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Written by RedCherryAnime 3 hours ago
Please note: There will be no spoilers in this review! So please read on happily! Deadman Wonderland was something that caught my eye on "AnimeFreak.TV" when I was browsing around out of boredom, and since then it has become one of my personal favorite manga. When I read the basic story read more
Written by Dysoth 8 hours ago
Dorohedoro is in one word unique. One might also describe it as weird, bizarre, eery or simply creepy. Plot (10): Magic is really nothing new to be used as theme in manga, but Dorohedoro turns even this highly used concept and manages to deform it to something you've never seen in any other read more
Written by Dysoth Today, 2:53 AM
I think there're two kind of people who read manga: - Those that prefer good art over the plot and would never read a badly drawn/(very) old series, even if the story itself was brilliant and - Those that want a good, solid plot with an interesting setting, even if the mangakas read more
Written by superange128 Yesterday, 8:49 PM
Before you read the K-On! Highschool it is highly recommended that you either read the original K-ON manga or the first two seasons of the anime. The general tone of K-ON Highschool is very similar to its prequel: a light-hearted slice of life comedy written in a 4koma/Yonkoma style. It also read more
Written by iiij Yesterday, 8:03 PM
I'm gonna keep this pretty brief. This is one of the many manga that started out great, built up some fun and interesting characters, and had a pretty compelling plot (Which is a breath of fresh air in the harem genre) only to get cancelled. This led to a really read more

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If you like music genre manga, I would suggest Kanojo wa Uso wo Aishisugiteru and Youth Gone Wild. The first one is ongoing while the second one is an older completed manga. They have realistic representations of the good and bad sides of the music industry, although Kanojo wa Uso wo Aishisugiteru is darker and has more of the bad side, while Youth Gone Wild is a little more upbeat. The relationships in it are also on the darker side, while the realtionship between the mc's in Youth Gone Wild progresses very slowly. Youth Gone Wild is by the mangaka of The One, which is also a good recommendation for them, but this is the mangaka's earlier work and her style is not as developed in it in the beginning. Kanojo wa Uso wo Aishisugiteru is by the mangaka of Boku no Hatsukoi wo Kimi ni Sasagu. I happen to like the art of both these mature shoujo mangakas and both of them have other successful manga published, so if you like their styles you will have several to read from both writers.

Manga rec'd by inzaratha 1 hour ago report
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If you like Kyou no Kira-Kun for a similar manga try Haru Meguru. In these shoujos, the female mc's are sort of outsiders in class and have been bullied or ostracized because they don't fit in and have character growth in the story from weak to stronger. The male mc's both are serious medical problems that they are dealing with. These are not typical romance shoujos although that would a genre they have, but deal in deeper issues, and both do face them; but the writers do so in a good way that does not become too depressing either.

Manga rec'd by inzaratha 2 hours ago report
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Light on romance and drama, heavy on slapstick and gag comedy. Lots of cross-dressing and general flippancy to gender roles. Both leads more or less have a reverse harem of hot guys. Themes of loneliness and finding friends who accept you. Everyone is a complete and utter dork

Manga rec'd by mint_ 3 hours ago report
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- Same author, Seo Kouji
- Fuuka is the daughter of Suzuka
- Similar story, same genre of course

Suzuka and Fuuka are 2 mangas which really looks alike, if you liked reading one then you will like the other one.

Manga rec'd by Darkhan 3 hours ago report
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Similiarites: A energetic, cheerful, naive and yet mature heroine surrounded by people that care for and protect her. There is a notable age difference between some of the characters that is less prominent as the story progresses. There is romance! ^-^ Both manga's have a seemingly innocent story line that turns out to include elements of tragedy and slice of life (the story will turn sad and deep at times). A plot that keeps you interested and wondering what's going to happen next! Differences: Kodomo no Omocha is a shorter manga. In Kodomo no Omocha, the main characters are younger. The story line of Kodomo no Omocha is similar but a little more lighthearted. The life of a cafe worker compared to the life of a movie star. The characters in Shiawase Kissa Sanchoume are more unique and have unusual quirks and lovable personalities.

Manga rec'd by seiyaxusagi 4 hours ago report
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