Story: Pretty shite compared to others if you ask me. The thing had a story line but that was about it, nothing about makes any sense!? The authors didn't even make an attempt to make things realistic. Sure, they tried to deliver a message in the end, but definitely not in the right way. Art: If anything was to make up for this shite, it'll be the art. That's all I'll say for art, it's pretty obvious how good this is just reading one chapter of it. Shame that such good art gets fucked over with a shitty everything else. Characters: Ok I can rant here for days if I could. But people who read this would... See full review
This is a story about reincarnation, cultivation, revenge and romance. It's a story similar to many others, but it's better done than most. The art is good and the characters are believable. If you have liked other cultivation manhuas or manhwas you very well may like this.See full review
I admit, my first contact with this work was through the anime that just started airing this season (Winter 2019). I'm a romantic by nature, so I tend to gravitate towards that genre, but I'm usually disappointed by the fact that most of the stories have to throw so much comedy into the mix that it just becomes unreasonable. After one episode of this anime though, I was hooked. It had everything, romance, comedy, drama, ecchi, but all told in a reasonable down-to-earth manner that was believable enough to think that it really could happen this way (I've lived long enough to see a lot of these things happen... See full review
I like this manga, to be honest. And I was almost sure I wouldn't. Firstly, it's old. 1970s old. Secondly, it's about adolescent boys. Thirdly, the art-style is sketchy and cute. Nevertheless, the story is sad and compelling, the artwork complements the story well, adding a dreamy, whimsical quality to the tale, and the writing is good, with some interesting lines like the following: "... My life is ... secluded. ... Secretly ... I'm sealed in a jar ..." The story takes place in a weekday boarding school for middle school-aged boys. The protagonist is Eric, an angsty 14-year-old who was... See full review
This is a love simple story. A lonely man(who is also a wizard/alchemist) has a girl as his companion. The girl fell in love with him and asks him to make a love potion for her. This is as much I can write without giving any spoiler. Just read the manga yourself. It's a one shot. Won't cost much of a time.See full review
I don't usually read manga, in fact, I think this is the only manga I've ever completed (reading manga takes too long), so I'm mainly comparing this to the anime version and other anime I've watched. The only reason I read Nisekoi is because I wanted to know the whole story rather than wait for the anime to come out (The anime's good, but not as good as the manga). Also, I read Nisekoi 1 year ago, so forgive me if some things are inaccurate. By the way, I won't put any spoilers. OVERALL Nisekoi is 100% harem and romantic comedy, but what makes it different from the other romantic comedies is... See full review
Maomao , a little cutie(but also peculiar) girl who wants to learn as much as possible about the benefits of herbs. It was almost inevitable that Jinshi, the playboy of the court, to notice this tomboy. She is too preoccupied with studying but this eunuch starts helping her, which might "catalyse" something inside her. Well, Maomao has all my respect for her lucid and rational way of thinking( 99% of time) .See full review
I've been searching through a lot of manga to find this unrefined jewel. It's extraordinary how dull it may seem at first, but after 10-15 chapters it's catchy. This shoujo is loveable, maybe I'm overestimating it, but this simply dullness is progressing (at a slow pace) into something more and more entertaining.See full review
One of the most unappreciated manga to get localized in ages, and apparently unappreciated in Japan as well - apparently the last few chapters didn't actually get released as a third volume. Aside from some pretty rough art work and lazy panty jokes, Unmagical Girl is a charming little manga about an anime mahou shoujo coming to life and being a complete POS. She freeloads off a poor girl, picks fights for no reason, and gets drunk enough to go "off-model." As the series progresses, we discovered that other characters from her show have come to life, and have managed to eke out a living just fine... See full review
Very heartwarming easy to digest manga, this is technically a sport shonen ish manga but I could barely find any annoying overused tropse of those generes, mostly because it is very short for such story.
The story is very simple, but it flows nicely. I had no trouble with the "pasting" I enjoyed the very start much more then the later part mostly because of the slight shift of focus on the other characters.
