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
Violet-chan & Yulan is so cute together :))See full review
I cannot express my love for this series enough. Even though I have only read it once within the past few recent hours, it broke me. Of course, in the best way possible. It was heartwarming, and held a beautiful life lesson that was portrayed with relatable characters and scenarios the reader could connect with. This series deserves all my praise. Also, while I have never met a deaf person, nor am I a deaf person, and therefore cannot say for sure, I feel like the series did an excellent job of portraying a deaf character and the struggles that come with. All characters were built on excellently, the story... See full review
i rlly liked this story, and i rlly like Yoseob, ye i said it. I understand him, i had similiar childhood like him. Ending rlly got me, i was crying. Yoseob was just a victim, so i felt really bad for him. (for his brother too, he was trying his best until the end.) You rlly should try to read this story, it's amazing.
I loved this manga. The characters are just usual art styles, nothing important. The anime coming out could change that, like in No Game No Life, with its bright colors. But the main thing I love about this manga is the storyline. It's an isekai, I know that. Not many isekais are good. But this one is. The story is about how an otaku gets transported to a game world, and he's one of the "Four Heroes". The catch is, he's the shield hero (of course, it's in the name). No one wants to be allied with him, and his fate is grim. People want to sabotage him, and give him the worst time possible. But... See full review
After I finished reading, I keep re-reading it bc thats how good I think it is like usually i dont like repeating what I watch/read but this. This is worth your time.See full review
I love this story, the drama keeps me conning back. I kept waking up at night everyday just to wait for the new chapter to be release. In my opinion, I feel like some of the characters weren't given enough attention on to further give us the insight on the dept of their relationship with Nina. For example Nina's father, it was like he just came waltzing in and played an important part (trying not to spoil) in the storyline. There weren't a lot of insight that allow us to see the dept of their relationship and when we get to see them interact it is all in Nina's perspective. Yet their relationship is one of... See full review
I don't. I don't even know how to start this review. Okay, so. If you're looking for porn and you don't care about story, decent artstyle, yadda-yadda, Angel's Tears might be your cup of tea! However, even if I am the type of person that could be attracted into reading something just for the porn, I don't know what this thing was supposed to be. I was baiting into reading this by the synopsis, mind you. It could be a serious story about a woman that was forced to prostitution because of her debts, representing the angel, while her boss represented the devil. However, I... See full review
I enjoyed this story for what it was and felt a lot of potential at the begining, but it just got worse and worse until it reached an unfulfilling ending. If you're looking for easy to read shoujo with an MC that isn't all whiny, this is a good pick. Gets a little more convoluted later on. No characters other than the MC are very interesting, but they do have their quirks and there aren't a bunch of empty bishie's. Clear romance, but not well wrapped up. Strong female character, but the romance sometimes takes that away from her. Once the romance picks up it's very much "omg where are you, i love you... See full review
I really love the story and the development between the father and daughter and how it progresses but after a 100 chapters I'm getting bored of her environment, I want her to go out and explore the world she lives in like for example getting sent to a boarding school as cliche as it sounds or travel and discover another country and spice things up a little! The new season is coming out on february so I hope the author adds other locations otherwise I really love it!See full review
Secretassz.....I wanna know the truth! I'm reading this manga, not fully scanlated and there are something's that need to come to light. This manga is so unique, my uke alpha threw his omega under the bus cause he wasn't feeling her. I'm just like it has to be so cause this BL but, I'm also like awe my what bout that fated bond though? Loving the couple but they come off as we gurn be working on yal for a while before we reach true happiness. I'm scared but loving every minute of it.See full review
I have to say that, I'm agoraphobic and I hate (cringe) at embarrassing situations. Omega kun is there minding his business when horny alpha senpai decides to "help" a fellow coworker. OMG I ran away and hid for omega senpai. "Noooooo", you can't catch me slipping?!?! If you love angst and crave a comical but lovely romantic read this is the story to read. (I'm just gonna hide for a lil bit more then continue my read XD sorry).See full review
When I watched the Togainu no Chi anime, I had certain expectations, considering how the VN was made. When I found a way to read some of the released mangas for TnC, I held the same expectations — now, with the knowledge that inserting the whole plot of a long, story-heavy visual novel like TnC, and choosing which path to use, is, in fact, very hard. However, I was kind of disappointed. Kind of. I find the artstyle good. Not the best I've ever seen, but pretty good. Some drawings made from certain points of view were, certainly, the highlights of this artist's style... See full review
O.k wow, I'm just wow...we have a shota omega...and a devoted alpha. Crushes are present , but its basically a one sided love affair. Its unique in that you get to see the species difference in these characters (Cat x Wolf-dog(?). The component and successful individual in this would be relationship is for once not the alpha (I am omega, and I can be independent!) :). I recommend this read as it's everything I love about Omegaverse with its on defining characteristics and unconventional story development. Go ahead, take a peek at it.See full review
so I was skeptical to start reading this because I figured it’d be like the other MMO-esque manwha’s out there but this is actually a super, super good read. I only give the story a 9.whatever because it’s a bit rushed, but it’s overall super good. I love the main protagonists transformation, and there’s -to me- an unexpected outcome for himSee full review
I dropped this work at 169 so I do not know what happens and I don't really care.
