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A Murmur of the Heart

by Tateno Makoto (Author/Artist)

Misawa, the physician, harbors an unrequited love for his friend and colleague Kazami, a surgeon. There's only one problem -- Kazami is a known ladykiller. Misawa vows never to let Kazami know how he really feels until he meets Touno, an intern who can see right through him. Soon we find that Kazami has a secret of his own. Where will this triangle lead and when will they ever find the time for love in their busy schedules


A New Season of Young Leaves

by Tachibana Venio (Author), Kitahata Akeno (Artist)

Cool, friendly Mariya is the undisputed king of his year! But why does he always hang around with shy and painfully awkward "Mr. Mannequin" Nachi' Can these boys withstand the non-stop judgment of a school filled with jealous rivals and confused classmates' A New Season of Young Leaves follows every sweet high and lonely low in the growing relationship of unlikely best friends. How will the most popular guy in class deal when his wallflower confidant suddenly steals the social spotlight...and a beautiful girl's affection


A Patch Of Dreams

by Oda Hideji (Author/Artist)

Renei thinks she´s going crazy. After many years, she has begun to dream about Coo's World all the time, a place beneath the shadow of the mysterious Mount Babiranma, inhabited by fantastic creatures: Nagizari, God, the little Rey, the lethal teppas. Her dead brother, who is going through an identity crisis, may be there, as well as her best friend, who committed suicide some time ago and has now returned for her.
As she muses on making sense of life, things in the real world do not seem to be going her way either. When the inhabitants of Coo's World begin to reveal themselves to her and try to persuade her to go along with them, she no longer knows if her life is a dream or a nightmare. Will they find the answer to the mystery Mt. Babiranma conceals? And more importantly, will they all escape with their lives


A Place in the Sun

by Takemiya Lala (Author/Artist)

Happy-go-lucky Midori may be small in stature, but his upbeat attitude and cheerful disposition make him a shining star who's head-and-shoulders above his co-workers at the plant-rental company! But his biggest, as-yet unrealized dream is to live and work much closer to nature, far from the drudgery of databases and office all-nighters. If Midori gets his wish, will he allow friendship (and maybe even love) to bloom, too


A Single Match

by Suzuki Oji (Author/Artist)

In this collection of hauntingly elliptical short stories, Oji Suzuki explores memory, relationships, and loss with a loose narrative style, filling each tale with a sense of unfulfilled longing. He plumbs the dissolute depths of human psychology, literally bathing his characters in expansive shadows that paradoxically reveal as much as they obscure. A young man catches a cold after being soaked in the rain and is tended to by his grandmother. He drifts, dreaming of a train trip with an older brother he doesn't have. A traveling salesman comes across a boy lying in the middle of the road and stops to have a cigarette and tell a story that sifts through memories of faces and places before settling back on the boy and pretending to not look at the stars. A young woman walks along the river with her bicycle and a friend who is nothing more than a disembodied head'discussing past times together, memories they have of each other


A Strange and Mystifying Story

by Suzuki Tsuta (Author/Artist)

In the immediate family of the story's protagonist everyone seems to die early, and other relatives talk about a curse. When soon after his grandfather's death he comes down with an incurable disease, and is overwhelmed by grief and loneliness, in desperation he remembers his grandfather's last words -- that somebody was watching over them. He can only find an odd fossil tooth where his grandfather had pointed, but when he picks it up and accidentally gets some of his blood on it, that summons a guardian spirit, who promises to cure him. Maybe he should be pleased, but said guardian has some strange methods for healing
Side Story
- Director Keiichiro & clerk Tetsu-chan, and the guardian spirit Kurayori & high-schooler Tsumugi: "Konoyo Ibun Sono no San" onwards
- The mysterious yokai Kai & the associate professor Yuuichi: "Konoyo Ibun Sono no Go" onwards


A Waltz in the Clinic

by Tateno Makoto (Author/Artist)

A Waltz in the Clinic swings and sways in time to the seductive rhythm of surprise romance! Can a patient's dark secret be the key to healing the deepest of wounds? And will temptation take root and become real-life love


A, A Prime

by Hagio Moto (Author/Artist)

The story A, A' raises a troubling question: How would you feel if your lover died - and was replaced by a clone? Could you recreate your relationship with someone who was physically exactly the same but didn't share any memories of your life together
In 4/4, teenaged Mori flunks out of an ESP training program. But when he meets Trill, a beautiful Unicorn, his latent abilities begin to blossom..
In X+Y, Hagio uses science fiction to explore questions of gender and sexual identity. Time has passed, and once again, Mori finds himself inexorably attracted to a member of the unicorn race - but this unicorn is male... and so is Mori.
Note: Won Seiun Award in manga category in 1985


A-A

by Hagio Moto (Author/Artist)

The story A, A' raises a troubling question: How would you feel if your lover died - and was replaced by a clone? Could you recreate your relationship with someone who was physically exactly the same but didn't share any memories of your life together
In 4/4, teenaged Mori flunks out of an ESP training program. But when he meets Trill, a beautiful Unicorn, his latent abilities begin to blossom..
In X+Y, Hagio uses science fiction to explore questions of gender and sexual identity. Time has passed, and once again, Mori finds himself inexorably attracted to a member of the unicorn race - but this unicorn is male... and so is Mori.
Note: Won Seiun Award in manga category in 1985


A-I Revolution

by Asami Yuu (Author/Artist)

In futuristic Japan, robots are as common as toasters or washing machines. Technology rules, and high school student Sui is more than used to any new inventions that may come about...until her father engineers a robot that walks, talks and looks as human as she does! Now it's Sui's job to teach her new friend about being human, and she couldn't be happier. But teaching a robot to fit into society isn't as easy as she thinks, and the fabulous new prototype may wind up being more trouble than she expected..


