3.288 out of 5 from 164 votes
When Chiko found a cell phone and answered it at school one day, she had no idea that the voice on the other end would foretell of an upcoming death that afternoon. Though she hopes it’s just a bad joke Chiko soon discovers that the death is real and more are to come – unless she puts a stop to them. Now, with each call she answers, Chiko has one more person to try to save in time. Alongside her classmate Bando, Chiko will race against the clock in hopes of saving lives – but who is the voice on the other end of the phone?
When Saya was in middle school, her father had a mental breakdown – and that's when things began to change. Kyoko, her best friend, noticed the girl becoming distant, and Saya even began selling her body for money. But when the troubled teen met Mitsuko and joined her Suicide Club, Kyoko watched Saya gain a new, chilling sense of purpose and a deep desire to follow Mitsuko to the grave. Can Kyoko save her friend's life when all she wants to do is die?
JisatsuCircle and Line are short manga about group suicides, and a main character that's trying to understand and stop the next impending suicide. Jisatsu Circle is darker.
Line and Suicide Club center around unexplained, sudden suicides and the mystery around it. Suicide Club is FAR more explicit, but they will appeal to the same audiences.
Rabbit Doubt is a popular new mystery game in which a ‘wolf' kills off each of a group of ‘rabbits' one by one. If the rabbits determine the identity of the wolf, they win the game; but if they suspect the wrong individual, the rabbits all die. Eiji, Rei, Mitsuki, Haruka, Yuu and Hajime are six friends who were meeting for the first time at a karaoke bar, but then, while separated, they lost consciousness and came to in a mysterious building - one of their bodies impaled on the wall. A real life game of Rabbit Doubt has begun. With paranoia and suspicion abounding, the survivors struggle to piece clues together before the Wolf picks them off one by one.
Line and Doubt follow young people trapped in a thrilling situation they'd rather not be in. Compared to Doubt, Line is quite tame - but they definitely have a similar feel and will appeal to the same audiences.