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- Slice Of Life
- Time Travel
Result for "Genre Mecha"
While on summer vacation, a group of 15 children found a strange man living in a beach cave, along with high-tech equipment. The man said he is a game developer making a video game, with a big robot to defend Earth from alien invaders, and asked the children to test the game. The kids agreed, but soon find the game terrifying, because of its realistic and also because one of them died after their first victory. Worse yet, they had no idea how to stop or leave the game.
Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann - Spiral Boy
A re-imagining of Gurren Lagann. In this alternate version of TTGL, Simon lives in Tepelen city and dreams of becoming a Gunmen pilot after having seen the stars through a crack in the sky. One day, he comes across a strange small Gunmen. The hatch opens, and out comes a beautiful girl named Nia.
Traces Of The Past
A strange artifact found inside a silver mine in Central America, annihilates an entire region. The two scientists who stumble into it, are unaware of what could it be or it's potential.In an age where technology seems to have stalled, an anonymous company only known as "Hiraima" releases brilliant futuristic gadgets for free use along with their development plans, without claiming any rights. Furious, the world's leading robotics company wipes out from map the source of their future financial ruin.Note: This comic's title was changed from Nagori to avoid being mistaken for a manga with similar title.
The "Abductors", invaders from Altair, come to the earth of Vega with only 1 purpose: to harvest humans. Neo-DEAVA, a armed service academy based nearby the city of Neo-Kowloon, is out there to train women and men to make use of technologically-advanced fighter planes known as "Vectors" to be able to fight from the Abductors, but associates of contrary genders are forbidden from merging because of certain "Guize rocks" that stop such so-called "unholy unions". The storyplot employs Amata's and Mikono's enrollment into Neo-DEAVA, their fight the Abductors, and the finding of their hyperlink using their counterparts from 12,000 years back.Predicated on the anime that aired from January to June 2012.
In the year 2162, a tiger cub named Koga was transported to Earth from another dimension. Originally thought to be a normal tiger cub, he was brought up on an endangered animal reserve. Eventually he starts talking, and walking on 2 feet. In 2170, the Earth is attacked by an alien weapon that has the power to destroy countries...Koga is now fully matured and decides to join the Space Force to protect the ones he loves. In 2172, they travel to the alien world to destroy it.
Getter Robo Anthology
A compilation of different authors and artists' take on Getter Robo. Featuring original short storiesIt is a story contain lots of short chapter,just enjoy it!
Mortal Metal Shibagane
From MangaHelpers: The weapons of the future, Metal Vessels, are being developed by different companies. One company, Sigma, has created a vessel that is controlled by two people-- a telepath and an anti-telepath. These two people are the teenage girl telepath, Yuiri, and her friend Io, an anti-telepath. They use their vessel mostly in demonstrations, such as competitive exhibitions with rival company Ciel's newest model. While these vessels may seem to be the way of the future, the technology can also be very dangerous. A serial murderer is on the loose, who chooses targets through a website, and the police are beginning to suspect that the killer is actually using a Metal Vessel... [tethysdust]
From the creator of the cyberpunk manga Battle Angel Alita comes a new tale of Alita's world. A thriller of crushed metal and spilled blood that takes place in the dystopian Scrapyard, it is drawn in a dark, expressionistic style that keeps it true to the spirit of cyberpunk science fiction writing.
Mobile Suit Gundam Msv-r: Return Of Johnny Ridden
Three members of the 'Federation Survey Service', Rimia Greenwood, Led Wayline and Ashley Brown Brandon are charged with collecting data that will bring the dark parts of the end of the one year war to light. Among their subjects of interest is a man named 'Johnny Ridden'. Who was this enigmatic man that seems to be shrouded in mystery.
In Esora, a city built around a colossal radio tower, a young man -- Nishina Kazu -- tires of the unchanging everyday world that he captures on his video camera. One day, as he is video taping some abandoned buildings, there is suddenly an explosion and a girl called Mamiru Ai appears before him. This marks the beginning of the change from the ordinary that he had been hoping for...
Naisho No Otome Revolver
Short synopsis: Think "Kampfer" meets "Infinite Stratos"Long synposis: The story is about a high-school student named Lihau Yuexiang / Tachibana whose goal is to be recognized as a manly man. The problem is that he looks exactly like a girl and is constantly bullied by his peers because of this. He is gifted the power to become a gunner princess fighter and hopes to use this newfound strength to prevent the bullying and finally become manly.One-shot included in volume: - "Kurage's Love (くらげの恋) "
In the mid 21st century, the human race is facing a test.Genetic engineering has changed the world, and with huge profits, research had accelerated accordingly. An “immortality” gene no longer seemed like a mere dream. However, a lab sample containing this gene escaped, creating a new life-form that took in genetic material from the natural world, evolving into an enemy that began to invade the human world.The “Shaher” are now a force capable of defeating human military forces, and both North and South American continents have fallen under their control. In Japan, the government has created a “Samurai” unit to oppose the Shaher, utilizing soldiers enhanced with nano-machines to connect with an armored exoskeleton.It is at this point that Tsukahara Takemichi is assigned to the first platoon of the “Samurai Force”.
A strange artifact found inside a silver mine in Central America, annihilates an entire region. The two scientists who stumble into it, are unaware of what could it be or it's potential.In an age where technology seems to have stalled, an anonymous company only known as "Hiraima" releases brilliant futuristic gadgets for free use along with their development plans, without claiming any rights. Furious, the world's leading robotics company wipes out from map the source of their future financial ruin.
