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* MindScrew: It's about kids who can jump across universes. The first chapter is confusing enough, and it just gets weirder from there. It ends with [[spoiler:the three main girls fusing together and giving birth to an entire universe]].

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* MindScrew: It's about kids who can jump across universes. The first chapter is confusing enough, and it just gets weirder from there. It ends with there.
** Just so you can have an idea: the ending features
[[spoiler:the three main girls fusing together into one that absorbs all life and giving birth ends up pregnant. The one remaining boy (who was brought from another universe just to an achieve the objective) forms a cradle in his back and the pregnant girl lays in there. Her water breaks but from her belly instead of her vagina, and instead of amniotic liquid, the substance that fills the cradles is ''an entire universe]].universe''. And with that, the purpose is fulfilled and the manga ends.]]

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* MindScrew: It's about kids who can jump across universes. The first chapter is confusing enough, and it just gets weirder from there. It ends with [[spoiler:the three main girls fusing together and giving birth to an entire universe]].


''Milk Closet'' is a four-volume manga by Hitomi Tomizawa, also known as the guy who made ''Manga/AlienNine''.

In 2005, children begin disappearing for no apparent reason, but the reason seems to be that they are going to alternate universes. When the children come back, they have tails--tails that can talk and make sounds. The story quickly revolves around the M.I.L.K ("Macrocosmic Invincible Legion of Kids") Squad trying to save the children who slip into the universes. In the eighth chapter or so, the universe locks up, leaving only 599 universes left.

The alternate universes tend to really... weird, to say the least, and while the art is really, ''really'' cute (this ''is'' the guy who made ''Alien Nine'', after all), it's violent. Things start getting really confusing in the third chapter or so, maybe even earlier.

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''Milk Closet'' is a four-volume four volume manga by Hitomi Tomizawa, also known as the guy who made ''Manga/AlienNine''.

''Manga/AlienNine.''

In 2005, children begin disappearing for no apparent reason, but the reason seems to be that they are going to alternate universes. When the children come back, they have tails--tails tails -- tails that can talk and make sounds. The story quickly revolves around the M.I.L.K ("Macrocosmic Invincible Legion of Kids") Squad trying to save the children who slip into the universes. In the eighth 8th chapter or so, the universe locks up, leaving only 599 universes left.

The alternate universes tend to be really... weird, Weird, to say the least, and while the art is really, ''really'' cute (this ''is'' the guy who made ''Alien Nine'', Nine,'' after all), it's violent. Things start getting really confusing in the third 3rd chapter or so, maybe even earlier.
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In 2005, children begin disappearing for no apparent reason, but the reason seems to be that they are going to alternate universes. When the children come back, they have tails, tails that can talk and make sounds. The story quickly revolves around the M.I.L.K ("Macrocosmic Invincible Legion of Kids") Squad trying to save the children who slip into the universes. In the eighth chapter or so, the universe locks up, leaving only 599 universes left.

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In 2005, children begin disappearing for no apparent reason, but the reason seems to be that they are going to alternate universes. When the children come back, they have tails, tails tails--tails that can talk and make sounds. The story quickly revolves around the M.I.L.K ("Macrocosmic Invincible Legion of Kids") Squad trying to save the children who slip into the universes. In the eighth chapter or so, the universe locks up, leaving only 599 universes left.


* AnArmAndALeg: The Doctor may or may not have gotten his arm blown off after he tried to go to another universe.

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* AnArmAndALeg: The Doctor may or may not have gotten his arm blown off after he tried to go to another universe.universe.
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''Milk Closet'' is a four-volume manga by Hitomi Tomizawa, also known as the guy who made ''AlienNine''.

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''Milk Closet'' is a four-volume manga by Hitomi Tomizawa, also known as the guy who made ''AlienNine''.''Manga/AlienNine''.



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''Milk Closet'' is a four-volume manga by Hitomi Tomizawa, also known as the guy who made ''AlienNine''.

In 2005, children begin disappearing for no apparent reason, but the reason seems to be that they are going to alternate universes. When the children come back, they have tails, tails that can talk and make sounds. The story quickly revolves around the M.I.L.K ("Macrocosmic Invincible Legion of Kids") Squad trying to save the children who slip into the universes. In the eighth chapter or so, the universe locks up, leaving only 599 universes left.

The alternate universes tend to really... weird, to say the least, and while the art is really, ''really'' cute (this ''is'' the guy who made ''Alien Nine'', after all), it's violent. Things start getting really confusing in the third chapter or so, maybe even earlier.
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* AnArmAndALeg: The Doctor may or may not have gotten his arm blown off after he tried to go to another universe.

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