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Wolf Guy - Ookami no Monshou

ZombieChan's avatar
Feb 26, 2010

Akira is a new transfer student, but he isn't just a normal student. No, Akira, is a very unique person...After saving his teacher (after she wandered into a middle of a fight ^-^';) he is beaten (what seems like) to death, but some how survives. Ms. Aoshika believes there is no way that he could survive, until he shows up to school the next day...Without a single mark on his body. **The manga is one of my favorites ever so far. The onlt reason I gave it such a low score is because the chapters are so short, and the art isn't my favorite style. The story and the characters save it though. It's worth a... See full review

6/10 story
7/10 art
8/10 characters
6.5/10 overall

Black Bird

ZombieChan's avatar
Feb 26, 2010

Misao Harada is able to see "special" things others cannot. She hates this. She wants nothing to do with the demons and other magical beings that seem to be drawn to her. She is attacked by a demon wanted to eat her (yum), but is rescued by her childhood friend, Kyo (of Kyou, if you like it spelt that way...anyways). As it turns out that Misao is the "bride of prophecy", mean, that her blood can give the demon's clan who "claims" (^//^ Tehe) her great power. But most demons wish to eat her and keep the power for themselves. Now the younger is trying to stay alove, and decide... See full review

6/10 story
8/10 art
5/10 characters
8.5/10 overall

Azumanga Daioh

nasreen10's avatar
Feb 23, 2010

Story: Oh Azumanga Daioh, how amusing you are. Light and humorous and flowing as well. I felt myself laughing all time while reading this. From all the little quirks and oddities, Azumanga isn't short of comedy and fun. Nothing to heavy and I never found myself bored. The ending was fitting and not overdone. Just a great bundle of fun. Art: Cute and amusing. Character designs fit to a tee. I found Chiyo's father pretty creepy though. Other than that, the art is easy on the eyes. The short panels don't do much for the background but there not supposed to. Chiyo-chan is the epitome of cuteness especially... See full review

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

Ai Hime: Ai to Himegoto

cloudruler116's avatar
Feb 22, 2010

This was borderline hentai. i mean really? Why would they think a story about an uncle boning his little niece is good material. This just makes me sick. I guess this was for the Japanese redneck community.

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1/10 story
5/10 art
1/10 characters
3/10 overall

Kieli

Inuyana890's avatar
Feb 21, 2010

I found the plot to be great and the character were well developed in my opinion. I enjoyed the ending but I wish that the their adventures had lasted longer.

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

Rosario + Vampire

Mataro's avatar
Feb 20, 2010

This manga is really great.The hole story is based on Tsukune Aono's (human) entry at a school made for monsters.His actions and the friendship bonds he created with some other characters (mostly female) will get him involved in a bunch of different situations,which generally make the manga even more interestingThe plot is pretty much the same as the anime  (which came after the manga) and actually contains more stuff,which in my opinion had to be in the anime series.The characters are very well designed,but not flauless.The same goes for the hole art thing.This is a must read manga in my... See full review

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

Bokutachi wa Shitte Shimatta

Chiara's avatar
Feb 18, 2010

'Bokutachi wa Shitte Shimatta' by Kaho Miyasaka is my favourite manga out of all those that I have ever read even though I'm not finished with it. I absolutely fancy Miyasaka's style of drawing, espially how she draws the Vol. and Ch. covers. She is my very favourite mangaka in general, but with BTWSS, she did actually prove her talent for drawing in my opinion.The basic storyline of BTWSS is pretty stereotype since there are many manga, anime, movies and books which tell a girl's story on which the boy she loves has a big influence. Even the main aspects which define the story, like Kotori's shyness or the... See full review

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

Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle

Faeverily's avatar
Feb 16, 2010

I can't recommend this series enough. Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle is a must-read for any hardcore CLAMP fan. The story, characters, and art are all top-notch. One thing to be noted is that by the time you reach the Acid Tokyo arc, everything gets flipped upside-down. The second half of Tsubasa is an extreme departure from the first; it is no longer a light-hearted nakama adventure story, but something that would be fitting in a seinen manga.---> READ MY FULL, IN-DEPTH REVIEW HERE: http://myanimelist.net/manga/9/Tsubasa_RESERVoir_CHRoNiCLE/reviews(Please mark my in-depth review as helpful if you found it... See full review

