Lupin VIII is a manga written by Ken Takigawa (滝川健市) and illustrated by Eiichi Saito (斉藤栄一) under the joint pen name おりはるこん (Orichalcum), serialized in Futabasha's Monthly Hyakuten (100-ten) Comic manga magazine from 1982 to 1983. It is based off the cancelled TV series Lupin VIII.
An inexplicable catastrophe plunges Japan to the bottom of the ocean. A boy survives the misfortune, but he has been abandoned in a land surrounded by sea on all sides. His effort to stay alive compels him to sharpen his wit, as he finds that nothing he learned in school is useful for staying alive. Note: Volume count based on the wideban.
Hayata Shinjirou is the son of Hayata Shin, the first Ultraman. He was born with special abilities due to the Ultraman factor that remained in his father's body. The seemingly peaceful life of the Hayatas is suddenly transformed by an enemy attack. Shinjirou is caught up in a fate he cannot resist... --- **Links:** - [Anime on ANN](https://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/anime.php?id=21602)
Saitou, a rather arrogant kid, announces his super power to his class on the first day of high school. He imagines that it will make all the girls swoon, and he'll be crazily popular. Unfortunately, his ability to bend a spoon looks more like a cheap trick than a super power, and everyone laughs in his face. Soon he learns that he is not the only kid with superpowers at the school, and there is even a Super Powers Research Club. He soon finds himself dragged into the society of a friendly invincible girl, a violent telekinetic girl, and a mind-reader. Rather than being swooned over, Saitou appears to have the least impressive ability of the group! Is there any way for him to get the happy high school life he was hoping for?
Conan and the Detective Boys are asked to help kids who have been send backwards in time. These "Time Drifters" explore different eras of Japanese history in search of the Time Stones that will help them return to the present day. [Official Website](https://www.shogakukan.co.jp/pr/ntconan/)
Ireland, 1849. After losing everything in the Great Famine, Amelia and Connor immigrated to the United States of America in order to find happiness and become rich in California during the Gold Rush period.
Your everyday, soon-to-be Junior High student Kinoshita Shinya is only visiting relatives when he gets lost. Your everyday sportsy karate kid Yanagiya Takumi is only going for a jog when he runs into Shinya… When losing one's way leads to finding one's passion, every turn brings new encounters, and a new friendship is born! Follow this amazing new series about Karate that is sure to excite!
For 52 years, Takumi Fujimura, a craftsman who has continued to hone his skills at a town factory, finds himself in a predicament when he has a dispute with a client and stops getting loans from banks. After many years of hard work, he finally collapses, but he awakens in a different world where he meets Frau, a girl who aspires to become a hero. With the benefit of modern technology and decades of crafting skill, can Takumi take this new world by storm?
A Survival side story, set between the events of chapters 76 and 77. While travelling on his journey Satoru comes across a boy drowning in a river. He attempts to save him, though is swept away by the current and loses consciousness. Upon waking he finds himself in a mysterious city ruled over by a cruel tyrant. The chapters which make up Survival: Another Story were originally published in Shounen Sunday alongside the main series, and are included in the first 22 volume print by Shogakukan. However, later reprints have always collected the chapters into their own, separate volume.
Kanade is a trashy man who has bad manners and no concept of money, but lives by trusting only one face. One day, he runs into his high school junior, Haruka, but his ex-girlfriend who holds a grudge against Kanade stabs them both with a knife. Then, when he opened his eyes, he was in the world of an Omegaverse?! Kanade, who became an omega, couldn't stand it anymore and ended up seducing Alpha Haruka with a flushed face... ?!
Ireland, 1849. The country is currently amid the Great Famine. Caused by a potato blight, hundreds of thousands have died due to starvation and other deadly disorders. Due to these circumstances, paying rent has become difficult for farmers, resulting in the eviction of many from their land. Two such people who got caught up in this dreadful situation are Amelia, a frail 14-year-old girl, and her servant Connor. Her family's land was taken away, forcing the pair to struggle while living as vagrants. However, just across the sea, a rather profitable event is taking place—the California Gold Rush. With aspirations of becoming millionaires, Amelia aims to turn both her and Connor's lives around. They decide to travel to America, hoping for a life without ever needing to face hardships again. is the story of two refugees as they venture outside of Ireland, with only their hopes and dreams pushing them forward.
