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Moriyasu Akashi, medical equipment rep, is queasy at the sight of blood. However, Nobuaki, a surgeon at one of the clinics his business deals with, spoke profound words on how his discomfort might not be because he dislikes it. One day, Nobuaki forces Akashi to be hospitalized, and while in his grasp, informs him during a visit to his hospital room that he will teach Akashi about his true self?! The diary of the hard and sweet training by a sadistic surgeon who enlightened a shy young man to his masochism.
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Growing up in a single parent household with an abusive father, Sora always took comfort in knowing that his best friend and neighbor Tetsuya is always there for him. Their relationship has always been a close one, but when they realize they're beginning to develop feelings for each other beyond the boundaries of "best friends", Tetsuya starts to avoid Sora all together. Will they be able to regain the comfortable friendship they once shared? Or will it all fall apart? Translated by Neri Wesek; Edited by Chris Chiwon Woo; Lettered by Courtny Fenrich
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Since Shinya was a child, he had known he was gay. Realizing how his sexuality was viewed, he had vowed to hide it his entire life. Then, a week after he had started dating his girlfriend, a man named Yuu told him he liked him. "You've noticed your own sexual preference, right?” Both relieved and shocked by Yuu's question, Shinya now stands at a crossroads, but will his choice bring him freedom or closure? The long-awaited romantic-comedy debut of Katsuri Kojima, featuring older as well as younger lovers!
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In 1876, young Takanosuke Arashi is sent by the Edo government to deliver a top-secret message to the United States of America. When his ship is waylaid by pirates, Takanosuke is cast adrift with an eclectic group of passengers, including a dog with four names, and part of a treasure map. Then begins an adventure that will take Rakanosuke around the world, from the wild-west, to old Morocco, to Baghdad. Who will get their hands on Napoleon's treasure first?
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It's a battle for the fate of Earth between a space invading army lead by the ominous being named Goa vs. Earth's defender, Magma, the giant robot--and Mamoru, a news reporter's son, that's caught right in the middle. Can Mamoru team up with Magma to save the planet?
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Painter Yukari Yohito will soon realize that despite all that he's been through, leaving his umbrella on a train will be the one thing that changes his life. Completely in tune with his paintings, Yukari is a genius at the canvas; however he is completely useless at living life. One day fellow art student Kurosu Keiichiro realizes Yukari has forgotten his umbrella on the train and quickly tries to return it-- having been a huge fan of Yukari's work, he strikes up a friendship. Keiichiro begins coming by to take care of things for the neurotic artist. However, the more he involves himself in Yukari's complex life the deeper Keiichiro's feelings begin to run. It's no longer mere friendship or even admiration that moves him, but just what should he do about it?
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Reading the "Tetsuwan Atom" (popularized in America as "Astro Boy") comic book with his dad is Tsugio's one refuge from merciless school bullies. And even then, without a single friend, Tsugio can't catch a break. One day he finds an abandoned kitten, and names it after the robot hero to convince his family to keep it. But after a strange encounter with aliens honeymooning on Earth, Tsugio's shocked to find his cat can speak -- and has all of Astro Boy's powers! Sworn to secrecy, Tsugio and Earth's tiniest hero find themselves entangled with demonic cats, pirate ghosts, a crime syndicate, and more! Playful, ingenious and appropriate for all ages, Osamu Tezuka's fresh take on his classic Astro Boy character will charm nostalgic grown-ups and clever kids. As gentle and humane as it is exciting, Atomcat also nurtures a positive outlook for children who might feel like they don't quite fit in.
