[ Home ] [ wiz / dep / hob / lounge / jp / meta / games / music ] [ all ] [  Rules ] [  FAQ ] [  Search /  History ] [  Textboard ] [  Wiki ]

/jp/ - Japan/Anime

Japanese Culture and Media
Email
Comment
File
Embed
Password (For file deletion.)

  [Go to bottom]   [Catalog]   [Return]   [Archive]

File: 1490243941859.jpg (159.5 KB, 713x1024, 713:1024, Fumetsu no Anata e.jpg) ImgOps iqdb

 No.21816[Last 50 Posts]

My brain is too fucked to pull two intelligible sentences together, so pardon me if I don't make any sense.

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).

 No.21817

>>21816
I've been fallowing this since some group started translating it, very nice overall, but I find that the author focuses too much on relationship dynamics between normals, probably her forte or some shit. As was especially evident in Koe no Katachi. It's sad that the white haired kid died and the alien is basically kind of stealing his appearance. I really don't want to even pretend that this thing's human. Also, it's getting really fucking inappropriate in the recent chapter where that succubus is started to lust after it, smells like some sort of bestiality NTR, if you ask me.

 No.21818

There was this manga someone here recommended back in 2014 or somewhere near that time (+- one year).

It was about a female disguised as her brother to become the best ski jumper, and eventually trying to go professional and beat some professional competition.

I never finished it, and maybe only got 100 chapters in. This was when I was just finishing high school. On the final day of senior year, I was still reading it, so it's precious to me. I wonder if it ever finished?

 No.21819

>>21818
It's Nononono and is completed with 142 chapters.

 No.21823

I like downloading raw manga that is untranslated and no one knows about, at least in the English community, and reading it.

I think it's fun to read something no one has read before, even though of course that's not really the case, it still feels like it.

I only read stuff that's already completed with all raws uploaded. There is a surprising amount of stuff out there that matches this criteria.

Started reading this one earlier today:
https://myanimelist.net/manga/21344/Yuukoku_no_Rasputin

 No.21825

I'm reading random things with no rhyme or reason. Found a manga called Acony recently, hope it's at least fun for its 20 chapters.

 No.21844

File: 1490347801979.jpg (48.8 KB, 490x723, 490:723, miura ken.jpg) ImgOps iqdb


Did you guys like the most recent berserk chapter?
Looks better quality than what he put out last year.
Accepted he's never going to draw a lot of the characters the way he used to.

 No.21845

File: 1490351457751.png (890.45 KB, 959x1400, 137:200, page3.png) ImgOps iqdb

Read Kimetsu no Yaiba, guys, it's not a deconstruction, but everything people actually like about Shōnen manga. The art is kind of wonky, but cute, pleasant to look at and it doesn't trigger flashes of real life PTSD, like some overly realistically drawn manga.

 No.21847

I don't understand how you guys can read ongoing manga. Too much stress about forgetting things for me, no thanks.

 No.21879

>>21847
Only few of the manga I'm reading are ongoing. You stave it off by reading the sea of works that are actually finished.

 No.21880

I just read Shamo.

It was good for awhile, but then halfway through it just became total trite that I think I just wasted my fucking time reading it.

 No.21888

>>21847
I use addons to track what I'm reading.
Unless you mean forgetting what happens, in which case I usually mark it as read later if updates are usually longer than two weeks apart unless they get dumped out by volume.

 No.21962

I used to read "I am a Hero" and liked it quite a bit. Then took a break to wait for it to conclude. Now I have finished it and FUCKING HELL the finale felt like the author just got fed up with the whole thing and decided to quick-draw a half-assed conclusion. These were ones of the most underwhelming and nonsensical final chapters I've ever seen. Very-very-VERY disappointed.

 No.21995

>>21962
I think I've read it up to the part where there was a high-jumper zombie in a mall. Should I bother reading to the end?
Can you spoil the ending for me?

 No.22016

>>21995
It is pretty decent up till volume 21. But then everything is dropped: all the build-up, all the mystery, all unaswered question - everything is flushed down the toilet. What used to be a wild biopunkish transhumanist mindfuck ended in something resembling the beginning of the "I am a Legend" movie. I would like to spoil it but there is nothing to spoil at all - after quite a dumb showdown the protagonist is just left alone in Tokyo and survives there for a year hunting and scavenging. That's it. The end. No explanations, no point, no sense. If I actually bought this manga I would've felt scammed.

 No.22018

>>22016
Shame, proves I shouldn't pick up unfinished works.

 No.22223

File: 1491235138842-0.png (714.06 KB, 477x750, 159:250, cibo2.png) ImgOps iqdb

File: 1491235138842-1.png (365.33 KB, 498x750, 83:125, blame.png) ImgOps iqdb

Finished blame! today. One of the darkest mangas I have read, it's like a bleak cyberpunk psychedelic fever dream.

Story is a barebones clusterfuck, very hard to keep track of. Hints are dropped slowly so you can piece things together but a lot things don't make sense and are left unexplained. It's very fast paced, I was thinking 'what the fuck just happened' after every chapter.

Art was great, I really enjoyed the style, the environment and character designs were superb. The mangaka didn't have much range in terms of drawing faces and emotion, everyone looks similar.

Worth a read for sure.

 No.22224

>>22223
I remember when I first read this way back during the early 2000s when scanlation groups like Omanga was a thing. Back then there was a faithful group of fans around this title and you can still find old websites like this http://www.randomisgod.com/blame/btranslation.html where you can find translated interviews where the author himself explains the story.

 No.22227

>>22016
Everything up until that is fun enough to read so it's worth reading either way imo. The ending is not good from a story perspective but this mangaka is a real muh realism guy, so the ending fits the protagonist best.

 No.22246

>>22224
I stumbled across an old forum for it recently: http://heeen.de/blame/

 No.22515

Do you like gekiga? I just finished Munou no Hito or A Worthless Person. It's about a deadbeat breeder who keeps fucking himself over with stupid business decision and his equally deadbeat friends. It's very pessimistic and wistful but don't expect anything too deep. It's a nice read and is only 6 chapters.

 No.22516

>>22223
Oh it finished? Thanks for the reminder, i will read it later.

 No.22517

>>22223
This is the only manga I could stand reading because there's no words and you can look at each page for 5mins or more.

All the other manga have been very incel that people recommend usually.

 No.22995

File: 1494168612005.png (88.99 KB, 400x386, 200:193, tomoe.png) ImgOps iqdb

Read Miman renai recently. 29 year old IT worker ends up kind of dating a middle schooler. Art was average, tomoe was the typical archetype the young succubus in these kind of mangas. Only enjoyed some of the embarrassing situations he got himself.
Would only recommend if you are into these kind of stories and want something short to read (30 chapters)

 No.22996

File: 1494172441325-0.jpg (211.93 KB, 860x1236, 215:309, MR-349976-573816-10.jpg) ImgOps iqdb

File: 1494172441325-1.jpg (164.84 KB, 728x1128, 91:141, 33.jpg) ImgOps iqdb

File: 1494172441325-2.jpg (40.85 KB, 604x208, 151:52, 5 (2).jpg) ImgOps iqdb

I'm trying to get back into manga since I'm starting to run out of top quality anime to watch. I'll post few finished ones I've read recently because I saw them mentioned around and my thoughts on them.


Kuro(somato) [first pic] kind of interesting concept creepy goings on but at the same time it's a sort of slice of life. Unfortunately it ultimately fails to really give the concepts much polish and much of the characters feel kind of set piece. To be fair it's not overly long (only about 200 pages) but still it's a bit disappointing. 6/10

Ashizuri Suizokukan [second pic] very nice in both terms of art and feel. The feeling it evokes is of a well realized magical realism, feels very 'literary' in a way. Would recommend this one.


Sabishisugite Lesbian Fuzoku Ni Ikimashita Report [third pic], this one is basically failed normalgroid/late bloomer the manga: succubus edition. I still found it interesting enough to complete, and there were at least some relatable moments.

 No.22999

>>22996
>Sabishisugite Lesbian Fuzoku Ni Ikimashita Report
Oh, so that's where the OP image of this thread >>>/dep/138322 comes from. That looks just as bad as those English language tumblr comics by the "depressed" cunt. Another thing to add to the blacklist.

 No.23022

>>22999
What comics are you referring to? I could go for some "so bad it's good." As for me, Sabishisugite Lesbian Fuzoku Ni Ikimashita Report was like a grown-up Watamote. I like things that remind me of Tomoko Kuroki.

 No.23132

>>23022
I'm sorry, I can't remember the name. It's not manga, but it's all black and white. The succubus draws herself with messy hair, striped shirt, bags under her eyes, ping pong ball eyes with black dots in the center. There is a particular strip about her "depression" that gets posted the most. I have even seen it on wizchan once. I don't know if that description will help you find it at all. But it might jog your memory if you've seen it before. I tried searching "depressed g[irl] comic tumblr" thinking it might show up but it didn't.

 No.23137

>>23132
Oh, I think it must be Sarah's Scribbles then. I've gotten a crack out of it and some edits of it before. Appreciate your earnestness.

 No.23421

File: 1497035401160.jpg (207.17 KB, 1050x605, 210:121, domo.jpg) ImgOps iqdb

I binge read all of Kodomo No Jikan.

Not bad. I watched the anime when it came out. I remember someone on here described anime as just a "commercial for the manga" and that couldn't be more true in this case. The anime is a trace of the first three or so volumes with a tacked on ending at a point where in the manga, it just continues normally, but that's anime for you. The only thing I remember from the anime that wasn't in the Manga were the scenes where Reiji had locked Rin up in her room.

