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Bradherley no Basha

KR999's avatar By on Mar 25, 2016

The art is pretty but the story is ugly. The general idea is interesting and has potential but is poorly executed. Understand that this is not for the faint-hearted or squeamish. While I have read some pretty hardcore manga like Gantz or Berserk or Battle Royale those were more action-oriented while this is just plain disturbing and depressing. Rather than drive the plot or character development I find the scenes of sexual violence simply exploitative, not in any sense of titilation but rather it seems the author is merely trying to shock the... See full review

?/10 story
?/10 art
?/10 characters
4/10 overall

Bloody Mary (Akaza Samamiya)

3dskenma's avatar By on Mar 25, 2016

Blopody mary is amazing, to be blunt. From the first volume you are already drawn into a unique, comical, and complex plot. The characters are presented in divine ways. The BL aspect of it is exciting, and it slowlyu progresses with the plot. Already though, you can see the relationship between mary and Maria forming into something amazing. I Thouroughly enjoyed the first volume of this manga and hope that the Second volujme is just as exciting when i pick it up this weekend.

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10/10 story
10/10 art
10/10 characters
10/10 overall

Blazer Drive

Kailenrulzu's avatar By on Mar 22, 2016

This is a very interesting manga, that is well worth the read a couple of hours should do it maybe 2 days of sporadic reading. It takes place in the future where mysticker(stickers) replace fuel and other pollution/harmful things like deforestation(fire mysticker), electrical dams(electric mystickers) ect. I love the 5 ultimate mystickers which are like the five best of certain types(Ice, Fire, Light, Shadow, Electricity), there are also some good guy/rivalry fights. But after one of the main bad guys is "injured" it seems a bit rushed and i was left wondering how is this going to be... See full review

8.5/10 story
7/10 art
5.5/10 characters
7/10 overall

Omamorishimasu, Dokomademo

TheRegretful777's avatar By on Mar 21, 2016

I loved it! It was perfect! 5/5 stars! WARNING: MAY CONTAIN SOILERS! I give it all five stars and huges smiles and hearts all the way! It was absolutely cute and I really badly want a part two so I can see what happens with their relationship! I love how it was innocent and they were completely honest, I love there was logic when it came to how ech other felt, I also loved that he didn't feel the same and near the end he started gainging feelings and that last scene with the pills was ALL TOO FUNNY! XD Story short, I am in love with this manga and really badly want a second book! Even a chapter more... See full review

10/10 story
10/10 art
10/10 characters
10/10 overall

D.Gray-Man

RedellKamelot's avatar By on Mar 20, 2016

(im going to mention how the story changes up to Searching for allen walker arc// to 219 220 221 WITH MINOR SPOILERS like just mentioning exorcists or changes in story line) D.Gray man isnt your average shonen, it shares qualities similar to a seinen, however that is only in the later chapters. DGM starts out with a 15 year old boy with a deformed arm traveling to get to the order, Meeting Officer Moa and Jan/John on the way and dealing with the incident there. Upon reaching the order Allen Walker officially is allowed to call himself an exorcist. He along with other exorcists investigate mysterious... See full review

?/10 story
?/10 art
?/10 characters
10/10 overall

D.Gray-Man Reverse (Light Novel)

RedellKamelot's avatar By on Mar 20, 2016

During the long hiatus that dgm underwent this was very important to read, the content reveals ALOT but subtly. One of these being that Mana has golden eyes. I really enjoyed this story as a whole, Lost Fragment of Snow being my favorite but i also loved the story line with finder Doug and Lavi. This is kind of behind the scenes or in the past of dgm as REVERSE suggests.

