Romance manga from my backlog. Now finishing up one more for today.
Recently caught up with Silver Spoon, Gintama and Oofuri, then I marathoned Devil Blues and now I have nothing to read
I've been thinking about reading Hayate
I can't stop reading ongoing stuff, fuck me
Hey, a general manga thread, haven't seen these in a while.
I've been reading quite a bit of Kyougoku Natsuhiko stuff, like Mouryou no Hako, with Shoujo Apocalypse Adventure and a whole bunch of other mangoes.
People might find it boring, since there's no immediate plot, but I find it interesting. The "plot" is spread out and told by the manga's world, like that massive stretch of structures that contain only mementos. Kinda like Dark Souls, really, the plot itself is there but out of the way.
The sense of scale in it is also incredible, it reminds me a lot of Blame!
>Uchi no Maou Kamimasen yo not getting any translations any more.
Not like this ;_;
I'm reading pic related.
It has been good so far.
>I (re)finished Eyeshield 21 yesterday.
>I still think that the ending was pretty meh...
The World Cup arc was a mistake. Still one of my favorite manga, though. I should reread it soon.
Right now I'm rereading Steel Ball Run. On an unrelated note, I'm also rereading Harry Potter. I go through these periods where I just can't read anything new and have to go to old favorites.
>That one manga you love which got abandoned, never to be scanlated ever again.
What's her name, /a/? I'd kill for a new chapter of Kutsuzure Sensen or fucking anything by Hayami Rasenjin.
I found it to be one of the odd ones which actually is more interesting by the end of it.
Man, I miss beck
I just finished clearing Mononoke Soushi and Litchi Hikari Club off of my backlog.
Currently reading Nausicaa.
I'm finding it a lot more enjoyable than the movie so far.
The setting really reminds me of Dune, for some reason.
I need to catch up on some of the recent chapters from ongoing series I'm following. But I'm marathanoning and manga that has a lot of chapters released, or is finished, right now
forgot image. Also not sure why every translator insists on incorrectly romanizing the name. the SU kana seems pretty unmistakable.
Picked this up on a random whim and was blown away by the mind games. I was afraid the two main characters would come off as TOO perfect but the way they try to trick each other makes them lovable as hell.
Also keeping up with Love Lab, as always.
I remember having to wait something like eight months to a year just for the final chapter. By that point in time, I had lost most interest and didn't really feel satisfied. Maybe it's better reading it all the way through in one shot.
Im currently re-reading Franken Fran, its been some time since i read it ( and this shit is still one of my favorite manga )
Im also on chapter 30 of Angel Densetsu, its pretty good so far, and im planning to start Rokudenashi Blues once I finish it
Watch anime, read manga. The manga volumes 1 through 4 have actually not been translated, but that's the entirety of what the manga covers.
So watch anime, then start manga at volume 5 chapter 1.
>What the manga covers
Shit I mean what the anime covers, not the manga.
But anon, OPT has been overridden with NTR shit. I only want some romance stuff
'cause I'm lonely;_; Although I did get Hoshi no Samidare from the OPT, but that was about a couple of weeks now I think. Then I just stopped going because of NTR shit
Honestly I often feel that the one shots are the better ones. You have the current running ones like Last Game, Horimiya, Citrus ( Yuri) etc.
You also have completed ones like Cocytus (yuri), Itoshi no Karin, Aozora Kirai no Usotsuki Semiko, Shinonome Yuuko wa Tanpen Shousetsu o Aishite Iru, Coloumb fille (Great manga, shit ending), Prunus girl, Onani Master Kurosawa, Molester man, Seishun forget (If you don't mind it being very shonen), Otogibanashi no Fude, dear tear etc.
As a rule of thumb, I recommend going into one shots. I always find them more satisfying and great. Rengoku no Ashe for is a good one shot.
Search the archive for adorable love shit or some variation of that. Check the foolz backup too. There's a chart of pure romance there. OPT threads are shit, but you'll get tons of stuff to read just lurking these type threads
Completely forgot to mention Horimiya.
I should get myself updated with that (only at chapter 45).
Anyway, thanks for the recommendations Sempai
>Check the foolz backup too. There's a chart of pure romance there.
To be honest, I've never actually checked any of the charts before. I'll actually do this now.
Yeah, I got to start as well. In the meantime, I still have to finish the last volume of Showa as well as Mizuki's Hitler.
>Surprised it's not fully scanlated yet though.
Besides Happyscans and HnG, there are literally no other groups to even bother with series such as it.
I dunno. I've got a lot I like from the last few years, I'm generally fussy though so I never read as many as some anons.
Now anime I've gotten bored with, I think I can count on my ten fingers the number of shows that have aired in the last 3 years or so that I've completed. And I haven't marathoned much either, and it's not uncommon for me to have dropped everything and be watching nothing by mid season.
>anime I'm now bored with
I'm the same. It's way harder to finish an anime for me than it is for me to burn through manga. I think it's because of the slower pace of anime episodes while manga I can just read faster if it slows down. I still fucking love anime shorts though.
This might not be the most up to date version.
Personal recommendation - Pastel
It's one of the coziest things I have ever read.
Never gets talked about though.
What are some manga that you've read the most chapters/volumes of in a single day?
I didn't expect it, but it happened with Aku no Hana to me. Really gripping stuff, made me pick up the other work of the author (Boku wa mari).
>Urami Koi, Koi Urami Koi
>Kushuku Gakkou No Juliet
>Kaguya Wants to be Confessed To: The Geniuses' War of Love and Brains
>Magi no Okurimono
Magi is a bit different but whatever, it's fantastic.
Caught up. After this and Nyotai-ka i'm on the hunt for even more "boy turns into a girl and likes it" mango. Read
Kyou Kara Yonshimai but it was filled with DRAMA
>Swag: the manga
I would've said that the list was a rather good one if the description for sakamoto wasnt so disgusting
Dig the study progression and utilization of the Slice of Life aspect.
How do you mangafags deal with unfinished/untranslated series?
I want to read more manga, but it seems like everything interesting is either on translation hiatus or comes out very irregularly.
Does anyone else just not like this guy? At least in anime/manga form. Mouryou no Hako's okay but I never understood how much people seemed to love it, and Ubume no Natsu, Requiem from the Darkness, and especially Loups=Garous are all just bad.
wish more chapters would be translated though
Just read Girls of the Wild's, feeling pretty glum about best grill's situation.
It seems obvious Queen will win but I was hoping since the artist is fucking obsessed with Daldal that she might have a chance
Less than two. The idea was just to put things on there left out by the previous charts, either because it wasn't published or no one scanlated it yet.
I'm just waiting for a 3rd party like
Nearto come in and save this shit.
I'm also reading; Trash, Black Joke, Blade Play, etc..