The story is nice and enterntaining, but it's a bit too slow. Not much happened in over 60 episodes and it feels like it's going nowhere. I do love their relationship, though.See full review
THE ART IS SO BEAUTIFUL. And holymoly, the dark romance!!! ufff, it's just, chef kisses!See full review
Firstly, the plot is amazing! I came across this manhwa accidently, and instantly fell in love! I love how the female lead is straight forward. The male lead is a decent charater and respects the female lead's privacy. The art is um, not my style, I am not sure everyone likes this type of art style. Usually, I would drop the manhwa/manhua if the art isn't my taste, but this manhwa's plot made me hooked up. I would recommend it!See full review
It’s cute enough about a manager dude in love with a high schooler (this is fictional folks ok?). I also like the sister and the roommate, I ship them too lol😙See full review
This is short but sweet, so cute it's giving me diabetesSee full review
Honestly ,best manhua i have read , i has all the elements a story should focus on with is a quite lacking in other manhuas . I recommend it whole heartedly.;)See full review
It is definitely a interesting Yuri from Lezhin where it’s about a woman who has a crappy marriage and she meets a very interesting girl 12 years younger than her. Be warned, there is a lot of sex scenes and I mean lots of it….See full review
Just a really cute office romance between the airhead Lee Bom who has a curious boss, Mr Min who’s absolutely smitten about her ❤️See full review
Heion Sedai no Idaten-tachi/Idaten Deities in the Peaceful Generation manga review Authors: Cool-kyou Shinja (Art) also known for Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon; Amahara (Story) also known for Ishuzoku Reviewers. Okay, that is just too much of a bait, really. And I cannot say that I am pissed about being baited like that, but I just cannot miss a manga like that. Anyways, the manga focuses on the world, where 800 years ago monsters were about to annihilate the human race from the face of the earth; they were so powerful that no human weapon could defeat them. Humans were about to meet their demise... See full review
unOrdinary is one of the worst titles that Webtoon has ever produced. It's got some of the sleaziest character writing I've ever come across, the pacing is unbearably slow and the way the author tries to convey themes and messages is downright insulting. To begin with, unOrdinary is set in... actually its not clear. No ones really knows what country that this story takes place in, no one really knows what time period that it takes place in. All we know is that the setting is mostly in a shithole known as 'The No.1 Private Highschool in the Country' whereas the rest just comes down speculation because the... See full review
This easily became my favourite manga. Your humour has to match with this manga to find it enjoyable. I showed it to my friends who like reading manga but they didn't enjoy it as much as I do. The story isn't really usual because of its set up and it is more like a slice of life than telling a story that has a beginning and ending. I like all the characters they have there different personality and mindset (if we don't count that everyone of them is a bit depressed). My main reason for liking it is that coping on a bad day or a trauma with humour makes it less unbearable, even if it's black humour... See full review
I would totally not recommend this if you want a slowpaced manhua. Story: It's another manhua with magic but without cultivation. Change my mind, maybe magic cultivation? A magic academy with magic involved + OP mc + a kid + adventure + fast paced story progression = This maybe It's... Too rushed. The chapters... are depressingly short. The release... is too long. If you can't wait and be patient, I will never recommend this. Characters: If you want an overpowered mc, maybe you'll like this. (Highly doubt so) It's another story with a bright kid making friends, companions and healthy... See full review
If you want an mc that constantly attempts to flee and a yandere, well I would kinda recommend this. If you enjoy a story without much sexual harassment, I would recommend this. Sad to say, it's not a wholesome shounen-ai thing. Story/Characters: The idea of the mc being isekaied played a role in the story and there was impersonation and some misunderstandings here and there. These ideas made the story interesting and uhhhhhhhhh okay. I really liked the main protaginist (Rael). He's not like those submissive bastards which can't resist or escape the other mc. He constantly flees from that obsessive... See full review
TL;DR - To be honest, I don't know why people like this manga. It's pretty uneventful. Nothing really happens. The main girl is basically a cat in human form. It's like she doesn't understand how to act like a human (scratching someone who looked at her? Wandering off and sleeping in random places? Clinging to the same guy over and over?). I guess I can maybe see why some people enjoy this, and think she's cute. But I dunno, I kind of prefer heroines with personalities beyond being a rabid feline? The main guy is boring as hell. There's nothing outstanding about him. He's rich. He's supposed to be... See full review
