Mitsuko is Japan’s first woman detective in the turbulent 1930s! When a handsome college student shows up with a new case, he ends up assigned as her new assistant! Join Mitsuko and Saku as they solve cases, explore the changing cultural landscape of early Showa-era Japan, and maybe grow a little closer along the way in this fashionable mystery series. [Azuki]
Boyle Samejima est un flic qui aime l’action en mode “badass”. Suite à un énième dérapage, cet énervé de la gâchette est mis au placard dans un archipel perdu au milieu de l’océan Pacifique. Lui qui pensait se dorer tranquillement la pilule au soleil se retrouve chargé d’enquêter sur le mystérieux “culte de la mer” : une secte guidée par une jeune oracle de cinq ans… Et ce n’est pas tout, pour résoudre l’enquête, il doit faire équipe avec… un dauphin !
Xiao Qiu, who quietly guards humanity with his own strength, is misunderstood by everyone. Having experienced a depressed life and being reborn, he embarked on the path of becoming a bloodless and tearless monster. “Saving mankind, what does it have to do with humanity”
This is a world where all people have the hope of becoming gods. Taking the path of the Thunder God, one can become a Thunder God. After taking the path of Mountain God, one can become a Mountain God. After becoming a god, one can open up a divine kingdom. The crossover Lai Cang had no money and no talent to take the God path, but in an accident, he became the first in history to open up God kingdom before becoming a God!
Our protagonist awakes in a house he doesn't know—in fact, not only does he not know where he is, he doesn't know who he is. What he does know is that this unfamiliar house is empty, save for the body (and head) of a decapitated woman—a stranger, he thinks. He’s rescued by a woman, Shio, who calls him "Iori"...but is that who he really is? And when she helps him hide the body without batting an eye, telling him to trust her...can he? Should he? [Kodansha]
What would you do if you discovered that the third-rate story in your free daily newspaper was actually an account of someone’s murder? As Haesu Choi goes through his daily morning newspaper, “Rotary N,” to look for jobs, he stumbles across an ongoing serial thriller called “Epilogue.” At first glance it just seems like pulp fiction, but as the story progresses, the characters turn out to be real-life victims. Get ready for a series full of twists and turns, with murder around every corner.
In the year 20XX, a bill was passed to indentify and surveil every citizen using nanomachines and DNA data. Those who don't possess this identification are deemed criminals, "NoIDs". As disappearances continue in the city, Liu and Tough are living their lives as NoIDs in the slums, helping people find what they lost.
The Summary is Shen Shi felt very sad. He didn’t understand why he transmigrated into the book he wrote and was not the protagonist. He also didn’t understand why immortal male protagonist became a female? He didn’t understand even more. It was obvious that he wanted to be a cultivator apprentices, so why everyone wanted to become his apprentice The protagonist: “Master! Are you going to eat me first today, or do you want to eat me after I kill all the senior sisters?”?
An online writer transmigrated into the body of Ling Xiao, a prince. Nobody came for his root bone, nobody betrayed him, and nobody treated him coldly. On the contrary, his cultivation level was super high, he had all kinds of magic weapons and pills, and could show his sainthood in front of people at will. He was happy with it! The only problem is— Ling Xiao is a villain, and a villain’s destiny is to be a stepping stone for the chosen one (protagonist)! The world is full of injustice and oppression against the villains! Let’s see how Ling Xiao will outsmart the chosen one to revive the glory of villains!
It’s 1935 in Gyeongseong, and struggling artist Iho Yun has been commissioned by the reclusive, elderly Madam Jeonghwa Song to paint a portrait. Madam Jeonghwa Song allows Iho to set eyes upon her -- an unprecedented event -- and standing before him is a young woman. But why does she ask him to paint an elderly version of her? “Don’t finish the portrait.” Tucked between the previous artist’s paint tubes is an ominous letter. Iho learns that no artist has left Madam Song’s abode alive or of sound mind. Just what is she hiding and what will happen if Iho finishes the portrait?