Fundy, a brilliant game coder just finished adding some interesting changes in CraftMain. Dream immediately notifies the team to try this out. What can possibly go wrong you ask...?
Cattleya is a young swordwoman searching for the culprit behind a series of random killings. She suspects a man called Yajou, but is surprised when he offers to find the real culprit. What is the truth behind the random. (Source: MU)
One day, Kikuchi-sensei was on the train going to his new job, when he began to notice that every man in the car was watching him... But then, were they harassing him?! If it wasn't for the young Akane, who knows what might have happened? But it doesn't stop there... at school, everywhere, men are harassing him...! (Source: Girls' Generation Scanlations)
It is said that there is a legendary catcher who can turn any pitcher he forms a battery with into a star. But this catcher requires something in return—the pitcher's soul. That is why the catcher is also known as the Grim Reaper. The pitcher will throw his soul into each pitch until that pitcher dies. But for down-on-his-luck pitcher Ryo Arakami, this may be the deal he was looking for after all! (Source: VIZ Media)
Mahiru meets one day a black cat in the street and gives him the name Kuro. But Kuro is a servant vampire—and also an extremely lazy one! For he is also known as "Sleepy Ash," the Servamp of inertia, and thus the exact opposite of the ordinary, dutiful Mahiru. To make matters worse, Mahiru unintentionally forms a contract with the bloodsucker and gets embroiled in an ancient conflict between vampires and humans. (Source: Seven Seas)
Strike Witches: Andorra no Majo
A semi-canonical doujin like Afrika no Majo, this one based on the historical events of World War II in Andorra.
Strike Witches Gekijouban: Kaeritai Basho
In 1945, Yoshika Miyafuji, who lost her witch powers during the Strike Witches' last assignment, has been studying to become a doctor. Shizuka Hattori, one of her cadets in the Imperial Fuso Navy, then arrives to deliver a message: Yoshika is to be transferred for study abroad in Europe. (Source: Kadokawa)
Strike Witches: Erica Hartmann 1941
The story follows Erica Hartmann during her time in JG52 in 1941. The Neuroi are on the offensive and it's up to the witches to protect the numerous civilian evacuees. The story also shows the development of Hartmann's and Barkhorn's friendship. (Source: Strike Witches Wiki)
Strike Witches: Tenkuu no Otome-tachi
Manga set in the Strike Witches universe. Miyafuji Yoshika begins is scouted into the Strike Witches unit by Pilot Officer Takei, after she rescues a downed Strike Witch.
Strike Witches: Kimi to Tsunagaru Sora
The Sky That Connects Us, often referred to as "Strike Witches 1.5", is a manga that was published in Nyantype magazine. Additionally, a Tankouban version with all eight chapters was published by Kadowaka at the end of September, 2010. It spans the time between the two seasons of the Anime. It covers the activities of the various members of the 501st after it was disbanded following the destruction of the Neuroi Hive above Gallia. (Source: Strike Witches Wikia)
Strike Witches: Aozora no Otome-tachi
Part of the Strike Witches universe. This one follows Suwa Amaki, as she begins her training to be a Strike Witch.
Strike Witches Zero: 1937 Fusou Kaijihen
The story follows Sakamoto Mio as she receives training to become a Witch from Kitagou Fumika. The plot will later shift to the Fuso Sea Incident as the story progresses. (Source: Strike Witches Wikia)
Strike Witches Gekijouban: 501 Butai Hasshin shimasu!
Parody of the Strike Witches movie.
Strike Witches: Suomus Iran-ko Chuutai Series
Strike Witches takes place in a world similar to Earth, but where magic exists. Magic abilities appear almost exclusively among young women, and usually disappears with age. However, these abilities are generally limited to raising a simple protective magic field, or moving objects slightly at a distance, or for some, flying on a broom. Then, in the 16th and 17 centuries, humanity entered into an age of discovery, highlighted by the Britannian witch Jamie Watt's invention of the magic engine, a steam-powered mechanical device which could boost a witch's natural magic powers several times over, which could then be used to drive all types of machinery. The magic engine was soon put to use in all forms of industry and transport, increasing production to levels previously thought impossible. However, together with this huge increase in magic usage, sightings of the Neuroi, enigmatic lifeforms which had been spotted on scarce occasions for centuries, also began to increase exponentially. Appearing in countries all over the world, the Neuroi spread a noxious miasma, putrefying the land and consuming all types of metals, and they began encroaching on human territory. Normal soldiers could do nothing against that miasma, and humanity was on its last legs, with no choice but to retreat time and time again. It was then that it was discovered that a witch's protective field could block the miasma, and with the power of a magic engine, witches joined the battlefield. With the ability to easily wield weapons which would normally be far too heavy, imbue their attacks with magic, fly through the air freely, and block enemy attacks with magic fields, witches began to turn the tide against the Neuroi invasion. These witches, together with the Striker Units they wore, were known as "Strike Witches". In 1939, as the European mainland faced the crisis of a Neuroi invasion of unprecedented scale, Imperial Army and Navy Witches from the far off Fuso Empire were sent to the battlefield as volunteer soldiers. One such Imperial Army Witch, Anabuki Tomoko, an ace and hero to the people after her outstanding service during the Neuroi raid known as the "Fuso Sea Incident", had been expecting to be sent to Karlsland, where the heaviest fighting was going on. However, she was instead deployed to the northernmost extreme of Europe, Suomus. There she meets the rest of her future fellow squadron members, none of whom had ever made a name for themselves in their former countries, instead being treated nearly like outcasts, half-baked witches without any talent or motivation. It's now up to the "Misfits Squadron", or officially the "Suomus Independent Volunteer Air Squadron", to find out how they can stand up to the Neuroi menace. (Source: Baka-Tsuki)