 7.13
A parody of the Three Musteteers from Alexandre Dumas.

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Feb 6, 2007
278 6.82
Following the events of the first Breath of Fire game, this sequel brings forth a new menace in the form of the Ice Dragons, a dragon clan secluded for a long time. With the fall of the Dark Dragons, the Ice Dragon clan decides to take their place and engage in global conquest. What is Nina going to do about it now that Ryu has gone missing? (Source: Manga-Updates)

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Shounen Jump (Monthly)

Sep 7, 1994
243 6.71
This series is the manga version of the movie City Hunter: The Secret Service. Saeba Ryo is assigned to protect the daughter of a foreign country's presidential candidate!

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?? ??, 1996
232 7.54
Manga based off the videogame, with new characters and more comedy.

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Dec 4, 2006
198 6.13
Consists of a compilation of side stories including, Indian Summer (ASADA Hiroyuki).

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?? ??, ????
181 7.02
Shiroi Senshi Yamato was the first dog manga created by Yoshihiro Takahashi. The story was about the white akita Yamato and his life. Yamato was born with a special mark on his forehead and was to become a fighting dog. The story follows Yamato as he grows up and becomes stronger and stronger. He ends up winning the championship which was the goal for the young dog. (Source: anything-asian.net) Included one-shot: Volume 26: Moon Kid

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Jan 6, 1976
135 6.88
The title "Yuu & Mii" is a pun on the English phrase "You and Me". Aimu Yuu (remark: his name sounds like "I'm you") is a boy who just moved into the equivalent of a boarding house. Everything is not as it first seems, even the boy. Living in the same room is a ghost named Mii. The series is a combination of love, humour, and a general parody of anime and manga. There are a lot of weird characters in this manga. (Source: MU)

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Aug 6, 1983
115 N/A
In order to help her father solve mysterious crimes, the student Susumi Fuji takes the identity of Maboroshi Panty.

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Dec 6, 1980
94 N/A
Hero and Mii are two newlywed 6 year olds. And that's only the beginning! (Source: M-U)

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Jan ??, 1994
81 N/A
The story features 4 baseball captains. When a captain graduates from school, the next captain becomes the protagonist. (Source: MU)

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Feb ??, 1972
68 N/A
The story takes place in Hiroshima where the protagonists Mashiro and Fang, both zoanthropes, are in search for four talismans, remains of a legendary and evil creature. (Source: Bloody Roar Wikia)

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Mar 6, 2001
67 N/A
Makoto Gousuke has just transferred to a new high school with the intention of being the toughest kid there. Little does he know that there’s an entire group of toughs who already rule the school, and they’re all girls! After being humiliated by their leader, the pretty Misaki Shizuka, he vows revenge and when he gets it starts a lengthy battle between the sexes at the school… (Source: MU)

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?? ??, 1981
67 N/A
Tatakae! Tarantella is a female Wrestling Manga. (Source: MU)

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?? ??, ????
66 N/A
A transfer student from Okinawa comes to a small and normal middles school called Towadai. Wataru, the transfer student, was an exceptionally gifted athlete but was a problem child. His behaviour was the cause of him to transfer from school to school. He first participated in baseball practice for fun but was heavily recruited by the Towadai team but initially he refused to join. Until he fell in love with the team manager Seki Wakaba. The manga follows Wataru and the Towadai middle school through regional tournaments and then evnetually the national stage. The entire manga depicts one summer but lasted 20 years and has about 58 volumes. The author includes a lot of Okinawan words making it a very unique baseball manga.

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Shounen Jump (Monthly)

Jan 1, 1984
64 N/A
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?? ??, 1994
62 N/A
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Feb 6, 2002
61 N/A
Written five years after Akuma-kun Sennen Oukoku, this one-shot tells the story of how the now deceased Akuma-kun has managed to take command of all the beasts residing in Hell. With the minions of Hell on his side, Akuma-kun attempts to take over the human world and unite both dimensions as one. Naturally, the human world is not too keen on this idea and before long, Kitaro, with the help of all of Japan's Yokai, set about to stop Akuma-kun once and for all in an almighty battle!

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Jun 5, 1976
57 N/A
Shima Sakon was a brave and honorable samurai, and grandfather of Yagyuu Yoshikane (Yagyuu Renyasai). He was a capable subordinate of Ishida Mitsunari, and fought against Tokugawa Ieyasu in the battle of Sekigahara. Some history books tell us Sakon had died in that battle. Others say he survived and escaped to Kyoto with the Yagyuu family. And others...?

