Natsumi Kawashima is a 5th grade elementary school girl. Asumi Yoneyama is her neighborhood friend who likes her very much, but cannot express his feelings. However, Natsumi is attracted to the beautician around the corner, Toji Yashiki. He does not acknowledge her, however, because she is still just a child.
In an epic battle, King Phelios defeats the Vampire King Duzell, but both monarchs are mortally wounded. As the two lay dying, Duzell prophesies that the two will meet again after their death, and vows that he will be triumphant. At least half the prophesy is proven true when Duzell is resurrected 100 years later, as a baby wildcat who is rescued and adopted by Ishtar, who just happens to be the great-granddaughter of his nemesis, King Phelios. Ishtar is a playful girl with an iron will and a penchant for pranks, a trait that distresses her caretaker, Sir Keld, and the dashing, but often bumbling, imperial guard, Captain Darres. Ishtar is not, however, the reincarnation of Phelios, leaving the now feline Duzell to continue his quest for revenge...with the surprisingly cooperative Ishtar as his companion
Naoto Saki is a typical young boy. He gets average grades in school, and nothing about him really stands out. His favorite thing to do is sleep - which doesn't exactly endear him to his teachers when he dozes off in class. Whenever he falls asleep, Naoto dreams of the same fantasy world.
Naraku's weapon against Inu-Yasha is a beautiful wind-witch named Kagura, who not only has incredible powers but also seems to be an extension of the enigmatic Naraku himself. Soon, Kanna and Inu-Yasha's brother Sessho-Maru join the fray, with shocking consequences.
How to Acquaint Oneself with an Angel: With middle school entrance exams coming up, Kotarou was hoping to crack down on his study habits. But when a zany girl unexpectedly moves in next door to him, those plans go straight down the drain. When Misha boldly asks Kotarou to go out with her the moment they meet. Stunned at the sight of the girl, Kotarou turns and darts away like a kid scared of cooties. Now Misha has started popping up everywhere Kotarou goes, from school, to review class, and even hanging out outside his front door What's with Misha's bizarre stalker mentality? Simple, she just wants to protect Kotarou and make sure he's happy...by becoming his new momma Sure, that might sound well intentioned, but Misha really has no clue what she's getting herself into. Not only can't she cook, but she's also lives like a complete slob And what's all this talk about Misha being an angel?
Series Description: Japanese schoolgirl Kagome stumbles into an ancient well and falls back to 16th century Japan. There she becomes the protector of a feudal village, the master -- and friend -- of Inu-Yasha, a hot-tempered half-demon dog boy; and the caretaker of the magical Shikon jewel that holds back the demonic forces of the past Inu-Yasha and Kagome have a falling out over the wolf-demon Koga -- has Kagome really transferred her affections? Maybe or maybe not, but it's a touchy enough subject for Kagome to leave the past for the present. Now if Inu-Yasha wants her back, he'll have to apologize. Not likely And what does it matter anyway? They're not a couple -- or are they?
Hajime Kindaichi is a teenage crime solver who's part Sherlock Holmes and part Hardy Boy. Each story or file takes Kindaichi to various places where a murder has occurred. Using ingenious deduction to debunk ghosts, curses, myths or folklore, Kindaichi proves that no mystery is unsolvable.