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Tegami Watari no Sakana

Tegami Watari no Sakana

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Gagoze

Gagoze

The Muromachi Period was a time when nightfall brought true darkness. Set in this era of gloom, the tale of GAGOZE, a violent demon feared even by the monsters, is about to begin!

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Virtus

Virtus

Year 185, Commode emperor, cruel and thirst for blood, led Rome to its ruin. Instead of governing he prefers fighting in the arena. For, Marcia, his concubine, Rome has lost what has made its pride : Virtus. Desperate, she ask a witch for help. With magic, she casts a group of prisoners from the modern japanese era.

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Voisin

Voisin

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The Valiant Must Fall

The Valiant Must Fall

The Edo period has ended, and former samurai Haruyasu is adrift in a strange new world. Not even the promise of rebellion can cure him of his desire for death. But after an assassination gone wrong, Haruyasu finds himself at the mercy of his intended victim’s bodyguard, an intriguing young woman with the power to heal–so intriguing, in fact, that he decides he wants to live in order to learn more about her. But what will she ask in return for saving his life?

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Asadora!

Asadora!

It's 2020 and Tokyo is on fire! A large, mysterious creature rampages through the city destroying everything in its path. Cut to 1959. We meet a spunky young girl, Asa. As one of 11 siblings, Asa is constantly forgotten. Most people can't even remember her name. So, when she is kidnapped for ransom (by a guy who mistakes her for a doctor's kid), no one bats an eye—not even when a typhoon hits! Now Asa and her kidnapper must work together to survive the brutal storm. But there's more to her kidnapper and this storm than meets the eye.

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Meiji Kottou Kitan Yumejii

Meiji Kottou Kitan Yumejii

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Shokai Shii

Shokai Shii

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Munakata Kyouju Denkikou

Munakata Kyouju Denkikou

Munakata is an anthropology professor who studies the relationship between folklore or fairy tales and real historical events. He believes that many of these stories that most presume to be entirely fictional are actually based on real events. This manga tells the story of Professor Munakata as he follows the clues left from both the imaginary world of fairy tales and the real world of historical evidence.

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Second Coming

Second Coming

A blacksmith loses his daughter in an offering and waits 40 years to get his revenge.

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