Genre: Comedy, Romance, Science Fiction, Shounen
Summary: A CLAMP story, Chobits is a funny story about love, but don't let that stop you. Hideki is a country boy who has come to the big city as a ronin student. That is, he wants to get into a good university, but can't pass the entrance exams. As such, he goes to Tokyo and adventure begins. He discovers the wonderful world of Persocoms, or Personal Computers that are shaped like people. But Hideki is barely making rent, so a Persocom is out of his reach. Fortunately, he finds out on a trash pile, and that is how Chii comes into his life. But, who is Chii? And why are people after her? Fun, funny, and a bit perverted, this is one of CLAMP's more engaging work, much in the style of CardCaptor Sakura. Enjoy it!
*summary taken right off this website*
High school of the dead
Name: High School of The Dead
Mangaka: Satou Daisuke
Genre: Action, Adventure, Horror
Summary: If you've seen the movie "Dawn of the dead" or any "....of the dead" series, then this is basically it, except this is in a jap high school situation. If you haven't then here's the story:
One day, out of the nowhere zombies are running loose in the high school, Rei and her friends has to find a way out. They're also trying to figure out where did the zombies came from, and of course try to save their familiy and loved ones. Lots of fight and action, once you're bitten by the zombie, you'll become one!! Its quite new, so only a few chapter is out, but so far so good.
Mangaka: Tsutomu Nihei
Genre: Seinen, Sci-fi
Summary: This story follows Killy as he travels across the mysterious megastructure searching for a human with the Net Terminal Gene. In a world where artificial life rules and humans have been hunted and marginalized there is no hope for the survival of mankind until someone with the Net Terminal Gene can be found and the Net Sphere is once again under human control.
Blame! features very detailed depictions of the phantasmic landscape of the megastructure, interspersed with brief periods of intense combat action. There is little dialog with many of the scenes instead depicting Killy's lonely journey across the vast and empty depths of the megastructure. The reader is forced to piece the story together in order to have even a basic understanding of the plot; whether this is a good thing is subject to individual taste.
Name: Show me the Money
Mangaka: Melissa Lin
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Summary: Dahsau Zuhn was used to the life of the rich and famous, until one day he loses everything. His father is thrown into prison for fraud, his step-mother leaves for another man, his servants rob and abandon him, and his school mates ditch him for richer friends. He is kicked out of his rich preppy school and ends up transferring to a run-down broken school filled with gangs and violence. Dahsau ends up meeting the wrong crowd and nearly gets beaten to death till he meets this woman who saves his life. But, apparently, it wasn't for free! She is demanding full payment and Dahsau ends up being her slave as repayment. As a slave, he must do anything. And, I do mean anything! Read more to find out about these two!
Name: 666 Satan
Genre: Action, Adventure, Shounen
Summary: In this world, there are ancient and mysterious artifacts called O-Parts, and there are people who can use them, O.P.T.s! Only a chosen few can use the O-parts, and they can be used for good or evil. Enter Jio, a kid with a dream of World Domination. Jio doesn't know why people hate him or why violence happens around him, but he knows he wants to have enough power to be free of torment. He decides to get stronger and sets off on a journey to find that strength. But there is a legend among the people that an evil demon is out there, one who can use an OPT's power against him. He kills without hesitation, and his name is Satan, and on his head is the mark of the beast, 666. The question is, will Jio ever find out the truth? Will justice prevail or will the beast?
*summary taken from this website
Name: Addicted to Curry
Genre: Comedy, Ecchi, Shounen
Summary: Ever wonder what exactly is curry or how to make curry? This comic is about a young woman who is having trouble keeping her curry diner open until a mysterious man came and became her curry chef. Even for people who have not eaten curry will appreciate curry by reading this comic and you might even wanna try eating this type of food after reading a few chapters. Full of odd and funny situations, it even has recipes on how to make different curries and the history of curry. This has actually a good set of character with their own motives and reasons behind why they love curry so much.
*summary taken directly from this website
Name: Aishiteruze baby
Mangaka: Maki Youko
Genre: Drama, Romance, School Life, Shoujo
Summary: Katakura Kippei is renowned throughout his school as a carefree player without a worry in the world, nor a single shred of responsibility, but that all changes when one day, he returns home from school to find that he's been put in charge of a five-year-old girl, called Yuzuyu, who's been abandoned by her mother. As he struggles to be the best 'Mommy' to Yuzuyu he can, Kippei falls in love with the hyper-reserved Kokoro. Will his new-found sensitive side help him to break through the Ice Maiden's cool exterior? Will Yuzuyu be reunited with her mother?
*summary is taken directly off this website.
Name: School Rumble
Mangaka: Jin Kobayashi
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Summary: With the start of a new school semester, Tsukmamoto Tenma vows to confess to her love, Karasuma Ooji. Meanwhile, Harima Kenji, a delinquent fellow student, has also vowed to confess to the one he loves... Tsukamoto Tenma! While School Rumble may seem like your basic high-school love triangle story, upon reading you'll quickly discover that it's far, far, FAR more insane than what you'd expect from a typical entry into the genre.
*summary taken from ST
Name: Battle Royale
Mangaka: Koushun Takami and Masayuki Taguchi; based on the novel Battle Royale by Koushun Takami
Genre: Suspense, Action, Horror; Seinen
Completed: Yes; 15 volumes
Summary: The story takes place in an alternate reality, where Japan is know as the Republic of Greater East Asia. A program is devised in which 42 high school students are taken to an island to kill each other until one remains; the program is used by the government to terrorize the populace in order to prevent rebellion. The story follows Shuya Nanahara and his classmates as they are selected for the program, and the violence and bloodshed that follows.
Mangaka: Tsutomu Nihei
Genre Seinen, Sci-fi
Summary: This prequel to Blame! follows Kanoe Zouichi, an agent of Toha Heavy Industries, as he travels around the world, searching for a way to cure the NS5 infection that is slowly transforming people into the living dead. Biomega has artwork that is very similar to Blame! though there is a greater amount of dialog and the story moves at a faster pace. Many of the facets of the world of Blame! is revealed in Biomega, such as the origins of the silicone creatures and the creation of super-humans like Killy.