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Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica - The Different Story

alibabapumkin's avatar
Jul 29, 2016

(This is my first review so pardon me, if it isn't very good  ><)  The story is set before the events of the original Puella Magi Madoka Magica, before Homura met Madoka. That means, that what happened in The Diffrent Story before Mami meets Madok and Sayaka, is the same in all timelines. We follow Mami Tomoe who struggels with being a magical girl, because of the constant rivalry between other magical girls and the lack of time to make normal friends. She then meets Kyoko Sakura who, at the time, is fairly new when it comes to being a magical girl. Kyoko is amazed of... See full review

7.5/10 story
6/10 art
9/10 characters
7.5/10 overall

Tomo-chan wa Onnanoko!

Harukichan11's avatar
Jul 27, 2016

this manga is really good!! it has only one page per chapter..... but the number of chapters are quite a lot!!! the characters r quite sarcastic..... alll the characters r really amazing!!!!!!! :D reading this manga is a nice way to pass time..... how much ever tym u read it u wont get bored! its really worth reading!!! so enjoy!!! ;)

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

Fenglin Tianxia - Wangfei Shisansui

ErzaScarletts's avatar
Jul 26, 2016

I love this manga so much. The art is really awesome and the main character is a femal character and she was an extremely strong assassin in modern day time i believe . She dies from a hand grenade and gets reincarnated and wakes up in a thirteen year old girls body.lBut the year she is from is diffrent. She is from modern day times so pretty much the time when there is stores,cars,pop stars and stuff so when she wakes up in a time when their are no stores no cars and well guns because shes an assassin shes shocked.Iin the time she is now is the time when their are... See full review

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

Nononono

LunarTriggerX's avatar
Jul 25, 2016

This manga is not my favorite, by far.  It's not that it's a bad manga, the story is actually interesting, but sadly a good story alone can be limited by other factors.  I'm going to try to avoid spoilers, but as a result, my words may seem vague, or may even spoil if you can understand my meaning enough. Story: 7/10 The concept is quite good.  Certainly gender bender is not a new subgenre, nor are sports, and for the purposes of playing in the sport, it's actually a good combination.  Most of the time it's for silly and childish reasons that seem far fetched on better days... See full review

7/10 story
4/10 art
2/10 characters
6/10 overall

XBlade

RazielRMA's avatar
Jul 25, 2016

It's good, but be warned... Definitely incomplete. It stops just as it seems they are gearing up towards the final stretch.

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

Anonymous

AngelBeatsYui's avatar
Jul 24, 2016

Warning this Review May Contain Spoilers- So here we have an episodic manga following the story of children who have been bought up to fight and use guns, and so on. This was a manga I wasn't a big fan of the layout and there were so many characters to keep track of. I'll just say it's a manga that is similar to a collection but in the same setting and location, time period etc. STORY Too much, too quickly. There are about 3 or so new characters every chapter it just didn't make sense and there wasn't enough development of the characters for me to be involved with the characters. It just didn't work well... See full review

?/10 story
?/10 art
?/10 characters
6/10 overall

Uzumaki: Spiral into Horror

jypsyjulia's avatar
Jul 23, 2016

You know, for a manga that came so highly recommended, I was really, really disappointed with its execution. The story of Uzumaki follows a small town that is being cursed by spirals.  The people are becoming obsessed with them.  Some are becoming so obsessed that they actually want to turn into a spiral.  Others are becoming so terrified that they'll do anything they can to avoid them.  Either way, the obsession consumes the people's lives until it becomes something alive, dangerous and unescapable. The art was just stunning.  Holy smokes, it was absolutely beautiful.  The... See full review

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

Sickness Unto Death

mikeyvxt's avatar
Jul 22, 2016

TL;DR - The premise was interesting, but the execution didn't quite live up to it...  ***Spoilers follow*** Story - 5/10 So... you start off reading this with kind of an idea of what to expect. He's a psychology major, so you can infer that there's going to be some component to this which will either try to mess with your head or try to make you think. This does end up happening, but the execution of it just ends up being lackluster... In order to really build up the premise that's actually used, you have to spend a lot, a lot of time building mystery around a character. You have to make them hard... See full review

5/10 story
6/10 art
5/10 characters
5.3/10 overall

Love Death.

