In my opinion, it was a little too short but damn it
was cute as fuck (╥‿╥)
The characters are also very cool and there's also a
short backstory of them- I didn't expect this because-
as I said before, it only has one part and yeaa So for everyone who wants to read a short cute yaoi,
this could be the best for you x3
Millennium Snow is about a sickly girl who meets a vampire and asks to make her his partner. It is said if one is made a partner they will live much longer. What our main character Chiyuki doesn't know is the big step that is to a vampire like Touya who is all alone. Instead as she lay there dying he gives her some of his blood to heal her just for a while so they could spend time together. The manga is a thoughtful adorable comedy piece with plenty of adorable romance tossed in. While you are not fully sucked into the world and some plots in it seem rather pointless the manga itself is enjoyable to read... See full review
I've been on a reading streak with these romance manga's and basically know what to expect at this point. But this manga reignited the flames in my heart (granted that happens most the time so that's not really saying anything). The story line followed the same fall in love, figured out profession (bang bonus), do college, then get married. With of course the occasional hey i love you dump that person people popping up. Honestly why do they even try. But boy was I squealing and kicking my legs up and down on my mattress to this one. I think one of the reasons I liked it so much was because I... See full review
What even is this? There's less content to this manga than most Hentai, but there's not even any exposed nudity; what possible target audience did they have in mind for this thing? Story: There is literally no story here. I would give this a 0 if I could, but I can't so it just gets a 1. The MC has a tentacle fetish and just looks at random office objects, fantasizing about them turning into tentacles and doing lewd things. There's no progression, no development, and no plot. Just a bunch of random and disconnected panels of her in different circumstances throughout her office building. Art... See full review
A short little romance that turns a few romance tropes on their head in an interesting way. MC is an otaku who has decided to settle for only having a 2d 'girlfriend', but finds himself in a strange relationship with a girl after helping her avoid some shady guys at a bar. They spend the night together, much to the MC's confusion, and during/after which the MC comes to find out the girl he's caring for is in love with another girl. The plot revolves around these two and their relationship with this other girl, and with each other. Story: A lot of pros and cons on this one. First and foremost it's got... See full review
Okay first off I have to say I was surprised by this manga, it's been a while since I was drawn into a manga as much as I was with this one. I enjoyed reading every chapter and wanting to read the next right afterword resulting in me reading all 126 chapters in under 2 weeks. I highly recommend reading this manga if the synopsis sounds remotely interesting to you, you might find something you were not expecting like I did. The story kept me thinking about what is going to happen next and i could never tell what was going to happen. It wasn't predictable at all for me.See full review
How can i read this? :(See full review
Wow! Just finished reading all 50 chapters over the weekend! Last time I read a manga (1 year ago) it took me 2 months to read 200 chapters. Also, I don't read manga a lot (definitely not as much as watching anime), so this review is from the point of view of someone who watches anime. The only reason I read this manga is because I watched the anime adoption, which didn't have a real resolution/ending. I couldn't wait any longer, so I read the manga. No spoilers! Yay! (Also I assume you read the synopsis) STORY Masamune-kun's Revenge has a story that contains many surprises along the way. You... See full review
I mean, there really isn't a heck of a lot to say about this one: basically a guy is pining over some other guy (not named) and, um, he likes trains. That's it; that's the story. I saw that little "fin" in the corner of page 6 or so and kind of went, "Whaaaaat? But nothing happened?!" I swear, the mangaka was way behind on her deadline or something and just submitted the thing. But, you know, it's not a bad start. I did in actuality want to read more. It has a gloomy, kind of hopeless atmosphere with some monologues that resonate with a lonely miserablist such as... See full review
I'm not even sure where to begin with this webcomic. I ended up giving this series an 8/10 because I think it did a really good job at soliciting a reaction from me, however, if we're looking at themes and character development then this was severely lacking. Just as a warning, this story has rape and abusive relationships from beginning to end so if that's something you can't stomach then this probably isn't for you (and if you think you CAN stomach it, you'll be surprised. I was surprised at how bad this stuff made me feel). I guess my biggest criticism is that the main character starts off as... See full review
