Long Live My Queen
As a hapless modern girl, Xi Yuan travels in time to another world at the end of her life. Unexpectedly, she is stabbed to death on the moment she wakes up. However, owing to this accident, she acquires immortality and captivates the eyes of various exceedingly handsome boys, and that domineering and arrogant princess with golden hair seems also...
Long Live My Dear Prince Consort
After her family was destroyed, Aria Su was left with no choice but to sell herself to pay the debts. But, the man that ended up buying her, was her enemy, the man that forced her father to his death -- Haden Yan. From that point on, Aria lost her freedom and was forced to stay by Haden's side. The man held her captive, but... he also hugged her with his heavily wounded body and said, "I've waited a thousand years for you, so I don't mind waiting a little longer. But, if you'll eventually be mine, I hope you don't make me wait too long."
Kowagaranaide, Soba ni Ite
I thought it would go well for you and me from here on after. "Let's pretend it never happened. From the very beginning." Ono Shizuka is a baker who got into an argument with his partner Sakai and fell off the stairs. The accident caused him to forget about Sakai entirely. However, he now is very interested in the beautiful but lonely man.
When Fukase notices shy Niina looking his way, he decides to have a little fun with his underclassman. Harboring secret feelings for him, Niina can’t help but give in to Fukase’s advances, but doesn’t know what to make of the mixed signals he’s getting. Between Fukase’s steamy embrace and icy attitude, will Niina ever have the confidence to confess his real feelings? And when it seems that Fukase isn’t the only one interested in Niina, will he be able to maintain his uncaring facade, or will he have to admit that he’s been drawn in by Niina’s gaze? (Source: DMG)
Ami Kurata, a first-year university student who has no athletic ability, suddenly falls in love with a folding bicycle after seeing it in front of a train station. Inspired by her newfound love, she starts saving up to buy a bicycle and to learn cycling. (Source: MAL News)
Trapped into two different worlds, a young boy and a young girl are trying to runaway of where they are. But it's like something kept them captives and there's no way for them to escape from these strange worlds... (Source: Sound of Jewels)
A unique take on the anit-hero theme, "White Dragon"'s main character is Tatsuto Shriakawa: a pragmatic, cold, nearly-emotionless, independent witness protection agent-thing. Anyway, his life is pretty much ok for him until one day a young girl Ayaka Nozawa knocks on his door asking for help. One thing leads to another and soon the two of them are fighting off criminals ad protecting the innocent, to an extent. Well worth a look at.
From Hee Jung Park comes ten stories of love, sadness, longing and alienation. A young man finds himself continuously drawn into the orbit of future suicide victims, while another finds redemption in an unlikely ally. And an apathetic lover can only enliven his pallid relationship with the crimson color of blood... (Source: Tokyopop)
Dragon Tiger Gate
Oriental Heroes is a popular Hong Kong-based manhua created by Wong Yuk Long, a writer/artist responsible for also creating a number of other popular manhua titles. It was created in 1970, and it continues to be published today. The book was the first Hong Kong manhua title based on action and fighting, often borrowing from the wuxia literary world. It established a new action genre of Hong Kong manhua and spawned many imitators. The theme of its stories often revolve around brotherhood and the fight for justice. The 2006 movie Dragon Tiger Gate was based on this manhua. Oriental Heroes is the book's official English name. Its Chinese name is pronounced in Cantonese, Lùhng Fú Mùhn (simplified Chinese: 龙虎门; traditional Chinese: 龍虎門; pinyin: Lóng Hǔ Mén). This name translates as "Dragon Tiger Gate" in English, and is in reference to the name of the fictional kungfu school and organization that is a major subject matter in the book. Oriental Heroes was first published in 1970 under the title Little Rascals (traditional Chinese: 小流氓; Cantonese Yale: Síu Làuh Màhn). It featured stories about young people living in public housing estates in Hong Kong fighting gangsters and criminals. The heroes of the stories exhibited antisocial behaviours, but routinely fought for justice. In the early years of the book's run, the fighting was very graphically illustrated. Various weapons were used, where spilled blood, internal organs, guts, and bones were shown in the injuries that the characters sustained. People criticised the graphic violence depicted in Oriental Heroes and other similar action genre manhua, eventually leading to the enactment of the Indecent Publication Law in 1975, banning explicit violence in manhua. (Source: Wikipedia)
Daddy Long Legs
Left to the naive but good-hearted high school girl Cha Young-mi's own devices after the tragic loss of her parents, Young-mi is determined to overcome whatever hardships the future may bring in order to complete her education. Through the help of an invisible benefactor who pays for her tuition fees and other necessary expenses, Young-mi is able to finish her studies and is offered her dream job as program writer for a radio station. It is there that she meets and falls in love with her colleague Kim Joon-hoo. After Young-mi discovers a desperate message left behind by the former owner of her computer she decides to do something to help this heartbroken person… (Source: DVD Asia.com)
All Night Long
"Why don't you try it out?" These were the words Akashi Noboru's friends uttered to him when he found out that a school hottie, Yagi Tomohiro, was gay. Noboru who was already contemplating the fact that he himself might be gay, egged on by what his friends said, makes the move. (Source: Hoshikuzuu Scans)
Long & Beautiful Life
1-2. Long & Beautiful Life 2-4. Mizutama 5. Nettai Urin no Yoru 6. Shinrinyoku 7. Ai ni Tsuite
Hua Hua You Long
In order to help their leader find a wife, the bandits kidnaps a woman from the mountains and offers her to him. The leader of the mountain stronghold, Lu Cang falls in love at first sight with the absolutely stunning beauty! However, on the night of the consummation... (Source: Kiwimyweewee)
Innocence: After the Long Goodbye
Taking place before the movie, Innocence, the novel is told from Batou's perspective and surrounds his search for his dog Gabriel. (Source: Wikipedia, edited)
Song of the Long March
Chang An in the Tang Dynasty of China (618–907): The demon star is passing through the sky, calamity is about to befall the Tang Dynasty. Princess Yongning is forced to flee the castle after her family is killed. Because she is young, she is able to pass for a boy and becomes renowned as a great military strategist. On her journey, she makes trusted allies with her skills as well as fearsome enemies while aiming to protect the Tang Dynasty and exact revenge.