Mobile Suit Gundam 00v
Mobile Suit Gundam 00V (V for Variations)' is a graphic novel serialized by Hobby Japan. they have / it is presented to the reader as a mobile suit development book published twenty years after the primary story/anime and features image guides of personalized mobile suit models. The series still continues as Gundam 00V: War Chronicles (Senkai) which features detailed descriptions of the battles told by Mobile Suit historian Robert Spacey.
Mobile Suit Gundam-san
In the Kidou Senshi Gundam-san series:1) Saisho no Maki2) Tsuki no Maki3) Mittsume no Maki4) Yottsume no Maki
Astro Boy: Tetsuwan Atom
The famous character created by Osamu Tezuka, returns in a new three-volume manga inspired a recent television series. A robot designed in the image of a child finds himself forced to fight to protect his fellow human beings.
Edison Fantasy Science
In a post-apocalyptic world, a girl leaves her village to find her missing childhood friend, and save her dying world. Her companion in her quest is a machine named "Edison Stein," and he can draw blueprints for magnificent machines. What will await them in "The world outside"?
Muvluv Alternative: Total Eclipse
From moetron Total Eclipse is set in the same world as MuvLuv Alternative, at Alaska's Yukon base, test site 18, where first-class staff from all over the world regardless of country gather to work on new Tactical Surface Fighters. The main characters are engineers and pilots and it features many TSFs that failed to show up in Alternative.
Muvluv Alternative - Total Eclipse
Total Eclipse is set in the same world as MuvLuv Alternative, at Alaska's Yukon base, test site 18, where first-class staff from all over the world regardless of country gather to work on new Tactical Surface Fighters.The main characters are engineers and pilots and it features many TSFs that failed to show up in Alternative.
Solty Rei - Aka No Shukujo
A young boy, named Tien, hires a female hunter clad in red by the name of "Amu" to assist him in solving a series of murders & finding his beloved big brother. SoltyRei -Aka no Shukujo- is a unique volume oneshot set in the world of the anime series, SoltyRei.
Kidou Senshi Z Gundam Define
Ensign Reccoa Londe has provided the AEUG with information regarding possible mobile suit development at the civilian colonies of Green Noa. Lieutenant Quattro (Char Aznable) with his wingmen Lieutenant JGs Apolly (Andy) and Roberto (Ricardo) head to the colony to investigate. On Green Noa 1, Kamille Bidan is rushing to the spaceport where the Temptation, a ship a former One Year War ace is on, is docking. He’s hoping to get an autograph from the famed Captain Bright Noa. As Bright explains that he’s on duty, Jerid and company interrupt the two. Jerid smacktalks Bright for receiving a two rank demotion upon refusing to join the Titans and grabs Kamille’s photo saying he should sign it as an elite member of the Federation. The two get into a scuffle and Kamille is hauled off for questioning. Matosh questions Kamille about being an AEUG insider but just then he’s freed after his story checks out. Just as the handcuffs come off, the Gundam MK-II crashes into the building…
From Tokyopop: The discovery of an alien organic vessel submerged in the ocean reveals a plot to unleash planetary destruction ... a collective of evil scientists called the Reclaimers works to hasten mankind's extinction. As one of Earth's defenders, Hime Utsumiya fights on a team of mecha called Brain Powered's to combat them. Unfortunately the Reclaimers also have these mecha, and mankind's fate hangs in the balance ...
Shin Kidou Senki Gundam W: Blind Target
Following the war that occurred within a.C. 195, each one of the protagonists have ended up on with their lives, and the gundams placed into old age. As the calmness alliance with the colonies thrust through, a fresh menace threatens to shatter the calmness, and the five gundam pilots are obligated into action once more. Blind Aim for is at first a radio play that got translated into manga. It really is one of the possible happenings that occurred between your series itself and the OVA, Infinite Waltz. Other manga headings that also explore the possible events between your series and the OVA are Battlefield of Pacifists and Earth Zero. All three continue to be unrelated one to the other.
Wahhaman is a special robot soldier built ten thousand years ago by the Atlanteans. Found and dug up in present-day Toukyou, he doesn't remember anything, due to a nasty knock to the head he received at some point.
Joey wants to be a hero, but he's just an orphan who works day and night to take care of himself and his grandmother. After seeing a commercial for a toy robot, he desperately wants one, thinking the robot will give him the strength to change. The only one he can afford, though, is a broken one a rich school bully threw in the trash. When Rina, a pretty cheerleader who's always been nice to him, is kidnapped, will Joey and his toy robot be able to become heroes and rescue her?
Heat Guy J
From Tokyopop: Daisuke Aurora works with the special division of peacekeepers in the city of Jewde, one of the largest cities on the planet. He and his android partner, Heat Guy J, team up to make sure that anything illegal stays off the streets and out of circulation. However, their presence doesn't sit too well with the local mob leader--a ruthless, unbalanced, well-armed son of the late Don, who is out to prove that he is not too young to take over the family business. In the city that never sleeps, will Daisuke and Heat Guy J end up sleeping with the fishes? Wiki: Coinciding with the anime series in 2002, a manga version of Heat Guy J was released. It was eventually distributed in the U.S. by TOKYOPOP in 2005. It was written and drawn by Chiaki Ogishima. While the main characters and general setup were similar to the anime, the manga has its own unique storyline and supporting characters. There is only one volume in the series, and it includes several pages of bonus material related to the show.