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HachirĊ Oka
March 19, 2009, 10:58 AM
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studiokid
March 21, 2009, 09:25 AM
Yeah money and intelligence was a great concept and interesting to me also but TRAP seems more interesting , i can't wait to see how it places in the golden cup.

VASSiLi
March 21, 2009, 11:51 AM
Mh, I don't like "Money and Intelligence". I don't know why, but imho is too boring. However, I really want to read an one-shot on CROW and why not, on Fukuda's manga. I can finally say that actually, the best manga is CROW.

GARusashi
March 21, 2009, 03:35 PM
Mh, I don't like "Money and Intelligence". I don't know why, but imho is too boring. However, I really want to read an one-shot on CROW and why not, on Fukuda's manga. I can finally say that actually, the best manga is CROW.

we don't even have any idea what Crow is about though. Unless it was mentioned and I skipped past it for some reason.

I kind of liked the angel manga idea, but the whole love story in there kind of turned me off. I think Fukuda would be my favorite manga-ka and Aoi would be my least favorite.

VASSiLi
March 21, 2009, 04:44 PM
we don't even have any idea what Crow is about though.

CROW is a battle manga and as you can see, imho, it had the best art. However, as I said, I want to know more about this manga, and if possibile to read an one-shot about it.

bunshindattebayo
March 21, 2009, 07:31 PM
I would like to read TRAP.

VASSiLi
March 22, 2009, 02:53 PM
I would like to read TRAP.

TRAP it's nice, but it will be much similar to Detective Conan (imho).

Lohnt
March 22, 2009, 05:23 PM
Money and Intelligence was hawt and original. Trap would be awesome if it was set up in M & I's world.. a detective that had to take down criminals that downloaded/stole information and his main rival had his downloaded the protagonists brain thus always avoiding him. But it's not.

I still say Crow is too much like Bleach and the story wouldn't keep me interested.
Even though the art is fantastic and beautiful.

Elyon A. Luna
March 22, 2009, 05:55 PM
I wonder what's Colorfusical about.. though I'll still think it sucks

And Yellow Hit.... damn Eiji !

sharingan_kakashi
March 24, 2009, 05:06 PM
Crow looks interesting. i like the design of the feather blade.

mugiwara84
March 25, 2009, 05:59 AM
This title makes it almost implie that we're actually able to read those mangas in Bakuman which sadly we can't. But I'm also going with money and intelligence, it did look the most interesting. The concept was just to interesting.

But the one I was most interested in is the two worlds cause I truly wanted to know how that manga would be since I always wondered how it would play out. How does everyone take advantage of two worlds? Did every person had his own second world? Well due to little info I do vote for Money & Intelligence.

Crow, seems your average shonen which I would just read as one of the many but wouldn't find a master piece. The designs are great but is the plot really that interesting? Especially when Eiji hasn't be really pictured as one whose plot is the most interesting rather then extra-ordinary drawing.

Sexy Randal 105
March 27, 2009, 02:24 PM
Money and intelligence just reminded me of Death Note. XD

Aoki Ko
April 03, 2009, 06:33 PM
First post ever! Well,i think the best manga is Detective Trap or Hide Out Door.
Why?
DT:
The idea sounds awesome.From wut i read in the resent chapters.I lost almost all hope for this idea.I mean it was corny!!!
HOD:
Lets say it got serialized in JUMP for real.I mean it would be at least in the top 5,right.
Because the art would be awesome that is almost it.The story(from wut i have read) feels alot like Narnia with a little bit of Harry Potter.

Well,even with its flaws. this stories i feel are the best. but if i had to choose one it woud be Detective Trap.

Sexy Randal 105
April 08, 2009, 10:36 PM
Hide out door looked kind of lame. It was too girly for my taste.

Flolex
April 10, 2009, 11:29 AM
best manga has to be Superhero Legend :worship2

mega walker
April 17, 2009, 03:45 AM
i realy want to read fukuda's "kiyoshi knight"
it looked like an awsome yankee manga

[DFX]
April 17, 2009, 10:51 PM
I'm gonna go with detective trap simply because I'm a fan of the way the main character is drawn and because detective manga always seem to captivate me.

SoulReaporKoul
April 18, 2009, 06:03 AM
Definitely Money and Intelligence.

