As an orphan, all Jack wanted was to get adopted. However, he knew he was a bit...different. His hair was spiky, his teeth were a bit sharp, but all he wanted was for some parental units to give him a shot. Yet, one day, his wish comes true! He GOT ADOPTED...by monsters, only to find out he is a monster himself!
Danny moves to a new town where he is met with odd stares and strange interactions with the town's people. As he soon finds out, he shares a shocking resemblance to a man who went missing years ago. What could his arrival possibly reveal about the missing man and how will Danny deal with the issues caused by this case of mistaken identity?
Fran used to engage in murders and robberies. He now shows remorse for those illegal dealings, and works as a sheriff in a small town. He lost his pony and wanders in the wilderness asking himself, “Is this a return of my past misdeeds?” (Source: Echochi)
Time Stranger Kyoko
Kyoko Suomi is the princess of Earth in the 30th century. Kyoko lives among the commoners, unwilling to reveal her true identity and ascend the throne. The king will allow Kyoko to live as she pleases if she can revive her twin sister Ui, who has been trapped in time since birth. (Source: VIZ Media)
Stranger: Mukou Hadan
The story is set in the Sengoku period. A rounin called Nanashi (meaning "nameless") saves a young boy named Kotarou at an abandoned temple. Kotarou has no family, is pursued by a mysterious militia organization from China, and hires Nanashi as his bodyguard. Amongst the men who pursue Kotarou is a man called Rarou, a skilled warrior with blond hair and blue eyes. He obeys an old man called Byakuran and is a member of the Chinese militia. Unlike his companions in the militia, he isn't serving any Emperor and just wants to fight with the strong. (Source: Iwa ni Hana)
The Danger Is Walking
Yoshie Okahara moves from Hokkaido to Tokyo and discovers that it's much too hot during the summer for her tastes. A big part of that is the fact that her sweat and tears are nitroglycerin, leading to some rather explosive situations whenever she gets too hot or starts crying. Originally serialized in the non-magazine manga anthology "Petit Apple Pie", it was later serialized in Shounen Captain.
Final Fantasy: Lost Stranger
Scoring a job at Square Enix, Sasaki Shougo's dream of producing a Final Fantasy game finally seems within his grasp! But after he starts, he quickly discovers that the work has nothing to do with his favorite franchise at all… Disillusioned, his enthusiasm for FF begins waning despite his sister/co-worker Yuuko's attempts to lift his spirits. Their conversation is cut short, though, when a runaway truck suddenly careens toward the two of them! When Shougo comes to, the first thing he sees is... a Moogle?! Wait, was that a Cure spell? And chocobos?! Hurled into a Final Fantasy world unbound to any particular installment, how will an uber-fan like Shougo survive?! (Source: Crunchyroll)