AngelBeatsYui's avatar
Jul 22, 2016

Warning this Review May Contain Spoilers Ever wanted to kill someone because you love them so much, no? Honestly neither have I but here we go, here we have a story about two girls dying to kill each other because they love each other...pretty strange. I mean these girls go Yandere for each other at each other, kind of like a really overprotective relationship that has gone a bit far. But seriously these girls can fight, even if it was for some stupid reason like they need to love each other more, chill. STORY The chapters where short so I wouldn't expect too much but honestly these chapters being short... See full review

6/10 story
8/10 art
7/10 characters
7.5/10 overall

Monster

jypsyjulia's avatar
Jul 21, 2016

The story of Monster follows an enthusiastic, naive doctor named Dr. Teams who makes a decision to save a life, as all doctors do. Only that decision turns out to have dire consequences when he realizes that the life he saved is that of a psychopathic young man. Tenma them sets out on a journey to undue the damage: to kill what he saved.  It's honestly a fantastic premise and the only reason I gave it a 9/10 instead of a 10/10 is because I don't know how I felt about the ending. The art is an interesting topic... The backgrounds were awesome and super accurate in terms of landscapes, but the side... See full review

9/10 story
7.5/10 art
9/10 characters
8.5/10 overall

Tower of God

Kailenrulzu's avatar
Jul 21, 2016

This is a very good manhwa it has a decent plot with ok drawings, with a different syle but I personally feel its above average. Seeing as how the reader i got combined both this and the "Second Season" into one. Besides that this is a tournament style manhwa that has a fimliar feeling too it. Maybe a Yu Yu Hakusho sort-of style. I do like the tournament manga/anime they give the impression of who the best in that universe then theres that werid guy who never does the contests and can kill everyone. We get the... See full review

8/10 story
8/10 art
6/10 characters
7.3/10 overall

Tales of Wedding Rings

mikeyvxt's avatar
Jul 19, 2016

TL;DR - You know, it's a shame that the story and characters suck so much because the artwork is absolutely gorgeous. But this manga reads like a perverted, middle-aged man fantasizing about stuff because he didn't have proper relationships when he was younger. ***HUGE Spoilers follow*** Story - 5/10 Okay, the TL;DR is really harsh. The story is not god awful, but it's nothing to write home about. Supposedly the main character met a girl and some old man in a white flash of light as a child, and then he was told to forget about it. Then it just conveniently skips 10 years to where he's a... See full review

5/10 story
9/10 art
3/10 characters
5.7/10 overall

The Manga Guide to Physics

casandra29's avatar
Jul 19, 2016

So, The Manga Guide to Physics is actually a interesting way to get kids interested in learning Physics. Since manga, at least where I live is a currently a big fad for middle and high school kids. This manga and the other's created like it is a new attempt at making learning fun kinda like School House Rock Cartoons in my day. I believe they did a good job creating a likable yet educational story for that age range. Story: So Beyond it's educational value, the story was... kinda boring in my eyes. I can see why they made it cliche and bland, after all, they want it to acceptable for the majority of... See full review

6/10 story
7/10 art
5/10 characters
6.5/10 overall

The Manga Guide to Physics

hamletsmage's avatar
Jul 19, 2016

Oh what fresh hell is this? Are you serious, Japan? Physics in manga form?  Story: This has about as much story as that one time Walt Disney made Donald in MathMagic Land. And yes, that's a thing. Basically, random... See full review

