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A redrawn variant of Chapter 1: Tragedy.
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Hito Natsu no Kids Game (ひと夏のKIDSゲー� Hito Natsu no KIDS Gēmu?) is a short, debut manga work by Ken Akamatsu, the creator of Love Hina. The manga was published on September issue of Kodansha’s Magazine Fresh on September 10, 1993. Ken Akamatsu later received Kodansha’s "Freshman Manga Award" (Japanese: 新人漫画賞/少年マガジン新人賞) and Special Jury Award (Japanese: 審査員特別賞) for this work.The manga was re-published on 20 May 2001. (Description taken from Wikipedia)
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A quirky children's book by one of the most famous Swedish contemporary authors of children's litterature, Eva Lindström. From the cover: I saw him on a nature show on the TV. Then we met outside the supermarket. His bag was broken. I got to help him home with his things. For a while he worked with drilling holes but it didn’t interest him so he quit. Lage is his name.…
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A somewhat not so lonely little boy fishes daily to pass the time when his father is too busy to make it home. One day he finds something in the lake. Then soon after a dangerously suspicious stranger comes inquiring at the little boys home for any news "on anything strange found at the lake lately"...
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Info from here: http://e-morning.jp/mimc/result1/english.html Drawn by an American artist, this textless short story is about a young man's encounter with a oni girl. The oni witnesses an act of simple kindness on the man's part and chooses to invite him to a secret youkai festival deep in the forest. Top winner of the 4th Kodansha International competition contest.
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