Arcaspia, the "world of creatures," is home to all manner of mythical and fantastic beings - including the undead. To maintain order in Arcaspia and enforce laws upon these dangerous individuals, the Dead an Dead organization was formed. Notorious Dead an Dead agent number 666 Nico Alsbarn (colloquially known as "Legs Russo" for his perpetually blood-stained legs) takes on an undead invasion in this oneshot by Osamu Nishi!
Iruma Suzuki, fourteen years old, can’t say no to any request. His irresponsible parents make him work dangerous job after dangerous job to support them, and then one day they sell him to a demon! But, much to his surprise, the demon wants to adopt Iruma as his grandson? Unable to refuse his request, Iruma becomes the grandson of the great demon Sullivan. His new doting demon grandfather enrolls him in Demon School Babyls – where Sullivan is coincidentally the principal. Thus begins Iruma-kun's extraordinary school life among the otherworldly, meeting many colorful demons, taking on daunting challenges, and facing his true self as he rises to become someone great. Cozy magical slice of life with occasional urban terrorism.
A special, two-part side story manga set in the world of *Mairimashita! Iruma-kun*, focusing on Naberius Kalego during his days as a student of Babyls Demon School.
Tanaka-san is a legendary hotel man (concierge), and after his death, he became a legend in the underworld. In the underworld, Mei works at the dilapidated Hotel Helheim. It was once a glorious hotel, and one where Mei has many fond memories. One day, Tanaka-san appears, ready to restore the Hotel Helheim to its former success. Mei will become the famous Tanaka-san's assistant, as he works to make Hotel Helheim a top-class underworld hotel! *Originally published in Jump Square as a 3-volume series from November 2014 to September 2015, the series was later republished under the Shonen Champion Comics label from December 2019 to January 2020. The volume count reflects the republished version, as it is the only one currently available.*
Fourteen-year-old Iruma Suzuki has the worst luck possible! Incapable of saying no to anyone, he has always performed whatever life-threatening jobs his greedy and lazy parents requested. His life takes an unexpected turn when they form a contract with Sullivan, a high-ranking demon, at the cost of his soul. Afraid and confused, Iruma is surprised that all Sullivan wants is to act as his grandfather. Sullivan takes care of Iruma and decides to enroll him in the demon school Babyls. Iruma's greatest challenge is hiding his status as a human, so keeping a low profile among his peers is the only option. However, Iruma will soon discover that he is no ordinary human, and the demons might also be more than what meets the eye. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
A young Kalego Naberius' school days at Babyls Demon School do not begin as planned, as he is immediately targeted by several students who mistake him for the infamous "top dog" of Babyls. Despite having hospitalized several students, little is known about the top dog's identity aside from the fact they have dark curly hair, sport two horns, and wear a combination of the boys' and girls' uniforms—all of which also apply to Kalego. Desiring a more peaceful school life, Kalego and his friend Baramu "Balam" Shichirou resolve to uncover the true identity of this mysterious troublemaker and put an end to their reign of chaos.
Shaoron Teufel is an ambitious demon who has enrolled in the demon school known as Babyls, aiming to become popular and join the Student Council. However, a number of trials await him as soon as he arrives! Being recruited by a shady division, summoning a familiar, participating in a flying test… Will Shaoron be able to stand out even more than the special student, Iruma-kun? A collaboration between *Mairimashita! Iruma-kun* and a popular Japanese YouTube channel, *We are the Main Characters of ◯◯!* - [We are the Main Characters of ◯◯! channel](https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIZzHNbzlIskx3TxGznRyYg)
This is a collection of short stories that Tezuka wrote about transformation and its many forms. (from DMP): The world is nothing but a series of metamorphoses, from changing who you are internally to be a better person to the actual act of growing from a baby to an adult to the elderly. In the world of Osamu Tezuka, transformations show the darkness of humanity. One machine turns humanity's cast-offs into easily-hunted prey. A dancing farmer is turned into a put-upon vagrant only supported by his cat. A giant oaf turns out to be the sweetest and effeminate best friend you could hope for. --- **Volume 88 of the Osamu Tezuka Complete Works**
The story begins with a scientist, Dr. Yorkshire Bell, noting that dinosaurs flourished and became extinct when they advanced beyond their ability to adapt to change. Giant mammals, such as the saber-toothed tiger and the mammoth, came and went the same way… --- **Volume 44 of the Osamu Tezuka Complete Works**
*A work that was not collected in the Tezuka 400 released in 1978 due to Tezuka losing the originals, but collected in the Tezuka bunko.* More-or-less a direct adaptation of the classic Walt Disney animated feature film of the same name. (from ebookjapan): In the deep mountains of Australia, a life was born. The fawn, named Bambi, grows up together with the animals of the forest. One night in the forest, Bambi encounters a stag with magnificent antlers. As he follows it deep into the forest, he is surrounded by terrifying wolves....... A fantastic work by Osamu Tezuka, based on the Disney animated masterpiece!