From the way it's described in Bakuman it seems just like the manga one would have expected from the team that brought us "Death Note", compelling characters, a dark theme, and a reflection of society. A part of me wishes they had done that instead of Bakuman, although I really do enjoy it, especially the inside details on Shonen Jump, as well as some of the concept mangas introduced.

Milkymalk
April 19, 2009, 10:00 PM
I think I would really enjoy reading Hideout Door (I'm kind of a fan of fairy tales), but Kiyoshi Knight has to be awesome. The main character is so ridiculously badass cool ("I'm fine as long as my guts don't fall out") that the series has to rock.

mega walker
May 24, 2009, 10:49 AM
well now i feel like reading crow
the art is awsome so is the character
i really want to know what the story is though

i want to know what crows about

TitaniumChloride
June 03, 2009, 06:32 AM
From the brief times that we get to see of each of the mangas, I think my favourite would be Crow, though I'd really like to see some real action scenes from it to be certain.

Crude
June 03, 2009, 05:57 PM
They're all just so awesome! Even Otter! But if I'd have to pick any specific ones, it would have to be Trap, Hideout Door and Crow.

Doragon
June 05, 2009, 02:12 AM
O11. Definitely.

Kibate
June 12, 2009, 08:10 PM
i think the best manga overall would be crow for normal shonen stuff and trap for cult stuff
BUT my personal favourite would be kiyoshi knight, because its just over the top hotbloodness.
Even though i also like the setting of Hideout Door.

The only thing i could never read is Otter, it's seems as wacky as bobobobo and i don't like these non sense mangas... i can't understand how Mashiro said it's ">jump< style"

Magicoreo
June 14, 2009, 02:16 PM
Crow, hands down. Maybe Trap as well...
No, all of them seem awesome, IMO. Except for Colorfusical.
Really, all of them seem interesting in each perspective.

sephiroth135
June 15, 2009, 05:08 AM
I like Otter 11 ... just because the concept cracks me up

Crow would probably be the most popular.

El Autor
June 16, 2009, 12:07 PM
I would like to read Crow. :D

Mugiwara_no_Jack
June 18, 2009, 07:10 AM
I'd go with Kiyoshi Knight

nahkampfbiber
June 21, 2009, 07:25 AM
Chapter 42 just strengthened my desire to read a story like Otter 11.

"I can forgive you as a person, but I can't forgive you as an Otter!" :tem

Kibate
June 21, 2009, 01:51 PM
Chapter 42 just strengthened my desire to read a story like Otter 11.

"I can forgive you as a person, but I can't forgive you as an Otter!" :tem

even though i agree those few panels were funny, it would still hurt my brain to read an entire chapter...IT DOESN'T MAKE ANY SENSE

Kaiser Will
June 21, 2009, 05:20 PM
Trap for sure, mistery always catch you up more in the plot, because you always wanna know how, when and why the bad guy did what he did, the motivation is what mistery keep you on with the story.
Manga like CROW have a lot around here, so I, personally, could read, but I won't became a huge fan.

Otter 11 seems to be really funny if something can make me laugh until my mouth hurts I sure will enjoy read this manga.

Doragon
June 21, 2009, 10:24 PM
even though i agree those few panels were funny, it would still hurt my brain to read an entire chapter...IT DOESN'T MAKE ANY SENSE
It won't make any sense if you're close-minded.

Crow looks great but I'm afraid that it might progress like those same old mediocre shonen mangas. Overall it's still jump-style imo.

SHINOBI-03
June 22, 2009, 07:46 AM
even though i agree those few panels were funny, it would still hurt my brain to read an entire chapter...IT DOESN'T MAKE ANY SENSE

I guess that'll make you not able to be a fan of Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo or Gintama or any crazy nonsense gag manga

Kibate
June 22, 2009, 04:18 PM
I guess that'll make you not able to be a fan of Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo or Gintama or any crazy nonsense gag manga

exactly, even though they are very popular, and i do like mainstream, i can't seem to enjoy those two


It won't make any sense if you're close-minded.

hah? -.-
So, please tell me open-minded person, how does a humanoid otter walking around with stones as fist make any sense to you? And how does the fact that otters have a different sense of justice than humans?(while i can forgive you as a person, i can't forgive you as an otter) WHUT?!

Arystar Krory
August 05, 2009, 12:36 PM
It would be interesting "Money and intelligence" it sounds seem to Death Note, and Otters must to be so crazy and surreal, it would be really funny xD.

