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46 No. 46 [Edit]
What are you guys reading now?
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>> No. 47 [Edit]
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I just finished reading Virgin na Kankei today, which is okay. About a guy that has sex with some girl, then finds out that that girl is his interviewer for a job the next day. It's okay, but it seems a tad unrealistic with how tons of girls throw themselves on him. It isn't a typical harem thing, though, as he actually has sex with pretty much every one of them.

It's not all that grand a manga, though.

Personally, one I'm really interested in is Sankarea, which is about a zombie-enthusiast that tries to make a potion to bring back the dead. It's really good, in my opinion.
>> No. 48 [Edit]
>>47
Both of those sound amusing. I'll need to check them out.
>> No. 49 [Edit]
Amanchu (15 chapters)
Kabu no Isaki (6 chapters)
Hand x Red (9 chapters)

Seems like whatever I start reading, I never get any more of..
>> No. 50 [Edit]
I started reading Soul Eater. It's a shonen that has no pretenses; the reader is just thrown into a series of battles. I dunno, it's got the typical shonen oscillation between awesome and aw-shucks.

I read the first two chapters of Sankarea. Pretty conventional art/style, unconventional premise. Feels like it doesn't have much room to grow though.

Moar Kabu no Isaki soon, I promise.
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A lot but I recently started:

Genghis Kahn
Sword of Paros
>> No. 52 [Edit]
>>49
Yeah, I hate when that happens. That's why I rarely pick up any unfinished manga anymore.
>> No. 53 [Edit]
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>>52
Yeah, it's part of the reason I have a hard time getting into manga.

I'm glad I started Amanchu though, it is fucking adorable.
>> No. 54 [Edit]
I read the first volume of To Terra last sunday, shit was awesome. It's a 70's sci-fi manga with some impressive art at times. I really enjoyed it and look forward to reading volume two.
>> No. 55 [Edit]
I just got up to the current volume of Berserk.

I really enjoyed the first volume, with its darkness and the complex character that Guts represented. For everything after that, my enjoyment level just went lower and lower. The story progressed slowly. It was predictable- Guts would go up and bash the shit out of some monsters, or maybe he would beat up an arrogant-talking huge human, and it'd happen over and over again for several chapters. I suppose this is to be expected from an action manga. I would've liked the story to take precedence over fighting though.

It got to the point where I got bugged whenever I saw Griffith's face, or whenever anyone says how great and charismatic emotionless-faced Griffith is.

In hindsight I think I went through those 33 volumes simply for the sake of procrastinating. I don't really have the energy to pay attention to new releases so Im dropping the thing.
>> No. 56 [Edit]
>>54
After that, you should try the anime. It's different but still very good.
>> No. 57 [Edit]
negima!
>> No. 58 [Edit]
Nothing at the moment sadly, but I'm planning on starting Genshiken soon. I also want to start on Berserk..
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Currently trying to make more of a conscious effort to sit down and read some more Tezuka, since there's so many of his stuff I barely even know about (pic is from Alabaster). You know, aside from Ode to Kirihito, I honestly think Tezuka is best when not trying to do heavy-handed drama and doing something more light-hearted and exuberant. Never really cared much for his serious works all that much.
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Replaying the game = rereading the logbook manga.
>> No. 327 [Edit]
Just picked up I am a Hero.

Some good shit.
>> No. 328 [Edit]
Oh, I forgot to add the rest of my reply. Great.

>>58
I just read all of Berserk in one shot. Loved it, but it's hardly the masterpiece that some people try and make it out to be.
>> No. 329 [Edit]
>>328
I think there was way too much fighting.
>> No. 330 [Edit]
>>329

... Wait, there was plot in Berserk?

I'm not crazy about manga so even though I occasionally read something my powerlevel is relatively low in this department BUT I'm 99% positive that I won't ever read anything as overrated as Berserk. I don't really get why it's so popular and - more importantly - highly rated. In my opinion it's pretty much your average grimdark fest with lots of guts flying around, innocent people getting killed left and right, religious zealots impaling people, rape every now and then etc. I don't particulary mind it as long as it's not all there is to a story but it definitely seems to be the case here. Somehow I get the feeling that it appeals to younger audiences more.
I kept reading it thinking 'it does get better, right?' to myself but in the end, it never got better. Dropped it after 132 chapters. If I had to rate it on 10 point scale I wouldn't give it more than a 6.

Then again, I might have grown tired of series that resolve around fighting. I also dropped Vagabond after 107 chapters (but to defend it I've got to say that Vagabond's art is simply spectacular) and I read the first volume of Claymore yesterday and again, it failed to grab my attention.

>>327

Since you're reading it I assume you already read Ressentiment. That's what I'm currently reading. When it comes to short series of this sort I prefer to wait until they are completely scanlated. I've got to say, I'm highly impressed thus far. Great, unique art (it's not you random shounen/shoujo mangaka #342) and I can relate to the story (obviously). After I'll finish this I'll definitely check out his other works.
>> No. 331 [Edit]
I finally caught up with negima
took me nearly two years
now I got to figure out what else im going to read on my bus rides to and from school.
>> No. 356 [Edit]
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Finished reading Miman Renai a few hours ago.
Basically, it's a 5 volume-long story about a 30-year old virgin who falls in love with a 13-year old middle school student. However, this is not a story about a lolicon. I read Ressentiment in February and Miman Renai is nothing like that. In Ressentiment Takuro sexualizes Tsukiko all the time (actually he spends ~90% of his time thinking about it) while the mere idea of doing anything to Tomoe doesn't even occur to Kurose. As much as I hate to use this word his feelings for Tomoe are 100% pure.

You need to know one thing: this story is silly and when I say silly I mean [i]really[i/] silly. The characters are not the least bit realistic and nature of their relationship is downright ridiculous. And yet, I was smiling like a retard the whole way through. Tomoe is really cute and Kurose is socially inept and has a very low self esteem which scored him lots of points on my sympathy-o-meter.

It's hard to write more, really. The art is decent but nothing special. It has a shoujo-esque feel to it. I'm not much of a researcher so I can't say this for sure but apparently this is the first serialized manga by Takashima Hiromi - a great debut in my opinion. It's a heart-warming story that I recommend to anyone who doesn't mind silly stuff. However, you should be careful with the dosages unless you don't mind getting diabetes.

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There's one thing that's been bothering me for a while. Basically, we have two samey threads. What I think would be the best solution is to write about stuff that finished it's serialization in one thread and ongoing series in the other. Also, since /ma/ hardly gets any posts I think it would be better if you'd forget about the 'recently/now' part. Feel free to recommend/advise to stay from manga that you finished reading years ago. God knows this board could use a little more traffic.

Oh yeah, and as for the ongoings thread I think it would be nice to list every series you're following and write 2-3 sentences about it.

Opinions?
>> No. 357 [Edit]
>>356
Yeah that's a good idea but you didn't specify which thread for which topic... Let's use this thread for finished/fully serialized manga and the other one for stuff you're following.
>> No. 358 [Edit]
>>356
Hi, I'm the man who made thread >>143.

I intended the thread to be a place where someone would write a short comment (or more if they wanted to) after a manga session, every time they had a manga session. This hasn't caught on as well as I'd like it to, and I myself have forgotten about it after reading my manga most of the time.
>> No. 372 [Edit]
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>>357

>Let's use this thread for finished/fully serialized manga and the other one for stuff you're following.

Hopefully this will catch on. If not... Oh well, it's not like we can do anything about it it can't be helped.

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I promised myself I'll post here whenever I'll finish reading anything so here you go.

Kimi ni Shika Kikoenai is a volume long story about a girl who has an imaginary cellphone in her head. The thing is, one day she is called by someone. Can't really tell you much more as it's short and I don't want to spoil it.

Written by Otsuichi (who writes novels and since I'm not well versed in that area I can't really say I've heard about him before; as for his notable works I have to mention 'Goth' - even I heard about it), art by Kiyohara Hiro (another guy I've barely heard about). The story was adapted several times (there's even a movie adaptation)... and I'm not so sure why. I mean, it definitely isn't bad but I'm not so sure whether I'd call it good. It was... short. That's about all I can say. Had it been a little longer it could've been more interesting but maybe it was better to bring it to a closure so quickly.
The art is surprisingly good. I'm posting a random page from the manga so you can judge it yourself. I might check some other manga drawn by Kiyohara later.

... That's all I guess. If the premise sounds interesting to you then check this out. If not I don't think you're missing out on anything spectacular.
>> No. 373 [Edit]
Its a shame that /ma/ is less active than /an/. I feel that manga is the superior medium. Anime is a high budget affair, it needs big teams and often pacing is deliberately slowed down to extend the length of an episode.
>> No. 374 [Edit]
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>>372
>as for his notable works I have to mention 'Goth

Add Chronicles of the Clueless Age to that list. Although I'm not sure exactly how much can be attributed to Otsuichi (since Furuya Usamaru also co-wrote the story, not to mention doing the art), it's a fantastic collection of stories about your typical teenage problems (such as dieting, falling out with friends, being a social outcast, etc) but with FANTASTIC execution. Just go read it to see what I mean.
>> No. 375 [Edit]
>>374
>>372
Oh, I forgot to say I also wasn't all that impressed by Kimi ni. Otusichi and Kiyohara also worked together for "Kizu" which I thought was a lot better. It is a bit sappy but you really should go give it a try.
>> No. 376 [Edit]
>>373

>Its a shame that /ma/ is less active than /an/. I feel that manga is the superior medium.

Well, I dislike it when people claim x is better than y (especially in cases such as this - I feel that the difference between anime and manga is big enough to make such comparisons pointless) but if I had to point a single board that I wish would get more traffic it would definitely be /ma/, especially since (as you already mentioned) /an/ is quite active. I can hardly imagine creating separate threads for different series around here (although I do plan to start one after last chapter of Usagi Drop gets released).

But that's why I'm gonna post here whenever I'll finish a series! Even if it will be only one person per 5 posts if I make someone read something it's worth it.
>> No. 378 [Edit]
>>374

>>374

Oh, I didn't even realize he worked on it.
I usually read all short manga scanlated by Hox as I plain like the stuff he picks (Stardust Memories, Palepoli). Hox and Kotonoha are two 'groups' I trust enough to read the manga even if the plot summary doesn't catch my attention.

