* TheStarsAreGoingOut: ''Manga/HellstarRemina'' is about a planet doing this.
* AntiMagic: The psychic sisters in ''Ghosts of Prime Time'' can't make the protagonist laugh with their psychic powers possibly because of him being psychic himself as he can see ghosts. [[spoiler: They try to kill him after he learns their secret, he survives but his best friend does not.]]
* AntiMagic: The psychic sisters in
** Unnatural beauty, disgusting tongues, and unusual hair play several roles in his work, and Ito really likes themes of obsession and compulsion, with the two corruptions of human behavior appearing in most of his stories. "Magami Nanakuse" seems to examine this latter fascination of his with the titular obsessive and compulsive author character.
** He also seems to absolutely despises cheating boyfriends, with most of them is on the receiving end of the supernatural forces in his story. His comeback has him also dishing out punishment for cheating girlfriends too.
* BadassBystander: In ''The Hanging Balloons'' when the titular monstrosities attack one man [[HopeSpot grabs a crossbow and shoots one of them, killing it instantly]] [[spoiler: which also kills the girl it's linked to]].
** In "Ribs Woman", [[spoiler: the titular character is an unstable patient whose repeated rib-removal surgeries left her with a mass of wires, and then, ''later patients' removed ribs'', replacing those she had lost.]]
** In "Ribs Woman", [[spoiler: the titular character is an unstable patient whose repeated rib-removal surgeries left her with a mass of
[[AC: Long Series]]
** "Manga/TheEnigmaOfAmigaraFault" (bonus short story printed with ''Gyo'')
* AlienAbduction: Subverted in the story "Venus in the Blind Spot". Mariko is a girl interested in UFO studies, with her father leading an organization, and the young members besides Mariko are men who are infatuated with her. Eventually, they start losing the ability to see Mariko when she is up close, only being able to see her from a distance, and one member suspects an alien abduction as the cause due to a notable lapse of memory and a faint vision of a sterile, strange environment and a scar on his head, which the others realize they share. [[spoiler: It turns out the young society members are being abducted by Mariko's father, who implants a chip in their heads that reacts to a frequency in her earrings. The result is that Mariko is visually erased whenever the people with the chip approach her. Eventually, Mariko's father is caught and Mariko herself is killed by the society members who don't know the situation. One of them is left with images of Mariko in his mind from all the times she entered the manufactured blind spot unseen.]]
* AlienAbduction: Subverted in the story "Venus in the Blind Spot".
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