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Naruto Uzumaki has finally achieved his dream of becoming Hokage, the leader of the Hidden Leaf Village that he spent his teenage years fighting to protect. Naruto and his peers now live in a world of peace, working hard to uphold an international truce built on good will and diplomacy. However, this stasis comes at a personal cost for the aging hero. Naruto and the shinobi he grew up alongside find that working to upkeep the neutral world takes them away from their families, and even the legendary warriors of Naruto's generation must contend with being mediocre parents to their bitter children, including his own son Boruto. Boruto Uzumaki faces a world completely unlike that of his father, finding unique trouble in the distance between the two. Contending with a society that heaps an unbearable load of pressure on his shoulders over his status as the Hokage's son, Boruto carves his own path through the world, fighting to make a name for himself as evil forces threaten to shatter the peace his father helped create. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Having defeated Boo, Goku is starting to get bored with his life on Earth. His wife, Chi-chi, wants him to get a job, but all he wants to do is train and fight stronger enemies. Elsewhere in the universe, the God of Destruction, Beerus, and his attendant Whis are traveling from planet to planet in search of food and entertainment. After blowing up some hapless victims, Beerus is reminded of a man from his dreams with the moniker "Super Saiyan God," or something like that... The God of Destruction sets his sights on Earth to track down this mysterious man! Maybe this will give Goku something to do? (Source: VIZ Media)
With everyone's memories having been altered, Boruto finds himself being hunted by his own village. After escaping with Sasuke, what future awaits Boruto...? (Source: MANGA Plus)
Years after Yuugi's legendary battles, the game is so popular that special institutions dedicated to the art of the Duel have sprung up all over the world. Join Juudai Yuuki and his pals at the Academy for the adventures of the next generation of Yu☆Gi☆Oh!
Dragon Ball: Episode of Bardock is a three chapter manga created by Ooishi Naho and based on the video game Dragon Ball Heroes. It features a spin-off scenario taking place after the events of the TV special Dragon Ball Z: Bardock - The Father of Goku, in which Bardock survives after his confrontation against Frieza and turns into a Super Saiyan. (Source: Dragonball Wikia)
Short adaptation of the movie with the same name. An Earth where peace has arrived. However, remnants of Freeza's army arrive on the planet. Their goal is to revive Freeza with the dragon balls. Their dastardly wish is granted, the "F" that plans its revenge against the Saiyans is revived...! (Source: MAL)
It's been many duels since Yuugi defeated Maxmilion Pegasus, the super-rich designer of the collectible card game "Duel Monsters." But Yako Tenma, Pegasus' protégé, has never forgiven Yuugi for his master's horrible fate. To draw Yuugi out, Yako kidnaps Anzu Mazaki and takes her to the heart of the Kaibacorp building, guarded by dozens of the world's most dangerous gamers! But Yako's true plan for Anzu is much worse than mere revenge... (Source: VIZ Media)
In this universe, Taichi is involved in a V-Pet tournament, where he is told he cannot play because the Digimon in his V-Pet isn't recognized as being a real Digimon; however, after the tournament is over, Taichi plays the winner of the tournament, a boy named Neo Saiba, and their battle ends in a tie—something that is supposed to be impossible. Later, Taichi is summoned to the Digital World by a digimon called Lord HolyAngemon, and there he meets the mysterious Digimon in his V-Pet, Zeromaru the Veedramon. (Source: Wikipedia) Included one-shots: Volume 2: C'mon Digimon Volume 7: Frontier Generation
In an alternate version of Yu☆Gi☆Oh 5D's, Yuusei and his friend, Sect, are dueling in Satellite when a Skeleton Knight from an urban legend appears, forcing Yuusei to duel him for Sect's freedom. In Neo-Domino, Rex Godwin is planning a tournament known as the D1 Grand Prix while Jack heads into Satellite and confronts Yuusei, who in this version, he seems to not know...
The story takes place in the distant future and focuses on a boy named Yuma Tsukumo, the number one bad boy at his school. Something unexpected happens when Ryouga challenges him to a Duel as the mysterious ghost of Astral appears before them, a new legend begins.
Yu☆Gi☆Oh! Arc-V centers around Yuuya Sakaki, a mysterious Entertainment Duelist known as "The Phantom" along with his three other personalities: Yuuto, Yuugo, and Yuuri. He was chased after by Leo Corporation for hacking into their Solid Vision with mass system and used it for his own purpose. While on the run, he meets Yuzu Hiiragi, the daughter of the principal of Syu Zo Duel School that was on the verge of bankruptcy and tricked Yuuya into a contract to become a teacher at her school. However, before Yuuya could teach at the school, he first must find a card called Genesis Omega Dragon that said will determine the fate of the world that also connected to his scattered memories. The story is set in alternate version of Miami City where Leo Corporation, run by its president Reiji Akaba, dominates most of Solid Vision system throughout the city. The spread of the company's Solid Vision with mass not only gave birth to "Action Duels" but also help improving the city in saving lives and repair damage in case of disaster, becoming a vital part of people's life.