Speaking of Kotonoha I might read God's Child soon (maybe even tomorrow); naturally, I'll post here after finishing it.
>> No. 379 [Edit]
>>378
>God's Child

I fucking love the Nishioka Siblings (I've always wondered who does the art and who does the story? maybe they do both?) and was ecstatic to hear Kotonoha start it. They're almost done with the volume (I think?) so I'll probably wait for the whole thing to be out before I read it.

Also on a heads up, Nishioka siblings' only other scanlated work, Journey to the End of the World, will probably get finished in the near future so you should go try that out too. That one's a hilariously bizarre comedy (especially the pirate chapter).
>> No. 380 [Edit]
I am reading Biomega and it is my new favorite all time manga.
>> No. 381 [Edit]
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>>380
>> No. 383 [Edit]
Reading Kitoh Mohiro's Zansho, I'm quite surprised at how much he's improved, his old one-shots are so painfully forgettable.
>> No. 389 [Edit]
>>381
All of the reactions the bear has are always funny.
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>>378

>Speaking of Kotonoha I might read God's Child soon (maybe even tomorrow); naturally, I'll post here after finishing it.

Took me a little longer than I expected it would but I didn't feel like reading it until now.

It's another one volume long manga, so there is not much I want to say about the story. Then again, how the story unfolds and ends is rather unimportnant here. If you want to know what's it's about let me make it short: it's a story about a sick fuck. I could use some euphemisms here but I don't feel like it. 'Sick fuck' is a quite befitting description in this case.

As I said, manga like God's Child are not about story. They're about impact, about creating a particular atmosphere and evoking particular feelings in reader. In this case I think the aim was to make you feel disgusted.

I'm not so sure whether Nishioka siblsings succeeded. In a way, yes. But the moments where I felt like turning the page quickly in hopes I'll forget about what I've read were achieved by really cheap methods. I feel that the right mood wasn't there. Also, if you start your manga the way they did you have to come up with something really grand to shock your reader. I'm not sure if they even tried - if they really did they failed rather miserably as I didn't even notice.

The art is nice. I like authors who have their own, unique style. The downside of such artstyle is that you can't really keep using it in all your works. It's nice to see it once as it feel fresh but over time the novelty is bound to wear off so I hope they came up with something else in their other works.

The whole story ends in a rather uniteresting way. I felt that the two page spread at the end had the right impact but if I think about the writing itself it was a rather unclimatic way to finish the story. It didn't feel like much of an end, really. Then again they did try to make it a little open-ended but it was hardly convincing. It might seem contradictory but after reading it you'll know what I meant.



Overall it's another story I can't recommend to everyone. If the theme iterests you - check it out. If not - stay away. It's really been a while since I've read something I could recommend with a clear conscience.
>> No. 443 [Edit]
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I'm reading Tonnura-san. It's kind of like a Jap version of Garfield.
>> No. 444 [Edit]
>>443
Cat's creeping me out.
>> No. 445 [Edit]
>>443
>It's kind of like a Jap version of Garfield

Do you mean that in a negative way or are you purely just saying that there's an odd cat in the manga?
>> No. 446 [Edit]
>>445
The latter. I actually really like Garfield. Sketchbook is another manga with funny cats in it.
>> No. 454 [Edit]
I'm currently reading Gantz since I've already caught up or finished most of the stuff I was reading.
>> No. 465 [Edit]
Currently reading Volume 7 of Ikigami. Just bought a bunch of manga. After that on my reading list is MPD Psycho 9, Berserk 16, Monster 17, 20th Century Boys 8, Detroit Metal City 5 and then NGE 7
>> No. 504 [Edit]
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Currently reading Jojo Part 3. Right now i have 4 volumes left before i finish. It is one hell of a ride. Every character is likeable even silly villains..
I love this series and because of that i am consuming as little as possible.
>> No. 511 [Edit]
Maybe someone will like this. It's cute but not really good, but that's to be expected.

http://divajutta.com/doctormo/ubunchu/
>> No. 555 [Edit]
anyone have any recommendations if i really liked oyasumi punpun ?
>> No. 556 [Edit]
>>555

Uh... Literally everything else by Inio?

His style in both art and storytelling is rather unique so I don't think you'll find anything strongly resembling Pun Pun. Your best bet would probably some single-volume stories or short story compilations even.

Edit: I haven't read it but I see Ciguatera compared to Pun Pun quite often and since it's drawn by Furuya Minoru I can see it being true.

Post edited on 13th Jun 2011, 7:32am
>> No. 562 [Edit]
>>556
thanks!
>> No. 571 [Edit]
Currently reading through Karakuri Circus and Ushio and Tora to familiarize myself with Kazuhiro's works. It's not bad but there are definitely flaws from holding it back from the better action shonens in my life but I'll post my full thoughts for them once I finish reading them (which probably won't be for some time since both are well over 30 volumes).
>> No. 572 [Edit]
>>46
Gunslinger Girl.
This was a BIG FUCKING MISTAKE.
I haven't been this depressed in years.
Also, God damn Hilshire.
You have a cute girl that loves you and you go after Roberta.
>> No. 573 [Edit]
>>572
I think Henriettas part is probably the most depressing to me, especially now that she remembered her past and possibly shot Jose and/or herself.
>> No. 574 [Edit]
>>573
To be honest, I already knew this was going to happen ever since the first volume with Elsa.
Henrietta shot Jose and Jose shot her, just like Henrietta promised she would. This means she remembered the promise and not just regained her old memories but also the once she made in the SWA. So there is hope for the other girls.
What I want to know is if Hilshire and Triela survive and what's in the letter that Hilshire gave to Roberta.
>> No. 581 [Edit]
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Read first two volumes of Love so Life yesterday and there's only one thing I can say: heartwarming. Sparkles, bubbles and flowers everywhere. I overdosed (two volumes was way too much for and it's pretty much episodic for the time being but I couldn't stop myself) and almost vomited rainbows yesterday.

Usually I'm rather careful with my recommendations but you should definitely read this one. If you won't like it you are officially heartless!

Twin braids related. Does it get any better than twin braids?
>> No. 596 [Edit]
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Kanojo Iro no Kanojo, aka Unordinary Life.

One of the characters is an MMA fighter, but it's apparently a shoujo and there's no focus on any fighting yet so I dunno if it's going to be interesting at all.
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Black God, Needless, and re-reading Mx0.
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Oh shit! Randomscans scanned all 3 volumes of Furuya Usamaru's Genkaku Picasso that was licensed by Viz(http://randomscans.wordpress.com/2011/07/14/random-scans-genkaku-picasso/)! Best night ever, off to read it now. Will post my opinions on it once I finish the whole thing in the other thread.
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Just finished reading Aki Sora...

From the begining, everybody expected a Nice Boat ending; wich wouldn't have been bad either, but it turned out quite differently and in a very personal way. Sometimes it got a bit slow (focusing merely on ero) but, at the end, I really enjoyed it all, a lot: it was overall good, if you like the genre (incest).

Also: Haruhi knows when the OVAs or series will be finished (if ever), but the OST has been ready out there for a while now; it is a quality one, as well, and good to accompany the reading of the manga:

http://singlesanime.blogspot.com/2011/01/ost-aki-sora-yume-no-naka-original.html

Post edited on 23rd Aug 2011, 2:39pm
>> No. 665 [Edit]
Kagami no Kuni no Harisugawa

It feels like I'm reading Mx0... only without the magical high school setting.
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Otoyomegatari. It's really well drawn and the author did her research.
>> No. 669 [Edit]
Steins;Gate

I have to admit that when I first read this, I merely flicked through the manga because I wanted to see whether it'd be worthy of reading or not.

Turned out that it did so I'm giving it another read (the manga that is). I haven't been disappointed so far as I enjoyed it's plot and it is interesting so far.
>> No. 671 [Edit]
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Just read the second chapter of Wolfsmund.

I really wish more of this author's work would get translated.
>> No. 672 [Edit]
The World God Only Knows.

The story so far isn't as bad as one would think it'd be, and I like the way it's going so far.
>> No. 673 [Edit]
>>672
It only gets better, and generally I hate that kind of manga
>> No. 678 [Edit]
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Just read the first chapter of Big Order, done by the mangaka most famous for Future Diary and I have to first say 2 things: Get some new faces and stop drawing weird off-model derpy eyes that are on people's foreheads or where their cheeks should be.
>> No. 679 [Edit]
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>>678
That being said, the premise, like Esuno's two previous works, is interesting enough though I'm almost certain detractors will point out it's too similar to Future Diary since both feature your average high school boy who obtains superpowers and will set out on a path where he will end up changing the fate of the world. However, I think that's simplifying other aspects too much and not really valid, kind of like how if you cross out enough names of characters/settings and speak in general terms, Harry Potter is the same as Star Wars, Matrix, etc. I mean, you'd be stupid to think Jojo part 3 is the same shit as One Piece just because the main character is a teenage boy with supernatural powers who finds friends/comrades over the course of his journey which will change the fate of their respective worlds. In any case, I just hope the execution of said plot will be much much better this time.

Post edited on 28th Sep 2011, 2:21pm
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>>679
And speaking of Jojo, I'm definitely getting some vibes of Jojo-esque fights because of these stand-like monsters. If there's one thing I enjoyed about Future Diary other than batshit-insane Yuno, it was those fights where the characters actually used the strengths and weaknesses of their unique abilities to gain the upper hand. So here's to hoping that there'll be more of that and less POISONED TOMATOES (though to be frank, I enjoyed the latter a lot as well).
>> No. 683 [Edit]
>>678
The new girl is different enough from Yuno (by manga standards), but holy shit that main character. He's got a vest and everything.
>> No. 688 [Edit]
>>678
Thanks for letting me know, I didn't know he was making a new one. You're right about the art, those faces are identical to the Mirai Nikki characters.

I actually was expecting it to be more similar, but it's pretty different. It looks like it'll be pretty good.

And the MC's power will lead to a lot of mind control doujins...
>> No. 689 [Edit]
>>679
Reminds me of a manga that started in Afternoon a few months ago called Icon. Guy finds a floor-tile-ish thing that gives him the ability to control people and see their thoughts (literally written on their bodies). Art's a bit weird but I really ought to get around to reading it.