Well... this is the weirdest thing ive ever read.its just weird but i like it i think.See full review
First things first, wow, what a read. Akame ga kill is about a girl named Akame, even though the main character is a guy named Tatsumi. They are assassin's in a group determined to change the political corruption of their country. I have heard of this anime many times over but I never realized the depth of the story in the anime. The character development in this manga is not the greatest as everything moves at a pretty quick pace. Not so much that its too quick but to the point where a lot of characters aren't as fleshed out as they deserved to be. They kill off characters with ease and... See full review
Don't misunderstand the medium score I gave this; I wholeheartedly enjoyed it. It's quite entertaining, but the problem is that I can't really justify calling it "good". The plot revolves around a pair of highschoolers who share a love for each other that neither feels is appropriate given their circumstances. One night they both make a wish that their rooms would be joined together, and a deity known as the Obverse God grants their wish, but with the caveat that the girl will lose all sense of self-control for a full hour every day. Romantic and familial drama ensue, riddled with teenage... See full review
This is one of the best manga i've read recently. Though the start was a bit slow it was truely a wonderful story. At first i thought it would be some OP zombie spellcaster, but the fact he was a weak man with a fierce heart made it even better. Now that it's over i wish to know of the adventurs the "new" capeside had and all the wild battels that they had. All in all it was a beauty to read. Thank you.See full review
it is one of the best manga i ever read,it has a lot of comedy and being serious...nothing more,you should at least try it if you like funny/random moments(and there are some really cute moments)(my first review)See full review
It had a looot of plot twists and can definnitely keep your attention. I liked how it played out and how much more dark and starnge it got after each chapter. The ending SHOOK me.See full review
The art is what kept me reading...I also have a thing for those agressive guys(ԾεԾ|||)
I think this is missing the cohabataion and a mature tag forsure.
I like it a lot but i rated it so low because it really hurts the betrayal was just too much to bear especially because it was his childhood friend who promised to always be there for him and never hate him and she betrayed her childhood friend for the guy that made his life a living hellSee full review
I got enganged by the very simple fantasy adventurer feel of the first few chapters and got interested in the world, which was the only thing together with simple digestable dialog that kept me reading.
It feels like there is both a lot of and not many characters because they pop up almost randomly all over the place.
The characters are not well developet, they are not bad, but not deep mostly because they are not the focus, Main character is and he is just typical shonen protagonist, not bad either but just too simple.
The story loves time skips.
Romance was... See full review
It really is perfect in every way.. Most post apocalypse manga have really heavy dark themes.. That usually turns me off of the genre. But tho this one still have one or two episode of disturbing stuff. It doesn't focus on it that much. The main theme is survival and character adaptation in this environment. The female leads are really tough and strong willed.. Not like your whiny meek girls who always need to be saved. Tho natsu (one of the female characters in team summer b)can get on your nerves the first couple of chapters but then she gets better. The friendship and love lines are pretty... See full review
I don't think I've ever gotten this emotional over a romance manga... maybe even any romance in general. Most of them are just too cutesy for my tastes to really get into it, or too much of a comedy for the characters to carry weight on my heart - that's why until recently I've typically avoided romance works. But damn it this one tugged on my heart strings. Story: Starts off with your typical gender-bender opening trope. The MC: is a slightly effeminate guy, has a crush on a girl, has a macho best-friend that he's been friends with since forever, and then through whatever process the author... See full review
This is an emotional rolercoaster it starts of well but it gets better with every chapter... I personally love how much backstory every single somewhat important character gets. And even though the characters (especially the guys) in this webtoon tend do act somewhat too mean/evil, everyone generally is quite realistic depicted. (the story also has a very lifelike vibe) the Art-stlye might scare some people of... but to be honest it kinda fits well with the story itself and makes reading a bit more comfortable. Ps: This webtoon is the embodiment of "you reap what you sow"See full review
