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(Is this the new 'What are you currently reading?"-thread?lol)
the last one vanished in the server crash /Kaiten
Today I bought the first volume of Hadashi no Gen. Looking forward to it, as I've heard only good stuff about it until now.(And I bought some more Blade of the Immortal volumes, yay!)
Also finished Bokurano some time ago. Wow, what a manga. Each kid has its own unique story, which grabs your heart, despite its short length. After every kid's story you'd think it couldn't get worse and then Mohiro Kitoh goes like "nah-ah~". Loved it. Read a compilation of his short stories (called Mohiro Kitoh's Short Stories lol) soon after. Not as great, but still nice.
This weekend I read a short (yuri?) manga called Cotton, which had nice art and likeable characters. Nothing extraordinary, though. Just like Satoshi Kon's Kaikisen - Return to the Sea. It was dazzling art-wise, but the story felt as though I read it already. The characters, the plot, everything. Maybe I even read it already.lol
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Oh right, I was looking for an RK type of manga but I guess I'll wait and read Tekkonkinkreet or Ping Pong before I give Takemitsu Zamurai a try.
I'm currently reading another medical series, Black Jack ni Yoroshiku. Read the first 4 chapters so far, and I can say that this manga is darker compared to Dr. Koto's clinic. I hope the new group will pick it up until it ends.
Lately I've been thinking about reading Yu-Gi-Oh!. The franchise has never really interested me, though I do own some cards from when I was a kid (also I love The Abridged Series), but then I heard that the manga had a lot less to do with Duel Monsters than the anime (less filler as well). I was already aware that the manga began as a story about several different "shadow games" (a really cool concept imo), but I didn't know that even the later arcs were less card game-centric than the anime. Would anyone recommend reading the manga?
So yeah, I'd actually recommend it. Not a masterpiece, but rather entertaining.
Damn server crash!
Well I wanted to recommend Orange but Kaiten already did it and I'm pretty sure all shoujo fan have already discovered this little jewel.
It's also a shoujo but you could easily mistake it for a shounen. I'm currently reading Gokusen, and I have a great time reading it. Fans of GTO will all probably love it
And since I finally finish to upload it completely, I have started Houshin engi. I only have heard good thing about it and so far it's really enjoyable
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And if you like good web-comics, you can have a try to my signature link.
Yeah, it's a pity the other thread got lost.
Anyway, today I read the The Walking Man volume I bought the other day. It wasn't anything exciting. No drama, no mysteries, no comedy. It felt like a manga about nothing. But damn, I loved it. It's about a man who goes on a walk occasionally and simply enjoys the landscapes around him, the city and its people. You could say it's a feel-good manga. Something you read after a tiring day to calm down and find some peace of mind. I might read it from time to time when I need some time to relax. Definitely worth the money!
Tanigushi is always worth your money !
'A Zoo In Winter' by the same author. It's fantastic. One of the best mangas I've ever read.
And solitary gourmet which is very similar but about food
Planned on buying that one next. Thanks for the reccomendation!
I'm glad they published so many of his manga here. They are rather expensive (15€ for The Walking Man), which is why it's not like I can simply buy all of them, but they're one volume long only, so it's no biggie. What bothers me though are those flipped pages. It's not like I would be entirely against them, especially because it's done to introduce people to manga, but they kinda failed most of the times, so I end up reading the wrong speech bubble first like always. Well, it was still a great read and I'm looking forward to his other works such as A Zoo in Winter and My Father's Journal.
Yes, the Walking Man is a very nice manga. It doesn't have a story, it's just about how good it feels to just walk peacefully with no special objective, with no responsabilities, see and discovering things slowly... It makes you feel very peacuful when you read it. Recently I also read an interesting manga by Taniguchi. It's not the same type of manga but it's also very good. It's called Hareyuku Sora, but I think it's only translated in french.
I haven't been reading much manga lately(got side tracked marathoning Doctor Who), but since the Shojo Beat Manga Moveable Feast is coming up, I decided to start reading 'Sand Chronicles'. So far, so good.
Re-reading Kenichi currently at ch.77