Character feel naturl and are very likeable in my opinion, there is no actuall asshole or an antagonist in this manga as far as I can tell and that is completly... See full review
This is a painfully average manga. There is absolutely remarkable about it. The story, such as it is, is not interesting. Two men meet ten years later at a friend's wedding and sleep together. Oh, but, wait -- PLOT TWIST -- it's raining. And it rained ten years ago too. And they slept together as well. Because, the protagonist just happened to have an umbrella. Here's just a taste of the story: "It just so happened, it was raining that day. It just so happened, I had an umbrella. It was just a bunch of overlapping coincidences..." Leaves you hungry for more, right? No?... See full review
If youre looking for a good romantic read this is the story for you. Im not going to lie it is a little slow at first, but it picks up quickly to become this enjoyable and romantic bombshell. The plot is easy to follow all of the characters are hilarious and freaky in their own way. I mean one character you never meet, but still buys Nahee a maid outfit since thats what he believes a girl would wear. I love it! Please if youre ever in a mood to just read some simple romance this is the one for you.See full review
A farily generic story of "Princess of another country visits Japan and has strange customs that make her pursue the Main Character". Nothing terrible, but nothing innovative either. Story: There are quite a few stories like this, and they all follow the same pattern. This one does not deviate. Again, not bad by any means, but if you've read one you've read most of them. Art: The art is actually quite endearing, with plenty of detail and clarity. It's easy to tell what's going on, and there's almost never any dead space in a panel. Characters: Same as with the story, the characters are pretty... See full review
It’s hard to evaluate something so well done justly. While I do not agree with or find everything about it favorable, it is pretty close to perfection as any light novel can get. The translations are not perfect since I frequently find a few grammatical errors or misspellings, but it’s better than average and very readable. What’s most refreshing about this series is the honest and believable reactions by Naofumi when framed, insulted, or assaulted. I don’t think I can recall any comparable manga, novel, or anime so profoundly direct and honest about... See full review
Hmm.. Okay, this review is, and will ever remain, incomplete simply because I don't really have any desire to carry on reading this. I agree with the previous reviewer that the story is confusing -- at least to people, such as myself, who have not read the manga in its entirety. Maybe it all makes perfect sense in the end, but who knows? I certainly don't. I made it partways through chapter 3 of volume 1 when the mangaka began including "explanations" of the story's mysterious plot with lines like: "To form a seal is to have built a tower. To isolate this world and... See full review
This is undoubtedly the best entry in the Blue Drop series. It took everything that was good about the other entries, and expanded on them with a fully fleshed out story. Story: A riveting tale, if a bit unorthodox. There's a lot of story progression to take in, each chapter feels meaningful and moves the story forward, and nothing feels like it's forced or over the top. I really dig the setting - enough of it is explained to make the plot make sense, but there's plenty left to your imagination, and it doesn't waste time on irrelevant matters. Art: The art is the best in this series. It keeps all of... See full review
A short but cute collection of matchmaker stories set in the world built up by the previous Blue Drop titles. Story: There's not really much story here. The MC is one of the alien girls, and each of the short stories follows the same formula where she attempts (intentionally badly) to seduce a girl in order to cement a budding relationship that girl had with another girl. Art: Beautiful and clear, if a bit simple at times Characters: Very low amount of characterization, but not much is necessary for a story like this. Each character clearly has a role, a background, and a motive, but beyond that they're... See full review
A series of short stories told in the lens of a distant future, post-alien-invasion. These one-shots are decent, but a bit hard to follow for a number of reasons. It's obvious that the author was more interested in developing this strange dystopian sci-fi world than telling a story. Story: Each individual short story was decent and had a clear progression from point A to point B, but there wasn't really much of a drive to it. The stories were a bit too short for the heavy tales they tell, and it makes it hard to appreciate the characters and their problems. It's an incredibly deep realm that felt like it... See full review
