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R.O.D - Read or Die

by Kurata Hideyuki (Author), Yamada Shutaro (Artist)

Yomiko Readman's love for literature goes far beyond any run-of-the-mill bookworm's! In fact, she has a supernatural ability to manipulate paper in the most amazing ways. From turning a tiny scrap into a lethal throwing dagger to making a single sheet hard enough to block bullets, she's only limited by her imagination. She uses her phenomenal power to seek out legendary books containing secret information that, in the wrong hands, could be dangerous. Backed by a Special Operations Division in England, Yomiko has her hands full battling evildoers, saving the world, and trying to find time to curl up with a good book


R.O.D - Read or Dream

by Kurata Hideyuki (Author), Ayanaga Ran (Artist)

Michelle is a romantic daydreamer and hardcore book collector. Maggie is a soft-spoken bookworm who always gets mistaken for a boy. Anita is an athletic tomboy who doesn't have time for reading. Together, they're the Paper Sisters, three very different siblings united by a strange power--the ability to control paper in any way they desire! And from their Hong Kong detective agency, they solve any and all cases involving books


RG Veda

by CLAMP (Author), Apapa Mokona Clamp (Artist)

Now, the ruler of the Yasha Clan has found Ashura, the last of the Ashura Clan, and together they set out to find the Six Stars and fulfill the prophecy


RIN-NE

by Takahashi Rumiko (Author/Artist)

As a child Sakura Mamiya mysteriously disappeared in the woods behind her grandma's home. She returned whole and healthy, but since then she has had the power to see ghosts. Now a teenager, she just wishes the ghosts would leave her alone! At school, the desk next to Sakura's has been empty since the start of the school year, then one day her always-absent classmate shows up, and he's far more than what he seems


Ra-i

by Matoh Sanami (Author/Artist)

The manga's main characters are featured in another series by the mangaka, FAKE, as supporting characters in Vol 3-5


Rabbit Man, Tiger Man

by Honma Akira (Author/Artist)

The third volume contains the extra story "Black or White" (5 parts)


RahXephon

by Izubuchi Yutaka (Author), Momose Takeaki (Artist)

A mysterious orb envelops the city of Tokyo. All forms of communication are severed, leaving the inhabitants of the newly dubbed "Tokyo Jupiter" ignorant to their fate. Along with the United Nations, a special organization known as TERRA is formed: their mission is to liberate Tokyo from the otherwordly MU--those responsible for Tokyo's capture


Ral Grad

by Takano Tsuneo (Author), Obata Takeshi (Artist)

In the days of war, a baby fused together with a "shadow" called Blue Dragon, a legend among the "shadows". Because of that, he was locked in darkness from birth until recently, 15 years later, to prevent his shadow from activating. From the beginning, the only person he knew was his tutor who would come see him everyday. But "shadows" have begun to run rampant as they escape from "Noir" through living beings. Humans call for the release of Blue Dragon in order to help mankind; thus their journey begins to seal the "shadows" along with the strongest: their queen


Ranma 1/2

by Takahashi Rumiko (Author/Artist)

[From Viz]
Being a teenage martial artist isn't easy, especially for Ranma Saotome, who went through a major transformation on a training mission with his father. After an accidental dunk into a legendary cursed spring in China, Ranma now changes into a girl every time he's splashed with cold water. That would be enough to complicate anyone's life, even without the arranged fiancée who doesn't like him (or says she doesn't) and the constant stream of rivals and suitors for both his male and female forms. What's a half-guy, half-girl to do


Raqiya

by Yajima Masao (Author), Boichi (Artist)

Although a 19th-century philosopher once said that "God is dead" (It was Nietzsche) the Rakia story has God descending to Earth in the 21st century and assuming the form of a girl. ("Rakia" is the Hebrew word for the skies or the firmament.


Ratman

by Inui Sekihiko (Author/Artist)

Meet Shooto. He's a big hero fan and wants to become a hero! The problem is that he's mocked for being too short. One day, his classmate Mizushima invites him to become a "hero" at her home which is actually a criminal organization called Jackal
Shooto then gets tricked by Jackal's leader Crea to become their supervillian, Ratman! Now the world's smallest hero will embark on his battle against heroes and villains alike


Rave Master

by Mashima Hiro (Author/Artist)

The Continent of Song is in chaos. The sinister secret society known as Demon Card is using the power of Dark Bring to destroy everything in their path.
The only things capable of stopping Dark Bring are the Rave stones. Unfortunately, the Rave Stones were scattered around the globe in an explosion 50 years ago, so now they must be collected by the Rave Master in order to stop Dark Bring once and for all.
This new task has been given to Haru Glory, a sixteen year old boy from Garage Island.
The World's fate now rests on the new, young Rave Master


Rayearth

by CLAMP (Author), Apapa Mokona Clamp (Artist)

Umi, Hikaru, and Fuu are three schoolgirls out on a field trip to Tokyo Tower... when suddenly a strange voice summons them to Cefiro, a world full of monsters and magic! They have been brought here as the last hope of the Princess Emeraude, who believes they are the Magic Knights, foretold in legend, who will save her realm. But how are a bunch of junior-high-school kids supposed to defeat the might of the handsome and sinister Lord Zagato... with only an exceedingly strange bunny creature named Mokona as their guide


Re:Monster

by Kanekiru Kogitsune (Author), Kobayakawa Haruyoshi (Artist)

After his unfortunate death, Tomokui Kanata has been reincarnated as a member of the weakest race, a goblin named Rou. However, Rou has retained his previous life's memories, as well as an ability that allows him to gain strength and abilities from eating. He also possesses a unique evolutionary tree
Now, Rou has made a promise to himself that he would live this life to the fullest. In this alternate world of survival of the fittest, events unfold with competent subordinates and comrades


Real

by Inoue Takehiko (Author/Artist)

The story revolves around three teenagers with a desire to play basketball. Nomiya, being a high school dropout, has no future in his life. Engulfed by the guilt of crippling a girl in a traffic accident where he invited her on a bike ride finds himself in a deep predicament. Togawa, a former talented sprinter who once strove to become the best in Japan now putting his all in wheelchair basketball finds it hard to deal with the disinterest and psyche of his own teammates. Takahashi, once a popular and arrogant team leader, an honor student, a self proclaimed elite now finds himself being unable to move from the chest down
Real also deals with the reality of physical disabilities, and the psychological inferiority that the characters struggle against. The characters break through their own psychological barriers bit by bit
Note: Won an Excellence Prize for manga at the 2001 Japan Media Arts Festival