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Jisatsu Circle

Jisatsu Circle

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?

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AirCommodore AirCommodore says...

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.

sothis sothis says...

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.

Doubt (Yoshiki TONOGAI)

Doubt (Yoshiki TONOGAI)

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.

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sothis sothis says...

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.

Tomodachi 100-nin de KILL ka na

Tomodachi 100-nin de KILL ka na

What is the value of one life versus many? Abiru Sagara lives a blessed life. He has loving parents, an adorable little sister, and hasn't once experience any adversity or strife. That is, until a sinister god targets him and his perfect world comes crashing down. His father suddenly commits suicide, his mother joins a cult and bankrupts the family, then his beloved sister is given a year to live. When the cruel goddess finally appears before him in his darkest moment, she offers to save his sister, but at the cost of 100 of his "friend's" souls. The boy, unable to see through his grief, sets forth on his bloody journey...

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Ashley Goeth no Yukue

Ashley Goeth no Yukue

Haru awakens in a hospital bed, having successfully received a heart transplant. He came to the facility for the operation, as it's renowned for its ability to get anyone a transplant no matter what, with no wait list required. But soon, Haru begins to remember his donor's memories, and begins to discover what's really going on behind the hospital's walls...

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Lost+Brain

Lost+Brain

Teenage genius Hiyama is fed up with the world: daily life is boring, and everyone around him is little more than living filth. One day, after a particularly trying day of tolerating the human scum that populates his high school, the boy decides that the only logical solution is to completely destroy the world and all of its useless creatures, then rebuild it as he sees fit. To this end, the teenager starts dabbling in hypnotism, and in a matter of months has half the school and even part of society under his control! However, this violation of free will won’t go unchallenged: another highly skilled hypnotist is determined to outsmart and stop Hiyama. In this dangerous game of cat and mouse, which man has the intellect to outwit and outmaneuver the other?

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Strange Mirror

Strange Mirror

What do you do when presented with another version of you?

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Suicide Notes Laid on the Table

Suicide Notes Laid on the Table

Everyone in Class 2-D of Kairei Private Middle School receives an e-mail at the beginning of the school year detailing a "class hierarchy." But the number one ranked Tsubaki Himeyama clears away the unrest this causes with her sunny disposition. Normalcy returns to the class... until Himeyama is found to have killed herself on campus. And once her classmates return from her funeral, they find suicide notes addressed to them on their desks! Will these notes expose the darkness class 2-D conceals?!

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Timing

Timing

Ja-gi Park, a high school teacher and diviner, wakes up from a vivid dream foreseeing a mass suicide set to happen in 10 days. It's up to her and a group of time manipulators to help prevent this tragic fate from happening before time runs out. However, as days pass by and mysteries unravel, Ja-gi realizes there's more to her premonition than meets the eye.

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Jisatsu Houjo

Jisatsu Houjo

The manga centers on a string of suicides by hanging that have been plaguing the town of Kongō for the past two years, with an urban legend that a girl supposedly appears before the victims to sign a suicide contract with them, pursuing them until the victims commit suicide. Saotome, a college student of folklore studies in Kongō, has been having recurring dreams for months of himself hung by a rope in a graveyard. He begins to see a woman named Koyomi Hirasaka, a therapist who specializes in suicidal thoughts, but unbeknownst to him, he is misled into signing a suicide contract with her, and she begins to shadow him everywhere.

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High-Rise Invasion Arrive

High-Rise Invasion Arrive

Senya is just an ordinary boy, who wanted to become an astronaut as a kid. One day and suddenly, he's transported into another world after seeing on the rooftop of his school something like a "tower" going across the sky. There, he witnesses a ruined world, where skyscrapers are connected by suspension bridges. Senya, perplexed, manages to see a girl standing on the roof of another building, as well as a masked man holding a bloody weapon in his hands...

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