Post edited on 10th Oct 2011, 10:28pm
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I'm surprised this manga hasn't been posted here yet... maybe I just didn't look hard enough.
>> No. 692 [Edit]
>>691
Source?
>> No. 693 [Edit]
>>692
"It's not my fault I'm not popular"
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>>691
>> No. 696 [Edit]
>>691
>>695

I don't usually follow manga but I really like this. I find the social anxiety thing really relatable, obviously
>> No. 697 [Edit]
>>691
I hate to be that guy but.. Do girls like this exist in real life?
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What manga is this?
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Another pic.
>> No. 700 [Edit]
>>697
probably, but they're real ugly instead of anime ugly (which is actually cute)
>> No. 701 [Edit]
>>699
I'm fairly confident that is an H-Manga, and not one I liked at all due to the topic obviously.
I have read quite a bit of H though, so don't be too hasty to take my word on it.
>> No. 703 [Edit]
>>700
It's confusing because I don't know if she's actually supposed to be ugly or she just views herself that way. I think she's cute either way
>> No. 704 [Edit]
>>703
The only way to tell if a manga character is ugly is by their hair. In this case, it looks really greasy, like that girl in Onani Master Kurosawa.
>> No. 705 [Edit]
>>698
Art looks like Jingrock.
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Been reading Girlfriends, per a recomendasion.
Really enjoying it so far.
>> No. 743 [Edit]
I'm just now starting to read manga at a serious level, since my computer currently has no sound device, and I would rather just read manga than watch anime with no sound. The main 2 things I'm currently reading are K-on and Rozen Maiden. I have to say, the K-on manga is much better than it's adaptation. Manga comedy just doesn't translate all to well into anime format in my opinion.
>> No. 745 [Edit]
>>743

>I'm just now starting to read manga at a serious level
>I'm currently reading are K-on and Rozen Maiden.

Um...

>I have to say, the K-on manga is much better than it's adaptation.

That I agree with which is way I kinda regret watching S1 in the first place (sure enough, all the shit parts of S1 - like Azusa forced drama - weren't in the manga in the first place) and have no regrets about not watching S2, despite everybody and their mom telling me just how much better S2 was compared to S1.
>> No. 746 [Edit]
>>745
Well, not exactly serious as in the manga itself, but as in I'm reading it for the same amount of time as I was watching anime, which is most of the day.
>> No. 765 [Edit]
Boku to Issho
>> No. 774 [Edit]
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Just now I finally catched up with Usagi Drop, right where the anime left it (before the BIG change)...

This gotta be sweet.
>> No. 777 [Edit]
>>765
I just finished reading this and it was a hell of a ride. I don't think that this kind of manga can be imitated or done as well as it has been done.

Since I just finished it, I feel glad that I found it and feel a bit sad that I will probably never find another manga like it.
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Sisterism
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Alluka is so cute!♥
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Haha, this new version of Yuno's not bad.
>> No. 839 [Edit]
I've become interested in Manga again, so I'll probably do lots of reading for a week or so then quit for 8~ months

So I just finished reading one called "Reset", it is about people failing at life so they must reset it (suicide), they are brainwashed via videogames. It was meh, Started interesting and had a tohno quality to it, middle was nothing great had a few good inspirational quotes on the last page. About 300 pages in 6 volumes.

rating: If you have nothing to read, read it.

Also another compilation of various artists called "Secret Comics Japan," it's content was varied, most of it non-sense, though it also had some interesting things. Also it was kind of "alternative." 200 pages.

rating: There are a few gem moments in here, but you need an excellent crap filter to find it. Pass.
>> No. 840 [Edit]
>>839
Reset? That was a pretty mediocre manga, as is most of Tsutsui's other manga in my opinion, though Manhole's not bad, if a tad cliched.
>> No. 841 [Edit]
Read 3 more today.

Magen Senki Cyber Momotarou - It is suppose to be a parody, not funny though, also gore. 200pgs rating:Pass


Icaro - It is about an areodynamic boy(he can fly), and about freedom. Not good, Boring and Predictable, also according to the cover this is supposed to be the most important manga ever because it was a french guy and a japanese guy working together, but if this is supposed to be the best of forienger/japan combos, I fear how bad the others are, but I know their is a Sandman comic drawn by the final fantasy drawer I imagine that is good. 200pgs PASS

Psycho Trader Chinami- Great, like a himawari(anime), read or die, and raildex combined. I am surprised it doesn't have anime (unless it does, I didn't check) 12 chapters ~35-50 pages each, check it out.
>> No. 842 [Edit]
>>841
>Icaro

That's like, the worst Taniguchi manga I've ever read. I want my time back.
>> No. 846 [Edit]
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I read one called Milk Closet, it is pretty unique, full of strange creatures, and stuff. It was a satisifactory read.

Also GITS...
>> No. 848 [Edit]
>>846
I really found Milk Closet quite enjoyably creepy for a manga, moreso because of the character designs used. Alien 9 is sort of similar but a little less convoluted in case you're interested.
>> No. 867 [Edit]
>>846
Yeah Milk Closet is pretty weird and creepy, I like the designs and the atmosphere. The ending is kinda meh though.
>> No. 880 [Edit]
https://www.mangaupdates.com/series.html?id=62194

It's, like, a shounen version of gantz. The crazy character in this manga doesn't suck all that much either.
>> No. 881 [Edit]
>>880
Man, I enjoyed the fuck out of the current 11 chapters. Thanks for sharing it with us, bro.
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I've been reading "Hideout" by Masasumi Kakizaki, the same guy who did the art for Rainbow. It is a pretty decent horror story, and the art is top notch.
>> No. 884 [Edit]
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Apparently, Franken Fran's coming to an end in next month's issue. ;_;

Post edited on 3rd Jan 2012, 12:23pm
>> No. 888 [Edit]
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my jaw dropped when reading this page.
>> No. 890 [Edit]
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Just read the first chapter of Shounen yo Taishi o Dake!.

I'm not usually one to talk about something with so few chapters out(Only one, in this case), but I rather enjoyed this one, if only for the comedy. Just one of those feelings.

Aside from that, I've also caught up on Nozoki Ana and Witch Craft Works, both of which I am looking forward to reading more of.
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Suugaku girl (math girl). The art is pretty crap. I mean it looks nice, but you can't tell the expression on the characters, because they always look the same. The artist has done a few other romance manga (mainly about girls with glasses), with female leads which all look the same. Funny.

http://www.mangaupdates.com/authors.html?id=4119
>> No. 893 [Edit]
>>888
Heh. I like giving myself a purpose. It gives me drive. Even short term one.
But then again? Who told us we needed a purpose in the first place?
Yup. We did. We invented the whole "need to have a purpose" thing. So guess what? We can choose not to have one too!
>> No. 896 [Edit]
>>884
This is really disappointing. Franken Fran always puts a smile on my face.

I just read the last two chapters Hox released, though, and they just seemed kind of uninspired. I suppose I'd rather it end than see it run too long and become boring.
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Oh, Detective Conan. Over 800 chapters and I still can't seem to let you go. How long will it be before you reveal your cards this time, Aoyama?
>> No. 904 [Edit]
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A manga about shaving your cute hairy female classmate? Oh, Japan, you really do have everything. I never should've doubted you.
>> No. 906 [Edit]
Just read all of what's been translated so far for the Higurashi manga.

Man, the scene where they all get shot dead in front of Rika just killed me. Fuck. I don't care what reason caused her to become that way, there is no way to forgive her for what a complete Monster she was during that arc.

Might finally get to the VN next.
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Oh man, I can't stop reading Glass Mask.
>> No. 955 [Edit]
New chapter of Kokou no Hito is out

You guys should read it if you haven't

The protagonist is like us, but with mountains instead of the internet.

It's based off a real guy too.

Post edited on 30th Jan 2012, 9:28pm
>> No. 956 [Edit]
>>954
I know exactly what you mean. I remember when I read Wuthering Heights and I was all, fuck this overdramatic romance but then when I read the Wuthering Heights arc of Glass Mask, I thought, fuck yes, Wuthering Heights! That was when I realized Glass Mask would forever be one of my favourite shoujo manga.

But the rageworthy thing about Glass Mask is that despite starting in 1976 , it's STILL ongoing because Miuchi Suzue took a 12 YEAR HIATUS. I recall hearing the reason for the hiatus having to do with her joining some weird religious cult but I'm not sure if that was ever officially confirmed by her.
>> No. 957 [Edit]
>>956
>when I read Wuthering Heights and I was all, fuck this overdramatic romance

WAT
>> No. 958 [Edit]
>>956
Yeah, I think I'm fascinated by the mix of elements in Glass Mask. It _looks_ shoujo: starry-eyes, flowers, and a touch of emo. But the exposition is decidedly shonen, with all that leveling-up, training, having a strong rival, believing in yourself, etc. Every play serves as a natural story arc, and the literary qualities shine through.

Now I wonder how much an influence it's been on the "plucky heroine against the world" genre, cf. Happy!, Haruka 17.
>> No. 967 [Edit]
Just read the 42 chapters currently out for Btooom, and I've got to say that I'm enjoying it so far.

It's another one of those survival game type manga, so if you aren't into those, don't mind this post, but if you are, I definitely recommend it.
>> No. 974 [Edit]
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The final Franken Fran chapter was pretty disappointing. I expected the ending to be rushed, but this was just plain lazy. We never got to see Professor Madaraki, either.
Ah well. I'm really going to miss Franken Fran, easily one of the most absurd and enjoyable manga I've ever read.
>> No. 979 [Edit]
>>974
The author wrote HelenESP and that had a pretty crappy ending too, I just think he has no clue how to pull one off.

Apparently his next manga is Kawaii Ojou-san Edward Scissor Hands.
>> No. 996 [Edit]
>>979
Helen ESP's ending wasn't that bad. I guess that you had to see Helen's cute side to appreciate the entire story. I thought that Helen was a little moé.

