Gantz will always be one of the best manga I have ever read, it's such an amazing experience with some of the best character development I have seen in any comic. It looks like Hiroya really put his all in this one. Truly remarkable... Until the last arc, of course. Everybody who has a minor understanding of what the characters motivations and personalities were will be left speechless by this last arc. Everything was wrong with it, the characters, the story, the goddamn drawing and composure of the action sequences, it was all a mess... But still, before the last arc, everything was excellent. Will i... See full review
With many positive reviews everywhere, I have to say I was severely disappointed.
The story pretty much follows the trend of:
Rinse and repeat until the end.
That being said, these satisfying moments are mostly that. Moments. I think I'm saying too much if I say they exceed 2chapters at a time. The rest are almost all frustrating.
While it ends on one of the mentioned satisfying moments, there's almost no reason for us to believe things won't go downhill again.
This manga could've, and I think should've, ended in about (the first) 30 or so... See full review
Shimanami Tasogare is a manga that truly brings light to what it means to be LGBT+ in a country that's mildly unaccepting of it. Despite only being 23 chapters long, we, as the readers, get to see a huge change in the characters that we're shown and though the ending was a bit rushed, this manga was absolutely stunning in art, amazing in it's characters, and even though the plot wasn't the best, it still worked. Shortly, I believe that it's definitely worth the read. Now for the elongated version of this review: The manga isn't for everyone. That's definitely true. It's heavy on themes like homophobia... See full review
Stain's quirk is like Hidan(Naruto Shippuden)'s powerSee full review
spoilerish!/ it absolutely broke my heart, i wish they had a happy ending. still, it was a beautiful manga.See full review
One of my favorite manga's of all time. The only reason it doesn't get a perfect score is because of the ending, it just felt like it could've been better for me. The art and the character development is amazing, as well as how the story progresses. You really don't come by manga's like this as often as you hould. But there's no need for me to say more, just look at all the other positive reviews.See full review
Love Hina was so incredibly difficult for me to get through. I was literally forcing myself to keep going. So this was suggested to me by a friend, otherwise I would probably have never touched Love Hina. Everybody's selling point for Love Hina is that its a harem but all the girls hate him. False. Half way through nearly all the girls love him. Also I know this is a comedy and did my best to evaluate it as such and not be to critical at its over the top antics since this is mostly a comedy but sometimes it was just so ridiculous. This is a... See full review
Where is the fucking manga you fucking brandead fucktards.See full review
If you're new to Code Geass, do yourself a favor and watch the anime. If your already did, I don't think you'll find much to like reading this. The anime is such an interesting mix of styles that seem confusing at first but it all adds up to a very compelling narrative. It has flaws, but you can forgive them simple because it's so entertaining. The manga feels like a below average shoujo. It lacks many strong points of the anime and therefore it's weaknessess are way more evident. I was surprised to see that the manga doesn't have mecchas. I don't care much for mecchas in general, but in... See full review
This came up while looking for "best horror comic book lists"on google, but there is nothing scary or creepy about any of these "extremely short stories" for me, my nightmares are 200x more scary and violent. Everything is a mini story which spans 1-5 pages. The biggest annoyance for me is that just as the "creepy thing/event" comes out or occurs, it doesn't show what actually happens, or the "result", leaving it feeling "unfinished" and half-assed. My other issue is that several of the stories feel extremely similar, with very minimal changes. Like really... See full review
This was actually surprisingly a really sweet story and I was very happy to have found it.See full review
THIS MANGA IS SO GOOD , BUT... I start reading today but they've abandoned the translation of this manga years ago , and i dont know how to read japanese , so i cant finish my reading , i'm stalled in chapter 16 :(See full review
Only upto 6 chapter's are translated so i cannot give a complete review as these chapter's just introduction to main story.Based on these chapter i will summerise the plot,The story revolves of female mc. She was a godly doctor (though she was called ugly by other's she seem quite beautiful...) and She is one of the most powerful person in this city.But One day Assassins tried to kill her, all her guards were killed and she was shocked to see her husband was actually the one led the assination attempt.She was betrayed by the one she loved the most and killed by him but she has been reborn... See full review
BEST MANGA EVER!!. It's a must read.See full review
