The adventure is over but life goes on for an elf mage just beginning to learn what living is all about. Elf mage Frieren and her courageous fellow adventurers have defeated the Demon King and brought peace to the land. With the great struggle over, they all go their separate ways to live a quiet life. But as an elf, Frieren, nearly immortal, will long outlive the rest of her former party. How will she come to terms with the mortality of her friends? How can she find fulfillment in her own life, and can she learn to understand what life means to the humans around her? Frieren begins a new journey to find the answer.
The demon king has been defeated, and the victorious hero party returns home before disbanding. The four—mage Frieren, hero Himmel, priest Heiter, and warrior Eisen—reminisce about their decade-long journey as the moment to bid each other farewell arrives. But the passing of time is different for elves, thus Frieren witnesses her companions slowly pass away one by one. Before his death, Heiter manages to foist a young human apprentice called Fern onto Frieren. Driven by the elf's passion for collecting a myriad of magic spells, the pair embarks on a seemingly aimless journey, revisiting the places that the heroes of yore had visited. Along their travels, Frieren slowly confronts her regrets of missed opportunities to form deeper bonds with her now-deceased comrades. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Akari couldn't think less of her school's karate champ, Abe-kun, despite him being the national champion. He's giant, uncouth, and couldn't be more different than her sweet angel and childhood friend, Takuto. But when Abe-kun injures his arm protecting her, she takes it upon herself to get him healed—after all, the school's pride is at stake—but finds the tables suddenly turned when he confesses to her! Now she's the goal he's aiming for, and she'll soon find out how driven a national champion can be!
Akari couldn't think less of her school's karate champ, Abe-kun, despite him being the national champion. He's giant, uncouth, and couldn't be more different than her sweet angel and childhood friend, Takuto. But when Abe-kun injures his arm protecting her, she takes it upon herself to get him healed—after all, the school's pride is at stake—but finds the tables suddenly turned when he confesses to her! Now she's the goal he's aiming for, and she'll soon find out how driven a national champion can be! (Source: Kodansha Comics USA)
In the Abe Seimei Koikatari series V.1 - Hana no Utage 1. Feast of the Flowers Ming became blind after an unknown illness two years ago. One night, she meets a man in her dreams who restores her sight. She falls in love with him, but how will she find him again? 2. The Girl Among the Moonlilies A princess chases a firefly which leads her to a man. She is so surprised by him that she steps backward and accidentally falls over a cliff, losing her memory. What will happen to her? 3. Moon's Dew; Star's Tears 4. Winter's Bloom V.2 - Hanakanmuri no Hime (The Flower Crown Princess) 1. The Golden Phoenix, the Silver Phoenix A princess longs for a lost love and almost loses her life until a mysterious exorcist opens her heart and mind to the truth and to what has been right in front of her all along. 2. The Hime with the Flower Crown A young princess learns with the help of a mysterious young boy that putting away childish things may ultimately lead to a fulfilling new world and to the fulfilment of her beloved father's wish. 3. Memories of a Flower While trying to solve the mystery behind the ghostly apparition of his beloved princess, a young man learns to ease his own sadness. V.3 - Hanaemi no Otome 1. Hanaemi no Otome A daughter of a high status man is being cursed by Douman, a man with strong spiritual power. Abe Seimei is set to save her. 2. Kaze no Hatsune Story of young Douman's love, and also of how he met Seimei for the first time. 3. Tsukimiya no Maihime V.4 - Hana Akari no Yakusoku
Flaming, stalkers, bullying... As the Internet society expands, the number of incidents and problems on the SNS continues to increase. Because it is a place where people can connect, numerous conflicts arise... There is one person who likes to get involved in all these problems. His name is Ononokitukasa, also known as "SNS Detective," and he is an expert on social networking sites, uncovering the truth behind the Internet and the human heart!
Tales of Abe no Seimei's youth. Collection of short stories & one-shots.
A continuation of Abe Youichi's earlier oneshot. Consists of: 1. Onikujo 2. Onikujo Season 2 3. Onikujo Kajuen 4. Kinzoku no Kimi e (oneshot)
The Nightmare of Fabrication is a beautifully drawn full-colour manga from Yoshitoshi ABe. The 18 page short story can be found in the Lain Omnipresence in Wired artbook. It's a bonus story which apparently isn't related with neither the anime nor the PS game. It shows characters who were included in the PS game but not in the TV series (like the psychiatrist), but also determinant characters from the anime who didn't appear in the videogame (like Deus).
In this manga short story written and drawn by Yarō Abe the reader is introduced to Toru Koeda, a seventh grader who is going through the trying times of puberty and finds release in a bamboo ear cleaner. Although Abe’s art might at first seem simplistic, it enhances the characters’ personalities and allows the readers to easily identify with them during the short read. Winner of the 53rd Newcomer Comic Award.
