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  • Joined May 13, 2012
  • 20 / F

Favorite Manga

1 Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches
Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches

All characters stay relevant somehow even though there's a gazillion of them. Consistently interesting and never has fillers.

2 Ao Haru Ride
Ao Haru Ride

Literal shoujo manga perfection.

3 Love★Com


4 Taiyou no Ie
Taiyou no Ie

Honest and not sugar-coated. The romance was a key part but it was more deeply about the relationships of everyone, romantic or not.

5 Shugo Chara!
Shugo Chara!

Still relevant to non-children.

6 Imadoki!

I've read it 4 times and idk why I love it.

7 Fushigi Yugi
Fushigi Yugi

Anime was a bit better but it's a truthful depicition of what would happen if a modern girl was sent back in time. Just cliche enough to be perfect.

8 Dengeki Daisy
Dengeki Daisy


9 Black Jack
Black Jack

Throughout Black Jack you feel like you're on this journey to find out if the world really works for people who are "deserving" but Black Jack does not discriminate against his patients at all and who lives and dies or is cured or not depends on "God's eyes" and as another doctor once says to Black Jack, "you can't think of humans theoretically" and that even though he is a miraculous doctor, even he is powerless at times. Tezuka's best in my opinion.

10 Itazura na Kiss
Itazura na Kiss

A not perfect romance, Kotoko and Naoki slowly grow closer to one another and Naoki enjoys the fact that she makes his life difficult. So different from a lot of romance manga. So sad it was never finished.

11 Candy Candy
Candy Candy

I consider it a masterpiece. Candy is optimistic but not everything is better in her life because of it. She meets tragedy and honestly learns how to get through it. I truly believed in the end she was happy when she lived with Albert, her adoptive father, and did not end up with Terry and felt like she could be happy nonetheless.

12 Skip Beat!
Skip Beat!

Wow why do I like this one?? I'm just waiting an eternity for Kyoko and Ren to get together.

13 Flame of Recca
Flame of Recca

Fantastic art, arc based and tournament heavy but he somehow still made it interesting. Lots of characters that stay relevant.

14 Devilman

I love it mainly for the ending and anti-war symbolism. I think this is the work that made me like "the good guys don't win" endings. I HIGHLY recommend reading Nagai's 20-years-later essay here.

15 Ranma 1/2
Ranma 1/2

My first manga and some of Takahashi's best.


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