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why do you think mangas are addicting to read
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Posted 12/12/11
The storyline. There's no "fillers" for manga and I find all the storylines within any manga compared to its anime ancestor to be better. O, and cliffhangers are great too.
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Posted 12/13/11
Well, unlike chapter books manga has drawings to keep us tuned in. Plus, you don't have to "imagine" all the time what the characters look like, and the story gets to the point without them saying "Yea" Sally said or "No" Sally shook her head. They would show her shaking her head with a bubble over head saying no.

I'm not a fan of reading chapter books ~.~ So, unless I have to read a novel in English class...the only books I'll ever really read is either Manga or magazines XD Lol, I'm not a big reader haha.
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Posted 12/13/11

psychia wrote:

i guess it's a fantasy i often wish could happen to me. nothing interesting seems to happen to me but at least i have the joy of dreaming of it and seeing it in a manga. lol


Living an interesting life is considered a curse, and for good reason. Who wants to be involved in wars, fight grotesque monsters, survive a post-apocalyptic wasteland, or struggle under an oppressive government? The minute your life became truly interesting, I'm sure you would then pay any price for your old, boring life.

Manga allows us to read about interesting situations without being subjected to them.
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Posted 12/13/11
It depends on personal preference, really.

But if its a particularly good manga, I'll try to read as much of it as I can, when I can.

The same rule applies to novels and videogames.
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