The most reckless man in the world — an unfortunate pilot with no chance for advancement — is the Japanese man “Oki”. Thanks to rash piloting that breaks the simulator, the loveable plane-guy racks up $300,000 in debt. To pay off his debts, he risks his life flying jobs high above the surface!
Golgo 13, the man who is shrouded in mystery, and the terrifying facts that shine behind the fiction... The trajectory of the bullets fired by Golgo 13 will determine the course of the world's murky waters! British Intelligence hires Golgo 13 to eliminate a former Nazi SS chief who hid a vast amount of counterfeit money at WWII's end. What awaits him in the fortified castle? Currently the longest running manga series done by one of the members of the gekiga group. The bestselling Seinen manga (and the best selling Gekiga) as of 2022 with over 300 million tankoban volumes sold, and the 3rd bestselling manga in history behind Dragon Ball and One Piece. --- - **1976 21st Shogakukan Manga Award for General Manga winner** - **2002 31st Japan Cartoonists Association Award Grand Prize winner** - **2005 50th Shogakukan Manga Jury Special Award winner** - **2021 Guinness World Record for Most Volumes of a Single Manga Series** --- [Anime and live action adaptions](https://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/manga.php?id=1519)
A series of stories featuring the exploits of Doll, a highly skilled and reliable detective for the Sunrise hotel chain. [Golgo 13 Crossover Chapter](https://mangadex.org/chapter/f2a73aca-2eab-4803-b988-062276c274fa)
"Mermaids can change their appearance, but their ferocity remains the same." A sea with a mysterious rumor that all bad things are blamed on mermaids. A human and a mermaid who meet there, what is the fate of the two people--!!
A seinen take on Saito's classic *Survival*. It tells about the drama of those who survived the fall of a meteorite on the Pacific Ocean after a failed attempt of destroying it with a missile. Cities are destroyed by big earthquakes, food runs short, illness spread quickly. In the midst of this scenario, Ootomo, the main character of this series, will do whatever in order to survive.
In Kitakaruizawa, a human larger-than-life springs forth from the Kobayakawa Research Center in the middle of the night. That same human, in an instant of pain and agony, turns to dust and is swept away by a forceful gale across the landscape, a tremendous sight witnessed only by clan of truck drivers rushing down the late-night highway. The experiment of Doctor Kobayakawa ends in a disappointing failure, yet the elder brother of a young Akio makes the acquaintance of the Doctor, unmistakably a trap, one bearing the danger of a new experiment…
From ebookrenta: Takeshi and Kentaro are two friends who have been together since they were infants. They were born in the same hospital on the same day, have shared every class in school and even vie over the same girl. However, soon the two friends become closer than they'd like when they discover they are the Chosen Ones that will defeat the powers of an evil being and his minions who are currently wreaking havoc on mankind. Together, the two merge and become a super fighter known as Barom One, capable of taking down monsters with ease. Can Takeshi and Kentaro band together to save the world? Serialized from 1970-1971 in Kodansha's Weekly Bokura Magazine. It was collected into two tankobons.
Hiyumi is an ordinary teenage girl who, when her father told her they were going to move to Nagano prefecture, immediately pictured life in one of the biggest, liveliest centers of Japan. She never expected for them to move to one of the least populated towns in the area. A town which takes a mile-long walk to get to a single convenience store. A town where you can count the different families on one hand. *That* type of town. Anyway, let’s watch Hiyumi experience her new life in the boonies.
The ultimate book that complements "Trinity Seven" such as character introduction and magic analysis! A special dialogue between Kenji Saito and Akinari Nao and a newly drawn comic are also posted. In addition, tribute illustrations drawn by super-luxury writers are also included! - Google Translated