Compilation of doujinshi by Yomotsuka Tsukasa (square HEAD). Chapter 1 : Azure Fragment (蒼穹フラグメント) Chapter 2 : Luminous Chapter 3 : Last Page Again (ラストページをもう一度) Chapter 4 : Anemone Note (アネモネノート) Chapter 5 : Dear Melancoly (ディア メランコリー) Chapter 6 : µ'sic Tips Chapter 7 : Love Song for a Sunny Girl (陽だまクにラブソング)
Hoshi Shinichi Jun Haneo Aoki Toshinao Dowman Sayman Imamura Yoko Hikochi Sakuya Asada Nikki Kawaguchi Madoka Ishiguro Masakazu Kito Abe Jun Hitomi Akane Kazuhashi Tomo Iwaoka Hisae Arita Kei Kiki Aoki Tomo
Omnibus of short stories from the famous science-fiction author Hoshi Shin'ichi: Volume 1: Afternoon Dinosaur - Perfect Girl (JUN) - Golden Pin (KAWAGUCHI Madoka) - A Study of Angels (KIKI) - I am an Assassin (KAZUHASHI Tomo) - Come Out (SABA Tamayumi) - Afternoon Dinosaur (SHIRAI Hiroko) - Modern Life (ARITA Kei) - Living Maintenance (SHIMURA Takako) - Incident of the Night (ODA Hideji) - Box (ODA Hideji) Volume 2: The Gate to Space - The Gate to Space (KITOH Mohiro) - The Mirror (HANEO) - The Patient (TOYAMA Mutsuki) - The Butterfly of Winter (ABE Jun) - Execution (ABE Jun) - The Problem of Level (HITOMI Akane) - Fate (KAWAGUCHI Madoka) - Wonderful Life (SUZUKI Shiho) Volume 3: Short Short Shoutaiseki Volume 4: The Friendly Demon Volume 5: The Guest From Space
Iori Shino (virgin) is engaged to Tendo Tsukasa, a celebrity on campus, because of an unintentional comment he made. However, Tsukasa was a rich and undeniably extremely beautiful girl who was rumored to "sleep with anyone" At first, Iori was bewildered by the difference in knowledge and experience. But gradually, he is drawn to her unexpected side.... Opposites in love, they question the meaning of love! A slightly mature coming-of-age romantic comedy!
It's the Heian Era in Ancient Japan, after numerous disasters and rebellions, The Emperor Suzaku believes Heaven has abandoned him and his advisors secretly consider ways to replace him, meanwhile, the sorcerers known as Onmyouji are dragged into a series of fights against demons summoned by mysterious curses. They will have to delve deep into conspiracies to discover the true nature of these cases.
The cute avatar Saeko promises to fulfill any wish you might have. All she asks for is friendship for life, and specially, death. 1. Michiru (by Momono Moto) 2. Tsukasa (by Mihoshi Megane) 3. Yuu (by Nakahara★Momota) 4. Kiyomi (by Chidori Peko) 5. Saeko (by Kajitani Shino)
Based on the dating simulation game, Amagami (Gentle Bite). This adaptation focus on each heroine based on the Amagami visual novel. V.1-2 - Ayatsuji V.3-4 - Kaoru V.5 - collection of short stories
The original artbook of Abe Yoshitoshi that predates the actual show Haibane-Renmei by a few years. Published in 1998, it contains angels goofing off and being cute.
Haru visits Canada to spend the summer holidays in the woodland house of his strict, strong-willed mother, Haruko. There, she burdens him with the responsibility of caring for his younger adoptive brother – a wild and unruly little boy named Ren, who trusts no-one and who prefers to wander in the woods with Haruko's dogs rather than associate other people. Haruko orders Haru to "civilize" Ren. As the young man strives to teach Ren how to live in human society, their relationship gradually improves – so much so that Haru plans on taking his "little brother" to Japan with him once he finds a job. Unfortunately, fate has a cruel habit of interfering with one's plans… ---
A manga that revolves around an old-fashioned all-night food stall, the various dishes that the stall owner prepares to suit the tastes of different customers, and the joys, griefs, trials and tribulations of his faithful patrons. - Nominated for the 2nd Manga Taisho Award (2009) - Winner of the 39th Japan Cartoonist Awards Grand Prize (2010)
Fujishima Takara, a high school student, will soon start living in a dorm due to having lost all of his family except for his father, who's always away for work. Takara has to share a room with Hosaka Kiyomine. Living together isn't easy, and many rows ensue. Kiyomine is very introverted, while Takara is just the opposite. At first, the two get on each other's nerves because of those differences. But things turn towards friendship and later on towards love. ---
The bizarre everyday life stories of the citizens of a coastal port town, Daidai.