Comedy Fantasy Game
It follows the traditional 4koma with non-canon meetings between characters from both universes. The first few comics have mostly .hack//Games humor, but the majority explore the idea of inserting Kite and his friends into the .hack//G.U. storyline. Most of the humor comes from Kite's altered personality or the exaggerated personalities of other characters, mainly Atoli. (Source: dothack.wikia)
Comedy Romance School
The male lead has gynophobia due to a traumatic experience. Under his sister, who is a nun with little brother-complex, recommendation, he entered a previously all-female school that now has 9:1 female to male ratio. This is a story of that man with the Queen of the school, who has demanded him to work for her as her secretary.
H2O: Footprints in the Sand
Drama Fantasy Romance
H₂O's story revolves around Takuma Hirose, a blind young male junior-high school student, though the cause for his blindness is undetermined. After his mother died an unexpected death, it left a deep emotional scar on him, which caused him to become very lonely and reserved. Due to this, Takuma and his father move from the city out into a rural area and Takuma is enrolled into a new junior-high school. At his new school, he meets several new girls, though three of whom he gets to know the most out of anyone else. They are, the firm and obstinate Hayami Kohinata, the kind and obliging Hinata Kagura, and the cheerful and mysterious Otoha.
Kagerou Daze Koushiki Anthology Comic: Upper
An anthology of Kagerou Daze pop and comedy themed stories by various authors.
Martial Arts Romance Shoujo
Asuka is a typical high school girl with two big loves in her life: Judo, and Kujyo-senpai. One day, Asuka finally gathers up her nerve to confess her feelings to Kujyo-senpai. But before she can do so, a boy from her past transfers to her school and challenges Asuka to a judo match--if he wins, Asuka will have to be his girlfriend for three months. Who is this boy? Will Asuka ever get a chance to confess to Kujyo-senpai? Who will win this match?
Kimi no Mukougawa
Drama Shounen Ai
Shou and Takashi were best friends in junior high, but aburptly, Shou moved away. Now, in their first year of high school, they meet up again. Takashi is thrilled! But Shou is giving him the cold shoulder. (Source: MU)
Comedy Romance Shoujo
Aoyagi, a gardening otaku joins the school baseball to get the attention of the guy she likes... But what happens when they have to compete over the same position in the team?
Drama Slice of Life Seinen
Seiichi Hayashi produced Sekishoku Elegy between 1969 and 1970, in the aftermath of a politically turbulent and culturally vibrant decade that promised but failed to deliver new possibilities. With a combination of sparse line work and visual codes borrowed from animation and film, the quiet melancholy lives of a young couple struggling to make ends meet are beautifully captured in this poetic masterpiece. Uninvolved with the political movements of the time, Ichirou and Sachiko hope for something better, but they're no revolutionaries; their spare time is spent drinking, smoking, daydreaming, and sleeping—together and at times with others. While Ichirou attempts to make a living from his comics, Sachiko's parents are eager to arrange a marriage for her, but Ichirou doesn't seem interested. Both in their relationship and at work, Ichirou and Sachiko are unable to say the things they need to say, and like any couple, at times say things to each other that they do not mean, ultimately communicating as much with their body language and what remains unsaid as with words. (Source: Drawn and Quaterly)
This tongue-in-cheek semi-autobiography follows the absurdly gruesome adventures of a lonely boy and his singularly crazed family. His escape from the madness that surrounds him is his collection of pickled animal and human body parts, to which he adds as one family member after another meet with a grotesque and sometimes terrifyingly funny death... (Source: MU)