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

Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle

Merryberry's avatar
Feb 16, 2010

Intro...Syaoran and Sakura live in Clow Country, a world of sand with mysterious ruins within.  A chance event within causing Sakura to loose her memories in the form of feathers and they are scattered over many different worlds.  Syaoran travel with the aid of Kurogane and Fai to these other worlds in order to find the memories and return them to Sakura.Story: 10I must admit that having not read any of CLAMPS works, I must have been at a disadvantage.  In fact, only have watched Chobits was the furthest that I've ever got.  However, even without this, the story of Tsubasa: Reservoir... See full review

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

Hot Gimmick S (Light Novel)

nasreen10's avatar
Feb 15, 2010

My review for Hot Gimmick sums up my feelings for the base of this novel but the novel proves to be only a slight bit better. The ending is......a little bit better than Hot Gimmick which wouldn't be hard to do. However, the writing style is atrocious along with the plot. It is utterly predictable. No Ryoki makes the novel like having your skin burned with a lighter instead of like in Hot Gimmick where it was like being in burned to the stake. There was a reason why she draws scenery and characters. The descriptions were so lackluster and boring. It read like a second grade level book... See full review

1/10 story
?/10 art
2/10 characters
1.5/10 overall

Hot Gimmick

nasreen10's avatar
Feb 15, 2010

Contains some spoilers but nothing to bad. Story: Well we have an incompetent girl who is the apple of two slightly three guys and finds herself torn between these affections. Also, she feels she must keep her sister's secret of her almost getting pregnant. Drama, drama, drama some romance, and gasp the crappiest endings I have yet to read. When the girl's only options are: abuser, gang banger, and brother, and I would chose her brother, we have some issues. I have an older brother and I know how even if I found out that he wasn't my biological brother, my family sentiments wouldn't... See full review

2/10 story
5/10 art
1/10 characters
1/10 overall

Absolute Boyfriend

nasreen10's avatar
Feb 12, 2010

Story: For shoujo lovers, you will eat this up. Girl with little good qualities finds amazing unattainable men who loves her wholeheartingly.  Yet even with the generic premise, it surprises you. It's drama and humor and love and although it can be cheesy, you want to keep reading. The ending is sad in a way but not bad. Also, if you have anything important to do within the next couple of days, DO NOT start absolute boyfriend. This manga is addicting and once you start, you'll have read 20 some chapters, look at the time and realize "OMG, it's 4 in the morning, I need to go to bed......but just... See full review

6/10 story
6.5/10 art
5/10 characters
6/10 overall

Strawberry 100%

KaguZuchi's avatar
Feb 10, 2010

Ichigo 100% sets itself apart from the ordinary ecchi/harem series through adept character development, fine art-work, and exceptional story weaving. As with real-life, adianoeta (double-entendres) can bewilder even the most astute when applied to matters of the heart. Do not be fooled in any single sitting that it may seem that Junpei's dealings and emotions for each woman tangle and straighten at random. What you find at the end of a chapter, story arc, and eventually the series conclusion, is a supurbly intricate balance of life, loss, and love. The finale will leave you with one of the most... See full review

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

Die

Omurqi's avatar
Feb 3, 2010

Die shows the reader a suicide note from a girl to her brother, in which she describes what she thought of her life, who she loved, but most importantly, what drove her from leading a normal life to the end of her road… In short, Die is a deep, psychological One Shot. It's disturbing, and by not being very graphic about it, the power of imagination hits you all the stronger. While it won’t be the most emotional thing you’ll ever read, partly because of the mere 13 pages of content, it’s most definitely worth your time if themes like appeal to you.