Summary: In this story the MC is a 13 year old girl named Ruan Ruan who has lost her memory. When faced with immediate danger after losing her memories, she is saved by a beggar who claims to be her husband. She follows him through his daily life, meets new people, and comes across various dangers. Will she be able to find out who she really is? Even more so, will she figure out who he really is and if he is what he claims to be? Background: "The story takes place during the Yuan Dynasty (1271/9-1368). Different sources have different start times. The translations mention the Hu people, which... See full review
Rating for the second story [Yurete, Fureru Made]. The first story (and the name of the book) just ends abruptly and doesn't make sense hahahaSee full review
I've been on a big manga streak and I gotta say, I wasn't expecting there to be so many manga's like this. Granted they all address the topic's differently and the area's of conflict can be vary but the overall arch of a growing relationship, to see that more then once. Well I'm impressed at this point. Its not quite on the level on Say I love you (for me anyway), but honestly its not too far behind it. Tsubaki love starts off with a bad boy and a conservative girl clashing and eventually falling in love, and they also have similar names...its Tsubaki if you didn't guess that yet lol. They learn... See full review
What I say stories amazing this is my 2nd light novel review and this one's in my opinion is not as good as tales of demons and gods what it's really good or really like it now if you don't care to ead my partners(azanimefan) review I'll give you a brief TL:DR, of my own. ~SPOILERS~ It's amazing , the way he strategized plans like 5 moves ahead just like in chess or go it's amazing. Is ingenious tactics the way he gets into and out of situations through no fault of his own by the way are just insane. Now some people will say he has good luck I would say he has pretty shady lock though how he gets out of... See full review
I would recommend reading the light novel before you even think about reading the manga. As of right now it is 02/14/2019 and only 73 chapters have been translated. ~SPOILERS~ Trying to follow the manga version of ISSTH Is like trying to follow a drunk guys story, it's almost impossible you get pieces here and there of understandable jibberish, and then you can get the basis of the story. Then once he tries the piece these 2 separate tangents together they they don't, they are absolutely incoherent. The manga is missing huge chunks of the story they're not vital for the main point of the story. But they... See full review
Greatest Pornhwa of all time. Close 2nd is She is young and Hahri's close third. That's all you need to know. To that dude who said Drug Candy's plot was great must be on crack. Lmao. Not to mention Stand up, oh my lawd that series is a mess.See full review
Look at these losers expecting a One piece level plot over a 20-chaptered work. You dimwits must be new in this type of genre. Great plot in these categories might be hard to find, but not impossible. Blame your dicks and your dumb asses for it, not the author, which some other works have decent plots. To that dimwit who complained about bust sizes in a goddamn pornhwa, you're really expecting smaller ones, numb nuts? It'll never make your girl's pancakes any bigger, son. LMAO. Story is fine but hella rushed. If given enough chapters it could have a decent plot, and fleshed out characters. To that dude... See full review
For a one-shot, this was actually really good. Kind of disappointed that it didn't take off into a full series. Story: An investigator arrives in a remote town looking into reports of a source of malignant mana in the area. A sickly girl helps him locate the source. The way mana and sorcery are interpreted in this presents a really intriguing world concept that I quite enjoyed. More to the point; this story has a clear and defined progression from a starting point, through a climax, and into an appropriate ending, and is well fleshed out at all points in between. The work stands well on its own... See full review
Ugh. Even if loli incest is your thing, this is still a bad one-shot. There's really nothing of substance here. Story: MC is a 10 year old girl who is somehow the star of a bunch of Horror flicks. For whatever reason when men see her covered in blood, they become seriously attracted to her, and it's amplified when it's her own real blood. She decides that she wants to use this 'power' and show her older brother her blood in order to get him to love her... And that's it. That's the whole story. There's no way to sum up this story without spoiling it because THERE IS NO STORY. Art: It's pretty... See full review
This manga maybe is more known than the rest, I think, but I see why it is recommended. First of all, I affirm right now that Ichinose is the sweetest thing in the universe when it blushes like a tomato. I'm sorry, it's important to clarify that point. already seriously, Hatsu*Haru tackles a story already told a lot [popular boy womanizer falls in love with a tough girl], but in spite of it, he has something different in my opinion. I will not say that it gives an unexpected twist in the plot or something, but ... but ... seriously, what falls in love with this are the couples (yes, everyone... See full review
