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Written by MiloMinderbinder 6 hours ago
A problem I find with the anime and manga mediums is their lackluster performance in depicting realistic romantic encounters that a male reader would enjoy. The shounen demographic is filled with romcom series containing 'moe' harem members and inept male protagonists with seemingly no redeeming qualities who somehow manage to read more
Written by frikini-yasha 8 hours ago
this is a MUST-READ for anyone who loves Romance stories that are not-too-cliched-and-overly-dramatic. one of the greatest manga I've read so far :) it has a cute story which can be applied in real life. (except the pet part thingy XD) give it a try and see what i mean :)
Written by Iris225 11 hours ago
That awful, terrible manga is for devotees of immature, arrobant coarse, moronly boys like Tsubaki Kyouta and for devotees of stupid, facile sluts like almost every girls in this manga. Honestly It's just king of sh*t... I'm really disappointed becouse I expected something else. Hibino Tsubaki was hopeful but for read more
Written by MysticusFreeze 12 hours ago
Okay I read have only read book one but want to read the remaining seven.I had never heard about when my mom stopped by a second hand bookstore and bought me a bunch of manga such as Beauty pop,etc this book caught my attention partly because being 13 i was read more
Written by Ajimuhantsuki Yesterday, 6:00 AM
Today im doing a review on Corpse Party: Another Child, a manga made by our beloved makoto kedoiun, for those who arent aware of Corpse Party is a franchise with over 18 years having started in 1996 with a RPG maker game by the same name, later on having a read more

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Oh wait, noone have spotted the similarities between these two? Sakamoto desu ga? is like a Y2K version of Angel Densetsu, with slicker art, faster punchlines, but sadly a more chopped up/episodical storyline. Both are school life mangas with MCs who's misunderstanding their peers and end up in comical situations because of this. If you loved Angel Densetsu I'm sure you can read Sakamoto just to quench the thirst.

Manga rec'd by txrxgxu 3 hours ago report
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These two titles are very similar in alot of ways. They are both heartwarming slice of life mangas with quite slow pace and subtle psychological/serious/"seinen" undertones, in a world made up of seemingly random characters who interact and create bizarre and funny situations. Not to mention that many characters are bizarre themselves to begin with. I cant see how anyone who like one of these to not like the other.

Manga rec'd by txrxgxu 3 hours ago report
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You can read prison school in two ways, either as an ecchi harem manga with lots of semi arousing events, or you can read it as a very humorous coming of age story where the whole ecchiness is a kind of meta comment on how it feels to enter the until then forbidden world of sexuality. It does of course not have to be a dichotomy, but understanding this might explain some of this series popularity.

Schoolgirl Landlord Honoka on the other hand, about a young landlord who's getting harassed in funny ways by the other residents, contain alot of the same humor, and similar great art, but unfortunately not anything close storywise (it's still new though, so you never know! ;). I would still recommend it for anyone who's looking for fun and great art, and on it's really cute compared to Prison School.

Manga rec'd by txrxgxu 3 hours ago report
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If there's one word to describe Medaka Box and Ansatsu Kyoushitsu, it would be peculiar. Peculiar in the sense of being unconventional concepts adapted into a story. Both series follows a small yet colorful cast of characters at school. However, as the story belongs more complex, the characters gets involved with various conflicts that interconnects the fate of the premise. There is a lot of comedy, drama, and bits of action involved for both series. In Medaka Box, there are superpowers while Ansatsu Kyoushitsu relies on creativity through assassination means. Recommended for fans of stylistic shounen.

Manga rec'd by Stark700 5 hours ago report

In both of this series the MC is taken into another world, but in Mushoku Tensei the character is reincarnated while in Tate No Yuusha the character is simply transported still both series have great Main Characters that you will love and I would recommend both shows to anyone looking for a series where the MC is transported to another world.

Manga rec'd by Altay545 9 hours ago report
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