Manga you read not for quality but because its fun
>Being this lazy
Or you know, you could actually try clicking one of these links even if it is in moon runes you don't speak.
>implying there are people on /a/ of all places the home of the biggest retards of all manga readers where people read for quality
What quality could you be referring to, may I ask? The quality of the tits being shown in the storyless trash you read everyday?
I don't understand moonrunes, got the same results and found the name of the manga.
Most of the time this shit is cheap garbage but I don't care and sometimes it's pretty good.
Off topic: what are good sources of manga? I want to get manga that is not licensed here where I live (but it is in USA) and my manga application, which pick from mangafox, don't show me anymore the chapters.
There exists torrent trackers and so? Some years ago I saw a pic with "the definitive guide to /a/" but I can't find it.
I'm interested more in recent releases. Completed series I can find searching around.
>The only people who truly think /a/ is the worst place for anything are the people who never been outside. So count yourself lucky.
Said the fat loser to himself and then cried himself to sleep in his moe girl pillow.
Lesbian Alucard what's not to love?
better throw in all the yuri series (all two of them) and Drifters (when it updates) while I'm at it.
Region doesn't affect how many chinese cartoon images it can recognize you mongoloid, it's more about personal search history anyway if you keep cookies/have an account which means that if you weren't so new you would have got better results.
Sometimes, the quality of the work has enough pull to carry an average premise. In this case, the average quality of the art is carried by how fun or interesting the writing is.
Ideally, a great work has both in spades, but Japan almost never likes those series, and they usually get the axe.
And then non fun things are no fun but people keep reading anyway.