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Naota is a normal Japanese 6th grade boy but when his older brother leaves for America to play baseball, his brother leaves his 17-year-old girlfriend Mamimi behind. Mamimi is sending mixed signals and advances to Naota, and he doesn't know what to do about her. But to make matters worse, Naota's world is totally turned upside down when he is run over by a woman on a Vespa. During their first encounter, she hits him over the head with her guitar, which then causes a horn to grow out of his forehead. She calls herself "Haruko" and her presence changes Naota's life to even further insanity. (Source: ANN)

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Dec 25, 1999
17,125 7.42
Humans thought the wolves died off two centuries ago in this bleak post-apocalyptic wasteland. But some survivors lurk among the humans by mentally cloaking their animal bodies. One white wolf, Kiba, scours the land for the scent of the Lunar Flower that will lead them all to Paradise...but will it lead them to a deadly false legend? (Source: VIZ Media)

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Feb 26, 2003
10,426 7.24
Horror manga author Mr. J moves into his new house with his fiancée A-ko. Much to his chagrin, she brings two guests with her. (Source: MU)

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Nov 26, 2007
8,770 7.50
Zerodaimu Kyupura Pa Azalraku Vairu Rua Darogu (a.k.a. Zero) once stopped the evil demon lord with his incredible psychic ability, and in the process saved the world from destruction and earned the honorable and highly imaginative title "The Man Who Stopped the Evil Lord." Now, he has accepted a position as a teacher at Psychic Academy, a school for gifted psychokinetic youngsters who have demonstrated incredible raw powers and want to learn how to hone their abilities. Among the student body is young Ai Shiomi, Zero's little brother, a somewhat meek boy who, despite parental prodding and his fraternal reputation, feels that his limited skills hardly justify his presence at the prestigious academy. However, everyone else is convinced that he, like his celebrated brother, is destined for greatness. A lot of pressure for a boy just entering adolescence! (Source: Tokyopop)

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Jun 26, 1998
4,017 7.11
Eiri Kurahashi is an art school student, with a job at a local antique store. It's there that he develops a strange obsession. He finds himself entranced by a portrait of a Victorian-era girl named Cossette. It's a portrait with a strange history--everyone who has owned it has been murdered in a bizarre fashion. But the story runs much deeper than that. Cossette was savagely murdered by her lover, who also happens to be the artist who painted the portrait. When the new owner of the portrait nearly kills himself, Eiri decides to get involved. And that's when Cossette begins speaking to him... (Source: Tokyopop)

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?? ??, 2004
3,683 7.17
Everyone knows that Yugi Nonoka is crazy. Her classmates have ostracized her and her teachers have given up on her. Yet, while Yugi may seem messed to the world, she has a disturbing knack for knowing the messed up crap that other people are hiding. And she has the power to do something about it... (Source: Storm in Heaven)

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Nov 21, 2008
3,532 7.07
Fear runs rampant throughout Tokyo with the revelation that demons in fact exist amongst us. Paranoia and the darker side of humanity boils onto the streets as people turn on one another, suspecting that anyone could in fact be a demon hiding in human clothing. Amidst the growing tensions, tragedy strikes Akira causing his mind to snap, retreating into his subconscious, allowing his Devilish alter-ego Amon to break free from Akira's cage of flesh and wreak havoc on both human and demons alike. Amon: Devilman Mokushiroku is a re-imagining of the last chapters of the original Devilman manga.

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?? ??, 1999
3,006 7.03
The story is about Samus Aran's early life as a bounty hunter.

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Nov 26, 2002
2,552 7.05
Take a fantastical, far-out journey in the out-of-this-world adventures of Jing and his feisty, feathered friend Kir. Twilight Tales is an awesome new series with a fresh, original look for our heroes! When Jing sets his sights on a valuable jewel in the coffin of a notorious mafia boss, is he really playing with fire? Will Jing get away with it all, or does la cosa nostra's reach extend beyond the grave? (Source: Tokyopop) This series is currently on indefinite hiatus.

