Aoi is a Ravant, an artificially created human with a limited lifespan. He works as a courier who traverses long distances in impossibly short periods of time, by crossing through the Jihai (wasteland), where supposedly nothing can live. When a delivery goes awry and the recipient tries to kill him, Aoi is rescued and taken to a town with an orphanage that isn't at all what it seems. Most of the kids there have some special, super-human ability. Will the people and children of this town be allies in Aoi's search for vengance... or an even greater threat?
The main heroine of this history is Tsubaki Kamui, the granddaughter of a noted antiquarian. One day, in her shop comes a mysterious man, Sena Takuto. He is trying to find proof that he is indeed the grandson of the last surviving member of the Russian Empire, Anastasia. In his possession is something he wants Kamui's grandfather to see and appraise to prove his claim. However it seems like something of great importance to the late Anastasia was stolen recently. Does Takuto have anything to do with this? Will he succeed in his quest to prove his lineage? And what does Kamui have to do with this? (Source: Selene Scans)
Tsumasakidachi no Alice
Alice is a person with a firm character. Her daily routine is looking after her childhood friend, Yuutarou. But that changes when a certain person makes his appearance...? (Source: Lemonade Scans)
Based on the Garouden manga. A short 2 volume manga about two males whose goals are to become number one in life (and their success). The plot outlines the protagonist, Tanba and a former sumo wrestller turned high school teacher, Kiriu and their head to head combat, from the eyes and views of the main character, Shinichi Kido.
The final volume of Maniac Road has come and gone, but author Kurihashi delves deeper into the otaku crazed world of fandom with "Pretty Maniacs". Hoping to further the manga/anime craze, Takezou sets up a sister shop in the U.S. He leaves his sister to help at the Maniac Road store. Bitten hard by the otaku bug, Takezou's sis quickly enlists the aid of some quirky but talanted anime-philes. Watch as this new zany bunch of cute otaku girls match wits with other fans in this humorous and off beat romp through the world of Japanese fandom. (Source: DrMaster)
Hyobi is a famous teen star on TV who lived her whole life as her mama’s doll. Suddenly, Hyobi’s mother decides to send her back to high school on a whim. Hyobi is confused and lost in the process, and even worse, she doesn’t have a single friend at school. Then she meets a girl named Soyule, an outcast of the class, and her childhood friend Chanbi. Now, Hyobi seeks comfort in Soyule and Chanbi because they don’t know who Hyobi really is outside of school... (Source: Eclipse Scans and Evil Flowers)
Gekka Mugentan: Kaminashi Yoru no Otogibanashi
Ever since the school entrance ceremony, Sayako, a high school student, has been wary of her classmate Rou who is in the same committee. However, Rou harbors the secret of his true identity. Sayako's body began to change, and she realizes that her peaceful days are over. As the gears quietly turn, the frightening door of fate opens! (Source: Midnight Scans)
Tenshi no Hane to Akuma no Shippo
Luca, a devil who entered a school for Angels, made a contract with a strange angel Haniel, and became a knight of the school. On a mission to stop the prophecy of a “great catastrophe,” he cannot leave the school and instead has to cooperate with others, like Lilith, an angel with red wings to figure out just what is in store for them. (Source: Aerandria)
After dropping out of the art school in Hokkaido, Hibino Ryouichiro moves to Tokyo and starts a living as a novice ero-manga artist Hanabino Q-ichiro. (Source: MU)
The troubles of Kazuno, proprietor of the Japanese-style café "An", are thus: There aren't enough customers, the coffee she makes is really horrible, and… she's getting stalker-ish marriage proposals from her regular customer, the Arabian prince Ashraf!? With no regard for their differences in social status! A nutty, princely comedy! (Source: Mad Hatter Scans)