This one leaves a lot to be desired. I kept coming back to it because the concept appeals to me, but as for a story, it fails to get beyond skin-deep which in turn makes it a bit of a dull read so I have not yet got the drive to go pick up the next book. If I see book 2 in the library, I may give it a quick glimpse to see if the situation improves, but I don't think this is likely.See full review
This one didn't really keep my attention. I felt there was a lot of wandering which is an interest killer, almost as if the author themselves weren't sure where they were going with the story. The artwork is okay I suppose, but nothing spectacular.
Didn't care for it much.
Story: One Punch Man is probably one of the most hilarious, Action-Packed and amazing manga's I've read in a LONG time. It's so entertaining and different. Usually when a story starts it's more built up to where the protagonist is becoming stronger but with One Punch Man it gives this sense of what if the Protagoist is already over powered and with that you would think it would be a boring plot but it's not! :D It's actually a really interesting story of "What can you do if your too over-powered?" Characters:(Some Spoilers) Most of the characters are very dependent one Power or rankings... See full review
1. Story You might say it's cliché, yeah... kind of. The characters are forced to play, shit happens, and even more shit happens. You won't get any epic battle of wits nor gameplay like in Epicmafia - they just run around and kill, not even searching for clues. I guessed the wolf from beginning since author is baiting you whole time, while trying to do some clown twists, but the ending is so illogical that I doubt someone will get the mastermind. Still though, pretty neat, short story, not much of thinking involed and not much to write about since the author gives you everything on a... See full review
*I do not mean to undermine the existing review, I just wanted to add one of my own.* Warning - this manga has high gore content, and it is not "cleverly censored". There is a reason this is listed for having "mature content". It is pretty disturbing, but truly interesting. If you're into gore style horror and a whirlwind plot that grows more complex as more is revealed as chapters pass - Pupa is something I recommend to you! As the reader, you're introduced to the back story from the viewpoint of Utsutsu by way of adorable teddy bears in tragic scenes. You move on... See full review
First off - this is a one-shot COLLECTION of short high-stakes games. NOT two volumes following the amusement park game. -.-* Get your synopsis right! (It was split into 2 volumes for English release, I was told - it is one volume in Japan) Most of these shorts are pretty interesting, some very similar to Deadman Wonderland style, and I think they could have branched off more on those. A couple had good back-stories but of course are only 1 to 2 chapters long so you don't really get to enjoy it much. If you're looking for a quick read, it certainly gives you that. The final game was the only one I... See full review
I loved the art i loved the hands specially , its completely different to your typicial yaoi hands and long faces, i could actually understand the sex scenes with out fluids everywhere. the things is i had to drop it because i hated this whole. Blackmail forced blowjob i like love, if i read a yaoi i expect as much romance as any shoujoSee full review
I tried my best to make sure this review doesn't spoil anything big... which was kind of hard. Ashita Dorobou is a romance with supernatural / sci-fi elements. Story The premise is very interesting: after a huge black UFO appears, a man meets his ex-girlfriend, who mysteriously hasn't changed at all in 9 years and who seemed to shoot lasers from her fingers. I won't spoil any more of the story, because it's really best to just sit back and enjoy the ride: it's full of twists, packed with action and romance, and overall just great. The manga deals with the theme of reconnecting... See full review
English name is " <h1>Something About Emmaline "....................................................................................................................................................................................................................</h1>See full review
Haiiii~ (~◠▽◠)~♥ Lately, it appears to me that it's easier to find a good Manhwa (korean comics) than Manga! Manhwa are usually webcomics in full color that have a less detailed art and non complex stories... at least that what I think *shrug* So this time I'm reading & reviewing a manhwa called ''Crepuscule'' and I gotta say, this name immediately got my attention because I'm familiar with the word (it means dusk/twilight in old english). I plan to review all 3 parts of the story. I have read 40 chapters so far, will update this review when I read more. STORY The... See full review
