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6-koma Manga: Aobuta

6-koma Manga: Aobuta

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Anime Tenchou

Anime Tenchou

Meiko Anizawa is in a bind. He's just been asked, as a 'dying wish', to take over the role of the Animate anime store's manager. With determination and fury, Meiko magically transforms into the best anime store manager around and races his way towards his duty...

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Honnori! Don Patch

Honnori! Don Patch

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Fuwari! Don Patch

Fuwari! Don Patch

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Watashi no Sensei

Watashi no Sensei

Yoshirouta Mayumi is an assistant to the mangaka Ogawa Yayoi. While working hard at her job, Mayumi discovers Ogawa-sensei’s big secret—she’s actually the solider of love, comic demon buster Yayoi!

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Shadaloo no Vega-san

Shadaloo no Vega-san

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Neon Genesis Evangelion: Legend of the Piko Piko Middle School Students

Neon Genesis Evangelion: Legend of the Piko Piko Middle School Students

Mysterious invaders are threatening Earth . . . so recruit a group of elite school kids to play video games that secretly train them for the real fight that lies ahead! Does this plan sound familiar? Well, they’d better get a new plan, because the elite school kids are Shinji, Rei, Asuka, and Kaworu, and they’re too busy playing games to ever get in the fricking robot!

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OO Seyo!! Sengoku Gakuen Seitokai

OO Seyo!! Sengoku Gakuen Seitokai

Sengoku Gakuen was once like a normal school but Oda Nobunaga, the student president overthrew the teachers and practically made them powerless. He built a school of the students, for the students and by the students. Nobunaga eventually graduated and left Hideyoshi in charge as the student president. However, Hideyoshi soon drops out of school to help Nobunaga rule Japan as he ruled Sengoku Gakuen.

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I See! Proverbs Gundam-san

I See! Proverbs Gundam-san

Ever wanted to know the meanings behind some of Japan's oddest proverbs? What does it truly mean when "fire comes out of one's face", or when someone says "hide your face, not your bum"? Lucky for you, Char Aznable and Lalah Sune are here to save the day, humourously demonstrating what these phrases mean while teaching you a thing or two about the Japanese language.

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Mousou Soldier Yamamoto

Mousou Soldier Yamamoto

Yamato is a manga/anime crazed guy and actually believes in them. His classmates know better than to argue or be near him because he gets extremely violent and it's up to his friend to keep him from going over the line.

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