Why is the second season worse then first? Its simple:
1. Too many useless characters.
2. Exposition is 90% of everything but still new powers, new items come out of nowhere.
3. The plot is repetetive and stops being interesting.
This makes most of the dialog boring, ah look a new character, lets talk about him for two chapters! You know he won't be important at all later on, but here we go anyway! It's sad though Rachel story was pretty interesting and her character was I guess the only one... See full review
The story isn't basic, like other mangas. The fact that it doesn't focus on the main hero, the one fighting badass demons and such, is refreshing. Really was not expecting the overall quality that Goblin Slayer delivers. And, come on, Priestess is cute.See full review
Even if you don't look into the psychology of the characters or themes, the spectical and action are enough for a ten out of ten overall. The art is the best I have ever seen ever, every panel looks like it belongs in an art museum, and the action is incredible and realistic dispite the fantasy setting. Fortunatly there is a lot more to this manga than action and art. Each character feels like a real person with their own motivations and philosophy. It is very gritty and even gross at times so don't read it if you can't handle that sort of thing. I would definitaly recomend reading it.See full review
Best MC that I have ever read. Good Artstyle even with the action going. Better than your typical 'strong AF character' manga. I reckon that if you like reading those, you will ABSOLUTELY love this one. One the top 10 must read on my list.See full review
Perfect score for me. It's unique. Good Artstyle. Unforgettable story. It's like the characters are really alive, if you get what I'm saying. It was really interesting and I think that's what makes it so good.See full review
Halfway decent. Nice art. A bit cliche. Not what I expected but it's ok.See full review
From my tumblr: Navegando entre las páginas Primero, antes que nada; Ibitsu es un manga de terror creado y dibujado por Ryou Haruto, no hay demasiado que decir del autor, ya que esta sería la obra que se le conoce y una de las pocas (si tiene más material no sabría decirles, en MyAnimeList aparece este manga y otro de un único tomo). En el segundo paso debería hacer un resumen o una idea de que se trata este manga, pero no hay mucho que decir, se basa en una leyenda urbana de una muchacha... See full review
From my tumblr: Navegando entre las páginas El manga es corto, cuenta con tres tomos. Ni historias extras ni otros tomos para añadir a la historia (menos mal, más adelante explico el por qué). En su momento los compré porque eran baratos (cuando IVREA era muy barato en Argentina) y en ese momento no tenía ni la más pálida idea de Goodreads para poder informarme bien antes de comprarlo. Lost Brain nos cuenta una historia de un adolescente genio que esta extremadamente... See full review
This is amazing, I love the plot line.See full review
Not gonna lie, I started reading this because I'm a sucker for YouTube click-bait advertising. It's a rather strange series and is sometimes a little hard to follow, and let's just not mention the... questionable... activities the characters partake in or the motivation behind said actions. It is not to be said however that there is no plot or that it does not hold one's attention. In fact, despite it's many misgivings, I find myself wondering what will happen in the next installment. The more you read, the more the plot thickens, and it is realised that the connections between the characters, who range... See full review
Okay, let's get this out of the way at the start. This "one-shot" acts more like the introductory chapter to a series rather than a completed story in and of itself. This is going to come up multiple times in the review, and I may sound like a broken record, but it really does taint what otherwise might be a decent read. The story is told from the perspective of Mikagami Eruma, who is the average grade school student loser that's used as a protagonist in many manga series. A new student has transferred to the school, nicknamed Satan from the first syllable of his two names, and everyone... See full review
Slice of life meets; zombie fighting teens meets; fan service. It's a fun read, and the consept is pretty rad, some of the the charecters are pretty see through at times; but are over all well distiguished from eachother and enjoyable. There are for sure some great moments in this manga, but personally I find it difficlut to take it seriously, there is just so much fan service and it's honestly pretty funny and kinda acts like comedic relief. I think it'as a great manga to start with because the story is so easily consumedSee full review
I haven't written one of these in a while and I read this manga a few months ago so it's definetely not fresh in my mind but I have to say that it was unforgettable. The story line and character development was amazing, if you had just finished the anime and came to see what happens next by reading the manga, let me tell you that you will be surprised by the twists and turns that make up the different characters. By the end of this manga you will have cried at least once or maybe even twice. The ending was beautiful but at the same time heart wrenching so if you plan on reading this prepare for some... See full review
1 review really ?, I will add onother. Some Spoiler I Warn You. Plot: Demon king defeated by hero ""MC Brother, But demon King = Admiral . Tournament is start in search of new Demon king, Helck "MC Human want to become Demon King, Hate Human" join the tournament, New enemy appear. read the rest. It got me laugh hard on 1st and 2nd volume an "OP MC" with no sense of danger and didn't brag, he is pure muscle power and the best part he's not grinding it become action pack. Although 1st chapter didnt make impack, try... See full review
no need to argue..... what the heck is this.... no clue at all.....See full review
this was a cliff hanger....
