this manga dose take a little time to get into but is worth it, this is a exaltly written manga with intersting charaters and a very intesting plot, people who like house on TV will like this. there is a large amount of medical jargin, that adds to the story this is a intesting manga and i enjoying the manga and hope you do too.See full review
NOTE: I am basing this review on both the first and seond seasons. Also, NEVER EVER IN YOUR LIFE, watch the anime... it killed the story and the manga. Story: At first, the story of Rosario to Vampire seems simple and very comedic and entertaining. Poor Tsukune, who is just a normal human teenager, gets the biggest misfortune of his life when he accidentally gets enrolled into a school of monsters. The first person he meets, however, is a gentle, cute, and loving girl, Moka, but later does he find out she is in fact a vampire, which is hard to believe based on how she acts like an angel and... See full review
I didn't read much of this manga because i got pissed off after reading 5-10 chapters.The reason i don't like the story is because all thats happening in this manga is Mio Mmori getting raped by the rich kid and the gardener!The characters are ok apart from what i just wrote and the art is average.I don't recommend this manga to any one apart from the people that like reading mangas where girls get raped.See full review
One of the Best Manga's up to date! This Manga is based off of the Novel by "Osamu Dazai",And i have to say that "Usamaru Furuya" Did a amazing job making it into a Manga form.What a great Manga 10/10!See full review
This was an amazing read, it had all the elements you could want!.
At first it was hard to understand what was happening but it was fun working it all out and how the characters interacted with each other and it was enjoyable watching the bonds of the characters form, I fell in love with Ainsel! she cute, unpredictable and loveable overall and the amount of plot twists that were in it were not too little or too much.
The art was fantastic and the plot was on par, so i have rated it 10/10
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this is just a nother shoret manga where guy treat's a girl bad but really likes her but she does not know about that so what will she do. This manga just does not go into depth so if you just want to read 44 pages of not much then here you go thanks CleatusSee full review
This manga is good to start off with but then it slow and does not finish at all. I hate manga that never have a good ending. So if you like manga witch do not end properly and leving you with (wtf is there any more) then this is just for you. Thanks CleatusSee full review
I am in love with this right now! I believe it has great potential and is mysterious; great for those who like supernatural creatures and a mystical settings. The artwork is absolutley beautiful with great detail, and the characters always make you want to know more about them. The characters are all very likable and the story is very smooth, though it can be quite confusing at times (I'm not sure whether Shimotsuki is doing this to make it more interesting and letting the readers guess a bit or not). My main guess for the reason some people do not like this is because of the idea of 'angels gone bad', but... See full review
I am a huge fan of the works of Megumi Tachikawa, from the wonderful thief "Saint Tail" to the sweeping story of "Dream Saga," Megumi Tachikawa has created some of the mangas I am most proud to of owned. So then...you begin to ask...what went wrong with this story? Well the question is...what DIDN'T go wrong with this story? Story: The story (or lack therefore) is relatively simple. A young girl and her two friends are excited about the release of a new CD from their favorite band. Picking up the CD however they discover another disk in its place. Titled... See full review
I liked the series. I found it very refreshing from only reading shounen for a few months. It was a great read.See full review
The review of Ichigo Jikan.
This is a short story about a girl name Ichiko got a scholarship and entered a high school in Tokyo. She arrived, realizing the dorm was being Renovation. When she thought she had no place to stay, the registration gave her a key to an apartment, close by. She soon realize this apartment belongs to a guy name Ran that is good-looking and smart, and she was force to stay living together with this guy.
