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    • Wie wäre es mit Hen (aka Strange Love) von Hiroya Oku für's Planet Manga 16+ Label ... bei den ganzen Mädels sind ja die Shonen Ai Titel unheimlich populär, aber das direkt Gegenstück (Shoujo Ai) gibt es hierzulande praktisch garnicht - und ich könnte mir durchaus vorstellen das der Manga hierzulande zumindest bei der männlichen Leserschafft ganz gut ankommt ^_^

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    • Original von Twist
      Battle Royale


      Kauf dir die englische übersätzung des buches, des is eh VIEL besser als alles das um den FIlm und im Film selbst passiert.

      Suicide Club

      Habe ich weder geleen noch gesehn, doch sagen mir leute von deren meinung ich viel halte das es absolut holl sein soll (ein zimlich schwacher versuch mysteriös zu wirken ohne sich dabei aber wirklich gedanken zu machen . . . und leute fragen mich wieso ich Lynch liebe . . .)
      Dieses ständige schwanken zwischen Genie und Vollidiot macht ganz schön Kopfschmerzen . . . Mitleid bitte !
    • Ich habe Shojo-Ai bisher immer für ziemlich selten gehalten... und in Hen habe ich reingeschaut - es sah mir bisher nur nach einem Mädel aus *drop* Möglicherweise reden wir nicht vom gleichen Manga O.o

      "Der gleiche Seich" ist es wahrscheinlich wirklich nicht... eher sehr schlüpfrig *g*
      Because.. there was no other man who made my heart flutter like he did.

      "System of Romance" by Yoshiyuki Sadamoto


      ~*+ Surprising Noodlesoup - Manga and Manhwa Reviews +*~
    • Hen dreht sich offenbar um ein sehr gut aussehendes Mädchen, das zwar gerne mit Jungs flirtet, aber noch nie richtig verliebt war - bis sie ein anderes Mädchen trifft... Vermutlich hast du einfach nicht bis zu der Stelle gelesen, wo das andere Mädchen auftaucht.

      mitglied.lycos.de/ganysu/Yuri/series.htm (ein bißchen runterscrollen)
      geocities.com/minorka2/Hen/Henshoujoai.html

      Bis dann,

      scribble
    • @dbz-freak:
      Wer wünscht sich das nicht? :] Aber wer dran glaubt. ;( Es gibt halt bestimmte Serien, die werden niemals monatlich oder zweimonatlich rauskommen können, weil sie einfach keine große Leserschaft haben. Solche Serien können nur mit Preisen und nicht mit Masse den Gewinn bringen.
      Aber prinzipiell hast Du schon recht. Wenn die Mangas mal was billiger wären, das wäre schon was.
      Rettet die Boys und den Regenwald, denn es gibt kein Bier auf Hawai.

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    • mal wieder was neues: da pm ja schon dragon head veröffentlicht hat, liegt es doch nahe vom selben zeichner DEN kult-horror-manga überhaupt einzukaufen:

      ZASHIKI ONNA(1 band)

      verlag: kodansha

      One night, mild-mannered college student, Hiroshi Mori, bumps into a woman visiting his next-door neighbor. A large, creepy woman, she has long hair, wears a coat and carries shopping bags in both hands. He had never seen her before. But then, without warning, the woman starts stalking Hiroshi, shifting her attention from his next-door neighbor whom she had been visiting to Hiroshi himself. Who is she and what is she after?
      Originally published in 1993 - before the term "stalker" was acknowledged in Japanese society, this well-written horror manga is about a young man pursued by a mystery woman. Serialized for just ten weeks, this short, single-volume manga unusually become a hit bestseller, selling a staggering 400,000 copies. Regularly chosen as "the scariest manga ever" in magazine horror specials.



      und wo wir schon dabei sind:

      Zuttosakinohanashi Mochizuki Minetaro Tanpenshu(Tales of the Mind: Short Stories by Minetaro Mochizuki)(1 band=

      verlag: kodansha

      COLOR
      Tobio is a weakling who suddenly turns into a powerhouse through his adventures in a bizarre world. This is a popular psychedelic adventure-fantasy depicted in full color.

      Lyrical Robot
      This was a short work made especially for the AKIRA Movie Book (1988), and is a remake of that work. An extremely bizarre SF story.

      Included in this volume are other rare masterpieces as well, among them "True Love," "Summer of Love" and "I'll Punch You."





      ebenso gut ins programm passen würden die werke von junji ito

      Uzumaki

      verlag: engl.: viz comics jap.: ?

      Uzumaki is tied together through the main character, a young girl named Kirie, and her boyfriend Shuichi, but it's really a series of vignettes about the horrible effects that the spiral has on the town and its inhabitants. Ito plays up a style of horror that is reminiscent of Lovecraft in the scope of his antagonists but also has a touch of classic horror films and modern-day slashers in the pacing, suspense and use of gore. The concepts that Ito comes up with, ranging from a reanimated corpse to a lighthouse that burns inhabitants to death, are creepy enough, but the way he illustrates them is sure to induce a few good nightmares.




      Tomie(2 bände)

      verlag: engl.: comics one, jap.:?