The art wasn't spectacular; there were no vistas or explorable environments present. It was strictly about the characters. It's kind of an upgrade from what I'm used to really. I read for the story, not the pretty pictures, so when an author focuses more time in to polishing dialogue and tying things together it has more of an impact on my memory than a nicely drawn scene. I can't really vouch or the dialogue though because I read a translated release. From what I got though, there were quite a lot of clever puns and other underhanded quips that worked.

The thing I really liked though is that it's not totally completely 100% lolibait. As the three literal succubi grow, they cool down and start viewing relationships as a more serious issue. The teachers themselves also don't remain oblivious and ignorant for the whole series, which I expected they would for comedy reasons. It gets pretty depressing at times at hit me on a personal, non-incel level. It didn't just flat out end either, the ending was in sight for 3 volumes and everything tied up at the end of volume 13.

The ending pages genuinely surprised me though and had me all giddy. I really didn't expect such a turn out. If you don't plan on reading it: Rin and Aoki commit to a relationship, starting with painful loli sex in a sex hotel, Usa hooks up with Reiji, Kuro is Kuro

 No.23422

>>23421
how much grow are we talking about?

 No.23429

>>23422
Two years, then bit of them is seen at the age of 16 at the end. You can see Rin's body growing out a bit more every volume and her and Mimi's faces loose a lot of their baby-like appearance. Even Aoki begins to look more masculine towards the end but that may just be an illusion. Rin eases out of being so openly horny rapidly towards throughout and Mimi's confidence shoots up to where she is no longer the shy, quiet succubus.

 No.23430

>>23421
>>23429
So, I watched the anime several weeks ago and then checked out the manga for the final chapters that didn't get animated (thinking "it can't possibly get worse than it already is"), and oh thank goodness they didn't get animated.

Now the thing is I don't like to spread hate on /jp/-related subjects so at first I decided not to post about it (at least not here on /jp/), but here your posts have rekindled those recent memories and kind of forced me to speak out. Thus I had written a hatepost with elaborations, but then after some consideration deleted it nonetheless.

Instead I'd like to keep it short: just want to inform all the wizzies who might potentially get deceived by the "school comedy" and "slice-of-life" tags this anime and manga usually get recommended with - stay away. Sure, there are some decent-ish comedy moments there, but it is not worth tolerating all the forced drama and other obnoxious stuff, of which there is aplenty.

 No.23432

>>23430

It's true, School Comedy and Slice-Of-Life are misleading tags for the series. Typically someone who hunts for series tagged with such tend to enjoy works like Nichijou or Yuru Yuri - completely different on all levels. They are not any bit similar to KNJ save for the lack of a fantasy setting which is where those tags find their way in. This is one of the reasons to avoid manga indexes all together. The series does get melodramatic a lot. There were many instances where Aoki could have just laughed and walked away.

You can post your complaints about the series no matter how hostile they may seem. I don't think any adult here would get offended by someone not liking any particular manga. It's good to vent.

 No.23480

>>23421
I watch the anime in spring this year. I expected it to be a pedobait show but in fact it was a coming of age show. I recognised myself in Shirai and I am surprised how deep it actually was at times.

 No.23735

https://bato.to/comic/_/comics/umwelt-r12194
https://bato.to/comic/_/comics/kabochas-adventure-r18502

These were both really nice despite being completely different. This guy is one of my all time favorite mangaka now.

 No.23736

>>22223
This manga was so good, I think it's because like the other anon said there's not much words and your imagination can just go wild.

 No.23842

>>21823
>I like downloading raw manga that is untranslated and no one knows about, at least in the English community, and reading it.
I enjoy doing the same thing, but instead of only reading completed series, I download each new thing that is uploaded that looks appealing to me, and whatever else I run into being recommended that seems of interest. My standards have degraded over time and I've read a lot of real shit, but it's a good way to practice my Japanese and pass the time when I can't make myself care about anything else, I figure. I've downloaded around 500 titles by this point, and of course I've only got around to actually reading a fraction of those, and finishing or at least reading the bulk of a small handful.

I've idly thought of starting a Wizchan raw manga reading circle or something, to be able to discuss what we've found, but I don't know if I would actually commit to it.

 No.24150

File: 1502513481742-0.png (149.41 KB, 956x680, 239:170, life is a wank.png) ImgOps iqdb

Finished reading Welcome to NHK manga. Not sure what am I supposed to be thinking about it: the story seems rather scrambled, the plot progression is rather unsteady - with a lot of regressions out of nowhere, with the narrative randomly speeding up and slowing down.

What were supposed to be emotional scenes didn't really click with me and often times they didn't carry any sort of weight to the overall story. Maybe except for the revolutionary garden scene closer to the end of the manga - it was rather cute, and was preceding what is basically a denouement. Speaking of the epilogue - it caught me off-guard, I mean, it came rather suddenly, ended rapidly, and is quite undeveloped.

Ending, at least for me, seems like an unfitting puzzle piece. Before that, Satou always reverted to his previous condition when things were getting better for him, and Misaki just went along with it, trying to cure him or something - fuck if I know, more on that later. In the Ending, all the main cast parted their ways - Satou got himself a part-time job and is now working, not trying to run away from this like he did before, Yamazaki moved to his parents' house although he didn't want to, and Misaki… locked her up in the attic of the apartment where Satou used to live (?). It's all rushed, somewhat ungrounded, it is probably the part of the manga I have most gripes with.

Then there's Misaki and her relationship with Satou. I'm not quite sure what the fuck is going on between these two. Misaki has an implied metal illness (or something) that's why she was bullied in her school, forcing her to drop out and go around volunteering to help people with her recovery program. She's somewhat manipulative, and is trying to feed her ego by helping someone who's worse off than her. Apparently, the plan she had for Satou, she was afraid to take it any further after he proposed to her (?), and that was the reason why she cloistered herself in the attic of his house. Everything about her is just really strange, and I'm not sure if I got everything correctly, really. Her character doesn't get any apparent development, and the motivations still remain unclear, and are open to interpretations, and I'm not sure if it's beneficial to the story or not, since some may get the notion that the writer was just too lazy to create a stark personality for his character, going with the mystery factor instead. I guess it just boils down to the reader and his preferences.

Overall, It's okay, I guess. It doesn't have any particular mind-blowing insights into hikkikomori lifestyle or the human nature, "emotional" scenes are quite weak, characters just flounder in the same small pond of problems, sometimes getting out of it, just to return to it five pages later, repeating same process throughout the whole manga up until the ending.
Art is nice, nothing extraordinary though. Manga is quite short, you can complete it in one sitting.

I'm pretty sure I'll have to read the Light Novel to clear things up, but I'm not sure. Has anybody read both the Light Novel and the Manga? Can anybody tell me if there are differences?

 No.24151

>>24150
Thanks wiz, you've saved me the bother of having to read that. I didn't like the anime much but heard that the manga is better. Apparently not better enough.

 No.24254

File: 1503640945069-0.jpg (296.97 KB, 728x1045, 728:1045, manga muscle training.jpg) ImgOps iqdb

File: 1503640945069-1.png (509.88 KB, 718x1209, 718:1209, scary hipsters.png) ImgOps iqdb

File: 1503640945069-2.png (85.52 KB, 613x173, 613:173, mangaka escapism chart.png) ImgOps iqdb

Finished reading what there is of Kakushigoto.

Based Kumeta is at it again, but this time instead of constantly lampooning whatever he finds fit and inserting social commentary, he decided to go with a somewhat mild setting that makes it somewhat reminiscent of his earlier, pre-Zetsubou Sensei works, except the degree of craziness of his gags' has been lowered substantially.

The premise is: a single "dirty" gag manga artist and a caring father is bitterly trying to hide his (as he supposes - shameful) occupation from his ten year old daughter while keeping up with his mangaka duties.

Although Kakushigoto isn't as bitter as some of his previous recent works, the carping is still there, and Kumeta's aim has shifted from the social/political sphere to the manga industry. There are plenty of insights into mangakas' workflow and problems that come up along the way. The manga probably serves as an autobiography of sorts, as there are plenty of small details and scenes that directly parallel with Kumeta's own life.

Characters in this one are nothing really special, much like in all of Kumeta's works - they all possess a set of their own quirks and traits that sooner or later come up in the gags. The designs are likable and way more varied than what you'd expect from Kumeta. There's also some SZS-like subplot going on, that is, there already is a set of females who got the wrong impression that the main character was hitting on them and fell for him. Then again, most of them are brought up for very specific gags, and probably will play some sort of bigger role later on, bearing Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei Manga Ending in mind.

Kakushigoto is still an ongoing, so that may be troubling for some, but find some time for yourself to read it - it's fun and lighthearted.

 No.24288

I'm retarded. Where does everyone go to get manga scans?

 No.24290

Am I the only one that dropped To Your Immortality ? I feel like it's going nowhere, I'm tired of the same pattern of meeting a new character which dies and it's only reminder is it's fizical form.
>>24288
madokami, join their irc on rizon and msg the bot for an account

 No.24330

File: 1504013014486.jpg (186.18 KB, 728x1043, 104:149, 19.jpg) ImgOps iqdb

>>24290
>Am I the only one that dropped To Your Immortality ?
You sure? It just got super interesting.

 No.24346

>>24254
How are Kumeta's other works like?
Even if they're not as cynical or satirical as SZS, I'm still really fond of his art style and succubi
>>24288
mangaupdates.com lists the specific scanlator groups that worked on a translation, and you can usually just search and go straight to their site

 No.24347

File: 1504261043160-0.jpg (46.93 KB, 261x372, 87:124, the master.jpg) ImgOps iqdb

File: 1504261043160-1.gif (626.43 KB, 500x280, 25:14, koji doing what he does be….gif) ImgOps iqdb

>>24346
>How are Kumeta's other works like?
If I were to pick a single word to describe his manga, it'd be: "original", or, maybe, "ingenious".
Most of his works have a really quirky and interesting premise to them that is then expanded upon throughout the course of manga in the form of thematic gags and occasional plot progression. And that's pretty much it. If you're expecting some witty story choices and about-turns, then you'll probably be disappointed - all the wit is put into the gags, because that is what Kumeta is, a gag artist. It'd be really interesting to see him write a story and stray away from the gags, but considering that he has been in the industry for over 25 years now - it's very unlikely that he would do that, ever.

