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The story follows Jeremy, who is sexually abused by his stepfather. Mentally disturbed by this, Jeremy goes down a path of murder; however, he accidentally finds himself the murderer not only of his stepfather, but also his own mother. Soon his stepbrother Ian begins to suspect him as well as discover the twisted truth about his own father.

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May 26, 1992
4,441 8.29
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?? ??, 1972
3,315 7.55
A high school senior without self-esteem thinks she's an iguana. Her mother claims that whenever she sees Rika, she sees an iguana instead of a real human. Because of this, Rika has never received or was shown any love by her mother. Rika's younger sister Mami has been getting all of the love and attention by the mother. (Source: MU)

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Nov ??, 1991
797 7.83
In the year 2999, only eleven cities still survive on Earth. The climate has changed drastically, and a biochemical apocalypse has made women extinct. For centuries, the male population of Earth has survived by depending on only one woman, called the Holy Mother, whose ova are harvested to create genetically engineered children. By now, any concept of a world in which women exist as ordinary people is long gone. Society has re-structured itself around all-male families, and gay relationships have become the norm. At the beginning of Marginal, the Holy Mother is assassinated by a terrorist known as Grinja. The government in power doesn't want to start a mass panic, so it pretends that the Holy Mother has only shed her vessel, and that she will be miraculously "reborn" in the near future. The public, which is superstitious and devout, believes this easily. Only government officials know that behind the scenes, there is a frantic effort to create a new being with an XXY chromosome -- a male capable of giving birth. (This is a BL misrepresentation of an actual phenomenon known as Klinefelter's Syndrome.) The manga's story revolves around one such boy -- Kira, the product of a genetic experiment, who becomes involved in a three-way relationship with Grinja, the aforementioned terrorist, and Ashijin, a young man who calls himself Kira's owner. A complex plot and flawless world-building make the story irresistible, and Kira's search for freedom is as symbolic as it is gripping. (Source: The Pink Panzer)

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Aug ??, 1985
739 7.21
Toshi is your regular senior high student, except in the evenings when he's a bartender at a joint frequented by American servicemen, where he deals drugs, pimps, and even cross-dresses a little on the side. And his best friend Miyuki just happens to be the son of a loan shark with gay tendencies. If this sounds like the hard-boiled world of Yoshida's later and most well-known work Banana Fish, it's balanced by Toshi's madcap adventures at his all-male school (where his mates jerk off to everything in sight, and scenes from shoujo manga are performed in all their histrionic glory), as well as the unexpected delicacy of his relationships with the women in his life. This episodic drama is bursting with all the frustration, the tenderness, the audacity, the horniness and the hilarity that comes with being young and male. All the tough, silly, dirty, and sweet things boys get up to in the locker room and out of it never brought a bigger smile to your face. (Source: HotCakes)

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Nov 26, 1982
354 6.85
1982. Tomoi Hisatsugu went to New York to work as a doctor. But that's not all. He hopes to lead an easier life as a young homosexual than in Japan. Indeed, he meets another doctor, Richard Stein, and they become lovers. Nemureru Mori no Binan tells of their relationship in an extremely realistic way. It portrays the life of homosexuals in the early 80s very exact and conveys the mood of the secrecy gays and lesbians had to live in well. It is also a very down to earth story with characters that could meet in the street every day and doesn't use the elements so common in today's Shounen'ai-Manga. One of Akisato's very best works and highly recommended. (Source: PRISMS)

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Aug ??, 1986
297 6.68
Tomoi is a youthful doctor who dislikes women. He has a twisted personality replete with arrogance, egotism and a venomous tongue. After his fateful encounter in NYC, Tomoi returns home to Japan. (Source: PRISMS)

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?? ??, 1987
280 6.66
1. Houmonsha (Visitor) 2. Shiro (Castle) 3. Egg Stand 4. Tenshi no Gitai (Angel Mimic)

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?? ??, 1980
222 7.24
There would soon be a Full Moon Festival in the mountains. Once a year the foxes would hold this festival. Ojiro-kun tries to express his feelings for Ginko-chan. But for some reason he’s just not confident in himself…

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Jul 10, 1995
189 7.27
A collection of four stories. 1. Love Song 2. Jewels of the Seaside 3. The Signal Goes Blink Blink 4. The Skin of Her Heart

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Oct 20, 1993
151 7.16
1. Kaizoku to Himegimi 2. Blue Bird 3. Rothbart 4. Juliet no Koibito

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Jul 26, 1989
132 N/A
Portraying a turbulent few months in the life of a teenaged boy determined to kill his drug-dealer father. (Source: M-U)

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?? ??, 1980
110 N/A
A “psychological sci-fi mystery,” which features an alien appearing in unexpected places in contemporary Japan. While Hagio is characteristically careful in her use of science, these tales, like most of Hagio’s are ultimately more about psychological issues, and individuals overcoming trauma, fear, and insecurity in the process of forming bonds with each other. (source: matt-thorn)

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Apr 1, 1993
98 N/A
The relationship between a samurai and his subordinate.

