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Best manga you know and would like to get people into
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I have a lot of mangas that I've read and think that they don't have the attention they deserve . This would most likely happen because of the pace of the mangas or even the art!!! Do you have anything like that??

For example: A Cruel God Reigns
Bronze
I'm at End of Your Sight
Private Prince
of course these are all shounen ai . BOYS please don't get offended or annoyed. Tell me what yours are

There is also I'll (Generation Basket) and maybe Get Bakers ??
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uhm i dont read that much manga but ones i did like were...( also i dont know how popular these are)
D. Gray Man
Shinigami to Chocolate Parfait
The world god only knows
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Uhhh....maybe NARUTOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! Lol Just kidding that's already popualr. Hmmm lemme see, well maybe...Love Attack! Your & My Secrert, My Heavenly Hockey Club, Ultimo, AHHH I DUNNO~ =__= So yeah.
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Posted 8/3/11

EclipseKhaos wrote:

uhm i dont read that much manga but ones i did like were...( also i dont know how popular these are)
D. Gray Man
Shinigami to Chocolate Parfait
The world god only knows


you're right. i watched D. Gray Man but i can't seem to get into the mangas. i guess most people must be feeling the same
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Posted 8/5/11 , edited 8/5/11
I wouldn't call the best I know, but I wish Moyashimon would get more love (though I understand an agricultural and microbial-based manga isn't for everyone).
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Ai hime- Ai himegoto
Kare no tomodachi
Gentlemans alliance cross
Full moon o sagashite
DEEP LOVE
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Let's See I Think You Guys Should See...
1. BARAJOU NO KISS!!!!

2. Stray Love Hearts

3. Fruits Basket
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-ARISA

-Kare Kano

-Medaka Box
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oh there's another one that i forgot to mention......KINDAICHI CASE FILES. i love this show so much. too bad i can't find the episodes online anymore
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666 Satan
Code: Breaker

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Fujimura-kun Meitsu
I recommend not eating/drinking while reading this manga... Because the hilarity will make you choke on your food XD

Mahou Gyoushounin Roma
This one is pretty cool because it shows the corrupt nature of humans with a supernatural twist. It also shows how some people may overcome that corruption simply by being human in nature.
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Translated comics which I've lent to friends and family:

* Eagle: The Making of an Asian-American President. An old favorite find that was published by Viz around 2000-2001, right before the company stopped "flipping" comics, and before it started licensing more of the big-name series. One of the few series about politics that's been released in English. Not excessively long, fairly realistic, and nearly every character is an adult. The series tackles some mature topics, there's quite a bit of swearing, and there are some mild sex scenes.

* Cardcaptor Sakura. Yeah, this one's a bit different... A calm, well-written girls' series. Neatly divides into two parts, so I've been able to lend out just part one to other people. It includes some canonically GLBT characters, as well as a few who are questioning their sexuality, so I have not lent it to my more conservative friends.

* Maison Ikkoku. I became a Rumiko Takahashi fan thanks to Ranma 1/2, and read this one afterwards. It's about halfway between sitcom and soap opera. It can be a slow burn, since the pacing slows down around book two, and doesn't pick up for a few more volumes. But the series has a genuinely good ending, which is the biggest reason why I recommend it.

* Detroit Metal City. It's definitely not worksafe, and nearly all of the humor is bleak and tasteless. I lent the first volume to a few friends who I believed would enjoy it.

I've also given friends the first trade paperbacks of Elfquest and Jeff Smith's Bone.
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Translated comics which I've lent to friends and family:

* Eagle: The Making of an Asian-American President. An old favorite find that was published by Viz around 2000-2001, right before the company stopped "flipping" comics, and before it started licensing more of the big-name series. One of the few series about politics that's been released in English. Not excessively long, fairly realistic, and nearly every character is an adult. The series tackles some mature topics, there's quite a bit of swearing, and there are some mild sex scenes.

* Cardcaptor Sakura. Yeah, this one's a bit different... A calm, well-written girls' series. Neatly divides into two parts, so I've been able to lend out just part one to other people. It includes some canonically GLBT characters, as well as a few who are questioning their sexuality, so I have not lent it to my more conservative friends.

* Maison Ikkoku. I became a Rumiko Takahashi fan thanks to Ranma 1/2, and read this one afterwards. It's about halfway between sitcom and soap opera. It can be a slow burn, since the pacing slows down around book two, and doesn't pick up for a few more volumes. But the series has a genuinely good ending, which is the biggest reason why I recommend it.

* Detroit Metal City. It's definitely not worksafe, and nearly all of the humor is bleak and tasteless. I lent the first volume to a few friends who I believed would enjoy it.

I've also given friends the first trade paperbacks of Elfquest and Jeff Smith's Bone.


lol i remember watching "Maison ikkoku". i didnt even know there was a mangas. but that was a stupid thought duh !!!
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Hoshi no Samidare: The Lucifer and Biscuit Hammer

Plot Summary: The War of the Rings has begun and it's up to the Princess and the Beast Knights to stop Animus the Mage from destroying the world with his ultimate weapon: The Biscuit Hammer, a giant mallet that floats in space. Yuuhi Amamiya, the Lizard Knight, and Samidare Asahina, the Princess Anima, fight against the Mage and his golems to save the world - but only so that they can destroy it themselves.

You'll laugh. You'll cry. You'll probably feel other emotions.
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The World God Only Knows
Gintama
Watashi ni xx Shinasai
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