Don't take the score to be bad, it just an overall score this is one of those low scoring mangas that definately deserves to be read once, but only once. As of all my manga sources there are only 20 chapters not the 27 this and another site have but i digress. The story gets such a low score for many reasons it ends way to soon, but then again there was no end goal for series either just Sakamoto doing his thing being Sakamoto and the end fight never really happened; yet. Seeing as this mangaka likes to take a six month break... See full review
It's hard to believe this was Kentaro Miura's original style! Berserk has become so detailed and wild, with such a rich story and characters, compared to Futatabi which exudes 80's manga general style.
While the story is not particularly amazing, it follows some of the tendencies from american comic of that moment.
You can already observe him developing his first big and detailed backgrounds, and also characters that try to scape to a more westernized look.
This is a short, and essentially rather simple story at its heart, but my word, it is wonderful. 'The Gods Lie' is the story of 11 year old Natsuru Nanao, a football loving boy who has just moved to a new town with his mother, and Rio Suzumura, the tallest girl in their sixth grade class. Natsuru's football team has just accquired a new coach whom he dislikes, and in addition to this, he has been outcasted by one of the girls because he rejected one of them on Valentine's day, whereas Suzumura is isolated from everyone because of the secrets she carries- starting with the fact that she and her little... See full review
I really Liked this story. I found volume 1 at a library. It's fun and the characters are good! I can't figure out how to read it on this website though...See full review
This is by far one of my favorites. When I first started reading it, I thought it was going to be one of those works that never explains any of its mysterious aspects and just expects the reader to forget about any plot holes. However this is NOT one of those series. All of the mysterous things and plot points get explained as the story goes on, and in a way that doesn't feel forced. It's nicely paced, with unique characters that each get their own back story explained at a time when it makes sense for the plot. The plot is not predictable, you never really know what's going to happen next, but it never... See full review
Although I'm usually a big fan of Shinjo Mayu's work, Haou Airen really was not one that I could like, let alone enjoy. The characters fall in love way too quickly, especially Hakuron, who kidnaps Kurumi Akino in the first few chapters to come to Hong Kong. Disillusioned for pretty much the whole manga of the concept of love, Kurumi Akino constantly debates and questions both her love and his love for her. Scenes of consensual rape, murder, and violence are shown throughout the manga, so this is definitely not for the light-hearted romantic type of readers. Hakuron is seen at one point trying to leave the... See full review
Wolf Children was a movie I loved. So when I saw the manga at chapters, I immediately bought it. The story did not disappoint me at all. It is the same as the movie. It made me cry, just like I had cried after watching the movie. The art is stunning. The artist drew the characters to fit perfectly with the story. In fact, I personally think the art in the manga is better than in the story. The characters are amazing, but I gave it a 9/10 because of Ame's decision. Overall, if you are a fan of wolf children, I would definitely recommend this. If you plan on buying it, buy the hard copy... See full review
Hideo Yamamoto sucessfully created a story that explores the hollowness of humanity and how it damages people turning them into souless/shallow beings. A gripping manga with a very interesting premise. Not something for the faint of heart, as the story deals with mature themes such as violence, rape, and major psychological issues that the characters had to deal with throughout. It is an intense manga with a blend of mystery, horror, and drama. It also explores the fragility of humans, and how it expresses itself as "homunuculi" or in the form of monsters that is hidden in the... See full review
<> Good but Incomplete <>
ヽ(≧Д≦)ノ <I WANT MORE! I decided to start reading this as it reminds me of Sword Art Online (the names tho, rly) and I am currently waiting for more chapters to appear in this light novel based manga and have resorted to read the actual light novel due to my lack of patience (^^;). At the time of writing this review this manga only has 1 volume and 6 chapters. The light novel I am reading has 8+ volumes and 316+ chapters (the english translated one only has like 30 chapters at the moment), so the manga should have... See full review
Honestly, this is my favorite light novel. I really the anime and I saw some of the novels in a bookstore near where I live so I thought what the heck? and I bought 'em. My expectations were around 6.5 or 7,I'd place the anime around 7 or 7.5, but I thought a book wouldn't really capture the action and character interaction as well. boy was I wrong. Story: The story takes place in a technologically advanced city full of different kinds of schools, appropriately named academy city. In this city students are taught to use psychic abilities. They are ranked levels 0 to 5, five being the strongest and zero... See full review
Two words: ABSOLUTE MASTERPIECE.