See you later LOL xD

wingman32x
September 21, 2009, 06:30 PM
My vote is for money&Intelligence. I love Mystery/Suspense manga like that.

Ilcm26
September 24, 2009, 07:29 AM
http://www.onemanga.com/Bakuman/50/04/

I wonder what this list is about...

I think its a short summary about each of the seriesn in bakuman.

But it can be something else....

Anyway I would LOVE to read at least a one shot of CROW, it seens like a superhero story....

And Trap too!

And Kyoshi Knight!

Soo many interseting manga!

And what the hell yellow hit was about anyway =P

SHINOBI-03
September 24, 2009, 09:36 AM
Yellow Hit was the series Niizuma meant to do for serialization, but he did Crow instead.

D.Blue
September 24, 2009, 04:13 PM
So, please tell me open-minded person, how does a humanoid otter walking around with stones as fist make any sense to you? And how does the fact that otters have a different sense of justice than humans?(while i can forgive you as a person, i can't forgive you as an otter) WHUT?!

To be open-minded also means to accept absurdity in fiction. If you try to find realism and logic in everything you read, you're better off giving up on manga altogheter.

A talking, stone-fisted Otter is not more illogical than flying around throwing energy rays out of your bare hands.

GEshode
September 29, 2009, 09:50 AM
I would go for Trap. I just love Mystery and Detective stories... One of my all time favorite mangas is Detective Conan... That says it all...

Drmke
September 30, 2009, 10:32 AM
Trap seems the most interesting but I could see myself reading Kyoshi Knight, Otter, and even Crow.

blai
September 30, 2009, 11:07 AM
Gosh I feel so mainstream when I say Money and Intelligence but I thought that the concept was simple yet difficult to understand. It was appealing, yet something that could be a nightmare. It was flashy and interesting. Art seemed decent but I'd think it would be better as a manga than an one-shot.

herr_sebbe
October 17, 2009, 10:03 AM
I think I would've liked Hitman10 if it wasn't for Miura's massacre. It felt like an interesting story that could easily have evolved into a good fighting manga.

Other than that, I'll say Trap. Tricks and twists have always interested me. ;)

CBlitz
October 17, 2009, 10:49 AM
Kiyoshi Knight

Black Lagoon
October 23, 2009, 06:09 PM
Money and Intelligence

and Otters 11 looks cool x)

Akiyama
August 08, 2010, 06:10 AM
I've seen lots of discussion on what might be the next spin off manga in WSJ if that ever occurs. So here's a thread and a poll to share your opinions. This is to show what series you want to see a special chapter, I've even included series that have ended in the Bakuman world.

I'll add extra series to the poll if you want, just give me a shout out.

DidCart
August 08, 2010, 10:18 AM
For me, the most probable are PCP, Crow, Natural and Trap.

If it's really going to be a one-shot, the easiest one to do is PCP or Crow. But the only way to know is waiting.

Kibate
August 08, 2010, 11:02 AM
I've voted Hideout Door because i always liked the art and setting of that manga
Though my favourite is Money and Itelligence, but i don't want to see it maybe get ruined.

fizban
August 08, 2010, 03:50 PM
I'd kind of like them to do Tanto. It'd be fun seeing the duo doing a full-on gag manga, since we know they can be funny.

Iceiphoenix
August 09, 2010, 03:55 AM
I would like to see either Crow, PCP, +Natural or Trap, but I voted for Crow because I wanted to see how good it is since it's like the top manga in the Bakuman world :XD

andysislands
August 09, 2010, 11:23 AM
I also voted for Money and Intellegence, since that seems realy cool. Though, I find it unlikely (and counters what I hope they will do...)

I hope they continue to make more of these. I think the best way to release them, would be combine all of them into a single special volume of Bakuman. And maybe include a special chapter of a more high profile series (like Crow). The entire volume could be formatted like a WSJ issue, to have soem more in jokes and what not (like see ads for other products, and summeries of "upcoming" anime episodes of Crow). I'd buy it!

Koen
August 09, 2010, 03:35 PM
I voted for Trap. I would like to see a one shot of trap because of its story and concept. The pieces of paper shown in the manga bakuman look pretty nice and good.