      A good many of us have been in relationships deep enough to be called love, and this person we love may have occasionally caused us to think, "I could kill her/him. That's usually just frustration, an exaggerated expression for a fleeting anger, and it usually means nothing. That is, unless you loved Tomie.

      We meet her in the first story in this collection of six, the sweet Japanese teenager who was murdered and cut into pieces, many of them still missing. Poor Yamamoto; he loved her the most.

      Well, in the good news/bad news department, Tomie comes back to class, but she's, you know, dead, and that changes things a bit. Still, for a dead girl, she's still a romantic type, throwing herself after a married teacher until he kinda sorta pushes her to her second death. In a wondrously loony plot twist that will become a staple of Ito's work, the rest of the class agrees that Yamamoto shouldn't ruin his life over a girl like Tomie, so they agree to cover for him, while the male students assist him in cutting her into dozens of pieces again, each to be buried in a different spot. It doesn't stop her, though. Tomie crops up in other schools in other towns, bending teenage boys to her will. Ito masterfully conjures dread and suspense from any situation

      "I just...wanted to kill her, detective...Even just seeing her...
      Made me want to chop her into pieces.
      Am I the only one that gets these feelings?"




      Flesh Colored Horror(1 band)

      verlag: engl.:comics one jap.:?

      Flesh Colored Horror is a compilation of bone-chilling short stories from the master of horror manga, Junji Ito (Uzumaki, currently running in Pulp, and ComicsOne's Tomie). His stories "Long Hair in the Attic," "Approval," "Beehive," "Dying Young," "Headless Sculptures," and "Flesh Colored Horror" are vignettes of the strange and unusual intruding on the lives of what seem like ordinary people... at first anyway. If you like a good scare, you'll want to get to know Ito's macabre mix of girls, gore , and social satire. This one's for mature audiences only.

      ~* Fantasie, ich hör dir trapsen...*~

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    • Meine Wünsche (^-^)v

      also~
      Wie ich lese, haben hier viele den Wunsch irgendwelche weiteren Psycho- oder 16+-Mangas zu besitzen. >_>'

      Naja~
      ich würde mich gerne zu der Shojo-Partei schlagen ^^

      ich unterstütze Rikus Vorschläge, die da wäre:

      >>Akuma de Sôrô - 11 Bände
      Tenshi no pocket - oneshot
      Bikou Root - oneshot
      Flying Rabbit - oneshot (Geschichte zu Akuma de Sôrô)
      Ohisama no Hana - oneshot<<

      Ich fände weiter Shojo-Stories wie:

      - "Planet Ladder" von Narushima Yuri (7 Bände)
      - "Hana Yori Dango" von Kamio Youko (35+ Bände >=) *viel, ne? >XD* )
      - "Fushigi Yuugi Genby Kaiden" von Yuu Watase (1+ Band XD)
      - "Ichigo Channel" von Mimi Tajima
      - "Kiss me in the Blue" von M. Kaho
      - "Zettai Kareshi" von yuu Watase

      wenn mir was einfällt schreib ich XD
      cya
      [CENTER]..::: Y.R.P. in Position - It's Showtime, Girls. :::.. (Final Fantasy X-2)[/CENTER]
    • Original von graphicimpact

      Uzumaki


      Ist der Manga besser als der Film? (was eigentlich nicht schwer fallen sollte...)
      DESOLATION JONES bears a “Mature Readers” advisory, which means, in the world of comics, that it is Not For Children because it contains such elements as Satanic Language, Marijuana Use, A Bit of The Old Ultra-Violence, and Hitler’s Porn.
    • RE: Meine Wünsche (^-^)v

      Uzumaki: Ich kenne den Film nicht... aber der Manga ist furchterschreckend *g*
      Ich war selbst erstaunt, wie sehr mir ein Comic Angst einjagen kann (ich habe immerhin auch bei den meisten Filmen keine Angst *drop*)... vorher habe ich nie Horrorsachen gelesen...

      Original von BloodyMoon
      Wie ich lese, haben hier viele den Wunsch irgendwelche weiteren Psycho- oder 16+-Mangas zu besitzen. >_>'

      Diese sind
      1. seltener
      2. ist PM der einzige Verlag, der Manga in diese Richtung am ehesten rausbringt...

      Hana Yori Dango... würde ich eher bei Carlsen erwarten.

      - "Fushigi Yuugi Genby Kaiden" von Yuu Watase (1+ Band XD)
      - "Kiss me in the Blue" von M. Kaho
      - "Zettai Kareshi" von yuu Watase

      Diese am ehesten bei EMA. Sie haben schon Werke dieser Autoren herausgebracht...
      PM hat eigentlich gar keine Klein-Mädchen-Shojo-Sachen... ich halte es auch für keine gute Idee, diese Sachen hier rauszubringen.

      Ach ja, wie wäre es mit "Mädchen-Hentai"? Öhm... sowas in Richtung Kaikan Phrase?
      Ich bin eigentlich sooo ein großer Anhänger dieses Genres, da mir persönlich eine ordentliche (anspruchsvollere) Story fehlt... aber mich würde interessieren, wie so etwas in Deutschland ankommt - entweder sehr gut oder sehr schlecht, denke ich.
      Because.. there was no other man who made my heart flutter like he did.