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Suitani never wanted a normal life, but that’s what he has. And he loathes it. When he runs into Tamaki again, the small boy he bullied in the past and now a gorgeous television hero, he realizes Tamaki is everything he is not. But Tamaki hasn’t forgiven Suitani’s past cruelties, and suddenly, "normal" is a lifeline. Unusual reflections on love is the underlying theme of AWAKENED DREAMER, some filled with beautiful sadness, others with imaginative humor. Translated by Barbara J. Vincent; Edited by Kimberly Lammens; Lettered by Alexandra Gunawan
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With his parents constantly fighting and his future uncertain, Suguru spends his high school days in discontent. He envies the carefree lifestyle of his friend Tomohiro, who lives alone and untethered, but even Tomohiro has his dark secrets. One summer night, the hidden passions and desperate desires of three teenagers threaten to change their worlds… permanently. This elusive collection contains four stories by the acclaimed Makoto Tateno, author and artist of the popular series Yellow, Red Angel, and Blue Sheep Reverie!-------Translated by Duane Johnson; Edited by Mia Chiresa; Lettered by Mia Chiresa
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Torajirou and Sakura have survived their lousy childhoods by watching each other’s backs. When Sakura finds himself at the mercy of a yakuza gang, Tora has to do what he can to save his best friend. Will he be able to win back Sakura's freedom, or has Tora bitten off more than he can chew? Translated by creamysalad; Edited by Andi Van; Lettered by Kalé Luna
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Takashi has been dating Haruhiko, his boss at the flower hall flower shop, for a week now, yet they haven’t made any progress at all! Whether it’s finally making love or moving in together, Takashi is scared of taking their relationship any further. It doesn’t help matters any when their clueless coworker and his lover keep butting in to give him bad advice, but Takashi just can’t help himself when his sneaky lover is so determined to have him. Would it really be so bad to give in and do all those scary things couples do? Blooming Darling continues the sweet love story of Takashi and Haruhiko. Tears are shed and hearts pound while Takashi comes to terms with the more x-rated activities in their relationship, but Haruhiko is more than happy to lead the way as they learn to share their lives and love.
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I can't live without you anymore?!” Takashi lives with his lover Haruhiko Fujimori - manager of the neighborhood flower shop, Flower Hall. There's still a lot for Takashi to learn at work, but when it comes to his feelings for his manager, he won't give in to anyone. Unfortunately, Takashi doesn't have any self-confidence... And Haruhiko's ex-girlfriend chooses show up now?! This is the continuing love story between the perverted Haruhiko Fujimori and the spontaneous Takashi that's full of laughter, tears, and love!
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When policeman Kyougo Suzaki takes an undercover assignment to support government official Itsuki Kijima, the last thing he expected was to fall for the man he was entrusted with! With the company's urban legend about fated couples nagging at the back of his mind, will he be able to protect Itsuki, or will he find himself in more danger than he could have guessed? Translated by creamysalad; Edited by Andi Van; Lettered by Kalé Luna
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Hidden within the rural countryside lies the mysterious treasure of the ancient Ainu people. A few people know of it and hold the keys to unlocking it, but only Kotan, a child of Ainu descent, is the chosen one who can locate and inherit the treasure. When Kotan suddenly befriends a man-eating tiger named Dan, the unexpected pair find themselves tangled up in the most epic and dangerous treasure hunt of their lives. Their strength is tested as they battle criminals, murderers, and other unsavory characters who seek the treasure for themselves--but their friendship is tested when a crow warns Dan that Kotan will be the one to end his life. Can brave Dan and his best friend Kotan survive the trials that await them?
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Under the red sky of Mars lives an enigmatic man named Ken. Not a single person alive knows who he is, why he's on Mars, or why he looks just like Miss Ken Minakami. In a whirlwind of gunfights, horseback chases, and utter lawlessness, Captain Ken sparks a time of change. The townspeople seek to rid themselves of the corrupt Mayor Deven (who doesn't give a whit about anyone else), and the Martians wish to reclaim the cities that were once their homes. Stranded in a prison full of enslaved Martians, Ken must get himself out, or all is lost. From the creator of Astro Boy and Blackjack comes an epic sci-fi western on Mars starring Captain Ken and his trusty steed, Arrow. Captain Ken is an enigma. Not a single person alive knows who he is, why he's on Mars, or why he looks just like Miss Kenn Minakami. His presence sparks a revolution--while the Martians seek to reclaim the lands stolen from them, human townsfolk aim to rid themselves of the corrupt Mayor Deven. Amidst the whirlwind gunfights and horseback chases, Captain Ken must go on his greatest adventure yet to save a woman of great importance in the middle of a Martian revolution.
