The manga revolves around Saike, a male middle school student without dreams or motivation. Within his normal everyday life, the only one who dotes on him is his female childhood friend, Mikan. However, one day, after seeing Mikan in extreme danger, he gains psychic powers that surpass human knowledge. (Source: ANN) Included one-shot: Volume 3: Negatibrain
No doctor can cure or figure out the cause behind the the illness of Mii's older brother. Except for Dr. Psyche. But this mysterious doctor is perverted and even had a criminal record. Can she really trust him? (Source: The Zero Alliance)
Persona 4 takes place in the same universe as Persona 3 in a rural town named Inaba. There have been mysterious murders occurring whenever there was fog after heavy rain. There were also rumors about a channel on television airing only at midnight called Mayonaka TV, during which it is said that one can see his/her "other half" when staring at the TV screen. After hearing about a recent unsolved murder which occurred during the fog, Souji, Chie, and Yousuke, discuss how each of them had attempted to watch the mysterious TV channel and witnessed the murder victim. The protagonist later realizes that during midnight when the channel is on, his body can phase into his television set as a gateway to enter another world infested with shadows. After discovering this, they all decide to explore. When first completely entering the world, dazed and confused, Souji meets Teddie. Mayonaka TV and the town murders seem to have a connection. The murder victims may be merely victims of Mayonaka TV. Everyone decides that they will together try to solve the mysterious murders by exploring the hidden world of Mayonaka TV.
The story focuses on the 16-year-old protagonist, Akira Kurusu, who got transferred to Shujin High School in Tokyo after he was sued by a man with political connection for a non-existent violence when Akira saved a woman from being molested by the man, leading to his probation. Arriving in Tokyo, he finds a mysterious app got installed into his phone that enables him to enter another world formed from corrupt hearts of adults where he awakens his power called Persona. During his times there, he is joined by two fellow students Ryuuji Sakamoto and Ann Takamaki, and a shape-shifting cat-like creature known as Morgana. Feeling suppressed by their environment, the four form a group known as the "Phantom Thieves of Heart" to steal corrupt hearts of adults and reform society.
A teenager who was orphaned as a young boy returns to the city of his childhood. Shortly after transferring to Gekkoukan High School, he is attacked by Shadows—creatures that feed on the minds of their victims. The assault awakens his Persona, Orpheus, his only chance at defeating these creatures of the night. He soon discovers that he shares this special ability with other students at his new school. From them he learns of the "Dark Hour," a hidden time that exists between one day and the next, swarming with Shadows. He joins the Specialized Extracurricular Execution Squad (SEES), and with his new friends, confronts the threat of the Shadows. After signing a contract in which he "accepts his fate of his own free will," the main character battles with the other members of SEES against the Greater Shadows, incarnations with traits and appearances similar to those of the first 12 Major Arcana of the Tarot. While this is occurring, he continues to encounter and eventually befriends the child who gave him the contract to sign at the very beginning of the game, an entity who refers to himself as Pharos, and is really the incarnation of Death, the 13th Arcana.
Tourou no Ori
This story is quite dark, suspenseful, and slightly twisted. It takes place during the Showa Era in Japan. The story revolves around a young man who has lost both his mother and father. Now, the only person he has that he can rely on is his butler who has been working for the family. However, his father had a secret he was hiding. This secret reveals itself after his demise. (Source: Cocobees)
Kizu darake no I Love You
Follows some of the rougher, odder, and even taboo relationships known to the yaoi genre. Youkou is a heartthrob who is reputed to have quite the technique in the bedroom. His friend, Yukio, well aware of his reputation, begins to worry when Youkou starts coming home with cuts and bruises. In another atypical story, Ishimoto discovers he and his driver's ed. instructor share the same passion for action-hero figurines. While bonding over their miniature, plastic heroes, the two get hopelessly drunk, and Ishimoto finds himself butt-naked in his instructor's bed the next morning. In an odd tale of forbidden love, Fumi is quite taken with the handsome man his brother has become while studying abroad, perhaps even a little too taken. Conflicted by desires to both embrace and push each other away, these siblings struggle to regain a normal, brotherly bond in the face a tempting, tabooed path. The stories in Love Full of Scars tell of both the physical and emotional marks that tough love can leave on a person. (Source: Netcomics)
Choco Strawberry Vanilla
1. Choco Strawberry Vanilla 2. Strawberry no Yuuutsu 3. Bitter & Sweet 4-5. Vanilla Sex 6. Melt
Fuuzokugurui desu ga Toshishita Danshi ni Kokuraremashita
1. Fuuzokugurui desu ga Toshishita Danshi ni Kokuraremashita 2. Gakusei desu ga Toshiue no Fuuzokugurui ni Koishite Shimaimashita 3. Fuuzokugurui Deshita ga Toshishita Gakusei no Koibito ga Dekimashita 4-5. Kuu-sama to Ore. 6. Saigo no Hito 7. Gakusei desu ga Toshiue no Fuuzokugurui ni Betabore desu
Eroman: Kami to Pen to Sex to!!