 No.24783

File: 1508476078840-0.png (564.08 KB, 720x1024, 45:64, Screenshot_20171013-184143….png) ImgOps iqdb

File: 1508476078840-1.png (524.47 KB, 720x1019, 720:1019, Screenshot_20171013-184152….png) ImgOps iqdb

File: 1508476078840-2.png (687.35 KB, 720x1014, 120:169, Screenshot_20171013-184225….png) ImgOps iqdb

found this in the koisuru metronome manga, thought you guys might like it

 No.24920

File: 1509647128748.png (241.67 KB, 958x1400, 479:700, 003.png) ImgOps iqdb

Wanitokagegisu. Its a seinen manga by Furuya Minoru about this 32yr old guy who lives by himself and works as a security guard. Normally he's generally content with his life but then weird shit starts happening to him for no reason. The art is actually pretty unique and its not the typical moeshit stuff.

 No.24921

>>24920
I remember reading and liking Ciguatera years ago. For whatever reason I never went after more titles by he same author. I'll definitely check Wanitokagegisu out. Thanks.

 No.24926

File: 1509780215522.png (272.22 KB, 960x1400, 24:35, hittinghome.png) ImgOps iqdb

>>24920
I really liked this one. Mangaka is really getting close to that whole feeling of inadequacy.

 No.24946

Read voynich hotel the other day.
It was pretty short but the artstyle was interesting and it had a lot of funny black humor, the story is a bit all over the place but it was enjoyable. Only real issue was the last couple chapters felt rushed.

 No.24955

>>24946
>rushed
The story really didn't change in narrative pacing even at the end. Something weird happens and you meet this character, something weird happens and you find out about that character, the only thing the ending did was return to the characters that felt like they had the most focus and do the same thing with them. That's why it's such a great manga, and why everyone still talks about it in rec threads. It's not supposed to be a satisfying story, in fact I think the whole point of Voynich Hotel is that even if you reveal mysteries the truth isn't that much better than the anticipation of what is to come.

 No.24956

>>24955
I mean, I liked the end and especially the last page was incredibly fitting. I guess I just wanted snippets of a few more characters, rushed wasn't really the best word.

 No.25093

Just finished catching up on/rereading dorohedoro.

It's definitely gotten a bit off the rails but it's still a lot of fun.

 No.25267

File: 1512702854542.png (433.71 KB, 625x989, 625:989, img00018uFX.png) ImgOps iqdb

Anyone else here read "Kaguya wants to be confessed to"? I'm kinda mad that they turned apprentice Ishigami into a normie in the latest chapter.

 No.25490

the new Berserk chapter has been out for a while, opinions?
I was a little disappointet tbh but I am happy enough that it finally picks up again to overlook that.

 No.25492

what are some good shounen ai books? not looking for porn just some BL

 No.25764

>>25492
anybody???

 No.25766

>>25492
>>25764
I've been reading a manga called blue flag, it's a love triangle between the mc who is pretty neutral, his best friend(who is gay and likes mc but no one knows), and a succubus that becomes their friend and that likes both of them but is really shy. It's very realistic, not really your generic BL story, has lots of drama and romance

 No.25769

>>25766
but like, what's the gayness on a scale of 1 to 10?

 No.25770

>>25769
it's still ongoing, nothing too gay has happened yet, but the subject of homosexuality is touched on often, it's awkward confused love at this point. It sort of shifts between BL and shoujo at points imo. It's a realistic manga on gay love, not really something generic like super lovers or something in that vein

 No.25771

I wish Japan did colored manga. I can't ever figure out what's going on in some of them because it's all just black and white.

 No.25773

>>25771
Full-colored manga is rare because it takes way longer and it's close to impossible to release on a weekly basis (and most serial manga is released weekly).

Never had trouble with black-and-white because manga style comics incorporate lots of effects that make it easy to distinguish action. If you're new to the medium, you'll get used to it.

 No.25774

Is there a Naruto manga ? I only watched the anime so far , I love it

 No.25782

>>25770
>it's still ongoing, nothing too gay has happened yet,

Ok. Well I'm looking for something completed, and more romantic. If you've read Ghost that's a good example of what appeals to me.

 No.25783

>>25782
>If you've read Ghost that's a good example of what appeals to me
Only thing I can think of is No.6, you'd probably find more stuff you like under shoujo tags than bl

 No.25798

>>25783
>No.6
>"…Shion later witnesses his coworker age rapidly and die as a wasp emerge from his neck."

wtf am I reading

 No.25874

I started reading HxH out of boredom. I'm now at the point where they all got their hunter licenses. Really mundane, characters are one not, and a lot of contrivances so far.

 No.25881

>>25874
I wan't a huge fan of it but you are at the part it starts picking up. If you made it that far definitely keep going because it gets better.

 No.25928

File: 1518549292356.jpg (177.07 KB, 728x1046, 364:523, spirit-circle-5399089.jpg) ImgOps iqdb

I just finished reading spirit circle. It was really good. I would prefer it to be a little longer though to show the spirits of their freinds daily lives instead of just seeing the two main characters different spirits through the times, but it was still very satisfying to read and the ending was good. It want to learn more about the time gods too though, but it makes sense to leave them as a mystery.

I plan on reading the alternate story for spirit circle now, hoshi no samidare.

 No.25938

>>25881
Well, I finished the Auction/Phantom Troupe arc and I don't think I'll bother going on with it. Guess my expectations got inflated with all the groids who I heard praising it as something above shounen, but it was run of the mill to me. Characters defined by one personality trait and their motivation, villains so out of the maincast's league the only way for them to compete is to bullshit their power up, fights where characters explain how their abilities work, worldbuilding that has no rhyme or reason outside of the mangaka going "Hey this would be cool!", etc. The next arc seems they'll be going into a video game and I already had enough of shit like that so I'm done.

Not sure what I'll try reading next.

 No.25939

File: 1518732515880.jpg (41.9 KB, 360x480, 3:4, doraemon11.jpg) ImgOps iqdb

I'm reading Doraemon. Finished vol.7 yesterday. I finally realized that's the type of stuff I look forward to it. I find comfort, almost bliss when reading something like Carl Barks's Scrooge McDuck or The Smurfs. Doraemon has the same feeling to it. Something intended for kids and deep into it you find an old man having fun with his thoughts. Bouncing around silly ideas in a world where they actually work. The artwork is simple but enjoyable.

 No.25963

Read Black Paradox and after reading that and Hellstar Remina I'm convinced Ito works better when he isn't trying to write a longer story, haven't read Gyo or Uzumaki yet though. It seems to me he's better suited to shorter things because it's awfully apparent how bad he is a plotting and characterization when he tries to take on something more.

 No.25993

It's painful reading naruto and seeing how it got progressively worse and worse into it's piece of shit ending, it used to be so good but was ruined by shonen jump jew making it longer for gold. It's too painful because it was so good.

 No.26006

Romance manga has to be the worse genre, even netorare gives you a better feeling at least to your penis compared to the black hole thats left in you from romance when the other succubus isn't chosen. And then they show a time skip 10 years later and the other succubus that we read all about in the manga now suddenly has kids with some random man instead of the main character, and the main character is married with his wife and they have kids and get old and die a happy life. Endings like that piss me off more than anything.

 No.26007

>>26006
read bl romance instead, it's the only good kind

 No.26008

>>26007
what does bl stand for?

 No.26009

>>26008
boys love

 No.26011

>>26006
Romance manga that has a VN or drama structure with multiple love interests is terrible to read for the actual romance. It's too many negative emotions. Look for the rare dramaless, one interest romance.

 No.26014

>>26011
do you have any recommendations?

 No.26015

>>26014
Fujiyama-san wa Shishunki of course

 No.26029

>>25963
Gyo's pretty meh but Uzumaki is among my top 20 because of how Ito ties together the previous chapters in the finale.

 No.26071

I've been reading manga by Oh! great like air gear and tenjou tenge and this guy is a great artist, but he can't write stories worth anything. Everything feels unnatural, random parts of the story suddenly happen that don't flow well and aren't believable and its hard to understand whats going on a lot of the time because of that. He should just hire someone to write the stories for him while he focuses on the art, he would make great manga then. Somehow he's been making manga for more than 23 years even though he can't write good stories.

 No.26073

>>26071
>good stories
Manga isn't really that great for storytelling as a medium. Spirit Circle guy makes it work because I think he has a very good sense of the story having a structure and he clearly plots it. Looks effortless reading it. Most manga is focused on getting the most from the pages you have in front you, so reading it all at once usually feels jumbled. It probably wouldn't be as bad reading it week-to-week.

I really liked Machida-kun to Sekai and Chio-chan going to school. Both heavy character focus, don't have much of a continuing story but still manage to link together plot elements to give you a feeling of progression as you read further. I think that's the best balance. Manga isn't fit for more complex stories, books have much more freedom for that.
Tried Komi-chan, first comedy manga I outright hated. Humor didn't feel like humor at all, just look at this weirdo and this weirdo.
Kaguya was the most enjoyable I read for the character reactions and interaction. Fun watching the characters pride crumble.

 No.26104

I'm rereading Narutaru. Decided to because I read it years ago and liked it a lot but couldn't remember exactly why I did.