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In this thrilling continuation, the revolution Captain Ken sparked has reached a fever pitch. On the brink of war with the Martians, the human settlers of Mars begin a mass exodus from the planet. In Hedes, however, some townspeople have decided to stand their ground. Unable to stand by and watch his friends be murdered, Captain Ken finds himself in a battle of wits against the Martians. Can Captain Ken diffuse this tense situation? Who are these Martians looting passenger transport ships? Can Captain Ken bring down the most powerful man on Mars, the criminal mastermind Napoleon? Will Captain Ken go down in a blaze of glory, or is he merely a flash in the pan? Regardless, the ending is sure to be explosive!
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Only the most successful project planners may earn their way through the "Career Gate," and Ozaki works diligently in hopes of achieving this goal. Even more urgently, he struggles to hide his feelings for mild-mannered coworker Shinoda. But what secrets might Shinoda be hiding from him? Translated by Leighann Harvey; Edited by Melinda Beasi; Lettered by Morgan
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Yorozu lives at Castle Mango, a "love hotel" where couples pay for a few hours to themselves. But his quiet life is violated when Togame arrives to shoot an adult film! Soon Yorozu's being "mistaken" for an actor, having his pants suddenly removed and watching his little brother get hit on. Togame eventually agrees to stay away from Yorozu's brother, but there's a catch - and it's not something Yorozu's going to like!
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White is passion, a color that won't yield to even the slightest imperfection. From manga artist Suguro Chayamachi comes BLANC, a collection of six very unique short stories. A young man takes it upon himself to find a lost cat's home. Two delinquents bond after one has a near-death experience. A boy discovers the joys and pains of first love. One punk makes a dark decision to cover up his tracks. A familiar face has one teenager remembering the past. At a Yakuza funeral, loyalty to a friend struggles with loyalty to the whole. Chayamachi's stories explore that which makes humans so imperfect: friendship, love, and heartbreaking regret. Translated by Jun Kayama; Edited by Angela Eastman; Lettered by Phileas J Fogg
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Black is an expression, a color before which words can only hesitate. Suguro Chayamachi returns with another set of short stories in her second collection, NOIR. An unlikely friendship begins when a delinquent picks up a timid businessman stranded on the side of the road. Though they can’t understand each other there is something they each gain from this new, strange relationship. Later, a teenager hires out help to break up his ex-girlfriend’s new relationship, but his new accomplice isn’t quite what she seems. In Nazi Germany, an artist is caught in treason when his son drops a book of paintings. And in England, a street urchin is given a special job, and while it seems simple there is a dark secret to it that could mean disaster for his friend. Translated by Jun Kayama; Edited by Angela Eastman; Lettered by Phileas j Fogg
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University student Yoh Shirasane is living happily with his lover, Kaito Iwanami, one of the best detectives on the police force. While working at his part-time job assisting with the interior decorating of a hotel, Yoh receives movie tickets from the hotel manager. When Kaito and Yoh meet up for their movie date, Kaito is shot! Is someone after Kaito?! And is their happy life together about to end? Translated by Anna Haverinen; Edited by Aliena Shoemaker & L.V. Barker; Lettered by Florence Benjumea & Riven
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Trey and Paul are up-and-coming programmers with their minds set on fame and fortune! However, they need to actually finish writing a program first. The two decide to make a program that can play tic-tac-toe, but all their hard work is destroyed by the clueless yet smooth-talking MJ. In spite of their rough first meeting, MJ turns out to actually be useful to Trey and Paul. He even manages to land them the intimidating job of making class-scheduling software! Misadventures and romantic tension abound in this adorable comedy that’s set in the 1960s. Translated by T. Grindol, Edited by Lindley Warmington, Lettered by S. Russell
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Osamu Tezuka unleashes several creepy suspenseful short stories in this anthology of speculative fiction spanning the years of 1968 thru 1973. When a Nazi lieutenant is sentenced to death for war crimes, he expects to escape with his life, but hubris is his downfall. A female android marries for love but is soon lost, and she must deal with the consequences. After a married man finds out his city is being experimented on, he tries to save the people while struggling with adulterous thoughts. On a dark and lonely road, a cabby picks up a shady man who threatens him, but little does his passenger know the cabby is not as he seems. An educated man falls in love with an elusive woman who has a life altering secret. American school kids learn the cruelty of war. A revolutionary fails his revolution, and an interstellar peace conference does not yield the hoped for results when space hippies defy peace conventions. These eerie stories will leave one wandering the depths of despair and hope against all odds.