But since otters 11 is a manga by "another mangaka" (note: his name was used) ; I think they would use a manga of "another mangaka" like eiji or someone else

Googlez_kun
August 09, 2010, 03:48 PM
I would love seeing Crow!I just want to know why it is so popular.So if it really is as good as it seems to be in the manga,i would happyly read a manga that keeps up with OP.

Though i guess we will get something gag-like that does not need too much introduction and all that.

Crude
August 11, 2010, 07:34 PM
I'd really like to see PCP and Natural+. PCP just has such an original concept and the serious humour thing would be hilarious, whilst Natural+ seems godly with how everyone seems to be talking about it. I want to see what all the hubub is about :D!

Drmke
August 12, 2010, 12:40 AM
Personally, I'm not big on the idea of them doing more Bakuman spin-offs. I mean I enjoyed Otter a lot but more seems like they have run out of ideas for other manga. I am totally against them doing a series based on anything from Bakuman, but if they were going to do another one-shot spin-off, I'd prefer they do Money & Intelligence. It has the most intriguing concepts of the manga in the poll, and it was a one-shot to begin with so its easier for them to put an entire story behind in only around 40 pages.

Jaymie
August 12, 2010, 12:39 PM
True Human. :)

Akiyama
August 19, 2010, 01:03 PM
But since otters 11 is a manga by "another mangaka" (note: his name was used) ; I think they would use a manga of "another mangaka" like eiji or someone else
I understand what you are trying to say. But all the choices are done by "another mangaka". If they did something like PCP then the author would by Muto Ashirogi. It was a nice touch to not say Ohba and Obata.

I would like to see some Crow and possible PCP depending on how much we learn about it in Bakuman.

bunshindattebayo
August 19, 2010, 03:44 PM
Colorfusical

DoctorApollo
August 20, 2010, 09:21 AM
Colorfusical

Hurrr :D

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I don't think I'd want to see Crow because it'd just leave you with blue balls.
I mean, a one shot of a battle manga is just a battle, not even. The moment they shine is when big scale things happen and you start feeling for all the characters involved, and there's arcs spread out over a lot of chapters. It'd really suck to see a one shot of Crow and be completely amazed by it, and then we'd be left not actually knowing where the story goes D:

Trap is the best choice in my opinion. For all the credit they give Money & Intelligence in the Bakuman universe I don't think it would work IRL at all, I don't really want to read it. It also sort of seems too dark to be enjoyable IMO.
Trap could just have a nice little detective story and that's it, it could work. Same goes for PCP.

Moeku
August 24, 2010, 11:09 PM
It was hard for me to decide, most of them would be really good but crow is the one i want to see most!

Crude
August 30, 2010, 09:57 AM
Well whatever the next spin-off manga will be, its probably going to be one of the currently serialized series. I can't see them doing a spin-off of a cancelled manga to be honest.

p1xel
September 07, 2010, 03:10 PM
I voted for natural+ beacuse its a very good series,getting popularity like pokemon and i`d like to see more of it.
Though i`d like to see crow too^^

basher
February 06, 2011, 11:03 PM
I voted for Trap. So far I liked that one the best. Nothing is known about Crow and I doubt that will ever change.

saladesu
February 07, 2011, 09:54 AM
It's pretty cool that we got to see a few pages of PCP, quite a number of pages of Shinjitsu no Kyoushitsu... I guess it'd be pretty cool to see the rest of Shinjitsu no Kyoushitsu.

I voted for Crow initially, but I think I would also like to see an Aoki manga like Hideout Door, simply because I would like to see a different art style from Obata-sensei. He does vary his art style a little like when he adds in other manga like Shinjitsu no Kyoushitsu, Otter #11, but it doesn't change overmuch. If it were a more shoujo-y manga like Hideout Door, I wonder how it would look?

Of course, I would welcome any spin-off manga from Bakuman :tem It would be really nice if we got one this year as well.

Otters11
August 11, 2011, 06:36 PM
Which fictional manga series in BAKUMAN,
would you like to see made into a real-life manga?

http://shonenjump.viz.com/content/bakuman-manga-poll

Divinenega
August 11, 2011, 06:47 PM
I voted Crow. Always wondered what that series was really like.