If you thought Itou Makoto was a jerk before - wait til you see him in this short series that takes place at the same time as the original series. While the manga doesn't follow Makoto, we get a much darker insight into his motivations and character, which will eliminate any pity you may have felt before for him. Quite opposite to Makoto is our actual protaganist - Yuuki, who is in a relationship turmoil of his own too - but he is a much more righteous character and is appalled at makoto's actions. The series is a similarly well-written work and a nice view of some of the background events of... See full review
Yuureitou is not finished yet, so I'm basically writing this review just because there's no synopsis nor tag. The story follows young Taichi and Tetsuo, as they try to solve the mystery of a ghost clock tower and find the hidden treasure, around 1950. Taichi is a poor NEET of the time, who can barely afford living expenses and thus is mesmerised when seemingly randomly he meets Tetsuo, who is beautiful, charming and seems to have lots of money. As one mystery is solved another is posed and the story unravels in horror, some gore and explanations that can have the reader on the edge of their sit. There... See full review
THE BEST! THE BEST! THE BEST! THE BEST! THE BEST! THE BEST! THE BEST! THE BEST! THE BEST! THE BEST! The detail in the characters in all their aspects is exellent. I loved the story Line. And I am highly satisfied with the Art. This manga is quite humorous. The only thing i wish was there is romance. This is my most favourite manga i have ever read and most likely will always be. I saw the anime and fell in love with it. I even produced my own fanfiction about OgaXKunieda. I wish this series never ended. I want them to make a season 2 of the anime and I know that won't happen but there will... See full review
When I first started reading Yankee-kun it grapped me right away with the characters personalities. With the main group of characters able to always complement the each other. The story was entertaining with each arc and I ended up finishing the series in a couple of days. The ending was the only disappointing part of it. And that is for you to find out. Wish there was more of the series to read since I enjoyed it greatly.See full review
This is my first review so, I apologize if it isn't helpful. Anyways...
STORY (possible spoilers, well..not really)
Kaze Hikaru's story is about a girl named Tominaga Sei who, after both her father and brother get killed by an enemy clan, decides to seek revenge. For this, she disguises herself as a man and joins the Shinsegumi. However, she tries to hide the fact that she's a girl but fails when Okita Soji discovers her true gender. So, after a while, Tominaga Sei begins to fall for Soji and her primary goals begin to change.
The story is quite entertaining, although you may find it's similar to... See full review
(Re-upload of my first review)
The story revolves around Guts a man out for revenge but soon his background is explained as a boy who didn't have parents from the day he has born, but instead has been raised by a band of mercenaries who had found him. Being in a band of mercenaries he enters battles at a very young age. We see him go from battlefield to battlefield while he grows up which leads to a great tragedy hurting himself and all his dear friends. Will he search for revenge with the danger of losing himself in his own anger and hate to become a monster himself. Or will... See full review
Once I finished the anime that left on a total cliffhanger (didn't even feel like an ending because it wasn't). I had to find out what happened, I was not disappointed in the least. It's cute, it's interesting, and it ends very very well on a very clever note. I had an ache in my heart when it was over. *SPOILER ALERT* I am so happy/relieved/refreshed to find a harem anime that ACTUALLY picked a girl and stuck with her. I have been watching/reading way too many romance "blue balls" anime/manga where they never commit to a couple.See full review
I'm a fan of Rumiko Takahashi in general, so I've read most of her work, my favorite being Inuyasha. So I started reading this expecting a whole new journey, and I'm not disappointed. But I'm not over the moon either. The story is new and interesting, a few parallels with Bleach that I thought funny. It's shounen type, so there isn't necessarily one set storyline, but multiple small stories put together, again almost like Bleach or Naruto. It does get repetitive, but the character personalities keep me interested. They may look similar to a lot of Inuyasha characters (almost turned me off from... See full review
I'm going to start off by saying this, gangsta. has really taken me off guard, though in a good way! Before I stumbled on this gem, I wondered "why can't I find any characters that aren't wholly good? Some that maybe do rotten things, but aren't necessarily rotten people?". Then I started reading, and I was hooked from the characters mostly. The only reason I give the characters 8/10 is because they are more mature adults, and I don't think they'll be changing much anytime soon, and I'm big on character development. They all seem, at least to me, set in their ways. Other than that, I love... See full review