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Shocked to find that his childhood friend, Toshio is in a relationship with his older brother, Sumi, Kyu is determined to win Toshio over for himself. Kyu finds the perfect plan to seduce Toshio by studying for their college entrance exams together. But his planned seduction goes awry when he fails his exam while Toshio passes his. Hitting two birds with one stone is Kyu’s plan as he’s given a second chance to pass his college exam and his continued determination to make Toshio fall for him grows. However, things don’t go as planned when Toshio starts avoiding him and Sumi reappears in Toshio’s life. How will Kyu handle the return of his brother into Toshio’s life? And will Toshio ever come to terms with his feelings for Kyu? Translated by Mika Riverstone; Edited by Karen Waldbart; Lettered by Matthew
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The beautiful illustrator, Tatsuki, has a problem. No one can see past his good looks. That is until freelance writer, Mikami, steps into the picture! Of course, Tatsuki thinks Mikami is just like the others, but soon finds out nothing could be further from the truth. It turns out Mikami doesn’t even like men. As they spend more time together, Tatsuki starts developing certain feelings… Will he be able to show Mikami how he feels? And, how will Mikami respond…? Find out in this manga by Mui Hatori! Translated by Hideto Tsujimura; Edited by Curtis Scott; Lettered by Curtis Scott
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Best friends Testu and Shige share a love of baseball and Tetsu's cousin Mikako, but with thoughts of graduation looming on the horizon and the news that Mikako might be moving away, it seems those aren’t the feelings they have in common. Colored with summery whimsy and nostalgia, this collection of stories from Konno Kita paints the honest difficulties and rewards of friendship and young, confused, brotherly love. All with mysterious powers at work... Translated by Angela Tamae Liu; Edited by Myrrh Deren; Lettered by Maranda Edwards
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Tatsuichirou and Fumio grew up together like brothers, bonding as friends and rivals over their love of judo. Neither wanting to lose to the other, they push each other to new extremes in training. At least, that's what Fumio thinks until the day Tatsu pushes things in a different direction when he confesses his love to Fumio at practice. Tatsu threatens to quit the team unless Fumio agrees to be his boyfriend, but Fumio refuses to give in to Tatsuichirou. The tension increases with competition time just around the corner; Fumio knows he (and the team) can't afford to lose him. Fumio issues a reckless challenge to settle the matter—a private match with special rules. Will Tatsu's iron will dominate? Or can Fumio hold his ground when things get physical in the dojo?
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Bishies, bishies, and more bishies! And did we mention the cute kid? Featuring stunning full color illustrations depicting characters from the shoujo manga "Theory of Boy Evolution," this art book also includes an illustrated index with comments by the mangaka, Toshiki Kusanagi, and a bonus mini-manga! Get ready to alternately drool and say, "Awww...." as the candid photo out-take vibe takes you behind the scenes and insinuates these guys into your affections.
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Yuu Takamiya is an ordinary guy who's never had much luck in work or love – and just happens to moonlight as a private eye. Things start getting complicated when he's assigned to shadow his boss at the art gallery, the kind-hearted Masaya Shikibu. Then, after an accident at work, he meets Minoru Kuji, a brilliant scupltor who stirs up old memories. Before long, Yuu is working for Minoru as an artist's assistant, while struggling to stay objective on Mr. Shikibu's case. But there's more to Minoru than meets the eye, and as they grow closer, Yuu may learn things he'd rather not know... Translated by Allen Laney; Edited by Allen Laney; Lettered by Eike Kusch
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The Mountain of Life is where humanity and nature gained the strength to thrive from, a mysterious land formation powered with energy to bend the very laws of nature it empowers. A tragic plane accident leads to the death of dozens of families, but eight people survived the accident. When the fateful flight crashed into the mountain, it broke apart chunks of stones that channel a life-giving force in them, bringing eight strangers back to life. When confronted with their aberrational existence, a boy and a girl are forced to make a decision that will affect their lives and that of the other reanimated individuals. Being hunted down by the acolytes of the Grim Reaper, these people live a life beyond their natural time on Earth, but they will see the danger of their unnatural existence. Deputized as grim reapers with a specific task, the boy and girl are now posessed and on a mission: track down the other survivors and take their Stones of Life. Osamu Tezuka recasts the face of death as two youngsters, and their targets range from radio hosts and race car drivers to businessmen and even one that might challenge them to abandon their job and master in a chase for love. If you're already living on borrowed time, death will find a way to track you down and fix the problem, especially when you're one of the Dust 8. A short child, Ichitarou, is a bit bullied in his days at school. He crushes on Tomoko, the sweet girl that sits next to him, but he's nicknamed "Stupid Ichi" by everyone, from teachers to the class bully. When Ichi takes a trip and finds a book about hypnotism, he unlocks his innate ability and proceeds to bend the world to his whims. While Ichi is now the one in power, will he use this absurd ability to rule the world... or save it? This short story from Tezuka shows that "Stupid Ichi" might rise to the occasion, despite his short stature.