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?/10 story
?/10 art
?/10 characters
7.8/10 overall

The Female Fridge No. 1

Omurqi's avatar
Feb 3, 2010

I’m really unsure what to think of this one. It certainly left some kind of impression on me, a combination of laughter, bore and uneasiness. As anyone would get from reading the site synopsis, the premise is entirely ridiculous. The story starts out pretty funny, with nearly orgasmic and heated descriptions about filling the shelves of the fridge. Soon however, the story takes a turn for the worse when other people start entering the pages. Before long, the initially funny tale turns into a combination of angst and a rather ridiculous horror-fest, one drawn so painfully undetailed that it... See full review

?/10 story
?/10 art
?/10 characters
6/10 overall

Chocolate (Mitsukazu MIHARA)

Omurqi's avatar
Feb 3, 2010

Comedy manga are plentiful. From shounen novels full of funny quirks, to whole series with the sole purpose of making you laugh on for hours. However, never before did a manga succeed at making me laugh out loud from the second page on, all the way to the end at page eight! That’s right; Children Can’t Choose Their Parents for me is a highly successful “boost of laughter”. It’s rather crude and not relatable, but who gives a flying chicken, it’s super short and incredibly funny!

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

Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann: Yoko no Obeso-hen

izunadrop510's avatar
Feb 3, 2010

There isn't really much to this manga. Its basically taking all the characters from Gurren Lagann and putting them into a lot of funny situations. Whether it is remembering Kamina, or battling the Anti-Spiral, Yoko no Obeso-hen will probably make you laugh or get really mad. I enjoyed this manga but it lacks the spiral power that Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann delivers. If you know nothing about Gurren Lagann then you would be kinda lost because most of the jokes revolve around the Gurren Lagann universe.

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?/10 story
?/10 art
?/10 characters
5/10 overall

Kandachime

Hiyapeeps's avatar
Feb 2, 2010

Kandachime is your typical shounen manga; good fights, a bit of fan service, a hint of romance, weak male protagonist + weird power + gaining strength over time, slightly weak plot development... you know the drill, and with not much to set it apart from any other manga in the genre, it comes a cross as decent, but nonetheless average. The story can feel forced at times, the odd conveniently placed enemy at just the wrong or right time is a little too perfect, though most of the time you won't notice it. Lets just say, this isn't a manga with a massively strong story, though it keeps your interest pretty... See full review

6.5/10 story
6/10 art
7.5/10 characters
6.5/10 overall

I Am Here!

usaginene's avatar
Jan 31, 2010

It's so cute! The story line can associate with a lot of people. A story similar to this is Othello-- a shy girl who has a trick up her sleeves; Split personalities! How will her other self her her true self?

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

Kashimashi: Girl Meets Girl

Omurqi's avatar
Jan 30, 2010

After having read a couple of gender-bender manga, both good and bad, it seemed like they had, without exception, ecchi written all over them. Bracing myself for another flesh-fest, I was pleasantly surprised by Kashimashi’s focus on non-ecchi comedy and romance, all while keeping the gender change as a solid central theme. Story When Hazumu awakes after a surreal alien-encounter, he finds himself in surprisingly good shape, with one exception: he’s no longer a “he”! After this bizarre event, you follow him around as he tries to cope with his new body and all the effects... See full review

?/10 story
?/10 art
?/10 characters
7.5/10 overall

Emma

cassiesheepgirl's avatar
Jan 29, 2010

Story: 8.5/10 I’ve always been a bit of a tomboy; as a child I would be in the garden playing with frogs instead of hosting a tea party for my dollies. Now in my mid-twenties, while I no longer try to pet any unwilling amphibian in my path, I am still more likely to be diving headfirst into a sea of shounen goodness rather than weeping my way through romantic dramas. However, one lusciously ladylike love story manages to break through my many boyish layers and tug at my very heartstrings. It’s clear that Emma is something special. The plot revolves around the straightforward premise... See full review

8.5/10 story
10/10 art
9/10 characters
9.2/10 overall

Berserk

TheMajor5's avatar
Jan 29, 2010

The Godfather of all fantasy manga.  Berserk is considered one of the most enjoyable, mind-expanding, creative pieces of art introduced to the manga world.  There is hardly any analogy I can think of that could compare to its greatness.  Well it’s like Candyland made real or a real money tree growing in your yard.  It's one those things that just takes the words out of your mouth, if you catch my drift.  Alright! I have much to say about Berserk so this review might be a tid-bit lengthy. Story 10/10   Insane!!!  Few manga can compare to the pure imagination... See full review

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

Beauty Pop

xxxanimefan1994xxx's avatar
Jan 25, 2010

It isn't the best manga I've read, but I can get my mind of it. I read it twice already but for some reason I want to read it again.

