Sanbe Kei manga

Testarotho

Testarotho

From the CMX manga: The best-selling title by blockbuster new talent Sanbe Kei (Kamiyadori)! In a dark future, rival warriors of warring sects persecute nonbelievers and die for their faith. But a disillusioned young novice and a deadly gun-toting priest may be about to change all that… Young Capria has completed her studies at the Arsenal School and has begun her internship with the Elysia Unification Council under Father Garrincha. But no lessons could prepare this sheltered novice for the outside world, where rebels battle against the dreaded "Testarotho." Heretics are tried and burned at the stake, warring religious factions battle for power, and the common people live a miserable life in feudal servitude. Can she bring a spark of hope to a world filled with destruction and madness? Maybe if she lives long enough!

Robot

Robot

Robot is a series of books containing the art of various Asian artists, created by Range Murata. Range Murata's "Robot Volume One" Chronological Release Order: 1. Sho-u Tajima: Angels at the Planetarium 2. Mami Itou: Carogna 3. Yoshitoshi Abe: Wasteland 4. Miggy: Dream of the Empty Cage 5. Haccan: Eventyr 6. Makoto Kobayashi: Dragon's Heaven 7. Yu Kinutani: Angels 8. Ugetsu Hakua: Primary Color Book 9. Mie Nekoi: Clash! - Revenge of Hunk Kung Fu vs. Ugly Kung Fu - Find a Groom! 10. Okama: Oputon 11. Shigeki Maeshima: Dragon Fly 12. Kei Sanbe: Moonlight 13. Yasuto Miura: Biting Summer Play 14. Range Murata: Groundpass Drive 15. Hiroyuki Asada: Pez & Hot Strawberry 16. Sabe: There Goes Suzume Robo!! 17. Shin Nagasawa: Sedouka 18. YUG: Hemohemo 19. Hanaharu Naruco: Picnic 20. Suzuhito Yasuda: Ebony & Ivory 21. Robot Volume One Volume 2: 1. Dragon Fly Ch.2 – MAESHIMA Shigeki (22 page manga) 2. Ebony & Ivory Ch.2 – YASUDA Suzuhito (10 page manga) 3. There Goes Suzume Robo!! – Sabe (4 page manga) 4. Wasteland Ch.2 – YOSHITOSHI ABe (18 page manga) 5. Flowers – MAEDA Hirotaka (8 page manga) 6. Stars and Blue – Miggy (7 pages of themed illustrations) 7. Pez & Dekosuke – ASADA Hiroyuki (1 short comic and illustration fold-out) 8. “Velvet” Monochrome Version – TAJIMA Sho-U (1 spread illustration) 9. Sedouka Ch.2 – NAGASAWA Shin (10 page manga) 10. Delicious Adventures – YUG (4 page manga) 11. House of Fish – Teikoku Shounen (3 page manga, 1 spread illustration) 12. The Depths of November – MIURA Yasuto (8 page manga) 13. Eventyr -What The Diamond Discovered- – HACCAN (9 page story w/ inset illustrations) 14. The Oni Smiles When You Mention Next Year – NEKOI Mie (6 page manga) 15. Witch’s Stipulation – DOWMAN SAYMAN (8 page manga) 16. Within The Mirror – SANBE Kei (8 page manga) 17. Untitled – MURATA Range (2 illustrations; landing page and exit page)

Kamiyadori

Kamiyadori

From Tokyopop: Girard and ViVi are special government agents known as "Right Arms" whose job is to seek and destroy people who have become "infected." In this world, a weird virus that turns people into monsters has run rampant and the only way humanity can survive is to keep tight control on those who are infected. If the virus' symptoms appear, the person must be disposed of. It's a tough world where women and children must sometimes be killed to prevent the spread of the virus.

Hoozuki no Shima

Hoozuki no Shima

Suzuhara Kokoro and his blind little sister Yume find that all is not as it seems as they learn more from the other kids and see the actions of their teachers after being sent to live on a near-deserted island.

Cradle of Monsters

Cradle of Monsters

A group of students finds themselves on a sinking capsized ship. Together with some zombies. What happened to the ship and why are there zombies aboard? It's a battle against time and the zombies, to save themselves.

Boku dake ga Inai Machi Gaiden

Boku dake ga Inai Machi Gaiden

Spin-off from Boku dake ga inai machi. It tells the story of what happened while Satoru was in a coma.
Genre: Drama, Tragedy

Boku dake ga Inai Machi

Boku dake ga Inai Machi

A strange phenomenon where one is transferred back to the moment right before something life-threatening occurs. This continues to happen until the cause of the threat is erased. It is as if somebody is forcing Satoru to stop it from happening. Then one day, everything is changed. What truths are revealed when Satoru comes face to face with his own past? How will they affect his future? Note: Was nominated for the 18th Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prize Reader Award in 2014 and for the 7th, 8th and 9th Manga Taisho Award between 2014 and 2016.