"The God of High School" is a Korean Webtoon hosted by the Korean search engine Naver (naver.com). This full colored webtoon is about a young 17 year old boy named Mori Jin, who is an orphan that was adopted by his "grandfather" (no blood relation). All his life, Mori Jin was trained by his grandfather in the ways of Tae Kwon Do (Korean martial arts); however, if viewed from an outsiders standpoint, Mori Jin's Tae Kwon Do is unorthodox. Mori Jin is invited to the God of High School (GOH) competition, which seeks to determine the strongest martial artist and the strongest martial art... See full review
In my honest opinion, this is a fantastic manga for Shounen readers! For many people, it might make you think of it as a mix between LOST and Jurassic Park, which isn't a bad thing. It has a great feeling of survival and mystery to it and you cna tell the romance progresses steadily. There is also a few comic relief characters in it that make the mood just right... for guys that is.See full review
- i read this after i had watched the anime, though there is a big time gap in between, so this was a nice return to the story. the big difference "which i liked" is that the manga *and anime* are both based off of a visual novel, and in a visual novel you can go whichever path you want too. in the anime it tries to cover all the paths *which i dis-liked; it seemed scatter-brained* but with the manga it only focuses on one arc instead of jumping around time in a bunch of *what-if* scenarios...so i suppose that is disappointing if it wasn't your favorite arc "but i assume it is most... See full review
About this manga... It's not my usual genre of reading so, please be patient with me, thank you. For a one-shot, Half and Half had a very nice plot, and, really was an ideal length! It had a huge affect on me- and of course on the friends I forced to read it afterwards. >:) So, if I could give you a quick synopsis just here(because of the lack of official synopsis) it'd be something along the lines of.. "Two strangers caught in a traffic accident have a tragic and untimely death, however God allows them to chose between themselves which of the two could live~..."(I'm not a very good... See full review
The review i thought about Honey x Honey Drops is the same as the overall rate I gave, which is 9.5 out of 10. The reason it was 9.5 because there is one thing i still can't figure out almost at the end of the story. The part where Yuzuru said to Kai that she will feel lonely after taking off the pierce because of their graduation and the fact that she had the earrings for 6 and half year. Is that mean they were together for 6 YEARS?!
But, no matter how many times I count, they should only been together for 3 years, since High school only have 3 years in total. I know, this is manga, it's fake... See full review
Story: Air Gear started off with an interesting premise with the concepts of ATs and flying. However, it fell flat. The ideas weren't developed and some were plain incoherent. It is interesting and has plently of humour, action and some romance. However, it wasn't that special. Each resolution felt "meh" or ".......really". I had trouble taking the explanations seriously. In addition, the series tries to have profound moments but falls short. All in all, it was ok but there are much better series out there. Art: I liked the art for the most part but I felt the ecchi was too much. I do... See full review
An old legend says that souls of people who die bearing strongs feelings of regret are bounded to the place where they die, unable to travel into the other world.
Jane is about to be murderer by a bunch of burglars who used to be his friends. He, the master of a great furtune is trapped in an endless loop, reviving his brutal death over and over. Is Jean alone in this endless loop of suffering? Will he be able to fight back? What will happen next?
The Sumimura and Yukimura clan have been in competition with each other for 400 years over, as they struggle to protect the sacred plot of land Karasumori. Young Sammura Yoshimpri(the legitamate succesor of his clan) has a crush on the older Tokine from the oposing clan(also a legitamate succesor). sadly she only sees him as more of a lttle bro figure from next door. Story The two main characters are kekkaishi does born with special abilites to creat kekkais to fight ayakashi attacking the sacred plot of land. Story starts out lighthearted and develops many themes, such as family, jealousy, friendship... See full review
Story: I have come across many mangas that either try to do too much or be more than they are. However, even with all the hype that Fullmetal Alchemist had, it does not fall short. It coveres so many aspects of different genres while excelling in each and every one. It can be full of action, drama, comedy and romance but do them all brillantly and with justice. Throughout the series, you can find your heart being pulled from anticipation, sadness, horror, action or you can end up not being able to breath because it can be so funny at times. It's really a journey with a great ending to boot. I was worried... See full review
Story: Music and romance. It sounds like it become really cheesy and predictable. However, it wasn't. It did the music aspect justice. It wasn't just a bunch of bs. I likes the plot and the overall pacing. I never felt like it was too fast or too slow. It had a slice of life feel to it but it didn't drag. It progressed nicely and the changes were subtle but evident. I like the development of the romance and there was ample comedy. There's definite substance and I would recommend this to anyone looking for something with music, romance, comedy or even slice of life. In addition, I enjoyed the ending. I... See full review