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

Happy Every Day

MageOnx's avatar
Jan 19, 2010

Although the manga is veeeeeery short, it is still a beautiful and touching classic love story where a boy loves a girl who loves another dreaming boy who has a girlfriend. But, the girl Konno reallises her love was in vain and after the other guy catches a cold and is absent from the part-time job they're both working at, she sudenly realises his affection and decides to give him a chanse. There, I spoiled the end for you. But the whole manga is actually pretty seen-through if you're into these love triangles anyway, so I don't think I gave away that much. Anyway, if you're still considering reading, I... See full review

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

Blank Slate

Kraecha's avatar
Jan 16, 2010

Blank Slate, or Akusaga is a short manga - it has only 8 chapters, but it certeinly is an interestiong position. Story:The main character of the story is Zen, a man without any restraints, who thinks nothing of law. He steals, he kills, he destroys the world. He wants to be completely free and if anyone dares to control him, he will suffer greatly. But Zen has one weakness - he can't remember anything about his past. In fact, he doesn't even know his own name... And as a 'perfect weapon', he cannot let himself posses the slighest weaknes. Art:Well, i took up this manga because of the artwork... See full review

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

Kashimashi: Girl Meets Girl

ThePatches's avatar
Jan 13, 2010

Story 7.5/10 Sometimes, the source material really is better than the anime. In the case of Kashimashi: Girl Meets Girl, this statement rings true. As I stated in my review of the anime, this straightfoward gender-bender love-triangle offers both a touching love story, and a feasible look at gender identity (as feasible as a story involving aliens and overnight sex-change could be). Instead of re-hashing my review of the anime, I'll point out why I think the manga does a better job. To put it simply: pacing and plausibility. Where the anime... See full review

7.8/10 story
7.5/10 art
7.3/10 characters
7.5/10 overall

Hellsing

Valmios's avatar
Jan 12, 2010

This Manga is awesome im like amazed by the epicnes of this manga its the best Vampire Manga Ever :) read it and cry of happynes

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

Akaku Saku Koe

fasang's avatar
Jan 11, 2010

This manga has the look and feel of a "first release" of a mangaka.The story itselfe took a bit of efford in following, but was worth while.The art was outstanding, I realy like the 'scetchy' style, makes the caracters seem more realistic.The caracters are well chosen, it is admirable how one can balance characters so well for a story.Overall a very pleasent, thow a bit short and high speed manga.

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

Code Geass: Nightmare of Nunnally

SwordsManIV's avatar
Jan 10, 2010

Out of all the Code Geass mangas, this is the top manga must reads. The story is set on Nunnally the youger sister of Lelouch; which whom is the one granted power of the kings. She believes Lelouch was killed while walking through the getto of Japan; now called Area 11. The power she is given grants her the ability to see the lines of the future; (as of used in the anime during the last few episodes). The manga really explains more on the history of this unknown power and to what Britannia was doing with CC's powers. That is what really drew me into the manga. The characters are good leaving out Susaku most... See full review

9.5/10 story
9.8/10 art
9.8/10 characters
10/10 overall

Fall In Love Like a Comic!

blueangel06661's avatar
Jan 9, 2010

Fall in Love Like a Comic was definately one of my favorite [mangaka] based genre. The art was definatly cute, adorable, and over all pleasant to look at. The story was basically the typical plot for a manga based around a slightly overworked mangaka with minimal if any experience in love. However this particular story by far exceeded my expiations. It was not boring and was a page turner. The characters were also pretty typical. A geeky loveless girl protagonist [Sakura] who is secretly a well-known mangaka. Then enter the cool player like handsome guy who discovers... See full review

