From the best selling novel series by renouned author NISIOISIN, comes the manga adaptation of the Monogatari Series! Artwork by Oh! great. One day, high-school student Koyomi Araragi catches a girl named Hitagi Senjougahara when she trips. But -- much to his surprise -- she doesn't weigh anything. At all. She says an encounter with a so-called "crab" took away all her weight... Monsters have been here since the beginning. Always. Everywhere.
A college aged aspiring author witnesses a horrible car accident. An elementary school girl was hit by a car as she walked home with her classmate. The other child was traumatised by the event, but that was to be expected given the circumstances. But her troubles only begin there. When the author is summoned to the child s home he discovers that she has many more horrors at home to overcome. The child lives alone in a large home. No one cares for her. She hoards food from school to feed herself. She spends her time waiting for her parents to return, but there are no signs of them anywhere.
From the best selling novel series comes the latest book of the final season of the Monogatari Series. During his third year in high school, Koyomi Araragi is introduced to a transfer student named Ougi Oshino Ougi tells Koyomi that there is something odd about Naoestu High School... a secret room on thats not on the map. What will Koyomi and Ougi find in this hidden room?
Spirits play an important role in the lives of a college student who receives text messages from her late best friend, a young woman who must deal with her self destructiveness, and a student tormented by spirits.
In BAKEMONOGATARI Koyomi Araragi, a third year high school student who has recently survived a vampire attack, finds himself mixed up with all kinds of apparitions- gods, ghosts, myths, and spirits. However, in this sequel NISEMONOGATARI, we pick up right where we left off in KIZUMONOGATARI and follow Koyomi as the psychological twists delve deeper and deeper...
From the popular MONOGATARI series comes the second season of the novels in a beautiful new box set. The limited edition box set features brand new artwork from VOFAN and some extras. Books included in the special limited edition box set will be: 1. Nekomonogatari White 2. Kabukimonogatari 3. Hanamonogatari 4. Otorimonogatari 5. Onimonogatari 6. Koimonogatari
Clannad (Visual Novel), to Heart 2, Cardcaptor Sakura, Rewrite (Visual Novel), Rahxephon, Maria-Sama Ga Miteru, School Days (
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 137. Chapters: Clannad (visual novel), To Heart 2, Cardcaptor Sakura, Rewrite (visual novel), RahXephon, Maria-sama ga Miteru, School Days (visual novel), Summer Wars, Kanon, Shakugan no Shana, Mobile Suit Gundam SEED, Shuffle!, Strawberry Panic!, Fruits Basket, Love Hina, Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny, Mermaid Saga, Nodame Cantabile, Mashiroiro Symphony, IS (Infinite Stratos), Alice in the Country of Hearts, Full Moon o Sagashite, Katanagatari, Revolutionary Girl Utena. Excerpt: Clannad Kuranado) is a Japanese visual novel developed by Key released on April 28, 2004 playable on Windows PCs. While both of Key's first two previous works, Kanon and Air, had been released first as adult games and then censored for the younger market, Key's third work Clannad was released with a rating for all ages. Clannad was later ported to the PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3. The story follows the life of Tomoya Okazaki who meets many people in his last year of high school, including five girls at his school, and he helps resolve their individual problems. The gameplay in Clannad follows a branching plot line which offers pre-determined scenarios with courses of interaction, and focuses on the appeal of the five female main characters by the player character. The game ranked as the best-selling PC game sold in Japan for the time of its release, and charted in the national top 50 several more times afterwards. Key went on to produce an adult spin-off titled Tomoyo After: It's a Wonderful Life in November 2005, which expanded on the scenario of Tomoyo Sakagami, one of the five heroines from Clannad. Clannad has made several transitions to other media. There have been four manga adaptations published by ASCII Media Works, Flex Comix, Fujimi Shobo and Jive. Comic anthologies, light novels and art books have also...
Hitagi Senjougahara made a deal with the gods with her life in order to protect Koyomi Araragi.As winter holidays approach with the promised "destined day", she chose the darkest and the worst option...
A class president among class presidents, a bespectacled model student who soars to the top of honors lists without fail, Tsubasa Hanekawa also happens to be a decent human being. True, she does have a habit of making single-minded assumptions, but they come from a good place and turn out to be fortuitous as often as not. Loser extraordinaire Koyomi Araragi owes her his post of class vice president and a more significant debt of gratitude for her unstinting support during the darkest spring break of his life. All of it has blinded him to the possibility that his saintly classmate's family situation might be no less adverse than that of his other lady friends. Thus, at last, we face Hanekawa's unlikely aberration in "Tsubasa Cat"--the concluding part of the legendary novel that captured the sensibilities of a new generation in the aught years and spawned an animated series that has won international popularity and acclaim--before the story continues with a Fake Tale...
A certain middle school girl has a fondness for hats, which serve as a line of defense against eye contact along with the overlong bangs she's worn ever since she was little. Speaking in fits and starts when she doesn't fall completely silent, her go-to line is "I'm sorry," and she's given to referring to herself in third person. Nadeko Sengoku is pretty, and not just cute. When a jealous classmate tried to hex her with a fraudulent charm, Miss Bangs went and got cursed in earnest all by herself, having done her homework wrong and performed a gruesome ritual at a forgotten shrine. Thank goodness Big Brother Koyomi noticed and rescued her that time, but chopping up snakes at a place of worship that was dedicated to a serpent... It might come back to bite her again, hmmmm? Hoping to be saved by someone, but unable to ask for help, the shyest member of the cast explores a running theme of these tales in her own halting voice this round: While self-reliance is well and good, beware of its debased counterfeit minted from a mere reluctance to connect with others. You know what I mean?