The Voices That Call Me

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MW

MW

Fifteen years ago, Garai was part of a group of delinquents who kidnapped Yuki, the young brother of a famous kabuki actor, on a remote island which housed a secret military base. Garai couldn't control his lust for the young boy's girlish looks and took advantage of him in a cave, followed by a grim discovery: everyone on the base was dead from an apparent leak of MW, a powerful neurotoxin. In the present, Yuki is alive, but exposure to the MW destroyed his conscience; he now lives a double life as both an attractive bank employee and a sadistic, brutal killer who kidnaps, rapes and destroys others for his own whims. Garai, plagued with guilt, has become a priest and tries desperately to save Yuki's soul, though often ending up in bed with him instead. Yuki's ultimate goal is to find MW once more to destroy the world; can Garai stop him in time?

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Shimauma

Shimauma

Tatsuo, Hide, Satoshi and Aya worked together to cheat people out of money. They tended to target marriage services, where they conned money out of people looking for love. They were good at it, until they crossed the wrong guy. Then they saw the world below the surface of dupes to cheat, when the 'collection agency' came for them with extreme violence. A wild-eyed maniac who seems to get off on the torture takes Satoshi and Hide, and then Aya and Tatsuo. There may be hope for Tatsuo, though, because the man recognizes him. The torturer is "Akasada" a bullied kid that Tatsuo knew from school. Now Tatsuo and Aya have been pulled into Aka's world.

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Host is Down

Host is Down

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Arigatou

Arigatou

This is how a Japanese family's life goes wrong: an immoral protagonist, her sister who was gang raped before, her alcoholic mother who later devoted her life to a cult, and her father who lost favor with his company.

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Umareru Kachi no Nakatta Jibun ga Anna no Tame ni Dekiru Ikutsuka no Koto

Umareru Kachi no Nakatta Jibun ga Anna no Tame ni Dekiru Ikutsuka no Koto

At age 33, I am a loser, jobless and virgin, who only has remorse and pity for myself. Called by Anna, my secret crush in my childhood, and her fiance, I come to face the reality. But after I fall from the roof (caught wearing a grade school girl's swimsuit) I find myself to be back in the past. Now I will get my life back.

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Koko wa Ima kara Rinri desu.

Koko wa Ima kara Rinri desu.

"Ethics" is the path of humanity, a principle that becomes the norm of morality. Learning is not a problem in the future. But this class is filled with the truth of life. Cool ethics teachers and Takayanagi confront the problems of students and their own stance...

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Bokutachi ga Yarimashita

Bokutachi ga Yarimashita

Tobio, Maru, Isami and Paisen are a group of friends who are satisfied and complacent with their everyday lives. Tobio, a passive high schooler who makes it a rule not to hope too much; Maru, a scheming boy who gossips behind people's back; Isami, a gaudy student who likes girls and recently got a girlfriend with big breasts; and their senior Paisen (slang for senpai), a 20-year-old man who is rich and has long graduated from high school.

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Alive!

Alive!

In 1990 Yashiro Tenshuu murdered his lover and four others, sending him straight to death row. Now, the day of his execution has finally arrived, but at the last second he's given a choice: die, or go to work for a mysterious group of people. Choosing life, Yashiro is taken to a room and left in the company of another death row inmate, where they go from day to day with sake and other niceties, with no idea of why they are there. That is, until from behind a glass window, they see a beautiful girl awaken...

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No Longer Human

No Longer Human

Set in modern day Tokyo, Dazai's tale details the life of a young man originally from a well-off family from Japan's far north. Yozo Oba is a troubled soul incapable of revealing his true self to others. A weak constitution and the lingering trauma from some abuse administered by a relative forces him to uphold a facade of hollow jocularity since high school.

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Freesia

Freesia

Freesia is set in an alternative Japanese society that is at war, and has passed a law legalizing retaliatory killings. If somebody kills your loved one, you are legally sanctioned to kill, or hire someone to kill, the victimizer. The manga is set around a character who works for a firm that specializes in these retaliatory killings.

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