High school delinquent Mura must put up with the annoying presence of new stepbrother Subaru when his mother goes away on honeymoon. Dealing with gossip at school is bad enough, but Mura's life is turned upside down by a forbidden locker-room kiss and the publication of an incriminating photo snapped by shounen-ai fangirls. Takaguchi Satosumi's first BL work.
All three of Mao's highschool girlfriends have been taken away by the gorgeous-looking Yuu. But in retaliation to the slap that he gave this popular guy, a confused Mao gets a kiss..!? Soon he's dragged into the world of the school's "celebrities," who all have special talents, which range from "entertainment" to cosplay, and even pleasure! What has Mao (unwillingly) gotten himself into? (Source: MU)
Toaru Soragoto, Boku no Himitsu
High School student Shouta has been gifted with a remarkable ability - he is able to see and hear the "Paradox", the normally invisible personification of one's real feelings and thoughts, by which one is always accompanied. But what to do if someone's Paradox always wears an eerie mask, calls for help weakly or has grown to immense height? And what does it mean when somebody has not only one, but three Paradox at the same time? With the help of his own Paradox Shouta tries to find the answers to these questions, but the answers are not always pleasant ones.
Fairy Tail Zerø
Long before she would found Fairy Tail, first master Mavis Vermillion is left under the care of the Red Lizard guild. Abused and belittled at every opportunity, she is forced to complete difficult chores. Despite this horrific treatment, Mavis refuses to cry, for if she did, she would not be able to meet the fairies. However, her life of servitude comes to an abrupt end when the Blue Skull guild raids her home, leaving only Mavis and the guild master's daughter Zera alive. For many years, Mavis and Zera live alone, taking care of each other. But this all changes when a band of treasure hunters come to the island in search of the Tenrou Jade—a precious gem that is sacred to the island. With the arrival of new faces, her life begins to change again. Mavis has never stopped wishing to meet the fairies, and now she may finally have the chance to find them. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Souin Gyokusai seyo!
Souin Gyokusai seyo! is a "semi-autobiographical account of the desperate final weeks of a Japanese infantry unit at the end of World War II." Mizuki drew from his own experiences as a soldier in that war to depict the horrors of battle. On an island at the end of 1943, Japanese soldiers are obliged to commit suicide in order to save the honor of their country. (Source: ANN, bdangouleme.com)
Seishun Otome Banchou!
Hirata Mihane has a scary face and isn't ladylike at all. In fact, she lets her temper get the better of her and often lets out small bursts of violent behaviour—even though she doesn't mean to. Because of this, the entire school calls her a "Satsujinki" (murderous monster). Even so, she's in love with the kind and popular Touma-kun, who doesn't mind the way she looks and is always nice to her. But... will Touma ever see her as a love interest? (Source: Dazzling Scans)
From Wingtip Cafe: In Heian era, a noble chief councillor of states had 2 children who wished they were opposite gender. Lady Kira is strong, willful girl, while Lord Kira is weak, beautiful boy. Because of their characters, their father raised Lady kira as a boy and Lord Kira as a girl. The manga is based on a novel from late Heian era called “Torikaebaya Monogatari”.