Ring of the Stars
Namida Akiyama is about to start her life over as designer for the "The Ring of Stars," one of Japan's premier wrestling promotion companies. While she's working on promoting the brand, she learns about the real "stars" of the ring… the wrestlers! They may be tough on-screen, but each one holds a special dual life. While Namida learns about unique individuals, her past is catching up with her.
Ring From Angel
Mikaela is a girl who has had bad luck since birth. One day, she went to Japan to look for her missing brother. Suddenly an angel came to her and told her that she had the karma of her previous life and must be redeemed in this life, otherwise she would go to hell after death.
The Devil Ring
Freshman Zhou Xiaoan accidentally wears a ring of unknown origin, from which it spits out a scary blood demon. One of the greatest mysteries of human history is then revealed...
The body of a young girl is found at her home in Yokohama, contorted in fear, but the cause of her death is a mystery. Soon afterwards the bodies of three more teenagers are discovered - dead in chillingly similar circumstances. Sensing a story, journalist Asakawa becomes fixated on unravelling the cause of this bizzare sudden-death syndrome. He discoveres that the four victims had shared a log cabin for one night, exactly seven days before their deaths. In the cabin, Asakawa finds a nightmarish secret - a curious videotape which plays not a movie, but a strange collecrion of abstract, subliminal images, concluding with a portentous message: 'Those who have viewed these images are fated to die at this exact hour one week from now. If you do not wish to die, you must follow these instructions exactly...' Then the tape cuts to static. This slickly plotted page-turner reverberates with a terrifying supernatural twist. It inspired the cult Japanese movie and the US remake of the same name. (Source: Vertical)
Bracelets that one wears to declare one's love for someone is all the rage at school. Maki has one, but she's hiding it... (Source: Dynasty Scans)
Doukyuusei: Gold Ring & Silver Ring
Sajou and Kusakabe keep their promise of getting married by buying each other rings.
A series of mysterious murders all surround a video tape. Supposedly, anyone viewing this tape will die within 7 days. Reporter Reiko Asakawa, an aunt to one of the victims, decides to do a story on this tape. Upon viewing it however, she finds she has more to worry about than whether her boss will like her story or not... As she begins to experience horrifying visions, she comes to realize that she has no other choice but to find a way to break this horrible curse... or die. (Source: Dark Horse)
Key Ring Lock
Permanent part-timer Yui discovers a worn-out man fallen on the street. Unable to leave the strangely charming Toshiki alone, Yui helps him back home and then accepts Toshiki while being manipulated by him. However, when Yui gets up in the morning, he finds himself locked in and unable to leave. "Confinement is my hobby," says a smiling Toshiki. Is this confinement, or is it... Their sensitive love flickers in the space between the normal and abnormal! (Source: Kodansha Comics)
The Ring 2
The fabulously creepy story of The Ring takes a side step from the plot of the original Japanese film, taking the reader into life after all that tragedy and mystery. And guess what? Sadako, the psychic killer, isn't so easily disposed of. (Source: Dark Horse)
Ring ni Kakero
Takane Kiku and Takane Ryuji are the children of a legendary world contender boxer. Kiku, the daughter seems to have inherited her father's boxing sense and tries to teach Ryuji to become a world contender. However, Ryuji hates boxing and gets picked on. After Kiku and Ryuji leave their hometown for Tokyo, Ryuji eventually learns to discover a passion for boxing after an encounter with a boxing prodigy, Kenzaki Jun. This will eventually lead him to learn crazy moves and out of the world opponents to become one of Japan's top junior boxers. (Source: ANN)
The Ring 4: Birthday
"The Casket Floating in the Sky" centers on Mai Takano, and how she becomes wrapped deeper into Sadako's grasp. "Lemon Heart" tells of one of Sadako's early loves, and eerily wraps itself back into the plotline of Mai Takano. And finally, the "Sadako" story goes into the depths of both Sadako's death and her rebirth. Slowly, the details of how The Ring truly works are trickling out into the daylight.
Ring ni Kakero 2
At the end of Ring ni Kakero 1, Ryuuji Takane went up against Superstar Jun Kenzaki for the World Title. Now, 17 years later, Rindo Kenzaki, the son Jun Kenzaki and nephew of Ryuuji Takane, lives with Ishimatsu Katori, the "Kenka Champion" from Ryuuji and Jun's time. Rindo will meet up with a new generation of boxers to create a new Golden Japan Jr. to take on the world. Source: ANN
The Ring 3: Rasen
In this adaptation of Spiral (Rasen), the legend of Sadako's evil takes a scientific turn as Ryuji Takayama's old college friend, Mitsuo Ando, must decipher a mysterious code while investigating this strange virus that kills people after watching a video tape. Disbelief gives way to fear. Logic bends to survival. And human evolution changes drastically. What Sadako plans is not simply horror, but something much, much deeper. (Source: Dark Horse)
The Ring 0: Birthday
Sadako Yamamura was just a young girl, thrust from society because of her dangerous and fascinating psychic powers. It's hard to imagine, but this girl who would eventually climb out of your television set and kill you with pure fear was once a very pretty and confused girl. This is the story of Sadako before she was a dead body in the well; the story of a scary power emerging from a nervous girl. (Source: Dark Horse)
JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken II: Golden Heart/Golden Ring
Coni (Coniglio) is a shy and introverted girl, without friends, originally from Rome. For a series of bizarre events, she is now in Venice, to take the place of the grandmother who died in an accident in a large hotel, as a cleaning woman, dragging her existence in a routine. But Coni has a secret: she is a Stand user, a presence that she has never understood. The story takes place in Venice, after the group betray the Boss. It primarily centers on Fugo and his encounters with three new stand users. A series of mass killings have been occurring, and Fugo can be seen at each crime scene - as they are apparently a result of his stand Purple Haze going berserk.