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?/10 story
?/10 art
?/10 characters
10/10 overall

The Tyrant Falls in Love

SarinPoison's avatar By on Mar 20, 2016

I LOVE Koisuru Boukun, or The Tyrant Falls in Love, and it is my second favorite manga.  Originally Souichi's homophobia turned me off, but then after I returned to it and kept reading I learned it's more of a learned behavior and confusion than anything.  Morinaga is very masochistic but because he sees the good in Souichi, enough to look past the bad. Yeah, it begins with a rape scene, but unlike the anime which ends too early, the manga treats it with real weight and makes it obvious that drugging and/or blackmailing someone into sleeping with you is NOT GOOD.  Compare this to... See full review

10/10 story
10/10 art
10/10 characters
10/10 overall

Yuru Koi

gabbysan's avatar By on Mar 19, 2016

I liked how it was short, straightorward and very sweet without the usual drama I can't seem to escape when reading romance manga. It also made me reflect on myself and rethink my behaviour. Also, points for originality. 10/10 would recomend.

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10/10 story
9/10 art
?/10 characters
10/10 overall

Hot Gimmick

Eiraza's avatar By on Mar 18, 2016

Okay okay, so I don't usually leave reviews, but here we go.  This manga, is strangely addicting, you literally can't put it down even though its plot is really awful XD. It had its cute moments, but all in all, this was a...weird love story.  Spoiler! So the main character is alright, its a weak girl who can't decide between these three love interests. She's too stupid nice, like she'll literally let anyone walk all over her if it means they will be happy or if they do something just unbelieveably mean, she'll still forgive them. I shall some of the people compare this to... See full review

5/10 story
4/10 art
3.5/10 characters
5/10 overall

Video Girl Ai

kokuryuu345's avatar By on Mar 16, 2016

a Heartwarming/wrenching tale that you will love, for it's charecters, and hate for all the troubles they face. i love the old style art and the story is captivating, every twist ties a new knot in your gutts, and puts a lump in your thoat as you wonder what will happen.

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8/10 story
8/10 art
8/10 characters
8/10 overall

Hidamari ga Kikoeru

MFD's avatar By on Mar 15, 2016

I really, truly loved how the story began, it wasn't even shounen-ai (it was but extreeeeemely faint) until one chapter when we realized (I mean the mangaka wrote this) that the mangaka had no idea that she was supposed to make this manga to be "boys love".... hah... So, that resulted in the part of the manga that finally turned into boys love to be very... unnatural? Out of character? Embarrassing...? Also, as chapters progressed, the story worsened. It literally just "dragged on" although it could have ended much sooner. Also, towards the end (especially the final chapter) there was... See full review

4/10 story
6/10 art
3/10 characters
3/10 overall

Il Gatto Sul G

NinaSenpaii's avatar By on Mar 10, 2016

The story is very interesting toward the 3rd volume since the first two volume one character don't get much time in the story and it takes the story a while in order for some of the character detail to be laid out straight for me to understand them more. The art style of this manga is very beautiful. The characters design is a bit sloppy because there aren't enough back story in my opinion but other than that it is good. In the end, i really enjoy the story and it made me go on the edge of my seat to see who the main character gets

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7/10 story
10/10 art
8/10 characters
8.5/10 overall

Behind the Scenes!!

wingbeats's avatar By on Mar 9, 2016

(Review based on 1st volume)
I was initially drawn to this manga for a few reasons - first of all it was authored by the manga artist who made Ouran High School Host Club, which was one of my favorite series. Secondly, this manga stars college students. Since when does any manga/anime have anything to do with college students? That by itself had me intrigued - I am 100% fine with manga having some older young adults running around and doing shenanigans.

The story itself is basically a zany slice-of-life about Art-focused University kids who are the prop and set designers for the video clubs... See full review

9/10 story
10/10 art
7/10 characters
8/10 overall

Gakuen Alice

deideiblueeyez's avatar By on Mar 8, 2016

Just a quick jotting down of personal notes and what I feel works (and doesn't work) as I re-read this manga. PROS -Likeable characters and a very likeable protagonist -Despite its 13+ rating, it's likely a good starter series for a kid just getting into manga (thinking about giving the first volume to my 10 year old sister for her to try out) -Actually pretty funny. Mikan is very dramatic without being annoying, and her friend Hotaru serves as her "straight man" with great effect -Balance between slice of life, adventure, coming-of-age, and a tiny bit of mystery -Author's avatar is... See full review

8/10 story
7/10 art
8/10 characters
7.5/10 overall

Gangster Hero

suhasalam22's avatar By on Mar 8, 2016

The rudest and stupidest guy, “No. 2”, happens to stay with an orphan named Jun Je Young who has the key to find a diamond. The Sencream Gang started to look for the diamond. Meanwhile, Jun Je Young starts to have feeling for the stupid guy “No. 2”. Watching her start to LOVE “No.2”, Lee Woo Yeun another guy starts to gain feelings for Jeh Young. At the same time “No.2” starts questioning if his feelings for Jeh Young is LOVE or just another feeling. Where in the world is the diamond?

