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Money and Intelligence
Time of Green Leaves
Business Boy Kenichi
Perfect Crime Party
Classroom of Truth
Rabuta & Peace
Panty Flash Fight
100 Million and the Beautiful Girl
Seigi no Mikata
Road Racer Giri
Boku no Tsujinai
What God Gave Me...
Zombie ☆ Gun
Super Hero Legend
Yes, we have a thread on this, but it's impossible for you to vote again if you've voted without deleting the poll. And plus it was incomplete.
So now that Bakuman's ended, I liken this to be the definitive poll to show which manga (serialized or one-shot) punched its weight above the rest~
Oh, and you can multi-vote on this one unlike the old thread!
(Feel free to kick me if I missed some names btw)
Last edited by Knifeshade; April 21, 2012 at 04:28 AM.
Seigi no Mikata and Money and Intelligence, tbh.
Those were the ones I would totally read.
Oh, and Otter 11 because it's awesome xD
All the ones I voted for I was hte only who voted for..
I chose Trap, Crow, Reversi, Gun, Future Watch, Hideout Door, and that's it.
Maybe I should've chosen only my absolute favorites, which would probably be Crow and Trap, but meh. I'm always amazed by how well Otters 11 is doing because they never put as much focus on it as they do in Ashirogi and Niizuma's series, and the art isn't impressive on its own. Hiramaru is one of hte best characters, though, so it's no surprise people like it.
I would read all of those manga! However the ones that interest me the most would be Money and Intelligence, Trap, Perfect Crime Party and +Natural. Money and Intelligence is the manga everybody wants to read and it would make an awesome thriller. Trap looked like a fresh take on the detective/mystery genre, plus the artwork looked pretty great. PCP managed to make the mundane into the fantastic and once again it features an intelligent plot ala other Ashirogi Muto series. +Natural seemed to have lost its magic, but when it was first serialized everyone claimed it to be innovative whilst borrowing classic elements at the same time.
How could you forget the first manga ever mentioned, Super Hero Legend by Nobuhiro Mashiro. I would probrably like this gag manga more than Otter 11. You also missed KTM, another important one. And Colorfusical, but if you actually put that in the list I would die a little inside. By the way what's Boku no Tsujinai? And yes I'm only correcting you to be a dick, sorry.
Boku no Tsujinai is Hiramaru's second manga (the one he wrote in the Super Long Name Festival Oneshot Battle). Didn't include KTM because we didn't see or hear much about it except it's basically M&I with Looks added. Practically a shoe-in. And yeah, I didn't include Colourfusical because we can all agree it wasn't exactly a manga...
I'd actually like to read Colorfusical. It was by no means a "Jump" title, but it could've been a pretty cool alternative manga.
What I liked from what we've seen...
- - Detective Trap
- - Crow
- - Seigi no Mikata
- - Otter 11
- - Classroom of Truth
- - Perfect Crime Party
- - True Human
- - Reversi
It's still Otters 11 for me. I simply like the feel of it; and, maybe Road Racer Giri.