Lately I've really been getting into psychological manga, especially short ones. o_O; So I basically got on MangaFox and did the advanced search with Completed Psychological manga, sorted them by rating and read a couple of the short ones.
Beatiful People was really interesting, but I would have so much rathered a 25 page chapters for each rather than 10-20 pages all mixed into one chapter. D: I don't know if it was just that uploader or if that's the way it's supposed to be, but the transition between stories was... there was none. xD
But the stories were cool. The snow girl melting was sad and was pretty good in the short story format; the story about the gay guy and the lesbian surviving the apocolypse was oddly hilarious to me, in a Twilight-zone kind of way; the Angel Cat and Electric Cat was sweet; the stalker story was very creepy, in a suspenseful kind of way; the plastic surgery story was creepy in a monster kind of way; and the vampire story...
All I could think while reading it was, "Very Rin and Sesshomaru." xD
Goth was another manga I read — one volume, five chapters, all awesome. I kept thinking that the main dude was kind of like Light, on the balances of good and evil with that tinge of insanity just below the surface. Except that the main dude never actually betrayed anybody. And that his insanity was a lot, a lot a lot darker.
I was quite happy with the ending, though, which is rare when I expect a bad ending from something. Not that good or bad endings keep me from reading things, so long as I'm not ready and hyped for a good ending but get a bad ending. Steeling myself for a bad ending but ending with good is a pleasant surprise, getting a bad ending when you were all warm and fuzzy is just depressing.