What genres make you wet /a/?
>Visual focused work
Slice of life, romantic comedy/light drama with a single heroine. Like Pastel (the first 100-or so chapters, after that the series went on needlessly and I dropped it, don't even know if it already ended) Kimikiss manga, and Bonnouji.
Also I like sweet romantic one-shots. I read this one about a girl who promises her teacher she'd come for him after she graduates from college and he waits for her at the bust stop for 5 years, that's the kind of stuff I like, it was really sweet.
Literally just finished this manga yesterday. How did everyone think of it? I kind of wish it was longer but I thought the ending was fitting since Asano circulates the whole life goes on theme with his works.
Also, PunPun>Solanin=The Girl by the Sea
Gender bender (bonus points if they fall in love with a guy)
And this might not be a genre in itself, but also anime where the reader gets to solve puzzles
Is pretty much what makes me hard
Are also enjoyable
SoL masterrace reporting in
Slice of life + anything. Just slap that shit on, it's the ketchup of manga genres as far as I'm concerned. Arc of your action fantasy seinen over? MC just butchered a horde or orcs? Make an arc right after that where the MC takes a break by helping out the areas the orcs attacked by rebuilding, and most importantly learning the importance of a rural lifestyle. God damn I love me some slice of life.
Second guy, not gay, I just like cute things. The obvious situations one might find themselves in during the process of adapting to life as a girl can lead of course to a lot of embarrassment, for instance, which can lead to some of the most adorable reactions I can imagine. Simply put, genderbend leads to cute things, just like tomboys being ridiculously adorable when they fall to their "girly" side and don't know quite how to act.