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

Lament of the Lamb

Omurqi's avatar
Jan 7, 2010

After watching the anime OVA version of Lament of the Lamb a good while ago, I looked a little into it and quickly found out it was actually an adaption of the manga. Since I loved the 1h45 show for its dark, gritty and gloomy way of storytelling, the manga was quickly marked as Want to Read. However, due to all sorts of things, I kept putting it off until now. How I regret not reading this sooner… “Mingled among the Sheepthere is a Wolf— And by his own lonely fangs he is rent.” Story The story follows Kazuna Takeshiro, a high-school student who finds out about a... See full review

9/10 story
7/10 art
9.8/10 characters
9.3/10 overall

Sunshine Sketch

AmyInWonderland's avatar
Jan 6, 2010

I read the whole Volume One of Sunshine Sketch, and not once did it make me grin, let alone smile or laugh. Which is a shame because I found the art and the characters to be cute. The characers antics were just stupid and brought out a 'so what?...next' attitude. Sure, in some of them the characer did something silly, but it wasn't  funny. I read the whole book looking for just one funny panel and I don't think I succeded.

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2/10 story
7/10 art
7/10 characters
4/10 overall

Sugar Princess: Skating To Win

blueangel06661's avatar
Jan 2, 2010

Sugar Princess is drawn slightly different than the mangas I normally read. The main character Maya's face is slightly more rounded than a girls face in a typical shojo. Over all the drawings were different but very pleasing. However the thing that is most entertaining about this manga is that it's about a sport that not many manga's or anime's feature. The story though seems to sorta end like there is going to be a 3rd volume but it's a definite end at 2 volumes :[Recs:Both Sugar Princess(Manga) and Ginban kaleidoscope (Anime & Manga) feature a rare genre in the manga/anime world, figure skating... See full review

?/10 story
?/10 art
?/10 characters
7/10 overall

Boku wa Kiss de Uso wo Tsuku

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Jan 2, 2010

~Story:Although it's a relatively simple story and rather plain in some ways, it's the originality of the situation that appealed to me. Meiko-chan is so brutally human in so many ways that I found it interesting to continue reading. It's her honest-to-truth, naivety that really makes it a worthwhile read, in my opinion.
~Art:I really loved Toma Rei's art! Especially with Meiko-chan's eyes and her senpai's hair. Mikoshiba-senpai really gives off the feel of his personality through his looks~really creepy. Meiko's hair is done really well, too && the emotional panels are exceptionally lovely<3... See full review

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

Elfen Lied

Zerocrossings's avatar
Dec 31, 2009

Elfen Lied involves themes of social alienation, identity, revenge, child abuse, jealousy, regret and the value of humanity. At least, thats what Wikipedia says. All of these themes are explored in the most shallow of ways and doesnt leave much for you to think about. Good and bad are clearly distinguished, with the bad mostly being the most extreme forms of sadism and the good being everyone else.There are mainly two things that makes this manga "Mature". First is gore. Which isnt done badly, but overused alot. Ultimately reducing the shock value of seeing someones limbs getting torn off for the... See full review

5/10 story
4/10 art
4/10 characters
4/10 overall

High School Debut

BlackRozeOtaku's avatar
Dec 30, 2009

yay my first review!!!(sorry its too short or watever!) well anyways......I loved this manga!!!! Back when it would be updated on mangafox i was probably the first one to read the latest chapter cuz i thought it was that good!kinda still sad that its over!!! >.< anyways...the story revolves around a optimistic girl who is dreaming to land a boyfriend in high school(this usually practically every girl's dream..haha)after going through middle school being a tomboy and super athletic.The only prob is that she has the fashion sense of a dead rat!(excuse my bad analogy!!!)The only possible grim light of... See full review

