Completed Projects

Aoi Tori Yori by Amagakure Gido
This sequel to Seinen Hakkaten and Yakedo to Tsumeato wraps up the stories for both couples.

Azumanga Daioh: Supplementary Materials by Azuma Kiyohiko
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Azumanga Daioh, the manga is being repackaged into a new three-volume set, which will include three chapters of new material called Supplementary Materials. Each new chapter covers one year of high school, with all new adventures (!?) for Sakaki, Yomi, Tomo, Chiyo, Osaka, and Kagura.

Baby, Kokoro no Mama ni! by Okuyama Puku
19-year-old Roji Shizuru has a crush on a fellow university student, Nana, but there always seems to be complications when he tries to get closer to her. For one thing, he’s afraid his hot friend Tachibana Masaki will steal her. Beyond that, the main complication comes from the interference of children, specifically one odd child called Maida Kokoro, who keeps clinging to Shizuru and calling him “mama”.

A Can of Happiness by Kawahara Kazune
Emi wins the special prize in a raffle, which turns out to be a can that supposedly holds happiness. There’s even a weird little man who starts following her around, claiming he’s the “god of the can” and trying to give her advice. But all she wants is for her relationship with her boyfriend to feel less like a one-sided crush. Will this can really help her be happy?

Includes four other short stories: Boys Just Don’t Understand, A Million Words, The Opposite of Love Is Hate, and I’ll Always Be Here.

Carnival of Blood and Bone by Uguisu Sachiko
Yume has no memories of her early childhood, but after discovering some disturbing drawings she made as a little girl, she sets out with some friends to visit the abandoned village she used to live in. The village is said to be haunted, but what they find is far beyond what they could ever have imagined…

Includes seven other stories: On Your Right, Our Secret Base, Naughty Games, The Familiar Tower, Creepy Crawlies, A Pleasant Nightmare, and The Rose Bride.

The Cherry Orchard by Yoshida Akimi
The drama club at Ouka Academy has a yearly tradition of putting Anton Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard every year for the school’s founding day festival. These four interwoven tales of love and friendship focus on four girls in the drama club as they prepare for this year’s presentation.

Includes one other story: Schoolgirl Princess.

A Child’s Child by Sasou Akira
In a small town in Tokyo, the PTA argues about teaching sex ed in elementary school, but what nobody knows is that eleven-year-old Haruna is already pregnant. When she decides not to tell any adults, it’s up to her classmates to help her through this ordeal.

The Day of Salvation by Nishioka Kyodai
Nishioka Kyoudai’s anti-war epic, told in their signature surrealist style.

A man wakes up one morning to find the world outside of his house a wasteland. As he searches for signs of life, he finds a fetus in a ditch, which promptly latches onto his thumb and won’t let go, and things only get stranger from there

Digimon Adventure V-Tamer 01 by Yabuno Tenya
Based on the original Digimon v-pets rather than the anime, V-Tamer follows the adventures of a different Yagami Tachi and his partner V-dramon as they battle to save the digital world.

The Dream I Had When I Died by Nishioka Kyodai
The story of a young boy who decides to commit suicide, only to find himself in a strange world after his death, told in the form of a picture book.

Eve’s Slumber by Yoshida Akimi
Arisa Kurosaki lives on a coffee plantation in Hawaii with her parents, Lu Mei and Ken, and her younger brother Shinji. With her ability to sense the spiritual power of mana, she has often been called the dragon’s daughter, but for the most part she’s just an ordinary teenage girl. That is, until a boy claiming to be the son of her parents’ old friend comes to Hawaii from China just to warn her that she’s in danger… (Sequel to Yasha)

Even Schemes End in Flowers by Amagakure Gido
This sequel to Koi Made Hyakurin and Akunin wo Nakaseru Houhou (both available online by other scanlation groups) ties up loose ends for both couples. Also includes a two-part short story focusing on another minor character.

Free Kisses by Akahoshi Jake
In junior high, Aikou had a crush on his tutor that ended badly. Now in high school, he’s joined a “kiss club” at a local bar to try and relearn about love starting with the basics. While holding up a “free kisses” sign in the park one day, he’s spotted by Eisuke, a boy from his school. Intrigued by Aikou’s sign, Eisuke impulsively kisses him. Could this kiss be Aikou’s chance to start over?

Fulldrum by Hakoishi Toru
Hino is obsessed with playing sports in high school, but not because he loves sports (he doesn’t), or is any good at them (he’s really not). He’s doing it because that’s the way to get a girlfriend (or so he thinks). After getting kicked out of half his school’s sports clubs, he’s still convinced he just hasn’t found the sport he’s truly destined for. When he (literally) runs into Noborito Ayako, manager of the rubgy club, it’s love at first sight (for him), but all she’s looking for is another warm body for the struggling rugby club. Could this be the chance he’s been waiting for?

Gunjo by Nakamura Ching
Out of desperation, a woman asks an old high school friend to kill her abusive husband for her. The friend, having long been in love with this woman, does it, and now they are on the run from the law.

Hell by Nishioka Kyodai
A collection of twelve dreamlike stories by Nishioka Kyodai.

Hibari’s Morning by Yamashita Tomoko
Fourteen-year-old Hibari is shy and quiet and still very much a kid, but no one can see that. All they see is her body. From the kids in her class to her teachers and other adults, everyone assumes she’s deliberately acting sexy when she’s just trying to exist. When rumors start up that her dad’s been abusing her, her classmates just laugh and joke that she must have been asking for it. Will anyone look beyond appearances to see what’s really going on?