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Budding architect Yoshiki received a request to design a new building. The client is a super popular manga artist named Kurato. Since Yoshiki isn’t able to design the kind of building Kurato needs yet, he decides to decline the offer in person but encounters a beautiful man! That man, Kurato, is willing to wait for Yoshiki to design the building he needs, no matter how long it takes. What are his true intentions?! Translated by Victoria Woolsworth; Edited by Daniel Bough; Lettered by Bianca & Fucsia
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When we meet Makoto and Kei in “Love Soul”, they've already known each other for years - now see how it all began! Makoto and Kei met at a biker-gang gathering. The free-spirited and feisty Kei quickly became Makoto's ideal. By the time both of them entered high school, they had become inseparable friends who always did everything together. But as girls begin to pay more attention to the two and to question Kei's public displays of affection towards Makoto, can Kei continue to keep up the facade of mere friendship? How will the more traditional (and somewhat clueless) Makoto deal with Kei's love confession? In "Facing the Incoming Wind", Kouko Agawa paints the world of tough guys who love blazing through life on their motorbikes with the wind in their faces. However, they discover that facing a similar storm in matters of the heart is not as simple. Find out what happens to this adorable couple with opposing natures in "Facing the Incoming Wind"!
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Welcome to Sales Department Two, where all the employees are women... that is, until Mr. Amano, a shy dreamer who perpetually spins off into homoerotic fantasies, and Mr. Kakimoto, the persistent wanna-be husband of Mr. Amano, are transferred in. Don't worry; the women are on it! Elsewhere in town, a waiter gushes with daily public affection and special meals for his high-strung paramour, while their friend has trouble swallowing an extra helping of violent flirting every lunch hour. Mix in a cocky waitress, a brash interloper, an old guy who won't listen to reason, and what do you get? Reality explodes in the unique vignettes of FANTASY PARADISE! Translated by Barbara J. Vincent; Edited by Kimberly Lammens; Lettered by Alexandra Gunawan
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"Do you think it’s possible to fall in love with someone you’ve never met?" This is the question Toru Kanda finds himself faced with when he discovers his blossoming feelings for his pen pal correspondent, Takeshi Sagawa. Three years ago, Toru threw away everything for his dream of becoming a writer and moved to Tokyo, where, through letters, Takeshi became his sole support. Toru soon realizes that his feelings for Takeshi are more than just admiration. But when Toru and Takeshi finally meet, Toru is in for the surprise of his life – his long-time pen pal is… a Yakuza?! Join Toru and Takeshi as they discover the answer to their question in this sweet tale of a long-distance romance between the most unlikely pair! Translated by Steven LeCroy Edited by Anna Schnell Lettered by Lee Patterson
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Akira, over the years, has developed feelings for his unobtainable childhood friend, Tadaoki. Because of his unrequited love and burning passion for his friend, Akira is always in a constant state of fever. As if that wasn’t troublesome enough, Akira is also receiving advances from his boss, Shima, who is older. How far will Akira’s love for Tadaoki go? Can he stay strong or, will he find himself in the merciful arms of Shima as a deciding act of surrender? Tadaoki has always seen Akira as his responsibility, and as a result, is very protective of him. He is totally unaware of Akira’s fever state, and not once, has he ever considered just how much Akira really means to him. That is, until Shima threatens the very balance of his and Akira’s friendship. Will Tadaoki rise up to the occasion before it’s late? Or, will he allow another man to take his most coveted place within Akira’s heart forever?
