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388 No. 388 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Cute Not Pedo thread, namely because I need to stay away from the idiocy of 4chan concerning this latest chapter because KnJ isn't a harem-manga.

Shirai gets tenderly loved.
>> No. 404 [Edit]
I've been really impressed by KnJ lately. It's gotten quite a bit better than that slump it seemed to of been in for a while.
>> No. 670 [Edit]
Why do i find it so hnnnnggg to remove girls glasses..

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594 No. 594 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
FUCK YEAR, GAMBLING EMPEROR ZERO SET TO RESUME STARTING JULY 13TH!

http://www.animenewsnetwork.co.uk/news/2011-07-06/kaiji-fukumoto-to-resume-tobaku-haoden-zero-manga

Even though Zero may sometimes feel like kid-version of Akagi/Kaiji, it's still awesome because the usual Fukumoto snail-like pacing is surprisingly not there. I would assume the credit for that would go to the editors of Kodansha Weekly Shonen for trying to keep things fast-paced enough for younger readers to like it. I just hope to god Fukumoto listens to their advice and keeps making things just as fast-paced as the first part. Otherwise, it might end up going down the same path that the Kaiji manga is unfortunately on...
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>> No. 655 [Edit]
>>653
>Kaiji manga sucks compared to the anime

Well... Firstly, the anime is better I admit, but it's still pretty damn good if judged on its own merits. Secondly, One Outs is not a Fukumoto manga. But to answer your question, I suggest reading Legend of the Strongest Man Kurosawa, Buraiden Gai, Confession, and Seizon. The latter two are done in a non-fukumoto artstyle because it was drawn by Kawaguchi Kaiji, whom you may have heard from Zipang. If you like mahjong, go check out Ten, which is where Akagi made his first appearance (Akagi is a spinoff prequel to Ten). The ones I've mentioned so far are all completely scanlated so you don't have to worry about hiatus or scanlators going missing.

Now, as for currently ongoing manga, I think the only ones that are getting translated presently is Kaiji and Gambling Emperor Zero. Obviously, Kaiji part 3 would be a logical choice once you finish watching s2, but be aware that this part has a single game (a variant of mahjong) for all 13 volumes (it's also less interesting than parts 1 and 2 in my opinion). Gambling Emperor Zero, on the other hand, does a lot of stuff that Kaiji part 3 does not do. By that, I mean having numerous varied insane gambles/games and fast-pacing (though the first volume is setting up stuff so it is a tad slow). However, Zero, being a shonen manga obviously aimed for younger audiences, lacks any sort of more adult drama or philosophical statements on life (ex. Tonegawa's speech on the value of life) that tends to characterize pretty much every other Fukumoto manga. But as a whole, it still manages to be a fun action-shonen manga and I do suggest you give it a try.

The manga I've talked about are pretty much the only ones available to the English fandom but even if you do speak Japanese, I wouldn't really recommend any as there's not much more notable works, with the exception of Gin to Kin. Well, I hope that helps and here, have a link to where you can download Kurosawa: http://www.mediafire.com/zawanons

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>> No. 657 [Edit]
Legend of the strongest onani master kurosawa
>> No. 658 [Edit]
>>657

>>40
>> No. 663 [Edit]
>>653
I second Kurosawa. It made me break down, cry, and blush repeatedly. If you are in doubt of your humanity I suggest you watch it.

And the manga version of Kaiji wasn't that bad...

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124 No. 124 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Hi guys. I'm the retard who started the Mirai Nikki OVA thread in /an/ and there's something I wanted to ask you about.

Do people honestly believe Mirai Nikki is good? Because I decided to browse some anime forums (which I never do, mind you, as most of them are shit) just to laugh at people's reaction to the trolltastic OVA (when they said they're gonna release an OVA I was actually expecting an OVA, not a PV). Most people were complaining about how 'a series as good as Mirai Nikki deserves better' and how 'it's going to be a huge hit when it get's turned into anime'.

I always sort of assumed we're reading this because of Yuno and because it's one of those 'so bad it's good' series. I enjoy it because it's one of the biggest trainwrecks I've seen in a long while and I can never tell whether the author takes the whole thing seriously or whether he was aiming at such an effect from the beggining. I've been following it for a long ass time so obviously I can't recall all cases of hilariously bad writing or plain QUALITY (how does he manage to constantly missdraw something the way he does is beyond me) but some were so bad that I remeber them even today. I'll try to post some ITT, beginning with this gem of a page. 'Something is wrong with the weight of these tomatoes' (they were poisoned. Brilliant.
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>> No. 589 [Edit]
>>200
>>201
Yeah, it was a real Deus ex Machina
>> No. 590 [Edit]
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>>586

>You mean people don't like this series? I enjoyed it... But then again, I kind of like the gimmicky seinen series.

