While I was in love with the main storyline of two childhood bestfriends and one forgetting everything they have been through, there were many flaws that could have been done without. The story starts off very sweet, and while the actions of the characters seem annoying, I believe they are justified due to the major confusion and bad communication between the two lovers. This book was very enjoyable, up until where the lonely and confused chinese guy starts to get involved and kidnaps the main character. Near the ending, the reasoning for this plays off well, but right when it happens it's more laughable... See full review
This is one of the very few harem mangas I actually like reading so that already says something. The plot can get repetitive but it's still enjoyable and fun to read and I would definitely reccomend it.See full review
The art is amazing, a short and (no so) simple history. Even if have an open end I kinda know what is going to happen afterwards....See full review
Don't let this weird cover fool you, this story is well written and the pace is quite fast. You're left with unanswered questions but it makes sense. No romantic quest, more on the friendship, knowing yourself type of journey.See full review
The story is about a beautifuel girl who due to her appearance has always been spoiled and due to that obtained a stubborn, selfish and arrogant personality for herself. A sweet, kind and simpy guy falls in love with her after she stood up for him to another male student. He decides to confess his feelings for her in the middle of the class while everyone is watching. She rejects him. Afterwards he gets into an accident and suffers a head injury. The girl then due to guilt decides to visit him in the hospital where she meets the boy, however his personality is completely different! She ends up finding out... See full review
I loveeeeeeee Sekine-kun, I totally understand where his coming from, no everyone feel the need or have the ability to say "I love you" but you always can show those feel (know from experience). Sekine-kun sice he knew about his own feelings he keep showing to granddaughter' the way he felt. For other hand, granddaughter-chan is as dense as anyone can be, unexpectedly have great self-esteem issues (which reflects on her thoughts and actions towards Sekine-kun) At times the history is some how slow and kinda childish, but Sekine-kun's internal life was so interesting that I keep onto it. Sadly... See full review
The story is overall interesting and if you aren't reading yet, I'd recommend you to give it a go.See full review
I'm the first reveiw and here to tell you its a good manga that you should check out.See full review
Would strongly recommend to anyone who likes a strong, female heroine with a decent plot and decent art. In all honesty this manga is pretty good, jut not my cup of tea, but I would encourage everyone to read through the first few chapters.See full review
What an amazing manwha ! If you've liked the legendary moonlight sculptor you will enjoy this one. It's the type of fine storytelling with just the right touch of humor to keep you on the edge of your seat. Added to that a smart and cunning MC that overcome adversity and slowly level up with the small skillset he's given.
Truly worth the read. And the art has been done by Ant Studios, if you see their other work you know it's pleasing to the eyes. I don't have anything bad to say about this, it's really the perfect story with the perfect mc.
wow!!....it was one of the super nice BL manhwa.....i really like it....it is really hard to get complete bl manhwa with such an awesome story line and art work.
