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Gesu to Kamisama

Gesu to Kamisama

There's a new transfer student in school named Midori, and she is very cold and set apart from everyone. For some reason, though, everyone seems interested in her. One day, Ao witnesses proof that she is a supernatural being, and confirms with her that she is actually a god. He carelessly asks a wish of her, like people have been sending to the popular "God mail" address that's suddenly been going around school, and she grants his wish. Unfortunately, the cost is high. She kills him-- only to bring him back as a shinigami...

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Genei Realism

Genei Realism

An ostracized girl can identify criminals by their shadows. Can she and will she save one of the girls who bullies her from a serial killer?

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Ai o Ano Yo ni Oite Kita

Ai o Ano Yo ni Oite Kita

Dead! I'm dead! One day, Shunsuke died in a car accident. He opens his eyes to find himself in another world surrounded by roses, with a scruffy bearded self-proclaimed god appearing before him. That "god" says, "If you can find true love, I'll return your life to you." Bewildered and puzzled, Shunsuke begins to search for "true love" with this transient life of his, but...?

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Kasa no Tsurugi

Kasa no Tsurugi

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Avril Lavigne's Make 5 Wishes

Avril Lavigne's Make 5 Wishes

Hana just doesn't fit in. At school, she feels like the invisible girl. And at home, she avoids her parents' arguments by retreating to her bedroom, where she spends hours online, playing the part of various cool, smart, sexy, and popular alteregos, and kicks back with her all-time idol and very best (though only in her imagination) friend, rebel rocker Avril Lavigne. One night she runs across a mysterious website called Make5Wishes.com. Somehow, she can’t click away - and before she knows it, she’s ordered a package guaranteed to make dreams come true. But will it end up being a Pandora's box?

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Wagamama Chie-chan

Wagamama Chie-chan

Just before Saho Hanawa was about to matriculate into Seiran Middle School (her mother's alma mater), she meets a ghost girl, Chie, who's wearing the Seiran school uniform and standing in the rain. Saho assents when Chie asks to go to Saho's house, and they spend time talking and arguing with each other. Saho parents hear her talking to Chie and assume she must be talking on a cell phone - until they catch her talking to empty space in her room. Saho is forced to confess that she can see a ghost girl named Chie, which shocks her parents. They then reveal that Chie is the name of the stillborn baby that they had before Saho - Saho's dead older sister.

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Nanika Mochigattemasu ka

Nanika Mochigattemasu ka

In the casual days of the spring of his third year in middle school, Mitsuru Hibino meets transfer student Kouzou Issha, who develops his special power. Issha commands Hibino to use his lethal “power” to “correct the errors of this world”. Their first step is to “kill those who drive while using their cell phones”. While getting their hands dirty with what society considers “crime”, these boys use their “power” for their “ideal justice”!

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Kyokou no Ou

Kyokou no Ou

Poor, poor Akatsuki Homare. He's gotten himself into a mess of trouble. Considering his arrogance, he's getting exactly what he deserves. Yes, Homare, life is a game of give and take. You don't only get to be on the taking side...

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Mahou Gyoushounin Roma

Mahou Gyoushounin Roma

Roma is a mysterious girl that is on a mission to collect “human greed” through the use of various magical objects that have unique powers. When humans use these magical items to satisfy their own personal emotions, such as love, their greed level increases and Roma is able to steal their excess greed.The people that use Roma’s objects seem to always let their greed destroy themselves, putting themselves in a worse situation than before.

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Boogiepop Dual: Loser's Circus

Boogiepop Dual: Loser's Circus

There is an urban legend that children tell one another about a shinigami that can release people from the pain they may be suffering. This "Angel of Death" has a name--Boogiepop. And the legends are true. Boogiepop is real.

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