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Franken Fran

BrainBlow's avatar
Jun 7, 2010

Lets just make this perfectly clear: I am not amongst the faint of heart. I do not get sick upon the sight of animals that are torn open, I do not feel like fainting at the sight of blood, I giggled during a tour at a slaughterhouse, but I went to take a hot shower after reading Franken Fran. I already have to tell you, the reader, that this manga is extremely taste based. Many people have backed off from this manga due to gore alone and have barely made it past 3 chapters. If you can't handle huge loads of blood and gore then reading through this manga will be like dragging your brain through a meat... See full review

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

D.Gray-Man

animefinder's avatar
Jun 6, 2010

 Story:  D. Gray-Man is about an teenage exorcist named Allen Walker in an organization called the "Black Order", killing these creatures called "Akuma", which are machinelike creatures built from a person's hatred in their hearts. These creatures are made by this dude that reminds me of Mary Poppins a little bit ,called The Millanium Earl. Allen and his fellow exorcists have to kick ass and beat The Millanium Earl. I found the concept of the Akuma and the weapons the exorcists use (weapons with these things called innocence) interesting becuase I found them to be original. But... See full review

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

Gunsmith Cats

xiongchiamiov's avatar
Jun 6, 2010

Gunsmith Cats is all about guns, muscle cars, and sexy girls.  While the story isn't anything particularly amazing, the action is constant, and I had no trouble reading a few hundred pages at a time.  New characters are introduced often enough to keep things interesting, but infrequently enough that I could actually keep track of them.Kenichi Sonada initially made a Riding Bean manga, but after some difficulties with the publisher, he revamped it a bit and made Rally Vincent the focus.  This was a good marketing move, as Rally is goddamn sexy (and kickass, like an American girl should... See full review

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

His Favorite

mangarox14's avatar
Jun 5, 2010

It's not your typical boy's love manga. Instead of what you'd expect, a couple of hot guys struggling with their relationship, rather it's one hot guy with a strange streak of sadism and a long-lasting affection for his crush from childhood, who isn't so hot. While it seems a bit childish in backgrounds, the actual art of important areas is well done. Also, the story is cute and serious enough to keep you waiting for more. All in all, it's worth checking out.

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9/10 story
7/10 art
9/10 characters
8.5/10 overall

Mars

Gothferret's avatar
Jun 5, 2010

Best romance manga ever. Perfect beginning, middle, and end. Kira and Rei's love will tug at your heart strings till the very end.

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

Hunter x Hunter

Gothferret's avatar
Jun 5, 2010

From the creators of Yu Yu Hakasho comes a beautiful story of friendship, determination, overcoming obsticals, and making the best of the worst. The characters are wonderfully developed by the situations they are presented in and you will be rooting for them throughout the story. My personal favorite since I've read it, and continue to.

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

Sayonara, Zetsubou-Sensei

Gothferret's avatar
Jun 5, 2010

The story changes depending on the subject matter of each chapter but the characters create a witty and funny experience for the individual subject. If you enjoy laughing at other peoples' and societies obvious mistakes presented in dry humor, you are sure to enjoy this manga.

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

Gravitation EX

animefinder's avatar
Jun 3, 2010

Here's my review on the sequel of the original comical manga Gravitation, Gravitation Extra/Genzo. *sighs*   Story: It is the continuation of the first Gravi, but it seems to focus more on the relationships of Yuki and Shuichi, instead of both the band side and romance aspect, which is fine I suppose but it doesn't make much sense. *spoilers* Ryuichi loves Shuichi? WTF? He seems to like him platonically, not romanticaly in the original. and Tohma is super obssesive over Yuki again? >___< The non romantic plotlines with Kitazawa's son, Riku and Ryuichi are interesting... See full review

6/10 story
9/10 art
4/10 characters
6/10 overall

Kitchen Princess

yasmin09's avatar
Jun 3, 2010

Story: The plot seemed decent at first glance. However, everything about this manga boiled down to a typical, generic shoujo storyline. Trait 1: Plain average girl who is fairly kind but lacks any other distinguishing trait garners the love and attention from the school's hot shots aka the guys all the girls love. Trait 2: She gets the mean eye from the model in class who's jealous of her because the love of her life likes the main female instead of herself. Trait 3: Everyone, and I mean everyone, has to love the girl because she's just so sweet. Yeah, the main line was extremely predicatable and... See full review

4/10 story
4.5/10 art
3.5/10 characters
4.5/10 overall

A Cat that Loved a Fish

FRUBA911's avatar
May 29, 2010

A Cat That Loved A Fish is a heart warming tale about forbidden love. The short romantic story starts off with the apparence that a couple in love are admiring fish in an aquarium. In actual fact they are brother and sister. The story goes on to talk about desires and longings for things such as wings from the characters (nameless). Overall it's a good read.