*I know, it also makes my heart accelerate, seriously* What first struck me about this manga is its drawing, it seems so delicate ... beware ... and a bit simple for its stroke, but that, nevertheless, manages to recreate beautiful scenes in its pages. Leaving that aside, the story is a little more mature, and this is reflected in the contrast of age, or perhaps its mentality, the complexity of both characters. I like too much this difference, among others, of both characters. He is, seriously, quite shameless, rational, (I have to say, attractive) but at the... See full review
Black bird is your cliche young high schooler collides with the yokai world all over again. It does execute itself a bit differently though for the main character Misao has always been aware of the yokai world and when a man comes back who was once her childhood friend she discovers he's a yokai. She denies him at first but they fall in love rather quickly which is honestly a bit refreshing for a love story. Sometimes I feel as though a love stories progession takes way too long. Just confess already man. Who has time for this. Overall there are some love making scenes and a lot of development in... See full review
This manga is about a boy who falls in love with a stoic and thick headed girl and his ten year journey of following her. Honestly this manga started off really awful for me because the site I read it on had it so poorly translated in the beginning I was worried I might drop it. But I trucked on and it definitely cleared up and was readable. This story grew on me so hard I was trying to read it as quickly as possible. Not always a good thing since I miss bubbles for the decidingly less important people. The main guy Yanagi is one of my favorite male protaganists I have come across in a long... See full review
Honestly not much to say here. If you're here for big-anime-tiddys, you're gonna find them, but that's basically all there is. Story: A Girl's team versus Boy's team sports thing, with the existence of the sports club on the line. So they 'give their all' to ensure victory by any means. There's not really a story that's told here, though - it's just a bunch of chicks doing ecchi things on a basketball court. Art: Really the only good thing about this one-shot. It's surprisingly high-quality, with loads of detail in both foreground and background and excellent character designs. Characters: There's no... See full review
A hilarous and somewhat cute little one-shot. Story: Honestly there's nothing here to even call a story, really. It's just a farce to string together a bunch of jokes and big-anime-tiddy scenes together. Still, its not actively horrible. Art: Surprisingly good detail, which is really key because a lot of the humor and charm of this comes down to the little details like a broken leg or similar. Beyond that, there's great detail in backgrounds and beautiful character designs. Additionally, the artist has a great sense of scale and panelization (is that a word) that leaves each panel feeling like it takes up... See full review
First off; don't let the cover image scare you off. I'm not sure why they made that the image, but it's quite ugly compared to the actual content inside. More to the point; this is a surprisingly good and complex narrative that far exceeded my expectations. We follow the MC into a mysterious area that he has unwittingly stumbled into, where a predatory "Data creature" lurks. This creature has been mimicking a pheromone emission to draw in anyone nearby and submit them to a gruesome death by absorbing their memories and personal identity. Lucky for the MC, he draws the attention and favor of a... See full review
Does a manga as legendary as Naruto even need a review? I suppose I'll write one either way. I'm sure everyone knows the story of Naruto by now. In a nutshell, a young boy discovers he has the power of a nine-tailed fox, and uses his power to go on various adventures and trials, mostly centered around the themes of friendship and power. Naruto is a fantastic story, both in manga and anime. I began my journey with Naruto back in 2009, and read the manga online and in print for 6 years before I finally managed to finish. There were many times along the way where I felt like I would never finish such a... See full review
A very short, but quite good little story about spirits and sexuality. Story: There's a lot that takes place in this one, and each chapter feels filled to the brim with plot progression. That said, there's a ton of room for improvement. First of all, it felt a bit rushed. Honestly I feel like it could have been stretched out for a few chapters with the story they have, and maybe add a bit more at the end for an epilogue, and it would have been perfect. Beyond that, there's definitely a need for some hefty suspension of disbelief with the way the spirits work and posess someone in this world, and there's a... See full review
Well, a lot of people were talking about the anime, so I decided to give it a try, and I also read the manga. Yakusoku no Neverland is overrated, but it doesn't mean it is bad. I will talk about some of it's good and bad points.