I don't mean to say that it was amazing or anything, but it fit Helen perfectly, along with her odd ability.
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I dawwwwwwwwed.
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New chapter of Good Ending just came out and

Ucchi finally got some! Oh yeah! Pic related- it only took 120 fucking chapters for him to find his balls
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I'm not disappointed with what I've read in I am a Hero.
>> No. 1031 [Edit]
>>1030

Same here. I just started reading it. I am a bit disappointed that not alot of great things have been happening to the MC. It's like I can relate to the MC so hard, and whenever something unfortunate happens, I too feel the pain.
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Denpa Kyoushi. Also the Doki Doki Majou Shinpan manga.
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I just finished reading Eatman

Pretty good, no overarching plot really, but interesting and well-written.
>> No. 1061 [Edit]
Tasogare Otome X Amnesia.

Well, I had already read it all before... and I quite thoroughly enjoyed it! My only reason I had went back to it was due to two things:

- I had missed a few chapters.
- The place I was reading it didn't have the chapters there at all. It was only till someone mentioned it to me a week back that I had to go on a place that allowed me to read it all in correct order.

I'll probably read Sankarea next. I had read it before on a previous occasion, but I had dropped that due to not finding the story going anywhere at all.
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Recently received my Highschool of the Dead colored hardcover collection omnibus... thing. Whatever you want to call it. I'll be enjoying reading through it at a leisurely pace.

Shitty picture taken from Amazon, I really need to get a camera.

Post edited on 19th May 2012, 2:13pm
>> No. 1064 [Edit]
I just started reading Liar Game.
Its one of those psychological mangas where everyone is a savant and everyone is always giving long, Sherlock Holmes-esque explanations of things. I've always been a sucker for this kind of thing.
>> No. 1065 [Edit]
>>1064
I love psychological stuff, I'll have to read that.

I recently read Goodnight Punpun. Kind of liked some parts, really disliked others. I wish it'd stayed more surreal.
>> No. 1072 [Edit]
>>1064

>I just started reading Liar Game.

I remember reading that ages ago, sometime in 2009 I think. I got to the part where they played that hot chairs game. I was some 5 chapters away from the conclusion of the arc but in the end I lost interest.

It's not bad but it kinda gets old after a while. The story felt like it's going nowhere and it was just a series of games which were kinda hit and miss.

Speaking of this genre I've finally began reading FKMT's Ten. I only read the first volume so far but it's good.
>> No. 1106 [Edit]
I just finished the last bit of Ultra Heaven. Over all, it was interesting. The story was shit, but it was full of well thought out imagery.
>> No. 1118 [Edit]
>>1072
Yeah I feel you there. It reminds me of Detective Conan in how it set up an interesting overarching plot in the first few chapters, and then completely neglected it from there on out, favoring a focus on the premise instead.
>> No. 1122 [Edit]
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Past Future.

It's about a guy who finds the pleasures of cross dressing. It's pretty good in my opinion. The only thing wrong with this is that there are only eight chapters available, and to some maybe the sister.
>> No. 1123 [Edit]
>>1122

Cross dressing is fucking cute. I'll be picking this one up based off your suggestion.
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Jojo's Bizarre Adventure IV: Diamond is Unbreakable.

Damn these scanlations suck.
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>>1125

Wow...that font.
>> No. 1131 [Edit]
>>1125
Wow, that is absolutely horrible. I'd link you to a site with (slightly) better translations, but I lost the link on my other computer which is now dead in every way.
>> No. 1133 [Edit]
Its just like GTO. One of the best manga with the worst translations.
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I just started "A Lollipop or a Bullet". It is a slice-of-life about two cute girls spending time together.
>> No. 1136 [Edit]
>>1135
For a second there, I thought that was Miu and Nobue.
>> No. 1138 [Edit]
Finally picking Oyasumi Punpun back up.

I've missed reading this. The art is great, the story is great, and it's still on going.
>> No. 1142 [Edit]
Today I read Binbou Shimai Monogatari. It's a great little manga about two sisters who grow up from a young age without parents. They struggle to make ends meet, but support each other the best they can while trying to remain happy.

There is apparently an anime adaption too. I can't wait to watch it.
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Reread "Onani Master Kurosawa" and just started "Boys on the Run". Wish it would update faster.
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>>1143
And speaking of Onani Master, can anyone recommend something like it? And NO, Chobits or Ressentiment are not like it.
>> No. 1152 [Edit]
Read the Binbougami manga, since the show caught my interest.

It actually... was better than expected.

I don't think it has gone a single chapter without referencing some famous series, but it does it in a charming way.

Looking forward to seeing a few characters show up in the show now.
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Read Shissō Nikki (Disappearance Diary) yesterday. It's an autobiography of sorts even though the author himself states that he doesn't like the idea of publishing his own autobiography halfway through the book.

It's divided into three parts and while the 2nd and 3rd part aren't that interesting the first one is great. It's about his life as a more-or-less voluntary homeless. There's not much 'substance' to it but seeing how a guy who was married, had kids and had a not-so-bad job just walked out to buy cigs one day and didn't come back.
>> No. 1171 [Edit]
I've been reading Taiyou no Ie. It's...decent but nothing really too interesting.
>> No. 1172 [Edit]
>>1144
If you liked Legend of the strongest onani master kurosawa, then you might like Aku no Hana. It has a few things in common, although its a bit darker in tone.
>> No. 1175 [Edit]
>>1172

>According to Comic Natalie, Oshimi Shuzo's manga "Aku no Hana" was announced to get an anime adaptation.
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>>1172
Thanks. It made me feel things.
>> No. 1185 [Edit]
Nocturne. I think it's Korean and so the art is all weird.
>> No. 1191 [Edit]
A group has picked up Detroit Metal City!
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BTOOOM, its pretty good so far.
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Kono Kanojo wa Fiction desu
>> No. 1203 [Edit]
Vulgar Ghost Daydream
>> No. 1204 [Edit]
Today I read Teekyuu, since the show is starting soon. Have zero interest in sports/tennis but apparently it's more just incredible awesomeness than anything else. Which is okay.
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Right now Blue Drop - Tenshi no Bokura
>> No. 1340 [Edit]
Now I'm reading the manga adaptation of Higurashi.

I started now the Tatarigoroshi-hen arc.
>> No. 1354 [Edit]
I just started Nijigahara Holograph. Short (1 volume) but it's darn good.
>> No. 1358 [Edit]
>>1340

I finished reading the Tatarigoroshi-hen arc, now I started the Himatsubushi-hen arc.
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High School Girls
>> No. 1382 [Edit]
>>1381

And Detonation Island (Bakuon Rettou) too.
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Mori no Asagao, I dont think the art style is supposed to be as funny but it makes me lol sometimes
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Umineko Ep.6
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Nasu.
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I started Boku wa Mari no Naka today. I got instantly hooked because of the premise (easily to-relate-to hikki turns into a girl) and stayed for rest of the story. A little sad that it's taking forever for new chapters to be translated, though.
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I started reading Saki!
>> No. 1426 [Edit]
>>1423
I liked it too, too bad theres not many chapters released
>> No. 1428 [Edit]
I just read Choku. It was pretty good. When I started it I was just trying to kill some time, but I was pretty sad when it ended.
>>1423
I picked this up after you mentioned it here. I'm glad I did. To me it seems pretty obvious that Mari is in the MC's body.
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Centaur no Nayami/Centaur's Worries.

It takes a while to get used to seeing centaurs act like regular people, but it's pretty weird and feels like it could actually be some sort of alternate reality, especially with all of the species co-existing and living their lives as a regular human does.

I like it. The whole thing is pretty cute and interesting. I never would've thought that a manga on "monster" girls would exist like this. Unfortunately only a few species have been shown, but they're interesting none the less. The author does explain a lot of how things work in that world and how things are which is pretty interesting.
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In this very moment I'm reading Bitter Virgin
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>>1432

That was a nice a nice read.
>> No. 1436 [Edit]
>>1432
I started as well because of your post...
Don't mind the details, but this is hitting straight home.
>> No. 1437 [Edit]
>>1436

When you have finished reading it I would lilke to know if you have liked it.
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Just finished Me-teru no Kimochi. It was emotionally draining. I feel like I should be crying, but I also smiled a bit.
>> No. 1439 [Edit]
>>1437
It was fair. The end was kind of rushed but enough, I guess.

[blogish shit:]
It's a bit like Clannad, in a way: a young guy who suceeded and did "the right thing" where I couldn't; though I still wonder if that really can be considered so ("the right thing") or not. I've pondered and pondered, building and discarding arguments and aproachings, as well as attempting different actions for many years; but the general wounded situation of women, which I've been related with in several ways in my life, is something that I simply can't seem to lead to an acceptable path (i.e. I can't romantically relate with women, period). Guess I really will never know; at least beacuse I don't even think I want to, at this point.
>> No. 1440 [Edit]
>>1439

>The end was kind of rushed

I think the same.

>>1438

I ''hate'' Me-teru no Kimochi.

I think it's the worst Hiroya's manga.

I started reading Yamikin Ushijima-Kun by the way.
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>>1440

And unfortunately I have already finished reading it since only the first two volumes (out of 26) are scanlated.
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Somebody recommended Vinland Saga to me two days ago or something like that and I've been having fun reading it. I feel bad for not picking it up earlier since I had my eye on it a while ago, but forgot about it and kind of held back since it looked a little too "complicated".
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Read Banana Bread Pudding and Taiyou no Ijiwaru yesterday.

Banana Bread Pudding... Well, I can see why it's so polarizing. At the same time I have a hard time finding words to describe what I think about it. I felt that it wasn't meaty enough to plunge deeper into it and as a result I didn't really spend much time pondering the symbolism and the like but now that I'm done with it I think I underestimated it. I guess I can see why it's mentioned alongside Utena sometimes.

Taiyou no Ijiwaru is one of those things you downloaded so long ago you forgot it even existed. My PC is telling my I downloaded it in August 2011 but that doesn't sound very plausible. It's either the date of when I moved it from one my external hard drives to this PC or I simply redownloaded it.

... Anyway, it's great, definitely recommended. I read a lot of short story compilations and this one is one of the best I've read yet, definitely Top 5. Makes me wonder why it took me so much time to read it.