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

Apocalypse Meow

musicaficta's avatar
May 26, 2010

In the tradition of Maus I & II: A Survivor's Story, My Father Bleeds History (by Art Spiegelman, 1986) comes Apocalypse Meow (by Kobayashi Motofumi, 1998) - a manga about the Vietnamese war from the perspective of a small group of American soldiers portrayed as rabbits. At first, I just wanted to read something with as great a name as Apocalypse Meow.  After getting into the first 8 chapters, however, I would recommend this manga to teachers of American or World History.  Anyone interested in wartime history might also enjoy it.  I do have some issues with the characters - I think... See full review

8/10 story
10/10 art
7/10 characters
9/10 overall

Yotsuba&!

LeGo's avatar
May 23, 2010

Recuerdo el dia aun..Fui a mi libreria habitual,estuve mirando un poco a ver que tomos comprar de las series que estaba haciendo,cuando de repente lo vi,enfrente de mi,el tomo 1 de Yotsuba!,lo mire y dije..este dibujo me suena,mire rapidamente el autor y si,era Kiyohiko Azuma un maestro de la carcajada,el autor de Azumanga Daioh.No me lo pense 2 veces,habian 4 tomos,compre los 4 sin dudarlo,sabia que tenia que ser buena,Azumanga es genial,Yotsuba! tenia que serlo...Y lo es...¡¡Vaya si lo es!!Es capaz de sacarte una sonrisa de algo tan cotidiano como pueda ser un aire acondicionado,un paseo en... See full review

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

Neon Genesis Evangelion: Angelic Days

lordsess18's avatar
May 3, 2010

   It's not often that fans of a particular series find any type of a spinoff of that series as charming, compelling, or absorbing. So, how much more rare to find all three in one of the most controversial and talked about anime of all-time! While die-hard proponents of Neon Genesis may take offense at Angelic Days I for one do not. In fact, It is quite refreshing to see one of the alternate universes from the end of the series come to life and still stay true to the core of each character. That is except Rei. She goes from having less personality than a wet mop to a very interesting character... See full review

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

Gravitation

animefinder's avatar
May 2, 2010

Here's My review of the classical Shonen-ai GravitationSTORY:    An 18 year-old high school student, named Shuichi Shindo wants to become a great rock star in Japan with his best friend, Hiro Nakano. One day, when Shuichi had to make lyrics for a love song, his lyrics got grabbed in the wind and landed into the cold and handsome romance novelist, Eiri Yuki's, hand. Yuki looks at his lyrics and disses it for being poorly written. Even though Shuichi didn't like Yuki, He believed that he fell in love with Yuki at first sight. And just doesn't know why but wants to be with Yuki. And does what... See full review

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

Fate/Stay Night

Daschmi's avatar
Apr 30, 2010

I find that the Manga is far more story intensive than the Anime (which is true in most cases). The story developments such as Saber being made a servant of Caster is a twist that never made it to the Anime, which i saw first. Other twists that I think should have made it to the Anime are:  Sakura using the last Command Spell in the Manga to make Rider save her brother Shingi Matao (following his fall off of the tower following his battle with Emiya) instead of Matao being killed off by Beserker and Illyasviel in the tower following his loss to Saber and Emiya. Although the manga is still making it to... See full review

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

Honey x Honey Drops

mymotherlovesme's avatar
Apr 30, 2010

very nice story with love taste that give you goosebumps, I hope that the author writes more stories like this and I encourage that more people would be waiting for new books that would be coming in from this amazing writer. thanks very much and hope great stories do come to the mind that need to be released.

