Genre - Drama

  • High-school student Yota Moteuchi is so unpopular that his classmates have given him the nickname "Dateless." So it\'s no surprise when the love of his life, Moemi, is not interested in Yota but instead is in love with Yota\'s best friend, Takashi. Yota turns to a video rental shop for comfort, but little did he suspect that the shop was magical and that the cute girl on his rented tape would pop out of the television and try to fix his ruined love life! NOTE: First 7 chapters are read LEFT TO RIGHT NOTE2: There are 2 stories in the manga. Video Girl Ai runs from volume 1-13 and Video Girl Len that runs from volume 14-15.

    Video Girl AI
  • Rina is always busy studying and working to support herself. After the depressing news that she again lost first place in the school rankings to Julius, an expressionless guy who is her arch rival, Rina finds Milch, a little fairy girl. Later, she meets Sylvie, a Fairyland knight who has come to rescue Milch.

    Viehmannin wa Utau
  • In the world of Kouhei Horikoshi's Boku no Hero Academia, nearly everyone in the world has powers known as "Quirks". Normally, the law enforces the rule that citizens cannot use their Quirks out in the open, and that privilege is reserved only for registered superheroes. However, a select few have chosen to reject this rule. They are known as vigilantes - people with the hearts of heroes, but the reputation of villains. This is their story.

    Vigilante: Boku no Hero Academia Illegals
  • In the world of Kouhei Horikoshi's Boku no Hero Academia, nearly everyone in the world has powers known as "Quirks". Normally, the law enforces the rule that citizens cannot use their Quirks out in the open, and that privilege is reserved only for registered superheroes. However, a select few have chosen to reject this rule. They are known as vigilantes - people with the hearts of heroes, but the reputation of villains. This is their story.

    Vigilante: My Hero Academia Illegals
  • September 11, 197x, In the whole Kantou region a magnitude 8-9 violent earthquake occurred. Scholars called it the great destruction of the Showa Era, but the people called it the earthquake from hell! Volcanoes erupted, buildings crumbled, Tokyo became decimated in a single day. The government, after failing to recover the city, abandons Tokyo and moves the capital. The survivors form a society with no laws. In this harsh lawless world emerges Jack, a 10 foot giant who annihilates anyone and anything in his path. The manga details his journey.

    Violence Jack
  • Salvors are men responsible for towing wrecked ships and handling the cargo. They are different from rescue teams as they usually ask for money before offering help. Nanba Rintarou's father was the owner of such a company, but Rintarou really hated the way they operate and decided to work in a proper rescue team. However, Rintarou's father died right after Rintarou completed his training. In his will he asked Rintarou to take over his company. What's worse is he left his son a debt of 1.5 billion yen...

    Waga Na wa Umishi
  • Saving his girlfriend's life, Sahu incidentally turns to a zombie. And now he's trying to survive in a stone jungle, believing that one day he will sing for the world.

    Wake Up Deadman
  • A nameless high school dropout teenager turns into an assassin for hire. He is a complete loner who uses his knife to kill his targets without any emotion or hesitation. He kills anyone who gets in his way whether they be a complete stranger or even the client that hired him in the first place. He meets a man named Iwanishi after one of his jobs goes bad. Iwanishi nicknames him Semi (Cicada) because he apparently talks too much and offers to become his manager, handling the business side of assassination. But it seems like Iwanishi has some secret agenda Semi isn’t aware of.

    Waltz
  • At the beginning of the XX century, the relationship between England and Japan was strained. England wanted to extend its influence over Japan, and Japan wasn't willing to let any other culture pass its borders. Koto, though, a Japanese girl, didn't care if the people she meets have almond shaped eyes or not, or if they wear a kimono or a western dress. Actually, she is fascinated by this foreign way of life that brings so many innovations into Japan. More than anything else, it's the clothing that seems to grab her attention, as she wants to become a tailor and create dresses for women of every culture. Unfortunately though, she's a woman, so she knows her dream will end as soon as she gets married. She will have to start acting like a noble and a respectable woman would. In fact, she is betrothed to Masaomi Kidoin, the second born of one of the most important and oldest families of Japan. The day she's told she will marry Masaomi, Koto attends a ball at the British Embassy and meets Sagitto, a half English and half Indian spy that captures her imagination and heart. But can their love story have a happy ending when the British and the Japanese are tracking down Sagitto because they want him dead, and Koto is forced to live a life that doesn't fit her?

    Waltz in A White Dress
  • A long time ago, a pair of twins were born. Back then, however, multiple births were considered unlucky, so one of the twins, a girl, was... crushed to death with a millstone, buried under the shade of a large mulberry tree. The girl's soul, lacking a fully grown spirit, could not reincarnate, and as such was forced to wander the world. Only after collecting 108 individual sources of human misery/worldly desire could she move onto the next world.

    Waraenu Douji - 108 no Gou
  • A woman learns a lesson about hope and faith from a man who has little of either to spare in this inspirational drama from South Korea. Yu-jeong teaches at a college, but she finds little satisfaction in her career. After falling into a deep depression and losing her belief in God, Yu-jeong attempts suicide. While Yu-jeong survives, her actions drive a wedge between her and her family, who are committed Christians and believe suicide is a mortal sin. Yu-jeong turns to her aunt, Sister Monica, for guidance; Sister Monica is a nun who does volunteer work at a prison. There Yu-jeong meets Yun-su, a convict sentenced to death who like her has come to question the existence of God. As the two get to know one another, they become friends, and as they learn to bring hope back into their lives, they find themselves reexamining their denial of faith. (Source: Mangaupdates)

    Watashitachi no Shiawase na Jikan
  • Komaki Matsuzawa, a mysterious girl who keeps writing -return to her home star- on the paper of her study of career every time. Hiroka Soma, who is the most beautiful girl in the school, and who is also as cold as -tundra-. Yukisada Tamura, who is a boy, and who got to make strenuous efforts with rushing around in circle by such two a-bit-wire girls. This is the story of an ordinary boy and two cute girls amusing twinging moments of love, in the seasons rushes through like comet. (Source: Manga Updates)

    Watashitachi no Tamura-kun