Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha StrikerS THE COMICS
Chapters 1-3 are the events that occurred between the end of A's and the start of StrikerS. Chapters 4-12 are side stories about the characters. Chapters 13 & 14 are the events that occurred after the end of StrikerS. Chapter 15 is a special from Megami September 2009 (also events after the end of StrikerS).
Stylish Charisma Gal Ririko becomes an amateur detective on the streets of Shibuya to impress police detective Nii, a man she's adored since childhood and regards as her fiance. However, Nii frowns upon the excesses of gal style, so Ririko has to quickly transform herself into a demure uni student each time she sees him.
Chieri (Cherry) was living an ordinary life, until her sister Ichigo (Strawberry) suddenly left her child Momo (Peach) on Chieri's doorstep. Momo is an infant; how is Chieri supposed to take care of a baby while still in high school!? To make matters even more frustrating, two guys are fighting for Chieri's love...!? (Source: Nagareboshi Manga)
Ookamikakushi: Kokihi no Shou
A 16-year-old boy, Hiroshi Kuzumi, has recently moved into a new town in the mountains. The town is separated into new and old streets by the river, and many mysterious local cultures still remain. Although confused and enjoying his new life, one person kept her distance from him: class committee member Kushinada Nemura. In their few encounters she gave him a word of advice: "Stay away from the old streets." (Source: MU)
Hina Nobara is a girl from a good family who is the student morality officer for her school, the private Matsubase Academy. One day, a group of four sexy guys from the neighboring delinquent boys high school suddenly appeared before the sober and serious Nobara. They were incredibly attractive, but they were also the worst sort of people. Will they keep the innocent Nobara on their hook!? Good-looking and thrilling! This school diary of swoon-worthy gorgeousness and passion is beginning!! (Source: Moustache Scans) Included one-shot: Volume 3: Gyakuten Renai Game
HistoricalSlice of LifeSeinen
Slowly but surely he takes a promenade through Edo. "Furari" could be translated as 'aimlessly', 'at random', 'bend with the wind' or 'go with the flow'. But our stroller this time leaves nothing to chance. Jiro Taniguchi returns with this delightful and insightful tale of life in a Japan long forgotten. Inspired by an historical figure, Tadataka Ino (1745 – 1818), Taniguchi invites us to join this unnamed but appealing and picturesque figure as he strolls through the various districts of Edo, the ancient Tokyo, with its thousand little pleasures. Now retired from business he surveys, measures, draws and takes notes whilst giving free rein to his taste for simple poetry and his inexhaustible capacity for wonder. As he did in The times of Botchan with lead character the writer Soseki, Taniguchi slips easily into the heart and mind of this early cartographer and reveals his world to us in full graphic detail so we may fully perceive and understand. (Source: Ponent Mon)
A girl named Jessie Jackson comes from a special tribe of Blue Ramun (Blue Blood). Their blood is used as medicine and healing agents for almost any sickness whether in its purest form or mixed in with other herbal remedies. As Jessie comes of age at 15, she must leave their tribe to help those in need and she is assigned to the Lezak district with the handsome captain named Eagle and happy-go-lucky doctor/priest Randy. As she is now alone without her tribe members with her, Jessie strives to fulfill the difficult task bestowed upon her, thereby learning the strength of not only her body, but her spirit as well. (Source: Aerandria)