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

Welcome to the NHK!

cassiesheepgirl's avatar
Apr 26, 2010

Story: People are f****d up! Society is f****d up! The whole damn world is f****d up! Right, now I’ve got that off my chest, shall we begin? Welcome to the NHK follows the many trials and tribulations of Tatsuhiro Satou – a young NEET (Not in Education, Employment or Training), who refuses to leave his apartment. One fateful day he meets Misaki, a young girl who takes pity on him and decides to make Satou her ‘project’ and enable him to re-enter society. Along with both help and hindrance from his old friend Yamazaki and their plans to create the world’s most epic erotic... See full review

8/10 story
9/10 art
8.5/10 characters
8.5/10 overall

Gravitation

LetsDrawTogether's avatar
Apr 24, 2010

OMG THER GAY THS IS WEERD AWKWWWWEEERD Well, that was pretty much my first impression of this. I didn't know it was yaoi when I checked out at my public library, and my oh my was I in for a shock. I had read a few copies of a different yaoi, but this is the first I've read the whole way through, and it was great.Let's kick this off with a review of the story!WARNING!!! I WILL talk about the story here. I will try my hardest not to spoil anything, but if you want to play it safe I suggest scrolling down to the "Art" section and so forth of this review. Thanks!So, the lead character is Shuichi... See full review

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

Samurai Harem: Asu no Yoichi

Tatakai's avatar
Apr 21, 2010

Story:A boy named yoichi descends from the mountains, where he has spent his whole life, and lives in the city. They mix it up by making him live in a dojo with 3 girls and the shenanigans caused from his niave nature and bad luck.Overall the story wasn't that impressive from where I stopped. It seemed more life a slice of life than an actual samurai epic. As a comedy/slice of life it wasn't too impressive and seemed to rely on the panty shots and partial nudity he always runs into.Art:Was decent but not really wowing.Characters:The male protagonist, Yoichi, is a boy who lived in the mountains with his... See full review

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

Saikyou Koibana

akito's avatar
Apr 20, 2010

i loved it a lot & i wish there was more to go on. i was so wraped in it that i at times didnt want to stop reading it.

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

Little Little

Otaku108's avatar
Apr 18, 2010

This was one of those titles rarely made or even attempted by artists. There was next to no dialog at all and so the creator used typical expressions and situations to convey the characters emotions and reactions.Story:There wasn't a whole lot to it, each chapter was only a few pages long and at 8 chapters with no dialog the story was there but might as well have been a thin veil covering the title as a whole. Cute and charming was pretty much how it went.Art:I was impressed here not due to how detailed or scenic the artwork was, which was still pretty nice, but it was mainly how the mangaka told the story... See full review

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

Zombie-Loan

MabiMiku's avatar
Apr 17, 2010

I first got into Zombie-Loan quite a while ago and watched a few episodes of the anime then forgot about it. Then later, I remembered about it again and watched the rest of the anime. By that time, I'd started getting into manga more than anime, so I started reading the manga. The anime is very close to the manga, no fillers or anything. As I read the manga more, I came to love it more. The story can get a bit complicated at parts, but overall it's really exciting, and often chapters end on a cliffhanger, leaving me waiting eagerly for the next chapter to be released. There are hints of... See full review

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

Highschool of the Dead

TheSage11's avatar
Apr 17, 2010

I love this It mixed my Three Favorite things: Weman, Zombies, And Weapons Because Of this I can't what for them to get off thier hiatus and make another undead pycho auesome manga and I really can't wait for the Anime there making too..........Thos Maga have Action packed drama with heart-felt love scene that can make you cry as the Zombie Rip there flesh apart.........I Swear On my great grandmas Grave that if you start reading it you won't stop til the end but thats just my Thought.........Favorite Month of this years going to be July because of this manga......

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

Marugoto Anju Gakuen

TheSage11's avatar
Apr 17, 2010

I Thought this Manga Rocked but then At the End Of the 20 chapter they left it open for more like a battle or something, then said Sorry This is the Last chapter and I was pissed I was fun to read and had made me sad all at the same time......................

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7/10 story
9/10 art
8/10 characters
8/10 overall

Hana-Kimi: For You in Full Blossom

cag1127's avatar
Apr 13, 2010

This was my all time favourite since I read it! I was funny. cute, admirable, and most of all-- it makes sense!

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9.5/10 story
9/10 art
8.5/10 characters
9/10 overall

Beast Master

starweaver's avatar
Apr 13, 2010

I thought this was a really good manga!  The characters were so adorable and it was funny and romantic.  I highly reccomend this to anyone who loves adorable characters, funny moments, and romance.

