Shounen no Zankyou
In that gymnasium in a boarding school, singing a song had a special meaning.
ComedySlice of Life
The everyday adventures of an ordinary high school girl who moves in with her sister-in-law's family.
Kabushikigaisha Love Cotton
15-year-old Naru Kinboshi usually travels around the world with her parents and her little brother. But when they go on a trip to Kenya, Naru doesn't want to accompany them, so she stays with her little brother in Japan. But renting a place is too expensive and she barely has any money to start with. By luck, Naru finds a job at a boutique that belonged to her grandmother, Venus. (Source: MU)
Wata no Kuni Hoshi
Chibi-Neko is a young kitten who has been abandoned. She doesn't know she has been abandoned, and doesn't know the difference between cats and humans. Indeed, she imagines herself as a human girl and believes she will become human someday. She is found and rescued by a boy named Tokio, who has just graduated from high school. However, he flunked the entrance exams and now is not sure of his future or what he will do. Chibi-Neko soon begins to love Tokio and wants to become a human and marry him someday. But then she sees Tokio with another girl in the park, and sees that he is in love with this girl. She also keeps getting visited by Raphael, a mysterious male cat who tries to tell her that cats cannot become human, they are always cats. What will Chibi-Neko do? (Source: MU)
Wanko ni Kuchizuke
Kazura has an unusual job in a department that handles clearing out demons and spirits. Her teammates include a super-otaku, a former delinquent with fire powers, a drunken magic sword wielder, a British exorcist and a powerful Buddhist monk. Kazura's role is not so glamorous, though. She forms a team with her manager, as a vessel for the dog spirits he controls. When he kisses her, she is possessed by the powerful dog spirit Bentengou for about five minutes, after which she usually wakes up to herself doing something embarassing, like licking her "master's" face! (Source: MangaHelpers)
Two siblings, brother and sister, have been separated for a long time when meet up again. They soon learn that they were separated due to the fact that they were children of an ex-ruler from a small country. High-school girl and orphan Mahiro has had a hard life after her parents' death. Now, suddenly, while she is at work, two young men push her into a car and- OMG- kidnap her! With family united again and some nasty assassination attempts, Mahiro's life changes drastically. (Source: MU)
Boku to Majo no Jikan
It was supposed to be a lucky day for Tsuzuri Enji, a fortune-telling loving high-schooler. With hopes of running into a girl on his way to school, he gets hit by a truck and dies. But then one week later he wakes up. How did he survive? And just who is this weird girl? A news series about a boy and a witch.
Code Geass: Soubou no Oz
Code Geass: Soubou no Oz is a spin-off that was published in Hobby Japan magazine and Kadokawa Shoten's Newtype Ace magazine. The story takes place between the first and second season of the TV anime and is told from two perspectives. The photo story in Hobby Japan centers around Orpheus Zevon, a young terrorist with the Knightmare Frame Byakuen who is in pursuit of his lover's killer. The manga in Newtype Ace revolves around Oldrin Zevon, a girl in the Britannia Empire's anti-terrorist unit Glinda Knights who pilots the KMF Lancelot Grail. (Source: Code Geass Wikia)
In the year 2999, only eleven cities still survive on Earth. The climate has changed drastically, and a biochemical apocalypse has made women extinct. For centuries, the male population of Earth has survived by depending on only one woman, called the Holy Mother, whose ova are harvested to create genetically engineered children. By now, any concept of a world in which women exist as ordinary people is long gone. Society has re-structured itself around all-male families, and gay relationships have become the norm. At the beginning of Marginal, the Holy Mother is assassinated by a terrorist known as Grinja. The government in power doesn't want to start a mass panic, so it pretends that the Holy Mother has only shed her vessel, and that she will be miraculously "reborn" in the near future. The public, which is superstitious and devout, believes this easily. Only government officials know that behind the scenes, there is a frantic effort to create a new being with an XXY chromosome -- a male capable of giving birth. (This is a BL misrepresentation of an actual phenomenon known as Klinefelter's Syndrome.) The manga's story revolves around one such boy -- Kira, the product of a genetic experiment, who becomes involved in a three-way relationship with Grinja, the aforementioned terrorist, and Ashijin, a young man who calls himself Kira's owner. A complex plot and flawless world-building make the story irresistible, and Kira's search for freedom is as symbolic as it is gripping. (Source: The Pink Panzer)
Naota's life is not simple. He lives with his eccentric father and grandfather in a city distinguished by a gigantic hand-iron shaped factory perched on a hill. His brother's ex-girlfriend makes passes at him. And to top it all off, an impish, playful alien has run him over with her Vespa and smacked him in the head with a bass guitar! Little does he know that this is only the beginning of his involvement in an interplanetary ideological war. (Source: Tokyopop)