1-4. Moshi Osananajimi ga Honki de B Ero Sakka wo Mezashitara 5. Moshi Ero Plus 6. Sakashima Byouin 7. Hatsukoi wa Momoiro da♥ 8. Jinsei wa Momoiro da♥ 9. Moshi Ero Plus+
Heart no Kuni no Alice: My Fanatic Rabbit
One day, a mysterious rabbit-eared man named Peter suddenly appears in Alice's garden and kidnaps her, whisking her off to a dangerous world where every resident brandishes a weapon. Trapped in this land in the midst of a three-way power struggle, Alice accepts an offer to stay at the Hatter's mansion. At the mansion, Alice meets the Hatter's right-hand man, Elliot March, who is likable and charming and... also sports a pair of bunny ears! And yet, Alice cannot get over the fact that Elliot is actually a Mafia hitman, willing to kill people without hesitation... In this popular Wonderland manga, the March Hare has finally arrived!! (Source: Yen Press)
Inu mo Kuwanai
1-5. Inu mo Kuwanai (Even a Dog won't Eat it) 6. Shashin 7. Kokuhaku 8. Hone
What do animals do in the spring of their lives? They mate! Wildly! Four mischievous friends have met their match: their own hearts! Now that they're older, the only troubles these country boys find make them moan and pant. Kou-chan wants to confess to Kishi, but he's full of heart-pounding doubt over Kishi s response. Mitsuru, the serious boy pining for a lost love, is ambushed by Tarou, an obtuse, air-headed sadist, full of devotion for his darling. And who is this tall boy, beating everyone up yet shooting flowers out of the panels? Somebody needs to figure out his body language. (Source: MU)
Megami Ibunroku: Persona
While playing a ritual-like children's game called "Persona", students are knocked unconscious. While asleep, they encounter a man named Philemon who bestows several Personas upon them. When they wake up, the youths discover they can summon Personas. (Source: Kindan no Aku)
Persona x Tantei Naoto
Persona 4 spin-off set one year after the end of Persona 4, Naoto is asked to investigate the mysterious disappearances of two Yagakoro students by an old detective friend, Touko Aoi. There, she is partnered with Sousei Kurogami, a mechanical detective and a polar opposite to her in terms of personality and methodology. In their first encounter, she awakens to a new persona Amatsu Mikaboshi, which enables her to amplify Sousei's persona ability, Tsukuyomi. Together with Sousei, she discovers the Midnight Site, an anonymous site where judgment is passed on others by five judges named after figures in Japanese mythology—Uzume, Sarutahiko, Omoikane, Tajikarao, and Futotama. However, it quickly becomes apparent that this case and another under Touko's supervision are related when one of the five judges turns up dead with ballistics pointing to a missing police officer's gun. Naoto and the others must discover the identity of the other judges to protect them and find out the culprit who seeks to kill them.
Persona 3: Shadow Cry
Shadow Cry is a side story to the main plot of Persona 3 taking place during and making reference to the events of the main game. It is told primarily through Jin Shirato's point of view and details the daily life of the members of Strega. (Source: Megami Tensei Wikia)
Persona 4: Your Affection
Slice of LifeSupernatural
It consists primarily of short stories touching on the themes of day-to-day life of the main cast of the games. Topics covered are Yousuke Hanamura not quite being used to living in the countryside yet, the fact that good friends like Yukiko Amagi and Chie Satonaka can still be awkward in some respects with each other, and Nanako Dojima worrying over her busy father. (Source: Megami Tensei Wikia)
Persona: Tsumi to Batsu
Kazumi thought he was good friend with a boy he had known for ten years, Rihito. One day, while they were out in town together, looking for a shop selling masks for their school's masquerade ball, Rihito suddenly disappears. Kazumi drops school and starts looking for him, and will soon set foot in a totally new world. In an abandonned factory thought to be haunted, he ends up face to face with a group of demons. Running away, he finally finds Rihito, one week after he disappeared. His friend seems to go well but his personnality changed. Rihito seems to be able to lead them and is surprised that Kazumi can see the demons. He announces to Kazumi that he always hated him. Distressed, Kazumi doesn't have time to react for the demons attack him again. A mysterious creature then appear out of his body and get rid of the monsters. From now on, Kazumi is going to discover a new side of the city he lives in. A city in which demons et personae live (fighting creatures that people with the same powers as him can invoke) Kazumi will be guided in this new world by the three people who live hidden in the factory, and also own Personae. (Source: MangaJima)
Persona 4 The Magician
A spin-off manga focusing on Hanamura Yosuke. Published in Persona Magazine issues #02 - #09.
