A brother treated his sister like gold, giving her items to make her beautiful, watching her grow older and letting her know how lovely she had become. Yet beneath the surface of his facade lies a deeper truth - the truth behind their relationship and what has happened...
Setsuna Mudo is a troubled teen; he has a small number of friends and a large number of enemies, a disturbed personality, divorced and distant parents, and most importantly a sister complex torturing him to madness. As if things couldn't be worse, Setsuna suddenly finds himself launched into the eternal war between Heaven and Hell. It turns out that he is the reincarnation of the cryptic angel Alexiel, and it's his job to end this infinite struggle. But can this insecure Messiah, whose soul alone is torn between darkness and light, really find peace and save the world?
Yasuhiro Takagi could have been an average seventeen-year-old high school sophomore, but recently he's decided that he wants the experience of killing somebody. With meticulous detail he ponders how and when the event will take place. Should he pick a stranger or someone close to him? A yakuza to help society, a celebrity, someone old or young? And above all else, what will people think of him when he does it?
Where Kare no Satsujin Keikaku is about killing, and Die about suicide, both are about the frame of mind of someone taking a life. Both one shots, they manage to bring across a sense of uneasiness in a very short amount of time by talking about the motivation of the killer / victim. Disturbed by one of them and wanting more? Look no further.