?/10 story
?/10 art
?/10 characters
2/10 overall

The Manga Guide to Physics

AngelBeatsYui's avatar
Jul 19, 2016

Warning this review may contain spoilers xx So who would of guess it, a manga into the wonderful world of physics...manga style. I remember reading this a while ago as part of the collection in my school library but I finally have an excuse to review it. Well it kind of is your typical story, fun and fluffy but the twist is that it is about physics and teaching people about basic physics which I honestly think is pretty clever hence why it got quite a high score from me despite not being much more than an interesting textbook. STORY It isn't anything much but this manga uses physics to tell it's story... See full review

7/10 story
6/10 art
6.5/10 characters
7/10 overall

The Manga Guide to Physics

FullmetalDragon's avatar
Jul 19, 2016

If you're looking for a fun manga just for entertainment, then this is seriously not for you. However, if you have an interest in physics, or are trying to study for a physics exam, this is actually surprisingly good. The Manga Guide to Physics is part manga, part textbook, and covers all the basics of motion, including Newton's Three Laws, momentum and energy. It does so in a rather entertaining way, with some likeable characters and an actual story (sort of)! It goes into quite a lot of depth, to the sort of level that you could probably go and take a full blown physics exam after reading this and do... See full review

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

Last Game

mikeyvxt's avatar
Jul 15, 2016

TL;DR – Typical. “Last Game” is a title which makes you expect an exciting, thrilling adventure where both characters constantly challenge themselves and each other. The description hints at something riveting, and even the subtitle “A twisted, pure love story” eggs on raw, cataclysmic emotions and their outcomes. But what you get instead is a typical, dripping, sickly-sweet, merry-go-round tsundere story dripping in middle-school-girl-fantasy-appeasement. It’s just disappointingly typical. *** HUGE SPOILERS FOLLOW *** Story – 4/10 There was supposed to be a game... See full review

4/10 story
8/10 art
5/10 characters
5.4/10 overall

Ouran High School Host Club

Oddities1991's avatar
Jul 13, 2016

Overall, Ouran High Schol Host Club is one of my proudest entries into my manga collection. It took me a while to get through all 18 volumes but I'm really glad I pushed through them. There were some parts that stagnated a bit, but I really enjoyed watching the relationship between everyone grow. The main reason this series will always be my favorite is because of Kyoya. His dedication to Tamaki and his growth throughout the story really adds depth to an otherwise light weight series. For this reason, Volume 16 & 18 are my favorite.  I also enjoyed the little side stories that Hatori wrote at the... See full review

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

Komori Quintet!

NekoDJ's avatar
Jul 9, 2016

One of the best I've read without having a weak heroine. It get's better as you go, and I do believe it would make a brilliant anime. I kind of want to hear the sound that the characters hear as they play together. Maybe I'm weird... hmmm....

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

Ani-Imo

Medievalman22's avatar
Jul 9, 2016

ohhhhhhhh god I actually had something to do tomorrow and I've been reading through this all night and now I can see the sun coming up ;-; what have I done, why do I keep doing thissssssssssssssss...... Anyway the description was way too vague so I found a better one: See?
In this body, I can do whatever I like to "my sister." Youta has always had a soft spot for his twin sister, Hikaru. Soft spoken and docile she's everything a doting big brother could hope for! But when a freak accident results in the siblings swapping bodies, youta discovers that his "Innocent" little sister... See full review

5/10 story
8/10 art
7/10 characters
7/10 overall

Itaitashii Love

CassieFleurs's avatar
Jul 7, 2016

I am in love with this stories,the characters are painfully real and I also really love the illustrations, the covers for each story where specially good, All the stories feel like it could be happening in right now to you or your neighbor  yet at the same time have that feel that this people see things deeper and with more meaning than in actual life. The writing style was almost poetic and the flow of the story kept you in. I must admit some stories  were a little confusing and I'm sure I didn't catch everything but I can reread it some day and I'm sure I will still enjoy it.

