Sorenara Heart ni Kiitemiro!
Himemiya, Suzukake, and Sakurai. These three people's personal history and circumstances are completely different but they are all students attending the same high school. After an unexpected accident these three start remembering memories from a past life. "The next time we are reborn, let us be happy like we were then..." (Source: Silver Lining)
Higurashi no Naku Koro ni: Yoigoshi-hen
Twenty years ago, a poisonous gas erupted from a nearby swamp and killed thousands of people in the village of Hinamizawa. In the years since the "Great Hinamizawa Disaster," people have avoided the town and prefer to forget that it ever existed. However, on one particular night, five strangers find their way to this abandoned village tucked away in the mountains. In Yoigoshi-hen—a possible future outcome of Tsumihoroboshi-hen—Mion Sonozaki, a former resident of the village, arrives at Hinamizawa's now-dilapidated Furude Shrine, seeking shelter from the rain. Along the way, she meets Akira Otobe, whose friends have disappeared. As they enter the shrine, they find others already there, also taking shelter. But when a murder takes place among them, suspicions run high, and some begin to suspect Mion herself: after all, Mion died in the Great Hinamizawa Disaster 20 years ago. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
1. "Mukashi-mukashi" ("Once Upon a Time") 2. Mata Kondo ne (See You Next Time) 3. Koakuma to Yoru (Imp in the Night) 4. Kottouya Sakuradou (Sakura Antique Store) 5. Shiroi Kumo (White Clouds) 6. Hizumi no Oka (Molehill) 7. Yume no Kuni (The Land of Dreams) 8. Budou Tsumami (Grape Harvest) 9. Ouchi ni Kaerou (Let's Go Home) 10. Hana no Hanashi (The Story of a Flower) 11. Hana no Saku Michi (The Road Where Flowers Bloom) 12. Tamago no Mizu (Egg Water) 13. Hoppie's Bear 14. "Aru Tokoro e" ("To a Certain Place")
DramaSlice of LifeSeinen
Ian, a young man with a fractured family history, travels from Australia to England to America in the hope of realizing his dreams and reuniting with his beloved sister. His story unfolds backwards through the framing narrative of Jim, a reporter driven to capture Ian's experiences in a novel: not simple. A story within a story, a book within a book, a tale about the search for family, for an emotional home. (Source: VIZ Media)
ComedySchoolSlice of Life
Yui, Mio, Ritsu, and Tsumugi embark on their college adventures! It will take some time for the girls to get used to life away from their families and adjust to the pace of college life, but there's one aspect of their new situation that there's no uncertainty about-joining the pop music club! But they aren't the only high school band making their debut on the college scene. Is Afterschool Tea Time ready to perform alongside the hard-rocking rhythms of The Girlz?! (Source: Yen Press)
Owari Nochi, Asanagi-kurashi.
FantasySlice of Life
A young girl named Nagi and a giant spider make an unusual pair in this post-apocalyptic story, but living in the mountains is lonely, and they've managed to find each other. Join them in their strangely sweet domestic bliss as they spend their days sharing tea and throwing picnics, proving that love (and delicious food) can bring together even the most unlikely of friends. (Source: Seven Seas Entertainment)
Trinity Seven: Levi Ninden
A spin-off of Trinity Seven: 7-nin no Mashotsukai focused on Levi Kazama.
One Piece Log Book Omake
Interestingly, one of the features that most of the Logs share are the publication of some omakes, an English loanword in Japanese for remakes. Those remake comics are three-page ones that tend to parody other genres. Those side comics were drawn when Oda was given three sheets of blank paper by his editor and told to draw anything. Animated versions, subtitled as Mugiwara Theater, were broadcasted on October 2006 along recap episodes 279 to 283. They featured omakes released from 2nd to 7th Logs. Some omakes were released outside of the Logs. They're listed below with the others: * Blue Databook 4 koma (8 pages) * The 2nd Log: Report Time * The 3rd Log: Obahan Time * The 5th Log: Jingi-nai Time * The 6th Log: Chopper Man * The 7th Log: Monster Time * Yellow Databook: Space Time * 10th Treasures: Third Year Class SEA Time * The 10th Log: Märchen Time * The 13th Log: Family Time * The 14th Log: Ed Sullivan Show * The 15th Log: Detective Loomes * The 16th Log: Circus Time * The 20th Log: RPG Time Chopperman has starred in the animated New Year's Special filler that aired on December 23 2007. Episode 369 also featured a special Easter egg referring to Chopperman when Oz suddenly discovered the cockpit in its stomach and called itself "Oz Bomber." (Source: One Piece Wikia)
20 Seiki Shounen Tanteidan
Kenji was born in 1960. At that time, Japan was running toward the future. In the time of the economic growth, Japanese children saw a lot of cultural movement. Some are gone, some remain. "20th century boys" this based on that chaos. Kentaro Takekuma, who was born in the same year as Kenji, is going to reexamine the culture of that period. This is the best guidebook to understand the background of 20th Century Boys.
Café Kichijouji de
"Irasshai!" Welcome to the most unruly cafe in Kichijouji and its charming staff of five who have absolutely nothing in common. When tempers rise, so do mop handles, giant boulders and repair bills. Meet Jun, a mild mannered high school student with a sharp tongue and superhuman strength. Tarou, a clean freak with a deadly aim in the art of mopping. Maki, a sloppy, lazy woman chaser. Minagawa, a talented pastry chef equally skilled in the arts of voodoo, and the impulsive, cheerful, though desperately unfortunate Tokumi. A feast of comedy based on the popular Japanese radio drama. (Source: DMP)