thanks for the updates for some reason or i dont know why but i felt bad for noh seonyun though he was villain still author pls give this antagonist a perfect and happy ending.(IN SEASON2)
my opinion- noh seonyun is too handsome to call him as villain XD
I'm going to be honest here, this wouldn't usually be my cup of tea. I'm not really one for extremely sexual content However, what really sealed the deal for me with this manga was the author's afterword. Having read why the creator made the work, I was absolutely taken aback. Everything made sense in a completely new light. The exploration of a chance homosexual relationship from the point of view of neuropsychological theory is absolutely fascinating. Wonderful work.See full review
I'm sorry if a person who's reading this really like this manhua but I already dropped it... So, even though in the title it's written my wife is cold hearted, that's so not true! She might be acting like it but for real, she went all this blushy face and all when she sees the MC. And me as a reader hoping for her to be really, really cold hearted was let down. so if you don't care bout that and just here for the romance, go ahead.See full review
This isn't a happy easy reading but if you're looking for real emotional heartbreaking history, this sure is for you. The characters are very real, the situations also are but for my the main female character is just enoyienj. I don't want to give any spoilers, so not details, but she's the reason I drop my reading. Still, I recommend this work for those who have the patience I don't.See full review
I've never experienced suicidal thoughts, so I can't be certain, but when I read stories like this which are basically aimed at telling suicidal people that they have reasons to live, it feels like it would just come across as patronizing and preachy. I genuinely believe that someone could theoretically be emotionally and mentally stable and still decide to commit suicide (I'm not sure why they would want to, but that would be their choice). However, the situation this manga portrays is not that. Misao wants to kill himself because he's unable to cope with his regrets and trauma from the past, so in... See full review
I'm starting to question myself as a man and I'm wondering, Damn why am I looking for romance novels that are either Josei or Shoujo, I mean I normally just go for something like martial arts or just the standard action genre but, nope Josei. But yeah this is pretty good all in all but due to my weak and fragile heart I'm scared of anything happening to them yet I'm not scared to do most things, like I know it'll be happily ever after but goddamn it I feel like she'll get hurt or maybe it'll be Sana and my heart can't handle it, get it the [email protected]# TOGETHER FACHI STOP WHINING LIKE A BABY.So apparently... See full review
hi im new in this website, literally just found this like... RIGHT NOW and I'm writing cuz how do I start reading.....like, where is the button...i just don't know, I've been clicking everywhere to see if I can read the store but it just doesn't let me, like....it's just the presentation page, the face of the book, the genre, the recommendations and the reviews, I clicked on the reading button but that was just about it....I'm dying to read this PLEASEEE HALPSee full review
There are three stories: a pair of friends-with-benefits salarymen; a sempai and his kouhai; and a young man with a hero complex who rescues the masochistic lover of a young gang leader. The stories are all kind of meh and open-ended leaving you dissatisfied but not enough to really care what happened to these characters in the future. I will say though that it's nice the mangaka made an attempt to create a few side-characters in each story, but, alas, none of them was particularly interesting or memorable. The art-style is sketchy and looks old-fashioned. You know, gangly young men with... See full review
Below average power fantasy. The art was a serious turn off, showcasing tons of awkward motion. I especially hate how dislike the story's portrayal of 'disfiguredness' not in the form of anything artistically challenging, but in the form of some tiny scars lazily spread on her face. The villans make terrible descisions despite, well, becoming influential with what I assume were smart tactics. The main character is an asshole, but I won't comment too much on that because I'm barely into the story. I will say that she's an asshole. Whether the source author uses this to incentivise character development... See full review
There are two points of humor: the juxtaposition of a traditionalist samurai living in modern-day Japan, and a father whose parenting is like a boot camp. This second one is meant to be especially funny since he's trying to raise his daughter to be properly feminine, but is using highly masculine methodology. From chapter three onward, sexuality becomes a major theme. The daughter, Nadeshiko, has started mimicking adult behavior like kissing or using her body to wash his back (though I'm not sure where she picked that one up...) and he's trying to correct her behavior so she'll be properly demure and... See full review
This manhua is so bad I can't believe how bad it is. Like there is no storyline or character development at all. it's as if the author was just writing a stupid power fantasy with no sense of good storytelling. Everything is just the mc killing mobs and leveling up at will. What's even the point of writing such stupidities ? The author didn't put any effort at all in this. None whatsoever.See full review
I totally recommend this work for people who want an adult, realistic yet funny, light history. The characters are lovelies on their own special way. I like the variety of subjects, point of view and realities portrayed, the author never imposes a believe on the reader, rather she tries to have a conversation open to all opinions. Beautiful way to develope the history. I would have liked a little more development in regards to the sexual aspect of two main characters 'cus their sexuality was intrinsically linked to many aspects of their personal history, besides that is an extraordinary work.See full review
It's a pretty funny manhua, the mc is strong and cunning as usual with these stories. He's a harem collector since every 4 chapters or so he will meet a new girl, help her and she will be all over him but he has eyes only for his beloved master. Pretty typical strong cultivator gets reincarnated type of story. It's not bad at all, you won't get easily bored. I'd day it ranges from average to lower average depending on the chapters.See full review
It's got some good gags in it. It's very weird and largely unpredictable, though some of its recurring storylines do follow set patterns. Common points of humor include public nudity, taboo sexuality, murder and gore, and sacrilege. It references various aspects of pop culture such as movies, manga, and paintings. Some of the artwork sucks, but I decided to rate it more highly because I appreciated the variety and novelty of a lot of the art. The manga starts with a plotline about the happenings in front of a door peephole, with murder and salesmen being involved. The recurring storylines of the manga... See full review
Torako, Don't Break Everything! is a manga about what is basically a female MC of a battle shounen who gets stuck in a manga in a more "realistic" setting - leaving us with a girl who is hopelessly strong and a tad clumsy, and tries to become friends with the delinquent girls of her school.