 No.26513

File: 1523376351237.png (506.47 KB, 1312x1982, 656:991, 005.png) ImgOps iqdb

I just started reading Dead Dead Demon's Dededededestruction. It has a very unique premise (so far I think it's a SoL in the midst of an alien invasion? and the aliens are weak?) and the art's not half bad.

 No.26599

Does anyone here has an account on madokami? They have closed registration for a while now and I would like to know if it's worth keeping on the lookout for when you can register again. Do they have a large collection of raw stuff? I'm interested in older titles, 80s and early 90s stuff, specially from defunct magazines like コミックボンボン. I'm not interested in translated material so if that's the bulk of their stuff I might as well forget about it.

 No.26674

>>26513
from what chapter is this page? it got me intrigued

 No.27017

>>26513

I don't know, Asano used to be my favorite mangaka, but I find it really hard to dig their new, 'cutesy' art style (which this page is an exception to).

Also, did he actually become a succubus in the end?

 No.27081

>>26674
It's one of the early chapters. Somewhere around c5-15 I believe.

 No.27082

>>21823
What level is ideal for that, N3 or something?

 No.27179

File: 1527407305145-0.png (252.17 KB, 476x537, 476:537, 47.png) ImgOps iqdb

File: 1527407305145-1.png (422.98 KB, 754x602, 377:301, 8.png) ImgOps iqdb

I saw a picture from Koe no Katachi while lurking wizchan and decided to read the manga.

There were some parts where tears were running down my face. The bullying and the "suicide" hit close to home.

Do you have any recommendations for similar mangas?

 No.27183

>>27179
there's also a movie in case you didn't know

 No.27423

I've been purchasing the licensed English prints of Kiniro Mosaic and Nichijou. I dropped both anime about 3 episodes in as they were being released because I was enjoying both on a relaxing level, so I figured reading the manga would extend the enjoyment. I was right, but dang does it take long for them to wind up on the shelves of bookstores where I live. I want to read some more recent series which caught my attention but none have been officially translated yet.

>inb4 pirate it


I just can't shake the need for a full book shelf.

 No.27481

File: 1529616535961.jpg (465.4 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, [HorribleSubs] Steins Gate….jpg) ImgOps iqdb

>>21816
>So why don't we share each other great manga
https://reader.deathtollscans.net/series/dice_the_cube_that_changes_everything/ It's not really a manga, and its not released on paper but somehow it got stuck in my mind even though i don't feel like reading it anymore)since 3 years ago(.
>>25766
> blue flag
More like gay fag, am i rite boys? How can you love someone who has no bewbs?

 No.28287

>>26104
Close to being done, I read through 80% of it a few months ago and planning on finishing what's left this month. There's quite a few moments where the protagonist should've died and plot bullshit saved her and there's arcs which are borderline filler with how little they add to the overall plot.

 No.28288

>>28287
Also the fucking teenage succubi with black hair look nearly identical and it's fucking annoying.

 No.28895

i need a manga collection for beginner japanese readers. i know enough japanese to read yotsubato

i can probably read any manga with furigana but it will take longer because i'll have to look words up every sentence

 No.28896

>>28895
In my experience the best manga to learn Japanese is the one that you like the plot and characters. No point downloading some manga that's easy to read but you have no interest in it. After Yotsuba I read Doraemon, Papua-kun, Super Mario (the Kodansha one), little bit of Kirby, some Dragon Quest stuff, some Urusei Yatsura volumes, currently reading Kochikame. Plus lots of others I read a chapter or two, sometimes just the first couple of pages. Go to mangazip and grab a bunch that draw your attention. CoroCoro titles are the easiest to read usually, being for kids and all.

>i can probably read any manga with furigana but it will take longer because i'll have to look words up every sentence

Haven't you grinded some Core words deck before going for native material? You have to literally stop every balloon to look words up in Yotsuba? Then anything else will be too exhausting I'm afraid.

 No.28897

>>28896

> You have to literally stop every balloon to look words up in Yotsuba?


no, not with yotsuba. I meant a manga other than yotsuba

I still have to look up words occasionally with yotsuba but not every balloon.

 No.28898

mangazip links never work

http://rawmangazip.com/

i prefer rawmangazip

 No.28901

File: 1542301805781-0.png (1.63 MB, 1672x1200, 209:150, 59.png) ImgOps iqdb

File: 1542301805781-1.png (1.89 MB, 827x1200, 827:1200, 000.png) ImgOps iqdb

File: 1542301805781-2.png (418.08 KB, 836x1200, 209:300, 009.png) ImgOps iqdb

I'm really enjoying "Marry Grave" It has a weak start and the pacing of the story is unorthodox I don't believe the Mangaka has made full use of the stories layout seems to be more of a gimmick (heard some say it was to get people interested in the story)

I think It's only getting better as it progresses though the artstyle has seemed to change quite a bit in just 37 chapters character expressions have become very lively lately (jean arc was too) I love the monster design a lot. I suggest you read this and let me know your thoughts on it. I think if you've read Shōnen it might not feel too original I can't quite explain why I like it but eagerly await a new chapter each week it's fun. but has flaws. Also the story is themed around love and marriage but is done in a veryu genuine pure way, it's heartwarming occasionally but some wizards might not like this theme?

 No.28902

File: 1542308128656.png (155.19 KB, 474x267, 158:89, screen-shot-2018-04-17-at-….png) ImgOps iqdb

Just finished reading all the currently available chapters of Black Clover. (182 at the time of posting) and watching the anime.
I gotta say it far exceeded my expectations.

In my opinion Black Clover puts boku no hero to shame. Both of them being your typical shonen that hit very similar beats I feel the comparison is fair. BC is not without its faults but when it comes to suspension of disbelief, humor, characters & setting I feel BC hits these points out of the park compared with boku no. My only real complaint about BC is how fast it feels like the plot moves but I suppose it's better than dragging on forever with story arcs(looking at you one piece)

If anyone here enjoys a good battle anime I would highly recommend Black Clover. I avoided it up until now because of the memes surrounding the launch of the anime.
"All the main character does is yell"
"It's just a certain magical index knock off"
"It's a harry potter anime"
"boku no is better" (this is a lie)
While I can admit that all three of those points are somewhat valid not one of them actually bothered me whatsoever. Riding on brooms and certain locations are the only things that feels extremely harry potter to me but its not a deal breaker since the manga and anime excell in so many other areas.

The anime is actually really well done as well. Certain fights are just people throwing spells at each other but since it's a world of wizards I understand the reasoning behind it. Since the main character uses an anti-magic sword whenever he fights it totally throws all the normal rules out the window and its a real treat to watch(especially with the anime since the english dub is good)
Overall I would rate Black Clover in the category of shonen as a solid 8.5/10
>great world building
>awesome characters
>really well executed fight scenes when powerful characters clash
>cool villains
well done character deaths

When it comes to the anime
>solid animation most of the time (especially when it counts)
>sweet soundtrack
>really well done voice acting
>Have yet to see any filler

If you are on the fence or simply bored I would recommend reading the manga which is free and easy to find online or watching the anime which is also easy to find.

https://blackclovermanga.com/
https://www.watchcartoononline.io/anime/black-clover

It's not perfect but honestly what anime is?

 No.28903

File: 1542318346006-0.jpg (314.07 KB, 765x1026, 85:114, Yokohama-Kaidashi-Kikou-v1….jpg) ImgOps iqdb

You need to relax, boys

 No.28904

File: 1542319305756.jpg (103.11 KB, 580x550, 58:55, ganbare-goemon1.jpg) ImgOps iqdb

I've been looking for these for at least a year now with no luck. It's the Goemon manga series, there's lots of them but I can't find a single volume. All I managed to find is a bunch of screenshots from selected panels and dead links, indicating, I hope, that there are scans of these somewhere.

If anyone has a Madokami account, would you be so kind to look in their database for any of the volumes? Their registration is closed now for over a year and I know they have a sizeable collection. I prefer the raws but I'll be happy with anything you may find.

I appreciate any help.

 No.28905

>>28902
>"boku no is better" (this is a lie)
It is A truth actually. You are comparing mangas. I'm comparing animes.
>"All the main character does is yell"
This is my main problem right next to being "a certain BNHA knock off". I can say that they're knock offs of each other but hey. its just my opinion. I started with black clover, Dropped it and started watching BNHA to the end. Perhaps I'm tired of this "mystery" trope. I prefer more simple anime now.

 No.28908

File: 1542401437044.jpg (87.81 KB, 807x868, 807:868, 37394681_472258969910251_7….jpg) ImgOps iqdb

>>28905
My biggest issues with boku no pretty much all stem from how the superhero powers function and how the plot is self contained to a fault.

I'll start with how I think the superpowers are either weak or impractical to a fault. A basic gun would win in a fight against 90% of the characters explored in the show, no questions asked. Thats leaving out actual combat rifles which I assume would make quick work out of every hero from All Might all the way down to All for One.
Why does that problem not apply to Black Clover? Simply because guns do not exist in BC's universe.

The second major problem I have with boku no in regards to the superpowers is how totally impractical a majority of them are. Jet engines in your legs? Tape dispenser in your arms? Headphone jacks stemming from your ears? Those are all extremely low hanging fruit examples but lets not forget that all three of those powers are from characters in lead supporting roles to the story which might I remind you, takes place in the primary class of the world's (or maybe just japan?) best ninja training academy I MEAN SUPERHERO SCHOOL… sorry. I know asking for a shonen to suspend disbelief might be considered asking a bit much but its My Hero's fault in the first place for following the superhero format which just so happens to generally take place in the real world. I can not say I have ever had this problem with the Marvel comics as powers are normally scaled up to literal "superhuman" levels in order to compensate for this issue. X-men on the other hand is pretty much just an 80s soap opera that has less to do with mutants fighting each other and more to do with a school full of outcasts hooking up (spoiler alert, that's all boku no truly is). This kind of power scaling can't take place in boku no because literally every single person on the planet has these powers and much like in X-men the show is more focused on mutant power vs mutant power rather than realistic circumstances.