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Featuring Setsuko Katoh’s debut work, the six short stories of Fingertip Trompe L'oeil are packed with romance and desire; Keisuke learns a lesson in love from his brother’s tutor, Mr. Murakami. Archery Club supervisor, Mr. Yamazaki, helps his student Yagi grow - but into what? Aragi serenades fellow classmate Uchimizu with unexpected desires, delinquent Takuma discovers his father and step-brother share a dirty secret, and Dr. Miyabe finds out what his rival Toyama really thinks of him. Still sore from a recent break-up, businessman Mita gets tied up with salesman Otani, and find that love suits them.
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Soft-spoken butler Laurent loves plants above all else. But Laurent himself is the object of another's affection; Arthur, the short-tempered master of the house. Despite being master and servant, Arthur and Laurent grow up together, and spend many an hour in the estate gardens, where Laurent lovingly tends the plants growing there. Love also blossoms in those gardens and it's there that Arthur confesses his feelings for Laurent. However, things only go downhill from there... will history give these two lovers another chance, or see them go their separate ways forever? Translated by Steven LeCroy; Edited by Anna Schnell; Lettered by Lee Patterson
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Minoru Kanbara is a stubborn, clumsy and somewhat naïve high school student with a secret love for his classmate, Yuuto Matsunaga, the class playboy with the face of a J-pop star. Matsunaga, nicknamed "love butterfly" is always going from girl to girl. Kanbara tries to be content as Matsunaga's best friend, but one day it's too much and he declares his love for his straight friend. Does Matsunaga have the courage to face the change in their relationship, or has Kanbara lost everything? A complex high school love story! Translated by Hidaka Iza; Edited by Kumiko Matsuo; Lettered by Brittany Sharpe
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A boy named Shiina Masaki has a crush. Except, the person he is infatuated with disappeared three years ago and he hasn’t seen her since—for three years he has saved himself for that girl, Nagi. Much to the frustrations of the female populous in the school, he has remained unmoving in his devotion. One day a pair of twins transfer in, one male and one female, both named Nagi! Shiina is distraught—he is smitten with the female Nagi, but turns red at the sight of the male Nagi. Will he ever get his emotions straight or will his life be filled with teenage angst? Translated by Joseph Blake Edited by Nikki Stinson Lettered by C. Hoek
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After Hakana is rejected by his crush and comforted by Rinya, their childhood friendship develops into a friendship with benefits. Since his physical needs are taken care of by Rinya, Hakana feels no desire to tie himself down with a serious relationship until Rinya’s ex-lover shows up and wants a second chance. Suddenly, just being friends isn’t enough for Hakana, but can the two of them handle taking things to the next level? Translated by Mizura; Edited by Mia Chiresa; Lettered by Mika Riverstone
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Kunio Tokiwa, a spontaneous and gifted pianist, has always been motivated by his desire to please his uncle, a piano tuner. When his uncle dies, Kunio is lost. The night he’s about to give up the piano entirely, Kunio is stunned by the sound of a piano tuned and played by the beautiful Yui Hasegawa. Reminded of his beloved uncle, Kunio devotes himself to gaining both Yui’s exclusive service and his approval. Not even Yui’s cold, mystifying behavior can stop Kunio’s efforts, but he keeps hitting sour notes in his clumsy struggles to figure out why Yui’s existence is so important to him. When Kunio’s words create confusion and hurt, he must find another way to communicate. Can Kunio’s Healing Music convince Yui that he’s not a replacement for Kunio’s uncle and bring them together for an unforgettable, lifelong duet?