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

Orange

GraciaSamudro's avatar
Jul 6, 2016

Orange (Takano Ichigo) This manga took me on a journey that I have never experienced before. The emotions that you receive from reading this manga makes you understand each and every character easily. The sadness and happiness that the characters go through and the willingness to save Kakeru will be felt thoroughly.  I recommend this manga to everyone who loves romance. Takes you on a whole journey just with a few chapters :D

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

Kingdom

thor123's avatar
Jul 6, 2016

I absolutely love Kingdom. There, that's all you need to know, right? Now go read it! What's that? I need to "say a bit more"? Well ok then... Story and characters Kingdom's story is quite impossible to summarize. It's a long-running epic, taking place in the Chinese Warring States period (starting around 475 B.C.). The plot is based on the actual history, although of course adapted to make it a better read - beware spoilers if you ever read up on the Warring states period. So, how does Kingdom adapt this period? Well, it goes through the story in a way that is actually typical shounen... See full review

9/10 story
8.8/10 art
8.3/10 characters
8.8/10 overall

Banana no Nana

thor123's avatar
Jul 6, 2016

Nana of Banana is a manga series which probably got greenlit too soon, and as a result ended prematurely as well. Allow me to explain. Story My main pet peeve in this series is that Nana of Banana's premise is entirely built around the idea of "banana powers might be funny to see in action". Sure, you have the - rather generic - fantasy world in which people have superpowers, and where there is some mythical land called Oz. But that's really about all you can say about the setting, which makes it rather forgettable. And not disappearance of Ringo's father, nor the social stigma on... See full review

4.5/10 story
7/10 art
3/10 characters
4.5/10 overall

Ajin

thor123's avatar
Jul 5, 2016

Story  A short while ago, people found out that there are immortals among them, who are hunted down because they're dangerous (according to the government, at least) and because people like experimenting. Rumor has it that you get a huge bounty for capturing or giving info on these Ajin. Not the most interesting rumor for Kei Nagai, our main character who seems to be somewhat apathetic - until he discovers that he too is an Ajin. What follows is an interesting ride on which you encounter other Ajin (who may or may not be friendly), discover more about the Ajin's abilities, and get a look at... See full review

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

The Stories of Those Around Me

wasabiwars's avatar
Jul 4, 2016

This story follows a group of friends, each telling their own individual story. The creator really develops each character and spends time dedicating it to one particular character at a time as well as the group as a whole. It's pretty interesting to see where things go, and I feel like any reader can relate themselves with at least one of the characters. 

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

Itsuka Tomodachi ja Nakunaru to Shite mo

IzumiNagisaChan's avatar
Jul 3, 2016

The story is so fluffy and cute. It's only 4 chapters but I got attached to the characters in that short time. It's really short but it's a really cute manga and definitely worth reading. 

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

Renai Idenshi XX

SarinPoison's avatar
Jul 1, 2016

Single-sex society for the win!  I say sex because the characters are divided into men and women all the same and are expected to act different, so the society still basically has two main genders.  So many single-gender society manga are really weirdly backwards in that they still expect the world to opperate under the same sex/gender stereotypes, but that goes with the genre I guess. The story revolves around a new transfer student determined to shake the school by the foundations in order to get what she (he?) wants which is the restructuring of the government to allow for same-gender couples... See full review

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

Ever After

SarinPoison's avatar
Jul 1, 2016

Basically some of the famous fairy tales with a couple twists, the main one being all the couples are gay.  There are good, other twists as well like the beast being a bear (as in large, hairy gay man) instead of a literal beast.  The Cinderella story twist had me laughing so hard. The characters are what you'd expect.  They're the same characters retold again.  The art is good at times, bad at others.  You like it or you don't.  It was okay for me. The main kicker is that you'll want to know the original stories.  Cinderella and The Beauty and the Beast were all well... See full review

8/10 story
7/10 art
7/10 characters
7.7/10 overall

From Far Away

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Jun 30, 2016

While transported to an unfamiliar world, Noriko has to learn the language and learn the ways of the new world. I found this very similar to Red River, where the main character is transported to a new world, where they meet the person they want to stay with. I really enjoyed this manga because Noriko shows a kind of strength you don't expect to see from someone in her situation. Reaching the end of the manga, I felt like I'd entered the light (you'll understand when you read to there) and I learned so much at the end! I truly felt refreshed from this manga and loved the ending and epilogue! If you are... See full review

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

Say I Love You.

