Top 10 Horror Manga of 1999
2. Alien 9
In the future, alien invasion is a daily occurrence and everyone must be prepared. Elementary School #9 has assigned three students to fight off the extra-terrestrial threat.
3. Ito Junji Kyoufu Manga Collection - Frankenstein
The Ito Junji Kyoufu Manga Collection features themed one-shots from Junji Ito in Hontou ni Atta Kowai Hanashi mangazine. Volume 16.
2. A Doll's Hellish Burial
3. Memories of Real Shit
The chapter 2 of this manga (A Doll's Hellish Burial) has been adapted in the second part of episode 1 of Ito Junji: Collection.
4. Ito Junji Kyoufu Manga Collection - Chi Tamaki
The Ito Junji Kyoufu Manga Collection features themed one-shots from Junji Ito in Hontou ni Atta Kowai Hanashi mangazine. Volume 8.
1. Blood-bubble Bushes
2. Unbearable Labyrinth
3. Sword of the Re-animator
4. The Will
5. The Bridge
7. The Conversation Room
The chapters 1 and 5 have been adapted by Ito Junji: Collection in episodes 9 and 10 respectively.
Yashiro Tenshuu killed five people, including his girlfriend, and is now on death row. However, a secret government organization is willing to take him off death row if he allows himself to become a test subject to an experiment that requires a killer's intent.
6. EX - Shounen Hyouryuu
"Satoshi and a group of his friends are on a lengthy boat ride to Kijijima when the world comes to an end – literally. A huge Tsunami wave 500 meters tall overpowers the boat and he finds himself stranded on an island and alone. Meanwhile the rest of the boat has grounded after being dashed upon the shores and soon Satoshi finds them, and sets off a struggle to survive for the passengers and crew of the ship…"
After a long absence, the young shaman Samizo Kohei returns from the dead with a prophecy of the apocalypse. Or part of him returns, at least - most of his body has been replaced with the transplanted body parts of his former friends, all retaining their distinctive personalities. He returns to his home in Shinjuku, where he works as a psychic surgeon in an unlicensed clinic. Here he serves as the unofficial guardian of the Shinjuku underground, solving paranormal murder mysteries, with the assistance of an assortment of other bizarre mystics and semi-human allies. Meanwhile, the others wonder exactly what Kohei has become, and whether he has returned to prevent the apocalypse, or to initiate it.
A girl who has the ability to watch the spirits of the death, that has a very important secret in his memory, that unfortunately she lost after escaping from a mental institution. This manga is a sequel of the PSX game of the same name: Koudelka.
9. Neo Devilman
These are different stories involving Devilman's world. Some are about Devilman and add to the mythology some are separate stories that don't involve Devilman but take place the same time as the events in the original Devilman manga. They are illustrated by various artists. There are some color pages in the start middle and toward the end. There are some truly amazing art and stories in these volumes.
Number one is written and illustrated by Lazy Hagawari, Tatsuya Egawa, Katsuya Terada, Ken Ishikawa, Go Nagai and Shinichi Hiromoto.
Number two is written and illustrated by Hitoshi Iwaaki, Noriko Nagano, Go Nagai, Akihiko Takadera and Kazuko Yumeno.
Number three is written and illustrated by Noburu Miyama, Miki Toro, Shinobu Kaze, Sho-u Tajima, Masaomi Kanzaki, Yoshikazu Yasuhiko and Iou Kuroda.
10. Zombie Hunter
Unknown to the world aliens have begun to invade people's bodies. A young race car pilot named Toshio was won by a mysterious organization for a "test" for money. That test turned out to be a hellish training to become a Zombie Hunter. However, Toshio decided to return to a normal life but soon face the harsh reality of a Zombie Hunter. Surrounded by shallow figures and aliens Toshio accepts his new life as a Zombie Hunter ...