Blood-drinking Always Works
To find the truth of her brother's death, young girl Chu Ye is accidentally involved in a fantastic world of oil painting, in a world ruled by vampires, humans are nothing but meals. Accidentally saved by the vampire hunter Edward, Chu Ye finds that he is actually a vampire?! Then why does he stand by humans' side? Why is Chu Ye's brother missing? This is a different love story between a human and a vampire!
[email protected] Works Presents: Scratch Stories
A collection of shorts (and not so short) stories of different genre, Free to Read for everybody! Fantasy, sci-fi, humour, drama, romance, suspense, gore, pshycological, thriller. Straight or lgbt. All drawn in sketches, because the author can't draw. (aside from some collaborative works) If you find a story you like and would like to collaborate, please dm me.
My Boyfriend Works In A Gentleman's Club
She is forced to marry someone rich to save her brother. Not wanting to marry a stranger, she looks for ways to have the marriage called off. She ran into a handsome man at a club, and thought that they wouldn’t meet again after one-night stand, but this man turned out to be an overbearing CEO?!
Witch Craft Works
Action Fantasy Supernatural
Takamiya Honoka is a regular student whose only problem seems to be that he sits next to Kagari Ayaka, the school's #1 beauty. They have never spoken to each other before and any small interaction between them immediately results in her fanclub beating him. Yet when a falling part of the school's building is about to send him to the afterlife, it's Kagari that comes to his rescue. Only... she's dressed as a witch, carrying him in her arms and floating on a broom?! Kagari tells him it is her mission to protect him and that now she can finally protect him openly rather than undercover. (Source: MU)
Circlet Princess: First Bout
Action School Sci-Fi
In the near future, an advanced AR technology known as Mixed Reality System has become widespread and introduced to the world a new sport. Circlet Bout is particularly popular with high school girls with successful players achieving nationwide fame. Sasaki Yuuka has just transferred to Saint Union Academy, but can she revive its ailing Circlet Bout team? (Source: Tokyo Otaku Mode)
Houkai Seiki Joxer
Adventure Super Power
The "Great Destruction" was a tumultuous event which tore the world asunder and reduced it to a vast desert known as the "Dry Aqua." With this event creating rifts in time and space, powerful creatures have emerged into the world. Luckily, civilization has been able to hold against them through the use of "Maki," magical vessels that can contain and restrain the beasts. However, depending on the user, Maki can be just as harmful as they are helpful. Travelling through the Dry Aqua is aged veteran Len and his young companion Jou, hunters who use Maki to capture their marks. However, they also have special targets: "Shadow Eaters," soldiers who once merged together with their Maki but are now unable to control themselves. To keep society safe, the pair task themselves with cleansing the Dry Aqua of this threat. However, once a soldier himself, Len will not be able to escape his sins from the past for much longer. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Sonshi no Heihou
How to guarantee a surefire victory in all possible situations?! Simply follow the commandments set forth by Sun Tzu’s “The Art of War,” today considered one of the Seven Military Classics of the Far East. This oldest and possibly greatest military treatise emerged from Ancient China’s long history of warfare and Sun Tzu’s desire to share his ideas about “invincibility” and survival in battle. What decides victory and defeat in battle? What is the best possible strategy...? Find out in this comic book based on the ancient military treatise which describes ways to guarantee a surefire victory in every possible field by analyzing and penetrating the essence of war. (Source: Jmanga)
Kouga Yun - Best Early Works Collection
A collection of Kouga Yun's best early oneshots. Part of The Best Comic Writers in Japan series. 1. Yakusoku no Natsu 2. Hot Stuff '88 3. 9 Gatsu no Natsu 4. Ookami wo Meguru Houken
Wagahai wa Neko de Aru
I Am a Cat satirizes human beings from an innovative perspective! Natsume Souseki's first novel, that has become a timeless story representative of the beginning of modern Japan, is now adapted into comic format! (Source: Jmanga)
Ginga Tetsudou no Yoru
Giovanni, along with his best friend Campanella, boards a train traversing the Cosmos and sets off for a mysterious new world. Kenji Miyazawa's timeless literary masterpiece illustrated in manga! (Source: Jmanga)
Amidst chants of "Heil Hitler," Germany's most celebrated leader, Adolf Hitler, addresses the nation. Under Hitler's leadership, the country has undergone monumental development, overcoming the humiliation of its World War I loss and growing into a fearsome military superpower. As Hitler addresses the growth of his nation, he reaffirms the importance of the German nationalistic spirit and warns against the arising Jewish threat. As he finishes his speech, Hitler raises his right arm in a final salute amidst the thundering roar of the crowd, having full confidence that he and his country will make their mark on history. Growing up in a small town in Austria, Hitler was introduced to German nationalism at a young age. His parents had opposing views on his early interest in art—harsh disapproval from his father and loving support from his mother. As a result, he was unfazed by the death of his father, yet utterly devastated by the death of his mother. Eventually, he applied to a fine arts school in Vienna, and to his frustration, was rejected immediately. This forced him to live on the streets, where he was was first exposed to antisemitism. Though skeptical at first, Hitler eventually adopts this ideology, soon transforming into a charismatic leader—and an influential one who would shift the balance of power in the world and dramatically alter the course of history. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Manga version of the novel The War of the Worlds by Herbert George Wells.