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7/10 story
8/10 art
9/10 characters
8/10 overall

Highschool of the Dead

Karasuma's avatar
Apr 10, 2010

Highschool of the Dead was the very first manga I ever read. I went through the available chapters after a couple days. And was dissappointed when I found out it was on hiatus.However this one just about tops the list as one of my favorite mangas of all time. I was completely taken back by the high level of blood, guts and action all over the place. When they found the gun/ammo locker and the Humvee and started blasting headshots on passing zombies. I think the story is very good even though it isn't really origional. You of course have a mall with some other crazy survivors. A stuck-up rich companion who's... See full review

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

Negima! Magister Negi Magi

Karasuma's avatar
Apr 10, 2010

When I actually started reading this I didn't know it was an Akatsuki manga. The same person that wrote/drew Love Hina. Though there was a huge time gap between Love Hina and Mahou Sensei Negima!. The only reason I really even noticed was because the art work looked familar, so I checked the author. But since I now knew that Akatsuki was writing this manga, I knew it was going to be good.This was the first manga I'd read that was centered around magic. As I kept reading from the start, the story got deeper and much more interesting. There are a lot of parts in this manga that are very surprising... See full review

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

Kitchen Princess

Egyptchan's avatar
Apr 6, 2010

Name: Kitchen PrincessGenre: Romance, School Life, CookingPlot: Najika Kazami, an excellent cook whose past is littered with the tragedy of her pastry chef parents' death, moves to boarding school Seika Academy to find the boy who pulled her out of her grief at a young age. Along the way she makes friends and enemies, falls in love and, of course, cooks many delicious recipes.Rating: 7/10 or 3 out of 5 stars.Why: Kitchen Princess is a light and fun read. The characters are not particularly deep, nor is the art very detailed or stand-out, but the plot is a more original one and thus that gives the manga a... See full review

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

Lucky Star

Egyptchan's avatar
Apr 6, 2010

Name: Lucky StarGenre: Comedy, Slice-of-Life, School Life, 4-komaPlot: Lucky Star centers around the high-school lives of Konata, Kagami, Kagami's twin sister Tsukasa, and the girls' friends and supporting cast of high school classmates. It is a comedy 4-koma with some slice-of-life mixed in. There is no larger plot or goal.Rating: 8.5/10 or 4 stars of 5.Why: I found Lucky Star to be very enjoyable to read. I enjoyed being able to pick it up, read a couple strips on the go and then set it down. Most of the jokes are not laugh-out-loud; its brand of comedy seems to be more of the type to bring a smile to... See full review

8/10 story
8.5/10 art
9/10 characters
8.5/10 overall

Aria

Egyptchan's avatar
Apr 6, 2010

Name: ARIAGenre: Slice-of-LifePlot: Akari Mizunashi travels to Mars in the year 2301. The polar ice caps have been melted and 90% of the planet's surface is now covered in water. Akari wishes to live in the planet's exact replica if Italy's Venice (aptly named Neo-Venezia) and pursue her dream of becoming a top-rate gondolier.Rating: 10/10, 5 out of 5 StarsWhy: Great manga. ARIA relaxes you and makes you laugh at the same time. The art for the background is very picturesque; however, it may move too slowly for some and is definitely not for everyone. If you enjoy a good slice-of-life story and are a... See full review

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

I Am Here!

blueangel06661's avatar
Apr 4, 2010

I think this is the first story I've given all 10 points to. The overall story is really cute and easy to relate to in todays terms. Personally I got out of it, that regardless of what happens you can always find a way to to be happy and that relying on someone isn't really a bad thing and they might just want to be there to help you ^^. Having experienced this [not to this extent] but I found the manga really relate-able and a nice read.The art was really cute and fitting. The characters had a bit of unique but typical shojo feel to them which I actually like. The characters also... See full review

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

Dance in the Vampire Bund

phantomit's avatar
Apr 2, 2010

i really liked this story i found it to be very enjoyable. the ideas that Nozomu Tamaki uses to describe an alliance between the vampires and werewolves was a brilliant idea while most of the media has them pitted against one another he has a traditional "family serving family like scenario that is common in many other anime, and there isn't much suppression on the vampires part to make the wolfs want to cause and uprising so this factor is completely removed. the main characters are very likeable, Mina Tepes and Akira. they have... See full review

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

Bitter Virgin

nasreen10's avatar
Mar 24, 2010

Story: Boy is a womanizer and only doesn't like this one girl because he thinks she's putting on a facade. Boy finds out that girl has a dark past and grows to accept and love her. Obstacles are put in his path but his feelings only get stronger. Although this sounds cliche, Bitter Virgin was far from it. The dark past of Hinako is so moving and sad that you become engrossed by her. Also, one the most realistic endings I have read. It was bittersweet. Although it wasn't completely happy, it was satisfying. Dramatic, Romantic, Action, with bits of humor thrown in as well.Art: It was good. The plot behind it... See full review

9/10 story
7/10 art
9/10 characters
8.5/10 overall

sola

blueangel06661's avatar
Mar 24, 2010

Though being a shorter version of the anime. The manga does not really go in depth about the characters and story. Without watching the anime before hand I'm sure I would have been totally lost as to what is going on. Sola the manga follows all of the events of the anime nearly precisely just leaving out minor events [and much details as to who everyone is] Even then it is still a nice quick read.