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8/10 story
9/10 art
8/10 characters
8/10 overall

Love Like Crazy

suhasalam22's avatar By on Mar 8, 2016

Han Se In finds street fighter Moon Ji Soo on the street. When she tries to help him, he tells her to go away. Se In wants an apology but Ji Soo won't give one. She then slaps him and runs. Moon Ji Soo wants revenge. He later falls in love with her.

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?/10 story
?/10 art
?/10 characters
8/10 overall

Kono Shima ni wa Midara de Jaaku na Mono ga Sumu

MondoX's avatar By on Mar 6, 2016

The first chapter seemed interesting, and it seemed like the MC was going to find a way to escape the island or get revenge.  However, after a few chapters it turned into an only Ecchi plot with some hints of the real story.  The story then was made to fit sex scenes into the series.  This manga should have been better made into a hentai.
   I have noticed this since I began reading manga or light novels, but it seems like if the main characters gets betrayed by someone close to them.  The MC will eventually forgive them and make an excuse that their was a good reason for... See full review

2/10 story
7/10 art
3/10 characters
2/10 overall

Attack on Titan: No Regrets

Howlorihara's avatar By on Mar 6, 2016

I, like many fans of the manga or show, have succumbed to the awkward and strange charms of Levi.  Humanities strongest and shortest whose dialogue mostly references shit.  Thus, when it was announced that Levi was going to get this spin off that would delve into his past I was beyond excited.  However, almost every problem I have with the manga boils down to one simple thing.  It does nothing that a functional flashback needs to do and thus didn’t need to be made. Let’s start off with what the manga does well.  First of all, marketing wise, it was a smart... See full review

4/10 story
10/10 art
5/10 characters
5/10 overall

Witch Hunter

TheIceQueen's avatar By on Mar 6, 2016

Ah, Witch Hunter, this is the manga/manhwa that deserves an anime the most of any i've ever read. i'm gonna keep this short for now but i'll probably elaborate more later. Story: So basically it's about witches who are trying to take over the world and witch hunters who are trying to stop them. now there are plenty of great twists and turns to keep you interested. I love how it dosn't stick to the average cliched shounen plot. Though there is quite a bit of fanservice to the point that it's borderline ecci, with an abnormal amount of lolis. And it can be a bit slow paced. Art: I LOVE the art... See full review

7.5/10 story
8/10 art
7.5/10 characters
7.9/10 overall

Thank You My God

hagino's avatar By on Mar 6, 2016

This may be the first time I've read a yaoi manga that has made me cry this much. The sex is (only) secondary. Maybe it's because it's me, and I'm a sucker for tragic family stories, but it's so realistic and sad and it makes you feel for the characters. Having a mother who doesn't love you (even though you love her so much but you know she won't ever love you back) must be so heart-breaking... This is a must-read for those, who are sick of the usual "sex in the first chapter without Plot" in yaoi mangas, and are looking for more-serious stories.

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10/10 story
9/10 art
10/10 characters
9.5/10 overall

My Sweet Sisters

TheIceQueen's avatar By on Mar 6, 2016

i blinked and missed the story. Story: Ummm, two sisters at the beach. it's only like 5 pages long. Art: soooo, pretty. Nice colors. Characters: there really are none. at least they were cute.         read this if you wanna waste thirty seconds of your life.