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Apr 5, 1997
55 N/A
A ganster series.

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?? ??, 1994
54 N/A
The story of Shigeru Aoba, former Japan National Team soccer player Yousuke Aoba's son.

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?? ??, 1985
53 N/A
Shachi, a young fisherman who lives in an peaceful island, is involved in a tragic event that reminds him the death of his father, which happened years ago. The boy then decides to start a journey in the mysterious ocean.

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Aug 3, 2007
48 N/A
When gentle giant police officer Ippei Hyodo is forced to witness the brutal murder of both his younger sister and police partner, the gentle "Elephant" becomes a "Mammoth" overnight and goes above the law to slowly pick off each man standing between him and his loved one's assassin.

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?? ??, 1984
46 N/A
The manga centers on Takeshi Hazama, who on the surface is a high school student aiming to be a manga creator, but in truth works as a "Yami Kariudo," a Dark Hunter, an assassin who works on behalf of victims and the bereaved to slay evil. As a Dark Hunter, he wields a stainless steel ruler and pen as his weapons. His constant rival includes fellow Dark Hunter, Kyousuke Garyuu, a Treasure Hunter who is at different times an ally or enemy to Takeshi. (Source: ANN) Included one-shot: Volume 5: Hajime no Ippo!

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Shounen Jump (Monthly)

Nov 6, 1987
42 N/A
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?? ??, 1987
36 N/A
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May 6, 1987
34 N/A
Special selection of short stories from Hoshino Yukinobu's early days as a mangaka. This entry only includes 3 one-shots never collected before into books. 1. Kyouryuu Kyoushitsu 2. REX-sensei Sayonara 3. Toketa Mirai

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Shounen Jump (Monthly)

May 25, 2013
33 N/A
It's every high school baseball team's dream to go to the legendary Koshien Stadium Tournament. For the first time in years, Seido High School has a chance—star player Gorrila Matsui has finally given the team an opportunity to succeed. Most delighted at this prospect is Principal Kocho. His hopes are dashed, however, when the Headteacher reveals to him that the first game will be played against the infamous Gedo High School. Gedo is notorious for its brutal killings during games. They hardly play at all, instead engaging in a form of martial arts combat called "fighting baseball." Their matches erupt into brutal battlefields, Gedo slaughtering its opponents in any way possible, and the competing team vainly struggling for their lives. The Gedo team is almost inhuman in its slaughter, and their bizarre weapons and attire coupled with their green-grey skin only increase this reputation. (Source: Wikipedia)

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Apr 6, 1996
32 N/A
The story follows the title character (also known as God of Death No. 413) who serves the role of sending the spirits of the dead to the afterlife. The "heartwarming fantasy" also deals with parent-child love, friendship, and social issues such as childhood bullying. Shinigami-kun's real name and other details have not been revealed, but he appears in his black suit and bow tie, saying "Congratulations, I'm here to take you to the next world!". Part of his important duties is to persuade someone who seems about to commit suicide and to prevent unexpected deaths (accidental deaths), but as a novice, he breaks rules of the afterlife and makes decisions like a human. (Source: ANN)

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?? ??, 1983
30 N/A
When she was a little girl, Satsuki made a promise to her friend Tetsu that if he became strong and able to protect her during the 10-15 years he would be living and studying in Chine, she would date him. Well, 10 years have passed, and Satsuki has grown (oh boy, has she) and is very strong at karate in her own right, and Tetsu is coming back. And he is strong, although he hides it at first. Thing is, can she compete with all of the other girls who are now interested in Tetsu? (Source: MU)

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Apr ??, 1996
29 N/A
Set in the distant future, the world has undertaken a reform where the police organisation, as a whole, dissolved, and the local police and Metropolitan Police Department officially semi-privatised. Policemen are now called as "Sheriff" and hired by people as security against criminals. Money is given to those who catch the criminals, and this starts the boom of bounty hunters or simply called "Hunters". In comes the lazy sheriff Isuka Shinnosuke, who is hired by Yazama town's mayor. [Written by orithyea]

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Jan 6, 1989
27 N/A
Follows the case files of weapons expert Kiryuuin Luna & psychic Kamizono Saiko, detectives for hire who specialize in cases that involve the supernatural.

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Aug 9, 1995
26 N/A
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Jan 6, 1998
23 N/A
Narumi Akira is killed in a motorcycle accident and is reborn as the tokusatsu hero, Super Angel.

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Apr ??, 1986
9 N/A