If you read the summary your impression will surely be that this manga is not a remarkable one. Just another one you'll read which plot you'll be able to anticipate to the point there's no excitement nor whatsoever... Well, let me tell you, you're all wrong.
It does starts being a cheesy, lovely and most of all, adorable story with some points of drama. However, as you advance, as you read the plot becomes dark, tragic and twisted. Out of all the characters, the most remarkable are Inori, Yuki and, of course, the alien. These three are more than what they seem at first... See full review
I felt disgusted while reading this manga. Basically the main character, Hana, is raped and fucked against her will throughout the whole story. You CAN'T read a page without finding, at least, a maleness comment. The male lead is a possesive maniac who treats Hana like a sex toy and opress her to the point she blames herself for THE SLIGHTLEST SILLY THING like, for instance, cooking or colapsing at school. I HATED IT.See full review
=^w^= <>Splendid Fun<> =^w^=
I am waiting for chapter 76 and in the meantime I decided to write a review that may contain mild spoilers out of boredom. I am not a patient man... (╥﹏╥).
Boku Girl is the first manga created by Sugito Akira, I think he has done exceptionally well, perhaps to make a good impression or something.
Currently I do believe that this is much better in comparison to the other manga using the gender-bender thing (don't judge meh ;-;) and would gladly recommend this to anyone as long as they're fine with seeing lewd... See full review
Buso Renkin is a really fun manga, not because the story is especially good (though it's not the worst I've read by far), but due to the comedy (which is brilliantly funny at times) and the memorable protagonists throughout the series. Firstly, Kazuki. Though rather generic himself, he's fun to read about because of his interactions with others and how he effects them. Tokiko on the hand is a wonderful character in her own right, with a brilliant catchphrase ('I'll splatter your guts!') and all the aggression to back it up. The fact that to discover her full backstory you have to read a not so great second... See full review
great manga ~! useless sense turn out to be profitable and a good support nice ~See full review
This is amazing. Sweet and adorable and I would read it over and over. The character are funny and end up being deeper than you would think for something so short. I would love this to continue. Even after the couple gets together the story is endearing and funny. I must find more like this :)See full review
Makoto Yukimura delivers a strong performance in his first major work in a rather down-to-earth sci-fi story covering the lives of garbagemen IN SPACE.
STORY There's relatively little plot here, at least in the sense of big, overarcing events that the cast reacts to. The lives of the characters take center stage. That's not to say there are no developments or ongoing storylines, it's just that events don't drive this series but rather the characters do. There is a strong recurring theme of what the social, political, and personal ramifications of humanity starting to truly take its first steps away... See full review
It was really funny and cute I love the triangle the characters are in and their personalities just make it so much more enjoyable. Definitely two thumbs up.See full review
STORY: The idea behind this manga's story is not bad. It's actually pretty unique. If the story was presented right and it was blessed with a less retarded translator it could have came out more than decent... unfortunately this wasn't the case. So because of the crappy childish translator, the oneshot does things that no actual professional writer in literature of any kind would do. What the translator does is force readers to listen to their personal opinions and genralisations about the story's content during the stories beginning and ending as if it was part of the manga itself. It's not... See full review
In the fan fiction world, there is a phrase "plot, what plot?" And I think it applies to this one shot rather well. The premise is that the two men have been friends for 14 years, and friends-with-benefits for about 5 years. And that's about it. Story: It's the sex scene from every yaoi without the courtship or drama. (Sarcastic Hurray!) Ok, there's a little drama since one of the guys doesn't really consider himself gay, but it's never really played out. Maybe if it had been longer, it would have had some depth. Art: it's not the greatest, and I've seen better yaoi out there, but... See full review
SPOILER FREE REVIEW For those who are considering reading it or just checking it out. //IMPORTANT NOTE: This is a review coming from a fan of the manga and its creator (Kusanagi Mizuho). Although some parts may be a little opinionated, I will try my best to make this review as unbiased as possible. STORY: Princess Yona is forced to flee the palace along with her bodyguard/childhood friend Son Hak due to dangerous circumstances. They set out on a journey to find the legendary dragons to help save and restore peace to Kouka.  ... See full review
