Slice Of Life
Artist Hagio Moto
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Slice Of Life
ZANKOKU NA KAMI GA SHIHAI SURU
Zankoku na Kami ga Shihai Suru 86
Jeremy is a sensitive teenager who is happy for his mother when she remarries. However, the sweet-talking man who is his new stepfather turns out to be a serpent in disguise -- he's a sadist and a pedophile, and it isn't long before he makes Jeremy his target. After months of horrific, systematic abuse, Jeremy's mind becomes unstable and his thoughts turn vicious. He decides to murder his stepfather in order to get rid of him -- but the plan goes awry, and when he sabotages his stepfather's car, his mother also dies in the crash. Shocked and wracked by guilt, Jeremy's reactions seem strange to the average onlooker. His brittle and bizarre behavior isn't just that of a grieving son's. This is when Ian, the free-spirited son of Jeremy's stepfather, begins to suspect Jeremy of murder. He finds several clues that tie Jeremy to the crime, but in unearthing them, Ian also discovers the fact that Jeremy was abused. What should Ian do with his evidence? Caught in a moral dilemma -- between punishing a criminal and atoning for his father's sins -- Ian begins to be haunted by lust for Jeremy. Is it lust, or is it love? Ian wonders whether he shares his father's proclivities, and despite his best efforts, he is drawn into a passionate and painful relationship with Jeremy. A Cruel God Reigns is a true BL classic written by Hagio Moto, one of the founders of the BL genre. In seventeen intense volumes, A Cruel God Reigns traces both Jeremy's and Ian's journeys towards redemption. The story-telling is rich and unique, and the art is breathtaking. To this day, A Cruel God Reigns remains one of the most powerful BL epics ever written. - by The Pink Panzers Winner of the first Osamu Tezuka Cultural Prize's Award for Excellence.
From The Pink Panzer: In the year 2999, only eleven cities still survive on Earth. The climate has changed drastically, and a biochemical apocalypse has made women extinct. For centuries, the male population of Earth has survived by depending on only one woman, called the Holy Mother, whose ova are harvested to create genetically engineered children. By now, any concept of a world in which women exist as ordinary people is long gone. Society has re-structured itself around all-male families, and gay relationships have become the norm. At the beginning of Marginal, the Holy Mother is assassinated by a terrorist known as Grinja. The government in power doesn't want to start a mass panic, so it pretends that the Holy Mother has only shed her vessel, and that she will be miraculously "reborn" in the near future. The public, which is superstitious and devout, believes this easily. Only government officials know that behind the scenes, there is a frantic effort to create a new being with an XXY chromosome -- a male capable of giving birth. (This is a BL misrepresentation of an actual phenomenon known as Klinefelter's Syndrome.) The manga's story revolves around one such boy -- Kira, the product of a genetic experiment, who becomes involved in a three-way relationship with Grinja, the aforementioned terrorist, and Ashijin, a young man who calls himself Kira's owner. A complex plot and flawless world-building make the story irresistible, and Kira's search for freedom is as symbolic as it is gripping.
U WA UCHUUSEN NO U
U wa Uchuusen no U 8
Comicalization of eight short stories from the great American science fiction master, Ray Bradbury: The Lake: A man revisits his childhood home and recalls a friend who drowned in a lake during childhood. Jack in the Box: A boy lives with his mother in a vast secluded mansion. She raises him to be God after telling him his father, the original God, was killed by beasts outside. Homecoming: The main story concerning the Elliot family of vampires. It concerns their return to the ancestral home for a gathering and is seen through the eyes of Timothy, a mortal child left on their doorstep who longs to be like them. R is for Rocket: Also known as ''King of the Gray Spaces''. The Rocket Man: An astronaut's job keeps him away from home for long stretches of time, so he has little time with his wife and son, only visiting them for a period of three days at a time. The story is told from the perspective of the son, who holds an interest in becoming an astronaut too. The Fog Horn: A man and his boss are putting in a night's work at a remote lighthouse when the lighthouse's resonating fog horn attracts a sea monster who destroys the place. The Screaming Woman: A mystery/suspense story, describing a young girl who tries to procure help in digging up a woman buried in an empty lot. Come into My Cellar: Better known as ''Boys! Raise Giant Mushrooms in Your Cellar!'' There are many wondrous things that small boys can order from mail order catalogs.
POE NO ICHIZOKU
Poe no Ichizoku 9
Inside the village of Poe a mysterious noble family takes residence with their son Edgar and ill daughter MaryBelle. Edgar is quickly intrigued by Allan an heir of a transportation company, who catches his eye by almost running him over with a horse. As the story unfolds a few residents of Poe slowly begin to wonder about the new family... Other short stories involving the main characters are included. This is supposedly the first published BL manga.
Mosaic Rasen 1.1
Mira attends a private school in England and finds out that the boy who appears in her dream since her childhood really exists. He's Radley Macchiavelli, a beautiful model. When the two finally meet, the boy is transported to a parallel world connected from one spiral ("Rasen"). Mira follows him to try to save him and is swallowed into the parallel world dominated by the mysterious Black King...
A, A' 0
Description from Viz : The story A, A' raises a troubling question : How would you feel if your lover died - and was replaced by a clone ? Could you recreate your relationship with someone who was physically exactly the same but didn't share any memories of your life together ?... Description from Viz : The story A, A' raises a troubling question : How would you feel if your lover died - and was replaced by a clone ? Could you recreate your relationship with someone who was physically exactly the same but didn't share any memories of your life together ? in 4/4, teenaged Mori flunks out of an ESP training program. But when he meets Trill, a beautiful Unicorn, his latent abilities begin to blossom...In X+Y, Hagio uses science fiction to explore questions of gender and sexual identity. Time has passed, and once again, Mori finds himself inexorably attracted to a member of the unicorn race - but this unicorn is male...and so is Mori. X+Y won Seiun Award in manga category in 1985 Show less
Yama e Iku
Yama e Iku 2
In the Anywhere But Here series: V.1 - Yama e Iku • Yama e Iku (Going to the Mountains) It's about a sensitive writer with an overactive imagination and intolerance for the banalities of everyday life. • Yanagi Ki (The Willow Tree) A woman stands day to day under a g... In the Anywhere But Here series: V.1 - Yama e Iku • Yama e Iku (Going to the Mountains) It's about a sensitive writer with an overactive imagination and intolerance for the banalities of everyday life. • Yanagi Ki (The Willow Tree) A woman stands day to day under a growing willow tree and watches the people who pass by... V.2 - Sphinx V.3 - Haru no Ogawa Show less
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