A Good Day to Study - Recommendations

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A Good Day to Study

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Ankoku Jiten

Ankoku Jiten

Do you know the dark dictionary? No one knows when this book has been in the world. However, it is a terrifying book that has long been devastated by human fear. At some point, it will be quietly placed in a secondhand bookstore, in a library, or in a midnight convenience store. And invite what you get into the world of terror.

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Reset (Mayuri YAMAMOTO)

Reset (Mayuri YAMAMOTO)

Each episode follows a different person as he or she deals with an ultimate choice. A "time guide" visits each episode's main character as he or she chooses whether to reset their lives at a time of crisis.

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Kuso Manga Bukuro

Kuso Manga Bukuro

A collection of illogical plot lines.

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Kanaerareta Negai

Kanaerareta Negai

If you have a wish you want to come true, then catch a demon! When the clock strikes midnight on Friday the 13th with a full moon, place two mirrors facing each other. A demon will walk along the pathway between the two mirrors. At that moment, use the bottle you have prepared to seal it up. If the demon does not grant your wish, it will turn to dust. If you catch a demon, what will you wish for?

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Dust 8

Dust 8

The Mountain of Life is where humanity and nature gained the strength to thrive from, a mysterious land formation powered with energy to bend the very laws of nature it empowers. A tragic plane accident leads to the death of dozens of families, but eight people survived the accident. When the fateful flight crashed into the mountain, it broke apart chunks of stones that channel a life-giving force in them, bringing eight strangers back to life. When confronted with their aberrational existence, a boy and a girl are forced to make a decision that will affect their lives and that of the other reanimated individuals. 

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Watashi wa Kagome

Watashi wa Kagome

Who or what is Kagome? The manga is a series of stand alone stories connected only through the character Kagome, as you slowly learn a little bit about her each time and her interactions with people of this world.

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Dolls (Yumiko KAWAHARA)

Dolls (Yumiko KAWAHARA)

Yumiko Kawahara's disturbing short stories explore the strange and codependent world of dolls and the people who own them. Both quirky and unsettling, these science-fiction morality fables question the dark side of love and pride. Fair warning: When you live inside a dollhouse, it's hard to tell who's the puppet and who's the master...

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Pet Shop of Horrors: Tokyo

Pet Shop of Horrors: Tokyo

Count D's pet shop has had roots in numerous countries, from Germany to America and beyond. Always established in the city's Chinatown, Count D offers a variety of rare creatures to qualified buyers. But with his reputation comes skepticism; Count D's shop is rumored to be involved in human trafficking, selling pets that are said to look like men and women. After being investigated in Los Angeles for these alleged crimes Count D sets up shop in the Red Light District of Shinjuku, Tokyo. He continues to offer his services with a curious smile, all the while under the scrutinizing, suspicious gaze of Woo-Fei Rau, D's new landlord.

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Shiranui Kitanroku

Shiranui Kitanroku

A man travels, collecting and sharing creepy and weird tales of the supernatural.

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Toilet no Hanazono-san

Toilet no Hanazono-san

Exists a thin line between the imaginary and the real, the true problem arises when you insult what you thought imaginary and this crosses that line to give you proof of the mistake you just made. As well says an old Japanese proverb: “Procure sure that your words are better than silence...”

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