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As there are just too many manga, it is a huge pain to dig into this pile to find good ones to read. So why don't we share each other great manga, and good mangaka.
I'd recommend Fumetsu no Anata e (To You, the Immortal), pic related.
Story of some sort of immortal being of the shape of a sphere, has the ability to imitate object and being in his surrounding. It bit by bit, start to experience the world, pain, hardship, death, not having any idea of anything of who it is, and slowly develop of conscience. It's set in a fantasy world, where the clothing and customs are loosely inspired by early Japan, and maybe the Ainu.
Beautiful and detailed artstyle, incidentally the author of this manga is Ooima Yoshitoki which can explain why it reminds me of Koe no Katachi (same author after all).
Corocoro recently began releasing free digital editions of their monthly 2020 issues. It's always one behind current but still pretty good.
If anyone is interested. https://csbs.shogakukan.co.jp/book/?comic_id=39019
Star Trek: DISCOVERY aka STD
The series was worth revisiting to see Roshi back in the picture alone.
lmao Roshi got wizardzoned