Azumi is a manga series that concerns a young woman brought up as part of a team of assassins, charged with killing three warlords that threaten Feudal Japan with an agenda of war and bloodshed. Azumi received an Excellence Prize at the 1997 Japan Media Arts Festival and the Shogakukan Manga Award in 1998.
This is the story of two of the greatest military commanders in history: the Roman Publius Cornelius Scipio and the Carthaginian Hannibal. The story follows the two of them from their early life on. Hannibal is initially shown as a strangely silent infant, who seemed like the gods forgot to put a soul in his little body. However, he soon begins to speak in a way that shows his remarkable abilities. Hannibal and Scipio are driven enemies, and their struggle shaped an era.
SERIES 2: "Battle Tendency" The second arc in Jojo's Bizarre Adventure, Battle Tendency follows Joseph Joestar, Jonathan's grandson, as he battles other vampires and eventually the Pillar Men. It turns out these Pillar Men are the makers of the stone masks (which create normal vampires), and are after the Red Stone of Asia in order to become the ultimate life forms. Luckily for Joseph, he has an affinity to use Ripple and trains under Lisa Lisa. They form a team with her other disciples and some unexpected allies to defeat the Pillar Men.
The female Haru is the eldest, has an incredible nasty character. The male Gorou is slightly younger than the sister, but his character is quite different from hers. This is a 4-koma crack comedy about their wacky day to day life; this work has certain levels of nudity. (Source: Mangaupdates)
From Lezhin: Most outcasts are ostracized because they look different, talk different, or live different. But not everyone. And not every previous outcast turns into a revenge machine. After seeing his friend suffer a horrific incident, the once outcast, Kang Haneul, decides to exact revenge with the help of an ability he never knew existed.
September 11, 197x, In the whole Kantou region a magnitude 8-9 violent earthquake occurred. Scholars called it the great destruction of the Showa Era, but the people called it the earthquake from hell! Volcanoes erupted, buildings crumbled, Tokyo became decimated in a single day. The government, after failing to recover the city, abandons Tokyo and moves the capital. The survivors form a society with no laws. In this harsh lawless world emerges Jack, a 10 foot giant who annihilates anyone and anything in his path. The manga details his journey.
From Kotonoha Wolfsmund is a dark historical manga set in the early 14th century of Europe (Switzerland). The story revolves around the eponymous fortress in the St. Gotthard Pass which is ruled by a sadistic tyrant. Basically, each chapter deals with characters who for some reason have to cross the pass and who end up getting interrogated by the mentioned tyrant. What sets this manga apart is the fact that there's rarely a happy ending for our protagonists. The author pulls no punches to show us just how brutal and inhuman the Middle Ages really were.