Jaymie
August 11, 2011, 06:55 PM
It's not a vote. It's a poll. There's a huuuuge difference between the two. Anyway, I have a feeling that Viz will translate Otter #11 and feature it in SJ magazine. I unsubscribed years ago when the page count faltered, but I would definitely pick up an issue with Otter #11 in it.

saladesu
August 12, 2011, 10:13 AM
First things - We've seen lots of new manga in Bakuman now, so which is your favorite now?

Other than that, I voted for Crow on the poll since I really want to see what makes Crow as popular and awesome as it's made out to be. Though, it may not really be possible to write something that awesome but oh wells.

Knifeshade
December 07, 2011, 05:57 PM
So it's been a while and there's been lots of new manga since then, but: which is your favourite now?

I've only added in pieces that have been/are serialized (so no Future Watch or Space Cockroach [that manga sounds awesome in a humorous way]). I hope I'm not missing anything. (I only added Classroom of Truth from Nanamine because I think we all agree it's his best piece in general)

saladesu
December 08, 2011, 06:34 AM
Bakuman 158 showed us that the Japanese voters liked PCP, CROW and Shinjitsu no Kyoushitsu best. I'd say it's hard to really choose a favorite manga, or a "best" manga, when the amount we know about each of them is pretty spartan and we know more about some than others. CROW still intrigues me, but now that Zombie Gun and Reversi have both been hyped as being better than CROW (previously CROW was the benchmark and the epitome of good manga), I'd be most interested to read them both to see what's so great about them.

FrostyMouse
December 13, 2011, 02:05 PM
Well, saladesu, I always wanted Ohba to show us more of Crow. I mean, we never saw enough of Crow to see why it could be the undisputed #1 manga for 20 straight weeks. What little we actually saw of Crow didn't even very well done, so...Now, I mean, you can rationalize that away as Ohba's not going to use potential series ideas just for in-universe mangas, but we didn't see enough. Zombie Gun hasn't looked very good the whole way, but we're being told that with Eiji's constant changing of things (assuming that he's following that pattern), Zombie Gun is quite popular. Nowadays, it seems easy to blow away the vote totals that Crow received, even though neither Eiji nor AM ever got these type of vote totals in the past.

I think that we've seen too much of PCP and way too little of Crow, Reversi, or Zombie Gun. We've seen a few panels here or there, but we never really get any substance about what the mangas are about. We'll see a random clip here or there, but that's it. Zombie Gun has looked less interesting with each panel that we've seen. Now, in the Bakumanverse, the Big 3 and everything else seems to exist. Now, the problem is, if it's really just a few years ahead of our time, that should imply that there would also be a DN, but no one's made a comment about it. It seems that DN is the only manga that doesn't exist in the Bakumanverse. I wish that we'd get to see more storycrafting from Eiji's point of view. Usually, when we see Eiji's apartment, Yuujiro comes for a quick chat and Eiji does some crazy antics, but we don't really see anything.

Googlez_kun
December 13, 2011, 02:22 PM
Well, saladesu, I always wanted Ohba to show us more of Crow. I mean, we never saw enough of Crow to see why it could be the undisputed #1 manga for 20 straight weeks. What little we actually saw of Crow didn't even very well done, so...Now, I mean, you can rationalize that away as Ohba's not going to use potential series ideas just for in-universe mangas, but we didn't see enough. Zombie Gun hasn't looked very good the whole way, but we're being told that with Eiji's constant changing of things (assuming that he's following that pattern), Zombie Gun is quite popular. Nowadays, it seems easy to blow away the vote totals that Crow received, even though neither Eiji nor AM ever got these type of vote totals in the past.

I think that we've seen too much of PCP and way too little of Crow, Reversi, or Zombie Gun. We've seen a few panels here or there, but we never really get any substance about what the mangas are about. We'll see a random clip here or there, but that's it. Zombie Gun has looked less interesting with each panel that we've seen. Now, in the Bakumanverse, the Big 3 and everything else seems to exist. Now, the problem is, if it's really just a few years ahead of our time, that should imply that there would also be a DN, but no one's made a comment about it. It seems that DN is the only manga that doesn't exist in the Bakumanverse. I wish that we'd get to see more storycrafting from Eiji's point of view. Usually, when we see Eiji's apartment, Yuujiro comes for a quick chat and Eiji does some crazy antics, but we don't really see anything.
Yeah,I noticed that as well. It seems to be non-existant,mainly because of the fact that we saw Ryuuk in a panel of Reversi,which would be copyright infrigement. Heck,the whole plot and characters resemble DN.If it weren't mentioned in the very first chapter,I would assume it was not created in the Bakuman-verse.
Anyway,I don't think we need to see much more of Reversi.I guess we can just see it as DN vs Zombie Gun,which again leaves us with the same problem as in PCP vs Crow.We know almost everything about Ashirogi's piece,but almost nothing about Eiji's.

