Sorry this came out a little late.
Hayate the Combat Butler: I wanted to start this a long time ago but my sister wanted to watch it with me and we were busy finishing up other stuff. Finally, I got her to watch and i'm so glad that I succeeded. It is HILARIOUS. I love it. I really needed some genuine laugh out loud humor. It's just silly and filled with parody. I kind of decided to stall it because I didn't realize it had 40 something episodes. However, I will try to finish it and it'll probably go on my top list of comedies.
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood: I like reading FMA and then watching the anime and my sister is just like me in that aspect. Therefore, I had to wait until she read enough so that we could restart watching it. She got a bunch of the volumes so we were able to start it up again. It is AWESOME. It is full of epicness and I just couldn't stop watching them. It's just amazing and I absolutely love. It's just like the manga. I have little bad to sad about brotherhood.
Occult Academy: This one is a little bit more iffy. I kind of liked it but kind of didn't at the same time. It had it's moments but if you want to know more, I wrote a review on it which kind of sums things up.
Tenga Toppen Gurren Lagann: I love this. I don't really like mecha but I kept hearing about Gurren Lagann so I decided to pick it up. I still don't like mecha but I still love this. It's hilarious and so action packed. I also love the drama. I get why people like this so much.
School Rumble: I started this a long time ago and I decided to pick it up again and I love it. It was just like the anime (more like the anime was just like the manga). It's hilarious! It's just pure laughter all the time. The only thing that gets tired when reading School Rumble is your eyes.
Yotsuba&: I love Azumanga Daioh so I decided to pick up this one since the mangaka is the same. I'm so glad because it's hilarious. Yotsuba is freaking adorable and so funny in her ditzyness and innocence. I love her. I'd love to have a little cousin like her.
Kimi Wa Petto: I wrote a review about this if you want to see my feelings about it. I'll just say that it's 14 volumes which I finished in 2 days when I had classes.