Boku no Futatsu no Tsubasa, isn't a bad manga, it's just a manga that needed more time. I personally believe with more chapters it would have been a bit better. The story pretty much is a basic teenage "growing pains" with a twist. Of course, with any teen manga, sex is sure to follow (and i mean alot of it). It starts off well, good laughs, nice story. It's just the ending of the manga, that feels like it was written in two seconds that makes it bad.See full review
Finnaly cought up to manga, I read from from chapter 143(Anime End) to 474. Story The plot of the manga is not that complicated, but it is consistent, despite being a bit slow, it has been 474 chapets and i don't quite see the end. of course there are manga much long but i believe the had more intricate plots The Story starts out with Keinichi your basic avarage geek with no physical talent, only love of books and gardening. he had a bullying problem huntill he met miu who introduced him to the Ryozanpaku masters. the agree to start... See full review
This is technically a manhua and not a manga because it was created in Taiwan, But tomatoes....well that saying fails when written. Story: Cane Lele (points for having a badass name) is 16 and grew up surrounded by the fashion world. Her deceased parents were both models and her aunt is the head of a modeling agency, but it wasn't until she saw an ad featuring the model Angus Lanson that she decided to join that world. This begins her journey to become the world's top model, to not only do what her mother couldn't, but to be number one for herself. That's the backbone to it. Add in a love interest whose... See full review
Pink and innocent is a very shoujo story to say the least. It's very Kawaii and it's cute as hell. But let me tell you a little bit about it. First off our heroine Conocca, is a ditz. Yeah; truly. She's cute though and she is also very innocent and naive for her age (Or maybe us American's are just sluts, jk;)) Anyway she is constantly going to her slightly more mature friend Aery for advice. (Aery is an upcomming model with a nice boyfriend.) Secondly she has this crush, Renji. Yeah well there's no particular reason for this crush but the fact that he was sweet to her. Sort of a love at... See full review
Okay the first thing you need to understand is that this is NOT a manga, It is a light novel. But a good one at that. Do you like gore? Blood? The occasional slip of sanity, even better do you like looking into this escape? Wondering what could posess a person to cut someone up and hang each part of their body onto a tree like Christmas decorations? Well then, this book is for you. It centers around two student, morbid, dark, monotone. The boy can fake being normal for the most part but the girl cannot. These two are obsessed with murder. Now the girl likes to wear the clothes... See full review
Tokimeki Mononoke Jogakkou is a simple yuri ecchi about a high school girl transported to the youkai dimension when she accidentally steps through a portal. Trapped, she has to pretend to be a youkai transfer student at the local girls' boarding school. Unfortunately, to most youkai, humans are food and the subjects of rape, so she is always terrified of being found out. Fortunately, her roommates are benign, and she develops an attraction to one of them. Despite its dark setting, the manga is quite lighthearted. It's primarily an erotic comedy and has a few laugh out loud moments. Most of the characters... See full review
I couldn't stop reading! Every chance I got, I would open it! The story is AMAZING!!! The characters are relatable and real! After a while, you find youself rooting for Zatch and Kiyo!See full review
This manga is crazy. I'm sorry, actually, allow me to correct myself, this manga is FUCKING crazy.
So you thought School Days was fucked up, you haven't even begun.
I'll start with the flaws, because they are apparent. First of all, the story isn't the most original thing you've ever heard of. You have a boy who has a crush on a girl and is forced to make a contract with another girl because he is caught stealing the first girl's underwear. It doesn't take a genius to realize where the romance is going to be placed. The characters aren't the most developed characters ever and... See full review
Remember when you first started to write stories in school? There was this guidline given by your teacher about where exactly should the climax be and how exactly should you bulid it? Crazy For You is like that guidline for tangled relationships.
This is not a bad thing. All this means is the plot is simple.
But what it does do is make the plot very, very cliche. You are introduced to five characters who you soon find out become intwined in complicated love relationships. By the time volume 1 is finished, it is quite apparent where the plot is headed. Still, as this is as basic as a... See full review
Zetman is about Justice.
But what is impressive about Zetman is the way it chooses two characters, completely different from each other, puts them side by side and lets us see how their ideas of justice are similar and different. They have the same goals, but what is most precious to them, what they decide to sacrifice to achieve their
goals are very different.