The summary is inaccurate the story consists of two somewhat tundras (a suprising prince and a princess with a secret) that are in an arranged marriage to end fighting between their countries. Although they seem to not get along the truely do care for one another. Its a cute story just really short as it is only 4 1/2 chapters. I recommend reading it!See full review
Project Phone Doll is, in a word, Funny. It’s funny how the chrwcter acts, funny how the doll-phone works and just over all funny! I wish there had been more to this story, maybe other doll phones causing tension or fighting for attention. But it was still a cute read for a quick laugh. Not much re-readability though and it’s so short you’ll be on to your next read very soon after. But I’d you want to do a quick read for a quick laugh or maybe want to shock your friends at how strange Japan is, this would be a good choice!See full review
its exactly as it says...a toilet robot thing. It’s just a funny short story about a poor guy who just wants to go but gets accosted by this droid. I honestly would love to see how their antics continue!See full review
En el año 1984 fue estrenada Nausicaa del valle del viento, el segundo film de Miyazaki y la razón por la que hoy en día existe el estudio ghibli, a pesar de que no es propiamente de ghibli. La película, al igual que otras de su director, se caracterizó por tener ciertos temas ecologistas, de esos que estaban tan de moda en los 80’s, de los cuales desgraciadamente terminaron por producir muchas obras sermoneras y melosas que se recuerdan hoy en día con una gran infamia (coff coff capitán planeta coff). Afortunadamente nausicaa no fue uno de dichos... See full review
Cute short stories of gender-bending events. I would have liked the series to explore the world some more, but it was still a good read. It was cute either way because all the gender-bending was just accepted with understanding and compassion rather than as a comedic trope. It was fun because of how they explained the world to us only from the short examples of each change. It was fun with how easy it was to jump from each story. My main complaint is more just that there is only one story of a female changing to male, and she wasn’t even the main character. Still, it’s shelf’s we’re... See full review
im by no means a professional reviewer but I would like to share why I think this web-comic or whatever it is, is so fantastic. firstly, the art. The creator draws this BL as if it were an action-comedy. Over the top gore, crazy escapades, serious expressions etc etc... this contrast just seems to fit so well along with the dull masculine colours and the cutesy 'shipping moments' and bromance. next, the characters. They look hard as nails but get developed consistently throughout the story and aren't as 2d as they seem.... wha wah wah.... don't have much to say on them without spoiling, got some nice... See full review
This true story of trans woman Chii's covers her life growing up in a boy's body, her transition, and finally her wedding and marriage. She frankly discusses difficulties she's encountered in being a transgender person, from wanting to gossip about love with cisgender women to questions she's gotten from cisgender people in general, but there are many happy moments as well, including her coming-out tale and various stories about her relationship with Husband-kun, from their meeting to their wedding. There is a fair amount of informative material included, such as definitions of LGBT+... See full review
Now first you would ask, why is the overall rated 2.2 while all the other ratings are high up? Well I'll address that in a bit so don't worry. First the story, well the Story was good not the writing. Stuff is everywhere, unorganized not a very good writing (like most of light novels) But story? Good. Building tentions and dramatic scenery to intense action, must say was well done. Art, fantastic. Just beautiful. The art was just fit perfectly into the plot and the situation. Characters I personally just never will forget. Development of the character was done fanominally. Getting too emotionally attached... See full review
First I have watched the anime serie, and I loved it. To be honest I've watched probably three times already. I recently started to read manga. When I saw theire was also a manga serie of Junjou Romantica I wanted to read it. But In the manga they jump even more often from one storyline into the next. I found it a bit confusing. I love the characters and the story itself. In short I prefer the anime adaptation over the manga serie. Well I guess everyone has to decide what they prefer. So I definitly hope you give the manga and the anime a fair chance!!See full review
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started this since i wanted some cute loli stuff but then i got some shounen trash but i stayed since it had a cool idea with the whole memory eraseing and the mystory surounding it and it slow boiled to a satisfying conclusion around chapter 50 and then they should have stoped since after that i got an explnasion as to how things work i and my idea in my head was so much cooler long story short good stuff too bad the ending is a comlete cluster fuckSee full review
I won't include the synopsis, 'cause manga already has it, and what's most important, name itself is enough to give an idea of contents.