A short, but sweet romance story between a girl and an alien. Story: The narrative was pretty straightforward. It's set in a strange post-invasion world, but doesn't really delve into what that all entails. The main focus is the GL relationship between the MC and the alien girl. It feels pretty clearly metaphorical for the struggles of same-sex relationships in general, given how the alien girl is basically the same as a human. It didn't overstay its welcome, and felt like it was intentionally just a small part of a greater narrative of short stories set in this post-invasion world. Art: Many panels... See full review
Have you ever fantasized about what life would be like if you went back in time - what kinds of things could you teach the primitive people, and how well off could you become with your advanced knowledge? This is an exploration of that fantasy, but set on a utopian island filled with Big Tiddy Elves. The story is quite dark and grim - a brutally honest look at the greed of a man who arrives in paradise, and somehow wants more. It has a clearly driven plot with meanigful progression and development. My only complaint really is that the very end seems rushed a bit. The art is gorgeous. Full color, and... See full review
Kengan Ashura... This manga was intense and had made an impression on me. The story is a simple, not all over the place. Has the right amount of twists that wouldn't leave you confused or having you re-read it like 10 times. Simple, strait plot story. Especially that ending....(MY HEART). The art is not that important (to me), but it fits well with the story and the characters. The characters are all unique in their combat style, appearances, and personalities. Each have some ambition or reasoning to fight in the tournament. The managers are the same way. This manga had me at the edge of my seat with... See full review
Read it, if your looking for something meaningless and... tragic? I suppose? I kinda liked it, but I needed more. What a pity.See full review
This one is in an odd place, because it seems extremely targeted at a niche audience. It fits all the bills for looking to aim at Futanari fans, and yet somehow it fails to deliver any naughty scenes. It's like someone wanted to make a slice-of-life story for Futa fans that were bored of reading porn but still wanted to read a story about them. The story is pretty middling - slightly above average. Nothing in particular to complain about, but it's by no means spectacular. I do enjoy that there's a real plot and story development compared to similar Manga (whose only purpose is for the author to deliver... See full review
A bit run-of-the-mill in terms of the Yuri content, which is by no means a bad thing, but it doesn't really strive to push any evelopes either. The story feels a bit stunted, like the author had one idea and started to run with it, but couldn't figure out anywhere to take it. In the end it just makes the story feel like a flimsy excuse to put a teenage boy's mind in a woman's body so the author could put a different spin on Yuri scenes with the MC's thoughts/dialog. The art is well above average, which was nice. Images are crisp and clean and lead to a pretty good understanding of what's happening... See full review
Sister Trap definitely lives up to the plot synopsis - at least in the first 7 chapters. The story is quite stunted, and almost exclusively revolves around this struggle that the MC has with his girlfriend's sisters. It's an amusing setting, but there's no plot development. The art is well done and captures the scenes quite nicely. I've seen better, but this one is nothing to sneeze at. It's definitely the most redeeming quality of the series. The characters are a bit flimsy and one-dimensional, but at the same time they feel moderately believeable. The Girlfriend is the weakest character of them all, but... See full review
I enjoy reading the series, but be warned that this entire series (i.e. web novel, manga, spinoff stories) suffers from an extremely inconsistent release schedule. In addition, websites keep removing the materials, leaving you with endless frustration.See full review
This manga has for me interesting concept, it follows a simple formula of alternating new small story arcs that don't really relate to each other often. The main story arc is there but after reading over 50 chapters you dont really feel any progress what so ever.
I am stalling this until I am in a mood agian, because the story arcs are repetitive as they come.
But I am still making a review so people at least know what they get in to.