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?? ??, 1999
2,156 7.72
Due to an accident at her father's scientific research institute, Kay, an ordinary teenager, is forced to become the owner of "Machina," a strange shaped sword with the power to capture human souls. Kay now fights against freakish fiends in a world of "Images," a horrible place formed by each character's imagination. In this world of "Images," values are confused: enemies become friends, good becomes evil, and vice-versa. Kay must continue her battle in a place called "5 Minutes into the Future." Based off of the Maken X video game for the Dreamcast. (Source: ANN)

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Jan 21, 2000
1,871 6.30
Set in the near future where Mother Nature has decided to fight back against all of the human encroachment. It has your standard apocalyptic scenario, but we're right in the middle of the apocalypse actually happening, rather than the aftermath. Vines and foliage entangle cities, as large wooden mech-like creatures called Arethusa (named after one of the mythical Greek Hesperides that tended the gardens in a remote corner of the world) rampage through cities. Our main character is Souma Shin, a punk kid out of Japan. We start off with him coming to visit his twin (?) brother Ken. All hell breaks loose as Shin finds a group of small kids being used for military purposes, and tries to save them in the confusion created by an Arethusa invading the compound. (Source: MangaHelpers)

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Sep 26, 2003
1,792 7.00
A mysterious cult is sacrificing beautiful young women to a demonic force that has promised them the kingdom of France in return for the blood of their victims. Only one man can save Paris from chaos and terror: the Chevalier d’Eon! (Source: Del Rey)

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Jan 26, 2005
1,775 7.25
During the beginning of the Meiji Era, a strategic town in the North, Hakodate, has become the nesting ground of mysterious monsters known as "youjin." It seems the world's Great Powers are pulling the strings of the youjin. Hyou, a 15-year-old girl has been fighting the youjin alone up until now under the guise of the master samurai "Miburo"... One evening, as Hyou was fighting for her life, she was saved by a noble, beautiful fighter, Himegami. Their meeting would affect each of their destiny. And now, the hidden truth behind history is going to start! (Source: MU)

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Aug 25, 2007
1,766 7.09
In the near-future on planet Earth, a world gone mad where never-ending war is a fact of life, Kirio is the coolest kid at school. Up in the sky, a giant robot is fighting a fleet of gunships, but the brilliant and distant Kirio is far from fazed—until the battling 'bot makes an unexpected landing in Kirio's front yard and rings the bell. But the worst threat for Kirio could be what stands on the other side of the door: an alien invader robot with the face of an adorable girl! (Source: Del Rey)

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?? ??, 2003
1,640 6.57
Sasshi's world is in disarray. His best gal pal, Arumi, is about to move away, and his Osaka neighborhood is being demolished in the name of urban renewal. However, this little neighborhood has some surprises under its concrete—it's actually a portal to parallel universes. And when this section of the city is leveled, the portal is cracked wide open. Sasshi and Arumi soon find themselves being hurtled from one strange world to the next! Making matters even more surreal, is the fact that these worlds seem to spoof and mock popular movies, video games, manga and anime! (Source: TokyoPop)

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Jul 26, 2001
1,608 6.66
Yoshikawa Haruo is just your average middle school boy who doesn't have many goals, other than to live a long life. He is the eldest of his family, and lives with his 3 younger sisters in a home with no parents. He is completely unaware of his sisters' magical powers, and supposedly has some of his own, but they have not been discovered yet. One day, a mysterious, yet beautiful, girl appears before him. This is Mamiya Ayumi, who also has magical powers. Her goal is to "make Haruo into a man" so that she can break the curse that was put on her as a young child. To do so, she is forced to work as a maid in their house. She's adored by all the boys in school, but hated by Kurusou Yuri, the serious, driven, and orderly class president who has had a crush on Haruho since they were young...