I'd really like to say more but it's a short story compliation, you can't really write much without spoling the stories. One thing I can say is that it's very even, normally I don't recommend whole compilations and I go with individual stories instead but I feel all 4 of them were worthwhile.
>> No. 1455 [Edit]
>>1442
It was great until it turned into Farmland Saga
>> No. 1456 [Edit]
>>1455
Hey, after killing so many people Thorfinn needed a new hobby. Although that seems to be coming to a close with Canut on the way and with Leif there.
>> No. 1457 [Edit]
>>1456

Whoa, they are still farming? I dropped it like two years ago after a few chapters of farming.
>> No. 1459 [Edit]
>>1442
I forgot all about that panel! Man, I miss Thorkell, he was such a boss.
>>1455
I don't think the farmland arc would've been all that tedious to read in one sitting, but it's been hell waiting all this time for the action to start back up.
>> No. 1460 [Edit]
Just started Kiruko-san
Seems fun
>> No. 1461 [Edit]
I actually like Farmland saga.
>> No. 1462 [Edit]
>>1457
Two years?

>>1459
I agree. Thorkell is one of the few characters that I won't ever forget because of how awesome he was. I want to know what happened to him after his last appearance.


However, I agree with you about the farmland arc being less tedious being read as I read it. I really had no idea that it's been stuck like that for so long. I know that it's for Thorfinn's character development to make him a "good" person, but it really would've been boring to go through those chapters one by one with only mildly interesting things going on aside from the time where that guy cut off part of Thorfinn's ear
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>>1442
It's pretty cool how what initially seemed like a happy-go-lucky viking saga turned out to be scathingly anti-viking.

On a related note, I miss Askeladd.
>> No. 1467 [Edit]
I'm reading Octave.
>> No. 1468 [Edit]
>>1467

Prepare to rage.

As far as yuri manga is concerned I finished Moonlight Flowers recently. Ironically enough for a second I thought I shouldn't mention how much I liked it because it's like a cheesy melodrama from the 80s. Except then I recalled 95% of manga out there is still way worse than that.

So yeah, it was superb. I started reading it shortly after midnight, planning to read one chapter only and then finish it the other day. By 1:30 AM I was done with the whole thing (I'm a slow reader, I let the art sink in a little) and I wanted to go to sleep way earlier that day. Very engrossing, even though you can see the ending from a mile away. Recommended, very much so.
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Hikari no Machi. It's very good.
>> No. 1471 [Edit]
>>1468

>Prepare to rage.

Why's that?

I've finished reading it and there was nothing wrong.
>> No. 1474 [Edit]
>>1471

Really? Yukino being a cheating slut didn't improve things for me. Left a bad taste in my mouth but I kept reading to get my happy ending.
>> No. 1476 [Edit]
>>1474

Ah, that for sure, but in the end I knew that some shit like that was going to happen so I was prepared for that.
>> No. 1478 [Edit]
I'm reading Gundam: The Origins and now I understand why the call Tomino Yoshiyuki ''Kill Em' All Tomino''..
>> No. 1479 [Edit]
Chikan Otoko, and I have to say... the latest scanlated chapter blew my fucking mind.
>> No. 1481 [Edit]
>>1479
Its pretty good.
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>>1478

And now I know about Char's past.
>> No. 1485 [Edit]
>>1482

I came here to laugh at you.jpg
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>>904

I've donwloaded the raws of this, it was nice.
>> No. 1498 [Edit]
>>1496
I thought that was some messed up chapter of Aku no Hana before I read your text.
>> No. 1512 [Edit]
Vol.11 of Shiguirui, I don't recommend it.
>> No. 1525 [Edit]
I recently read through the first two parts of JoJo, the first one is good and the second one great, which is why I continued with the third one, but holy shit.

I read through the first nine or so chapters and it is really terrible so far. Shit dialogue, shit characters, shit plot progression. Stands are even sillier than using bubbles to protect yourself from magma.

Does it get better? Are the other parts in the series more like the first two ones?
>> No. 1526 [Edit]
>>1525

>Does it get better?

Of course
>> No. 1527 [Edit]
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I started reading the Maoyuu "Kono Watashi no Mono Tonare, Yuusha yo" "Kotowaru!" manga.

Volume one is really good.
>> No. 1528 [Edit]
>>1527

Volume 2 is very good too.

I'm going to read the other Maoyuu manga.
>> No. 1529 [Edit]
>>1526

You're right. I just finished reading it and the whole thing does pick up steam once they arrive in India. My negative first impression might have been influenced by the shit quality of the scans.

Then again, there really were to many filler fights for my taste, though thats to be expected seeing as this part is longer than the first two combined.

Ending was somewhat anti-climactic though, how come Dio is the big villain when there were much more powerful enemies in part two? He is just a fairly regular stone mask vampire.
A bit of back story on the stands wouldnt have hurt either.
>> No. 1530 [Edit]
>>1528

I've have read them and I can now say that the official manga is the best Maoyuu manga.
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>>1482

Finished reading C.D.A too.
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I just finished nononono. It was pretty entertaining, but I have no idea why I liked it so much. Also the fake ending make me yell and throw things.
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Fate/Kaleid Liner Prisma Illya. I don't like magical girl stories but I made an exception for this because I'm a whore for Type-Moon stuff.
>> No. 1547 [Edit]
>>1546

I've tried reading this too but I stopped after the second volume.
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I've been getting caught up on Punpun. Besides that I've been reading Magi.
>> No. 1550 [Edit]
>>1549
I remember when I read Punpun for the first time. I was depressed for days, my whole life just felt empty.

Fun times.
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OYAJI ended.
The manliest Manga i ever read.
Hardass Oldtimer spent his last time with his family and fixd the problem in the life of his kids.
>> No. 1580 [Edit]
I started reading TWGOK, reached chapter 170 or so now.

Overall its a really nice read, but Keima's rejection of Chihiro now was just too terrible, which makes continuing page after page very painful. It didnt have to be like this.
>> No. 1584 [Edit]
>>1580

Why does /tc/ love misusing spoiler tags for comedic purposes so much and yet refuses to use them where they actually belong? Sigh.
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I've finished Midori no Hibi and now I want to read Mahou no Iroha!
>> No. 1586 [Edit]
>>1584
That's because we are funny. I know that we are, right, guys? Right? ;_;
>> No. 1587 [Edit]
>>1585

>I've finished Midori no Hibi and now I want to read Mahou no Iroha!

You'll be disappointed probably. Read Ai Kora instead if you haven't already. Midori no Hibi and Ai Kora are great but his other manga are subpar in my opinion.
>> No. 1588 [Edit]
>>1587

I'll read that too since I want to read all Inoue's manga.
>> No. 1590 [Edit]
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Mahou Shoujo the the End

Its like Highschool of the Dead X Deadman Wonderland without the annoying Fanservice and mre fucked up Violence.
I luv it!
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Heat.

It's the typical BuronsonXIkigami manga.
>> No. 1613 [Edit]
I'm currently reading Sukitte Ii Na Yo and Saikyou Densetsu Kurosawa. I've recently finished Onani Master Kurosawa and Chikan Otako
>> No. 1620 [Edit]
Finally decided to read Koi Kaze, I'm 10 chapters in and I like it, the only thing that bothers me is how Koshiro is fucking tsundere towards Nanoka. I want them to stop fighting and hug each other.
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Apocalypse no Toride

It follows the traditional zombie theme, but diverges away from it in an semi different way that isn't too original but has potential. The main characters aren't too bad either.

I've only read the first volume, but it seemed pretty good from that. I'm not sure how the rest of the second or third volumes will turn out.
>> No. 1628 [Edit]
>>1627
Okay, not only could I have used a cooler picture to present this with, I have confirmed that it does get better and weirder.
>> No. 1629 [Edit]
>>1628

I've seen the ''dogs''...
>> No. 1630 [Edit]
>>1627
I should really get around to reading this.
>> No. 1631 [Edit]
>>1627
Just read it in one sitting. It's got this Jap "Left 4 Dead" vibe going for it.
>> No. 1643 [Edit]
I'm reading Ateya no Tsubaki and MPD Psycho.
>> No. 1652 [Edit]
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Ran to Haiiro no Sekai (Ran and the Gray World)

Maybe the shoujo-ish art might turn a few people away, but the story is still an odd ride.
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>>1630
>>1627
I finally got around to reading this a few days ago. I like it a lot more than I thought I would.

>>1631
It didn't feel like that to me at first, but the more I read it the more I started thinking of it as some weird cross between Resident Evil and Left 4 Dead.
>> No. 1659 [Edit]
Mujaki no Rakuen

25-year old NEET attending class reunion falls into swimming pool and wakes up in the past as himself in primary school. Decides to go for women who would be way out of his league in the present.

I'm not really into loli, but I'm a sucker for "loser goes back in time to fix his life" stories.
>> No. 1660 [Edit]
>>1659
Just finished ch. 7 and I take back my recommendation. It's just too lewd. I was expecting the MC to take steps in fixing his life and not just perving around.
>> No. 1661 [Edit]
>>1659
I was going to pick this up, but it was taken of Batoto for reasons I'm sure you've already know of, and I felt that the effort to read this was just too much.
>> No. 1662 [Edit]
>>1661
http://www.mangapark.com/manga/mujaki-no-rakuen
>> No. 1663 [Edit]
All Rounder Meguru..I wonder what happened to Endo's art.
>> No. 1664 [Edit]
>>1663

Nonono, Endo is doing everything wrong with All Rounder Meguru.
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I started reading Terra Formars earlier today. I thought the idea of cockroach men on Mars sounded stupid, but it's actually been pretty enjoyable. Still not sure how I feel about the design of the roachmen.
>> No. 1679 [Edit]
>>1678
I saw this a couple of days ago, but was reluctant (and lazy) to read it. I think that I'll give it a look later on when the situation lightens up.
>> No. 1680 [Edit]
 
>>1678
One of my friends was the guy who translated the first volume of this, so I've been into it for a while.

It's really cool, although volume 2 was kind of boring. The commercial for the manga looks really cool though, I think it would be neat to see an anime in the style of the commercial, although that would never happen.
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>>1679
It's fun. It's like Shingeki no Kyojin meets an old horror movie.