Plot-wise there isn't much more to it. It's just lighthearted fluff, comedy and ecchi. But the character interactions made it fun while it lasted, and the artist is also rather good at drawing funny facial expressions or sexy bodies.
Sadly the manga ended too soon, because the magazine went... See full review
This one is really difficult for me because I thought the first 10 chapters were among the best I read in every manwha out there. Like it's pure joy of seeing the mc grind every day and slowly become stronger. It's the reason we love these type of stories. Every minutes of mc's suffering was paid back in strength and experience, pure bliss. I remember even praising the author in every chapters because it was so rare to see an OP character done right.
Then the story continued and the mc started his journey. The basis of what he was supposed to do has been CLEARLY explained and he... See full review
This webtoon was a wild ride. With all its twists and turns I'm surprised I didn't get whiplash by the end. The story was beautifully written and told. you hate characters then love them, love them then hate em. this thriller leaves you feeling whole as all the questions that you have accumulated by the end get answered. Sadly it ends off an open ending instead of a conclusive one. However, it can easily deduce as to how their story will unfold afterwards. All in all, this webtoon will leave you binging it in one day and rightfully so.See full review
Ninkyou Tensei / Yakuza Reincarnation is a story about – you guessed it – a yakuza who gets reincarnated in a fantasy world… as a young princess. Yeah, that last part was probably less obvious. It’s a rather new series (currently only 9 chapters at a monthly release schedule) but it has been very enjoyable already and looks promising for the future as well. This manga avoids a lot of the common traps that drag down other isekai. For starters, because we don’t get a self-insert young male blackhaired main character. Instead, we get an old yakuza with a decent backstory and a... See full review
Interesting concept, the idea of seeing a BL from the female perspective. Seeing this manga, I was really hyped for it. The premise is very unique but, unfortunately, the execution was done poorely. I get that they were trying to fit in as much female tropes in BL as they could but could they perhaps make each story a bit longer, I didn't have enough time to truly care for each character. It just didn't rub well with me and I could barely finish it due to it being so tedious to read. Keep in mind, this is merely my opinion so perhaps you could enjoy reading this since it isn't... See full review
It was okay.... I couldn't really get into it. I dropped it at 16. The romance moves too quickly so it's a bit hard to take seriously. And this next point isn't the fault of the original author but the translators... That one guy's "accent" being written out phonetically really bugged me especially because it's like the translator couldn't decided if he was Scottish or Irish or from the east end of London. Super bugged me and broke the mood.See full review
So I've binge-read through all 24 volumes over the past few days. Major spoilers ahead. Don't read if you want to enjoy the story. It's good from start to finish but the last few volumes felt rushed. The conclusion was pretty sloppy imho. There were only a few characters I didn't like as much as the rest. There's that feeling probably everyone who ever read/watched any of the mediums, regardless of it being anime, manga or light novel/book in general, knows - that hole in your heart after diving into a story, taking a liking to the characters, feeling as if you're part of it and developing actual... See full review
I'm really writing this so that people will read this. It is a pretty short read (under 1 hour) but it's a pretty good wrap up to the anime or mangas pretty anticlimactic ending. I was so happy with the ending I felt like I had to write this. POSSIBLE SPOILERS AHEAD!!! STOP READING IF YOU DON'T WANT SPOILERS. I loved the conclusion and how they come back together, it was really warming and made me super happy. Totally made up for the ending of manga and anime.See full review