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

Future Diary

Adhyaksa's avatar
Dec 30, 2009

 Mirai Nikki is a manga that follows the story of a bystander who's always writing a diary with his cellphone. Not long after the manga starts, this young man is caught in a game of survival or rather...destiny.  A game that only one will remain and stand on top of everyone's corpse, a game of mutinies, a game which even god is digusted to look at, and a game...of affection.Story: 8/10First impression i got when i read this manga was "this is so Higurashi and DeathNote combined", turns out i wasn't really wrong. While being 30-50 pages per chapter can almost guarantee the depth of the... See full review

8/10 story
7/10 art
7/10 characters
7.3/10 overall

Message to Adolf

AirCommodore's avatar
Dec 29, 2009

Adolf is one of Osamu Tezuka (one of, if not the, most prolific mangaka)'s last manga.STORYSummary: Sohei Toge is a Japanese reporter observing the Berlin Olympic games in 1936, when his younger brother is murdered. However, his neighbors claim he had never existed! It's as if the Nazi party had wiped him off the face of the planet. Upon investigating his death, Sohei unearths some mysterious clues, and priceless information about the Nazi party which he must protect at all costs. At the same time, in Kobe, two young German boys, Adolf Kaufman the son of Nazis, and Adolf Kamil the son of Jews strike... See full review

?/10 story
?/10 art
?/10 characters
7.5/10 overall

Angel Sky

MonickerL's avatar
Dec 29, 2009

As a one-shot, Angel Sky isn't given much room in which to develop its characters, but it does a fine job of making you feel for the lead duo, and feel their special bond.  The ending wasn't expected, albeit a bit stereotypical.  I suppose that can't be helped, considering the narrow possiblities.  All in all, it's a good short read sure to delight any romantic-hearted manga lover.

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

Hotel

AirCommodore's avatar
Dec 23, 2009

I usually hate anything and everything with an environmental theme (way too preachy), but I thoroughly enjoyed this. It reminded me of Isaac Asimov's "The Last Question", the plot and tone were along the same vein. The art was attractive, especially the couple of full-color pages in the beginning. It's pretty short (one-shot), so there isn't much more I can say, but I recommend it! (Didn't get full marks because the brief chibi-humor felt weird, and I wasn't quite pleased with the ending, but everything else was great)

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?/10 story
?/10 art
?/10 characters
8.5/10 overall

Ludwig Kakumei

Peachie's avatar
Dec 12, 2009

What's more fun than taking our favorite childhood fairytales and twisting them into heinous tales a betrayal, bitterness, and hatred? Aside from tacos and dirty magazines nothing. I latched on to this series because 1: I love Yuki Kaori's art, its fabulous. I love how it teeters on the edge of goth and glam, I love everything about it. and 2 I love making those old princess stories into horror stories, it's just so fun. And so we begin: Ludwig Kakumei is the story of one Prince Ludwig who has an unhealthy obsession with the bodies of beautiful dead women. His father the king, fed up orders Ludwig to go out... See full review

9.3/10 story
10/10 art
7/10 characters
9/10 overall

Suzuka

TheMajor5's avatar
Dec 12, 2009

Story 10/10 Now I know some of people may ask, "How can you possibly give a romance a 10/10"?  The answer is simple, I could not stop thinking about it for weeks.  It had me thinking about so many things and most of all, I could not stop reading it.  I'm sure you manga addicts out there now what I mean when I say this.  Some manga is just to good to put down, literally.  Well that's the case with Suzaka.  The story is inspiring in that towards the end, no matter how much you hate it, determination comes through. Suzuka is about your average high school guy who... See full review

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

Nextworld

cassiesheepgirl's avatar
Dec 11, 2009

Story: I have a confession. Despite thoroughly enjoying Metropolis and devouring any of the Black Jack anime that I can lay my grubby little hands on, I have never read any of Osamu Tezuka’s manga – that is until now. My first dip into the world of the ‘God of Manga’ is the two volume sci-fi story – Nextworld. Its plotline is rich with political and philosophical themes, from a wryly satirical look at the Cold War and the possible fallout of atomic warfare to references to apocalypse and the story of Noah’s Ark. Add in opportunistic greed, oppression and the... See full review