The third biggest issue I have with boku is the scope of the story or should I say, the lack of scope. For a show based around the real world or even "the comic book world" I simply find it rather distracting that the greatest superhero school is full of predominantly characters so bad they would even be rejected from the X-men. I understand that the show is mostly based on call backs or homages to comic book characters but having world changing superhero events pretty much all take place in one or two japanese locations while simultaneously only directly impacting a dozen characters at most simply feels incredibly underwhelming to me.

With all that hot mess to say please don't think I am shit talking My Hero for any other reason besides my personal inability to look past the shows faults at telling a compelling narrative by my own standards. The show simply does not hold a candle to actual comic books and if it wasn't for the anime aesthetic the show would have nothing going for it besides totally re-hashed ideas. I have still read/watched all of the content available for boku simply because I am a stunted child at heart who enjoys the familiarity and safety of the shonen archetypes. I would also like to take a moment to address a green text of yours.

>"All the main character does is yell"

While that can indeed be said about Black Clovers main character(especially in the anime) I believe saying that all My Heroes main character does is cry would also be a true statement from the same standpoint.

My distrust for boku not only stems from the shows limited writing & concepts but also from how the fans of it have forged the fandom into something that closely resembles the early naruto's fanbase obsession over characters relationships. I would not at all be shocked if in the future we got My Hero 2 where all the main cast has hooked up and now we follow their spawns around much like Boruto.

Ultimately I would like to sum my jumble of thoughts simply into.
I was not a fan of the 80s X-men as it was nothing more than a bunch of norms hooking up in a high school that they lived in and now Boku No is doing the same thing for anime fans almost 40 years later.

 No.28909

>>28908
My biggest issues with MHA is that it's generic as fuck and follows the shounen formula to a T yet everyone's praising it for breaking some new ground. Like all hyped shounen, it'll start getting shit on the moment the next "hypest shit" comes around the corner and people get bored with it. Same thing happened with Naruto, Bleach, and Fairy Tail.

 No.28923

I keep going back to Itou Junji's manga, he's an artist I actually like. Seems like most just have a couple of good works but mostly uninteresting ones

>>21823
Yeah yeah we all read Genki and thought we were good

 No.28930

>>28908
I don't know what X-Men comics you have been reading but the ones I read had nothing to do with romantic school drama and everything to do with majore world changing events and heavy social issues.
Then again I don't read the current stuff because marvel comics suck now.

 No.28942

>>28908
Honestly boku no hero is such trash I'm amazed it has any following at all.

 No.28945

>>28923
>Itou Junji's manga
Shitty storyteller and boring art, lacks creativity.

 No.29419

File: 1547158674882.jpg (421.14 KB, 1100x750, 22:15, blame-v1-01.jpg) ImgOps iqdb

>>22223
I'm just reading Blame! and holy shit its great. I don't know why I waited for so long to read it.
Considering that most manga (and japanese media in general) always has tons of dialogue and exposition its refreshing to see something that's mostly carried by its visual with almost no dialogue.

 No.29420

>>29419
In fact I didn't understand shit about the plot and I gave up on it. But the scenery was beautiful of course, especially if you like cyberpunk.

 No.29506

File: 1548474319336-0.jpg (670.4 KB, 1095x1600, 219:320, voynich hotel cat.jpg) ImgOps iqdb

File: 1548474319336-1.jpg (310.6 KB, 1113x1600, 1113:1600, voynich hotel gay sniper.jpg) ImgOps iqdb

Voynich Hotel has already been mentioned by another wizard in the thread, but I just finished rereading it and I loved it even more this time than when I first read it, so I want to reinforce that recommendation. That is all.

 No.29522

File: 1548631086194.jpg (Spoiler Image, 214.77 KB, 822x1200, 137:200, 17.jpg) ImgOps iqdb

Just started reading this trash ("saotome shimai ha manga no tame nara"). It's pretty entertaining if you're into that sort of thing.

 No.29526

>>29419
It is slightly explained in the anime a little better… mankind has evolved post-transhumanism, and survivors who are constantly attacked by the wired and rouge AI are stuck trying to survive on a dyson sphere.

 No.29527

>>29526
Fuck, I didn't know they made a Blame anime

 No.29528

>>21888
What addons are you using? I am also interested in keeping track of ongoing manga. Too many have slow updates that make you forget to check it after some time.

 No.29529

You mean you don't just use a notebook or text document with title and chapter/volume number next to it?
I though that is what everyone did.

 No.29557

File: 1548982671886.jpg (306.52 KB, 1024x1536, 2:3, 023.jpg) ImgOps iqdb

hngg bulma

 No.29559

File: 1548985183632.png (430.27 KB, 726x451, 66:41, Screenshot from 2019-01-31….png) ImgOps iqdb

volcel goku

 No.29560

File: 1549000653034-0.jpg (226.37 KB, 1200x881, 1200:881, kokou-no-hito-22.jpg) ImgOps iqdb

File: 1549000653034-1.jpg (221.79 KB, 1200x890, 120:89, kokou-no-hito-2182161.jpg) ImgOps iqdb

Kokou no Hito

 No.29561

File: 1549001259587-0.jpg (570.58 KB, 1740x1268, 435:317, 10.jpg) ImgOps iqdb

File: 1549001259587-1.jpg (444.77 KB, 1740x1262, 870:631, 10 (1).jpg) ImgOps iqdb

File: 1549001259587-2.jpg (108.97 KB, 640x433, 640:433, pfee4o2cbstooyr2xvtwhecjl2….jpg) ImgOps iqdb

>>29560
Innocent.

It's from the same author as Kokou no Hito.

Although Kokou No Hito is far more introspective, and the art is slightly better, Innocent has better characters and a better story.

I extremely reccomend both.

 No.29564

Caught up with Neverland. I still like it even though some of the later arcs are nothing to note. But with recent twists, it seems like the mangaka is deviating from what they originally planned.

Oh well, not sure if I should read Blame or Dorohedoro. I'll let my post number decide.

 No.29565

File: 1549111561286.png (317.55 KB, 593x515, 593:515, gto.png) ImgOps iqdb

I'm currently reading great teacher onizuka and I'm really enjoying it.

 No.29576

Where do you anons download your manga?
Looking for Strongest Legend Kurosawa but a site with a large collection would be more helpful in the long term desu

 No.29600

File: 1549665791597.gif (27.59 KB, 300x300, 1:1, Doraemon_and_friends.gif) ImgOps iqdb

>>25939
I stopped at vol 10 when I made this post. Now my mom went on a month long trip and I'm back home to take care of her pets and endure an internet so shitty I'm not even sure this post will go through it takes so damn long to load anything. Only thing I have on this laptop is 45 volumes of Doraemon and for the past 2 days that's all I do now. It's been a while since I'm at this point where I feel like stop reading/watching/playing some media but once I stop I immediately realize there's nothing else to do and just force myself to continue. I'm actually having lots of fun with it.

 No.29631

I just finished volume 6 of succubus's Last Tour and I went in not knowing it was the last. I really really liked this manga, From a normal viewpoint it wasn't anything special at all and the art was comical, but this particular series clicked with me personally in more ways than one. It ended on such a sad note. I hate this feeling of the adventure ending. I guess I can watch the anime now and prolong the experience for a little longer but my pansy ass is going to be butthurt over this for some time.

 No.29633

>>29631
Things are worth praising when they end. It should teach you here to appreciate what was good rather than the potential future.

 No.29671

>>29631
I watched the anime first then read the continuation in the manga.
What a great work of art.
Very depressing but very calming too in a weird sort of way.
It's not over until it's over.

 No.29685

>>29576
I just read them online.

 No.29707

File: 1551996749802.png (46.6 KB, 257x264, 257:264, originalasfuck.png) ImgOps iqdb

>>28908
Small update on boku no. Spoilers for late in the manga so don't read if you care.

It's officially become X-men…The main villain of the last movie was Magneto and the current story arch in the manga is about a succubus who can erase powers just like in xmen…..Also they can make bullets out of her power….just like in xmen….

 No.29713

>>29707
Her role is kinda insignificant in the latest issues, though.
She kinda just dropped off the pages after she was saved.

 No.29722

>>28903
I just read the first chapter of this after remembering a post saying it was like heroin on magicchan. Its wonderful

 No.30046

Does anyone still read Watamote? I remember that it was really big among NEET/hikki types on imageboards a few years ago when the anime came out, but I haven't seen anyone talk about it in forever. I stopped reading it a while ago around the time when Tomoko gets caught trimming her pubes. Is it worth reading still?

 No.30048

>>30046
I'm reading it right now. I'm not far in the manga since I've seen the anime twice so I put off reading it. I have a few manga with hikikomori characters I plan to read. It's a decent story, I like the Tomoko's personality and awkwardness more than the actual story. That's where the appeal is

 No.30049

>>30048
also I know she's not a hikikomori but she's always brought up in discussions since without school she would be one without a doubt

 No.30050

>>30046
>>30048
Last chapter I read she was checking out campuses with the succubi from her class. Also there are so many relevant characters she interacts with now it's impossible to keep track of their names. I still like it though.

 No.30157

Just finished reading rozen maiden 1 and 2. Really liked it, even more than the anime in some parts. It's a real shame that the anime doesn't follow the original story fully.
Also, what the fuck is wrong with MAL? Why is rozen maiden #938? I refuse to believe that rozen maiden is worse than SAO and whatever seasonal shit that's popular right now. Is it nostalgia or something? Am I the crazy one here?

