Higurashi No Naku Koro Ni Gou

Keiichi Maebara has moved to Hinamizawa Village, a cold village in the mountains. He was fulfilled in the lively and irreplaceable daily life with his friends. Knowing the horrific dismembered murders that occurred in the past and the existence of haunting that has been handed down to the village, suspicions are accelerating due to the unnatural attitude of his friends... The tragedy is repeated. Is it possible to overcome the fate of fear and suspicion and obtain an "answer?" The summer of 1983 begins. (Source: Kadokawa, translated)

King of Eden

A remote village massacred in Andalusia. A single man apprehended wading through the aftermath. But the killer they've brought down from the mountains is entirely impossible for them to retain... The world has been stained by blood before. So it shall be again. (Source: Yen Press)


Asura is an unrelentingly dark drama that follows the struggles of a young boy who did whatever it took to survive during a time of war and famine in medieval Japan.

Anamorphosis No Meijuu

Anamorphosis revolves around a group of people invited to a contest wherein they have to stay in a supposedly haunted set for 48 hours after an evil murderous spirit is summoned to produce a recreation of the murder scene. Over half of the book features this story and the rest is a collection of bizarre shorts designed to shock you?! (Source: Brolen, edited)

Boku Mushi

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. (Source: MU) 1. Jump 2. Boku Mushi 3. Aru Kinzoku Bat Jisatsu 4. Mono no Okibasho 5. Torikago 6. Kaze no Fuiteiru Hi 7. Ame no Futteiru Hi 8. Nichiyoubi 9. Tanjoubi 10. Satsujinki-P no Noroi 11-12. Yoru 13. Harigane 14. Boku ga Koroshita Mono: Tobirabito 15. Boku ga Koroshita Mono: Kangaroo no Matsuei 16. Boku ga Koroshita Mono: Shinkei

Orochi: Blood

Orochi is a philosophical horror manga series from Japan's master of the horror genre. is a separate story that explores different aspects of humanity and the human condition. The main character, Orochi, is a mysterious woman with odd powers and a keen interest in understanding human nature. In her travels, she meets people that she is so fascinated by that she takes an interest in their lives, sometimes for the better and sometimes for the worse.

The Shinigami Infirmary

Hadesu Sensei is no ordinary middle school nurse. In fact, many students believe he is a shinigami. His excessive friendliness and eagerness to win his students' affection does little to offset his terrifying appearance. But, fortunately for this middle school, Hadesu Sensei is an expert at extracting "byouma", demons of disease, from possessed students!


Junichi Naruse, an average guy with a passion for art, decides to pursue drawing and painting again. Upon doing so, he meets and falls in love with Megumi Hamura. After they start dating and eventually make the decision to live together, Junichi visits a real estate office. However, while attempting to save a child during a robbery, he is shot in the head. Regaining consciousness a month after the incident, Junichi's miraculous recovery is made possible by receiving a brain transplant from an unknown donor. As time passes, Junichi notices drastic changes to his personality, affecting his relationships as he struggles to maintain them. Gradually approaching the brink of insanity, he attempts to figure out the cause by determining who the donor is before losing sight of his own identity forever.

Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Anthology, Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Hinageshi-hen, Omorashi de Naku Koro ni Kanwakyuukei-hen

An officially published anthology series for , created by several artists based upon reader submitted stories. The first two volumes draw their primary inspiration from question arcs, while the latter volumes draw inspiration from the answer arcs. Serialisation information and a (currently incomplete) chapter listing can be found under tab.

Kara No Kyoukai: The Garden Of Sinners

A teenaged girl, who possesses the "Mystic Eyes of Death Perception", a supernatural ability that allows the user to see the "death" of everything in existence and kill the object by destroying its "origin". She recently recovered from a two-year coma caused by a traffic accident. Prior to the traffic accident, she originally had two personalities, a male personality named Shiki (織), and the original female personality Shiki (式). Children born into the Ryōgi family are generally male and are raised with two personalities, so the male personality is customarily called the "yang" personality, while the female is called the "yin" personality. It is easy to tell which Shiki is speaking at a given time because they both have a distinct style of speaking, most notably that the female Shiki refers to herself with the pronoun watashi (私), while male Shiki refers to himself as ore (オレ). After waking from her coma, Shiki discovers that she can no longer feel the male Shiki's presence and assumes that he died because of the accident. She also feels a detachment from her memories before the accident, and while she knows she is Shiki, she does not feel that she is. In the hopes of regaining herself and the "dead" Shiki, she puts on a cold façade that somewhat resembles the male Shiki's and tries to act as the female Shiki did. Tōko understands the sense of detachment Shiki feels, but considers the current Shiki a third, new personality. (Source: Wikipedia)

Uzumaki: Spiral into Horror

In the town of Kurouzu-cho, Kirie Goshima lives a fairly normal life with her family. As she walks to the train station one day to meet her boyfriend, Shuuichi Saito, she sees his father staring at a snail shell in an alley. Thinking nothing of it, she mentions the incident to Shuuichi, who says that his father has been acting weird lately. Shuuichi reveals his rising desire to leave the town with Kirie, saying that the town is infected with spirals. But his father's obsession with the shape soon proves deadly, beginning a chain of horrific and unexplainable events that causes the residents of Kurouzu-cho to spiral into madness. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Total: 11 stories
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