Road Racer Giri
Seigi no Mikata
Money and Intelligence
The Classroom of Truth
Rabuta & Peace
Boku no Tsujinnai
Time of Green Leaves
Panty Flash Fight
What God Gave Me...
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.
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.
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.
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
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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.
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.
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"
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.
I like Otter 11 ... just because the concept cracks me up
Crow would probably be the most popular.
I would like to read Crow.
I'd go with Kiyoshi Knight
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!"