 No.30158

>>30157
Rankings on websites like that get easily skewed and shouldn't be taken seriously. Popular and relatively recent shows have the advantage of people actively reviewing them.

 No.30159

File: 1557348518823.jpg (1.19 MB, 1143x1600, 1143:1600, 000.jpg) ImgOps iqdb

I'm reading soremachi right now.
Its about a succubus from a small town working in a Maid Cafe, nothing really ambitious, but it nails the small town atmosphere really well and it does give the feeling that the entire series doesn't revolve around the main character but the rest of the townfolk have their own lives as well. It also has some esoteric supernatural chapters that somehow manage to complement well with the rest of SOL stuff.
Would recommend to anyone who is interested in slice of life stuff.

 No.30335

File: 1558947545525.png (70.25 KB, 300x150, 2:1, ClipboardImage.png) ImgOps iqdb

Speed-read through the one punch man volumes yesterday. It was pretty good for the first few volumes, but I felt like they dragged on too much in the later volumes. (maybe I shouldn't have read it all in one sitting, lol)
Saitama's gimmick got old pretty fast. Why show all the "exciting" battles between monsters and heroes if saitama can just walk in there and end it in one punch? Character progression is pretty stunted because of that. Since saitama, being the main hero, is the reference point, it feels like no heroes are actually getting stronger. Maybe I'm missing the point.
Some jokes repeated too often. It was funny once when the psychic succubi were ignored but after two-three-four times it got really stale.
My favourite character has to be King because he's the only one who can actually beat saitama at something.
I read somewhere that saitama is a "op character done right". In my opinion, he isn't. No op character can be done right, because op characters are always boring.

 No.30336

>>30335
Now read the webcomic

 No.30337

>>30157
I never read the manga but the anime was not very good. But regardless, MAL ratings are always terrible. If I recall it lists Fullmetal Alchemist as the number one anime, just how? I don't understand.

 No.30338

>>30335
"OP" characters can be done right if the story focuses on aspects that don't pertain to them being op. OPM starts off with the premise that Saitama's OPness made him depressed and bored and that the story will be about him dealing with that, but it quickly starts to become the boring run of the mill shounen it's parodying. I'd say once you've read to the end of the Boros arc you've seen all OPM has to offer.

People say Mob Psycho is better, but I heard that it gets pretty dogged down in normalfag platitudes the further you go in.

 No.30340

>>30338
OPM for large stretches is just a show like others with some plot, some cool fighting and some character interactions which can all be fun in their own right. It can be watched and enjoyed for what it is.
Mob Psycho takes the 'OP hero struggling with his powers' thing a lot more seriously, however it never lets up the condescending moralizing and one could even say that everything else in the show is subservient to the authors lecturing. At least for the anime that's the case.

 No.30352

File: 1559133501779.png (142.35 KB, 697x390, 697:390, goodnight-punpun-friends.png) ImgOps iqdb

I began reading Goodnight PunPun out of pure curiosity. I imagined it was going to be very childish and was surprised to learn how mature it actually was.

This manga is quirky, uses often times funny and beautiful imagery, and the characters are well developed. I would highly recommend it.

The only issue is, I found myself drop it at issue 2. 2 focuses more on the PunPuns uncle than it does PunPun, and his uncle develops this, like, weird relationship with a 16 year old succubus… but he's over 30. I found myself being very unattached.

If you happen to find issue 1 at your library or bookstore (you CAN read it online) I'd recommend it.

 No.30615

File: 1561543790363.jpg (134.07 KB, 850x850, 1:1, 20190630.jpg) ImgOps iqdb

Reading the newish KOF manga now.

>>21816
Just focus on the ones you like for whatever reason?

 No.30619

>>30352
Yeah, first issues look ok. But then… I forced myself to read all of it. It has some tiny bits of good existencial thoughts now and then, but the vast majority of it is just crazy nippon normalfaggotry, sex and abuse. The whole "cult" plot, idk what the fuck that was for, to show that it's a big issue in Japan? Well it isn't worth filling 50% of the series with that brainfarts. And him becoming a familyfaggot in the end is just fucking crap.
I wouldn't recommend it to wizards.

 No.30623

>>30619
>The whole "cult" plot
Japanese love to join groups, cults exploit this need.

 No.30625

File: 1561547718296-0.png (Spoiler Image, 2.66 MB, 1080x1920, 9:16, Screenshot_2019-06-05-21-3….png) ImgOps iqdb

File: 1561547718296-1.jpg (Spoiler Image, 46.85 KB, 580x259, 580:259, IMG_20190605_214707.jpg) ImgOps iqdb

>>30619
I don't want to sound snobbish, but you might have read it in the wrong way. The creator himself said that "living is harder than dying" for Punpun and thinks it's the "worst possible ending" for his story.(https://mangabrog.wordpress.com/2014/07/06/inio-asano-interview-reality-is-tough-so-read-this-manga-about-cute-succubi-and-feel-better/) It's also hinted at very early in the story(picrelated) that punpun wanted to be left alone all this time(which is really wizardly) and that he doesn't even get that at the end
About the cult arc, again, the creator said that it was all real and they actually saved the world, lol. I don't think anybody liked that, me included haha
>>30352
I read it on my shitphone using tachiyomi, it's a pretty good app for reading manga. I even stopped reading from my pc and switched to phone.

 No.30626

>>30625
>creator himself said
If so, he did a shitty job showing it in his work (or just lied in an intrview to avoid contradiction)
>hinted at very early in the story(picrelated) that punpun wanted to be left alone
it's not "hinted early", that is what 70% of teenagers all around the world think of themselves, and just like him they grow up and start fucking everything that moves, "really wizardly" my ass.
>oh poor me, cosmos is cold, i am nothing, let's fuck

 No.30641

anyone reading chain-saw man?
its not super but its entertaining,it has potential if it avoid common tropes

 No.30672

Read Bitter Virgin because at first I thought it was a wizard's autobiography. Turned out to be a tear-jerking seinen by a female mangaka. Cried a few times, pretty good overall.

 No.30703

I've started reading Berserk and I absolutely love it. The themes and atmosphere are precisely my taste and I feel like I can relate to Guts on some level.

Is the anime also as good as the manga?

 No.30704

>>30703
The first anime is great. But it only covers the first part of the manga. The new reboot is terrible. Done in really really horribly done 3d. Dont reccommend that one at all.

 No.30705

I found I liked pretty much anything by Oshimi Shuzo. Aku no hana, chi no wadachi, Happiness.

 No.30725

File: 1562318632119.jpg (84.25 KB, 621x414, 3:2, blue.jpg) ImgOps iqdb

>>28945
How can you say that?

 No.30837

File: 1563132294978.png (524.08 KB, 600x568, 75:71, 1559571091433.png) ImgOps iqdb

>>30703
I now finished Berserk and I quite enjoy it. The last 10 volumes or so weren't as good as the first few and I also don't seem to enjoy the anime.

The one thing that bugs me is that I couldn't figure out where this image is from. I don't recall a single page where Schrieke assumed that pose.

 No.30839

File: 1563153432787.jpg (2.03 MB, 2830x4200, 283:420, Berserk_v35_p054.jpg) ImgOps iqdb

>>30837
I actually made that a couple years ago. I cut it out from here.

 No.30864

>>30839
Thanks a lot. Asking on Wizchan felt like a shot in the dark. I'm genuinely surprised to run across the creator of the image here. What are the chances?

 No.30865

File: 1563208309434.jpg (32.02 KB, 269x368, 269:368, blame girl.jpg) ImgOps iqdb

can anyone please translate the bubble message?
its a pic related,i started buying blame! master edition
an under-rated manga which can never go full mainstream because of its nature

 No.30866

im about to finish the breacker,a manwha,and im reading the raws for kinnikuman nisei
after that ill read pokemon special
il also reading like 10 other shonen ATM, abyss rage and chainsaw man I reccomend

 No.30868

>>30865
It says " You're late, Killy" "It's been at least 10 years I've been waiting."
I don't think it's underated at all, it got 3 different releases over the years, including an over sized one that looks pretty good, it has 2 movies on it, an artbook and a good deal of merchandise. It's one of my favorites too, I have the original release. Blame! is what pushed Nihei to be a big name. His Knights of Sydonia got animated too.

 No.30869

>>30868
i didnt know KOS was from nihei,ill try to watch it on netflix

 No.30874

>>30868
I got him to sign my second volume of BLAME! in the new french edition, it made me so happy but it was kind of awkward to just say "hello" then "thank you goodbye" when other people where asking him questions while he signed their own volumes.
Guess that's what you get as an autistic wizzie trying to meet the author of one of his favorite mangas.

 No.30916

your brain is too fucked? I got a instant bonner for that shota. I need stop with hentai and quit porn.

 No.30925

can anyone translate the headband symbol?
its kin's,from air master.
the spanish translation goes up to chapter 190,i could start picking up after where the english stopped if theres enough interest

 No.30926

>>30916
while getting boners on command is a sign of virility,you indeed need to quit all porn.
use the energy for other means instead!

 No.30927

File: 1563484170995.jpg (342.89 KB, 1159x549, 19:9, headband.jpg) ImgOps iqdb


 No.30931

>>30925
>>30927
It's 黒 (black) the other one outside the circle is 誠 (truth).

 No.30937

>>30931
thanks
his group is called"black justice alliance" in spanish

 No.31635

Is there any site out there has good quality images, you don't have to download anything, and you don't have to make an account to view stuff? Bonus for putting all of the images for a chapter on a single page.