FrostyMouse
December 13, 2011, 11:15 PM
Yeah,I noticed that as well. It seems to be non-existant,mainly because of the fact that we saw Ryuuk in a panel of Reversi,which would be copyright infrigement. Heck,the whole plot and characters resemble DN.If it weren't mentioned in the very first chapter,I would assume it was not created in the Bakuman-verse.
Anyway,I don't think we need to see much more of Reversi.I guess we can just see it as DN vs Zombie Gun,which again leaves us with the same problem as in PCP vs Crow.We know almost everything about Ashirogi's piece,but almost nothing about Eiji's.

Indeed, DN doesn't seem to exist in the Bakumanverse.

We saw a huge amount of PCP, but at times, we saw too much, and it became filler, such as the "one shot that's not a one shot" business. If Eiji's really their eternal rival (or whatever you want to call him), we need to see a lot more of him and Zombie Gun. We already know exactly what Reversi's about, but really nothing about Zombie Gun. The most I could tell you about Zombie Gun is that there's a zombie/pseudo-zombie guy who fights zombies, sort of...

Knifeshade
December 15, 2011, 05:09 AM
Not exactly, they do acknowledge it, in the very first chapter when Takagi made the remark, "This isn't a deathnote is it?". And yeah, that was the only time. But I think Obata and Ohba does that on purpose so they can throw easter eggs all over the place. In fact, I reckon there are way too much easter eggs, I'd hate for them to blatantly mention DN with so much easter eggs already.


but really nothing about Zombie Gun. The most I could tell you about Zombie Gun is that there's a zombie/pseudo-zombie guy who fights zombies, sort of...
Zombie named Gun who fights/despise zombies and falls in a love with a human, and wants to find a way to become human again. Has a twin brother named Jin who was killed recently.

We're told the overall plot. I like to think it's on even grounds with Reversi, we just know the overall plot is two demons who do battle, one uses it for good, the other evil and that's it.


I reckon the best manga is still Detective Trap, it's like a cross between Detective Conan and the Professor Layton games. I can see them getting an anime with that if it wasn't for that hiatus.

FrostyMouse
December 16, 2011, 02:05 PM
Not exactly, they do acknowledge it, in the very first chapter when Takagi made the remark, "This isn't a deathnote is it?". And yeah, that was the only time. But I think Obata and Ohba does that on purpose so they can throw easter eggs all over the place. In fact, I reckon there are way too much easter eggs, I'd hate for them to blatantly mention DN with so much easter eggs already.

I interpreted that as 4th wall breaking.


Zombie named Gun who fights/despise zombies and falls in a love with a human, and wants to find a way to become human again. Has a twin brother named Jin who was killed recently.

We're told the overall plot. I like to think it's on even grounds with Reversi, we just know the overall plot is two demons who do battle, one uses it for good, the other evil and that's it.

We essentially know this, but the girl hasn't been mentioned again. We haven't seen that much about Zombie Gun, other than the basics, which you described in a more positive light than I did. Moreover, we don't know how Zombie Gun is going to work. From the few panels we saw, it'll probably have a villain of the week theme, or something. However, we don't know for sure.

In terms of Reversi, not only did Ohba put more explanation into Reversi, but we also know implicitly what Reversi's about because of DN.


I reckon the best manga is still Detective Trap, it's like a cross between Detective Conan and the Professor Layton games. I can see them getting an anime with that if it wasn't for that hiatus.

Trap had potential, but Conan does not. Although, I think Ohba had Takagi or Mashiro mention that Trap was similar to Conan when they were making it.

SHINOBI-03
December 17, 2011, 11:50 AM
As of this point, I think I'll hold the answer until the end of the series ((God helps me)).

Enn
December 31, 2011, 03:17 AM
Otters 11 for me since I enjoyed reading a little of that when the mangakas made an extra of it. Money and Intelligence would be second as I find the idea of buying intelligence with money very compelling.