Tsurugi Tatsuno is a boy who competes in Virtual Digimon Battle tournaments. When a Kuwagamon appeared in the Real World, his Greymon came to life and protected him. Tsurugi is summoned to the Digital World by Piximon to save the Digital World from the evil Barbamon. Since his Digimon has a hexagon shape on him, it's an Illegal Digimon meaning that Digimon bearing the symbol can help save the Digital World. Tsurugi's Greymon later De-Digivolves to Agumon and they meet other characters destined to save the Digital World from the forces of Barbamon. Now they must stop Barbamon and his minions before they get all the DigiMemories and take over both worlds. (Source: Wikipedia)
It starts off with Taiki having a dream about leading a Digimon army with himself as its "General" against one consisting of several Mammon, Rhinomon and Valvemon. He then Digixroses Shoutmon, Balistamon and Dorulumon into Shoutmon x4 who effortlessly takes out most of the oppossing army. Oversleeping, Akari wakes him up with a "move" she calls "Akari Strike". After being encountered by Zenjirou, Taiki suddenly hears a melody from out of nowhere with Shoutmon crying out. Taiki starts searching for the source of the voice in order to save him. Chasing after him, Akari and Zenjirou witness a car about to fall on top of Taiki, but he narrowly escapes its path thanks to Shoutmon's warning. Suddenly, the buildings and surrounding space begins to distort, causing electronic disturbances. Afterward, Taiki discovers a light along with a melody, then a mysterious voice says "do you want to save this melody?" and a Xros Loader appears. After following further instructions from the same voice, and once the melody is absorbed by the Xros Loader, Taiki, Akari and Zenjirou fall into a wormhole-like digital space which emerges on the ground, transporting them to the Digital World. Once there, they are in the middle of the Bagura Army, the same army Taiki saw in his dream, lead by Mach Leomon.
This manga follows the adventure of a boy named Beat, as he enters the Dragon Ball arcade game.
Digimon Chronicle was the storyline accompanying the 2004 Digimon product line. Originally rumored to be a new, full-blown manga to replace V-Tamer 01, it eventually transpired to be mostly prose text, printed in the booklets which accompanied the "Pendulum X" digital pets. These booklets also contained short, non-sequitur six-page manga. There are four "chapters", one sold with the Pendulum X 1.0, another with the Pendulum X 1.5, another with the Pendulum X 2.0, and the final chapter with the Pendulum X 3.0. This fiction tells the story of a Digital World controlled by a scientist computer named Yggdrasil. Because Digimon had multiplied so much in the past, Yggdrasil, the host computer, was unable to handle the load and the Digital Hazard occurred. Yggdrasil then created the "New Digital World," consisting of three layers for the past, present, and future - Urd, Versandi, and Skuld respectively - and then let loose with Project Ark and the X Program to eliminate any Digimon Yggdrasil no longer wanted. However, the Digimon adapted by obtaining a program called the X-Antibody, which strengthened them, changed their form, and made them immune to the X Program. Yggdrasil sent in the Royal Knights, thirteen Digimon devoted to keeping order in the Digital World, and at this point Kouta, Yuuji, and Shinji, three humans, somehow found their way into the Digital World and met their partner Digimon - Dorumon for Kouta, and Ryuudamon for Yuuji. Kouta and Yuuji resisted Yggdrasil and the Royal Knights, but Shinji apparently sided with Yggdrasil. (Source: MU)
The one-shot was penned by original character designer Naohito Miyoshi, and it illustrates the duel between Yuuya and Akaba. (Source: ANN)
A special one-shot released in commemoration of release of a new structure deck, "HERO's STRIKE." Juudai Yuuki and Kouyou Hibiki duel in the finals of the Duel World Tournament America.
Shouma, a new kid who moved to Tokyo with his sister, learns how to make friends through Dueling and creating Structure Decks. (Source: Yu-Gi-Oh! Wikia)
A full color sequel of Dr. Slump.
A two chapter special manga to follow the new Digimon game - Digimon World Re:Digitize. Follow Taiga, Nikolai, Mirei and Yuuya.
The story will relate the adventures of Avan 15 years before the events of Dragon Quest: Dai no Daibouken.
