One Piece Log Book Omake
Interestingly, one of the features that most of the Logs share are the publication of some omakes, an English loanword in Japanese for remakes. Those remake comics are three-page ones that tend to parody other genres. Those side comics were drawn when Oda was given three sheets of blank paper by his editor and told to draw anything. Animated versions, subtitled as Mugiwara Theater, were broadcasted on October 2006 along recap episodes 279 to 283. They featured omakes released from 2nd to 7th Logs. Some omakes were released outside of the Logs. They're listed below with the others: * Blue Databook 4 koma (8 pages) * The 2nd Log: Report Time * The 3rd Log: Obahan Time * The 5th Log: Jingi-nai Time * The 6th Log: Chopper Man * The 7th Log: Monster Time * Yellow Databook: Space Time * 10th Treasures: Third Year Class SEA Time * The 10th Log: Märchen Time * The 13th Log: Family Time * The 14th Log: Ed Sullivan Show * The 15th Log: Detective Loomes * The 16th Log: Circus Time * The 20th Log: RPG Time Chopperman has starred in the animated New Year's Special filler that aired on December 23 2007. Episode 369 also featured a special Easter egg referring to Chopperman when Oz suddenly discovered the cockpit in its stomach and called itself "Oz Bomber." (Source: One Piece Wikia)
20 Seiki Shounen Tanteidan
Kenji was born in 1960. At that time, Japan was running toward the future. In the time of the economic growth, Japanese children saw a lot of cultural movement. Some are gone, some remain. "20th century boys" this based on that chaos. Kentaro Takekuma, who was born in the same year as Kenji, is going to reexamine the culture of that period. This is the best guidebook to understand the background of 20th Century Boys.
Haru and Aki are the masters of the branch store - an old-looking and very unusual shop. It sells only one thing: a special kind of incense that, when burned, allows the user to see and speak with the spirit of the dead person that appears in the smoke. Every customer has a different reason for calling up the dead, and how they use this unusual opportunity is up to them... (Source: Shoujo Sense)
Makoto lives an ordinary life with his father and little sister, after the death of his mother. He spends his days doing the same things—going to school, talking with his friends, hanging out with his girlfriend, and spending time with his family. One day, though, after he rescues a bird from an attacking crow, things take a very different turn. First, his girlfriend breaks up with him, and then, later that night, he's in a terrible traffic accident while running an errand. He awakes in a strange place, with several people and the bird he saved earlier, which now appears to speak English. They explain that he is not yet quite dead, but not necessarily alive, either. The bird offers him a deal: If he works as their miracle deliveryman, he can earn back his life. As a miracle deliveryman, Makoto re-enters the world as a kind of ghost, providing people with letters or packages that give them just what they need in a difficult time. (Source: MangaHelpers)
Kore ga Koi to Iu naraba
Suzuki has always been compared to her sister whether it was with her own love interests that liked her sister or between grades. Being tired of it all, she decides to go to a high school as far as possible from her sister's school. She enjoys her new school very much. One day, after a volleyball game, she sees her senpai crying. After promising to tell no one what she saw, he starts to talk to her. (Source: R83h31_8_J)
Hidan no Aria-chan
The girls of Hidan no Aria star in their own super-deformed 4-koma comic series, most of which fall under girls doing cute things. Not nearly as many guns as you'd expect there to be.
Last Ranker: Be the Last One
Bazalta is a combat association, in which the combatants, or Rankers, are ranked according to their strength. The higher rank you get, the more wealth, fame and power you get, and you may even get the ability to change the world. In short, in Bazalta, "strength is everything". Zig, a young boy from Cantalera, a wandering tribe where fighting and wanting to become stronger is prohibited; after his father fell victim of some monsters, decides to train against the tribe rules, and seeing how despite his training he couldn't save the inhabitants of the tribe from the monsters, he decides to set off on a journey to join Bazalta and make his way to the top. (Source: MU)
The events take place during the Great Exhibition of technological breakthroughs in Victorian England, in mid-nineteenth century. Ray is a boy, the son and grandson of two great inventors, and since he was a little boy he dedicated himself to create amazing machines driven by steam power. One day his grandfather Lloyd returns from the United States, where he is working with his son to a secret project called for the multinational Ohara Foundation, and handing the boy a metal ball that can produce an immense energy. This marks the beginning of the adventures of the boy, who from that moment it will be hunted by the henchmen of the U.S. company and its competitors, eager to retrieve the precious item needed for their major project: the imposing Tower Steam, the ultimate war machine. A clash of generations between father, son and nephew, their world views and values of life, a brilliant critique of modern society and war.
Amamiya Nonoka is a human that can see spirits. Because of the strange ability she posseses, she has no friends at school at all. Suddenly, one day two handsome brothers appear in front of the lonely Nonoka. Aki and Kou, the two of them came to borrow Nonoka's "strange ability"? Not to mention, they are renting parts of their bodies to continue living... (Source: Starry Heaven)