>>1680
>One of my friends was the guy who translated the first volume of this
Tell him I said thanks then. This is one of those most fun things I've read in a long time.
I remember seeing the commercial before I started reading it and no idea what was for. It'd be great if the anime was like that, but it will probably be a while until it even gets an anime.
I'm really looking forward to the translation of volume four. Germany looks like he'll be a fun character.

Post edited on 17th Mar 2013, 8:10am
>> No. 1682 [Edit]
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Mobile Suit Gundam: The Gihren Assassination Plot
>> No. 1690 [Edit]
>>1681
It really is fun to read. I've been reading it for hours now and it has been a thrill ride. I'm glad to see that it isn't entirely predictable at all and has some stuff to keep it interesting.

This manga is pretty damn good.
>> No. 1695 [Edit]
>>1678
>>1679
>>1680
>>1681
>>1690

Nominated for this year's 'Manga Taisho' award (dubious credibility based on past selections but whatever).
... But if they'll fail to pick Otoyomegatari again I don't think I'll even bother to look up the nominees next year.
>> No. 1698 [Edit]
>>1695
I don't really pay attention to award things like this.

Anyway, I've been reading the new volume of Terra ForMars and I've got to say that Michelle is awesome. The current characters just seem pretty cool.
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Lucu Lucu
>> No. 1702 [Edit]
>>1698
I love her sexy eyes and her glasses.
>> No. 1704 [Edit]
>>1701

Unexpected ending.
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>>57
>>331
Took you long enough.

It goes from good to bad - early Negima is good. First 10 volumes and pretty much anything before the Mars arc. Mars arc was shit and awful. I think it's the worst excuse of a storyline in the manga. Anime is watchc at your own risk.
>> No. 1712 [Edit]
Just finished reading Yonensei.
>> No. 1713 [Edit]
>>1712
What did you think of it?
>> No. 1714 [Edit]
>>1713

It's a nice story.

I hope that the sequel (Gonensei) is going to be scanlated soon.
>> No. 1731 [Edit]
Sasameki Koto.
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I'm reading Onepunch Man.

I knew that this would be a problem for any OP super heroes. Well, not all, but a some of them.
>> No. 1753 [Edit]
I'm downloading the first volume of Honzou no Mon right now.
>> No. 1754 [Edit]
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Cat-Eyed Boy
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>>1754
I hope you are enjoying it.
Kazuo Umezu really knows his craft.
>> No. 1758 [Edit]
>>1756
I am, it's really fun to read.
>> No. 1786 [Edit]
I just finished Kokou no Hito. Started off weak but it got much, much better.

At the moment I'm reading Oyasumi Punpun. I'm currently at volume ten and I still don't know what to think of it. I can't stop noticing how Asano draws hands. He puts a lot of detail into them.
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I've finished reading Umisho, it was fun.
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Evangelion finally ends in july...

http://www.evageeks.org/2013/06/the-end-of-evangelion-the-manga/
>> No. 1817 [Edit]
Just read through the last two chapters of SZS. Fuck. I think I actually wish I hadn't. One of the first times that's happened to me.
>> No. 1818 [Edit]
>>1817

Depressed because it eneded?
I usually drop all episodic series a couple of chapters before the end, otherwise I would weep every time I bet.
>> No. 1821 [Edit]
>>1818
How it ended, actually.

I know that as much as I may not want it to, all good things usually end, so that isn't as bad. It's still sad, yeah, but it had a good run. 301 chapters, not to mention all the anime episodes, is more than a lot get.

I've been reading Abnormal-kei Joshi. It's by the guy who did Hyakko, so I was expecting something... different, to say the least.
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Someone on Twitter told me about Deus Ex Machina, so I've been reading that lately!
>> No. 1832 [Edit]
>>1817
>>1821
That ending was quite the bummer. I like to think that it was just a dream or something similarly non-canonical.
>> No. 1843 [Edit]
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Late, but I just read the end of SZS.
Brilliant. Spectacular. Loved it.
I'm glad I lived on to have seen this.
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Nobunaga's Chef is a perfect manga in this cruel post-Hyouge Mono world. As always, I would pledge my loyalty to Oda Nobunaga in a heartbeat.
>> No. 1851 [Edit]
>>1850

That flamboyant Nobunaga who doesn't know shit about wabisabi? Count me out!
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Finished Samurai Highschool. Surprisingly enjoyable.

It's an episodic gender bender shounen series that reminded me heavily of stuff by Inoue Kazurou (Ai Kora, Midori no Hibi). No deep storyline, no real plot, a rather basic premise.
It's fun due to a pretty big cast of likeable characters. Not many laughs to be had maybe but it has this mysterious charm that makes you want to read another chapter or two but you can't really put your finger on the reason behind that.
I adore series like this because they remind me that not all shounen manga has to be bad.

... Kinda wanted to write more and encourage people to read at least a few chapters but it's hard to find something to write about. All I can say is that I feel that the mangaka knew exactly what he wants to do and he executed it perfectly.
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I'm slowly going through nakamura asumiko's works, currently reading sotsugyousei.
Sadly I couldn't find it to download, so I'm using mangahere.
>> No. 1874 [Edit]
>>1873

>Sadly I couldn't find it to download

Not even on mangatraders?

>so I'm using mangahere.

You should use batoto.
>> No. 1877 [Edit]
Full Swing and Hinamatsuri.
>> No. 1881 [Edit]
>>1874
Mangatraders removed it, and it's not on batoto.
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I just picked up Angel Densetsu. It looks pretty good so far.
>> No. 1893 [Edit]
>>1892

And it only gets better, trust me.
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Q.E.D.
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Ketchup Ninja

Despite the fact that it's manga, it seems a bit too Western. It seems to retcon a lot of stuff and details as it goes on, even getting changing characters into less terrible ones.

It's kinda weird. It's not for everybody, and the art can get pretty bad, especially when they do the whole Western thing of adding unnecessary detail to certain characters and then suddenly switching back to a Japanese art style.
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Ichi

http://www.batoto.net/comic/_/comics/ichi-yamamoto-hideo-r9934

It's pretty intense and has a few lewd parts and is filled with human trash, but Ichi's story isn't too bad.
>> No. 1966 [Edit]
>>1892
it's awesome
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Suicide Island.
Basically, it's about suicidal people trying to find the will to live. I don't know if it's good or not, I almost never know if I like a given work or not.
>> No. 1976 [Edit]
>>1975
I used to read it, but then some other group took it and it ended up taking even longer for the chapters to come out since they only translate from the tankoubons and eventually I forgot about it.
>> No. 2035 [Edit]
You know, I read Terraformars vol 7 yesterday and even though there are no new developments that have anything to do with this I realized Terraformars takes 'childhood friend never wins' to an entirely new level.

But it's been kinda bland lately. Too much politics, too many lenghty explanations about animals, too little action. Shame.
>> No. 2036 [Edit]
>>2035
I see nothing wrong with childhood friends being killed off, then the character who's friend with the character telling the other guy to shut up and reassess their reason for being there and that was an idiot for being there. They're just shitty people you've known for far too long and probably without wanting to have known them.

Also, the manga shouldn't be filled with mindless action, the ongoings on earth and the knowledge of the animals help with keeping track of what's going on and what is possible. There's a whole lot going on.
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I just read the first volume of Pupa (picrelated), which so far is very good despite the characters having very exaggerated personalities, which robs it of the believability that Saya no Uta has going for it.
Unfortunately, I can't seem to find raws for anything beyond vol. #1 of this manga, so I've had to put this series on hold for now.

Some guy on 4chan's /a/ posted a few chapters of Donyatsu in English. Seems pretty fun, but unfortunately I couldn't find decent raws for it via a quick google search, and I can't use Share or PD at the moment due to network issues. They also don't have this series on YesAsia, which means I'd have to go through Amazon.co.jp, who charge exorbitant sums for shipping to Europe.

I started reading Claymore a few days ago and got really into it, blasting through 3 volumes per day. I actually found it hard to stop. I'm usually not into stories that revolve around fighting, but maybe it's because of nostalgia, seeing how Claymore was one of the first animes I saw back in the day as a teenager, with English subtitles. And I still remember how unsatisfying and open the ending was, yet the sequel never came (the manga is still ongoing, now at chapter 130 or something). I think I'll actually buy the volumes from volume #10 onwards, because a big part of what draws me into the series is the art, which looks better on paper, especially seeing how for most of the volumes I only have shitty scans where two-page artworks are not merged into a single image file. I don't have money to spare right now though, so this will have to wait until next year.

I also just read the first volume of Showa Vampire (昭和不老不死伝説 バンパイア). Not sure if I'll continue with this. The premise is great, the plot is decent enough, but the shitty art (in a manga with sex scenes in every second chapter!) and lack of furigana combine to make it a less enjoyable experience for me than it could be.

Just loaded up my phone with all volumes of Stray Little Devil, Death Note and Code Geass: Nightmare of Nunnally, all of which are easy-to-read shonen manga that I started reading back when I began learning Japanese, but never got around to finishing. In fact, I actually imported all 13 volumes of Death Note back then, but had to discard half of them unread when I moved out of my old flat and had a strict limit on how much stuff I could take with me. I suppose I'll be busy with these for the next couple of weeks, although I'm not sure if I'll actually finish Nunnally.
>> No. 2048 [Edit]
>>1892
I saw the OVA recently. Seems pretty fun, maybe I'll check out the manga too.
>> No. 2049 [Edit]
>>2047
>Pupa
Oh boy. I tried reading that one, but I dropped it quickly since it seemed to rely entirely on shock value. I like SnU, though, so maybe I'll give it another try someday.
>> No. 2053 [Edit]
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AneLog is pretty fun.
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2055
Is it just me or has Prison School gotten boring after the boys get out of prison

Pic related: the first time ive seen a japanese person in manga actually look japanese
>> No. 2056 [Edit]
>>2055

>Pic related: the first time ive seen a japanese person in manga actually look japanese

You don't read much I suppose.
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>>2056
No I guess I don't, they better send me back to the manga gulag to be educated by experts like you.
>> No. 2059 [Edit]
>>2057

I don't mind you going there.

Read Saru when you're in that gulag.
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>>2053
I've read all three volumes that have been released so far, and now I have to live with the fact that all the magazine scans of the newer chapters I can find look like ass. Oh well.
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Just finished Undercurrent.