Jin is a superhuman known as Zet. From a young age, he has discovered the hardships of life as he loses many people who are very precious to him. Through these incidents, he becomes sort of a cold person who likes topretend he... See full review
So far the story is intresting. Each character is different, which makes the manga so much better. It's ongoing, so it's only to chapter 15(book 4). I do recommend Necromancer to people. Some people wont like this manga of course, but still give it a try!See full review
The story revolves around Reiji Tachibana, a relatively normal high school freshman that lives with his overprotective sister, Ayake Tachibana. That day, Reiji hears a rumor about a series of suicides/murders revolving around people who come across random fashion accessories. One day, he happened upon a bracelet, and moments later, he was killed by a thief that he confronted. Through the powers of the bracelet, he was able to stay alive based on his life number that is tattooed on his chest. These reborn people are known as takers. The number correlates with the number of days he can stay alive. In order to... See full review
It's decent enough, with the premise of a merciless beating and some recovery that makes the man who never looks someone in the eye unable to see anyone's eyes. It retains a bit of a creep factor with those eyeless faces but doesn't have a whole lot of suspense. I did like the aftermath of his hospital stay but the ending left me confused. As a one shot, it's worth a quick read.See full review
It goes from dramatic reasoning to psycho lunacy and only gets better from there. From a man's good intentions of trying to reconcile with his wife to his intent to commit murder, it starts off a tad dreary and goes to hell as things take a turn for the creepy. It's an unpleasant read, but in a good sense. In the single volume that encompasses it, we get to know enough of the main to feel like he isn't just a cog in the machine to move the plot along. He has depth and his wife is given some padding out, who is simply more than a miffed miss. We know more about how they got there instead of just a... See full review
Review in Greek - Κριτική στα Ελληνικά
Τίτλος: のーぶら, No Bra, Χωρίς Σουτιέν
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Its been a while since I've read something that I like so much. The creepy loli woman was a perfect incarnation of madness; I couldn't figure her out. She seemed to be aware but at the same time lost in her own contorted world. The way she killed and maimed her victims was creative and interesting to look at. Also, the victims had the perfect reactions to her twisted actions. Although the setting was a little cliché(i.e. average, small town; school; insane asylum)the idea that it happened in an average town made it all the more scary. Finally, the ending was great. Nothing was resolved. Overall... See full review
well, the story is very good! i don't know if the others think like me, but i must admit that this is one of the best manga i'd ever red! i wonder why some stopped in reading Faster than a Kiss, but at least many people love this manga :). the story is unique, romantic, funny, and it's like it happened in real life. it is not like the other mangas i red that was romantic, then .... well, it's hard to explain. But here in Faster than a Kiss, the mix of emotions is well done. the emotions i felt changed everytime i red every happening they experienced. the surge of romance, then it will be followed by... See full review
Why would anyone want to read this manga? Really what is the point? The characters...the story...the plot...everything in this horrid of a manga is just awful. The story follows around two teenage girls named Ami and Noa. For all of their lives they have been competing with one another for love. But in the end, they fall for the same guy, and scare him away leaving them both without dates. But one day at a party, they both fall for two different guys. Despite the fact that their targets are different the two of them now intend to compete for one another for their firsts: first kiss, first dates... See full review
Dream Saga, although it begins to be a very typical Fantasy Shojo Manga, soon begins to reveal it's very unique take on a very ancient, but much respected Japanese legend. When ten year old Yuuki on her way to school is suddenly surprised when a curved shaped stone literally falls right in her hand. She soon learns of others who hold these stones are the chosen that can enter the land of Takamagahara, the world of dreams. Their mission? To save the dying sun and restore nature's faith in humanity to save the Earth. Although Dream Saga has a very strong story and solid art, the problem lies in the... See full review
This popped up in the random manga section, I was mighty bored and a little horny. It was the perfect procrastination tool. I read it all in one day. So what do I have to say? Well, seeing as I read it all in one day, I can tell you one thing. It actually does not get repetitive. A lot of the stories are one chapter stories, but they sometimes have 3 chapter arcs. I'm surprised it doesn't get repetetive, seeing as it's more or less just smut and fan-service. You really get to know the characters, and as a guy, you definitely understand the sexual frustration the other guys that are there go through, you... See full review
While this Fruits Basket wasn't too bad, there were a couple things that made it go stale for me after a while. The story wasn't bad, it was different from other mangas. But while saying that, there was also something about that was... generic. Typical. I'm not sure exactly what made that happen, but after a while it was like, 'Okay, I read this before'. It may have been overlapping on itself, I don't really know, but it just kind of lost its spark after a few volumes. The thing that made me turn away the most was the characters. Tohru was the worst, being the most annoyingly nice character on the... See full review
Where to start....