LupaLunae's avatar
Jun 29, 2016

I really enjoyed this manga because of the characters. Each character, even the side characters, has something that they are dealing with, such as body-issues, bullying, regret, etc, which makes the characters feel more realistic. Also, the manga doesn't fall into the usual shoujo trap where it takes forever for the characters to relize their feelings for eachother. Instead, they realize pretty quickly. The story is well paced and I really enjoyed it. The art is also pretty good, and so is the adaptation.

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9.5/10 story
8/10 art
10/10 characters
9/10 overall

Sakurasaku Shoukougun

CassieFleurs's avatar
Jun 27, 2016

This is one of the sweetest  Mangas I've ever read. The characters are so realistic and the story itself feels like it could be happening to you.The protagonist are struggling with becoming adults and choosing what is it they want of their lives at the same time trying to make sense of what loving someone means , the manager grasped the yearning that growing up means. The art is really well crafted and  flows natural while you read it.It is quite similar to the one from Silent Voice. If you like realistic and sweet love stories you will definetly love this.

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10/10 story
9.5/10 art
9/10 characters
9.8/10 overall

Gakuen Alice

yesenia's avatar
Jun 26, 2016

ok so gakuen alice was my very first manga that actually made me feel emotion and it is a beautiful manga i cried many times the story is about mikan sakura a 10 year old girl who is a bit of an air head and has a strong heart and a beatiful smile,she goes to japan to follow her best friend the cool beauty named hotaru imai who is an alice. a alice is a child that has a gift of a certain type hers is technology and can make a bunch of strange and useful machines for certain situations which you learn in chapter 2 and 3. so when hotaru leaves it takes a couple months until she decides to follow her to... See full review

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

Tonari no Koigataki

CassieFleurs's avatar
Jun 25, 2016

Seriously  Seriously It was all going good, I get it we all love a good love triangle and then out of nowhere with no warning whatsoever the story changed into a different one about badminton and it was also a love triangle  ,then for like 4 chapters we had that story, that's messed up. We were left with a gray but cliche cliffhanger in chapter 5 in which she was finally gonna decide between the 2 but when we finally went back to the main story they did a huge skip in time and she was already dating one of them !!, like how and she also suddenly super loved him, where is my development. This... See full review

6/10 story
4.5/10 art
0.1/10 characters
3.2/10 overall

Sengoku Youko

Victor02's avatar
Jun 25, 2016

Sengoku Youko is a must if you are into historical-action based manga.It differs a lot from the usual mangas and it's characters are very cool!It definetly needs an anime and I hope my words will be heard and they will someday make an anime out of it!!!

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

Ame no Hi no Iris (Light Novel)

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Jun 23, 2016

Iris on Rainy Days is, most prominently, a dark and engaging tale about loss and reclamation. Beyond the surface, Rainy Days is also lined with simplistic but meaningful symbolism. Make no mistake--Rainy Days is by no means light-hearted or faint-hearted. It does not pull its punches and it does not dare to suppress any of its views. Nothing is shoe-horned in to make the narrative more 'tasteful'. There is no hastily constructed, poorly thought-out romance subplot or an extremely happy or extremely depressing ending appearing out of left field based only on the writer's whims. Everything that occurs... See full review

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

Kamisu Reina Series (Light Novel)

SemilunarLiri's avatar
Jun 23, 2016

Perhaps you've heard of a little-known light novel that goes by the name of 'Utsuro no Hako to Zero no Maria', and perhaps you might've heard of the mass critical acclaim it has received. Widely considered to be one of the greatest light novels ever writtenーand rightly soーit's an understatement to say that HakoMari is highly regarded in the light novel community. Eiji Mikage, the author of HakoMari, has written several other works that are, unfortunately, typically overshadowed by this giant. Kamisu Reina is one such series. 