It's about a woman struggling to keep her bath house open after her husband disappears. It's a very well written story and the art is solid. Worth the read.
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If girls suck please explain why the best cute loli yuri manga is drawn by girls
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FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCK!!!!

I started reading Kanon, believing it was fully translated and now I'm fucking hooked up...

Shit.

It's damned good, though.
>> No. 2075 [Edit]
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Hitsuji no Uta.

Good read but the ending sucked (imo).
The anime adaptation was... well, not good either.
>> No. 2076 [Edit]
>>2075
if you can understand Japanese, check out the drama cd. It fixed quite a few things that went wrong in the anime, and I just can't get enough of Megumi Hayashibara's voice when she speaks in that serene manner.
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>>2076
Her voice work was nice, indeed. What I disliked the most was the quite uglier character design, the painfully repetitive montage and the amount of good lines they left out.
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2080
I just finished Ai-Ren. Rather slow in places but it paid off at the end.

I started reading 1/11 but the translation stops after a short time and there aren't any raw scans, so for now I've started reading Akagi (which has been something I've been meaning to read for a long time now).
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>>2074
Just finished Mou Hitori No Marionette (I think...). The girl got almost raped way too may times and the ballet didn't stand out as much as I expected, but overall it was pretty entertaining (I used to have taste for theater as well).

What I'd really want is being able to finish Kanon, though.
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>>1185
I'm reading it now.

It's very appealing.

It's the second manhwa I read and I'm digging them already; it's a nice change of pace and mood that suits me well.
>> No. 2084 [Edit]
>>1438
Just finished it. I'm not sure how to feel and judge it (I'm turning 30 this year), but that sure was an intense read and I don't regret going through it. Thanks for bringing it up.

Post edited on 22nd Jan 2014, 5:17pm
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Late to the party, but I just finished Oyasumi Punpun.

I'm not sure how I feel about the ending, but I'm glad I read it.
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Just finished Beautiful Fascination is Better Than Love by Lee Hyeon-sook, author of Flowers of Evil (manhwa).

It's about an aloof and sexy highschool student who seduces his young beautiful teacher.

It took time to get good and then the end was damned rushed and kind'a wut, but it was highly entertaining. I'm sure reading more by this author.
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>>2103
Now reading Nobody Knows (ongoing).
I'm now so officially fan of this author.
Damn.
>> No. 2112 [Edit]
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Inuyashiki

This is the next manga from Oda Hiroya, who is the mangaka of Gantz and a couple of other manga.

This seems pretty weird, but it looks like it has promise. There's only one chapter out.
>> No. 2113 [Edit]
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oh hgod kouki's mom is so hot
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>>2112

Is he a cyborg/robot now?
>> No. 2115 [Edit]
>>2113
Yeah, but >>774
>> No. 2116 [Edit]
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All You Need Is Kill

This manga is based on a novel and stuffs, and it seems that a lot of people like it, it has a high chance of being good. What I've read from it seems to be pretty decent. There are only 6 chapters out, though.

I meant to put this here a long while ago, but I got lazy and forgot and then kept putting it off.

>>2114
I have no idea, I'm leaning on cyborg since the things seem to want to keep things to seem as close to normal as possible, but there's no way of really knowing.
>> No. 2117 [Edit]
>>2115
I finished reading Usagi Drop. I really really liked the first part, although the second part did drag a little, and the ending felt rushed.

actual spoilers: I really wish Daikichi hooked up with Kouki's mom. She seemed like a really good match and all the sexual tension between them seemed to be pushing towards that ship, so I was a bit disappointed when I heard she was going to remarry to someone else. At the very least I expected them to begin cohabiting after Kouki and Rin became grown ups.

Also I found Rin liking Daikichi to be highly unrealistic, due to the Westermarck effect, and grandpa not being the real dad a big asspull.

I respect the author's bravery in making an unconventional ending, and I appreciate that there are always problems when writing, but I just feel the second half had bad writing, and wasn't as well planned because maybe it was thought up along the way.

>> No. 2119 [Edit]
>>2117
Rin was too old for the Westermarck effect to take place. She was already 6 and the Westermarck effect operated from ages 0 to 6.
Or at least this would be the case if the Westermarck effect is a real thing and not just learned behavior as many sociologists believe nowadays.
>> No. 2138 [Edit]
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I found an amazing cat manga!
Ito Junji's Cat Diary
>> No. 2139 [Edit]
dorohedoro
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>>2111
Just finished Savage Garden.
The art was appealing and the story had its moments but the end was plain.
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I just started Lovesick, about a girl who falls for her stepfather after her mother dies (it's going really fast). It's the first on a list of incest manga that I plan to go through.
>> No. 2156 [Edit]
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Just finished Real Purple, about a couple of step-siblings. Not bad, nor great; had good moments (including a mini story about a single mother with an autistic kid) but the end was abrupt.
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Read first 25 chapters of Natsu no Zenjitsu. I love it.

This author has drawn Koi Kaze before which is kinda well known and kinda acclaimed but it did nothing for me. On top of that I plain don't care about romance series period. But Natsu no Zenjitsu has that special something that makes you want to keep turning the pages. On top f that the art is really, really good - he improved a lot compared to his Koi Kaze days.
I kinda feel it's a bit like Norwegian Wood except I didn't like Norwegian Wood, heh.

-Highly- recommended if you like (seinen) romance. And probably worth giving a shot even if you don't.
>> No. 2174 [Edit]
Am I allowed to ask for recommendations here?
Are there any (translated) manga with a similar plot to KaraNoShojo?

- Schoolgirls getting murdered
- Satanic/occult symbolism
- Not supernatural
- Preferably little to no comedy

Sorry if this isnt allowed.
>> No. 2175 [Edit]
>>2174
Those are some pretty specific requirements
>> No. 2176 [Edit]
>>2174

http://www.mangaupdates.com/series.html?id=21547
>> No. 2177 [Edit]
>>2176
im actually watching that anime right now
>>2174
i thought schoolgirls getting murdered was a common trope in Japanese fiction.
>> No. 2178 [Edit]
>>2176
>>2177

>Mouryo no Hako

Really good series. I actually forgot about it, otherwise I would've mentioned it.

I can't really recommend anything given these requirements but mangaupdates has a pretty extensive system of tags, recommendations and the like so if you look hard enough you'll probably find something (try 'murder/s' and 'serial killer/s' tags).
>> No. 2208 [Edit]
Is mangatraders dead for good?
I was downloading the YGO manga from them, now that MT is down I can't find it anywhere else.
It's already been a month, that should've been enough time to recover from the hacking and fix the security problems they had.
>> No. 2209 [Edit]
>>2208
No one knows for sure. I think they just got tired of running MT.
They used PP freezing their account as an excuse to get some more money, then they shut the site down because they got "hacked".
>> No. 2210 [Edit]
>>2208
yes. few people from /a/ downloaded archive and are planning to set up a new site, but it's obviously not going to happen
>YGO
?
>> No. 2211 [Edit]
>>2210
Jesus anon
YGO = Yu-Gi-Oh
>> No. 2212 [Edit]
>>2211
oh. it's on bakabt if you need it
>> No. 2213 [Edit]
>>2208

Wow, it's really down, I didn't know about this. I mean, I knew they got hacked and there were some problems afterwards but I downloaded some stuff from mangatraders like a week or two ago and everything looked fine.

What a shame. The site has been since forever, I genuinely don't remember using anything besides it to grab the manga. Going to individual groups' sites will be a massive pain in the ass, especially since mangaupdates removed the links after gettin C&D'd (kinda). How awful.
>> No. 2214 [Edit]
>>2213
>mangaupdates removed the links
use script
https://github.com/loadletter/mangaupdates-urlfix
>> No. 2215 [Edit]
>>2213
I was wondering why they removed all of the links. It sucks since I liked using them and knowing that I had access to them in case something interesting showed up.
>> No. 2217 [Edit]
After watching the OVAs on Youtube I decided to give Devilman a go, and I'm through the original 5 volumes now. Overall it was pretty entertaining, despite being fairly predictable and requiring a lot of suspension of disbelief. The second half doesn't really make good use of the potential of that particular doomsday scenario, and the way the witchhunts started was illogical as fuck.
The manga is half a century old, so it was somewhat difficult to read due to using a lot of old Japanese slang that I'm not familiar with.
The ending was pretty weak apart from Satan's last monologue, but that seems to have been rectified by Amon Apocalypse, which is what I'm reading right now.
>> No. 2220 [Edit]
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>>2111
Fucking shit, I really want to know the ending of this (dropped by the scanlanator to punish manga aggregator sites). I've been looking for places to buy the original or at least for some spoiler stub that says how it ends, but I've found nothing. My last hope is that it might get licensed someday in french, italian or german like other works from the same author.

For the record: unlike most fans I fucking adore Yu (the mother); she's drop dead gorgeous and knows how to love truly, that is, madly.
>> No. 2226 [Edit]
I just found a manga called "Dead Dead Demon's Dededededestruction". The mangaka is Asano Inio.

I'm only on chapter 3 and although nothing has happened it's been an interesting read since the characters are pretty interesting.
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This manga seems pretty strange and has some potential to be good, even if it starts off pretty dark.

It's called: I got stuck in real life, so it's okay to get addicted to an MMO, right?
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Guess what? in that other universe, Hato became a famous mangaka and got a boob job (still in love with Madarame). As for Yajima, she finally got thin and stuck with him somehow.