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Feb 26, 2003
1,532 6.97
Year 71, Cosmic Era. After the terrible battle of Yakin Due, an uneasy peace rests between the Earth Alliance and the Zaft Empire. But even as Cagalli and Athrun visit Chairman Durandal to cement the tentative cease-fire, Zaft terrorists plot with Neo Roanoke to drag both sides into all-out war. The plan: storm Zaft territory and steal several Gundam Mobile Suits. But that's only the beginning. They're also scheming to engineer a catastrophic event, one designed to drive the Earth down a bloody path. Now the crew of the Minerva must prevent disaster, as everything and everyone-including the love between Athrun and Cagalli-is thrown in mortal danger. (Source: Del Rey)

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Oct 26, 2002
1,525 6.76
A lonely and bleak-spirited police officer named Taki Kazuya works in America, though the fires that once drove him seem to have burnt out. A supernatural attack on children—his friends—revives the fire that once burned brightly within! Together with the help of Kamen Rider 1, Hongo Takeshi, he drives off the threat. However, he learns that there is a greater threat looming on the horizon and sets out to find Kamen Rider 2, Ichimonji Hayato. (Source: MU)

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Nov 25, 2000
1,324 8.08
Humans with strange new powers have begun to appear. They are called Knockers. The Knockers are not without rival, they are being hunted by the mysterious being named Void! Not adhering to any notions of good or evil, Void pursues the Knockers while being himself in the cross-hairs of government agencies BOOTS and the Public Safety Commission Section 5, along with mysterious pursuers like Shamonji the beautiful swordsman and the undead soldier Pale Horse, who arisen from the dead. Just what is Void's goal, and for what purpose does he stretch his raven wings? (Source: OMFGG)

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?? ??, 2010
1,087 6.33
The official comic adaptation of Bandai's Cartoon Network hit, a stylish "manga meets film noir" story which goes BEYOND the plot of the TV series! Paradigm City is the city of amnesia—40 years ago, SOMETHING happened that wiped out the memories of the residents, forcing them to recreate their culture from scattered fragments. In this world only 40 years old, Roger Smith is a negotiator—a go-between for police, citizens and criminals in high-risk diplomatic situations. But something else survives from the forgotten past. They are the MegaDeuses—giant robots created by the city's former inhabitants, or perhaps by the forgetful citizens themselves. When crime and madness strike, Roger Smith brings the guilty to justice with the giant robot called THE BIG O. (Source: Viz)

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Jul ??, 1999
1,041 7.19
Tsurebito is about the people who escort you from purgatory into the world of the dead. After you die you must go through your personal gate into the world of the dead, and companions are the ones who lead you there. (Source: MU)

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Dec 26, 2006
905 7.37
Cyan is a teenage cat (in cat years!), and when his beloved young master falls ill, the parents abandon Cyan in the basement of a luxurious apartment building. Now Cyan finds himself smack-dab in the middle of the biggest feline territorial battle in Japan. While waiting for his owner to return and reclaim him, Cyan has to brave the attacks of vampy Siam and the beautiful killer Kline. He also must try to fit in with the group of oddball strays who reside in the basement, a cat gang named the Free Collars! (Source: Del Rey)

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?? ??, 2002
903 6.89
It is said that 70% of human brain capacity is unused. If human posses incredible power, it is strongly believed to be lying dormant within this region. This unused 70% brain capacity is known as "Night Head." The Kirihara brothers were abandoned by their parents because of their psychic powers. Since then they have lived in a laboratory within a barrier-protected forest. One day the barrier brakes and they manage to escape from the laboratory. (Source: MU)

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Jul 26, 2006
824 7.15
A side-story to Go Nagai's manga "Devilman" and "Amon: The Dark Side of Devilman". The tale of some teenagers in a rock band who become devilmen and get involved in the war with the demons.

