Ichiru Mizunuma is the student council president at the prestigious Ichimatsu High School. Shockingly, he is stabbed by fellow student and council vice president Kyosuke Hino. What is Kyosuke's motive? What is the badly injured Ichiru's secret plan? From the accomplished duo, writer Muneyuki Kaneshiro (As The Gods Will - The Second Series) and illustrator Naoki Serizawa (SARU LOCK), Billion Dogs is a fresh and exciting high school picaresque manga!
Yoichi Isagi lost the opportunity to go to the national high school championships because he passed to his teammate who missed instead of shooting himself. Isagi is one of 300 U-18 strikers chosen by Jinpachi Ego, a man who was hired by the Japan Football Association after the 2018 FIFA World Cup, to guide Japan to winning the World Cup by destroying Japanese football. Ego's plan is to isolate the 300 strikers into a prison-like institution called "Blue Lock", in order to create the world's biggest "egotist"/striker, which has been lacking in Japanese football. --- - **Won the 45th Kodansha Manga Award for Shonen in 2021**
After reflecting on the current state of Japanese soccer, the Japanese Football Association decides to hire the enigmatic and eccentric coach Jinpachi Ego to achieve their dream of winning the World Cup. Believing that Japan has lacked an egoistic striker hungry for goals, Jinpachi initiates the Blue Lock—a prison-like facility where three hundred talented strikers from high schools all over Japan are isolated and pitted against each other. The sole survivor of Blue Lock will earn the right to become the national team's striker, and those who are defeated shall be banned from joining the team forever. Selected to join this risky project is Yoichi Isagi, a striker who failed to bring his high school soccer team to the national tournament. After choosing to pass to a teammate who missed instead of scoring on his own, he could not help but wonder if the results would have been different had he been more selfish. Using this golden opportunity given by the Blue Lock Project, Yoichi aims to clear his doubts and chase his ultimate desire—to become the greatest striker in the world and lead Japan to World Cup glory. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Nagi Seishiro is a second-year high school student. He is a boy whose habit is to say, "It's a pain in the ass," and he lives his life listlessly. Until his partner, Mikage Reo, discovers his talent in the "Blue Lock," a dormitory for training strikers that aims to win the World Cup for Japanese soccer.
Shintarou Jagasaki, who is a neighborhood police officer, lives with his girlfriend while working a job that is killing him slowly with annoyance. It looks like he will end up marrying soon and live a boring life with a nuclear family - a grim future for a guy with dreams! One such day, a mysterious monster appeared on the train and he suddenly can shoot with his right hand like Master Buppanatsu, the eggplant mascot of his city!
Shintarou Jagasaki, who is a neighborhood police officer, lives with his girlfriend while working a job that is killing him slowly with annoyance. It looks like he will end up marrying soon and live a boring life with a nuclear family—a grim future for a guy with dreams! One such day, a mysterious monster appeared on the train and he suddenly can shoot with his right hand like Master Buppanatsu, the eggplant mascot of his city!
Ichiyoshi continues to work at a chocolate factory,locking away his "best" in his heart. One Christmas night, on his way home, he finds a mysterious superball that rolls out of the darkness...
We aim for the bowling high score… Next week, we watch the TV… Our senior friend is rich… Yes, our life is full of hope! The story centers on a group of friends who are satisfied and complacent with their everyday lives. The friends include Tobio, a passive high schooler who makes it a rule not to hope too much; Maru, a scheming boy who gossips behind people's back; Isami, a gaudy student who likes girls and recently got a girlfriend with big breasts; and their senior Paisen (slang for senpai, or upperclassman), a 20-year old man who is rich and has long graduated from high school.
Although satisfied with his average lifestyle, Tobio Masubuchi wishes for a long and fun existence, hoping that nothing will get in his way. Alongside his good friends Sho Isami, Yuki "Maru" Maruyama, and Hidero "Paisen" Kosaka, the group passes each day worry free, doing as they please. But when delinquents from a neighboring school overhear Maru saying that they should die, their troubles begin. After being kidnapped and brutally assaulted, Maru is found by his friends, who are shocked to see what has been done to him. Angry, Tobio proposes that they take immediate revenge, and after deciding how they should do so, the four put their plan into action. But when what should have been just a prank turns deadly, Tobio's aspirations for an undisturbed life are shattered forever. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Bessatsu Shonen Magazine's hugely popular story of survival and suspense moves to Weekly Shonen Magazine as a completely brand-new series! With the appearance of a strange daruma doll, ordinary life crumbles away in an instant. Even so, live on. Survive. This is the story of the "life" bestowed upon all those who have wished to die. Are you beef or chicken? Live, that's the only rule.