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

Dear Boys

fahrizal's avatar
Mar 24, 2010

it's the coolest sport manga that i had ever read. it tell us about friendship, spirit, and many more. i like aikawa very much. he is cool, awesome, and funny. i wonder if i had a such skill like aikawa have.

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

King of Hell

Zedducius's avatar
Mar 24, 2010

While the story is slightly weak in what its about (save the world) how it tells it is rather interesting.  I can say that because the main character is in many ways one of the most rude characters I have seen.  Not crude or mean.  But rude.  Deep down he has a good heart though.Basically it takes place during a time where martial art's rule the world.  No real "magic" per say.  Just lots of strong spiritual force is abound.  If you like Martial arts, and don't want to have a "perfect" main character.  This is a manga for you :)

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9/10 story
9/10 art
8/10 characters
8.5/10 overall

Are You Alice?

TragicMaiden's avatar
Mar 22, 2010

"Are You Alice" is an interesting manga,at first it looks like based on book ,,Alice in Wonderland" by Lewis Carroll, but on the second hand, it is more interpretation, than following of the book.    Young boy comes to Wonderland. One of the first thing that he sees is a parade. Wandering through crowd he bumps into the Cheashire Cat, who calls him...Alice and wants him to meet the Queen of Hearts. (Yeah, that's right - the Alice of this manga is a boy.)    This manga becomes complicated, when Regret appears and tries to kill Alice, but Mad Hatter saves his life... See full review

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

Beach Stars

Pemi84's avatar
Mar 20, 2010

Beach Stars is a classic sport manga.Young girl who loves volleybal,but her team is cancelled,and she find a beach volleybal. Tries to make her own team,but the ways is hard..It's nice made manga.Characters aren't well introduce since it's about sport,so it's known only a few from their personalities.I would tell that art is really nice,because I have seen many ''ugly'' manga(I don't read it unless I like the art),but this one is classic,well-made and It's easy to keep orientation on the pages. I recomend this manga :-D

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7/10 story
8/10 art
5/10 characters
6.5/10 overall

1/2 Prince

NekoKriszty's avatar
Mar 19, 2010

Original date of add: 29th Aug, 2009 I have just finished reading 1/2 prince. It's not a manga, because it's Taiwanese, but it's awesome. Full of bishies, some BL goodiness (but none of it is really BL, every guy who seems to be in love with a guy is actually in love with a girl), boobies, great action scenes, romance, and HUMOR HUMOR HUMOR. And it even taught me expressions my WoW-fan brother kept saying but I never understood. I can only recommend it.

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

Shugo Chara!

NekoKriszty's avatar
Mar 19, 2010

If anybody is deciding whether to read the manga or watch the anime first: I strongly recommend the manga. The anime made some changes that I don't think benefit the story, added boring transformation sequences, and has long-ass boring fillers. Now, that that's off my chest... My favourite magical girl. :D Why? The protagonist, Amu is actually cute; not the "dojikko" type who just falls off every stair and is adorable by making small mistakes and such. She acts strong, and everybody admires her for being "cool and spicy"; but she can't be stereotyped into the "best of... See full review

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

Loveless

NekoKriszty's avatar
Mar 19, 2010

This week was my third time reading Loveless. Before I review, I'd like to say that this is the only boyxboy pairing manga that I have read and liked, not counting doujinshi.So, what is it in this particular comic that makes me disregard the flaws, weird characterizations, guys who look like girls, and the pedophilia? The genuine feelings of the main character, a 12 year old boy who is the receiver of child abuse from his psychopath mother, a witness of his brother's - who is his sole defender and role model - brutal murder and the victim of schizophrenia. This boy, Aoyagi Ritsuka, seems like someone who... See full review

