Hummmm,mitäs ei ole vielä julkaistu englanniksi, tai käännetty oikeastaan minnekkään....
7 Seeds (by Yumi Tamura) on todella koukuttava post apocalypsinen tarina jota ei voi laskea käsistä
Genre(s):Action, Adventure, Drama, Horror, Josei, Mystery, Psychological, Romance, Sci-fi
Scientists had predicted this disaster, and in response, the leaders of every country met to develop a plan for human survival before the meteor hit. The Seven Seeds project was developed out of this meeting. Each country froze a number of young healthy people, which allowed them to survive the meteor. After the computer determined that Earth was once again safe for human life, it released them into the world.
The Japanese government created five groups of survivors: Winter group, Spring group, Summer group A, Summer group B, and Fall group. Each group consisted of seven members and one guide. The guide carried small tubes of poison on their necks to allow them to end their lives if their situation became unbearable. The Japanese government prepared seven "Fuji" as refuges for the groups. In each Fuji, the group would find seeds and numerous books instructing them on survival in the wilderness.
7 Seeds won the 2007 Shogakukan Manga Award for shoujo manga
Vinland Saga (by Yukimura Makoto) Planetesin tekijätä historiallinen sarja, joka varmana kiinnostaisi pohjoismaisia lukijoita
Genre(s): Action, Adventure, Historical, Mature, Seinen
Thorfinn is son to one of the Viking's greatest warriors, but when his father is killed in battle by the mercenary leader Askeladd, he swears his intent to have revenge. Thorfinn joins Askeladd's group in order to challenge him to a duel, and ends up caught in the middle of a war for the crown of England.
Gin No Saji (by Arakawa Hiromu) Todella ihastuttava slice of live FMA'n tekijältä, jota lukee useammankin kerran.
Genre(s): Comedy, School Life, Shounen, Slice Of Life
Yugo Hachiken aspires to live separated from his family, so he takes the initiative by enrolling in an agriculture school. He thinks, with his talent in studying, no problems will arise no matter what kind of school he attends. He is quickly proven wrong. Raised as a city boy, he is forced to uncover the inconvenient truth about agricultural life. Enjoy the story of Hachiken, as he tries to keep up with his new friends, farmers' heirs, who are already accustomed to harsh world of farming. The story of a sweat, tear, and mud-stained youth begins!
Yume no Shizuku, Ougon no Torikago (by Shinohara Chie) Red Riverin tekijältä 2010 alkanut uusi todella mukaansa tempaava mestarillinen historiallinen draama.
Genre(s): Drama, Historical, Josei
Warning: This is historical fiction.
Beginning of 16th century – Alexandra was captured by slave traders from Ukraine during one of their many raids. When the traders arrived in Greece to sell the female slaves, a young handsome man named Mateus bought her and promised to give her true freedom. He hired countless teachers, scholars, and palace ladies to train her into the most perfect woman of her time. Mateus's kindness has caused Alexandra to deeply fall in love with him, and she secretly wishes to be his concubine. But cruel fate! Mateus has already promised her to his best friend… Suleiman the Great, Emperor of the Ottoman Empire! Mateus promised Alexandra of true freedom, but where is freedom when she is in another man’s harem and can only look at the one she loves from afar? Not willing to endure agony, Alexandra promises herself that one day, she will free both of them from their bird cages… but Mateus is the Grand Vizier, power only second to the Emperor himself. So Alexandra must become the most influential concubine in order to have any hope... which also means, bearing Suleiman’s son. However, Suleiman already has a son by another concubine, and this woman is determined to keep her son as the only prince. Hence begins the story of a slave to an empress of the greatest empire of all time – Alexandra , the woman who would one day be known as Roxelana, Empress of the Ottoman Empire.
Random insanity is always a good excuse...