It's an important read, not just if you're Filipino, but also if you like historical manga, or simply want to learn something about Philippines. This magnificent manga could be described as both, historical and fiction. While the characters, dates and geography match the actual events, author took a lot of freedom describing private conversations and inner struggle. Even so, it's highly possible that similar happened.
Depending on personal... See full review
"The bell rings when the cat draws his sword!"
It's a cat world and on top of that, setting is in feudal Japan. Main character, Norachiyo, is a stray cat, one eyed rounin, wandering around to escape his past. However, there are some cats, despicable, unjust cats that he simply can't ignore even if it costs him his peace. So, he draws his sword to restore the ballance.
Like every warrior, he has an ultimate nemesis, an old foe and score to settle. His nemesis is Shiriya Abyihei. He's member of the secret police, and former street fighter, in constant pursuit of Norachiyo.
I'm not... See full review
I'm not sure how to begin describing this manga.
It's a provocative, short and disturbing read, but disturbing on a whole different level. While I'm used to reading about violence, gangs, monsters and torture, this should have been a relatively easy story to digest. But it wasn't.
This is a psychological horror manga with typical model as main character. Liliko changed everything about her looks, going under knife often enough that her body started to give up. Her days in entertainment industry are coming to an end, and she feels it, going through ocassional mental breakdowns... See full review
It might be your typical Yuri story but honestly, I don't really care. I cried, and obviously if a story can bring me to tears, it's decent enough to be recommended.See full review
It's a good manga ^^ I'd read it any time!See full review
Why can’t I read this manga, even tho I’m online? There’s just no option to start reading this... pls help ;(See full review
I loved reading this Manga over and over, enjoying the subtle way that the story was told with Mr. Grieves at the center. This story follows two main leads; A man who is a former mafia member in life, now one of the undead and a Cleaner for Hell. We see how he uses tricks of his new trade to turn renegade demon attacks into cold cases for the humans to never solve, so as the existence of demons stays that left in myths, legends, and Sunday school lectures. Our second lead is a young, teenage runaway who only wants to find a family of her own who understands her while living a little. Otherwise... See full review
From the start I wasn't sure to read this manga or not, but since there are only 3 chapters I decided to read it. FROM NOW ON THERE ARE SPOILERS When I started the manga I wasn't expecting the protagonist to actually marry the person that married her dead sister and that was her brother-in-law, especially after she discovered that he was always lying about the fact that he liked her. The problem is that the protagonist is so stupid that she fell in love with him and no one can make her change idea. At the end of the story there is our protagonist that understand that she made the wrong idea because she is... See full review
I like this kind of plot where the protagonist was weak at first then became strong (probably) in time. Too bad it was discontinued. The mc didn't get a chance to prove his worth in dancing because the manwha was stopped.See full review
2 different short short stories. The last one is incestuous... 👀👀👀See full review
Don't got much to say besides how much I truly adore this manga. From start to finish I was always eager to see more of the story behind Misaki and Usui and I loved watching their love blossom and their growth in the world together. They fight to be together and honestly its so satisfying to watch Misaki chase down Usui after he had been chasing her heart for so long X3. The comedy is top notch, the romance is top notch and the story is top notch. Just go read itSee full review
To all of those here. Taisho Wotome Otogibanashi was a train ride of emotions that I would find hard to describe eloquently. This manga is like a bundle of extreme coma-inducing cuteness packed with a pit full of emotions with its fair share of drama. This manga will make you grin harder than you ever have and make you root for a couple like no other. The romance isn't something that you see very often. It is something captivating and beautiful like a soaring bird or like a lotus that has been bathed in its morning dew. Once finished with this marvel, you won't be begging for more as It has already given... See full review
So I'm gonna keep this short and sweet, I have an anime review on this too so don't feel like getting all repetitive. Tokyo Ghoul has a wonderful premise. The idea and the execution are really well done and very enjoyable. I love the depth of the characters and the struggle of the ghouls in this world and everything about Ken, everything he suffers and overcomes and just fights for make this amazing to read. He has got to be one of the best anime main charcters out there. That being said I find the art in the manga compared to the anime to be sloppy. I prefer hard edges and sharp images so... See full review
