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As Mina struggles to find her place as Whitby School’s first and only female student, a devilish horror is unleashed upon the academy and its unsuspecting students: Count Dracula. However, when this unspea...
2021 - 6.70 / 10.0
This work reveals that YANG Youngsoon's true story is in storytelling by lightly throwing away the existing bridle that was trying to confine him with 'sex' and 'bizarre' code.
In this story, we're treated to a twisted, gothic-horror remix of the classic Cinderella story (as re-imagined by a shounen author for a shoujo audience), where we find, in the end, that nothing comes free, ...
2011 - 7.11 / 10.0
Shakespeare wrote such famous works as Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet, and Macbeth. But who was Shakespeare, the man? Seven Shakespeares unlocks the mysteries surrounding the international literary master.
2010 - 6.80 / 10.0
Hikaru Takabe may not be the most social of teens. Always sporting her headphones, she gives off an aloof aura that rubs her classmates the wrong way. But her not being part of the crowd takes on a different...
2008 - 6.60 / 10.0
Everyone knows about the story of Scheherazade and her wonderful tales of the Arabian nights. For one thousand and one nights, she entertained the mad Sultan with the adventures of Aladdin, Ali Baba, Sinbad,...
2004 - 8.47 / 10.0
Sold into a king's harem, the slave Adele learns that she has become the property of a man rumored to be so cruel that he executes his female slaves after they spend a single night with him. Determined to le...
2009 - 7.44 / 10.0
A full-color oneshot about two twins: one lives alone locked away in a tower and the other is a crown prince. What if they could trade places…?
2011 - 7.52 / 10.0
When cheerful orphan Pollyanna comes to live with her strict Aunt Polly, Pollyanna's unyielding optimism lifts the hearts of everyone around her.
It's a manga adaptation of "Le Rouge et le Noir" by Stendhal.
2008 - 6.53 / 10.0
Based on the Chinese novel Shui Hu Zhuan, this series is about the trials and tribulations of a band of outlaws during the mid Song dynasty. It is 1112, China is in turmoil with the present Song dynasty's ...
2009 - 7.21 / 10.0
Miss Marilla Cuthbert and Mr. Matthew Cuthbert, middle-aged siblings who live together at Green Gables, a farm in Avonlea, on Prince Edward Island, decide to adopt an orphan boy from the asylum as a helper o...
1997 - 7.61 / 10.0
A young girl who leads a hard life finds refuge in her friendship with a tall black being from the local forest. A short, textless oneshot with a grim take on Little Red Riding Hood.
2008 - 7.41 / 10.0
This time Little Red meets the White Rabbit, who was incidentally halfway through a race with a turtle. Together they discover a mysterious hole in the ground which leads them to Wonderland. There she meets ...
2010 - 6.56 / 10.0
This new line of Edu-Manga* features Astro Boy, one of Japan's most popular icons among children who journeys alongside the reader. He provides for kids not only a history lesson but also a richer understand...
This anthology that features Alice in Wonderland-themed illustrations, comics, and one shots. Some are pretty hilarious, others slightly disturbing, others rather cute. Cover Illustration by Mochizuki Jun I...
2012 - 6.13 / 10.0
1986 - 6.41 / 10.0
When Heidi is left in the care of her grandfather, a mountain hermit with a bad reputation, the child falls in love with her new rural home and adores her gruff but good-hearted grandparent. For Heidi no pla...
Mountain girl Heidi's heart belongs to the Alm, where she lives with her grandfather and spends her days with goatherd Peter and his flock of goats. When her relative Dete takes her away and places her in a ...
One of the great novels of American girlhood, Jean Webster’s Daddy-Long-Legs (1912) follows the adventures of an orphan named Judy Abbott, whose letters to her anonymous male benefactor trace her developme...