No.21816[Reply][Last 50 Posts]
My brain is too fucked to pull two intelligible sentences together, so pardon me if I don't make any sense.265 posts and 122 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.
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).
this is not finished yet though.
I read it up to where it was and it is good. can anyone recc me some manga I feel I have read everything I like. some pyshcological manga would be good
mangasee123 is the best one but mangapark has more titles
Nice, thanks. These sites have a tendency to get shut down after some time and I'm too lazy to find new alternatives myself.
I started reading some manhuas on manhuaplus.com, and I have to say I really enjoy it. For some reason the comment section there reminds me of the old internet back when it was fun. People just post memes and fuck around for fun. It honestly made me wonder if maybe what I missed about old internet was the fact that most of us were kids just trying to have fun. Now everyone is grown up and always working some angle, but on this one site it's just memes for fun. All the stuff is full color and is updated much more regularly than most other stuff. Idk what the chinese are doing to produce manga that quickly, maybe some slave labor shit but whatever it is it's working.