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?? ??, 2005
806 6.37
C.E. 71: After the terrible battle of Yakin Due, an uneasy peace rests between the Earth Alliance and the Zaft Empire. But even as Cagalli and Athrun visit Chairman Durandal to cement the tentative cease-fire, Zaft terrorists plot with Neo Roanoke to drag both sides into all-out war. The plan: storm Zaft territory and steal several Gundam Mobile Suits. But that’s only the beginning. They’re also scheming to engineer a catastrophic event, one designed to drive the Earth down a bloody path. Now the crew of the Minerva must prevent disaster, as everything and everyone–including the love between Athrun and Cagalli–is thrown in mortal danger. (Source: Del Rey)

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Nov 26, 2004
793 7.08
Aptly described as "Da Vinci Code meets Jurassic Park," this story follows our go-getter protagonist, Lily, as she deals with spies, intrigue, action and conspiracy in a film noir-esque setting dotted with references to art, literature, film, history, science and many another geeky topic. (Source: MU)

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Aug 27, 2006
776 7.32
While doing a news story in Gotham City, a documentary team from Tokyo films Batman as he rescues a group of hostages from the villianous Two-Face. The only problem is that Two-Face is still locked up in Arkham Asylum, and the man they captured is dead. Soon, other copies of Batman's famous rogues' gallery begin appearing all over Gotham, and the trail leads to a drug coming from Tokyo. (Source: Wikipedia)

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Nov ??, 2000
754 7.13
Story of a boy, a virus which unlocks the primal beast, and desired forgotten memories. (Source: Izumo no Ryuu)

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Mar 26, 2004
702 6.99
From before the dawn of time people ("Crimsons") have been controlled by a deadly foe ("Clients") who think themselves gods. Now, at the turn of the twentieth century, the Crimsons still live in fear of the Clients. Powerful individuals protect themselves by making sacrificial offerings of live human beings. Dark Hunter, Shion, is half-Crimson, half-Client - in other words a vampire. With his loyal sidekick, Rain, he wages an endless war against the Clients. When Shion meets Helen--a young girl whose family were butchered by the Clients--he makes a blood oath and takes Helen as one of his followers.

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?? ??, 2000
635 6.55
Separated at birth, three Shaolin Princesses trained in the arts of supernatural and physical combat must work together to defeat evil. (Source: Tokyopop)

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Jun 26, 1999
613 6.53
Najaran is a young woman who just happens to be an apprentice Cepter. Cepters have the power to summon creatures from magical cards. Once, these cards were collected in a book called the "Culdcept." During an ancient battle, the book was destroyed—its cards scattered far and wide. Najaran's master gives her a dangerous mission—she must obtain information about the Black Cepters and their nefarious plans. If the Black Cepters rebuild the Culdcept, the arcane book of ages past will grant them unspeakable God-like powers! (Source: Tokyopop)

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Jul 26, 1999
572 7.10
Set in the year between the events of the first two games, the story revolves around two new characters exclusive to the manga: Tyr and Mizuha, and the mystery of severed Gear parts falling from the sky. Members of the Post War Administration Bureau (P.W.A.B. for short) - the secretive organization responsible for many events in the games - serve as the antagonists of the story. Characters from the games, such as Sol, Ky, Axl, Potemkin and Kliff, also appear, albeit with relatively minor roles.

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Sep 22, 2003
560 6.69
Ma*** is a seemlingly ordinary girl who one day meets a tiny maid-creature named Cheko-chan. However, she is not what most anime/manga fans think of as a maid, but instead a strange creature with lots of mysterious and funny behaviors. Soon more friends of Cheko arrive for more and more weird side characters.

