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Does anyone know a manga that uses dadaist artistic style?
hey guys. I just read this manga Natsu no Zenjitsu and I loved it. Reminded me of Honey and Clover, but more adult. I wonder if anyone else has read this? I'm just sharing
Someone reading Tobaku Datenroku Kaiji?
I didn't found out in the forum, and its being scanlated with chapters out frequently. I really want to coment the outcome of the hardships of Kaiji.
I was browsing through a bunch of horror manga when I found this and decided to read it on a whim.
It was unexpectedly amazing.
Comedy Horror? First time I've heard of the genre... I cannot fathom how the two could mix...
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I feel like there is/used to be a recommendations thread around here somewhere but this should be good enough.
Anybody reading any interesting new seinen manga lately? I've been having trouble shifting through titles as of late and since I know a lot of you have a fantastic eye for new titles I thought you guys could be of some help.
Well I'm still thoroughly impressed with how Genshiken is moving forward.
I wonder if you've read that?
Hmm I actually don't even remember hearing about it But from what I'm currently reading about it through reviews on MangaUpdates (and since you brought it up) I'll try it out. Haven't read a slice of life not in Shonen Jump in awhile so this should be fun.
not heard of Genshiken??
then you should read it, Dermie. The anime was done well, too. Pretty awesome, actually. Especially because you could hear the "ringtones" that you'll read in the first chapter hehe.
Onepunch man is the upcoming star series. At least in my view, it is the best new seinen out there. I am still sticking to some of my classic reading list. Currently the best ongoing seinen to me is Billy Bat. It would be Berserk but that is the non-regular number one.
Feeling weird on Gantz and where it is headed, Liar Game is progressing a bit weird as well, breaks and stuff constantly. Other series have strange release dates by the scan groups so hard to keep track but I am doing the best I can to spot when some of my favs have a new chapter.
Seems like Onepunch man is making the buzz :-))
My last seinen revelation is Dorohedoro but I guess I was late on this one. Anyway those who might not have started it must do it.
Now I'm reading a very unusual and cute sci-fi story called Saturn appartment (also from ikki). It's the French translation though I'm not sure all books are available in English
I was actually surprised seeing how One Punch-Man got bigger and bigger these past few weeks. Never EVER expected it to cause such a stirr. I thought it was something Japanese readers could enjoy more than the Western fandom. - Couldn't be happier about misjudging this one.
As for awesome new series, best stuff I've read this year has got to be Kagamino Hachi's ad astra - Scipio to Hannibal from Ultra JUMP. I'm also having a blast with Saruwatari Tetsuya's new manga GOKUSAI (never thought I would ever enjoy a manga by Saruwatari as much...) and the Grand Jump Premium anthology keeps impressing me more and more with every new series I read from it. That mag deserves more love from the scanlation scene!