Story The first four chapters of this manga are domestic slice of life stories that are connected to each other. The first chapter deals with a couple losing their beloved dog (and if you ever owned a dog or any other kind of pet for that matter, you will cry). The second chapter takes place a year later when the same couple takes in a skittish cat. They continue to bond with the cat (as well as several other things I won't mention) in chapter 3, and in chapter 4, the couple's niece in thrown into the mix. The four chapters are nicely written and will appeal to animal... See full review
Yes, there are quite a bit of chapters but the story line is wonderful, the relationships are solid, the metaphors are clear and consistent, the characters are really well done! I strongly recommend this manga! Seeing how many people have viewed it so far is very sad and it definitely deserves MUCH MUCH MORE! Please read it when you get the chance! Full thing is on Kiss Manga! The story basically looks like a HUGE love triangle but it's nothing like that?? I guess it's hard to get describe! However, the relationships everyone has with one another is great! They... See full review
:-) the story is great and there is really nothing else I can say <3See full review
I don't know it feel's unfinished, sorta, but that by no means makes it a bad read. It really does have a good background, story and some repetative flashbacks but the overall story, the fights, the characters are all interesting and the actual story is fresh. Like i first mentioned though the end seems like it wants to continue, but it doesn't. Your left feeling good but slightly empty. I would most definately recommend reading this, multiple times if you want.See full review
Before i say anything else, i first have to say that i feel like the creator was rushing when creating this story. There are giant time holes that aren't filled with anything. From one to another chapter suddenly everything is different, mainly the relationship between the main characters since you don't really see that develop it is just there all of the sudden. Even though everything is rushed and not explained as well as they could have done. The storyline itself and the idea are very interesting and original. It was short but still managed to move me quite a bit for the little that was... See full review
If you like reading depressing psycho stories this manga is right up your ally. Complete with attempted suicides, rape, joking about family suicide, gory killings and a plethora of mental issues to severe degrees. Personally, I HATE suicide themes so it was very difficult to give this manga a fair shake... that being said... I did complete it and for the sake of a more impartial review I will stop speaking about things that upset me personally and get into the good and bad others may see in this manga. Story The Story of this manga is not too great. It's not horrible either though. It's unique for... See full review
Overall: AdorableAdorable The storyline did drag out a little bit after about halfway maybe a little further BUT.. The manga itself is short enough for you not to notice. The typical mix ups happen, but I like how slowly the story progresses, it makes all of the outcomes that much sweeter and more enjoyable It kept me interested through the whole story, I'd recommend it!See full review
This manga did not live up to the one shot. Just read the one shot and be done with it. Granted, it's hard to live up to perfection, but still. Actually it fell way short. Koe no Kitachi squandered such incredible potential that I can't help but get mad at it far more than any mediocre, or even bad, series. It could have been amazing, but in the end it was just infuriating. But the beginning was just so damn good. *SPOILERS AHEAD* (not like they matter when nothing comes of it) Lets forget about how annoying Tomohiro is. Let's forget about how boring making a movie is. Lets forget about how one... See full review
I LOVED this manga. If you're looking for a super sappy romance manga, you found it. My BF caught me reading it, and judged me. I totally enjoyed reading this, and every night when I got home from work, it was the first thing I popped up on my phone. Very addicting. The storyline throws you through many twists and turns, and it constantly keeps you on the edge of your seat. The cliffhangers are a KILLER. If you like romance, and cheekiness, you'll love this.See full review
Main character is our typical gutlles Japanese college guy who who carries his virginity on his face but still gets a harem. Story ending is a bit incomplete. Every other character except pur main character is good. Infact remove the main character and the story will be much better. Love traingle goes on till the second last chapter and main character finally realize his true feeling in the last chapter. In short only read if you have some time to wasteSee full review
i love the art and the characters but theres only two chapters and it hasnt been updated since 2012See full review
