From Nakama: Sugiki, a standard ballroom dancer, offers to teach Suzuki, a Latin American dancer, ballroom in exchange for Suzuki to teach him in return. Their names are similar, but their personalities are totally opposite, just like their dance. When the two meet, something's bound to happen!
From Stiletto Heels: Momoko, who dreams of becoming an illustrator, finds employment in an ultra fast-paced office that specializes in designing pachinko parlors!! With the office running a yakuza-like business and employing a designer who has a habit of suddenly stripping in the middle of the night, Momoko believes that the company employees are a bit... no, definitely eccentric!! She continues pulling all-nighters, unable even to return home... And in the midst of that cigarette smoke-filled office, where women's authority takes a step back, she asks herself, "Why am I here?"
The protagonist is Rei, a 17-year old sh?gi player. He lives by himself, not having a family, and does not go to school and has scarcely any friends. Among his acquaintances is a family, which consists of a young woman, Akari, and two young girls, Momo and Hinata, and who also keep a numerous number of cats. (Source: Wikipedia)
They say that the prime of one's career happens in their mid-thirties. During that time, women plan many things and tell themselves, “I won't let this year go by without doing anything!” And then, a 34 year-old's life begins. Hearing a new vacuum cleaner hum in the night shifts her moods as the Galactic Railroad runs in her mind... Shall we take a look at an unemployed's slow, laid-back daily life? [translated by Shoreijuu]
From Shinnen: Taki is cool and is very smart, but likes to go at his own pace. Mio sees Taki at the subway station one day, but suddenly, Taki does something really strange....!? From Wild*Hope: Taki is the cool yet strange guy in Mio's class. She bumps into him at the subway station after school and saves him after he almost gets pushed onto the tracks. The next day, he returns the favor by saving her from an incoming car. This marks the start of Mio's love.
From MangaHelpers: Tsutsui Hikari is an otaku, and he mostly avoids social life. Hikari has only one friend at school, who is also a social misfit, and he is mocked brutally by most of his classmates for being creepy and weird. One day, he ends up having to clean the school pool with Igarashi Iroha, who appears to be pretty much everything he hates in real-life girls. She skips school, has a blunt manner, doesn't have female friends, and seems the sort to be promiscuous. However, she is friendly to Hikari, and even stands up to the people who make fun of him. Hikari's bitterness and trust issues lead him to say pretty harsh things to Iroha, but she never dismisses him as creepy. After a while, it starts to look like Iroha may become his first real-life, 3D girlfriend! Will he be able to handle it? [tethysdust]
From Day of the River: Sakuraba Junko is turning 27 years old soon, but even so, she is without a boyfriend. But who cares?! Junko has a stable job as an English teacher and she is fine with spending her upcoming birthday alone. Well, until she is set up with on an omiai with a Buddhist monk... which, of course, she rejects. But then he shows up at her school where he has enrolled in private lessons... what will become of our Junko-sensei?
Kanade Ichinose is a violin major in his third year of college. When he first entered the university, everyone had high hopes for him, from his professors to fellow students. However, he distances himself from everyone and everything except music. He refuses to participate in competitions, as he see no point in it. When it comes time to think what he wants to do with his life, he just eases into his mother's music tutoring business. He realizes that he is a boring and pessimistic guy but has no idea how to change... or what to change into. Then, one day he sees a girl standing barefoot in the snow outside an apartment and thinks, "If it's for her, I can change." This is the story of Kanade's entry into the world of Overclocking.
4-koma about the daily lives of Tooru who has just entered the same high school as her best and childhood friend Run-chan, who is now a second year, and her friends Yuuko-chan (whom Tooru bullies cause they meet under bad circumtances) & Nagi-chan (who watches).
• I Can Hear the Ghostly Drum-Beating The first guy Rika ever falls for turns out to be her older sister's fiancé. However, her sister's dream since she was a child was to be a bride, and ever since her engagement to another guy didn't work out a few years earlier due to her not being able to conceive, Rika swore to do everything in her power to help her sister fulfill her dream. Does that include helping her marry the guy that she's in love with?! • Like Snow Falling on Harbor Yori runs into Kurita, a girl he knew from basketball club back in high school. Back then, she was a quiet girl who had a quirky oddness to her. When he runs into her out of coincidence two years later, however, he finds that she's become an out-going (if not slightly high-strung) girl. A few weeks after their chance meeting, he receives a phone call from the hospital saying she had tried to kill herself, and he finds out the true reason for the drastic change. • Fight! Yuki's a hard-working 21 year old who's tirelessly slugging away as a coordinator at a English language school so that she can save enough money to go study abroad. She has no interest in guys because she's so set on her goal---that is, until she meets Yuki, a guy with the same name as her. They move in together only days after they met, and at first things go well, but one day, he hits her in the face by accident. The violence escalates as the days wear on --- will their love last?! • The Days of the Sun Nana and Ichi are twins who are as close as can be. Sure the people around them think it's odd that they still sleep in the same bed --- but they couldn't care less what others think. All they need is each other. One day, they run into a scruffy looking man wearing dark sunglasses who claims that he's their long-lost dad! Is it really him? And why did he choose to reveal himself to them now? Includes other stories which all center around the theme: "a rose-colored tomorrow."
A Simple Thinking About Blood Type is a Korean 4-board webtoon by workmanship educator Park Dong-sun under the craftsmanship name "Genuine Crazy Man". The webtoon is themed around blood classification identity order and is serialized on Dong-sun's web journal.
- Gender Bender
- Martial Arts
- One Shot
- School Life
- Slice of Life
- Super Power