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An usual Shojo Light Novel about a girl and her cat/boyfriend.
Uhh, a Western comic about a horse who is the best.
Romance of the Three Kingdoms
(also, donít we have this in the Writerís Block part?)
Edited by JTTWlover on Feb 10th 2020 at 2:12:28 PM
A love story between three monarchs.
Mice on the Brink
Edited by Oggy123 on Feb 10th 2020 at 9:04:01 PM
A group of three mice caused havoc in a family household
One Piece: Magical Pirate Girls
A one-off gag manga where Nami and Robin get sick of being the only two girls on the ship and decide to ditch the crew, where they bump into a Captain Ersatz of that cat from Sailor Moon and end up going through the standard Transformation Sequence and being tasked with defending the world from alien invaders from the moon! They get really into it, before realizing that the job is unsalaried (which alienates Nami) and doesn't have any insight into the history of the world (which alienates Robin). Then they ditch the position, get the cat stoned out if its wits on nip, and go straight back to the Straw Hats as if nothing happened.
Dust-Up on Dione
For some reason I'm getting the mental image of a video game story where you're playing as a character that is among the last of humankind (or perhaps an advanced evolution of them), and for some reason they have been sent to Dione to search for some kind of clues about an ancient civilization that was rumored to have lived there sometime during humanity's history, but somehow all records of it were lost.
While here, you learn just what happened to humanity, and discover there are far more secrets beyond just humanity's fate...
The gameplay would be some form of puzzle game.
A theatre musical set within the realm of heaven. One of the Seven Archangels has fallen, and God must choose a new angel to take his place. The story follows a choir of lesser angels as they attempt to win the Heavenly Dance Competition that will decide the new Archangel. Featuring funky gospel music and a full Latin choir.
The Rice Beckons
A young man spends 10 years saving money to buy and customise a racing car. What he gets is a Rice Burner. So he spends another 10 years trying to race for money using his Rice Burner, but what he gets is yet another Rice Burner. Perhaps he doesn't really have a chance to grow out of the cursed beckoning of the Rice Burner.
Mace Combat: Skits Unknown
A couple of medieval mace fighters travel through time and accidentally end up becoming skit show comedians. Hilarity ensues because they're completely confused by modern technology.
The Station at the Corner of Villainy and Heroism
Edited by FriedBaka on Feb 11th 2020 at 10:29:16 AM
Whatever's happening in We're A League Of Heroes.
Murasa and the Seven Souls
A man deals with his super Split Personalityó he has 7 souls in his body.
Zen And The Art of Faking It
A religious satire where a greedy Unsympathetic Comedy Protagonist decides to get into the preaching racket, but finds the Christian market too crowded and so turns their new attention towards the Buddhist religion. Hilarity Ensues.
Beware Chapter 49
This is not a typical novel with a typical story. The author had to quickly write a book to seal away an evil spirit that was about to kill him. As such, the book isn't very well thought out, it's mostly just "AAAAAAAA" and so on to fill up space. This worked in trapping the spirit, but there is a drawback. If you open the book up to chapter 49, the spirit will be released. Someone found this book and thought it would be a good idea to publish it. Each copy of the book contains a clone of the evil spirit.
...or maybe this could just be a meta-story with the above as its plot.
EDIT: No, wait, here's a better idea. The author was writing a serious story, and it was very good, but he had to use his story to trap the spirit, and then tried to hide his work so that no one would release the spirit. The publisher published the book anyway because the story was great and they knew it would make a lot of money, not caring that there was an evil spirit inside.
Edited by DrNoPuma on Feb 12th 2020 at 8:12:24 AM
A young kid dreams of himself mounting on a lightning bolt... which turns out to be a Dying Dream as he gets zapped by a lightning bolt.
another good idea could be that the story IS the tale of how the author came to trap the demon in a book, and by Chapter 48 it devolves into continuous warnings not to turn the page, getting more and more desperate as it goes on
A family moves into a summer lake house to find the lake is abundant with delicious carp. However, little do they know that the lake, and the carp, bear a horrible curse..... Food poisoning.
The Ire of Eliza
Edited by Afterwards on Feb 12th 2020 at 10:11:53 AM
That's the weirdest take on The Monster at the End of This Book I've ever heard... (dragged off)
Anyhoo, Eliza is a Woman Scorned of mythical proportions who has been wronged by many people over many years in many ways. Eventually, on her 27th birthday, a landlord raises her rent for no reason, which is enough to push her into John Wick-levels of rage. Bloody catharsis ensues.
We Have Spaghetti and Blankets
A creepy picture book about a girl who eats spaghetti and lives under a blanket.
A team of adventurers must delve into an ancient temple to find a powerful artifact - The Ashuque. They must find it within three days, or else the End of the World cannot be stopped.
Laundry Day 3: Revenge of the Detergents
An evil magic detergent bottle causes the laundry to become alive. Will our protagonists survive the clothing of doom?
I call cheating, that's a real work!
The mockumentary following a Prog Rock band, The Olympians, and their frontman Percy Jackson, as they made their debut album "The Lightning Thief." Troubled Production, Creative Differences, and Hilarity Ensues.
a cutesy web-series starring pebbles the cat who is secretly a superhero with all sorts of earth-related powers to save the day
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