Taiyou no Ie is a beautiful manga that will make you cry tears of joy, tears of laughter, and plain old tears of sadness. It has great humor, adorable moments between characters, and tear-jerking encounters that will leave you waiting for more. The story is nothing too new- a highschool girl (Mao) moves in with an old childhood friend of hers- a guy, 8 years older than her, whom she has a crush on. She, of course, eventually confesses to him, and is rejected- but of course, throughout the manga, the subject of her affections (Hiro) finds that he doesn't want other guys approaching her cute self. . . There... See full review
This manga is a really wonderful story that makes history more fun to read about, since it is toold from charaacters that are living in that time. I will not spoil this Manga for anyone because it is really worth the time to read it. i read this manga over and over again and still find it so interesting to read. Dont be discouraged to read it because it is a historical romance manga with some history in it, but it is mainly about romance between Yuri and Kail. I also liked it because it wasn't one of those romances that it was love at first sight, or a normal romance without challenge toward... See full review
Story This manga is the story of a girl who falls in love with a mangaka. While the plot is nothing particularly groudbreaking, I did find it to be cute, funny, and enjoyable. Though there are several shoujo cliches, this manga does them well and even seems to be self aware of it. Art The art isn't great, but it isn't terrible either. It does it's job, but not much more. The character designs are fine, but the lack of backgrounds and the occasional use of stick figures (though to be fair, those were comedy relief scenes) hurts it. Characters I... See full review
This manga is a total waste of time, luckly it's short. However, If you want to read a revenge driven or action/martial arts story look to the recommendations here that are made for other similar manga. just move along. This one's not worth it. The Story The story is the worst part of this horrible manhua. It is complete mess. There are multiple problems with it. From Minor cliche irritations like talking about different characters "power level" numbers and calling out their attacks before they do them. To more major issues like how flat and shallow the story is. It has been a... See full review
<div id="body:i36"> <div class="fu5e3b sMVRZe"> <div class="wftCae" dir="ltr">hunter x hunter is an anime about fights , but : 90% are made of dialogues like in a fucking talk show or a soap opera , 5% made of cowardly escapes of protagonists from their opponents , 3% is made of protagonists that are humiliated by their opponents , the last 2% is made of poor and really labored victories , that always cost the dignity or the health of the winner , seriously , this mangaanime only deserve to stop and be forgotten ; one more thing : after almost one... See full review
Story: The story is not new. "Falling in love with the same person all over again thanks to time travel" can be seen in other manga and anime (like Kamisama Hajimemashita). But it is wonderfully told, nonetheless. Itsuka Koi ga Kanau Made is probably one of the reasons I love anime and manga with time travelling elements. Art: I don't really love the art, but I think it is quite okay. Characters: The characters were constructed to start as simple, but as the manga goes on we discover the complexity within their personalities. We see these things unfold as we get to the end.See full review
Story: Let me take this straight, it is like a Romeo and Juliet story which however, happens in school (Towa is a delinquent while Mikado is the student council president) and they're both guys! Still, the balance of comedy and romance in the story makes it very, very lovable and definitely not forgettable. Art: I have to admit, I know a Sakuraga Mei manga when I see one. Why? Because her art style is so distinct and unforgettable! Characters: Though this manga is indeed full of anime/manga stereotypes, they were all tied to each other with "red strings of fate" to make cute and funny... See full review
Story Okay, So this manga may not be so great if your looking to read something with a in depth story. However, the little episodic stories within are at times cute and at other times disturbing. Id say this would go down easy for someone who didn't like to read. Mainly because there are barely any words. I want to call it a bunch of small interlinking light stories but because of the nudity and some of the things the cats do which are borderline gross, I can't really say it's a light read either. What I can say about this manga is that it is unique. It's rare to find a manga about a girl getting... See full review
Tenshi Nanka ja Nai is one of my favorite mangas I've ever read, and I've read it about 20 times. The story is filled with humor, friendship, and relationships that really connect to the reader and make the manga a really heart-warming read. That's not to say the story is just a shoujo comedy. It gets serious and downright heart-wrenching as complications are introduced slowly and steadily in all relationships brought into the story. The artwork definitely is unique and something that really attracted me to this manga, but once you meet Midori, you fall in love with her, and then in love with... See full review
