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Train_Man: Densha Otoko, Volume 1 by Hitori Nakano1
電車男 2―ネット発、各駅停車のラブ・ストーリー (ヤングサンデーコミックス) by 原 秀則2
電車男 3―ネット発、各駅停車のラブ・ストーリー (ヤングサンデーコミックス) by 原 秀則3

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  1. Train_Man: Densha Otoko, Volume 3 by Hitori Nakano (2006)
  2. Aishiteruze Baby★★, Vol. 1 by Yoko Maki (2002)
  3. Genshiken: The Society for the Study of Modern Visual Culture, Volume 1 by Kio Shimoku (2002)
  4. Densha Otoko: The Story of the Train Man Who Fell in Love with a Girl, Volume 1 by Hitori Nakano (2005)
  5. Train Man by Machiko Ocha (2006)
  6. Nodame Cantabile, Volume 1 by Tomoko Ninomiya (2002)
  7. YOTSUBA&!, Volume 3 by Kiyohiko Azuma (2003)
  8. Tramps Like Us, Volume 1 by Yayoi Ogawa (2000)
  9. Azumanga Daioh, Volume 3 by Kiyohiko Azuma (2001)
  10. One-Pound Gospel, Vol. 2 by Rumiko Takahashi (1990)
  11. Tsubasa RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE, Volume 9 by CLAMP (2005)
  12. Negima!: Magister Negi Magi, Vol. 10 by Ken Akamatsu (2005)
  13. The Wallflower, Vol. 02 by Tomoko Hayakawa (2001)
  14. Bleach, Volume 15: Beginning of the Death of Tomorrow by Tite Kubo (2004)
  15. Solanin by Inio Asano (2008)

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