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No problems. And thanks, I'm glad you like my reviews need to get back to writing some more XD
Oh? Currently residing in Manila taking minor courses like painting, basic classes, and currently a 2nd year college student taking associate class. (but well, if I took a bachelor's degree program, I'd still be a 2nd year student..)
I usually prefer art when it comes to manga. If the art doesn't interest me one bit, there's light novels. I find it extremely fun to picture the situation in a light novel in my mind by just reading words as the author describes it.
I'm probably one of the few who prefers art in anime and drawing style in manga, but then again, there's light novels if I'm left unsatisfied with the plot.
Oh. I just talk a lot and never notice it until people tell me, hahah. But yes, I'm currently in my 2nd year of college.
I'll take your word for it and add Barajou No Kiss to my plan to read list then.
So we're similar when it comes to 'favorite' manga it seems. It's quite hard for me to 'hate' a manga unless of course, the author is really trying to get us, the readers, to hate the story or something of their work. (like getting the best of our emotions) Can't say I never hated a manga though. I at least remember disliking a couple because of the characters. Now my problem is trying to recall the manga... forgot about it. (granted, some of em' are doujinshi so can't say for sure if that counts)
I'm afraid I haven't read Barajou No Kiss yet. But DRAMA CD's can be a step further for an anime adaptation, don't lose hope yet!
I've checked the first DRAMA CD without first reading the manga.. but thanks to that I am able to see the seiyuu list and recognized a few of them at the same time.
As for my favorite manga, that's a hard question. In forum discussions, I end up posting more than ten when these kinda threads pops. It's hard to pick a particular favorite without first asking myself which titles I enjoyed the most. =x I'll have to think once more and get myself a satisfying conclusion...
A late reply is fine, take your time. I also attend university so time isn't on my side either.
Yes, exactly! Manga is well-drawn compared to its anime counterpart sometimes when it comes to details. If the anime adaptation stays faithful to the manga with a similar feel to the character designs and layout -- no doubt that's going to be a great watch.
A good number of manga has been getting anime green-lit lately, so it shouldn't take too long until some of the great manga starts getting its own anime adaptation. But of course, there are also manga we like that aren't popular as we think it is (just makes you think.. why is there only a few reading this awesome manga?!), so unfortunately the chance of it becoming an anime is rather slim.
Thanks! :0 I use the same name in the forum just in case you're visiting it frequently as well.