 No.31636

>>31635
mangakakalot

 No.31718

Binge read like 30 isekai/fantasy mangas/manhwas in a month. Felt really addicted to that shit. Certain tropes started to stand out, like "obligatory succubus romantic partner", "end goal being either returning to earth or defeating the big bad", "empty platitudes served as highly intellectual philosophy" etc. Coincidentally, the only mangas I liked were the ones that either subverted the trope or completely ignored it.
Can recommend only like 5 manga out of the 30 I read, from most liked to less.
"The Gamer" - korean manhwa about a gamer getting OP powers. Art style is below average, but the amount of chapters it had was pretty nice for my binge(a whopping 285). Romance is nowhere in sight, at least from the main character's point of view. Had a lot of fun skipping boring gamer lingo and reading how he got out of tough spots. Superpower manhwas are already for pretty dumb people, but "The Gamer" takes the cake. You can completely turn off your brain and read it without any issues.
"Solo Levelling" - another korean manhwa about superpowers. Art is better than "The Gamer"'s, but the amount of chapters is pretty low, 89. No romance at all. Was pretty satisfying to read about a guy getting stronger in complete solitude.
"Overlord" - I watched the first season of the anime and then read the manga. Manga was infinitely better, didn't even bother to watch the second season of the anime. No romance because the main character is a dickless skelly. After all the boring human isekais, Overlord was a great change of pace. Main character is a good balance between an edgelord and a goofy comic relief.
"The Eminence in Shadow" - pretty funny manga about all the stupid tropes isekais have. Subverts some of them, embraces the others. Reads more like a comedy rather than an author's power fantasy, which is pretty unique for isekais.
"Kumo Desu Ga, Nani Ka?" - a nice manga about a spider getting stronger in complete solitude.
The other 25 mangas I read were either really shit, really boring, or, worst of all, really generic. Isekai mc's suffer the "cardboard cutout" syndrome, which is acceptable if character… nay, power progression is executed nicely.
Gonna read SAO next, but I fear it will be the most shit, boring and generic isekai manga of them all. Or not. Can't really trust the reviews, I'll have to find out for myself.

 No.31721

File: 1571612701136.jpeg (55.87 KB, 429x715, 3:5, images (1).jpeg) ImgOps iqdb

I've been reading this manga called Neeko was tsurai yo,it's about a 23 year old NEET,I can relate a lot,this may seem like cliche but she's basically me,same age,same feelings same shame and sadness.

I like it that it never sugarcoats what being a NEET feels like,there's no "boyfriend" or any other solution like in NHK,You have everything,the more successful sibling,the parents that look at disgust to you,the happy youth memories that feel like fucking torture I really like this.

I wish there was an anime,but this manga is not popular at all it seems,so it's not gonna happen,but you should still check it out.

 No.31722

>>31721
that shit looks like suicide fuel.

 No.31723

File: 1571614529148.png (2.1 MB, 1080x2340, 6:13, Screenshot_2019-10-20-18-3….png) ImgOps iqdb

>>31722
It's not,it's a bit depressing yeah but it's charming and funny too sometimes.

One of the chapters actually had this disclaimer it was probably made by the translate though.

I would rather watch this than other "Wizard" shitty shows like NHK ir Watamote,at least I can actually relate to this.

 No.31724

>>31723
i'd rather avoid any of that depressive stuff.

 No.31725

>>31721
You have happy youth memories?

 No.31726

>>31725
Yes,none of them with succubi of course,but me and some guys on school used to play Vidya together after school,life was actually bearable back then.

 No.31727

File: 1571665314046.jpg (289.06 KB, 446x524, 223:262, Hideo Azuma.jpg) ImgOps iqdb

My favorite manga artist passed away a week ago, they just released the news through his official twitter. Just a month ago he was posting some drawings and sketches and kept thanking people for having bought his works for all those years.I realize now he was saying good bye. I din't know I would be this sad over his death but yeah, I'm really bummed out about it, holy shit. I liked reading manga before finding his stuff years ago but Disappearance Diary was the first manga that made me realize this art form could be something really interesting. He's also one of the main reasons I learned Japanese, just so I could read his stuff. So yeah, I really liked this guy's work. Good night sweet prince.

 No.31728

File: 1571665345130.jpg (80.6 KB, 768x1024, 3:4, C2Gx0e3UkAAidxa.jpg) ImgOps iqdb

>>31727
I'm also uploading one of the last drawings he worked on.

 No.31731

>>31727
Kazuo koike also died this year. Man this sucks

 No.31752

>>31727
I read his Disappearance Diary and it was pretty good, but I can't help but feel bad for the wife and kids he abandoned (twice( and then had to put with his alcoholism. Dude is still a legend though.

 No.31815

File: 1572745475576.jpg (339.63 KB, 947x1446, 947:1446, 1AAA.jpg) ImgOps iqdb

Machikado Mazoku~ succubus wakes up one morning to find that she is a demon complete with horns and a pointy tail; then she is pressured to defeat the local bored mahou shoujo. Slice of life comedy with a mahou shoujo/demon theme. Read before sleeping to cure insomnia or feel good.

>>30335
Agree that One Punch Man should have ended with the Boros arc. After that, it's more like the Garou & Genos show with Saitama being a side-character in his own show.

 No.32162

I finished steel ball run recently. I really liked the premise of a old west race from coast to coast on horseback, not to mention the amazing characters and fights. I tried reading jojolion after this, but it's not the same thing. After i finish it I'm reading berserk, i never read it and only watched portions of the original anime.

 No.32170

File: 1577154847530-0.png (3.57 MB, 1663x1200, 1663:1200, 1.png) ImgOps iqdb

File: 1577154847530-1.png (2.18 MB, 1040x1656, 130:207, 2.png) ImgOps iqdb

File: 1577154847530-2.png (583.05 KB, 836x1200, 209:300, 3.png) ImgOps iqdb

Went on a Manga binge since last week, went through alot of shit, these are my spoils:
>Ruin-Explorer
The title explains itself, it features two heroines, lots of exploration and a swanky 80s style.
>Nora
Hard sci-fi in a world where climate change has become an immediate threat for humans, the oceans have turned toxic but the superpowers and big corporations still continue as usual. A ragtag team of eco guerillas take action, of course their commander Lt. Nora is a cute succubi.
>Vampeerz, My Peer Vampires
A teenage succubus falls in love with a 100 year old vampire. Lots of Yuri succ action, manges to be kinda lewd but cute at the same time.

 No.32172

File: 1577173621404-0.jpg (Spoiler Image, 237.93 KB, 728x1004, 182:251, 3.jpg) ImgOps iqdb

File: 1577173621404-1.png (Spoiler Image, 1.27 MB, 1235x941, 1235:941, 7867565674.PNG) ImgOps iqdb

File: 1577173621404-2.jpg (Spoiler Image, 107.52 KB, 728x1072, 91:134, 9.jpg) ImgOps iqdb

>>30352

I just finished reading that a couple weeks ago. In my case, I found it somewhat difficult to stick with, since it often made me quite depressed and I'd sometimes take a break for a week or two before reading any more. All the sex stuff, including Punpun's constant need for human affection, and all the associated antics he gets up to in regards to that, were a little tiring after a while, but I don't know. The pervading feeling of having to endure an entirely dreary life, filled with self-loathing, loneliness, and emptiness, really bummed me out and only served to intensify my own miserable disposition. Much of the character, in what they say & do, only serving to reinforce these points of misery even further. Next to Punpun's uncle, I found Nanjou in particular to be pretty potent for this sort of thing, especially when she's giving out her rather scathing reality checks to Punpun, or, by extension, just the reader themselves, since, at least for me, I found most of her remarks said against Punpun, and his general spinelessness, could just as easily apply to me as well. That whole scene where Punpun is getting dressed down by Nanjou's former fiancee was especially brutal and all I could feel was angry & upset while reading it, making me feel even worse since that's essentially what he was calling out Punpun for.

Other than that, I thought a lot of the characters were pretty likable, especially Seki & Shimizu. I also found the abrupt direction the story took near the end, (Punpun going on the run for murder with Aiko), to be actually kinda interesting and a novel change for the pacing, despite it being a little jarring as well. The sheer cluelessness of Punpun himself can be somewhat frustrating & contrived at times, but, even in that, I could feel a sense of recognition in him, given how much of a laughable nincompoop I am myself. I'll also say that when it comes to the ending. I felt quite bad for Aiko. Yeah, she was pretty crazy in her own way and was, in some sense, just the female version of Punpun, but it would have been nice to see her be happy & satisfied somewhere. Her eventual suicide, while easy to see coming, was still pretty sad. The fact that she suffered so much guilt over murdering her horrible & abusive mother, while then continuing to be needlessly abused by Punpun, only for her life to end in such a dismal way, really reflected how awful & tragic life so often is. Leading on from that, I found Punpun stabbing himself in the eye, in a bid to kill himself(?), to be pretty dumb. Who the fuck kills themselves by plunging a knife in their eye? Fucking Punpun, as retarded as ever. The whole scene kinda reminded me of the end of Fight Club though, what with Jack shooting himself in the mouth to get rid of Tyler, in just the same way Punpun does to get rid of "God". Nanjou randomly coming across him afterwards felt kinda contrived however. The chapter devoted to how Punpun is starting to forget Aiko was also very sad.

As another wizzie mentioned, one of the biggest gripes I had with this manga had to do with the cult sub-plot. It was dumb, lame and only got in the way of the main story instead of adding to it, becoming essentially nothing more than annoying filler dragging it down. The cult seems like it might be interesting at first, but it ultimately just fizzles out & goes completely nowhere. Maybe that was the point perhaps, as indicative of how life itself follows the same trajectory? Either way, I'd of much rather preferred it had that whole cult bullshit been cut out entirely.