4/10 story
5/10 art
2/10 characters
4/10 overall

Kaira

Lagore's avatar
Dec 10, 2009

To be fair, I don't know exactly how I feel about this manga.  It's either incredibly dense and symbolic, or incredibly pretentious and poorly done.  I read it because it had a really fascinating premise.  Unfortunately, that premise is just horribly executed.  I could barely make heads or tales of what is going on it-STORY-In this story, two girls, who look exactly the same wake up in a weird room.  Long story short, they are told that one of them has to kill the other.  Now, that's a good basic premise, if you ask me.  But what follows is filled with unexplained... See full review

2/10 story
8/10 art
2/10 characters
2/10 overall

Model

Kari5's avatar
Dec 6, 2009

Model came out just as the large vampire trend was beginning. And I do believe those who are interested in romance/vampire series could find this enjoyable. I, however, do not find the genre interesting and found this a chore to read. The romance plot was a bit too cliché and therefore boring, although the additons of some extra supernatural characters did help. Story Model is about a young girl, Jae, whos roommate brings home an unconscious man. During the night the weak man, Micheal, reveals himself as a vampire as he drinks Jae's blood before passing out. As her own personal revenge she... See full review

5/10 story
5/10 art
5/10 characters
4/10 overall

Bio Meat

ThePatches's avatar
Dec 4, 2009

Story 7.6/10 Zombies are all the rage these days. The combination of transmitable infection and the inevitable onslaught of mindless horrors provides an easy source of thrills and the proper context to show people at their worst. Good thing Fujisawa Yuki could care less about popularity. It's one thing to overrun a country with running or shuffling undead or even to fill its landscape with creepy fish creatures, but if you want to see all the way into the dark depths of human nature, destroy Japan with a commodity. The whole mess starts when some bio-meat--a genetically engineered food... See full review

7.6/10 story
7/10 art
7.5/10 characters
7.6/10 overall

Uzumaki: Spiral into Horror

Omurqi's avatar
Dec 2, 2009

Do you know how, after watching some horror movie in pitch black, you feel slightly reluctant to turn on the light, just in case there really is something there? How you start looking over your shoulder for something that’s not there? That’s exactly what I never got from anime or manga. Sure enough, there’s a fair share of highly disturbing material out there, but nothing that actually did this to me. That was, until I encountered Uzumaki. Story: 8.5/10Let me start with saying that Uzumaki, in contrary to the impression I just gave, isn’t particularly scary on itself... See full review

8.5/10 story
9/10 art
6/10 characters
8/10 overall

Onani Master Kurosawa

Szwagier's avatar
Nov 30, 2009

It's quite rare for a manga to catch my attention just by title. Summary, reccommendation, artwork  - sure, this can easily make me want to read something. But titles are usually more of a cover, that I don't really care about. This time it was different. Onani master Kurosawa - "what the hell? no they didn't..."  - those were the first thoughts that went through my head, after noticing this on the list of mangas. Curious about it I went to read summary, and bursted with laughter - they actually did made a manga about a guy who is master of masturbation. The concept was so... See full review

8.5/10 story
7/10 art
8/10 characters
8/10 overall

He Dedicated to Roses

AirCommodore's avatar
Nov 22, 2009

Ah, the Shoujo soap opera. Most beloved of all the nonsense genres (I don't actually know if that's true, I just can't think of anything else to put here). Ha ha! I didn't realize this was a manhwa at first, so I read the first ten or so pages manga-style. Upon recognizing my mistake, I re-read them, and it made way more sense. STORY After her family goes bankrupt, Choi Ida is taken in and bullied by her childhood not-so-friend, Shin Mimi, who forces Ida to do anything and everything she wants. Ida is unable to stand up to Mimi (or her family will be turned out on the streets), so she takes out her... See full review

?/10 story
?/10 art
?/10 characters
4/10 overall

Confidential Confessions

chii's avatar
Nov 22, 2009

I simply loved this manga. so much i actually own it for my collection. this manga takes a look at real life situations and explores people's thoughts and feelings while going through tough times. Bulling, suicide, to rape there are no boundries that this manga will concider off limits.read at your own risk as the stories aren't for the weak of heart and might make people cry.

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