Vengeful spirit is a mass of emotions that clings to this world with a grudge. In the growing modern world, vengeful spirits with various "grudges" were born, and there were also exorcists who specialized in that particular field. The wild "shitty big emotion" that the exorcist Osamu faces is... a fangirl?! She loves manga and anime, and she calms raging spirits. A gag series featuring a contemporary exorcist! (Source: MANGA Plus)
An adaptation of Fyodor Dostoyevsky's classic Crime and Punishment, reworked for younger readers. The setting is St. Petersburg in Czarist Russia, in the days just prior to the Russian Revolution. Rascalnikov is a child from a poor family. He murders an old lady who is a loan shark and flees with her valuables. Judge Polifili, who has been assigned to the case, immediately suspects Rascalnikov because he had recently submitted an essay in a magazine claiming that "the world is divided into those who are geniuses and those who are not. A genius may commit murder but is not guilty if it is for the good of the world." At first, Rascalnikov feels invincible and confident that he can elude the law, but the Judge Polifili obstinately persists in his investigation, and gradually Rascalnikov comes to feel cornered. In the meantime, Sonya, a prostitute, frantically tries to persuade Rascalnikov to turn himself in. All this takes place on the eve of the Russian Revolution. [Official English](https://emanga.com/products/crime-and-punishment-revised-edition?variant=32122389382) --- **Volume 10 of the Osamu Tezuka Complete Works**
Vengeful spirit is a mass of emotions that clings to this world with a grudge. In the growing modern world, vengeful spirits with various "grudges" were born, and there were also exorcists who specialized in that particular field. The wild "shitty big emotion" that the exorcist Osamu faces is... a fangirl?! She loves manga and anime, and she calms raging spirits. A gag series featuring a contemporary exorcist!
Black Jack is an "unregistered" doctor with a clouded, mysterious past. He works with his little assistant Pinoko (who has a massive crush on the doctor), dealing with medical cases not very well known, which can be strange, dangerous, or not known at all. But he is a genius, and can save almost any of his patients' lives (as long as they have the money for it), and is known to many around the world, especially to those of medicine and science. He's a man of science himself, and does not believe much until he has seen it, yet it is many times he is surprised by love and nature often overpowering the science he bases his life in. Out of total 243 chapters chapter 113.5: 'U-18 Knew' was released in weakly shonen champin special issue and those it's unnumbered. Also 11 chapters were not included in the Vertical English release, out of those 11 chapters: 3 were exclusively Included in the hardcover editions of volumes 1-3, and also 5 of them are labeled as [Sealed](http://tezukainenglish.com/wp/?page_id=573) meaning they have been excluded from almost every collected release because they were controversial or Osamu wasn't happy with them. [Official English](https://kodansha.us/series/black-jack/) --- - **Won the 1st Kodansha Manga Award for Shonen in 1977, which it shared with Tezuka's other serial, Three-Eyed One** - **Won the 4th Japan Cartoonists Association Special Excellence Award in 1975** --- The following link takes you to AnimeNewsNetwork for the anime adaptation, OVAs, movies, etc.: [ANN](https://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/manga.php?id=1341) --- **Volumes 151-168, 366 and 367, 370 and 371 of the Osamu Tezuka Complete Works**
The story is set in a world with a mysterious phenomenon known as "flow," and features two people (and one cat) who make a living dealing with it.
"Was I just a replacement from the beginning?" On the night of his father's funeral, a college student named Yamato meets a man who leaves a big impression on him. He doesn't give his name, but leaves behind some words that stick in Yamato's mind. "Are you his son? You look much like him." Several days later, much to his surprise, Yamato meets the man again, and beneath the moonlight, their love secretly begins…
Firiel Dee is a 15 year old girl who lives with her poor foster parents in the remote mountain highlands of Sera Field. One day, she is invited to go to a ball, only to discover that she might be the heir to the throne. Soon, Firiel and her friends decide to partake in a quest for the truth, unaware of the dangers that await them.
A collection of science fiction stories Osamu Tezuka did for shonen magazines during the 1960's. --- **Volumes 78 and 79 of the Osamu Tezuka Complete Works**