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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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