This is BY FAR the best manwha I have ever read in my life the story is better then any other that I have read and is even better than any anime I have ever seen (which is ALOT) if I could give this 100/10 stars that still wouldn't be enough to even begin to say how good this series was!!!! I'll admit though this series is not for those who are squeamish or don't like any gore though if you fall into the latter of the two still give it a try! I hate gore in manwha but I still LOVED this series as the way the gore is used fits perfectly into the story and isn't used to just as a horror prop If you... See full review
It's a good read,but it takes a hell lot of time to progress In some matches it just seems like the creators are trying to stretch the story for a long run It's really bothersome also the thing about flashback/backtory of the characters are mostly false and exaggerating *spoiler*(They literally showed jack the ripper a murderer as some of kind saint). Apart from this minor details the manga is actually good( if you ignore to use your brain) and just focus on fighting sequence. Just give it a try and decide on your own....See full review
Definitely a manga to be read, A fairly mature take on the MC's short journey, exploring an intriguing concept of the value of a human lifespan and what people might be willing to trade it for. Would have loved a deeper exploration of the topic, but still a very good story and worth investing time into reading.See full review
i hate the male lead so much, even if there's a bit of character development for him i cant deal with his behavior. the female lead is bad too but not as bad, i could feel rage building up inside of me as i read the manhwa.See full review
The humor of this series is kinda discomfiting, 'cause it's making light of rape and rape victims. It's based in the Big Penis Delusion--the idea that big dicks are universal satisfiers--and treats "rape" and "rough sex" as being synonymous with each other. In addition to that, the plot is all over the place and drops premises as soon as it picks them up (e.g. the curses). The art is unappealing and boring. The characters and world-building are one-dimensional. There are some bare breats and some implied handjobs, but the erotica aspects honestly just aren't erotic... See full review
It's hard for me to write a somewhat coherent review for this manga, for the fact that I barely liked one issue whilst enjoying the rest.
Reading The Legend of Annatour was more of a chore for me to get the manga finished from when I started it back in 2017. I didn't remember much about it other than the fact I didn't really like the first issue, giving it 2.5 / 5 stars over on GoodReads. I wanted to finish it off rather than just leave it lying around and to be honest, I very much enjoyed the first volume upon re-reading it. Then the second volume just seemed to lag on and never end, and the... See full review
I've only read a couple chapters and am intrigued to read more. but I stopped because this book reminds me of Sengoku Komachi Kuroutan: Noukou Giga. It follows the same idea, the protaganist goes along with the same historic figure Oda. I think you should read the book I suggested after reading this one if you're after the same idea of book, but it overall is a good book.See full review
I have mixed feelings with this story. I hate the father, he's trash, like wtf you suddenly brought your daughter by your own accord and for some reason all her mistakes are her fault???? what's wrong with you :) also he misgender her so much, how is she suddenly your son just because you say so wtf and the father is no the only one who misgender her everyone just assume she is a man because. that's it. In the other side i liked to read about a fl who can actually protect herself and doesn't dependent in her love interest i could have overlook everything but, but, but in the last episodes fl made... See full review
I went into Blue Heaven because it was recommended on a list of top horror mangas that lovers of the genre should read. Being a psychological thriller alongside drawn gore, I didn't expect too much from it but I really underestimated this. Although I wasn't in the mood to read psychological horror, the manga itself managed to put me in the mindset to fully enjoy it and that's somewhat rare for me - for a manga to take a toll and allow me to sit back and fully enjoy what it has in store.
The story in this is really enjoyable. It touches on dark tones of terrorism and racism but in an almost... See full review
I am surprised there's no comedy tag for this! I haven't laughed this much at a manhwa before, the humor is so funny, and overall this story is very enjoyable! I really liked how we got to see the MC grow stronger like he isn't immediately OP but once he grows older, the man is a beast!! I loved this so much, the arcs are so entertaining, especially when he gets the MC gets disciples! Overall such a great read that is criminally underrated, I highly recommend it!!See full review
Read: February 12th 2019
Read for MAL's Manga Reading Challenge - Read a series with one to five volumes
Recommended on a list of top horror mangas to read, I added Ibitsu to my to read list a short while ago; seeing a challenge to read a manga series that was only 1-5 volumes, I very happily headed over to Ibitsu, settled down and started reading it.