This manga is only 7 pages long. And it's effing weird. Story A mysterious figure comes across a girl whose arm is stuck in a wall and being gnawed on by some demons(?). If I went any further, I would have spoiled the entire manga, as it's not very eventful. Art The art is unique... It doesn't look very much like any manga I've ever seen. I honestly expected some mindbendingly gruesome and realistic art because of the list I found this manga on; it's pretty tame and visually pleasant for a psychological/surreal horror manga. Characters There are two characters. They do not develop other the course... See full review
right now there is only one other review for this manga and i know that some readers are confused to what happened in the first few chapters since it moved rather quickly. so let me start off by explaining the plot to this manga series. the main Character, Mizuki goes to an all girls school and she is part of a band. she has alwys pride herself in being cool and having a "prince" title within her school. she is not attracted to other girls, she just finds it fun to play the role of "prince". meanwhile a cute looking guy named Akira wants to join her girl band, and he goes to an all boy... See full review
Warning this Review May Contain Spoilers: So here we have the one-off one-shot for the Cross Manage Manga, this really however is just a preview to the main manga which is how quite a few people would view it. So the story is basically a boy ends up in a silly situation because he accidently went in a locker room when a girl was changing and ended up being the new manager of the Lacross club. STORY For a pilot it doesn't contain too much, but in this situation it is kind of expected. It is a cute story to bring a person in, drawing them to read the main story just as the purpose is. However in the end... See full review
This is an incredibly sweet collection of sweet shoujo stories. The author has given us yet another beautiful romance,i really liked each story.See full review
Warning this review may contain spoilers- This Review is in progress and isn't complete at this point in time So this review is for Usotsuki Lily, a cute romance manga with a twist because the male lead is in fact a crossdresser. Just a few things before I start the main review, so at first we have the two mains Hinata Saotome and En Shinohara. it starts with En confessing to Hinata in this 'Boy form' I guess you can put it like that. Hinata at first doesn't recongise him at first but when she gets back to her classroom her friends point out that the handsome boy that just confessed to her was the... See full review
Ultimate Venus was very interesting story but something was missing in this story. I would recommend this manga to every girl who likes harem, arranged marriage etc. I think I will read next manga of this author. This manga is very similar to Hanasakeru Seishounen.See full review
It is an good story that loosely follows the plot of Dragon's Dogma game that was released during the same time as Skyrim. For those who never heard of it: it is a not to bad game with good combat dynamic's IE: Able to climb large foes to deal damage in hard to reach places. Another nice thing about it is the Pawn system that is sort of A.I. and the amount of Vocations (classes for those who don't understand) too is nice: Strider, fighter, mage are the 3 basic vocations. Warrior, ranger, and sorceror are the advanced vocations, then there is 3 more vocations known as hybred vocations that combine 2 basic... See full review
Shibata is a 29 year old pushover that has simply rotten taste in men. Her current boyfriend was just using her as a meal ticket and for freebies. I really like her even though she is clueless. Shunin used to be her boss and they have a wonderful love/hate relationship where the sparks just fly between them. I love how she calls him gross all the time, it is unbelievably cute. All the characters are great in this story so far, and I really find myself rooting for the MCs to get together at the end. They just seem to compliment each other and I don't see them happy with anyone else. This manga is... See full review
Seriously, Missions of Love is one of the few mangas that really made me obsessed. I really like it. Plot It's about a girl called Yukina who is secretly a popular cellphone author, Yupina. Her fans want more romance in her stories, so she blackmails the school's most popular boy, Kitami.See full review
I was suprised with the series, the plot is pretty original and strong. Unfortunately it didn't keep my interest, overall the same events will happen, they encounter a gang and will beat them. It is inevitable in series like these where twists that immensely change it are hard to create. I read everything released but I'm not going to continue. I don't think it is a series that can create new and better arcs in future chapters, again the repetitive nature will catch up and is apparent in the first 70 chapters.See full review