      "System of Romance" by Yoshiyuki Sadamoto


      ~*+ Surprising Noodlesoup - Manga and Manhwa Reviews +*~
    • @bloodymoon

      öhm, in sachen shojo hab ich schon po no ichizoku vorgeschlagen. ebenso gerne würde ich onisama ee , Koibumi Biyori
      , weitere werke von moto hagio sowie kimi wa pet bei pm sehen.

      es sollte aber schon eher anspruchsvoller bis ungewöhnlicher shojo sein, da hat rion schon recht, hier sind die anderen verlage eher passende ansprechpartner. ;)
      Original von Twist
      Original von graphicimpact

      Uzumaki


      Ist der Manga besser als der Film? (was eigentlich nicht schwer fallen sollte...)
      yup, auf jeden fall. ich finde den film auf seine weise ganz interessant, aber er ist im gegensatz zur vorlage doch sehr oft unfreiwillig komisch. :D
      ~* Fantasie, ich hör dir trapsen...*~
    • so, hier nochein paar vorschläge. alle serien sind von kodansha:

      Kokuhaku(CONFESSION) 1 band
      von Nobuyuki Fukumoto& Kaiji Kawaguchi

      Old school buddies Asai and Ishikura are out hiking the 3,200-meter peak of Mt. Obari when they get lost in a storm. Ishikura falls and injures himself and is ready to die then and there in the snow when he confesses to having once murdered someone. Then, miraculously, the two manage to find a lodge, and their lives are saved. Ishikura begins to regret his confession. And Asai, who senses this, begins to panic. Might Ishikura kill him, too?

      CONFESSION is pure horror and suspense, all on a snow-capped mountain top.

      genre: horror/thriller



      KUROGANE5 bände
      von Kei Tome

      In medieval Japan, a samurai swordsman, Jintetsu, is resurrected and freed from hell by a brilliant scholar of forbidden western science. But Jintetsu has no memories, no home, no family and no friends. Alone in the world of the living, he is ambivalent about returning to the world of souls. Concerned only that his life is not lost without meaning, Jintetsu embarks on a solitary quest armed with his prized "talking" sword. This is the story of his adventures.

      genre: bizarre history adventure




      Tetsuwan Girl
      von Tsutomu Tkahashi

      The year is 1949. Japan is under the military occupation of the United States.

      A young woman meets a young man. Both have lost everything because of the war. Tome Kano, a barmaid, lost everything during the war. Katsuya Ranzaki, a wealthy investor, lost everything for not going to war. The two are fed up with their lives and want to live "real lives" for once. Katsuya's starting up an all-girls baseball team with Tome on it allows them to do this. In This dramatic story, the dreams of a nation come alive. Through the determination and strength of Katsuya and Tome, girls baseball becomes a sensation, and Tome a superstar.

      genre: sports drama




      CHRONOWAR1&2 2 bände
      Kazumasa Takayama

      On a planet many light years away from earth live a race far more sophisticated than mankind. But the civilization is doomed because their life-giving sun is about to explode. As a last gesture, they build a robot called Ozone and launch it in search of intelligent life which could adapt and use their knowledge. After landing on earth, Ozone isolates three people in order to study their behavior. The three are placed in a computer-created world where everything moves 100,000 times faster. They are told that they are representatives of the earth. However, one of the three decides that there can only be one representative and sets out to hunt down and kill the other two.

      genre: science fiction



      Ryugetsusho
      Ryoichi Ikegami

      Long, long ago, a woman who had coupled with a strange beast gave birth to a Saishi, a half-human half-beast creature, whose body was filled with venom. These brutal creatures were used in battle during times of unrest, but during times of peace, they were shunned and hated. Indeed, they were cursed.

      A Ronin samurai called Gen Tsukinosuke is one of the few surviving Saishis and the owner of a magnificent sword, the "Fangs of God." He travels in search of his estranged sister and sleeps with women who yearn for death, killing them with his deadly poison. The story takes place in the war-torn days at the end of the Edo period. With a destiny to be a Kaishi, Tsukinosuke is also being swallowed up by the harsh flow of history.

      genre: adult history



      CHICHONMANCHI
      von Makoto Kobayashi

      Chiya Minakami lived the life of a saint. Until her death at 92, she was dedicated to the care of children inflicted with serious disease. Convinced that she had done enough to go straight to heaven, she is surprised by the Prince of Hades. "How can you expect to have enough experience of love when you remained a virgin all your life? We shall give you the body of an 18-year-old girl and dispatch you to 'Chichonmanchi' -- our pleasure hell -- where you may learn something about loving." Chiya is thus given a young and voluptuous body and sent to the strange, magical home of weird beasts and erotic flora. Her flesh may be young, but her mind remains old, stubborn and guided by nineteenth-century morality. "How disgusting! One is not amused by this place." Can Chiya pass the entrance test to heaven? A sex comedy like nothing you have seen before.

      genre: sex/comedy



      man merkt das ich kodansha fan bin. :D
      ~* Fantasie, ich hör dir trapsen...*~

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