Much like HakoMari, Kamisu Reina is a psychological... See full review

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

Inari Konkon

TheCountess's avatar
Jun 20, 2016

Weeeell, i have to say I loved this manga. From the synopsis, I thought it would be interesting and it lived up to my expections and went above and beyond. The relationship of the main character Inari and Uka meld together to form a tangle of emotions not just between the two of them but also between their friends and family. It was sensitive when it needed to be and also funny and totally engaging. If you like romance not just between the main character but also between multiple people as well, you'd do to pick this up. The story is well written and the drama unfolds beautifully. 

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9/10 story
7.5/10 art
10/10 characters
8.9/10 overall

Hanshin

harvestmoon07's avatar
Jun 20, 2016

This was a great one shot about conjoined twins and their everyday struggles. While one sister is ugly but very intelligent, the other sister is beautiful and mentally challenged. The ugly sister is treated terribly because of her looks while the pretty sister is praised and called an angel because of her innocence of the world, which causes her to hate her sister. After a life changing surgery the ugly sister is given the chance she has always longed for, a chance to get away from her sister she has to constantly care for and be her own person. But all this comes at the at the cost of her sister's life... See full review

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

Uzumaki: Spiral into Horror

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Jun 20, 2016

This manga tries so hard to be dark and horrifying. Granted, it does manage to pull it off some of the time, especially at the beginning, but at other points it made me cringe at how hard it was trying.  A town, who's name you will probably not remember, is haunted by spirals. The pattern drives everyone there to insanity, and makes some pretty crazy things happen. It's hard to explain without spoiling the story, but believe me when I say some pretty messed up things happen, regardless of whether they make sense or add to the story.  As with most horror series, the characters are pretty much... See full review

6.5/10 story
8/10 art
5/10 characters
6/10 overall

Fake

IcyAnnie's avatar
Jun 18, 2016

By the heavens above, thank you for FAKE. After years and years of reading the same type of BL-manga, I have come to realize what a rare treasure Sanami Matoh’s FAKE truly is.
When Randy ‘Ryo’ MacLean starts working for the infamous 27th precinct, he is immediately teamed up with Dee Laytner in hopes that he will be able to bang some sense into the boisterous slacker. However, Dee proves himself to be quite a handful, who instead manages to rile the otherwise calm and level-headed Ryo up.
What I love about this series is that the two main characters don’t meet and instantly... See full review

9/10 story
8/10 art
10/10 characters
9.5/10 overall

Ten Count

Aerythrin's avatar
Jun 18, 2016

*As of chapter 31, as spoiler-free as possible* I don't read much manga (honestly it's just too darn expensive), I was scrolling through some manga online on a whim and I came across Ten Count. Shamelessly, I was entranced by the bishie on the cover. :D But what I got is a really heartwarming and pretty deep look at the relationship between two guys, one with Mysophobia, and the other of whom is a psychiatrist. Now, to begin; the story in itself is an interesting one. Mental illnesses are very rarely explored in anime (and if they are, they become a plot device or the source of comedy), and to my... See full review

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

Angel no Oka

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Jun 17, 2016

Exciting, charming, and original from start to finish! Definitely action-packed but balanced with adorable friendships and inspiring themes. I was impressed that I became attached to Luna, since at first she comes off as a boring character--pure and selfless, etc. But she is very genuine and not boring at all! Great manga! Exceeded expectations.

