Genre - Horror

  • In a city so dismal it’s known only as “the Hole,” a clan of sorcerers have been plucking people off the streets to use as guinea pigs for atrocious “experiments” in the black arts. In a dark alley, Nikaido found Kaiman, a man with a reptile head and a bad case of amnesia. To undo the spell, they’re hunting and killing the sorcerers of the Hole, hoping that eventually they’ll kill the right one. But when En, the head sorcerer, gets word of a lizard–man slaughtering his people, he sends a crew of “cleaners” into the Hole, igniting a war between two worlds.

    Dorohedoro
  • Manga version of the same-name anime. Enma-kun (a flame-based boy) along with Chapeauji (a demon with the form of a hat), Yukiko-hime (an ice-based girl) and Kapaeru (a Kappa) form the demon-hunting squad sent by Enma-Daio, the ruler of Hell, in order to capture escaped demons. With the help of the human boy Tsutomu, the Yokai Patrol fights the demons they encounter to stop them from causing mischief.

    Dororon Enma-kun
  • At first glance - he's weak guy. Arutsu is one prone to sickness and has always been. He literally fights bacteria and viruses in other people, with his friends. Our weak hero appears! Wait...maybe he's not so "weak" when he fights?!

    Double Gauge
  • It is said that on a prohibited island called Dragon`s Beak the power of the gods resides. Anyone who obtains the power will have all their wishes fulfilled. (Source: M-U)

    DRUG-ON
  • When the chant "Eko Eko Azark" sounds, something is bound to occur, be it within the town or the school! A classic horror manga, Eko Eko Azarak follows Misa Kuroi, a witch who transfer to a new school and the bizarre horrors which she encounters there. While relatively unknown outside of Japan, the series was extremely well received domestically. It lasted for 19 volumes, and spawned a six volume sequel, an OVA, two TV series and six live action films.

    Eko Eko Azaraku
  • The story involves human mutations called "diclonii", who are born with horns on their heads and possess telekinetic powers, in the form of invisible "arms" called vectors. The power of these arms vary, but they can stop normal bullets and deflect some others. The number of them differ with each diclinous, as does their full range. The tendency for violence among diclonii is high, especially as they grow older. As children, their violence stems from a certain playfullness, unlike the absolute hatred of humans in their later years. Diclonii are rare, as they are the members of their species that are able to reproduce naturally. Silpelits are more common. They are the offspring of two humans, the male of which has been infected with the mutation. Interestingly, only males can pass on the genes, and all diclonii and silpelits turn out to be female. Certain scientists noticed an increasing number of babies with horns being born, along with those children murdering their own parents and others, and tried to contain the spreading and find out the cause by placing them in a Facility in cells where they are subject to inhumane experiments to test their abilities or were they await execution for being too dangerous. The main non-mutant character in the story is Kouta, who ends up becoming increasingly involved with one diclonius in particular, the main mutant character Lucy, the only pure diclonius, as she seeks a way to infect or kill all of humanity. Lucy has a cruel and unsettling past, and she has long since lost her empathy for humans, except for Kouta. However, Director Kakuzawa, who has diclonius ancestry although he doesn't have the vectors, has plans to mate with Lucy and start a true diclonius race. If Lucy is found and he manges to do so, humanity will be nonexistent. Kouta and Lucy's lives have been intertwined since their childhood, but not necessarily in a good way. And after the virus is airborne and spread across all of Japan, what is the fate of humanity and who holds all of the answers? (Written by MAL member: luvsanime02)

    Elfen Lied
  • Japan is a brilliant Asian model of success and obligatorily. But how would this country manage to manage a large-scale sanitary crisis? What would it happen if, to Shinjuku, one of the biggest districts of Tokyo, a man came to empty of his blood in the street at broad daylight? How would the political and sanitary authorities manage the drama? Think, please, about the question as long as you still have the possibility of it because for the professors Onodera and Sekiguchi it is already too late! An emergent virus begins to insinuate itself slowly into the arteries of the Japanese capital?

    Emerging
  • A side story that takes place within the Ergo Proxy universe about an autoreiv that travels on the Centzon. The world is bigger than you think... After the explosion of the methane hydrate layer, the remaining members of mankind are forced to live in isolated domed cities scattered across the arid and inhospitable planet. They live in a controlled society and are assisted in daily life by autonomous robots called AutoReivs. In one of these cities, Romdo, Inspector Re-l Mayer, granddaughter of the regent, leads an investigation concerning AutoReivs that have gone mad after being infected by the Cogito virus. In the process, she comes in contact with a monster called Proxy. Elsewhere in the city, immigrant Vincent Law is on the run after being framed for involvement in several Cogito cases. Together, along with the adorable child-AutoReiv Pino, they set out on a journey to the dome city Moscow in order to unravel the mystery of the Proxies.

    Ergo Proxy
  • One of the story of a collection of six horror stories by Junji Ito. Featuring stories such as Long Hair in the Attic. Consistsof: Each volume has its own title: 1. Tomie 1 (scanlated) 2. Tomie 2 (scanlated) 3. Flesh Colored Horror (scanlated) 4. Kao Dorobou (The Face Burglar) 5. Souichi no Tanoshii Nikki (Souichi\'s Diary of Delights) 6. Souichi no Noroi Nikki (Souichi\'s Diary of Curses) 7. Namekuji no Shoujo (Slug Girl) 8. Chi Tamaki (Blood-bubble Bushes) 9. Kubi Gensou (Hallucinations) 10. Ayatsuri no Yashiki (House of the Marionettes) 11. Michi no Naimachi (The Town Without Streets) 12. Ijimetsu Musume (The Bully) 13. Circus ga Kita (The Circus is Here) 14. Tunnel no Tan (The Story of the Mysterious Tunnel) 15. Shibito no Kowazurai (Lovesick Dead) (scanlated) 16. Frankenstein

    Flesh Coloured Horror
  • After the sudden death of her parents, a young woman named Shiori Kanzaki find a picture of a man that she believes to be her grandfather, and travels to Azaka Village, where he was apparently from, in hopes of meeting him. However, when she arrives she instead finds that the tiny village has a museum that she realizes she lived in as a young girl. There she meets Sakuma, a middle school girl who tends to get herself in trouble, and Suga, the strange manager of the museum who only communicates in written memos. Suga grudgingly allows her to stay at the museum for awhile and research her family. But there is a legend in the village of "Kotori Obake", a demon woman who abducts children who go into the nearby forest. How is this story connected to Shiori's past, and why does she hear voices calling her, commanding her to "Come fulfill the promise"?

    Forest Of Drizzling Rain
  • A SF/horror manga that takes place in 2200. At a chicken manufacturing company, a certain chicken transforms into a supermutant named Chicken George. And so, a nightmarish journey through a twisted version of the future unfolds.

    Fourteen
  • A collection of very short and mostly atmospheric stories dealing with urban legends, ghosts, and superstitions all organized around a specific theme (school, visitors, etc.). Some are just two pages long.

    Fuan no Tane