the story is confusing... many part of the story is missing unknown character appear without introduction overall.. im still generous by giving 1 in judging... this should be zero.....
These ratings are for the first three stories, of which the first two go hand in hand. With such little length, the stories were well-developed, the characters were charming and their interactions funny and down-to-earth. The emotional moments were exceptionally well-handled. I love how the story is told, relying quite a lot on untold stuff that you can infer. A must-read for any yuri or romance fan, to be honest. Go read it.See full review
So I read some of this for Secret Santa and made through volume 8. For a shoujo, it's actually pretty good and, despite using a lot of typical shoujo tropes, doesn't feel as forced or as midly creepy as most shoujo tend to. I couldn't entirely get into it because I'm not a fan of the demographic usually, and I got sidetracked with other things going on, but I didn't hate it. Teru is a very refreshing protagonist. She's actually capable of things, knows what she wants, and has a good amount of character development. She's held back by trauma but in a realistic way, and gradually learns how to cope... See full review
One of my favorite manga's to read. The art is beautiful, the characters are interesting, and it's a manga that I can personally read over and over again. The only downside, for me, is that if felt like there could have been more added to the story. All in all, I highly recommend especially if you like Brothers Grimm and genderbent characters.See full review
I started reading this manga because it was on my recommendations, and it was the best thing I ever did. The characters are all likeable, and they are all very relatable for me. The characters seem so realistic that I can't help but fall in love with them and experience the story as if it was through my own eyes. The story is so good and enticing, it keeps you on the edge, making you want to know what is going to happen next, and I spend the whole day reading the manga, as I couldn't put it down until I caught up with the latest chapter! Overall, this manga is a great read, and one of the best I have read... See full review
La historia es algo diferente a algunas otras que he leido aunque un poco predecible. Me encantan los trazos y los personajes atractivos. Espero más de esta historia hasta el momento me ha gustado bastanteSee full review
Me gusta la historia y los personajes son encantadores, tiene buena trama. Me gustaSee full review
This manga for me was more educational for me more than echii because I'm a teen and it taught me about proper underwear and how to tell if you need a new size. Story- The manga was basically about puberty and growing up and adolescence and how you develop different feelings and moving on with life and change. It's a good story for teens who are dealing with these changes in real life and can be very relatable at times. Art- The art was very good and I liked the art style. That's kind of all I have to say about that..... Characters- I liked the colorful cast of characters who have different... See full review
Read 3 chapters. If you're wondering 'should I pick this up?', then yes, you should. The story is just unfolding, so I can't say much, but the characters are all really integral and the relationship between the leads it's pretty well-built. Plus, it's surprisingly funny. Gives off a Wotakoi vibe, since it deals with manga and dojinshi and people working at an office. Totally recommended.See full review
I don't quite know how to rate this one. At first, it was kind of strange; looking at the bullying and cross-dressing in a humorous light. However, at the same time, it was tackling some very serious issues. As the story progresses, the humour is substituted for genuine insight into the true emotions of the characters. The emotional portrayal of how the characters responded to thoughts such as, "Am I gay?" and "do I like him because of who he is, or because he is a man?", as well as the incorporation of how much they valued the views of their families'. The art is really beautiful... See full review
I was pretty hesitant in reading this webtoon at first since mystery and thriller wasn't exactly my favourite genre. However, it had such an interesting premise, so I thought I'd keep reading. Much to my surprise, I ended up loving the suspense which made me want to keep reading. What really made this webtoon memorable for me, even after reading it 2 years ago, was the ending. Holy heck, I did not see that coming. Really good read. Massive thanks to the author.See full review
I really did enjoy the premise of this webcomic. It was so entertaining reading through the first few chapters. I loved the concept. I love the character developments of those around her, especially her dad. What made me turn from loving to eventually disliking it was that the pace of the most important character development was pretty much non-existent. I hated how she was so full of potential but she never really effectively made use of the potential she had. Basically, her mindset and character never progressing since the beginning made me drop it. Shame, I really did love it... See full review