Code Geass: Oz the Reflection

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is a spin-off that was published in Hobby Japan magazine and Kadokawa Shoten's Newtype Ace magazine. The story takes place between the first and second season of the TV anime and is told from two perspectives. The photo story in Hobby Japan centers around Orpheus Zevon, a young terrorist with the Knightmare Frame Byakuen who is in pursuit of his lover's killer. The manga in Newtype Ace revolves around Oldrin Zevon, a girl in the Britannia Empire's anti-terrorist unit Glinda Knights who pilots the KMF Lancelot Grail. (Source: Code Geass Wikia)

The Candidate for Goddess

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It is the year 4088. It has been over one thousand years since the Crisis of Systems (Lost Property), which resulted in the destruction of four planetary systems, leaving only a single inhabitable planet, Zion. Mankind is forced to live in space colonies, since that one planet is constantly being invaded by alien life forms that have come to be known as Victim. To stop the aliens and to allow people to land on Zion, mankind has developed the astronomical humanoid weapons, Ingrids, also known as Goddesses. G.O.A. (Goddess Operation Academy) is a school dedicated to the training of young men to pilot these Ingrids... (Source: Tokyopop)

Love Fighter Shuravan

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In near future, humanity discovered incredible ore with unlimited energy, "Iliosdaite." In ten years since its discovery that core energy became an alternate fuel supporting the whole world. But, a lot of Monsters and evil organizations were eager to get their hands on Iliosdaite. That's when a Hero rose up to protect the peace. His name was... Love Fighter Shuravan. (Source: Kadokawa, translated)

Burst Angel

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Meet Takeru, an ordinary boy who's always bullied because of his lack of self-confidence. What will happen when one day two mysterious girls show up in his room seeking shelter from a group of blood-thirsty thugs? Discover the changes in Takeru's life after meeting two girls that are definitely more than what meets the eye in Bakuretsu Tenshi. (Source: MU)

Appleseed: Hypernotes

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Deunan and Briareos in action again! There isn't the name of the chapter and no clear connection to the preceding books, every way the style is great and Deunan is really beautiful. (What about three little Artemis walking around?! Shall ESWAT win always? Shall Deunan eat her fruit tart?... (Source: ) The Hypernotes consist of a four chapter story followed by technical information about the world, mechs, and equipment..

After War Gundam X: Under the Moonlight

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Taking place after the end of the war over Newtypes and D.O.M.E. in After War Gundam X, Under The Moonlight tells a new story of a boy, Rick Aller who finds a still-useable Gundam X, and his adventures while tracking down an AWOL friend, Kai, possessing the Gundam Belphagor.

12 Beast

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Join ninja apprentice Eita Touga as he embarks on an epic adventure searching for his missing brother Kouki and save the Autana (Humanoid Beast) race of "Live-Earth" from the mysterious Gigas seeking to exterminate them. (Source: MU)

Beast 9

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Eraser, the mysterious enemy that invaded Earth 13 years ago!! Before their overwhelming power, the entire Earth neared the verge of collapse. But at the last moment there suddenly appeared Earth's lone savior, The Beast: an ultimate weapon uniquely equipped to counter the Eraser's power!! The Beast is part of the MAGIC Brigade, whose commander-in-chief is also the founder of our Le Prince Academy... Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you, Mr. Vincent! (Source: A-Team)

Getter Robo G

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After Emperor Gore and the Reptilian empire is defeated, a new enemy, Emperor Burai and his Hyakki empire rises and threatens to take over Earth. Ryoma, Hayato, and newcomer Benkei pilot the new Getter Robo G to save Earth. (Source: ANN)

Ad Astra Per Aspera

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is about a boy who was brought up by a robot, and was bullied for that in the future where Earth was conquered by aliens, and people are just living boring lives without any problems and ambitions. (Source: MU)

Dolls of God

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Kyouhei, after moving away to Tokyo from his old town to get away from the events that happened, is on a goukon with his friends, including his old neighbor, Shiba. After drinking for a whole night, he and Shiba discover a dead, bloody, body in the elevator. He is told by his younger sister, Utao with her Kami-sama Doll, that Aki, an old friend, and his Doll, are the culprits responsible. (Source: Fate)

Appleseed Databook

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A detailed look into the world of Appleseed including descriptions of people, places, history, and technology. Also includes, "Chapter 26. Called Game".

Getter Robo

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The first series chronologically published 15 years before the rest of the manga. pioneered the idea of the combining and transforming robot. Millions of years ago, the dinosaurs were driven deep underground due to the sudden arrival of "Getter Rays" on Earth. After evolving into sentient beings, they grew bitter and vengeful at the humans who replaced them on the surface and began plotting their attack on humanity. Fighting against them is Getter Robo, a machine built by Professor Saotome which uses the mysterious Getter Rays as its power source. Piloting it are three strong-willed young men—the violent martial artist Nagare Ryoma, the psychopathic yet highly intelligent revolutionary Jin Hayato, and the hot-blooded judo master Tomoe Musashi. Each controls one of three specially designed combat jets which can be combined together in different forms to form three different kinds of giant robots: the flying, axe-wielding Getter-1, the quick, drill-wielding Getter-2, and the tough, tank-like Getter-3.

The Ulitmate Superbeing R

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Harukaze High School's photography club is anything but normal. All the oddballs in the school seem to join. And the craziest one has just arrived...an android built to take over the world! Though he'd rather just have a bowl of rice. (Source: Batoto)

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED: Astray

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Whereas the main story of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED focuses on the struggles between the Earth Alliance, ZAFT, and Orb Union, the Astray series is focused on the three MBF-P0x mobile suit prototypes (however mainly on Lowe Guele) and their respective pilots and organizations, who mainly exist on the outskirts of the main SEED storyline. The MBF-P02 Astray Red Frame is piloted by Lowe Guele of the Junk Guild, and the MBF-P03 Astray Blue Frame is piloted by Gai Murakumo of the mercenary group Serpent Tail. The third Astray, MBF-P01 Astray Gold Frame, is piloted by the primary antagonist of the Astray story, Orb nobleman Rondo Ghina Sahaku, and later by his twin sister Rondo Mina Sahaku.

Mobile Suit Gundam 00F

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As Celestial Being begins their anti-war activities, Fereshte begins to move in with the group being led by Chall Acustica, an ex-veteran of Celestial Being who had ended her service as a Gundam Meister after getting scarred in an unknown accident. Under her wing is Fon Spaak, an 18-year old career criminal forced into Fereshte's service by using the GNY-004 Gundam Plutone as part of his "services" as a Meister pilot. (Source: MU)
Total: 105 stories
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