>I like Mirai Nikki. I enjoy it for what it is (well, maybe not so much anymore, the ending is a bit of a let down). As I mentioned in the very beginning it's so bad it's good. It's a ridiculous train wreck and I enjoy it as such (just like I enjoyed, say, Code Geass).

Again, I liked it. The same way Plan 9 from Outer Space is one of my favorite movies on all time and the same way I'd love every second of Mushashi Gundoh if it would ever get completely subbed.

>>589

To be perfectly honest after thinking about it a little I concluded that it's a somewhat fitting ending considering the level of writing throughout the whole series. Also - like >>201 said, Wakusei/Hoshi no Samidare.

>>587

>It's actually a shonen, since it ran in Shonen Ace magazine
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>> No. 630 [Edit]
As another guy who's translated Mirai Nikki...

Yeah, OP, you got it pretty much spot on. Yes, Mirai Nikki has plot holes large enough to drive an eighteen-wheeler through. Yes, it should've ended about a dozen chapters before it did. Yes, Esuno has consistently shown he doesn't really know the first thing about putting together a coherent story. It's still entertaining, though I have to admit I stopped reading around when Minene's boyfriend died.

I assumed everyone read it for Yuno. Oh, and Minene. Can't forget tsundere terrorist Misato.

And Yukki growing a pair after god knows how many chapters, of course.
>> No. 702 [Edit]
I enjoyed it for the first half or so. When [spoiler]cross world teleporting breaking down, fourth out of nowhere, stupid fucking last chapters[/spoilers] I stopped liking it.

I don't like your reasons for disliking (panels) it though, they seem pretty inane.

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612 No. 612 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Is anyone else following this?

Sometimes it depresses me seeing just how much fun the characters are having, while I don't have any friends myself. Sometimes I think I'd like to have friends and hang out with them too, but I know that people aren't as kind and it won't turn out the same way as it does in the manga.

The first seciton of chapters with only Shinagawa and Adachi were really funny, and people say the enjoyment factor dropped after introducing the rest of the gang. It might've done so, but I still enjoy reading it immensely. Maybe me having some sort of delinquent complex/fetish contributes to this..
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>> No. 616 [Edit]
Haven't actually read it but it's been on my 'to read' list for a while now. Not that I will actually read it - I just look up/download stuff nowadays; I can't seem to find the motivation to start reading anything lately.
>> No. 617 [Edit]
>>615
Serious? I'm interested why you want to know.
>> No. 622 [Edit]
>>617
Because you made it sound interesting and mangareader keeps giving me errors.
>> No. 623 [Edit]
>>622
You do realize you can download manga, right?

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601 No. 601 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Thoughts on To Love Ru manga.

I'm going to read it.
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>> No. 604 [Edit]
If I wanted to read porn I would go read porn
>> No. 605 [Edit]
It's funny because it was axed due to lack of popularity (at least that's how I remember it) and yet To LOVE-Ru Darkness regularly outsells long-running Jump series.
>> No. 606 [Edit]
>>605
>It's funny because it was axed due to lack of popularity
It wasn't, it was axed because 3D women are filthy bitches and whores.
>> No. 607 [Edit]
>>605
>It's funny because it was axed due to lack of popularity
It wasn't, it was axed because 3D women are filthy bitches and whores.

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4 No. 4 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
I always felt that Sawamura was like me.
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>> No. 585 [Edit]
Got into the manga after picking it up in a seedy western comic store, enjoyed it, then couldn't find volume 2. Couldn't be bothered with looking up scans since I was already following five other scans at the time, and didn't pick up the anime. I really should again if I don't have anything to do again soon.
>> No. 588 [Edit]
>>585
It's only 8 volumes long, you might as well just spend one day to finish reading it.
>> No. 591 [Edit]
Sure is protagonist seat around here.
>> No. 592 [Edit]
>>591
Surprisingly, no.
He's sitting in the wrong place.

