In order to save her sick older brother, Nian was sold to a wealthy family by her parents. For 9 years, Nian survived in the austere household until she suddenly met a mysterious white-haired girl who has the same surname as her. Is she a curse or a blessing?
The Key In The Cage
Akira’s father is a genius “creator”. A creator is someone who takes orders to “improve” living creatures. For example, “a hunting dog with fangs to crush a rock”, “a horse that can fly through the sky”, and even “a mermaid as beautiful as in your dreams”. However, Akira is not like his father - he hates his job, a job that causes living beings to suffer. What’s more, the living creatures are often sold to cruel and ruthless lords that know not the value of life. Out of all such creatures his father creates, Akira has a special liking to the mermaid his father is creating for the king of a nearby country. Will Akira’s good conscious finally get the better of him?
The Key In The Cage
The Quill is a short manga about Bero, a mysterious gentleman blessed with Quill-crafting skill and Sherry, a woman with shabby life who is always pessimistic. Set in the Old West, the romantic tale around the golden Quill invites us to dance along with the nostalgic drama, leaving a trail of tears after.
Shino Matsuda illustrates a fantasy of thousands of years ago where the fountain of youth was believed to be in deep mountains, out in the wild. Jump-in to an ethnic world beautifully illustrated, beautiful, evermore.
Toshio’s childhood friend was Sakura, who to say the least, was a rash girl. Then one day, Sakura and her family moved far away, leaving Toshio all by himself. Sakura left Toshio but one thing - a mysterious box. In Toshio’s grief of having his best friend move away, he forgot about the box until the months flew past. Toshio is now a high school student. One day, while rummaging through his room, he happens upon Sakura’s box, but when he opens it, he soon realizes it was no ordinary box!
The Dim Memory of My Childhood
There was this vague memory about a girl I met in the past. She was quirky, admirable, and wanted to be called “Anne.” Yes, Anne.. Did it really happen?