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Apr 26, 2001
548 7.39
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In the year 2068, the Brain Computer, created by humans to be the core of a machine-driven Earth, itself creates Leave, an android that far surpasses the abilities of humans. With mankind now an unnecessary aspect of the Earth ecosystem, Leave, along with her 'father' Fenrir (the human scientist who raised her), destroys humanity and in its stead creates the four 'Mothers' who in turn create an android race modeled on Leave known as the Selenoid. They divide the world into four parts, each ruled by a Mother, and then further sub-divide the android population into hierarchical levels with the strong at the top and the weak at the bottom. A virtually perfect society... And it would have remained perfect if some of the surviving humans hadn't formed a revolutionary group together with some of the lower caste Selenoid with the explicit purpose of overthrowing Leave and delivering the Earth back into the hands of the humans. (Source: Tokyopop)

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Jun 26, 1999
539 5.69
An ancient seal has been broken, sending a flood of demons into the mortal realm. Hizuru Oborozuki and Takuya Hijou, descendants of the great savior who banished the demons in the past, must fight the evil spirits using their mystical powers. In order to give the world a fighting chance, Takuya uses his music to transform Hizuru into a beautiful warrior. Some things are worth fighting for, but is the Earth one of them? (Source: Tokyopop)

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May ??, 2001
534 6.09
This series is drawn by Auto Taguchi and published by Kodansha. In addition to this, according to Baka-Updates it is serialised in Magazine Z. It shares its name with another Gundam 00 manga drawn by Kouzoh Ohmari and published by Kadokawa. The two series essentially follow the plot of the anime, however they vary both in artistic style and in the sequence of events that take place. The first volume was published on 17th January 2008, and at present the series has reached four volumes. (Vol 2 - 2008/05/23; Vol 3 - 2008/08/22; Vol 4 - 2008/10/23)

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Jan 17, 2008
475 7.62
The events take place during the Great Exhibition of technological breakthroughs in Victorian England, in mid-nineteenth century. Ray is a boy, the son and grandson of two great inventors, and since he was a little boy he dedicated himself to create amazing machines driven by steam power. One day his grandfather Lloyd returns from the United States, where he is working with his son to a secret project called for the multinational Ohara Foundation, and handing the boy a metal ball that can produce an immense energy. This marks the beginning of the adventures of the boy, who from that moment it will be hunted by the henchmen of the U.S. company and its competitors, eager to retrieve the precious item needed for their major project: the imposing Tower Steam, the ultimate war machine. A clash of generations between father, son and nephew, their world views and values of life, a brilliant critique of modern society and war.

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Jun 25, 2005
433 7.19
Daisuke Aurora works with the special division of peacekeepers in the city of Jewde, one of the largest cities on the planet. He and his android partner, Heat Guy J, team up to make sure that anything illegal stays off the streets and out of circulation. However, their presence doesn't sit too well with the local mob leader—a ruthless, unbalanced, well-armed son of the late Don, who is out to prove that he is not too young to take over the family business. In the city that never sleeps, will Daisuke and Heat Guy J end up sleeping with the fishes? (Source: TokyoPop)

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Aug 26, 2002
421 6.47
After an advanced race, the Golden Tribe, left to explore other reaches of space, the human race became threatened with extinction. Since the Golden Tribe left, the Silver Tribe has long since been the most dominant race, calling themselves the Golden Tribe's successors. The young princess of the Iron Tribe, Deianeira, searches for the one mentioned in her family's history; the messianic individual that holds the power to save her people. This person she looks for is the only human to have been raised by the Golden Tribe before they departed from the universe. After her ship and crew reaches the ruined planet, Oron, which holds the one she is looking for, they are attacked by the Bronze Tribe. However, right before the attack, they come in contact with a young boy named "Age," who may hold the secrets to their salvation. (Source: MU)

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Mar 26, 2007
416 7.57
When Julin Misumi has a recurring dream about an age ruled by martial arts, strange things start happening. She is attacked by a mysterious bird woman, saved by a masked man and given a bell by a little bird. Now she must team up with an enigmatic man named Hitoshi Ninno, who has given her the title of Toku-Lin - and the mission of saving the world. (Source: Tokyopop)

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?? ??, 2001
383 6.84
This series is a complete remake of the original Maou Dante, with new designs an a story slightly inspired by the 2002 anime. This time, the story spans longer, the character design is different, and all unanswered questions left when the original series was interrupted, are responded. This time, Maou Dante has a proper ending. (Source: MU)