The artwork on the cover was what originally drew me to this; it's unsettling, it looks creepy enough and I was actually prepared for this to let me down - many horror mangas with unnerving covers tend to be weak with a snazzy cover to... See full review
Jisatsu Circle is an adaptation of the Suicide Club film released in 2002 written and directed by Sion Sono. The manga was originally meant to follow the film, however, Sono asked Usamaru Furuya to put his own spin on the story, giving the franchise a fresh makeover and a new plotline.
Having not watched the original film, reading Jisatsu Circle was my first look into this franchise and I was a little hesitant. It took me a while to decide if I would read the manga or watch the film first and I finally decided on the manga as it was a somewhat 'alternate universe' to the original... See full review
Line is a manga written by Yua Kotegawa and following school student Chiko as she finds a cellphone. Tormented by someone on the end of the line, Chiko is sent on a mission around her city to save people from committing suicide.
This is a really intriguing manga with a solid concept. It's unique and I've never stumbled across anything like this before. The story was executed perfectly across its four chapters and I'm glad that it was as short as it was. Extending this manga would have caused repetition throughout it and Kotegawa managed to toe the line between repetition and plot point perfectly... See full review
As a massive fan of Takashi Miike, I was surprised I hadn't ever heard of the manga for One Missed Call. Being one of my first Miike movies, I've always had a small soft spot for the franchise, so upon finding the manga series, I immediately rushed into it.
My average manga score was finally starting to increase and look better, sigh.
This was pretty much an insult to Takashi Miike's franchise. An insult is pretty much putting it nicely.
The artwork just seemed lazy with two of the characters in the second volume looking so similar you couldn't tell them apart. The story followed the... See full review
Really short, sweet story. Good art, kind of odd ending. There's a lot of unanswered questions.See full review
Though the series is not completed I quite enjoy this story so far. It's filled with drama which is very fun, but can be a little much if you aren't in the mood. It mainly follows the character Tetsuo In his journey of cello along with Ikumi who is one of the main motivators of the plot. The pain and struggle Tetsuo feels when comparing himself to Ikumi who is a child prodigy could be very relatable for many people. This manga shows how painful it can truly be falling out of love with a friend. Falling out of a platonic love can be just as hard as falling out of a romantic one and I think this captures that... See full review
Levius was a beautiful manga. It's quite long if you are reading the omnibus version, I couldn't quite get through it in one go at 666 pages long. As I read it I was seemingly captured by the beautiful art and incredible fight scenes. It has a captivating story line with eye-catching action. You will find yourself wanting to continue reading it page after page as you keep wondering how the fights may end. Each character has unique designs equipped with intricate pieces of tech. The world and lore of the story seem very thought out and are incredibly interesting. I would reccomend this to someone who enjoys... See full review
Started out great and I really loved it until the first arc ended making the story go in another direction Another thing is I read a spoiler by mystake saying how it ends so I dropped itSee full review
I truly don't know why more people don't know about this masterpiece. It's got one of the best storylines I've ever read and the characters are absolutely amazing, each character has their own story and in this story, it's like everyone's the main character of their own stories, not just the actual mc. All in all this is more than worth the read.See full review
After getting over the hilarious plot point thats far too simular to "my parents sold me to one direction", it's not really good. They kind of forgot to give the main character a personality and they made her family extremely evil for no reason. The explanation for their abuse is that she couldn't do the magic sewing, but she'd been shunned even before that. They're just the type of people who are unnecessarily absuive for the plot. Also the girl has her previous life's memeories but they don't actually help her or really do anything in the story. This is just like 'I Belong to the House... See full review
The story is not bad and even a little creative at its core, but prepare to suffer with the insufferable twat that is the MC.See full review
