Strike Witches: Suomus Iran-ko Chuutai Series
Strike Witches takes place in a world similar to Earth, but where magic exists. Magic abilities appear almost exclusively among young women, and usually disappears with age. However, these abilities are generally limited to raising a simple protective magic field, or moving objects slightly at a distance, or for some, flying on a broom. Then, in the 16th and 17 centuries, humanity entered into an age of discovery, highlighted by the Britannian witch Jamie Watt's invention of the magic engine, a steam-powered mechanical device which could boost a witch's natural magic powers several times over, which could then be used to drive all types of machinery. The magic engine was soon put to use in all forms of industry and transport, increasing production to levels previously thought impossible. However, together with this huge increase in magic usage, sightings of the Neuroi, enigmatic lifeforms which had been spotted on scarce occasions for centuries, also began to increase exponentially. Appearing in countries all over the world, the Neuroi spread a noxious miasma, putrefying the land and consuming all types of metals, and they began encroaching on human territory. Normal soldiers could do nothing against that miasma, and humanity was on its last legs, with no choice but to retreat time and time again. It was then that it was discovered that a witch's protective field could block the miasma, and with the power of a magic engine, witches joined the battlefield. With the ability to easily wield weapons which would normally be far too heavy, imbue their attacks with magic, fly through the air freely, and block enemy attacks with magic fields, witches began to turn the tide against the Neuroi invasion. These witches, together with the Striker Units they wore, were known as "Strike Witches". In 1939, as the European mainland faced the crisis of a Neuroi invasion of unprecedented scale, Imperial Army and Navy Witches from the far off Fuso Empire were sent to the battlefield as volunteer soldiers. One such Imperial Army Witch, Anabuki Tomoko, an ace and hero to the people after her outstanding service during the Neuroi raid known as the "Fuso Sea Incident", had been expecting to be sent to Karlsland, where the heaviest fighting was going on. However, she was instead deployed to the northernmost extreme of Europe, Suomus. There she meets the rest of her future fellow squadron members, none of whom had ever made a name for themselves in their former countries, instead being treated nearly like outcasts, half-baked witches without any talent or motivation. It's now up to the "Misfits Squadron", or officially the "Suomus Independent Volunteer Air Squadron", to find out how they can stand up to the Neuroi menace. (Source: Baka-Tsuki)
Harlem Beat wa Yoake made
A supernatural comedy about the prince of Hell and his cat who ran away together from Hell. Somehow upon entering the human world, the prince's appearances changes from tall, dark,and buff to short,light and skinny. And his cat becomes a tall busty female. Now the prince is living life as a regular highschool student and the cat is the school's nurse. Meanwhile, King of Hell sent a womanizing vampire, a short temper werewolf, and a kind hearted zombie to retrieve his son. (Source: MU)
Sequel to the Psycho-Pass series, taking place one-and-a-half year later. Having learned the true nature of the Sybil System, Akane Tsunemori chose to obey the system, believing in both humanity and the legal order. She's part of a new police section and spends her everyday life facing down criminals. Unbeknownst to Akane, however, a monster who will shake the system to its core is about to appear before her. (Source: ANN)
2-dome no Koi wa Usotsuki
Sumi has hopelessly loved Natsuki since she was 18. Now she's 28-years-old, works at a cosmetics company, and has managed to miss out on most of her prime dating years by pining after one boy. One day, an interesting new cafeteria opens at Sumi's company, a 'garçon' style restaurant staffed by pretty young men. One of those men is Natsuki's younger brother, Satsuki! Satsuki knows about her long-standing crush, and teases her mercilessly. However, when she is crushed by the news of Natsuki's impending marriage, Satsuki helps her save face. Could there be something between Sumi and Satsuki, or is he just messing with her? (Source: MangaHelpers) Included one-shot: Volume 4: Watashi wa Cherry
Four teenage boys are struck by lightning and live. A strange girl named Shuri comes to the boys. She tells them a parallel gate has opened and demons and monsters will enter into our world. But only if the four beasts, that now reside in each boy, don't close the gate. Now begins their trial. Can these boys close the gate without dying?
Deus Ex machina
Clockworkers- mechanical men, created during the war as a weapon to kill as many as possible. That war may be long over, but rogue Clockworkers are still roaming about, spreading fear and death wherever they go. Machina's a member of the CWA, an organization dedicated to the destruction of these rogue robots. Along with Deus, her Clockworker partner, she travels the country in pursuit of these dangerous robots... (Source: Horobi no Michi)
When they were little Eiko and Haruka liked to play superhero, although Eiko was better at it. But then Eiko had to move away, and they promised each other that they would keep on being superheroes. Now Haruka is in high school and is a fairly ordinary girl, and Eiko has moved back – and kept up her end of the bargain. (Source: Natsuyume)
Joey wants to be a hero, but he's just an orphan who works day and night to take care of himself and his grandmother. After seeing a commercial for a toy robot, he desperately wants one, thinking the robot will give him the strength to change. The only one he can afford, though, is a broken one a rich school bully threw in the trash. When Lina, a pretty cheerleader who's always been nice to him, is kidnapped, will Joey and his toy robot be able to become heroes and rescue her?
Chibi Geass: 4-koma no Lelouch
A series of 4 Koma and parodies of the series "Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion", drawn in SD style, by "A's Maria". It's comprised of several short chapters, published by Kadokawa Shoten.