Story This manga is basically about the daily life of a crazy, frequently naked woman and her cat. To be honest, nothing much happens. The woman's antics are a bit amusing and this manga does get some points for uniqueness, but there is very little text and not much of a plot. Art The art is for the most part very detailed and quite nice looking. However, it loses a few points due to the fact that the female characters look a bit too much alike. Characters Due to the fact that there is hardly any dialogue and barely any plot, there is... See full review
This manga is very enjoyable to read, and has lots of new intesting ideas that I personally have not seen in a while. I do think that this is a very under-rated manga that is worth reading. The main character is loveable, and interesting. Not only that with the way they potray him he can do almost anything he sets his mind to. One last thing to add into my review is that if you dont enjoy overpowered characters you might not like this so much; although I recommend you give this a try.See full review
IC In a Sunflower Oneshot #1 Story: 8/10 Art 7/10 Characters 6.5/10 Overall 7/10 Story This oneshot had a fairly original story and I really enjoyed it. I admit that the story felt very weird in the beginning, but as more information was given I became absorbed and began thinking about real "what if" scenarios and also about the underlying message behind the story. It's definitely a deep story. I would think that if the AIDS virus was cured (something that is nearly impossible given it's ability to mutate.) it would be likely that some other disease or measure would come into... See full review
This manga really was a roller coaster. I had so many different emotions. I feel like this is the best Yaoi manga that I ever laid my eyes on. The ending had me in tears (T-T) LITERALLY!!! There are a lot of twists and turns. You may get confused in the beginning, but trust me you'll understand the further you read it. I just want to give a round of applause for the person who created this masterpiece. Great plot. Great characters. Perfect settings. AMAZING ENDING (T-T). 10/10. Geez, I wish I could express my feelings about this manga to the world. I LOVED IT!!See full review
This is the tale of how a thousand Japanese business men became sexually confused by twin boys that were dressed like girls... Not that this is anything new. I'm looking at you, Black Butler anime adaptation. But if your sitting there wondering "Is it even worth reading this?", I'll try and help you out. Story: Anri was born sickly, and for whatever reason, his mother dressed him like a girl. My guess, she wanted a girl, but never had one, and since the dad doesn't appear to be in the picture... Anyway, Anri decides that he wants to be an idol at the tender age of 12. His twin brother... See full review
This manga was not the typical type I would read but it's always nice to branch out and try new things at times... In this review I will tell you first what I think of it outside of personal feelings and then I will write my own personal thoughts at the bottom. This manga is cute at many points in the story, but it's also rediculously unoriginal. The Idol thing and even the twin idol thing has been done tons of times... However, it does have some parts of originality sprinkled in between the cliche. I'd give the story a 6. This is because, although it is unoriginal it was delivered fairly well, it... See full review
I'm a bit surprised it ranked pretty hight up there but has no reviews, any ways here's is quick one. What introduced me to the manga was the cover for it on my manga reader app (mangarock) it look interesting. I read the first chapter and was hesitant to continue further, the main character is different from a steriotypical manga protagonist which was hard for me at first. Helck's protagonist is a huge, built man and crazy powerfull (reminds me of the adventures of Luck from cyanide and happiness). As the story progresses you stick to him, not just him but almost all the characters in the story too. The... See full review
Okay, so Marriage Without Love is one of those few harlequin manga that have absolutely NOTHING good about it. I can't nit pick like usual about small issues because the whole manga is one big issue. There are spoilers in the Story part of this review below. If you do not wish to read spoilers skip the story part of this review and start at the art section. I normally don't do spoilers for reviews but this manga was so bad that I think it would be better to save people the trouble of reading it if possible. The story is about a woman who had fallen in love with a newspaper reporter that lied... See full review
Story Regatta is the story of a young man whose goal is to compete in compettitive rowing in the Olympics. This goal was put on hold after the tragic death of his teamate, but he eventually regains the drive to reach for their dream. There is also a nice well written romantic side-plot. The story over-all is well written and mostly well paced. My only criticism with the story is that the ending felt a little abrupt to me. Basically, I feel like the events of the last chapter should've been spread out over two or three chapters instead of being crammed into... See full review