Post edited on 23rd Sep 2014, 10:32pm
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Deep Love: Ayu no Monogatari
>> No. 2266 [Edit]
Started reading Oyasumi Punpun. Finished volume 2. About when can I expect it to start getting depressing?
>> No. 2267 [Edit]
>>2266
It can also be read as a dark comedy depending on your mood. Just in case you find yourself laughing.
>> No. 2268 [Edit]
>>2267
What I meant is that yeah, it's pretty sad and sometimes darkly humorous. But I was promised soul crushing despair. In volume 5 and the feels are getting darker and I've cried a few times. I presume when he graduates high school shit is going to hit the fan?
>> No. 2269 [Edit]
>>2268
Just finished Punpun. There was some pretty good despair in there.
>> No. 2270 [Edit]
>>2266
>>2268
>>2269
You're annoying.
>> No. 2271 [Edit]
>>2270
Haha, fair enough.
>> No. 2272 [Edit]
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I've started reading Stretch today. It's a very enjoyable manga that is mainly shoujo ai revolving around stretching.
>> No. 2273 [Edit]
>>2272

The term you're looking for is 'yuri'. 'Shoujo ai' is an euphemism for pedophilia.
>> No. 2274 [Edit]
>>2273
Oh, well, pardon me for the mistake, I seem to have misunderstood the term.
>> No. 2275 [Edit]
>>2274

Not really your fault. The term is used incorrectly quite often. It all started when some Western manga fans thought it'd be nice to have two terms for yuri depending on how explicit the content is, just like yaoi has yaoi and shounen ai. The thing they didn't realize is that the term shoujo ai already existed and it meant something entirely else. It spread like wildfire however so it's still kinda popular.
>> No. 2276 [Edit]
Just finished Zettai Reiiki. It was OK, had a good joke every 30 pages or so throughout the series.

Now I'm reading NHK ni Youkoso, and I also started watching the anime in parallol after I was done with the first 4 volumes.
Overall the manga is better, but you just gotta love the voice work of Misaki-chan's seiyuu.
>> No. 2278 [Edit]
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Just read this one shot manga. It was very enjoyable.
>> No. 2279 [Edit]
>>2278
Rather linear but not a bad read. I couldn't come to like either of them, though.
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I read TsunBaka today. Damn, this gave me the feels. I really recommend it to those who haven't read it yet.
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FUCK
ME
SIDEWAYS

I've been distant ever since it finished so I didn't know, but in November an extra stage of Evangelion was released: the back story of Mari...

Holy. Fuck.
>> No. 2321 [Edit]
>>2320
So she's older than she seems.
>> No. 2344 [Edit]
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I just finished this. I haven't been this angry in a long time, I can't believe I actually paid money for this anger.
>> No. 2346 [Edit]
>>2344

>>2163 here. If you picked up the series because I mentioned it - sorry. I haven't read the final volume yet. Judging by your reaction I can kinda image how it ended, though...
>> No. 2347 [Edit]
>>2346
Nah, I've been reading it before you mentioned it.
>> No. 2348 [Edit]
>>2163
>Norwegian Wood
You mean the film? I liked it.
>> No. 2349 [Edit]
>>2348

I meant the actual novel, I haven't seen the movie.

>>2347

Well, a-at least it's not my fault!
>> No. 2363 [Edit]
>>2344
So, how does it end?
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Found an interesting seinen series of one shots called "A City for Honests and Heretics Manga". I admit I don't really understand the second short story though.
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Scans for Gakkou Gurashi are starting up again
Fuck yeah
>> No. 2403 [Edit]
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Finished Majo to Houki to Kurobuchi Megane. It's really nice yuri 4koma series. Pretty short, 3 vols. Good art, likeable characters, surprisingly funny gags (I've gotten used to dull 4komas, haven't I). Strongly recommended if you like yuri and/or 4komas.
>> No. 2409 [Edit]
>>2400
oh damn I just found out they're making an anime of it
>> No. 2410 [Edit]
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Read a generic and cliche shoujo called Taiyou no Ie. I was ready to drop it a few chapters before the end. It threw in the most pointless and unnecessary drama and there was only one way it would turn out. It was tying up a lose end that wasn't even a lose end.

It was okay overall. Nothing special as far as shoujo series go. Had it cut the ending up a bit, it would have been better.
>> No. 2411 [Edit]
>>2410
In the thumbnail it looked like a doujin page of a big breasted female being done from behind.

I was bitterly disappointed.
>> No. 2412 [Edit]
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Mahou Tsukai no Yome

It's pretty good if you want some decent fantasy with a developing plot and some comfy moments.

Involves a girl with the ability to see the magical realm (who also has magical aptitude) who is sold to a magus and her growth as an apprentice and as a person (as well as his in his own way.)

Good read, ongoing and not a ton of chapters so far so it's not overbearing.

Post edited on 9th Jun 2015, 3:00am
>> No. 2413 [Edit]
>>2411
That would have been a massive improvement.

I read the Final Fantasy XII manga. The art couldn't decide if it's good or not but it had some added backstory.
Caught up on 14-sai no Kai, which would be so much better if the pairing with the creepy sex-offender teacher and the male student were removed. She's such a leech.
Started reading Bungo Stray Dogs, which is nothing special but enjoyable so far.
>> No. 2417 [Edit]
I just finished reading Riki-Oh.

It starts with a guy going to prison and fighting people. Boy does it go places from that rather simple beginning.
>> No. 2420 [Edit]
I'm reading gate
The first chapters were fine, just what I was expecting from it. But now halfway through it's "otakus" talking about cartoons and videogames, goth lolis and elves getting dressed up after reading hentai in that akihabara place and generally the most boring pandering I've seen, this is really fucking stupid and disappointing. Hopefully it doesn't continue this way.
Also seems like I messed up editing the post, made a new one instead.

Post edited on 7th Jul 2015, 8:22am
>> No. 2421 [Edit]
Well I just started reading bitter virgin. Judging by the title i thought it'd be some kind of romcom, but i was sorrowfully mistaken. I'm 8 chapters in. So far its pretty good
>> No. 2427 [Edit]
I finished Homunculus. I didn't have any idea what it was about when I started. Probably more enjoyable if you enjoy that sort of thing because I don't really feel strongly about it at all, which is weird considering how bizarre it was. It ticked a lot of boxes, good art, decent characters, plot and premises were fine but something didn't work.

Started reading Gintama. Funnier than I thought it would be.
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Just finished Blood+ and I enjoyed it. Its pretty gory and has great monster designs. The story jumps around a bit though.
>> No. 2439 [Edit]
Reading all of the one piece chapters that I forgot to read for two years.
>> No. 2445 [Edit]
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Finished reading Koharu no Hibi (spoilers further down). I didn't like how at the end Koharu's problems did not get solved. I expected the MC to teach her how to control herself, but I guess the MC learning to accept her for who she is is okay too. Overall a cute manga. Koharu is cute but sometimes she goes too far. She does things which doesn't even make sense if she cares for the MC's wellbeing. But if the manga was just Koharu doing cute things it would be boring because there was no complication to resolve. I wish more yanderes would focus on the obsessive love bit without having the killing the person they love bit.
>> No. 2452 [Edit]
>>2445
I also find it interesting how nicely developed the characters are given the short amount of time the manga had to work with. Akira Torii isn't your typical romance protagonist. He doesnt' take shit from people. He hits people for being an idiot and not the other way around. He also has a semblance of intelligence. Hes not a passive as fuck beta who becomes dumbstruck in every ecchi situation. Its interesting to see his transformation from one who is offput my Mutsuki's occasional excessive overflow of love, to one who became dependant on her and accepting of her flaws. Also the onee-san chick is funny, and I totally bet shes a 'ara-ara' type chick but it just got lost in the translation. And the silent dude that follows the onee-san everywhere, when he says that he'll step in if Koharu goes over the line again, you get the feeling that hes a man of few words but still a total bro. Really the only person which irritates me in the manga is that middle-school girl.
>> No. 2473 [Edit]
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Currently catching up on Murcielago, since it tends to get translated in flurries.
>> No. 2474 [Edit]
Finally picked up Shingeki no Kyojin. This has been quite the ride and I think this is where things really, really ramp up. The popular predictions are that a lot of the main characters are about to get stripped of their plot armour.
>> No. 2480 [Edit]
>>2479
seems fine to me.
>> No. 2482 [Edit]
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After having Citrus pretty much pinned to my Amazon recommendations for the past year, I decided to cave in and give it a try.
I really wasn't expecting it to be my cup of tea, as I don't consider myself a particular fan of yuri or romance, but I'm more than pleasantly surprised. I'm only 3 chapters in, but so far the story and characters definitely did manage to hook me. The art is pretty good too.
>> No. 2483 [Edit]
>>2482
Art is gorgeous, but I find the story lacking.
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>>2490

You should check all other Cool Kyoushinsha's manga if you like Komori-san.
>> No. 2533 [Edit]
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I've read the first two volumes of Akai Mi Hajiketa.

There are some really nice stories in there.

My favorite chapters are the fifth and the eleventh.
>> No. 2578 [Edit]
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I shat myself.
>> No. 2652 [Edit]
I caught up with Boku Dake ga Inai Machi. It's okay but I'm annoyed at the direction because it was so painfully obvious who the murderer was that I actually thought it was a red herring because 'it's so obvious, it couldn't have been them. The author isn't that simple'. There was legitimately nobody else to suspect.
The main character is also rather simple; he concentrates on trying to protect the victims instead of trying to figure out who the murderer is, like they won't just change targets. He kept noting the murderer had to know the setting but never thought to actually suspect people or try to investigate.
The good side of it is that the characters are pretty interesting but the criminal aspect is so basic. I hope it starts winding down soon because if they stretch out this part it'll get frustrating real soon.
>> No. 2705 [Edit]
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Finished reading Gantz and found it largely mediocre. Couldn't help but imagine some resentful, horny teenager wrote it. My favorite part was probably the Italian mission, which felt more hopeless to me than anything in the final arc.
>> No. 2711 [Edit]
>>2705
Turn off your frontal love, and you'll enjoy Gantz.

I liked the buddha and osaka missions personally.
>> No. 2733 [Edit]
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I just finished reading Shimura Takako's Wagamama Chie-chan.

It's a pretty good story.
>> No. 2745 [Edit]
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Finished reading Sakura no Sono, a two volume series by Fumi Fumiko.

It was pretty damn funky and I wanted more.
>> No. 2753 [Edit]
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And so, Madarame is one step away from becoming officially gay.

Post edited on 24th Feb 2016, 2:53am
>> No. 2754 [Edit]
>>2753
Despite many people saying the opposite, ive always liked genshiken nidaime. But the past few chapters have just sucked really hard.
>> No. 2774 [Edit]
>>2420
Good to know.
I was about to begin reading it but after seeing the anime OP/ED i got doubtful.
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