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After the classic of the shoujo can be Lovely Complex, Parfait Tic, Paradise Kiss, Bokura ga ita and for still ongoing series Skip Beat, Kimi ni todoke, Dengeki Daisy, Akagami no Shirayukihime...
Ai Ren maybe?
Try Solanin, the very realistic story of a young couple coming to grips with adulthood, partnership, and responsibility.
Elfen Lied to the list. not exactly love story in the strictest sense but the story is great and dark mature ideas are very much forefront. there is also Bitter Virgin, Emma and Otoyomegatari. Last 2 isnt actually dark but the issues are relevant and could be seen as dark nowadays. Thou both has awesome story.
Fruit's Basket is a good place to start shoujo i believe and my sister loves it. Maybe Dengeki Daisy, it is one of the fad shoujo's. a little more gayish Sora wa Akai Kawa no Hotori is also good.
Yotsuba&! if you like comedy. It might be the best out there.
Genshiken and Gintama are also a pretty great alternatives however to me gintama is losing a little bit of steam.
If you like (anti)hero staff with a great character; thou a manwha and not a manga Shin Angyo Onshi is as good as it gets.
If you can give a little more about what yu like you might get much more awesome staff.
This seems to be the right thread to ask this, I'm looking for the manga/manwha where the character on this pic appears:
I saved this pic from an avatar on a forum that unfortunately I don't recall anymore.
Hopefully it's not something too obscure (though it seems to be ). Given the futuristic looks of it, I would assume it comes from something in the Sci-fi or Cyber-punk genre maybe?
Well, thanks in advance
The art style is indeed similar to Amano's, but the character is not from KHR.
There are a lot of tones being pasted on that one panel alone so perhaps the best bet is to narrow down the search to a monthly/bi-weekly series since weekly manga usually don't go that far when toning. (Of course, this is based on my observations so I can be mistaken.) This is all I can deduce from that picture alone. Sorry I couldn't be much of a help naming the series nor the mangaka!
Well, I posted this question on 4chan and got my answer pretty quickly there: it comes from Tsutomu Nihei's Biomega. It's on my wish list now.
Thanks for the input anyway.
Hey people, any recommendations for mangas about time-travelling as the main theme?
Thermae Romae, though a tragic manga in terms of scans.
This one is indeed great. Also Jin, Again, a distant neighbourhood, Thread of time
check hunter x hunter...one of the best stories ever
Boku wa Beatles uses time travel pretty well as the launch pad for everything that happens in the title.