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2/10 story
9.5/10 art
1/10 characters
3/10 overall

Hikaru no Go

kyochan14's avatar By on Mar 5, 2016

Hikaru no go was exciting to read!!! I wont lie on that ... I would stay up reading the manga late at night despite having work in the morning I just wanted to see how Hikaru would overcome everything and reach the hand of GOD. Very exciting and enjoyable to read. The art is very well done too! BUT I HATE THE ENDING!!! Seriously I hate the ending like what happens to Sai!!! I get the whole point towards the end but I wanted to see more! The ending was disappointing.... 

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7/10 story
9/10 art
9/10 characters
7/10 overall

Goth

Raven5's avatar By on Mar 4, 2016

I'm really disappointed, i expected something better!!!  (︶︹︺) The concept is interesting but poorly executed, the story is silly and the girl is portrayed as being stupid.

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5/10 story
6/10 art
5/10 characters
5/10 overall

A Bride's Story

asiakamar's avatar By on Mar 2, 2016

Though it may seem weird that the girl's much older than the guy, with the guy being on his early stage of adolesence still. It's not, I assure you. As you read on, you won't feel any of that at all. In fact, their relationship may even be described as something innocent.   I really like how this manga depicted a scene of arranged marriage. Because in a place where arranged marriage is like a natural thing, trust me, girls most of the times doesn't violently complain but calmly accepts the invitation, and would calmly refuses if allowed by their parents or accepts if she doesn't find anything wrong... See full review

9/10 story
10/10 art
10/10 characters
9/10 overall

Mistress Fortune

DreamCandy's avatar By on Mar 1, 2016

The story and characters are nothing new. But nonetheless this is yet another enjoyable read from Tanemura-sensei.

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6.5/10 story
10/10 art
6.5/10 characters
7.6/10 overall

H2

skywalkeriit's avatar By on Feb 29, 2016

Masterpiece I started reading H2 to enjoy more of adachi's subtle sense of humor and best slice of life work that he gives in his evey mangas. But at the end H2 turned out to the Best Manga I have ever read. The night on which I finished reading it, I was unable to sleep and even after that few days I couldn't stop thinking about it. All of the mangas I have read this one left a very affect on me. If someone is just starting to read Adachi Mitsuru work then please start with H2 because main character used by Adachi is almost similar in his every work. Though main character is very influencial still if we... See full review

10/10 story
8/10 art
10/10 characters
10/10 overall

Sono Otoko, Amatou ni Tsuki

deideiblueeyez's avatar By on Feb 26, 2016

(Short review) A simple slice-of-life volume revolving around a French man named Jean-Louise and his love of chocolate. As such, each chapter is a story wherein chocolate plays a pivotal role. On several occasions it is used as a tool to obliquely ascertain a stranger's problem and to solve it with the tasty food. Chocolatey metaphors abound.  The art is gorgeous and not manga-like at all. It does express an air of "Frenchness"--or rather a bistro or coffee shop-- that is very appropriate for the story it is set in.  It doesn't have much of a plot but it's a very competent... See full review

7/10 story
8/10 art
7/10 characters
8/10 overall

Opus

BlackShipSailor's avatar By on Feb 26, 2016

Even the best storytellers tend to have a certain type of story they specialize in telling over all others. George Lucas was at his best when making films that relied on fun, emotions, adventure, and didn't take themselves too seriously. Miyazaki has a trademark of strong female leads coupled with environmental and anti-war themes. There's a reason Alfred Hitchcock concentrated on tense thrillers, not gushy romances. Satoshi Kon excelled in telling stories where the lines between fiction and reality got extremely blurry, and this early manga by him is no exception. But does it stand up to his later efforts... See full review

8/10 story
7.5/10 art
5/10 characters
7.5/10 overall

Tao Tie Jie

casandra29's avatar By on Feb 25, 2016

This is an episodic manga of sorts. It  all connects but it has many different stories within comming together in the end. It is not written in the order the events took place though for instance the very beginning of the 2 god brothers meeting eachother is actually the 3rd story in the manga. The first one almost turned me off to the whole manga. In addition to extreme pacing issues (the worst pasing was in the first part/story) it suffered from Horrible translations. After the first story. I ended up enjoyed the 2nd story and from then on even though the translations were still pretty horrible it... See full review