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Chiharu and his twin brother, Mahiru, are childhood friends with Akira. As kids, the three of them were inseparable. Akira, frail and cute, was always bullied by others. Chiharu, in turn, considered it his sworn duty to protect Akira. But now, the three of them are in high school, and Akira has grown into a tall, handsome young man. To top it off, he's dating Mahiru! Things can't remain as they once were... Despite the longing in his heart, Chiharu has been keeping his distance from Akira. However... Translated by Claire Rouveyrol; Edited by Ishaan Sahdev; Lettered by Claire Rouveyrol & Ishaan Sahdev
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Sayaka runs into trouble when she and the mysterious boy Reiji become chained together with a pair of handcuffs. She then discovers that Reiji may be involved in some shady dealings. Motorcycle gangs and a terrible accident from Reiji's past lead the both of them to constant distress. Can Sayaka help Reiji escape a future filled with guilt? Hush-a-bye Baby is a non-stop youthful romance that starts in a convenience store at one in the morning. Also included is a sentimental gourmet romance set at the French restaurant “Poet.” Matsukawa's harmonious comics will definitely delight!!
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Without reason or warning, Tsukiori finds himself kidnapped by gangbangers after school. Blindfolded, tied up, and helpless against his attackers, Tsukiori's heart soars to hear someone break down the gym's storage room door. He thinks he's been rescued as the mysterious figure single-handedly fights off the gang. However, when the silent stranger approaches Tsukiori and puts his hands on him rather than untying him, Tsukiori quickly realizes he's now just at the mercy of the man who saved him. The hands feel familiar, and it's all Tsukiori can do to comfort himself to hope they're the hands of a certain someone...
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Suzuran Nakazato is in a relationship with his older brother’s best friend, Momiji Sakai. Momiji’s body belongs to Suzuran, but it irritates him whenever someone else hugs or even likes Momiji. On the other hand, Momiji is worried that Suzuran sees him as nothing more than a toy. What’s more, Suzuran’s brother and best friend are in love with each other, but neither has the courage to confess! What will become of all these mismatched feelings? Translated by Duane Johnson; Edited by Joseph Dover; Lettered by Silvia Xiao
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Minari didn't think he'd ever fall in love; he'd spent his years dating women, then settled for sex with an old friend once he'd come to terms with the fact that he was gay. The only problem is that now he's fallen for an acquaintance, and he's got no idea what to do. When he impetuously confesses his feelings to Shinkawa, could this be the chance for the love story he thought he'd never have?
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Nao has taken care of his two younger twin brothers, Tetsuto and Asuma, for as long as he can remember. Thanks to his care and affection, they’ve grown up into two fine gentlemen who are now super popular at school. However, they’re both totally obsessed with their big brother! The two constantly vie for the innocent and oblivious Nao’s attention. Their competition goes into high gear during the school field day. With Nao as the prize, neither Tetsuto nor Asuma can afford to lose! Also included is the short story In the Soup, where the amazing cook Wataru realizes that he may not know as much about food as he thinks he does. Translated by Leighann Harvey; Edited by Lindley Warmington; Lettered by S. Russell
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In the year 20XX, Colonel Irving of the Army of Allied Nations captures by chance an enemy commander - Lieutenant Yamamoto of the Japanese Imperial Army. One look into Yamamoto’s dark, mysterious eyes and Irving is suddenly intrigued by his Far East beauty. To gain crucial information, Yamamoto is tortured and humiliated by his captor, but it isn’t long before Irving’s interest in his prisoner takes an unlikely turn. Can Irving and Yamamoto, who by fate were destined to become rivals, find a way to break through their barriers? When war is made to make enemies of men, sometimes love is the only thing worth winning. Translated by Lea Hisatake; Edited by Jennifer Zahorchak; Lettered by Ana Vegara
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I'm going to quit painting... After Misaki Kurahashi loses an art competition, he becomes fascinated with the work of his fellow student, Ikkei Shibuya. While he's depressed at his own lack of talent, Ikkei encourages him not to quit, and paints a small picture of outer space in the palm of Misaki's hand. "Anyone can create a world, you know," he tells Misaki. The palm Ikkei touched grows hot... Sometimes inspiration comes from the strangest of places and dreams of love really do come true in the sweet palm of your hand.
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On the day he entered College, Shingo reencounters his childhood friend Kyou. Shingo always desired to meet him once again, ever since the day Kyou mysteriously left home. He is determined to be accepted and move in where Kyou lives: Fresh Breeze Guesthouse, a place full of stories. However, it seems that Kyou is avoiding Shingo…Pure feelings and immoral emotions blending together to form a sociogramatic LOVE. Translated by Hidaka Iza; Edited by Amami Sho; Lettered by Brittany Sharpe
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