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...
Trap for sure, mistery always catch you up more in the plot, because you always wanna know how, when and why the bad guy did what he did, the motivation is what mistery keep you on with the story.
Manga like CROW have a lot around here, so I, personally, could read, but I won't became a huge fan.
Otter 11 seems to be really funny if something can make me laugh until my mouth hurts I sure will enjoy read this manga.
Last edited by Kaiser Will; June 21, 2009 at 05:22 PM.
So, please tell me open-minded person, how does a humanoid otter walking around with stones as fist make any sense to you? And how does the fact that otters have a different sense of justice than humans?(while i can forgive you as a person, i can't forgive you as an otter) WHUT?!
It would be interesting "Money and intelligence" it sounds seem to Death Note, and Otters must to be so crazy and surreal, it would be really funny xD.
See you later LOL xD
My vote is for money&Intelligence. I love Mystery/Suspense manga like that.
I wonder what this list is about...
I think its a short summary about each of the seriesn in bakuman.
But it can be something else....
Anyway I would LOVE to read at least a one shot of CROW, it seens like a superhero story....
And Trap too!
And Kyoshi Knight!
Soo many interseting manga!
And what the hell yellow hit was about anyway =P
Yellow Hit was the series Niizuma meant to do for serialization, but he did Crow instead.
To be open-minded also means to accept absurdity in fiction. If you try to find realism and logic in everything you read, you're better off giving up on manga altogheter.Quote:
A talking, stone-fisted Otter is not more illogical than flying around throwing energy rays out of your bare hands.
Last edited by D.Blue; September 24, 2009 at 04:17 PM.
I would go for Trap. I just love Mystery and Detective stories... One of my all time favorite mangas is Detective Conan... That says it all...
Trap seems the most interesting but I could see myself reading Kyoshi Knight, Otter, and even Crow.
Gosh I feel so mainstream when I say Money and Intelligence but I thought that the concept was simple yet difficult to understand. It was appealing, yet something that could be a nightmare. It was flashy and interesting. Art seemed decent but I'd think it would be better as a manga than an one-shot.
I think I would've liked Hitman10 if it wasn't for Miura's massacre. It felt like an interesting story that could easily have evolved into a good fighting manga.
Other than that, I'll say Trap. Tricks and twists have always interested me.