• Exciting - the story keeps you invested in it since there is always something interesting going on, making you curious to find out what happens next. You do not get bored.
• Straight to the point - the author doesn't waste time with pointless storylines. If a character must have screen time, it happens along with the... See full review
A short-but-sweet look at the budding relationship of two highschoolers who get themselves involved in a strange back-and-forth S&M relationship. Story: Honestly there's not really anything here. There's the establishing scenes at the very beginning in chapter 1, and then the resolution in the end of the last chapter, but everything in between is just meaningless excuses to get the characters into different locations for their S&M play. Art: Not bad, but definitely a lot of room for improvement. It's a strange mix of extreme detail and yet hardly detailed at all, and it's a bit hard to... See full review
A not-too-shabby manhwa about a guy who finds himself locked in a boarding school against his prior knowledge or desire. It wouldn't be so bad, except he just scheduled his first-ever date with a girl he's had a crush on. The story revolves around him trying to escape from the school just long enough to have that date. Story: Surprisingly coherent for what I was expecting, but still pretty bland and straighforward. The ending is pretty unsatisfactory as well, although there might be hope for a sequel to improve on that matter. This work is entirely carried on the shoulders of the art and characters. Art... See full review
A disturbing story, but very well made.
It follows the rainbow taxi company as they take clients to do revenge act for. The whole premise is really nice, but the graphical nature of the story is simply too much for me. Rape, NTR and other gory things happen every single chapter and it simply gets too much. But if you like that sort of thing this is a really well-made story.
It was horrible and wonderful at the same time. I started reading it becausee i like tradgedy and happened to come across it. At first it was a bit confusing but as soon as i realized what was going on i was shocked. I spent hours pouring over this manga, trying to see if Jeremy would be okay. It was difficult to read and heartbreaking to think about. It was painful for me to read, so i stopped reading it. Simple, right? But. no; This manga was stuck in my brain and would pop into my mind without warning. It made me feel sick. But, it also made me realize that guys can be raped. So, it was a bit... See full review
WTF IS THIS SHIT ?
How Let The Dogs Shit On The Manga Drawing Bord ?
You See What Came Out? Shixiong, 3rd Worst Manga I Have Ever Seen ! A Failed Attept To Make A Comedi Out Of A Tragic Situation. My Opinion: !!!!!!! DO NOT TRY TO DO IT AGAIN !!!!!!!
I Gave It A Chance, Forced To Finish Chapter 1, Went With Chapter 2 BUT NOOO, Stupid Story, Retarded Humor, HOW THE FUCK TOUGHT THAT IS A GOOD IDEA TO MAKE A REFERANCE THAT LITERALY ASKS YOU ON THE MANGA TO SARCH THE SONG FROM THE SCENE OR OTHERWISE YOU WON'T UNDERSTAND IT ?!?!?!
Can Somebody Tell Me How Do I Vode Less Then 0.5 Stars... See full review
So... I do not even know what happened. As far as I could understand and remember, the characters were very different. They had a personality, there was obvious change. There just was not any of it there. Even though it is fiction, the characters felt fake. The story, what was even the plot. I would not recommend this. The idea is very complex and everything else a mess.See full review
Yes, yes, yes. Best slice of life short stories. Among the many types of relationships, this is a relationship among two young boys who live and learn. Just daily life and small misunderstandings. A very healthy and loving life. I just can not express how good the small stories are. If you are looking for drama or action, this is definitely not for you. Please read it though, it's a very very good story.See full review
Hardcore Leveling Warrior is the best player on a fantasy world, but a God like creature kills him. He loses all his stats and skills. Left with only his appearance, everyone in the game tries to kill him. Whatever was it revenge, glory, or just plain killing, lots are aware of the best player going to 0. Through the journey Hardcore Leveling Warrior is a manipulater and a puppet. His personality starts to change for the better, but he still is a mastermind. A few of the other main characters have a personality, but the rest of the charcharac do not change and seems to be robots with no trait. The story... See full review
Must read for any diehard manga or anime fan. So many other titles and properties could not exist without this narrative.See full review