Hungry Joker is one of the many manga that showed enough potential, got a place in Weekly Shounen Jump, and then failed so hard that it got axed. So don't waste your time on it if you only want to read stories that have/ will have a decent ending. If you're wondering why I decided to read it then: at the time, I had gotten interested in Black Clover's premise, but because there were so few chapters out I decided to try the other work by the same author instead... honestly, that was a mistake, because this series felt like a waste... See full review
Warning this review may contain spoilers XD So we have here the Manhwa also know as the first part of 'Santa-Silyeong'. So this is a 28 chapter webcomic (well the first part is) it's continued in part two which at the time I am writing this it is still ongoing. So anyway a bit of background in the story of this webcomic, we have Bell who was brought up as the Cinderella pretty much in a family where she was bullied and tortured. Suddenly one night she escapes and is then attacked by a couple of men, which is where she meets Santa who saves her from the men and he takes her to their hideout pretty... See full review
Tomo-chan wa Onnanoko! aka Tomo-chan is a girl! Story Tomo confessed to Jun but Jun sees her as a guy-friend and doesn't take her serious ''I love you to bro!'' *Fist bump*. So Tomo-chan plays along. From there on we see them having fun together, fighting with each other and socializing with their friends while Tomo-chan tries to make her feelings clear to Jun. The story is nothing special from any other tsundere-romance-comedy stories, but the 1 page chapters contain a lot of great humor. Each page has its own punch line and together they form a greater storyline. Art Simple but... See full review
It had its downs and lows, but overall I kinda enjoyed it. The pace unfortunately is too slow for me, and some arcs are just annoying, but on the other hand I really enjoyed watching Urabe and Tsubaki relationship, although slowly, growing =)See full review
One of the best horror stories I've read. Story: Stories are short but still pretty good. Some of them doesn't have end and that's pity. Art: I just fell in love with the drawings of ghosts or corpses. It's pretty detailed. Characters: I don't have much to write here. 'Chars' are not very much detailed. It's like some people has been given together in story.See full review
Plot: Charley is a cyborg-vampire-hybrid priest and a vampire hunter, yet instead of drinking the blood of humans, he decided to only drink that of his master, Johnny. Johnny is a wealthy playboy vampire who allows Charley to drink his blood as his main source of food, but he also likes to mess around with Charley a lot, calling him "Cherry" because he's a virgin. Charley goes on a mission to find out about a mysterious new drug called Vassalord that has been causing havoc. Charley likes to do things by the book (probably because he's part robot) and... See full review
I think yesterday I wrote a review on Blue Spring Ride the anime. Just three days have passed since I finished the anime. And then I find myself writing a review for the manga... For me, if I'm not satisfied with the anime ending (if the anime was cut off), then I would continue with the manga. Thus, I have done so for Blue Spring Ride. And all I can say really is... Damn. Manga artist and writer did a damn good job. Seriously. I can't help but say that I have fallen in love with Blue Spring Ride. Now that I finished it, I'm actually happy with the ending. See, you have two problems when reading... See full review
I love this manga so much you dont even know. I would never regret to have come across this manga. I love it to death and everyone else should read it too. The art is amazing and the charactors are awesome too.See full review
Although this manga is gender bender and may sound gross, its actually very sweet. The guy doesn't look half bad as a girl and its kind of funny. You should read it.See full review
This story was pretty intresting. The art isnt that good but who knows, im very picky and it could be way different for other people. This has a protective brother and a guy that likes her but wont admit it, yet. ~See full review
i really recommend this manga, i've been reading this manga since i was 1st year in middle school but then no. 11 didnt published in my country i'm waiting for about 9 years until it published but then i cannot buy it because the price already too expensive.. but it was mt favorite one, i even collect DNAngel VCD and movie files >/////<See full review
This is my first time writing any type of review for a manga. I'll try my best to not include any spoilers. STORY: First of all the story starts out great and is very intriguing. The MC is your regular joe with a sense of what is right and wrong. He is seemingly oblivious to the mafia and crime that is going on aroung him until two new people move into rooms in the building where he also works in a movie rental store. His two new neighbors seem to be hiding something and although later on it is shown they work in the underworld, he still treats them as he would anyone else although sometimes he struggles... See full review
Kobayashi does an excellent job of presenting a scenario where long running series serialization decimates what little soul was present in the beginning work.
