Series: Arata Kangatari
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- Natsume's Book of Friends, Vol. 8 by Yuki Midorikawa (2009)
- Kimi ni Todoke: From Me to You, Vol. 15 by Karuho Shiina (2012)
- Skip Beat!, Vol. 32 by Yoshiki Nakamura (2013)
- Alice 19th, Volume 2: Inner Heart by Yu Watase (2002)
- 07-Ghost 08 by Yuki Amemiya (2009)
- The Earl & the Fairy, Volume 2 by Ayuko (2012)
- The Ancient Magus' Bride, Vol. 1: Enter the Magician's Apprentice by Kore Yamazaki (2014)
- Kobato., Vol. 1 by CLAMP (2007)
- Nisekoi: False Love, Vol. 13 by Naoshi Komi (2014)
- Code : Breaker Vol.11 by Akimine Kamijyo (2012)
- Musubiya Nanako by 渡瀬 悠宇 (1997)
- Arisa, Vol. 4 by Natsumi Ando (2010)
- Suna no Tiara by 渡瀬 悠宇 (1993)
The ruling princess of a mystical kingdom waits her replacement. The problem is what she gets is Arata, who is only pretending to be a girl. Arata's problem is that assassins try to kill them both, causing Arata to flee. In our own world another Arata is fleeing also, from a horrible school life. Mysteriously exchanging places, Arata of the modern world must take on the responisbilities and enemies of his mystical counter part
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