In a ruined world, a human girl, Lu, and a droid, Zett, live a humble life. Then one day, they encounter a mysterious new droid, Chrome... Now all three of them live together like a family, but then... (Source: MANGA Plus)
Two brothers, Izumo and Shinonome live in the lawless city of Donten, where they run an odd-jobs agency. A girl asks them to capture wanted criminal, Ron Biscott and free her younger brother, but will a freeter who’s distracted by his part-time job and a computer-addicted shut-in really be able to help her? (Source: M-U)
Gundam Gaia Gear is the story of the resistance group Metatron's struggle against the Man Hunting Attachment (MHA) police force of the tyrannical Earth Federation in the year UC 0203. To improve their chances of winning, Metatron creates a memory clone of the legendary Char Aznable. Char Afranche, aged 19 years, assumes command of Metatron and pilots the Gaia Gear Alpha after learning the truth of his origins. Gundam Gaia Gear was written by Tomino Yoshiyuki and features mechanical designs [mostly] by Ito Mamoru. Gaia Gear was Tomino's first attempt to portray the 3rd century of the UC universe. Later works by Studio Sunrise have invalidated Gaia Gear and it is now considered a UC side story (when it's remembered at all). Ito's mechanical designs are innovative and hearken back to the days before the "Gundam Look" was set in stone. Gundam Gaia Gear first appeared as a serial in the Japanese edition of Newtype Magazine (from April 1987 to December 1991). The story was then collected in five novels that ran from September 1988 to April 1992. It was also a radio drama that was collected on 5 CD's (the first released in November 1992 and the final in July 1993). Two soundtrack CD's accompanied the radio drama. Mechanical designs were featured in the February, March and April 1991 issues of Hobby Japan Magazine.
Sawada Honoka is a 14-year-old girl who is very timid. She easily gets bullied by other classmates. Honoka is a non-believer in God, Angels, and Devils. Though one day, a devil baby was dropped into her room while she was sleeping. What will Honoka believe in now? (Source: PocketScans)
Guilty Gear Xtra
Set in the year between the events of the first two games, the story revolves around two new characters exclusive to the manga: Tyr and Mizuha, and the mystery of severed Gear parts falling from the sky. Members of the Post War Administration Bureau (P.W.A.B. for short) - the secretive organization responsible for many events in the games - serve as the antagonists of the story. Characters from the games, such as Sol, Ky, Axl, Potemkin and Kliff, also appear, albeit with relatively minor roles.
Out Gear Fullcolor
The manga tells the story of a warrior and his friend a magician who are living in a medieval world. One day an extremely strong royal warrior comes hunting them down, what will happen to them?
Crush Gear N
The heart-racing sequel to Crush Gear Turbo makes its debut! Masaru Mahha loves everything about Gear Fighting, and together with Garuda Phoenix, he has succeeded in defeating all his opponents... all except Yuu Akusawa, a professional gear fighter! It's time for the new generation of fighters to enter the coliseum, so start your engines and burn rubber! (Source: Chuang Yi Publishing)
ComedySlice of Life
A 4-koma manga featuring Hatsune Miku's little sister, Chibi Miku.
Chibi to Boku
How far can someone go to love their cat? Kenji-kun is a high school student who loves his cat, Chibi, more than anything else. He puts Chibi at the center of his life, so he surely knows the answer to that question! (Source: Manga Updates)
The first story under the title "Chibi Maruko-chan" was published in the August 1986 edition of the shoujo manga magazine Ribon. Other semi-autobiographical stories by the author had appeared in Ribon and Ribon Original in 1984 and 1985, and were included in the first "Chibi Maruko-chan" tankōbon in 1987. The author first began writing and submitting strips in her final year of senior high school, although Shueisha (the publisher of Ribon and Ribon Original) did not decide to run them until over a year later. The author's intent was to write "essays in manga form." Many stories are inspired by incidents from the author's own life, and some characters are based on her family and friends. The nostalgic, honest and thoughtful tone of the strip led to its becoming popular among a wider audience. (Source: Wikipedia)
Slice of Life
On the crescent-shaped island of Nantucket lives Seiji, a young Japanese artist. This heartwarming story is about his daily life and interactions with the people there. (Source: MU)
Gekitou! Crush Gear Turbo
Kouya Marino hasn't set foot in the Tobita Club for a long time - not since when his older brother, champion Crush Gear Fighter Yuya Marino passed away four years ago. But when the C.G. club his brother was once part of is threatened with extinction from a rival team set up by the Mangajin Corporation, it is up to Kouya to restore the Tobita club to its former glory, using no less than Yuya's prized Crush Gear - the Garuda Eagle!! The spirited Crush Gear fight is about to begin! (Source: Chuang-Yi)
Chibimono - Chibi no Mononoke
A girl keeps missing her stuff and she discovers that it's a tiny god living in her room who takes them. Follow her as she becomes friends with the god and their adventures in the room as others interact with them... (Source: MU)
Otousan, Chibi ga Inakunarimashita
Slice of LifeJosei
The story is set in an isolated house in Tokyo. After all the kids left, the only people living in the house are an old couple: a blunt and unsociable husband, and a gossipy wife, with only their cat Chibi for company. The manga depicts the quiet life of the elderly couple. (Source: ANN)
Chibi demo Ii yo.
Wataru and Souta met in their first year of high school and have been best friends since. Souta has a tendency to make fun of Wataru’s small build and doesn’t miss a chance to make a comment about it. There is only one thing that bothers Wataru, and that is Souta always treats him like a child. But will Souta ever find out the secret Wataru has been hiding? (Source: Exiled Rebels Scans) Included one-shots: Otonarisan ni Natsukarete, Koi wa Liar Game
Chibi Geass: 4-koma no Lelouch
A series of 4 Koma and parodies of the series "Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion", drawn in SD style, by "A's Maria". It's comprised of several short chapters, published by Kadokawa Shoten.
Chibi to Pocchari de Renai Shimasu kedo, Nani ka?
Puniko, manager for the basketball club, has always been self-conscious about her weight. She thought that she had no chance in love... until Shou-kun, the basketball team's diminutive yet popular ace, confesses to her. Can Puniko really find love at last? Is such a love even possible? (Source: Shoujo-Sense)