Soul to Seoul
Kai and Spike are best of friends. They have a common background, the fact that they are both half Koreans. They both feel alone and mistreated, angry towards the world, and uncomfortable in their own house. One day in the middle of black Harlem, they accidentally encounter a Korean foreign student, Sunil, and both become interested in her... (Source: Tokyopop)
Cat Shit One
Inside the jungles of Vietnam, a courageous Special Ops. Unit is fighting the most infamous war of decades past—the Vietnam War. This bold account follows the brave exploits of Sergeant "Perky" Perkins and his unit...of rabbits! Join Rats, Perky and Botaski as they fight against the cats of the Viet Cong. From the Tet Offensive to the My Canh bombing, watch these commando-style bunnies through an anthropomorphic lens as events unfold and violence erupts. On-human cast of characters notwithstanding, this compelling and painstakingly-researched work places an emphasis on factualism in order to accurately portray the events of the Vietnam War. With a fresh perspective on one of history's greatest calamities, Apocalypse Meow is a daring new take on a conflict that won't soon be forgotten...especially after these young rabbits are done! (Source: Manga Sketchbook)
Shishunki Miman Okotowari
Higuchi Asuka's mother dies shortly after she tells her teenage daughter who her father is. Only knowing the family name "Sudou," Asuka goes in search to find her absent father. On her journey, she finds a guy being rather rough with a younger girl. Unable to resist, Asuka steps in by battering the guy with her motorcycle. When she discovers it was a big misunderstanding (Manato was just trying to get his sister Kazusa to go home), she drives them back to their house. Once there, Asuka finds out that Manato and Kazusa are the Sudou family she's been looking for, but the father isn't there, not to mention their mother also being dead since long ago. With no other leads, Asuka decides to move in as the big sister until their father shows up. Things get tricky when love builds within the complex family relationship... (Source: MU) Included one-shot: Volume 3: Otome no Jijou
Tsukasa Miyu's life revolved around only one thing- swimming. She gets admitted to Tenkai Academy on a swimming scholarship. However, before the start of high school, she encountered Suzuki Aoi and gets drawn into a world that doesn't involve just swimming anymore...
Hitotsu Yane no Shita no
High School freshman Yuzuriha Kyuuta made a promise with his childhood friend Ririko to marry her when they grow up. Being seperated from her since elementary school he now enrolls at her school, a former all girls private school for rich young ladies which has just opened its gates for male students, to meet her again. But upon meeting her, it turns out he has to live in the girls dorm and she is the dorm head!? And what's more, she doesn't seem to remember him at all! Just how will Kyuuta be able to keep his promise? (Source: MU)
Koi wa Hito no Hoka
The manga follows Sayo, who made a promise to a boy when she was a young girl. Since then, time has passed, and Sayo no longer has the appearance of a coward as she once did. Suddenly, that young boy appears in front of Sayo once again. Is he her ideal prince, or something else? (Source: ANN) Included one-shot: Volume 1: Haru no Ame (Spring Rain)
A young boy from the future meets a girl of our time. Their school life will completely change...