Another, somewhat related thing, is how this mange touches on societal collapse, albeit briefly. As someone who somewhat frequents r/collapse, I thought it was a pretty cool & prescient inclusion for the author to slide into the events of an otherwise unrelated story. Having a real collapse associated with resource depletion, climate chaos, and eventual nuclear war, be faced against a fake "woo woo" collapse, as exemplified by the cult, was a neat juxtaposition I thought. Although disappointingly, it sorta all becomes a bit of a joke at the end since, in the very last line of the manga, you see a new generation of kids remarking to themselves about how society will collapse soon, in the same way Aiko said to Punpun in the beginning of the manga, implying that life will just go on no matter what happens and that nothing will change. Needless to say, but that sort of ignorant & shortsighted attitude pretty much retroactively ruined that aspect of the story for me, which was a shame.

Just a randomly wild aside, but did anyone else find those two teachers playing hide n' go seek with each other in the first few chapters of the manga to be creepy as fuck? Just imagine finding one of them in your closet or under your bed, eyes wide open just standing there/laying there. Freaked me out even more than most horror related things ever do.

Anyway, all in all, I'd say I enjoyed it and I'm not ashamed to admit that it even managed to make me cry a couple times. It might sound entirely cringe & egotistical, but I sorta wish I could manage to write something like this, but modified to reflect my own life as an agoraphobic wizard, hermit living in North America. I suppose one might say, what could someone possibly write about such an existence? Maybe not a lot, but what could be written, would have enormous value, I think. I realize manga really isn't a "thing" outside of Japan, but I don't know. All I'm saying is that if it were somehow possible for me to do anything on this planet, writing a story similar to this would be exactly what I'd like to do. Knowing that I never will, and that no else probably ever will, just bums me out is all. It's just something I couldn't help, but be bothered over while reading this, or thinking back on it now. I'm a bit jealous of authors like this, and others, who can manage to write & express themselves, or to at least go headlong in the attempt, as opposed to someone like me who never does anything and can only dream about ever doing similar to the same degree.

 No.32193

File: 1577379863159-0.png (136.31 KB, 300x411, 100:137, ClipboardImage.png) ImgOps iqdb

File: 1577379863159-1.png (24.06 KB, 172x195, 172:195, ClipboardImage.png) ImgOps iqdb

>>28904
I love the Goemon games but this manga always annoyed me since the focus just seems to be any excuse for the mangaka to jack off to Yae
The last games still managed to put her in something skimpy without being going stupid about it.
You can't stop people from being horny I guess o

 No.32195

>>32193
Holy shit someone actually responded to my post. Just had to wait over a year for it. Where did you find it btw? I've gave up on it after I couldn't find it anywhere. Don't really mind been shitty to be honest, I've played all the games aside the pachinko ones of course and watched the anime. I really want to check this manga out.

 No.32525

File: 1580751750365.png (557.99 KB, 433x858, 433:858, ClipboardImage.png) ImgOps iqdb

Best isekai manga I've read in a while - isekai ojisan. It tells the story of a 35-year old wizard who came back from another world after being there for 17 years. All the humor is based off the fact that "uncle" loves sega religiously and disregards succubi, but that's enough for me. It's actually a breath of fresh air from the thousands of harem isekais.
The romance is non-existant and all advances of succubi are ignored or subverted. Main romance partner is my most hated archetype of all - tsundere. It's really amusing reading about all her failed attempts at wooing the MC. One of the main reasons why she can't seduce the MC is because uncle "isekai-d" before the tsundere archetype got popular, so he doesn't understand the appeal. It's used as a punchline in an earlier chapter, that's why this is spoilered
If I was transported to another world, I'd probably act like him, lol.

 No.32530

File: 1580776631856.png (622.58 KB, 1350x1920, 45:64, bath osaki.png) ImgOps iqdb

Just read the special for inari tamamo, and HOLY FUCK I NEED TO PURCHASE THIS PHYSICALLY SOMEHOW

 No.32533

>>32172
I am enjoying his newest manga Dead Dead Deamon's Dedededestruction right now. Its very much about all that societal collapse stuff.

 No.32543

>>32533

Really? I'll have to check it out then. I wouldn't have guessed he'd dabble with it again, given the way Punpun ended, but I'm not complaining though. Societal collapse, real societal collapse (not some zombie shit, or what have you) needs to have better representation in media. We're at the very precipice of it after all, so I really appreciate those who choose to incorporate it into their stories and really dig deep into what collapse, especially pre-collapse, means on a human level as we all busy ourselves with our various lives. Again, Punpun did a good job with this, I thought, outside of blowing it all off as, "lol, whatever things are fine actually", right at the end.

 No.32867

Finished PunPun. Overall, while I liked the art and the way the story is presented I really didn't like the story and characters. It's hard for me to describe but everyone talks like they just got out a philosophy 101 class, and while I generally don't have a problem with stories doing that, in PunPun a lot of the dialogue just comes off as shallow when you actually assess the vague shit the characters say. Though given the themes of the story itself it could easily be argued that's the point.

 No.32947

File: 1584794267907-0.png (328.7 KB, 646x873, 646:873, a1a.png) ImgOps iqdb

File: 1584794267907-1.png (387.02 KB, 601x883, 601:883, a2a.png) ImgOps iqdb

File: 1584794267907-2.png (346.98 KB, 659x887, 659:887, a3a.png) ImgOps iqdb

kek…
:(

 No.32948

>>32947
The pacing is sooooo much better in the manga then the anime.

 No.32949

Should I read the manga or watch the anime of Vinland Saga?
Posting in manga thread because the ones who read the manga would respond.

 No.32950

>>32949
Manga, the anime changes the order of some stuff

 No.32951

>>32950
Thanks.

 No.32952

>>32949
damn all these manga getting anime adaptations lately i must be living under a rock

 No.32963

File: 1584933582752-0.png (78.64 KB, 323x388, 323:388, Screenshot_17.png) ImgOps iqdb

File: 1584933582752-1.png (401.29 KB, 597x872, 597:872, Screenshot_18.png) ImgOps iqdb

File: 1584933582752-2.png (371.2 KB, 584x873, 584:873, Screenshot_19.png) ImgOps iqdb

the day of retriBuution.
you girrls never gave him a chance!

 No.32964

File: 1584933650945.png (374.47 KB, 641x888, 641:888, Screenshot_20.png) ImgOps iqdb

>>32963
wrong pic this is

 No.33033

File: 1585667350568-0.jpg (275.28 KB, 750x1125, 2:3, 1.jpg) ImgOps iqdb

File: 1585667350568-1.jpg (311.43 KB, 750x1125, 2:3, 2.jpg) ImgOps iqdb

File: 1585667350568-2.jpg (897.17 KB, 1468x1122, 734:561, 551.jpg) ImgOps iqdb

Finally finished reading dragon ball super. It felt like visiting an old friend because everything is more or less the same as ever, but also felt a bit dull.
Pic related was funny and cool.
Muten Roshi is one of my favorite characters in anime, I always used to think how cool it'd be his disciple. The idea of having a powerful hermit train me so I can grow into a wise fighter who battles for justice and to defend what is good and right.

 No.33128

>>33125
Dorohedoro. I torrented the whole VIZmedia collection.
I use free Sumarta PDF for everything, including .cbr/.cbz files.

 No.33219

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

 No.33367

File: 1589481152649.jpg (555.91 KB, 780x1426, 390:713, wxdw.jpg) ImgOps iqdb

is there any manga about fungi or mushrooms taking over the world? kinda like uzumaki but with fungi

 No.33600

>>33367
Star Trek: DISCOVERY aka STD

 No.33625

>>33033
The series was worth revisiting to see Roshi back in the picture alone.

 No.33627

>>33033
lmao Roshi got wizardzoned

 No.34980

File: 1606105032110.jpg (108.14 KB, 728x1055, 728:1055, 14.jpg) ImgOps iqdb

Can anyone recommend me a Manga similar to Ichi The Killer? I wanted to read MPD psycho but turns out Dark Horse stopped translating it and I couldn't find a fan made translation. (Loved Homonuculus also but they're not that similar and I prefer Ichi's themes)

 No.34985

File: 1606110142804.png (244.14 KB, 500x472, 125:118, facerip.png) ImgOps iqdb

The only mangaka I like is Junji Ito. Is he the only mangaka writing consistently good shorts? I don't like commitment in manga, especially commitment to 1000 chapters of manga. I do wish Ito's stuff was a little longer though.

 No.34986

>>34985
I find his art more amusing than scary

 No.34989

>>34980
Ichi The Killer was intentionally different from everything else at the time.
It went out of it's way to be like nothing else. So good luck with that.

 No.34990

>>34986
IMO it's not supposed to be "scary" to begin with. But yeah I like Junji Ito art as well, very cool and unique stuff.

I also liked the Vinland Saga very much. Other than that it's all garbage like all other Jap media are

 No.35019

>>34989
Yeah it seems like it but I thought maybe someone continued in it's path.
How can it be that in such a strange culture that no one took that psycho sexual gauntlet and ran with it…

 No.35363

Comfiest manga for those new to manga?

 No.35364

>>35363
New Treasure Island

 No.35381

What is the best site for downloading manga.. I would like to know it is a pain I usually use Mangapark to read online but mommy is taking away my tendies and internet!! so I need to stock up!

 No.35451

>>35381
A bit late but AB has a lot of manga in torrent form if you're in the club. For android Tachiyomi is really good, it pulls from multiple sources and you can download things in there.

There's probably also a bunch of downloader browser extensions, couldn't tell you what is good though.

 No.35452

>>35381
hakuneko


[Last 50 Posts]
[Go to top] [Catalog] [Return][Post a Reply]
Delete Post [ ]
[ Home ] [ wiz / dep / hob / lounge / jp / meta / games / music ] [ all ] [  Rules ] [  FAQ ] [  Search /  History ] [  Textboard ] [  Wiki ]