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Sep 26, 1998
90 N/A
Mario was born in Rome, but he remembers nothing about it. He grew up in Belgium with his foster parents and he always performed the leading role at the ballet school. Mario joins a modern ballet company in Paris together with Didi, Raffaella and Sylvia. He falls in love with Raffaella, but the secret of his true father's murder haunts his happiness... (Source: M-U)

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Jan ??, 1990
87 N/A
An aspiring ballerina falls in love with a boy. (Source: M-U)

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Jul ??, 1988
81 N/A
A university student befriends a young boy who is her distant relative. She's initially taken in by his beautiful appearance, but slowly starts to realize that strange things are happening around her... (Source: BrickMe)

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Jul ??, 1985
81 6.45
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Dec 26, 1987
61 N/A
1. Changeling 2. Nepenthes 3. Chiri no Tenshi 4. Ophelia-sagashi 5. Timer

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Apr 25, 1986
48 N/A
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May 26, 1990
45 N/A
This volume contains 2 one-shots by Akaishi Michiyo-sensei. Keitai ga Ochiteita: On her way back from a date with her boyfriend, Momoka finds a cell phone on the ground. She receives a text message on it that makes it seem like its owner is nearby watching her. Scared, Momoka brings the cell phone to a nearby police station where her ex-boyfriend works. What is behind this mysterious cell phone? Seven Piece: Shinohara Kurumi was blind for four years until she received a retinal transplant and could see once again. Kaidou Shuuichi, her cousin, took care of her during that time and has considered her his fiancee ever since. This all threatens to change, however, when one day, a mysterious boy approaches Kurumi and asks her if she is happy.

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?? ??, 2006
37 N/A
This volume contains two short stories, each two chapters long, by Sato Shio. Shinzou no Nai Kyojin: On the giant space ship Exculsus, King Kravitz and his queen, Clara, maintain rule over a very large population of permanent ship residents. Among Kravitz's responsibilities is to produce offspring with the ship's women, but his failure to produce a child with the queen has led to tension and disquiet on board. The queen's purchase of a strange telepathic blue-eyed monkey temporarily lightens the mood, but is her care of such a foreign animal truly safe to her and her people? Babylon Made Nan Mile?: The Star Festival, held only once every 7 years, is famous for attracting VIPs from all over the galaxy who want to see the strange and exciting attractions gathered in the city of Takitsusu. The police are put on high security alert, but the beautiful mayor's wife is found murdered anyway. Who is behind her death and why?

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?? ??, 1999
34 N/A
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?? ??, 2003
30 N/A
On behalf of his company, Arnold bought an old building for himself and his employees to work in. The building is cheap because of a rumour that the place is haunted, but Arnold isn't really afraid of things like that. It turns out that he knows the cause of the rumour very well; the spirit that haunts the building is his grandfather's, lingering in the world to check on him. When he was younger he used to meet his grandfather's spriit, and before he moved to New York he had promised him that one day he would be back to take ownership of the building. Despite this, Arnold insists to himself that he didn't buy the building for sentimental reasons, or to keep that promise. He just bought it because of its price and convenient location. Arnold is a grown man now, and the only thing he cares for are sales and profits. He acts coldly towards everyone, including his own secretary Millet Adams. What role will Arnold's grandfather's spirit play in the lives of these two people? Aside from the main story, there are four oneshots also included in the book: - 予期せぬ出来事 (An unforeseen incident) - 南の果てのロマンス (Southpole Romance) - 夢の庭の未亡人 (The widow of the Garden of the dream) - Introduction

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?? ??, 1992
30 N/A
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Jul 26, 1997
29 N/A
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?? ??, 1993
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A young man claiming to be an Edachi from the city of Kazuragi has arrived by request of the officials of Himorogi. The Edachi's job description? An oni-tsukai (demon user). His job this time? To get to the bottom and "take care of" a mysterious murder that occurred in the city's sanctuary, where a demon is the main suspect...

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?? ??, 1995
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Susumu Yamada is Japanese, but had never lived in Japan due to his father being transferred overseas. With his father stayed for a long time in his Los Angeles branch, the family stayed in America, but Sukumu failed his promotion test and has to repeat. Frustrated, he goes on a gap-year to Japan. He embarks for the fashionable Western-style apartment "Rosemary Hotel." Once in Japan, with no money, he stumbles upon a shabby apartment by the name "Rosemary Hotel." (Source: Wikipedia) Included one-shots: Volume 4: Yamada-ke no Haha, Jiman no Koibito

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Jul 26, 1994
17 N/A
Hiyama, a very close friend of Shuuya died. Shuuya is devastated. Not only because his friend died, also because his father doesn't recognize him as what he is after all. He is a really good jockey but nobody except his sister seems to care. When Shuuya is in France he meets the world-class jockey Jean-Paul and there is a certain attraction between the two men from the start. Gradually a love-relationship starts, but one of the more complicated kind. (Source: PRISMS)

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?? ??, 1993
14 N/A
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Sep 26, 1989
14 N/A