Children of Eldair
A sorcerer who saves a girl from flesh-eating demons. After trying to use magic to find her friends, he’s trapped in a vision of the past--one that will help him save the world and the girl he loves.
Wakabayashi Toshiya shows us a series of 4-koma manga depicting various scenarios of young love. These short stories range from a boy, crippled by his absolute lack of confidence in himself, cannot even accept the fact that the girl of his dreams actually asked him out on a date, to the near-psychotic girl that pours her own blood into her homemade chocolate in order to win his heart. (Source: MangaHelpers)
Blood, guts and glory! You can find it all on the rugby field. A young man is about to be introduced to the sport of rugby in this brand-new series! (Source: MANGA Plus)
Kakao Cream comes to stay with Velstashio Evil after losing her older sister. His job is to catch nightmare children.
In a near future where humans have safely traveled to Mars, the space program is looking to go to Jupiter for the first time in history. For Subaru Yuuto, Amami Kosei, one of the elite astronauts of the crew of Jupitonia (the ship heading to Jupiter), is not only a person that he looks up to but is also a dear friend of many years. But tragedy strikes and a malfunction causes an explosion in Jupitonia and the ship goes missing in deep space, most believing the crew to be dead. Even with the devastating loss of a friend and hero, Yuuto joins the Core Space Academy to become a super class astronaut (aka Sirius) just like Kosei once was and explore parts of the universe that has not yet been known to man. The competition is cutthroat and he has to become the best of the best if he wants to be where his hero once was. Although the fear of the unknown is immense, Yuuto must learn to overcome it and become the hero for the next generation.
It’s a story about a girl who lost her every memory. One stormy night a sudden meeting changes her life forever. She starts anew while still trying to set the pieces of the puzzle that was once her life. Soon after, a love that puts everything on a line is born in the girl’s heart. (Source: JShoujo)
Zettai Karen Children
In the future, as people with ESP increase in numbers, so does the possible good and evil they can cause to society. The Japanese government establishes the Base of Backing ESP Laboratory (B.A.B.E.L.) a special esper organization tasked with dealing with situations that can't be resolved by ordinary means, including dealing with espers engaged in criminal activity. Kouichi Minamoto, a 20-year-old prodigy is assigned by B.A.B.E.L. to the task of supervising the most powerful espers in the country, a trio of gifted but mischievous 10-year-old girls known as "The Children." (Source: Wikipedia) Included one-shot: Volume 1: Zettai Karen Children (pilot)
Sekai Seifuku Children
When Akane Morito moves to another high school, he meets the chance to take a turn in his gray and monotonal life. Seeking for a hobby club, the ends in the Mistery Club. Once in, they wouldn't let him to get out without being a member. Then he discovers the objective of the club: to conquer the world.
Home for Lost Children
Jang Yumi works at the home for lost children at a department store. Her job is to make them as comfortable as possible until their parents pick them up. But it seems that it is not always easy to take care of these brats...
Cyber Blue: Lost Number Children
A remake and re-imagining of the original series by Hara Tetsuo (Hokuto no Ken, Hana no Keiji) which ran from 1988-1989, with new art by Yoshihara Motoki. Cyber Blue: The Lost Children follows the story of Blue, a descendant of colonists from Terra who settled the distant world of Tinos in the 22nd Century. The brutal environment of Tinos forces humanity to rely on an artificial life support system implanted in the chest called the Biomatrix, in order to survive. In the 25th Century, Tinos is ruled by a Planetary Government bent on eradicating The Lost, dissidents who refuse to submit to its autocratic rule and are hunted down by its military for extermination. Through total control of Biomatrix production and issuing them to only those who submit to its authority, the Planetary Government enforces its will in an effort to finish off the Lost and their descendants, the Lost Children once and for all. Set in the dystopia of Junk City, Blue encounters Fats, a powerful robotic Artificial Intelligence, and the story of their meeting will change both man and machine, the fate of the Lost Children, and the course of human evolution forever. (Source: MyPersonal-scan-)
Shin Megami Tensei Devil Children
At the end of the 20th Century, the world is facing destruction from massive earthquakes, bad weather and other abnormal phenomena. In Tokyo, Setsuna Kai, a young boy who lost his mother when he was very small, practices Kendo every day because his goal in life is to become strong. As always, his rival Mirai Kaname defeats him and Setsuna feels sad. On his way home, a messenger from the Devil's World appears before him. This messenger proclaims that the various abnormal changes in the world are the work of the Devil. The world will come to an end unless the Devil is conquered. The only ones who can save the world are the "Devil Children." Thus begins Setsuna's adventure in the Devil's World -ANN
Fantastic Children: Tokei Jikake no Tabibito-tachi
The manga adaptation of the anime "Fantastic Children," it is substantially different from the anime, but still a rather mysterious story with lovely art.
Kidou Senshi Gundam: Gyakushuu no Char - Beltorchika's Children
This is Tomino's alternate version of "Char's Counterattack" which he proposed for the movie adaptation. He drew up a new story outline which added Beltorchika and turned Amuro into a family man. The sponsors didn't like the idea, and reverted to the original "High Streamer" storyline, but Tomino decided to write this new novel based on his rejected movie plot. In U.C. 0093, Char Aznable returns as leader of Neo Zeon, and is determined to drop the asteroid base Axis on Earth. Opposing him is the task-force Londo Bell, led by Amuro Ray and his Gundam. The final battle will take place over the Earth Sphere. (Source: Gundam Wikia)