Yoichi Isagi lost the opportunity to go to the national high school championships because he passed to his teammate who missed instead of shooting himself. Isagi is one of 300 U-18 strikers chosen by Jinpachi Ego, a man who was hired by the Japan Football Association after the 2018 FIFA World Cup, to guide Japan to winning the World Cup by destroying Japanese football. Ego's plan is to isolate the 300 strikers into a prison-like institution called "Blue Lock", in order to create the world's biggest "egotist"/striker, which has been lacking in Japanese football.
Takahata Shun's day at high school begins just as normal and boring as ever, but it doesn't end that way. After his teacher's head explodes, he and his classmates find themselves forced to play children's games, such as Daruma ga Koronda (a game like Red Light/Green Light), with deadly stakes. With no idea who is behind this mysterious deadly game session, and no way of knowing when it will finally end, the only thing Shun and other students can do is keep trying to win… --- **Assistant** [Haruba Negi](https://mangadex.org/author/07a6a131-6567-4472-a08e-3ce84b5fc33a/haruba-negi "He is best known for his manga The Quintessential Quintuplets.")
This is a story from long, long ago, which tells of the Cro-Magnon people who lived 30000 years in the past. The story follows Akuu, the Cursed Child, born during the night of a blood moon, said to bring calamity upon all, and his attempt to fight destiny. (Source: MU)
A story set 30,000 years ago, starring the Cro-Magnon, by the duo behind Kami-sama no Iu Toori. The story follows Akuu, the Cursed Child, born during the night of a blood moon, said to bring calamity upon all and his attempt to fight destiny.
Ichiru Mizunuma is the student council president at the prestigious Ichimatsu High School. Shockingly, he is stabbed by fellow student and council vice president Kyousuke Hino. What is Kyousuke's motive? What is the badly injured Ichiru's secret plan? (Source: Manga Box)
Arata was just your normal high schooler, until one day when things started to move. He gets entangled in a phone game called "Dragon Collection". With his only redeeming quality being lucky, what can he do about conquering the World?
A new story from the duo behind the Kami-sama no Iutoori series. Humanity had to flee the Earth and venture into space to save itself. When five children finally awaken on their ship, they find they are all that remain…
High school student Yasuto Akashi's day begins like any other, but a fight with his best friend—Senichi Aoyama—causes him to skip school. Akashi realizes that he is in the wrong, and so he immediately returns to school. However, instead of open gates, he finds the school completely sealed off from the outside world. Soon after, a giant cat's head blasts through the windows, and Akashi spots Aoyama dressed in a rat costume while drenched in blood. Only three students manage to leave school alive that day, and similar occurrences are reported throughout the world. Akashi is not free from harm, however, as he is invited to partake in a deadly game whose participants are composed of those who missed school on that fateful day. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Shun Takahata finds his daily life boring and uneventful—that is, until his teacher's head explodes. Out of the remains of the corpse comes forth a Daruma doll, marking the beginning of a sadistic game. All who move when the Daruma is looking will be killed, and the winner is the one to push the button on the Daruma's back. Shun manages to remain calm through the slaughter of his classmates and becomes the sole victor in his class. But upon the game's completion, he finds that he is still locked inside the school and is forced to play through another hellish event. Who exactly is concocting these mysterious games, and is there any end in sight? Shun gives his all to find other survivors and work together to survive the Daruma's murderous tests. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
On her first day as a police academy trainee, Haruna is assigned to keep an eye on Ishikawa Ango, a driven and resourceful detective who has recently survived a gunshot wound to the head. What Haruna doesn't know is that the incident has given Ishikawa the ability to see and communicate with spirits of the victims, making him even more determined to use his special ability to catch culprits.
A salaryman's life gets turned upside down due to a dramatic tragedy, and now he is going to have a summer adventure the entire city will never forget.
Sugihara, a North Korean, began studying at a Japanese high-school. Since his father was an ex-pro boxer, Sugihara knew how to fight other Japanese boys who challenges him to a fight because of his nationality. At one party Sugihara meets a girl who would only let him know of her family name: Sakurai… Based on the [novel of the same name](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Go_(Kaneshiro_novel)).