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

Magi

Gunpowder's avatar
Jun 16, 2016

I don't write reviews very ofton, so bear with me please.  I know this alreday looks like I am a stupid fangirl that is just hitting 10 in each category for the sake of fangirling, but let me explain... story: All over the world strange buildings caled dungeons appeared. They offer great treasures and also power to the ones who conquer them, but few dare to try, since many failed already and never returned. However, Alibaba decides to try his luck together with the strange kid Aladdin wh turns out to be a magican.  I can't tell you more because i don't want to spoil anything however the... See full review

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

Butter!!!

fuzzyirulz's avatar
Jun 15, 2016

Butter!!! is one of those kinda slow paced, high school setting, growing up/learn from your mistakes kinda mangas.  You're first introduced to your supposedly main character who is outgoing and looking to join the dance club to do some hip hop dancing.  The club turns out to be a ballroom dancing club.  In the club you have odd range of personalities: outgoing, cool, confident, quiet, pushover, etc... They come together to form a small dance club. 2 senpais and 4 inexperienced dancers.  As the members learn the ropes, they also learn to get to along with each other.They start... See full review

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

Black Bird

SailorMoonRocks's avatar
Jun 12, 2016

Wow! What to say indeed! I absolutely LOVED this manga!! The characters were so cute, showing so much growth from the beginning of the story to the end! Misao was such a strong character, showing a lot of strength in wanting to follow Kyou in the "unknown" path, only believing in their love for each other and everyone around them. Kyou, the ever protective and loving tengu (with a perverted side) showed so much, so much love toward Misao that if you were her, you'd even pick him! A lot of other themes, like sacrifice, loyalty, and understanding of other people, gained major story points from me... See full review

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

Their Christmas Wish Come True

casandra29's avatar
Jun 12, 2016

Read a christmas story in June? Why not? Should be entertaining right? Well... in this case not so much. Why? Cause it's filled with super depressed people who want to think their lives are more unfortunate than anyone else in this world. It's not a good look for a harlequin love story in my opinion, but it is true that opinion's differ greatly from person to person.  So as to the story. It had it's highlights. I especially enjoyed the part where the lead male took the lead female's book of "impossible dreams" which she used to wallow in her depression and made most of them come true. That... See full review

3/10 story
7/10 art
3/10 characters
4/10 overall

Royal Seductions

casandra29's avatar
Jun 12, 2016

Story: 3/10 - neither story was worth my time though there were a couple panels that were fun to read (that's out of the whole 2 stories I've read so far) Art: 2/10 - Horrible the characters all look the same as eachother with exception of some background characters. Sometimes the hair changes and the outfits change but the people themselves are identicle and they have triangle faces. Characters 3/10 - Awful, but there were a few scenes where the main female from the first story (the wife of the king) was interesting and funny. Overall: 2.5/10 - This is the best score I could give based on my own... See full review

3/10 story
2/10 art
3/10 characters
2.5/10 overall

Usotsuki Mi-kun to Kowareta Ma-chan - Totteoki no Uso

RickGrimes's avatar
Jun 10, 2016

Before reading this question yourself. DO YOU ENJOY PYSCHOPATHIC PSYCOPTAHS? Seriously this manga has the biggest idiotic psychopaths that I have ever seen. This was an adaption from a rather well-known LN in Japan, especially known for its tense mystery theme. Now either the Japanese were idiots to call this a good mystery (which I doubt) or the source material was really good. I haven’t read the source material yet and I never intent to. But the so-called mystery is nearly non-existent, if at all it’s a thriller with some mildly shocking events as it progresses. It’s not a... See full review

6/10 story
6/10 art
7/10 characters
6.3/10 overall

My Secret Brother

wilsonkristen17's avatar
Jun 9, 2016

I'm not finished with this manga, in fact I'm only on chapter 14. But the character development is constructed well, the art style is vivid and the story is unique to what I've read so far. However, on the site that I was reading it on, it makes you pay to read it after a certain chapter. Which, I understand, but I've personally never been comfortable giving out my credit card information online. So, I tried to find where I could purchase it elsewhere (preferably at a bookstore) but I cannot find it anywhere. I suppose it's because it's a new-ish manga series, but it is a little unnerving since I have... See full review

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