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Ok i dont know if this thread belongs here so please if it dont just move it.
Well there is a manga that i saw the picture and watched when i was a kid. I need to buy it and i don't know its name.
What i know about it is that this manga talks about someone searching for his mother and he got a magic sword that gets bigger and huge to destroy his enemy. It's like conan the barbarian or something so please any help if someone knows it name
As the topic implies, I'm trying to decide on the next manga/anime that I should immerse myself in. I haven't read many mangas and only started getting interested in reading them a few years ago but the ones I am reading right now are Naruto, One Piece and Bleach. In terms of anime, I watched DB/DBZ when I was a kid(and revisited it again a few years ago) and Samurai X, also when I was a kid.
I am looking for opinions on which one should I try next. I wanted it to have the same feel as the ones I have read/watched in the past and wouldn't mind if it was an older manga/anime. I am also open to seeing something where the lead is a female, it could make a nice change from the ones I have read.
I welcome suggestion! Thanks!
Magi. The art seems a bit boyish compared to Jump mangas that you have mentioned, but trust me it is getting better and better. Story wise, Fairy Tail is similar with those Manga except it is easier to be digested. For a lead female action manga, at this moment the only thing that I can think about is Claymore .
For a Seinen (adult oriented, in case you don't know) manga, I guess you should read Berserk and Vagabond . Vagabond is kinda philoshopical and slice-of-life, so if you're looking it because you're expecting many battle scenes, you'll be disappointed, unfortunately.
Thanks for the suggestions I will surely check some of those.
For a female lead, i think medaka box or legend of maian seems more adapted to your tastes than claymore.
Forgive me if this is the wrong place to be asking but can someone tell me where this is from? At least the name of the mangaka will do.
Does anyone know where I can read this manga online? I am a huge daikaiju fan, and that normally revolves around being a Godzilla fan, Gamera fan, and Ultraman fan. And with news of this new Ultraman manga (Starting back in late 2011 and still on-going), I really want to invest myself within it and read it.
Its not everyday in which Ultraman makes a modern day comeback within the realm of manga.
So does anyone know where I can read this online? On Monthly Comic Magazine HERO'S website, they allowed the first issue to read online for free and it has English versions of the mangas they were hosting as well. ULTRAMAN being one of them. They only allowed the beginnings to be read obviously, but I'm hooked and would like to read more. Currently HERO's is on its 10th issue once September 1st hits. (Its released the first of every month).
So can anyone help me out here? I would greatly appreciate it! This is the only place I know that has users who might actually know where I can find the rest of the chapters online. So Mangahelpers, can you help out a fellow member in some way?
You can't read it online. It's not translated.
I'll see if a friend of mine can translated, he's off next week from college. So maybe he'll take a look see, he's as huge of a daikaiju fan as I am lol
Okay, so I only remember a couple parts of it but I really loved it.
I remember that its about a girl who has to move in with her parent's friend who goes away for work a lot. The man she stays with has a son who is in the same class as her, and when they are at home he acts like they are dating but he still flirts with other girls at school. One night when the son's father is away, they end up sleeping in the same bed (I can't remember how, sorry!) and he comes home and catches them and makes rules that they can't be in the same room after a certain time etc. At one point, the son asks over a bunch of the girls from their class and the protagonist gets jealous and yells at him in front of everyone when she does he gets bored of the girls and sends them home. He's kind of one of those tsundare types.
The boy introduces her to his best friend (who I remember having red/orange hair and I think his name is Ken or Kon or something) and she clicks with him and they become friends. She creates a cute nickname for him (ken-ken or something) and he brings her movies and such that his sister likes. The son gets jealous and angry.
She ends up getting upset and running away and she hides in the park and he runs around in the rain looking for her and finds her and takes her home..
I know this desc sucks but I really want to find this manga
I finished reading two sad manga about dogs, and I was wondering if there were any light-hearted ones to contrast them. (I'm thinking a slice-of-life like Yotsuba & I.)
I don't mind reading shoujo, but I generally have a harder time getting into it.
Last edited by Asarii; September 03, 2012 at 12:36 AM.
If it is one about dogs ( or animals in general ) what about Doubutsu no Oishasan. It's not the same humor as yotsuba but no question of drama
Hi! I was reading a manga when i saw this picture and i wanted to check it out. anyone know what this anime or manga is called? thanks!
ps. the name on the pic is the name of a different manga
Uhmm. Hey everyone!
Well, I was kind of wondering if any of you know this manga.
Here's a page of the manga..
I really need to know the title of this..
Thank you guys!!
Last edited by Rian22; September 18, 2012 at 09:52 AM.