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257 No. 257 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Yanderes are my fetish. Can you guys recommend me some manga with yanderes in them?

Some I can list off the top of my head:
-Koharu no Hibi
-Oniichan control
-Mirai nikki
-Medaka box

I don't mind if the yandere is a significant character or just a pebble on the sidewalk character.
>> No. 582 [Edit]
>Koharu no Hibi
Oh god, this so fucking adorable.
>> No. 583 [Edit]
A-Channel
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599
I am jealous.

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512 No. 512 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
What do you consider entry-level manga?
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>> No. 519 [Edit]
Depends on what you understand by 'entry-level' I guess.

Seconding >>513. Also:

- shounen: FMA and all other non-Jump fighting manga (Pandora Hearts, Soul Eater etc.)
- shoujo: Ouran, anything CLAMP, Kimi ni Todoke, Skip Beat, Dengeki Daisy
- seinen: Vinland Saga (a must), Lone Wolf and Cub, maybe BLAME
- josei: Hachimitsu to Clover, Usagi Drop, 3gatsu no Lion, maaaybe Shigeshoushi

Not sure how to classify Claymore but it definitely counts, too.

... That is, if you ask what actually is entry-level for most people. If you are curious about what you should begin with the list might be different (although it's okay as it is).
>> No. 520 [Edit]
>>518
Oh yeah, it is a shounen but I accidentally put it under seinen because I grouped Inoue's works together.
>> No. 578 [Edit]
gantz
>> No. 600 [Edit]
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A Tier

Naruto, Bleach, One Piece, FMA, HxH, Love Hina, Inuyasha
.
.
B Tier

Berserk, SAO, Gantz, Vinland Saga, Negima,
Soul Eater, Claymore.
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C Tier

JJBA, Aria, 20th Century Boys, Deadman Wonderland

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>> No. 568 [Edit]
>>567
Yeah, I hear you man. I hate reading incomplete series. I always try to wait until its all finished before I start reading it. Avoids late releases and drama and shit.
>> No. 569 [Edit]
>>568

Same here. The only series that I'm following is episodic stuff, like Yotsuba, various yonkoma and such. I have ruined some potentially great reads by reading them before they were completely scanlated in the past and I sort of learned from my mistakes. Nowadays, whenever I look for something to read I search for finished series only. It kind of sucks to see how everybody says only positive stuff about some series (well, I try not to follow them before I get the urge to read them; the only one I could name of top of my head is Otoyomegatari) and not being able to read them but in the end I know I'll be glad I didn't give in to the temptation.

Same goes for anime by the way. Until it's done and subbed I don't bother, because waiting a whole week for an episode sucks (and again, this doesn't apply to episodic series). I just wait a little more and watch it at my pace. Wish I learned to do so sooner, there were so many good series that I followed as they aired...
>> No. 575 [Edit]
>>566

It got canned. The author basically admitted that it was the same thing as Nozoki Ana but in a highschool setting. Didn't become nearly as popular as he thought it would.
>> No. 577 [Edit]
So, I just caught up on this series after dropping it a little after the first few chapters were put out.

That fucking girl.

That about sums it up. That fucking girl.

I was starting to like her, too. Fuck.

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466 No. 466 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
So I just finished my translation of Hiromi Takashima's Poncho, chapter 1. It's a cute slice of life 4koma about a guy named Hiroshi that just wants to spend quality time with his girlfriend. Unfortunately, she's always busy at work, and so when he arrives at her house he instead spends his time babysitting her 8 year old sister.

Fun times ensue. Here's Poncho chapter 1.
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>> No. 544 [Edit]
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544
Chapter download.
>> No. 545 [Edit]
>>543
Please do keep it up, this series is pretty cute.
>> No. 546 [Edit]
>>543
If you point out the bits you're having trouble with, I might be able to help.
>> No. 547 [Edit]
I'm loving this. It's so cute. I would help, OP, but I don't know any moonrunes. What I can offer is support and say that your grammar is fine and it reads smoothly.

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522 No. 522 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Does anyone know the sauce for this manga? Long hairs really attracts me, so I've been searching for this one.
>> No. 523 [Edit]
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>> No. 524 [Edit]
>>522
Witchcraft Works
http://www.mangaupdates.com/series.html?id=52253
>> No. 525 [Edit]
Apparently its about a manly woman dominating a girl man?
>> No. 539 [Edit]
Expect like 3 chapters per year.

Maybe

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