It's kind of hard to come up with the right things to say, because I did enjoy reading most of it, but there are also quite a lot of things lacking in the story and the characters.
Also, I should warn you about chapter 6. I thought that was the most disturbing one for several reasons that I cannot express without spoilers, so I shall refrain to do so, but I must warn you that even for adult content mixed with drama, this one really gets the gears in your head cracking.
I thought that it was also rather amusing how, despite it being pretty explicit they still kept on going... See full review
Tsubasa: Resevoir Chronicles is a story that chronicles the adventures of Syoaran Li and his comrades, the endless struggle to save what means most to him, and the sacrifices that are made in the process. At first glance, this series can start out to seem like another Light-Hearted Adventure that reaches its finale with no climatic ending. Don't let it decieve you. Once you get deeper into the plot, and increasingly attached to the characters, the whole story takes a dive into the depths of suspense and confusion. This series struck me at my core, with intense bursts of action, an unexpected flip of... See full review
Story: I usually enjoy manga by Arina Tanemura, and I did kind of like this one, but the story was rushed and it uses the 'I knew all along thing' thing way too many times, and many times becomes extremely improbable, with a sweet but kind of disappointing ending. I liked it, but not nearly as much as most of her other works Art: I always have and always will love Arina Tanemura's artwork. A little generic in some ways, maybe, but beautiful nonetheless. Admittedly, I prefer her recent style (examples in Gentlemen's Alliance Cross) to her older style, which Time Stranger Kyoko is drawn in, but it's still... See full review
I love this manga out of all the sport manga's i've read this is the best (admittily ((i know i spelt that wrong)) i havent read that may sport manga's) its a Must read in my oppinion.See full review
Kendo literally means 'the way of the sword' (or 'Japanese fencing' as my mother would explain if asked), and it's one of the most popular martial arts in Japan at junior, high school, and senior levels. I've done quite a fair bit of kendo, but unfortunately my local group disbanded two years ago. However, I'd noticed something rather odd in the world of manga - there weren't any series really dedicated to kendo. Well, none that's available on Western shores. Let's see, there's Musashi no Ken, Ippon, Kaiouki, I'm Teppei, and... that's about it. Kaoru from Rurouni Kenshin runs a kenjutsu dojo, but the main... See full review
When the licence for this manga was announced last year, I know of quite a few people (myself included) whose initial reaction was thus:
“You're releasing the manga, Yen Press? Why not the light novels!? And why aren't the Baccano! novels out in English when that show is an established hit?”
I eventually shrugged this off, seeing as the publishers aren't exactly enamoured with the idea of putting out translations of Japanese light novels and expecting to make profit. These books almost always get bunged into the manga section of book shops and libraries, and thus enjoy a very... See full review
Could you kill your best friend? This is the tag line that initiates the mother of all mangas. There is a reason Battle Royale tends to be on people's lists of "Must Read Manga", right up there with Neon Evangelion. It is that good. Believe the hype because it is true. Now, the nitty gritty. Story: It's the future and the Japanese government has decided to randomly select one 9th grade class to battle to death on national television each year. This totalitarian government does this (It is called The Program) in order to instill fear into its citizens and remind people just how weak they are. BR... See full review
I've been on a real manga kick recently. I've caught up to some of my favourite series, checked out spin-offs and popular series I never gave a chance, and discovered new series based on my likes and dislikes. One of the series I really liked (enough to get through four volumes, at least) was Midnight Children, a 2006-2009 manga by Tomu Omi, who I know for the fairly decent Barairo My Honey. The story revolves around Kaya, the private secretary to Kyohei Toma, the director of the Toma company. All is going well for her (despite Kyohei being quite sharp-tongued about her dress sense), until the day she... See full review