5/10 story
7/10 art
6/10 characters
6/10 overall

Mushoku Tensei - Isekai Ittara Honki Dasu (Light Novel)

Randomanimefan's avatar By on Feb 24, 2016

Everything is very good over all in this light novel. This was my first light novel ever, and is a very good place for you to start reading light novels. If you like Magi this is surprisingly similar, but because you get to read about Rudy and his entire life you will feel bonded with him after time. Also you may find yourself sporting a spiffy after reading of the kinky sex scenes ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°). I dont know what else to say so i will leave an encrypted message for you to decode here: Vsg tmrwmv hpxfh      

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10/10 story
10/10 art
9.5/10 characters
9.5/10 overall

Dead Tube

thor123's avatar By on Feb 24, 2016

Review made after reading chapter 14 - unsure if I'll ever pick this up again. Story Simply put, Dead Tube is a manga series about people who film things, put the videos on Youtube DeadTube, and compete to see who gets the most views. And our hopeless main character, who is a high school student but also an expert cameraman, gets roped into participating. And through his eyes and camera, we get to see the utterly depraved shit people in this story will do to get more views. The manga rides on some ideas that better series did far before this one: the idea that only non-staged sex and... See full review

3.5/10 story
8/10 art
2/10 characters
3.3/10 overall

Lan Chi

Azuna101's avatar By on Feb 20, 2016

One of the best manga ever  I can't say  much about  it  because there are only  33 chapters  but the story is about  a girl named Ming Lan and how she interacts with her new family  and new friends.

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10/10 story
10/10 art
10/10 characters
10/10 overall

Challengers

SarinPoison's avatar By on Feb 20, 2016

I really only read Challengers because of it's sequel/spin-off Koisuru Boukun, or Tyrant Falls in Love.  So I love the universe the mangaka set up but don't necessarily like the characters they chose to focus on in this series.  I give them props for including that Tomoe isn't attracted to anyone and never has been since asexual characters are so rare in any form of media explicitly, but in general Kurokawa is boring and I was never in love with him as a seme like I was with Morinaga.  I'm glad the mangaka evolved in more than just their art but Challengers will never be a favorite of mine... See full review

7/10 story
4/10 art
7/10 characters
7/10 overall

Buddy Go!

Maryb384127's avatar By on Feb 19, 2016

I L-O-V-E love This manga! I defiantly think it will become an anime later on. The summery above matches up pretty well with the actual story wich isn't always true. I just want to add even though this is a dance manga you don't have to like dancing to like it. In fact even though this whole story revolves around dancing there is rarely more then a page showing the actural dance moves. This manga has chapters from both of the main characters points of view but it mainly focuses on the heroine's point of view. Since I'm writing this while the manga is still going (only 9 chapters :( ) I'll try to update this... See full review

10/10 story
10/10 art
10/10 characters
10/10 overall

Grey

Sanpedroamigo's avatar By on Feb 19, 2016

One of my favorite manga of all time. The artwork is definitely dated in comparison to a lot recent manga, and Tagami's stylism inherent in the character designs is definitely an acquired taste. Having said that, this manga boasts some absolutely outlandish and wildly creative mecha designs that're sure to delight even the most casual mecha fan, with a top notch story and characterization to boot. Check it out!

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10/10 story
8/10 art
10/10 characters
9/10 overall

Blood Parade

AngelBeatsYui's avatar By on Feb 19, 2016

Warning this review may contain spoilers Revenge plot against vampires, haven't heard that one before :/ Well that's pretty what this is about, we have Gilles who's family was killed by a pure-blood vampire and is now seeking revenge on the vampire who murdered his family and that whole scenario once again. Honestly it wasn't a terrible manga it was just so rushed, everything was solved pretty much within the 12 chapters (other than a couple of things). STORY So the story involves our main Gilles who gets paired up with a girl Luna who ends up being the vampire empress (which isn't really a spoiler as... See full review

5/10 story
7/10 art
7/10 characters
6.5/10 overall

Inochi Mijikashi, Koi seyo Furyou Shounen!