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

Zombie-Loan

AmeKage's avatar
Mar 15, 2010

This is an awesome manga! This is my all-time favorite. I love it because it's so unique. It has a lot of elements that appear generic, but totally catch you by surprise. Lately, it seems that there are a lot of very predictable manga. You see two guy characters and a girl character that are forced together by fate, and the first thing you think is "reverse harem", or that there's going to be a love triangle. In this manga, it's different. Someone's undead, shouldn't they angst about it? There are bishounen, so isn't there fanservice? Weak-willed female character, doesn't she stay that way until... See full review

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

Midori Days

grimtotem's avatar
Mar 9, 2010

It's a really entertaining little love story between what starts as just a boy and a girl and then takes one of the most comedic turns I've seen in a long long time. Brought to you by the same author/artist as "Ai Kora", it's got all the comedy and brief moments of drama you really love to see. A few scene here and there involving toplessness but beyond that it's not too "ecchi" for most readers.I definitely reccommend it to all the "Ai Kora" fans out there, as well as to anyone just lookin for a few quick laughs.Plus you can sit down and rad the entire 80 chapter series in a... See full review

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

Welcome to the NHK!

Omurqi's avatar
Mar 2, 2010

Another manga I had put off for way too long. And yet, I think it’s a good thing I didn’t read it directly after the anime, for there are some major differences in terms of story progression, even though the tone in both is more or less the same. Welcome to the NHK! is, on the surface, a show about society- and personal problems we face in the modern day. On a different level, it is a story about depression and addiction. The male lead of the story, Satou Tatsuhiro, is a college dropout with issues. He has been a hikkikomori (someone who has locked himself indoors, afraid of social... See full review

?/10 story
?/10 art
?/10 characters
9.3/10 overall

Highschool of the Dead

ZombieChan's avatar
Mar 1, 2010

Ahh...High school life, Flirting, dating, sports, parties......and Zombies. Like in most cases of Zombies a lethal virus is in the air, and so the world is in chaos, with people just trying to keep from becoming snackies. At Fujimi Private High School a small group of students and the school nurse have escaped from their dead classmates and are now trying to figure out what is going on, and what they must do to survive.**I cannot stress enough about how this manga is so bloody awesome. The art work is wonderful, the characters are unique, and the story is soooo Zombietatsic. I love this... See full review

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

Billion Girl

ZombieChan's avatar
Mar 1, 2010

Ahhh...Poor Poor Poor Ooba Kanoko, she is treated like a slave at her parents shop by her older sisters. They even say her name as "Oobaka noko", meaninf "Stupid Kid". She cooks and cleans, and even works hard at school. How could Life get much worse?!? Well it can, and it did. Her parents loose what money they had and everything they own is being repossessed, but something strange happens. A man, looking rough, unclean, and homeless, offers to buy Ooba.  **This is your run of the mill shoujo manga. But still the story has some twists and turns that keep you on your... See full review

6/10 story
5.5/10 art
6/10 characters
6.5/10 overall

Trinity Blood

atticusblackwolf's avatar
Feb 28, 2010

If you watched the anime, I'd suggust you should read the manga. The storyline and plot are so much better. The ending of the anime left me sititng there thinking.....what just happened? This is another one of my favorite mangas. It  has a cute style and the charactors are so much better. You learn more about them and some of them are much more developed.The art style is very pretty and has alot more attention to detail, in comparison the anime charactor designs seem plain. PS: If you read volume two you can find this little slug in random panels through. It shows up quite a few times. I... See full review

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

Antique Bakery

atticusblackwolf's avatar
Feb 28, 2010

I love this manga. It's one of the ones I always go back to reading. The art is wonderful and you get to love the carectors.It's a carector driven manga. As the story goes along you learn more about the carectors, thier pasts and love how they interact with eachother. I'd for sure ahare this manga with friends. They'd better be sure to return my copy though!! I keep reading it over and over again.

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8/10 story
8/10 art
9/10 characters
8.5/10 overall

Naruto

TheLoser22's avatar
Feb 28, 2010

This series hates me.  For the last four or so years, I've just been coming back to Naruto over and over hoping things will get better, but it just keeps hurting and tormenting me. I liked reading all of the beginning chapters, I really did. I enjoyed feeling Naruto's plight, I loved the ensemble of main and supporting characters, I thought many of the beginning villains were a right blend of creepy and tragic, I just don't know what happened.  As a person who once grew up with both Dragonball series, I had a deep understanding of shounen inner workings and didn't mind that they had to... See full review

1/10 story
?/10 art
8/10 characters
4.5/10 overall