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Jan 26, 2002
336 6.68
Mazinger Angels chronicles the adventures of four women who pilot giant robots in the Mazinger vein. The concept is a spoof on the late 70's and early 80's popular TV series Charlie's Angels. Three of the robots, Aphrodite A, Diana A and Minerva X are from the original Mazinger Z series, while Venus A is from the Great Mazinger series. Their pilots are also traditional characters from Go Nagai's universe, Sayaka Yumi and Jun Hono from Mazinger Z and Great Mazinger respectively, and Hikaru Makiba and Maria Fleed from Grendizer. The style of the manga highlights the sex appeal of both the characters and the mechas, sometimes similarly to the way Aika's female characters are shown. (Source: Wikipedia)

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May 26, 2004
325 6.73
Several hundred years have passed since the fierce battles using Mobile Suits throughout the universe. After many wars, earthlings forgot how to make developments in their own civilization. Some humans moved to the moon. For a very, very long time, they dreamed about returning to earth. When Planet Earth regained its standard of living to that of the days of the Industrial Revolution, Diana Soler, the Queen of the Moon entered into negotiations with the head of Planet Earth so that the Moon Race could return. She also secretly dispatched a reconnaissance troop to check the environmental and living conditions on Planet Earth. Rolland Seac came to Earth as part of the troop. Almost drowned in a river, he was saved by two beautiful sisters, Kiel and Sosie. After the accident, he started working for a mine, owned by the father of these sisters. He soon gets used to living on Planet Earth. Two years pass and the Moon Race who are becoming impatient with the slow negotiations takes action and forcefully tries to return to Earth. Flames engulf the streets. The "Turned 'A' Gundam" appears from the White Doll Ruins and Rolland finds himself riding it. He becomes the savior of Planet Earth. Rolland's struggle to avoid war between the Moon and Planet Earth begins.

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Jun 26, 1999
309 7.21
Ayakashi is a parasite life force that gives superpowers to its host, taking in return the host's entire life force. Yu Kusaka is a student that lost his will to live after the death of a dear childhood friend, until the day a mysterious girl, named Eim Yoake, appears. From that moment on, his life would never be the same again. Hunted by Ayakashi and their hosts, the power within Yu awakens and a never ending battle begins. (Source: Wikipedia)

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Dec 26, 2007
268 7.18
This manga based on the second season of Gundam 00 is illustrated by Auto Taguchi and follows on from his manga based on the first season.

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Feb 23, 2009
244 7.38
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Jun 26, 2007
243 6.82
In the year 2041, Tokyo is the bounty hunter's world - crime is rampant and criminals plentiful. Milla Koroleva, with her killer looks and even more fatal shots, is out to make it big. Enter Kai Toya, child prodigy with supernatural skills, he's even willing to cook and clean - just about everyone's dream partner. That is, everyone except Milla. What ever could be holding her back? Follow this mismatched duo as they take on the most dangerous criminals that terrorise the city and unravel the mystery of Milla's past! (Source: mangaupdates)

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?? ??, ????
232 6.88
The grown up adventures of Enma-kun.

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Mar 25, 2006
223 N/A
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Dec 26, 2007
212 6.46
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Flower Thieves takes place thousands of years after a war between humans and demons destroyed much of the life on the planet, turning the world into a scorched wasteland. Set in a dystopian future, the manga features a large group of humans on their last leg, living in the overcrowded city of Upper Hose where flowers and other flora are rare and valuable. When a plant-eating monster known as a "Flower-Thief" attacks a mysterious girl named Jechika, a young boy, Maxi, must use a forbidden ARM weapon to save her, and is subsequently expelled from the city for using illegal technology. Traveling into the wilderness with Jechika and a florist named Gi, Maxi sets off on a quest to restore the balance of nature throughout the world and make the earth habitable again. (Source: Wild Arms Wiki)