DON'T EVER VIEW GIWOO'S AND LUMI'S RELATIONSHIP AS ROMANTIC. FULL BLOWN TRIGGER WARNINGS: GROOMING, GASLIGHTING, MANIPULATION, BLACKMAILING, COERCING, RAPING, STEPDAUGHTER AND STEPFATHER INCEST... all from ONE person - the Male Lead, Giwoo. The story is good, but some readers don't seem to realize that the relationship is toxic. I've seen commenters say, "I want a happy ending for them" or "You read the tags and should have known what to expect, get out of here if you don't like it. Stop criticising their relationship. Go back to your safe space" (to which I'd like to reply: the... See full review
This manga focuses on a mysterious cafe "Nekoya", its owner and on the different races, who come to eat delicious food there. Regardless of who you are: a demon, a human, a gnome - all this does not matter. Because no matter who you are, there is one thing that makes any race similar: the love of delicious food and in “Nekoya” cafe you can find more than enough delicacies that will delight even avid gourmets. “Nekoya” on normal days is no different from any other cafe, but every Saturday it opens its door to the inhabitants of other parts of the universe. You can easily... See full review
OMGGG!! This is ANMAZING! I Love This Manga So MUCH!! I also LOVED THE ENDING!! and This manga is great to read! I REALLY REALLY REALLY REALLY Recommond This manga 1000/10 JUST AMAZING! But I would really like if there was a part 2 of this.See full review
i remember reading this manga at the library when i was younger, hoping that none of the other kids in the comic section would think i was too girly for reading it. chocomimi is such a cute and pure series with lovely outfit design. you can really tell the mangaka put a lot of love into it - i was super sad to find out they passed away. chocomimi will always have a place in my heart as one of the first manga i ever read. (if anyone knows where i can find a scanlation or other way to read it online, hit me up.)See full review
Is there any website or like anything that sell this book?See full review
They had you going in the story getting all hooked and then they have the worst trashy rush ending in the world that leaves you so disappointed that you low key want to break your phoneSee full review
I read this manga more than 3 times. It's so cute and adorable, I really love how the story goes and journey, their relationship. It so awesome.See full review
ohk Let me first review this for me this is just a masterpiece with tons of wholesome scenes and like the there aren't many love rivals the one that is a love rival is a outstanding character itself and if we talk about the main character then I would just say one thing its just great seriously u won't find this level of wholesmeness anywhere else like shikimori is smart, intelligent, overprotective of her bf, loved by everyone and super cool.....and on the other hand Izumi he is not a loner he has good grades not dumb, knows how to express his feelings, doesn;t chicken out, he is unlucky but kind to... See full review
This manhwa is so good! I love it! It's so underrated.See full review
The story is super good. But till now the orginal character sketch is still confucing, which makes it wanting more chapters to read. I personally love it.See full review
The reclusive Mikage and the tall Nanahoshi live together in a plant-filled apartment. We see lots of leaves and branches sticking out in the backgrounds, which is pretty cool. There are also random tidbits of botanical trivia thrown in. Mikage is able to talk more easily when it's related to plants. The two main characters both like plants, but more importantly, they both like each other. There's a confession or reaffirmation of their feelings for each other in basically every chapter. The manga attempts to include some low-stakes relationship tension as they start building up trust and... See full review
This manga is really good also its anime adaptation is top notch,give it a try i am sure you won't be disappointed.See full review
It is a simple and sweet shoujo manga. Despite it being quite short, you get to know the characters well enough to propel the story forward. It does seem rushed in some areas but again this is due to the lack of chapters. The art is actually incredibly done, it's been a while since I've seen a main male character so differently drawn and still incredibly attractive. The art had a whimsical feel about it within every panel Overall, if you enjoy shoujo and having a male lead being 100% devoted to the female lead, then this is a cute little story that you will be able to enjoy.See full review
My favorite manga of all time, this cute and twisted love story literally had me in tears but also tears of joy. The reviews for this aren't what they seem, whenever I need a good manga to go back to this is my first pick! My top 5See full review
This Was a Great manga! but this is my opinion but i felt like when i went to ch 37 i just didn't like it for something I might come back to reading it becasue it was a very good one I would Really recommend this manga!See full review