1. This is a dialog heavy manga
2. There are more detailed descriptions of various types off swindles, crimes and Japanese laws.
3. Characeter... See full review
Story: The story is set in the near future of 2024, where a group of teenagers dreaming of becoming astronauts and became the first students of the new Japan space program. The space program is created by the Japanese government following the tragedy that befalls on them upon launching their first Japan manned-man rocket "THE LION". When one of the rocket boosters explodes sending The Lion crashing down killing all the astronauts onboard as well as the spectators who came to witnessed the launched. At first glance, Twin Spica might seem one of those mangas that... See full review
I began reading this not expecting much, although was pleasantly surprised. At times the story can feel fast-paced, as well as slightly rushed, however, that simply starts to become the main appeal of the whole thing. It gives off the feel of a shoujo, while also having elements of comedy and maturity, which keep the story and characters from being devoured by cliche. There are no incredibly deep characters or unique plot points throughout, so if you're planning on reading this for drama or are a fan of characterisation, this may not be for you. This is more so aimed at readers who want an enjoyable story... See full review
I'd love to read this manga if there weren't panties shoved in my face every 3 pages (or worse, boobs.ugh) I mean, ok, I get that this is an ecchi manga but that doesn't warrant "ecchiness" of this level. It just distracts the readers from the original plot but sadly enough even plot isn't that great. Just your run of the mill protag with a bunch of different girls. The only reason I even gave this a 6 is because of the amazing art, which, in my opinion is a total waste on this mangaSee full review
Dont read the manga, but read this review. I found this manga after I had finished reading Panlong, and for some reason this was supposedly its sequel. Unfortuantly as you might know the Pnalong comic ended abruptly and we didnt't get to see the full out story of his adventures. So instead of finding confort in this manga that really has not even an inch of a thing to do with Panlong. Just find abother manga because this one ended witout there being a good story. So just use your time more wisely and find another manga to take you time.See full review
This manga is pretty good. I really like the OP character factor in this manga. I really do enjoy reading it and can't wait for more chapter to come out or be translated. Art style is on a point like most manga, but what I find most intrgueing is that you really don't know his rank. You would assume he is at least a high B since people would be talking about him and saying stuff like that.See full review
This manga is about the love story between a spider boy and a butterfly girl. I am an arachnophobic. I actually hate all most all the living things that has more than four legs and two eyes. And I am specially scared of spiders. But I won't mind if the spiders in my house are as cute as Hans. Nothing much to say about the story beacause you all can guess what happens when a spider and a butterfly fall in love with eachother and what kind of obstacles they face. The character developments were good. The story was simple but good. The characters were very cute. I hope you will enjoy it. Thank... See full review
PERFECT SCORE This manga was the best manga I've ever read. After dismissing it a few times, I finally got a solid recommendation and picked it up. After the first couple chapters I realized it was gold! Funny, edgy, hip solid story line, amazing art, fun pacing, character develpoment was sparce,but still intruiging. Little things about the detail of the art, the painterly, watercolor like frames on each page, the dynamic and innovative use of panel work was awe-inspiring. I found my stomach aching from laughing at the characters in the story, I found myself rooting for the protagonist in a way... See full review
This manga was the best manga I've ever read. After dismissing it a few times, I finally got a solid recommendation and picked it up. After the first couple chapters I realized it was gold! Funny, edgy, hip solid story line, amazing art, fun pacing, character develpoment was sparce,but still intruiging. I found my stomach aching from laughing at the characters in the story, I found myself rooting for the protagonist in a way that was uncommon for other stories. While season one was an over all better story, season two was a rollercoaster of peaks and valleys. Excellent, and underrated read.See full review
The Art is okay. The storyline is messy. The characters aren't really built all that well. Overall, it's like a story made with a bunch of random ideas clustered together. I already dropped this series and I won't be wasting my time on it any longer.See full review
Yasssss, I am pleasedddd with this manga. Warning , there is some crass language for you sensitive souls, but I am IN Love with this manga art piece. Its unconventional but I am certainly proud of this piece. My Omega uke is a late blossomer who has his first heat after developing his first crush. My Alpha seme is a world apart and uninterested in much aside from his work,...or so we are lead to believe. I am loving this story and highly recommend this and can't wait to read more.See full review
SPOILERS! What the fudge was this? All right first off it's seriously 8 pages! The entire story is about a canine who behaves as nature dictates and how two sisters can't handel that nature. Then they give it away because it was a wolf not a dog and somehow that made in impossible to train to be a human companion or member of the family. Such a lie. Wolves may have a different temperment than dogs but that doesn't mean they can't get along with humans or behave acceptably. The girls seriously put no real effort into trying to make thier relationship with the furball work. Sure they sent the pup to a wild... See full review