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Dec ??, 1999
208 6.75
July 2005. There is a series of mysterious homicides happening in the blazing city, Tokyo. All the victims were women and the cause of their death was traumatic shocks. Judging from abnormality of these incidents, there are reasons to believe that they have something to do with the occult. In order to make clear the direction they should take, the metropolitan police department decided to carry out their investigations by engaging the help of those influential figures of the occult world. July 21—the metropolitan police department officially labeled this incident as the No.568 Specific Crime... (Source: Clockwork Lies)

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Oct 25, 2003
190 6.77
A manga adaptation of Petit Ferret's visual novel. Chris is a high school dropout who dislikes the direction of society and refuses to get a job. He wanders the streets making a living as a guitar-playing busker. He feels he cannot play well without an audience, which is hard to find as a drifter. The game starts as Chris discovers a mansion; he meets three sisters and their maid inside. Chris stays with them because they offer him cheap rent; he soon learns that he'll have to change his wandering ways to be accepted. (Source: Wikipedia)

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?? ??, 2003
175 N/A
Set in a future Japan, 500 years after an endless war called "Eternity" was called to a conclusion by a miracle, people live in "the time after eternity". Christianity has spread and the Vatican now control everyday life; people are divided into the "deeply devout" and the "not so devout". Ogito is known for being "godless" and is taken as an intern in the "department of saints" in the "miracle inspections" section, partly due to his reading many forbidden books. He is immediately taken off on an inspection where a preist - the head of his three person team - is killed, and Ogito is left only with the wierd Izumi - a man who gave up his life to God to let his heart reside in a puppet. (Source: MU)

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Jun 23, 2007
170 6.72
Real Drive is a "neo-futuristic science-fiction suspense" story set in A.D. 2061, when a new, more secure information network called the Material Network (or "Metal") has taken over human society. However, aberrations begin to crop up as individuals chafe against the rigid system, and so-called "cyber divers" are dispatched to investigate these incidents. The main characters are the cyber driver Mari, an "intuitive girl" named Minamo, the team's head Eiichirou, the combat expert Souta, and the android Horon. (Source: MU)

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Apr 26, 2008
155 N/A
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Dec 25, 2004
132 N/A
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May 26, 2003
123 6.84
In the near future, Earth is at war with aliens called Worms. The war leaves the population of Earth decimated, with young men the main casualties. The Worms were beaten back but their re-emergence heralds the creation of a mecha unit called the Sonic Divers, piloted by 3 young girls to counter this threat. (Source: ANN)

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Aug 25, 2007
123 N/A
Single volume adaptation of the original BONES anime of the same name.

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May 23, 2005
115 N/A
This manga looks like it would be the perfect thing for younger readers. But it's something more appropriate for teenagers. It's still darn cute, though.The series is about a kitten (who's drawn to look human!) named Fancia who adores her master more than anything. She also has interesting relationships with several other cats in the neighborhood which only confuses her understanding(?) of the human world. (www.mangaupdates.com)

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Jul ??, 1999
104 6.52
On a remote island Mikazuchi is training to become a swordmaster. He dreams of visiting the outside world where he can meet girls. He grew up with Honoka who holds complicated feelings about Mikazuchi. This small island is protected by the divine gods and receives no visitors. The only things that ever happen are small quarrels between Mikazuchi and Honoka. These peaceful days are shattered when Saya, a mysterious beautiful young woman, is washed upon the shore! The seal of the Yaoyorozu gods has been broken and a group of deformed monsters emerge. Honoka's parents prove powerless before the demons and are killed. Even the holy sword bestowed by the gods to protect the island since ancient times loses its divine powers and splits into two. Now they are faced with absolute danger! Then, Saya's sacred powers save them. The holy madonna Saya's blessings bestowed through a kiss brings about a Western sword that can destroy horrible monsters instantly. Mikazuchi begins his tumultuous journey carrying the holy sword. The story is set in Japan's Edo period, taking us through a whirlpool of conspiracy. The worlds of mythology and legend are interwoven into this definitive romantic action comic. With the slash of the two swords, one divine and one holy, a fascinating, neo-historical romance filled with mystery and surprises unfolds. (Source: MU)