So tokyo ghoul:re begins with a time skip and a new Ken, or as everybody else calls him now, Haise Sasaki. Ken has amnesia, which must be in the hat of japanese hot ideas for plots because amnesia is one of their favorite themes. After awhile its just annoying. Anywhoooo after establishings connections with this new group of characters and a new basis of importance so that the reader feels something for the new gang, Ken does eventually get his memories back. The whole Ken/Hasai thing was similar to the Ken/Rize mind conversations and it was pretty enjoyable reading those ... See full review
I thought it was really good, but the only thing I will say that I didn't like is that it's on hiatus, so it says its ongoing, but last time I've seen an upload what 2016. Its got 43 chapter, and I still recommend checking it out.See full review
Goatama is the only masterpiece in the world of Manga/Anime imo.See full review
i like it, it is really good, i can't exclipain how much I love itSee full review
This contains 5 short one shot stories. The third, fourth and fifth stories arent bad. The fifth story is kinda funny when the dude gets beat lmao but, with that said you could likely skip the first two stories and not miss out on much they were okay but, not really good. Overall the stories don't really hold together as a volume of stories and I wonder why they were added in together as they seem quite mismatched.See full review
It isn't bad it falls into the school/sport genre though the story doesn't really stick out much. That could be mostly because the one shots that focus romance/sports/school life typically only have 1 direction to really go in which was why I say its good but, not great and good but, not terrible. Its a decent quick read if you don't got time like most one shots.See full review
Art is personal preference for me I did feel like the lines were a bit to thick in this manga. Again just me. The story summary isn't very helpful so in short it is about a girl who falls in love with the smile of the boy she likes but, that smile she fell in love with is for another. In comes the make mc who she calls the devil or monster. The manga is decent but, it isn't great and it doesn't really leave an impression even for a one shot. I wil say one thing about this though the female mc is in her own way brave and honest not taking advantage of her crush and actually putting his... See full review
For a one shot it is pretty cute. It has the usual ending for one with a plot like this but, it is executed properly. It will seem a bit fast paced if you are not familiar with one shots but, it is a normal paced romance for them. Good if your just looking for a quick read and cute little one shot. Nothing sexual or over the top an innocent read.See full review
This manga is definitely a 10 out 10. It isn't like any typical love story, the plot and flow of the story is very well written. It can make you smile, giggle, laugh, teary and generate many more feelings. I very much adore how strong the main character is, she is the kind of girl that you would want to be. Anyway, just read it! Maganda Promise ☺️See full review
This manga from the art, the characters to the story are great. The art fits the theme of the story and it really is good at capturing what the character's are feeling, brings out the beauty of the stories locations as well as the characters. The characters all have something that comes around and provides you with backstory which helps you connect them to the main female and male mc. That is what makes a great story great, the fact that there is more to those support characters than just space. The two mc's are well done and each experience growth in ways that help them grow strong together... See full review
Where to start to be honest to list the good points this manga has would be easier than than labeling the bad. So here it goes: 1st-There is none... That is right. This manga is actually quite annoying to read because despite thinking Momo's character would learn her lesson the first dozen times after the same thing happens to her the fact is she doesn't. What is worse she keeps remaining oblivious to the mens intentions and she is always crying for ranmaru to help her or the two argue because she is an idiot. To be blunt it even comes off as her liking the attention despite her saying otherwise and the... See full review
Samurai Usagi is about a young samurai who had to become a samurai to follow his fathers path. He wishes to live an honorable life and become a great samurai so he won't have to commit seppeku like his father and brother before him. Although he is only 15, he is recently married to the sister of his superior (she's also 15). He's thinking about giving up, but once he starts to learn about his wife he begins to realize that he knows nothing about her, and she knows nothing about him. Deciding that he doesn't want to be a stranger to his own wife, he decides to make a great dojo to win her affection and... See full review