Sirius the Jaeger

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Vampires

Vampires

The story begins in a village of vampires who are destroying their homes setting out into the world because humans are moving into their valley, but these "vampires" do not drink blood, nor are they immortal. Instead they all transform into animals, ranging from wolves and bats to snakes and crocodiles, the transformations being triggered by different stimuli for each vampire. For example, the main vampire, Toppei, turns into a wolf when he sees the moon or when he is scared. His little brother Chippei transforms whenever he sees anything round. Others transform at the smell of onions, the sight of a telephone pole, or a variety of other stimuli.

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Tsuki ni Hoero! (Makoto TATENO)

Tsuki ni Hoero! (Makoto TATENO)

A high school boy discovers that a sempai at his school is a werewolf and that he, himself is one as well...

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Lycanthrope Leo

Lycanthrope Leo

If people who turn into animals really existed in the modern world, how would they behave? This book gives some realistic, yet unexpected, answers. Nobody is a complete good guy or bad guy--every character is a complex figure, and even the bad guys have some very good reasons for what they do. Leo is an innocent caught in the midst of it all, but nothing like the "helpless killer" stereotype of American werewolf movies--he is a person in control of his own powers, trying to decide what to do with his life now that so much has changed.

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Kindan no Koi wo Shiyou

Kindan no Koi wo Shiyou

Hisako was saved from a drunkard by a wolf. She decides to adopt the beautiful, and entrancing creature, but Hisako's new pet turns into a fine-looking guy! Somehow his entrancing eyes remain in her mind...

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Red Eyes

Red Eyes

Betrayed by his own men, Captain Grahad Mills, a commander of the SAA Special Force "Jackal," is held responsible for a conspiracy about which he knew nothing. Without defense counsel at his court, he is sentenced to death. On the morning of his execution, he escapes the military detention center; in the process blasting a troop of national military guards and killing its commander - Captain Waldman, his former subordinate and betrayer. All this is for revenge and to find out the reason for the treachery. The former hero - feared and known as "Genocide" - starts to fight a battle he created by himself.

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Meisai-kun

Meisai-kun

All problems are made to be solved by excessive use of military weaponry! Or, at least, that's what college student Nomoto-kun seems to believe. He's commonly called "Meisai-kun" (Camouflage-kun) by his classmates, due to the fact that he wears fatigues to class every day. Whether it's helping a classmate throw off a stalker, killing a wild animal, or going to the beach on holiday, Meisai-kun, his overly-militaristic friends and his enviable stash of weapons (and live ammo) are up to the task! His friends from class, two relatively normal girls called Tomo and Rie, keep him more or less connected to his normal life as a college student. Unfortunately, they often find themselves being pulled into his ridiculous, over-dramatic, military-esque situations!

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Werewolf Breeding

Werewolf Breeding

Vampires rule the night taking the blood of those they desire. Humanity's only chance of defeating them is to restore the long lost Original Werewolf. Join in the fight between werewolves and vampires to save humanity, to save the world.

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Ares

Ares

The story takes place in an era similar to that of ancient Rome in a country called Chronos. It follows a group known as the Temple Mercenaries. In particular, the manhwa is about Ares, Michael and Baroona, three young warriors with mysterious pasts and surpassing skills...

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Zoku - Kindan no Koi wo Shiyou

Zoku - Kindan no Koi wo Shiyou

A manga about werewolves and the continued adventures of Hisako and Yato.

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Beast in the Tower

Beast in the Tower

The poor Lukka gets taken in by the wealthy nobleman Edgar. Even though he's surrounded by servants, Edgar tells Lukka he's lonely and hopes that Lukka would stay with him. Lukka agrees, and starts living a new life at Edgar's. When Lukka wants to help Edgar in return of his hospitality, he gets to meet Edgar's "pet" that's locked up in the tower and finds out an unbelievable secret.

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