AngelBeatsYui's avatar By on Feb 18, 2016

Warning this Review May Contain Spoilers- So this review decided it was going to be awkward while I was writing it and I kept pressing random buttons on my keyboard somehow and it deleted itself quite often. Anyway this review may be quite short so I’ll try and get through it quite quickly. So this manga is about a boy who has to have a relationship with a certain girl or he shall…. DIE. *Random Whale Noises* STORY So you may be thinking that this series is quite highly rated and that for me to rate the story only a 5 much be strange and unusual. Honestly I feel like the story was squashed... See full review

5/10 story
6/10 art
6/10 characters
6/10 overall

Canon

casandra29's avatar By on Feb 15, 2016

Canon is an excellent Older manga and honestly it's one of my favorite Vampire manga I've read so far. This story has tons of action and drama and although slow moving the romance is extremely heartfelt. Many times in manga that has romance and drama in it there is forced tension and shallow characters causeing meaningless issues. However, this story has none of that. The drama isn't petty. The story deals mainly with the subject of betrayal and revenge and the endless cycle revenge can create until someone breaks that cycle. Its a subject that is easy to identify with by many readers including me... See full review

8.5/10 story
7/10 art
8.5/10 characters
8/10 overall

Daniel and Daughter

casandra29's avatar By on Feb 14, 2016

This Harlequin Manga is actually pretty unique, because instead of telling one love story they tell 2 at the same time. The story flows pretty well and definately has some cute and comical moments. The art is average but I really enjoyed the expressions they drew on the characters. The Characters are what make this manga memorable. We have the young beautiful Teen Phobe who is 16 and extremely impulsive which is normal for her age. Daniel, Phobe's father, is one of my favorite harlequin men so far. He has a lot of personality flaws but you can see him struggling within himself to try not to piss Lee off... See full review

7/10 story
7/10 art
7.5/10 characters
7/10 overall

I.O.N

hamletsmage's avatar By on Feb 14, 2016

I'll premise this by saying that I found I.O.N. on the bargain shelf at my local used bookstore. I had never even heard of the manga before I saw it sitting there, dog-earred and costing pocket change.  Story: The story follows Ion as she gains psychic powers and falls in love with the president of the psychic research club at her school. There's a lot of romantic rival subplot, which is ok, but not really my thing. For how short it the series is (6 chapters), I felt the story suited it's length. And at one point, the mangaka even states (in a side note) that certain elements were only brought in when... See full review

7/10 story
6/10 art
7/10 characters
7/10 overall

By Love Alone

casandra29's avatar By on Feb 13, 2016

This manga is not my cup of tea as far as harlequins go. Some Harlequins of a spicific type have misunderstandings that are so rediculous that it's annoying, they do this just to try to add forced tension and drama to the manga. This is one of those manga and because of that I was not able to like it. The art was almost average but some of the facial expressions were really weird. Like there was some hidden comedy in there that I couldn't understand. If it had any comedy it was pretty stale. The females in this story drive me absolutely crazy. The guy is not much better but the girls.... they... See full review

5/10 story
6.5/10 art
6/10 characters
6/10 overall

Ibara no Okite

casandra29's avatar By on Feb 13, 2016

This manga is one of my favorites. It's about a romantic love between 2 people of extremely different social standing, back when those types of things mattered quite a bit more. Although short, the story does a excellent job in showing the love blossom between the 2 main characters. Showing it go from curiosity to love and all the things they have to deal with as their love develops. The art is good but nothing really stands out to me about it either good or bad. The characters and story are what make this short manga memorable. I actually think it could have gotten a bit better if they expanded on the... See full review

8/10 story
7/10 art
8.5/10 characters
8/10 overall

Bedded, or Wedded?

casandra29's avatar By on Feb 13, 2016

This Harlequin manga was a good short read. The only real qualms I had with it were at times the mangaka tried too hard to decieve the reader. It's easyer to see a deception when you try too hard and dance around certain subjects when there are much easier ways of saying them. This manga is a common example of a romance manga in which the story suggests that things are one way and they try to push you to that conclusion when really it's not that way at all. The art was just slightly above average. I felt it was above average because of the way they drew the characters. I think they did a excellent job... See full review

