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Prequel to the first song in the Vocaloid series, “,” and follows the events between the schoolgirl detective who loves mystery novels, Hanamoto Hibari, and the extremely sadistic mystery novel writer, Kudou Renma. As the high school is busy with preparations for the Culture Festival, a female student ...

In autumn of 1937, as the coals of World War II are beginning to smolder, Lieutenant Colonel Yuuki of the Imperial Army secretly establishes a spy training organization called the “D Agency.” Those chosen as members of the agency, in opposition to the national trend toward reverence of native-born soldiers ...












A student council while trying to gather votes, announced that they are willing to help with things big and small in the school, and set up the “Unlost Sheep Enquiry Committee”, where students are welcome to share their troubles and get them solved. However, some of these requests are not exactly simple, ...







Arthur was the ruler of a world where he possessed everything. The king dreamed about becoming a slave. In the dream, he became a shabby and insignificant laborer named Hahn-suhjin. Every day he was a cog in a factory that turned like a machine. After waking up from the long dream, the king fell into ...









As a child, Kyoichi Utsume was spirited away, but somehow he returned to our world. Now in high school, he’s a loner famous for his all-black outfits, his arrogant attitude, and his extensive knowledge of the occult. Then one day, he meets her, and things between the two worlds are never the same.










She’s cold. Expressionless. Scary. An ice. They said no one’s on par with her. They said she’s notorious and vicious. Nobody can withstand her coldness. But they don’t really know her well to say those things. She’s actually strong. She cares for her comrades. She has a sense of justice. She’ll do anything ...








“There are things that shouldn’t be seen.” Often said my late grandmother, and that was quite true. I was drawn to the occult from childhood, and upon entering university, I learned the truth of those words by stepping many times into the edges of the netherworld. Ghosts — beings which no one can decisively ...