Since he was a child, Ryuuichi Naruhodou's dream was to become a defense attorney, protecting the innocent when no one else would. However, when the rookie lawyer finally takes on his first case under the guidance of his mentor Chihiro Ayasato, he realizes that the courtroom is a battlefield. In these fast paced trials, Ryuuichi is forced to think outside the box to uncover the truth of the crimes that have taken place in order to prove the innocence of his clients. Gyakuten Saiban: Sono "Shinjitsu", Igi Ari! follows Ryuuichi as he tackles cases to absolve the falsely accused of the charges they face. It will not be easy—standing in his path is the ruthless Reiji Mitsurugi, a prosecutor who will stop at nothing to hand out guilty verdicts. With his back against the wall, the defense attorney must carefully examine both evidence and witness testimony, sifting through lies to solve the mystery behind each case. With a shout of "objection!," the battle in the courtroom begins! [Written by MAL Rewrite]
An anthology series that delves into the backstory of cards in the Yu-Gi-Oh! card game. The first story focuses on Raye and the Sky Striker archetype.
Everyone in the world uses smartphone apps. But inside them lurks unknown creatures called "Appli Monsters," or "Appmon." The Appmon are AI lifeforms with the ability to think and act, and exist in the boundary between the human world and digital space to allow people and the system to interface and function. But in the vast sea of the internet, the "last boss AI" Leviathan takes control of the Appmon with a virus and begins hacking every system, thus starting to control the human world from the world of the net. The protagonist, Haru Shinkai, is led to acquiring the Appli Drive and uses it to materialize Gacchimon, a search app monster. What is the secret hidden within the Appli Drive? What is the mysterious field that exists between net world where the Appmon exist, and the real world? What is the "App Combine" that can combine two Appmons? What is Leviathan's true goal? (Source: ANN)
A manga adaptation of the game Digimon World Re:Digitize Decode.
The Eastern Kingdom of Mikado is a relatively tranquil kingdom, where the affluent Luxurors and poor Casualries exist within a caste system. Maintaining peace and defending its citizens from the demon threat is the samurai class, composed of individuals from both Luxuror and Casualry backgrounds. One such samurai is a young Luxuror-born boy named Jonathan. From a young age, Jonathan has always dreamed of joining the order in hopes of being able to protect and serve his empire. Training beside him every day is Asuma, a young Casualry orphan. Driven by the death of his parents at the hands of demons, Asuma strives to become a samurai and eradicate them from their world. After a demonic incident occurs during one of their sparring sessions, Jonathan and Asuma are separated from each other until the day of the samurai prentice exam, 10 years later. The time apart has created a rift between the two former friends and causes them to no longer see eye-to-eye. Shortly after the exam, the two boys are appalled to learn that samurai must utilize demons in order to effectively defend the people of the kingdom. While Asuma vehemently refuses to make any deal with the enemy, Jonathan's devotion to his beliefs wavers as he forms an unlikely partnership with a demon named Al. As the threat of illegal "literature" grows amongst the Casualry class and turning those who read it into demons, whose conviction will ultimately prevail? [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Takumi Aiba, a new Cyber Sleuth, takes on an account raiding case as part of his assistant job at Kuremi Detective Agency, and sets out to the man-made cyberspace known as "EDEN" to recover the accounts of the victims with the help of his Digimon.
The land is split between four different countries; A land of kindness, Piadin; a society that lives in harmony with nature, Fastogal; A land of the free-spirited, Caoren; a land of evil, Valden. Each land lives in balance with one an other, but how will things will change once Valden gains the powers of the Colossi, the gigantic warriors of old? (Source: Population GO)
Binta Yugawara is a "Bodz" or Bomber Kid, in the city of Atamu, who dreams of defeating his hero, Smash Kintaro. While in the city, he battles using a pog like game system, against several other Bodz, including Banji Chihara, BJ, and a man by the code name, "X." Hiroyuki Takei (of Shaman King fame), is the supervisor for this series. All artwork is officially drawn by Kato Gaito, who later helped assist Takei with "Jyuki Ningen Jumbor." The series was canceled after 3 chapters and never met the intended 197 pages announced in the first chapter. Neither Shueisha nor Takei have ever officially mentioned this series since it was canceled.
Kinnikuman II-sei: All Choujin Daishingeki is an alternate retelling of Kinnikuman II-sei series.
Keisuke Amazawa goes to the DigiMarket, where he remembers how he got his partners, Betamon, Tentomon, and Gotsumon. Not happy, he challenges the owners of the market and has to fight against their Triceramon, Tyrannomon, and Monochromon. (Source: Digimon Wiki)
A crossover between Taichi and Zeromaru the Veedramon from the Digimon Adventure V-Tamer 01 manga and the Taichi and Agumon from the Digimon Adventure: 2020 anime.
Kurenai Enji enters Bandai Junior High in order to find and take revenge on Shiramine Reiji, who defeated him two years ago in a trading card game.
A spin-off manga of Yu☆Gi☆Oh! Sevens focusing on Luke.
The story takes place between episode 22 and episode 23 of Blue Dragon: Tenkai no Shichi Ryuu. Shu, Bouquet, Marumaro and Noi travel to the floating city of Flugel, to gather more clues regarding the Investiture Beings. There they meet the city's guardian Jiranda and the priest Eba where they find it inhabited by robots only. (Source: Blue Dragon Wiki, edited)