8/10 story
7.5/10 art
7.5/10 characters
7.5/10 overall

Backwards Honeymoon

casandra29's avatar By on Feb 13, 2016

This harlequin manga was a pretty good read. I'd rate it about average as far as harlequins go in every catagory. It has a understandable and fairly relatable beginning. The girl is a bit over the top but given her backgrount that is to be expected I guess. It was a mystery to me why the guy went through with helping her. He seemed like a normal and decent guy and they were not friends or anything. When she brought up marrage to a man she didn't know it made me feel just as weirded out as the guy acted. Given how short the manga was it did a excellent job making me feel for and understand the... See full review

7/10 story
7/10 art
7/10 characters
7/10 overall

Getter Robo Anthology - Shinka no Ishi

Sanpedroamigo's avatar By on Feb 12, 2016

A collection of alternate/what-if stories by various artists about the world's first transforming mech, Getter Robo. The artwork is a treat, especially if you're a fan of the franchise, and is a breeze to read through. I'd recommend reading the entire series first before giving ths a browse, however.

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8/10 story
9/10 art
?/10 characters
8.5/10 overall

Rijian Benghuai de Shijie

BlueSkylark's avatar By on Feb 11, 2016

If you like scary, weird, crazy stuff, this is definetely for you! I haven't finished reading the whole thing ( the manga website I use is slow on updates), but I definetely plan to! I loved what I've read of this so far! Beware, though, if you decide to give this a try, cuz there's gore in a good number of the stories.  Not trying to tell people not to read this, just giving a gore warning. 

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10/10 story
10/10 art
9/10 characters
9.5/10 overall

Junji Ito's Cat Diary: Yon & Mu

deideiblueeyez's avatar By on Feb 8, 2016

The fact that one of the masters of horror actually did a manga under 'comedy' was bizarre enough of an idea to draw me into reading this, and I was very satisfied by it, oddly enough. Story: Junji and his wife (referred to as J-kun and A-ko in the story, respectively) have two cats named Yon and Muu that live in their house. And that's it. Well, it's more than that, but it's very honestly a slice-of-life story about the shenanigans and odd behaviors that cats get into because they're cats and while I'm not an avid cat person, it was still entertaining to read since cats are massive trolls by... See full review

7/10 story
8/10 art
8/10 characters
7.5/10 overall

Missions of Love

RedH's avatar By on Feb 6, 2016

This is one of the magas that caught my eye. I loved the story but Yukina just doesn't want to be hated. My favorite part is when Mami and Akira were together so Yukina and Shigure where left but Shigure is kinda ignoring Yukina and keeps saying,"Where's Mami?" And didn't notice Yukina was sick,wery sick until Akira came back and noticed. IT made my heart hurts ft.

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9/10 story
9/10 art
10/10 characters
9/10 overall

Bambino!

deideiblueeyez's avatar By on Feb 6, 2016

In quick summation, Bambino! is one of the best cooking manga out there and the fact that as I type this there is no synopsis on this site for it means that it's not very widely known, and that's a crying SHAME, in my opinion. The Wiki page, of all things, has very little information on it! There isn't even a synopsis there, either! It's WIKIPEDIA. Story: Bambino! is the story of one red-haired (IDK how that happens) college-aged guy named Shogo Ban who wishes to become a professional chef. He eventually finds himself working at the Trattoria Baccanale, Roppongi's best Italian restaurant... See full review

9/10 story
9/10 art
9/10 characters
9/10 overall

Koitomo!?

life13swift's avatar By on Feb 5, 2016

I really loved that this was a great spinoff to Katekyo. I haven't read Katekyo yet but I feel Like I will soon though. This was nemorizingly cuteee. Story was 9 because Its such a cute story. Art was 10 because I adore how their drawn. Characters was 10 because they got to know each other real personalitys. Overrall was great. I want an anime adaptation soon pleaseee

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9/10 story
10/10 art
10/10 characters
9/10 overall