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Aug 26, 1999
101 N/A
This story takes place during a long stretch of peace during the Edo period. For samurai families, only the eldest son inherits the house. The younger sons are unemployed and looking for ways to fill their time. This is the story of a younger son, Fujimi Kikinosuke, as he spends his days getting into all kinds of wild situations. He spends a lot of time with his friend Juuzou, and he soon meets a new friend, a young aspiring female artist, Uta, who has her own share of troubles. (Source: MU)

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Jun 26, 2006
60 N/A
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Feb 26, 2007
49 N/A
Kota is an easy-going, absent-minded boy. One day, an evil puppet-like creature from outer space, with big cute eyes, comes along and kidnaps his right arm. The alien is named Eichi, and he is out to conquer Planet Earth. In no time, however, that plan goes amuck, and the whole neighborhood is reduced to chaos, not least because Kota's big-breasted girlfriend Erika enters the picture. (Source: ANN)

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Jan 21, 2002
49 N/A
A mysterious girl, Fina, is pursued by a fleet of Valua, an empire which holds mighty military power. Vyce, a Blue Air Pirate which advocates justice, attempts to rescue her. Her objective is unknown, but it unmistakably influences the fate of the planet.

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Oct ??, 2000
44 N/A
What is the difference between the human world and the nightmare world, in which the supernatural becomes real and reality the echo of a far away dream? Only Kuki, the weird roaming doctor, who can treat the most mysterious illnesses, could answer that question, but he is focused on his research, investigating on the disappearance of the turtle nation and on the coming of the tide that will soon submerge Japan. So it begins his trip discovering the tales from the Far East.

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Nov 25, 2006
42 N/A
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Feb 26, 2005
41 N/A
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?? ??, 2004
40 N/A
After the world of Man ended, there came the world of Cats and Robots. "Mimimi" is an inquisitive young cat who lives and works in this world as a reporter. One day, Mimimi is tasked with interviewing the popular yet highly mysterious novelist, Robert Arl...

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Jun ??, 2002
35 N/A
After the world unification wars, the Kingdom of Neosphere has gradually led an era of decline. The once "Holy Kingdom" now lacks the resources or personnel to repair its own E-technology, and the E-Ships that connect its commerce to the land-bound countries have declined in numbers. The newly anointed Queen of Neosphere, realizing that her country needs help, issued a summoning letter to the father of E-technology Prospero Flanka. He could not make the summons, so he sent his granddaughter, Nanoka. Nanoka has grown up with her grandfather's inventions and golems, proving to be able to help rebuild Neosphere. (Source: MangaHelpers)

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Jul 26, 2005
29 N/A
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?? ??, 2004
29 N/A
8 years ago, Western Civilization visited 19th century Japan. Mechanized dolls and new steam-powered creations began spreading throughout the country. The Wind Gang is a group of doll and steam users who believe in using their creations to violently bring about a new Industrial Era. They attack and destroy the peaceful village of a young doll user named Hiwou one day. Hiwou and his friends escape with a giant doll named Homura. Hiwou now wants to find his father, so that he can help defeat the Wind Gang, and bring peace back to Japan. (Source: ANN)

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Jun 26, 1999
28 N/A
Billions of years after an advanced human civilization was destroyed by aliens, twelve direct descendants of the civilization's warriors called "Sazers" have their powers awakened and form four tribes: Fire, Wind, Earth and Water. At first, they wage war on each other, but after learning the truth of their ancestry, the GranSazer tribes unite to protect Earth from the alien forces bent on once again extinguishing all life on the planet. (Source: ANN)

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Oct 26, 2003
22 N/A