Nekomori can see into people's heart-doors and see their inner thoughts. For most people (well, actually for everyone other than Ritsu), they outwardly portray themselves in ways which are appropriate but inwardly think very differently. I have a few issues with the way this world is portrayed. The first issue is that Nekomori has only run into people who hold their true feelings back out of duplicitous or self-aggrandizing motives, so when he hears Ritsu's rationale of anxiety and insecurity he finds it endearing. Which is weird, since obviously there should be plenty of people who hold themselves back... See full review
I find this very tricky to rate as it has fallen into a category of 'so unbelievably terrible, it's hilarious' and from a sheer comedic perspective, is a decent read. If you go into it not expecting anything of quality and just slapstick humor with blatant ripoffs from everything under the moon (China's nonexistent copyright laws, go figure) you'll probably find it very entertaining. If it wasn't as funny as it is, with sheer stupidity abound, I'd rate it a 2 or a 3 probably. But as it came full circle (again, so bad, it's good) I'll give it an average 5.See full review
This story was extremely short, and I would've preferred to get more, but the content is amazing. The story idea is a bit strange, but that gives it a comedic effect. 10/10 would read again. If you don't like BL, I don't know why you looked at this, but it's a good start for newer BL readers. Full marks for this one.See full review
Really, really rushed. A good premise, but rushed and compressed to the point that there could’ve been an entire, long series from start to finish in the first 8 chapters. Or at least ‘Season 1’ of a series. Backstory, conflict, conflict resolution- all crammed into an itty bitty little living space. Can’t say much else without spoiling it, though.See full review
Despite being a 'middle aged man' he has no problem being engaged to another child... or a flirty 16 year old girl. Both obviously underage. Honestly, I hate that, but that's not the only reason I rate this so poorly. The art is lazy and most of the panels have the background as a simple gradient or some random lines, if not completely blank. The story is just your everyday OP isekai where the MC is reincarnated and is stronger than anyone in history and automatically seems to be able to use that strength with no issue or dissonance... it's just boring. There's nothing to keep... See full review
Alt Title: Montage of Side-Characters' Tragic Backstory Hours Featuring an old man in a young body doing nothing but talking... and talking... and doing minor fetch quests while doling out life advice.See full review
Eh, this is pretty bad from a storytelling perspective. Nothing stands out really. It's trying to be many things at the same time with a plot as generic as it comes. I didn't feel anything reading this, not even anger or disgust, nothing. It was as if I was just looking at blank pages with ocassional stain on it. I don't know if there is a novel for it but this shouldn't have been a manga, it's a waste of resources.See full review
The beginning and overall story and the depth of character is so so goooood like if the author made another story would 10/10 read it but SPOILER the thing that made me drop it was she ends up with the prince. I realllllly hoped that this would be different and less cliche but like how are you going to fall in love with the man who made you suffer? kinda delusional when your have carsein who is 10000x better for her but ugh i dropped it at chapter 78 which is kinda a waste for reading that far. Maybe if I run out of mangas I'll come back to this in the farrrr future when i get over my annoyances :,)See full review
It's really on the lower average tier in terms of cultivation manhua. The art is awful and the story is pretty generic. It's a carbon copy of the Urban Immortal. But it's still somewhat enjoyable. If you've read dozens of cultivation stories you'll get bored easily but if you are still new you might find it interesting. I just skimmed through the chapters because I knew how the plot would go.See full review
Ngl this manhwa reminds me of Dr. Stone. Imagine being a scientist from the 21st century then time traveling back to the Medieval Ages. Having that scientific knowledge and being able to help prevent wars and fights was basically what Marina or Rino was doing. Marina/Rino is literally best girl. Smart, sly, cute, you name it!