Persona: Trinity Soul - Novel
Novelization of the anime. The novels are designed to be complementary to the series and focus on incorporating more of the Marebito's side of events into the main half of the story. (Source: Megami Tensei Wikia)
Persona 3: Owari no Kakera
Owari no Kakera is an original story taking place one month prior to the beginning of the original game. It is told mainly from Akihiko Sanada's perspective beginning with him seeing a mysterious humanoid-shaped Shadow while exploring the Tartarus together with Mitsuru Kirijo. (Source: Megami Tensei Wikia)
Persona 3 Portable Dengeki Comic Anthology
A manga anthology released by ASCII Media Works about the popular Atlus game Persona 3 Portable.
Persona 3 Portable: Velvet Blue
Slice of LifeSupernatural
Taking place during Persona 3 Portable, it features Elizabeth as its protagonist and explores Persona 3's female protagonist's relationship with the inhabitants of the Velvet Room, including Margaret and Theodore. (Source: Megami Tensei Wikia)
Persona 4: Kiri no Amnesia
It is an original story taking place during the Persona 4 storyline shortly after Yukiko Amagi's rescue. The story is primarily focused on Yukiko, Yosuke Hanamura, and Chie Satonaka as they enter the television world without the protagonist, who is written out of the scenario by texting the others he won't be able to make it that afternoon. Yosuke, instead, takes the lead role in this story. The premise is largely about him entering a different television than usual, drawn by a mysterious voice and the familiar figure of Saki Konishi. (Source: Megami Tensei Wikia)
Persona 3 Comic Anthology: Memento Mori
An anthology of side stories that could have taken place within Persona 3.
Persona 2: Innocent Sin Comic Anthology
An anthology of short stories by various mangaka, published by Ichijinsha in honor of the Persona 2: Innocent Sin PSP remake. 1. P [Taihei Hiromi] 2. Uwasa no Akuma wo Buttaose! [Katou Michiru] 3. Satomi Tadashi nite [Yanagiya Maro] 4. Kimi no Ushiro [Kari Erika] 5. Saa Docchi!? [Sanada Juan] 6. Soreyuke Gold Tankentai [Tsukiyama Ryuuji] 7. Nana Shimai Gakuen Shinbunbu Buchou no Shinsou [KAY] 8. Hataraku Oneesan [Ookami Wakana] 9. Nayameru Seishounen [Aoba Hayato] 10. Hara ga Hette wa [Sakazaki Mei] 11. Sengen Shimashita. [Shiroishi Kotoni] 12. Uwasa no Gas Chamber [Itsuki Makoto] 13. Komatta Ippiki Ookami [Hayase Reku] 14. Houkago Uwasa Jikan [Iwai Tomo]
Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth - Side:P4
The manga adaptation of the RPG in the Persona series from ATLUS: Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth. On the last day of the Yasogami High School culture festival, a mysterious bell rang... (Source: Crunchyroll)
Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth - Side:P3
The manga adaptation of the latest RPG in the Persona series from ATLUS: Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth. One stormy autumn night, the P3 gang is bummed that Gekkoukan High School's Culture Festival was canceled due to the weather. But out of nowhere, they hear a bell begin to ring. The next thing they know...
Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth - Roundabout
The story takes place on the last day of the Yasogami High culture festival. During the event, the heroes of Persona 4 see a strange bell tower appear on the school grounds. The heroes of Persona 3 also hear the bell, and are dragged into the future where the Persona 4 cast awaits. The two groups are locked in the school covered in Shadows, but meet two mysterious individuals named Zen and Rei, who have lost their memories. The cast soon learns that Zen and Rei's lost memories may be the key to solving the mystery of the bell tower's sudden appearance.
Persona 3 Portable Comic Anthology ~Dear Girl's~
P3P comic anthology focusing on the female main character.
Persona 4: The Ultimax Ultra Suplex Hold
The story is a continuation of the events depicted in the game Persona 4 Arena and begins the day after it concludes. The Midnight Channel is back on the air and once again broadcasts a strange advertisement for another fighting tournament christened P-1 Climax, that shows members of the Investigation Team and the Shadow Operatives in combat. Just moments after this, Inaba is subject to a power outage and is engulfed by a bizarre red fog. (Source: Megami Tensei Wiki)
Persona 4: The Ultimate in Mayonaka Arena
Following the plot of the game, it switches between the viewpoint of different characters as they face off against each other in the tournament. Commonly following the story from the viewpoint of Yu Narukami, Aigis, Yosuke Hanamura, Mitsuru Kirijo, and Naoto Shirogane as they face off against the other characters. Both Yosuke and Aigis face off against Shadow Labrys. (Source: Megami Tensei Wikia)