Art styles seem to fluctuate and reset much like character development. 1 point for effort, -0.9 for lack of consistency.
This manga was AMAZING!!!! i've watched/read many yaoi anime & manga, but this one really touched me. The romance was absolutely beautiful, which made me fall completely in love with the characters. This manga is a perfect example of the fact that looks isn't everything....that what really matters is how a person makes you feel.See full review
I'll probably keep reading the new chapters to see if it gets any better, but I'm pretty disappointed in Citrus overall. The art's lovely, but the story could have been so much more - and honestly, I expected so much more after seeing so many glowing ratings and reviews. The characters, who rarely rise above shoujo tropes, behave either predictably or erratically. A few moments have suggested deeper reasons behind the characters' actions (particularly Mei's), but I'm not sure if, by chapter 17, we've received such fleeting character development because the author is building up to something bigger or... See full review
Story NO SPOILERS HERE! DON'T WORRY! :D This is heck of a story,absolutely one of my fav. out there. Its sad and at the same time intriguing. It just makes you read more and more until you find the ending. My personal opinion is that u should try it. Not believe me well u should look others reviews and see for yourself. :D Art About art eh, Norihiro could do more about faces of womens and some stuff but overall but when it comes to fight you will now what its about. Characters Like i said i think he mostly focused on battle but... See full review
This was one of the greatest mangas i've ever read!!! the story the drama the action....its all in! U need to read the manga to understand the anime....atleast try it forreal its really good.See full review
This story is about a "liar" or an itsuwaribito named Utsuho and his travels after the loss of his family and desides to help 1000 people by using good lies. While on his jorney he met many people that treat him and themself as each others family and have many different goals for their life. On their journey they met more people to join their "family" and faced many problems to solve in order to help the ones in need. (some problems with the story though is that the first few chapter is just about can a lie be good or bad not that intresting but i... See full review
uAs usual, the book is better than the anime, but in spite of that, the anime does a fairly good job of following the book. There is just a little too much left out in the series that can cause confusion or misunderstanding to anyone watching the show without having read the books. Miyuki for example in several scenes clearly is concerned for her brother and his inability to understand social cues as well as his poor ability to socialize at all. Though it never comes out and says it, it implies even stronger in the books that not only Tatsuya but several characters are very likely on the... See full review
THIS WHOLE THING IS GONNA BE NOTHING BUT SPOILERS JUST A HEADS UP SO MANY SPOILERS
I genuinely enjoyed the first few volumes of this series. The fourth volume was where it started to get weird and confusing. The final volume was just a train wreck.
In volume one, we are presented with a world in which there are demons that prey on humans, and there are humans called hunters who destroy the demons to keep humans safe. Hunters often keep half demon, half human creatures called Jiu Jiu as servants. After Takamichi's (the MC) twin brother is killed protecting her from demons, she overcomes her grief... See full review
Basically, it uses a bunch of tropes, doesn't have a real story, and the characters are basically one sided. There is a little bit of character development by the end of volume 3. The art style looks great. It adds more expression to the characters than any of the things they say, and it is all around stylish, and at moments cute. The characters are one dimensional, mostly bland with a touch on some dark secret that isn't even interesting during the reveal. I would accept any of them in other stories as side characters, but none of them have enough depth to be a main character. They aren't based on... See full review