AX: A Collection of Alternative Manga

by Various Authors (Author), Various Artists (Artist)

Ax is the premier Japanese magazine for alternative comics, heir to the legendary Garo. Published bi-monthly since 1998, the pages of Ax contain the most innovative, experimental, and personal works in contemporary manga - the flourishing underground of the world's largest comics industry
Ax has always published manga outside of the more commercial market and not followed manga conventions, thus the titles appearing in this magazine do NOT fall under any of the basic demographics (shoujo/shounen/seinen/josei)
This landmark English publication volume includes work by 33 artists
The Watcher by Osamu Kanno
Love's Bride by Yoshihiro Tatsumi
Conch of the Sky by Imiri Sakabashira
Rooftop Elegy by Takao Kawasaki
Inside the Gourd by Ayuko Akiyama
Me by Shigehiro Okada
Push Pin Woman by Katsuo Kawai
A Broken Soul by Nishioka Kyodai
Into Darkness by Takato Yamamoto
Enrique Kobayashi's Eldorado by Toranosuke Shimada
The Neighbor by Yuka Goto
300 Years by Mimiyo Tomozawa
Black Sushi Party Piece by Takashi Nemoto
Puppy Love by Yusaku Hanakuma
The Brilliant Ones by Namie Fujieda
The Hare and the Tortoise by Mitsuhiko Yoshida
The Twin Adults (Two Stories) by Kotobuki Shiriagari
Haiku Manga (Two Stories) by Shinbo Minami
Mushroom Garden by Shinya Komatsu
Home Drama: The Sugawara Family by Einosuke
A Well-Dressed Corpse by Yuichi Kiriyama
Arizona Sizzler by Yunosuke Saito
The Rainy Day Blouse & The First Umbrella by Akino Kondo
Stand by Me by Tomohiro Koizumi
My Old Man & Me by Shin'ichi Abe
Up and Over by Seiko Erisawa
The Song of Mr. H. by Shigeyuki Fukumitsu
Kataoka Toyo Pathos Theater (2 Stories) by TOUYOU Kataoka
Kosuke Okada and His 50 Sons by Hideyasu Moto
Les Raskolnikov by Keizo Miyanishi
Alraune Fatale by Hiroji Tani
Sacred Light by Otoya Mitsuhashi
Six Paths of Wealth by Kazuichi Hanawa


Abandon the Old in Tokyo

by Tatsumi Yoshihiro (Author/Artist)

Over four decades ago, Yoshihiro Tastsumi expanded the horizons of comics storytelling by using the visual language of manga to tell gritty, literary short stories about the private lives of everyday people. He has been called "the grandfather of Japanese alternative comics" and has influenced generations of cartoonists, but, until now, the majority of his works has remained unavailable outside of Japan. By turns poetic, comical, and deeply unsettling, Abandon the Old in Tokyo is a collection of unforgettable short stories from the modern master
- Drawn & Quarterly
"Starkly beautiful... revelatory... fearless.
- The Village Voice
"Marvelously evocative... Tatsumis's stories flow with dreamlike ambiguity
- Publishers Weekly
"With both fascination and empathy, Tatsumi explores the lives of people on society's bottom rung and exposes a world of lost souls, unattainable dreams, and unexpected redemption.
- Bookforum


About Love

by Konohara Narise (Author), Ootake Tomo (Artist)

Wedding co-ordinator Asaka could never forget his very first clients. When he meets up once more with that very same client, the man who spends his life arranging weddings for others unexpectedly learns a few things about love himself. Heartwarmingly bittersweet, this is the eagerly awaited English-language debut of mangaka Tomo Ootake


Absolute Boyfriend

by Watase Yuu (Author/Artist)

Rejected way too many times by good-looking (and unattainable) guys, shy Riiko Izawa goes online and signs up for a free trial of a mysterious Nightly Lover "figure." The very next day a cute naked guy is delivered to her door, and he wants to be her boyfriend
Has Riiko died and gone to heaven' The cute guy turns out to be sweet, smart, a great cook, and lots more. And he looks like a million bucks, which is what he's going to cost Riiko if she doesn't return him in time..
*Includes two other side stories in the last volume called
' Ohoshisama ni wa Sasemasen! (I Won't Let You Become A Star!)
A special short story that was published in a freebie book put out in Sho-Comi. Sneaking into a boys' school to exterminate ghosts! However, what is the boy Chima has always admired doing there...!
- ShoujoMagic
? Shounen Aromatic (Aromatic Boy)
Kabuki Takitsugu is a boy who has the family trait of smell. He can smell anyone's fragrance and find their perfect match. One day, a mysterious girl named Hatsune appears before him, asking him to find a match for her. But, for some strange reason.. Hatsune doesn't have a scent


Absolute Duo

by Hiiragiboshi Takumi (Author), Nariie Shinichirou (Artist)

After losing a loved one, Tooru Konoe enrolls at Kouryou Academy so as to gain a <>, a weapon that is his soul made manifest, for the sake of revenge. He was expecting a weapon... What he got was a shield... How is he to seek revenge with something that isn't even a weapon?