Spirit boy and spirit girl fall in love. Spirit girl dies. Spirit girl is reborn as a shoujo novelist in 20th-century Tokyo. Spirit boy attempts to woo novelist back to the ethereal plane. Novelist--who doesn't remember a thing about being a spirit girl--pitches a fit and sends spirit boy packing. Spirit boy yells at God for a while, then rolls up his kimono sleeves, turns corporeal, and moves in with novelist... as her houseboy. Spirit boy spends much of the next 10 tankoubon doing housework in leather pants.
Novelist develops a crush on anyone who isn't spirit boy.
Maiden loves unicorn. Druid doesn't love maiden, really, honestly, he swears. Unicorn hates druid. Evil nasty tries to kill them all.
This well-drawn little one-shot manga isn't available in America and is out of print in Japan, so for a while, I was translating it chapter by chapter.
A truly bizarre ten-volume manga about Japanese schoolchildren who let themselves be possessed by Buddhist deities so the deities can kick evil-spirit ass. It's not very clear why the Healing Buddha carries a double-ended spear, talks like a teenaged Yakuza wanna-be, and pitches woo at schoolgirls, but such are the mysteries of the modern world.
From Yuu Yuu Hakusho, a silly shounen-ai about Kurama's deep and abiding love for... Inari-zushi.