Himegoto by Minenami Ryou
This is the story of three college freshmen with secrets: Yuki, aka Yoshiki, a boyish girl who gets off on wearing her old high school uniform skirt; Mikako, who acts innocent around her classmates, but at night pretends to be a 15-year-old and has sex for money; and finally there’s Kaito, who’s obsessed with Mikako to the point of dressing up like her.

IS [ai-esu] by Rokuhana Chiyo
IS is a unique manga that realistically deals with the topic of intersexuality. It starts off with a couple shorts dealing with different intersex characters, but starting with the second volume, it becomes a regular series following one character from birth to adulthood.

Juusan Yasou Kidan by Yoshida Akimi
In “At Summer’s End”, a chance reunion with a childhood friend leads to love, but is it requited…?

Includes six other stories.

Kafka by Nishioka Kyodai
Illustrated versions of some of Franz Kafka’s most famous works.

Kisshou Tennyo by Yoshida Akimi
Sayoko is a newly transferred student: gifted with rare beauty and mysterious and magnetic charm, she captures every student’s attention. Among them, the introverted Yuiko and the grumpy Mari become friends with Sayoko, while Ryou, a known womanizer, wastes no time and tries to hit on her, unleashing his girlfriend’s rage. But this story has countless plot twists, characters and secrets…

Koi-iji: Love Glutton by Shimura Takako
31-year-old Mame has been in love with her childhood friend Souta ever since she can remember. Despite multiple rejections, her love has stayed constant. It’s become a habit more than anything, but is it one she’ll ever be able to break and get on with her life?

Love Buzz by Shimura Takako
Five years ago, pro wrestler Fuji Kaoru disappeared one day before a match. Now she shows up at her old gym out of the blue, with a five-year-old daughter in tow. But not everyone is willing to welcome her back with open arms.

Lovers’ Kiss by Yoshida Akimi
When a rumor starts going around about Rikako and the school’s notorious bad boy, Fujii, she decides they might as well make the rumors true. But things don’t go exactly as planned and she starts developing feelings for him. This two-volume series focuses on Rikako and her sister and their friends and classmates in a series of loosely-linked stories.

Me-Bug by Nishioka Kyodai
A collection of sixteen early works by Nishioka Kyodai, including their three-part debut series. As always the stories range from the whimsical to the surreal, with tales of serial killers, bird women, and a man who one day wakes to find himself with a pouch like a kangaroo.

Misshitsu no Hisoka na Hoshi by Amagakure Gido
When an old classmate barges back into Ukai’s life and sets up a detective agency right next door to his own, he’s not sure what to make of things. Is Chikamichi sincere in wanting to help him out or is he just trying to sabotage his business? And why is he acting so friendly now after the way things went sour between them in school?

Musume no Iede by Shimura Takako
When Mayuko’s mom announces she’s getting remarried, Mayuko runs away to live with her dad and his boyfriend. This heartwarming slice-of-life series follows Mayuko and her family and friends as their stories interweave.

Nishioka Kyodai one-shots
Various one-shots by the brother and sister team Nishioka Kyodai.

Tensei by Kawahara Kazune
Painfully shy Chiaki is devastated when she doesn’t recognize any names on the roster of her new class, but the boy she’s sat next to, Goto, is so outgoing and funny, they soon become good friends. Little by little, Chiaki begins to come out of her shell, but will it be enough when she realizes her feelings go beyond friendship…?

Includes two other stories: One and Only and He Won’t Love Me.

Tera Girl by Mizusawa Megumi
When your father is a Buddhist priest and your home is a temple, life can be complicated. For Satoru, Hikari, and Ogami, the thought of who will inherit the temple and take over when their father gets old is always in the back of their minds, especially when it comes to matters of the heart. Because Hikari loves the temple so much, it’s been all but decided that when she grows up, she’ll marry someone who can take over from her father, but when she falls for someone completely unsuitable, all three sisters find themselves re-examining their assumptions.

Includes one other story: MMK Girl

Uguisu Sachiko Oneshots
Various one-shots by Uguisu Sachiko.

Unworthy Son by Shimura Takako
Shinichi work as a mangaka’s assistant while trying to get published himself, but his determination falters when his father gets remarried…to a teacher Shinichi had a crush on years ago and who was the inspiration for his first manga. If he gives up on his hopeless crush, will he still find inspiration for drawing?

Yasha by Yoshida Akimi
Twelve-year-old Sei lives a normal, quiet life on a small island in Okinawa until one day a strange man who seems to know his mother shows up and tries to kidnap him. After that, nothing is normal or quiet in this sci-fi thriller from the author of Banana Fish.

Yakedo to Tsumeato by Amagakure Gido
This spin-off from Seinen Hakkaten focuses on Najima, an author who hasn’t written anything since his debut novel, and Koga, the editor who’s determined to get him to write again.

You Will Hear the Voice of the Dead by Hiyodori Sachiko
Sickly Kishida Jun has the ability to see ghosts, but in his opinion, it’s a stupid power and nothing good ever comes of it. Considering the number of grisly situations he seems to find himself in after the ghost of his childhood friend Hayakawa Ryoko starts following him around, he may have a point.


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