Also, this is a romance story, and Rino is hiding her gender from everyone in the story soo... hehe.. boy+boy. But don't worry the power of cliche and logic will make it so that people will know Rino's true gender. Overall, the plot is well thought through, the... See full review
Lol, I'm not sure what the point of making a violent zombie manhwa that you censor every act of violence out with a glowing blur is??? But yeah, apparently that's a thing. I'll tell you, it makes stabbing zombies in the face look 99% more phallic than usual, that's for sure. Honestly though, this manhwa is a bit of a joke, though it has potential. The censoring just makes me laugh too hard to take it seriously.See full review
SPOILERS I'll be fast with this, but I really enjoyed this story for what it is. It is definetly very dark and disturbing, and the whole "love" thing really is just a dream to Bum, at least. Besides Bum and Sangwoo, none of the other characters really had a good backstory, but I would say its fair, considering how deep and thorough Sangwoos backround really was. I personally didn't like the ending, but I ackowledge how it was still good and realistic. They had died together like promised, and Sangwoo ironically was killed due to suffocation with a pillow, like his moher did to him when he was... See full review
This was a beautiful story, I love it so much - 100% reccommend ^^ Story The main character (YeonDuk) is childhood friends (?) with a really popular guy name Skylar. Skylar and Yeonduk's relationship was toxic af, due to a few misunderstanding which really broke my heart. The story doesn't have te classic lovey-dovey moments until the second part of season two. It is more centered around Skylar's family problems and Yeonduk having to decide if he is willing to give up his love and happy memories to finally be free of Skylar. Season two is more of a BL type story, with... See full review
Manhwa is very bad, the characters are consume and faile, the story is ridiculous, and stupid fanfiction so funny, oh fuck the hero is rubbish, the author tries to show the hero with a smart appearance by making the people around him stupid . The author weaves the story to suit the hero, the plots are stupid and consumed and have no boring and unsuccessful flavor.See full review
After every chapter, I wanted to read the next chapter. And after every page, I wanted to read the next page. That's the sign of a good suspense manga. I definitely appreciated that this was a survival manga based on a natural disaster rather than some PvP, Saw-type shit (which I feel that I've encountered more frequently). Through the setting, it also condemns all those big corporations which trim costs by cutting corners and try to see how much they can get away with. You see, there was an earthquake which trapped a group of people within the subway, but the situation ends up a lot... See full review
This review contains spoilers!! I really liked the first half of this manhwa. The characters all had their own personalities and backstory, the main couple had great interactions and even the second couple had an interesting dinamic between them. The art is really pretty too, despite lacking some background sometimes. But when we got to the second half of the story, instead of exploring the problems each character had in a realistic way, we got a series of misunderstandings and lack of communication recycled over and over.. Spoilers now! I'll start with the second couple. We were presented with the... See full review
Possible spoilers: One of the first manga I've read, and it's by far my favorite. The characters are so loveable, and the art style just gets you sucked in, reading it for hours. The story goes from light-hearted to dark pretty quickly, so be prepared. Normally, I would always just watch anime and not read the manga, but I highly discourage that for Toilet-Bound Hanako-kun. The anime completely misses an entire part between Kou and Hanako that I feel is very important to their development towards each other. I didn't get the sucker punch of emotions in the anime as I did in the manga when Tsukasa and Amane... See full review
“Back to the day I was born!” Chapter 1: baby. Chapter 2: teenager.
Man, I hate it when authors skip the early childhood years because they’re lazy, but whatever. Then they spend twenty-something chapters after that talking about playing the stock market, tax evasion, and related finances/history from the 90s? And very little else? It’s probably incredibly boring for anyone without interest in those subjects.
Past Life Regressor is something you’ll want to binge read when there are loads of chapters available, and you can... See full review