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I always avoided Line because it's by the mangaka of Anne Freaks - worst manga I've ever read.
Shame that even the tanks of Drifiting Classroom are hard to find now. Classic series.
I finished Sabuka no Tami a one volume manga by the great Miyazaki Hayao. A hidden gem from 1969, Sabuka is the story of a central Asian peoples fight for freedom from an oppressive nomadic tribe. Originally serialized in a newspaper targeting children it is a surprisingly complex, tragic story about repression, war and the confusion and anger they breed. Absolutely classic, thanks to Hox for unearthing it!
Last edited by Kaiten; February 14, 2010 at 03:22 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
i am reading Kekkaishi right now, and so far i am enjoying it
P.S. i am hoping for Di[e]ce to have a regular monthly scanlation updates... i am currently dying to know what's going to happen next... TT__TT
Reading Darker Than Black was sooo depressing to say the least! Phew...that manga drained all my energy ..lol and I don't even know why! I wouldn't even rate that manga tbh.
I caught up with Black God a while ago... no new chapter since Nov 09! It doesn't have a particularly strong story but it's an enjoyable read imo.
I've just started reading Tegami Bachi.Edit: Dropped!
Last edited by Bugzee; February 15, 2010 at 10:38 AM.
I've just finished Bloody Monday and caught up with Bloody Monday 2. 'Tis ok, plenty of twists and excitement but also shonen clichés..
Currently trying to read Gintama but it hasn't really got me hooked : / Maybe after 100 chapters or so..
started reading Mahou Sensei Negima! yesterday, seems decent but there's so many characters to remember.
Just read Yowaito Nikki.Was an enjoyable read and it had a nice twist with nice scenes.
started reading Sora no Otoshimono. sofar its a pretty good and a hilarious manga that everyone should give a try give it a shot
Started and caught up with the latest chapter of Burning Hell. Four chapters (well, what I found) so far, but I have enjoyed it. The description given doesn’t give it justice. However the series is a bit mature, so I guess one needs to be over a certain age. Blah, blah, blah.
I’m about to begin BioMeat , as it was suggested by a friend. So here’s hoping.
I just read the Yellow Book. A collection of four stories, Yellow Book's four short stories cover themes of literature, family, and love. Not a manga that will blow minds but a subtle, well written, and memorable.
I also read the first story from FURUYA Usamaru's mind f**k Garden, titled Garden of Illusion: the Origin of Nudity. Expect a mix of philosophy, surrealism, and nudity. Not something for everyone but I liked it. I'll read his series Happiness next. More of a conventional manga but very interesting looking. His debut, Palepoli is one of the most original manga I've ever read. Shonen fans who know Furuya sensei from Genkaku Picasso would be shocked to read his more "typical" work.
Last edited by Kaiten; February 17, 2010 at 02:46 AM.
And if I'm here: I started Karakuridouji Ultimo yesterday.
Last edited by nassass; February 17, 2010 at 03:25 PM.
Depending on what you read he can get pretty twisted
His more recent series are relatively conventional though.
re reading liar game pretty siqq. picking up stuff i didnt the first time round. a worthy re-read unfrotunetly most mangas arent.