As a genre, yuri--wonderful though it may be--is, it seems, a game of inches, a few details in one direction or another separating clichés and narrative redundancies from the beautiful and thoughtful. And while the true fan will watch someone sputter "b-but we're both giiiiiirrrls!!!" to herself a thousand times and love each as though it was the first, that doesn't mean he won't appreciate a well-placed deviation, when it comes along. And so--enter After Hours, which, in just the first few pages, pats the genre on the head and tells it to run along home... See full review
I love this manhwa a lot I recommend to people who like BL the story line is really interesting and makes you want to keep reading the art is also amazing would recommend 10/10See full review
Plot - He has no special skills, but he mastered kung fu. The martial arts master, Duan Yun, came to a city, and beat up rich people, punishes gangsters. He also gives his affection to a high quality girl, a hot feisty cop, and cold business woman...See full review
Plot Synopsis Between the Earth and the Heavens, there is a place known as the great Luofu World. After 100,000 years of births and 100,000 years of deaths, a billion living creatures filled up this world. This 200,000 year cycle of life and death has turned continuously, endlessly, up until this moment, when a youth dead for 10,000 years awakens within the Cang Jian Ge. Isekai (Technically Reincarnation Two Times)/ OP MC (That Reincarnated from the Future).See full review
This was the first light novel I have read. I’ve read manga and have seen almost 10,000 episodes; however, no light novel has ever kept me so entertained so as to read the entire series in 3 days. The characters all had their own intentions and beautifully evolved throughout the series. Even when the point of view character went crazy we experienced it with him. Art: I loved the couple of pictures I saw and they were the perfect amount of spolling but not telling everything. The in text effects were also cool to see. *light novel rating so much less art than manga* As for the story, the... See full review
i'm too lazy to pinpoint every single error that stupid person can't understand.... just looking at the characters thought and the fact that someone always apear at critical period to reverse the scene kinda make me sick.... well it was a good time killing thou... .. really dis apointing.. i really thought this was a good manga but, what a disapointment. this was a fucking shit, alway talking big, treathening his foe when he don't have power to match.... this is one of the worse manga I've read.... .. and here comes the hero at the last moment.. it might look... See full review
the mc was too kind hearted to his cruel enemy....
if you have that kind of mindset then nothing will change, there is no justice served... the enemy are all arogant even when facing doom, they dont have sense of fear... in reality the more evil the person the more he clings to life so atleas have them beg and lipservicing rather than cursing..... it was already in public how OP the mc yet not a single enemy hides his crime and pledge alliance....
the story is good but, badluck strike at critical point? i'm fed up with those scenario... art is fine but i prefer colored. characters? this is where it falls... there is no saint who will just let go of the person who bullies you over and over with just one punch... (make it more realistic) if someone tried to rape your love, would you still stay prideful??? its just stupid act..... there is a limit on how a person reacts.... its fine if its mercy for the ignorant and forced but for the cruel and stuppid to bully again and again and touch your... See full review
I remember reading this back in 2010 just over a year of being a manga reader, came across it because of 7 seeds (which at the time was incomplete) and written by the same author.
BE WARNED THIS REVIEW MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS
Anyhow for the STORY
Basara takes you to a post-apocalyptic world that was destroyed by humans and natural disaster but is still striving with what it can. A set of twins were born and it was prophesied, that one of the twins is their long-awaited savior and this is where the story began. According to my friends, the start was rather slow, but I found... See full review
This marks the first manga I have read in the year of January 2019! While looking through a list of manga that won awards, I noticed this series in particular that has animal transformations, which is a big yes in my book. But before I begin I want to point out how important it is to have a good villain, for they are the ones who begin the conflicts most of the time in manga/anime. It is with complete honesty that Sonehara is one of the most cruel and despicable antagonists I have seen in my history of manga/anime. But to be honest, despite her cunning and resourcefulness which I respect, I can't really... See full review
i just want to tell all those out there , if your interested in a strong female lead in another world, then accomplishments of the dukes daughter is just the right story for you , the art is wonderful the plot is spectacular it’s just wonderful, it makes me speechless. I just know that all those who read it will like it and we’ll look forward for each coming chapterSee full review
Very beautiful story, but it is permanently incomplete because the author sadly passed away after struggling with cancer. It doesn’t really finish on a cliffhanger, but the story hasn’t been finished satisfactorily! I gave it a 10/10 out of respect!See full review