I don't know if it changed my life but it certainly change the way I think about a lot of stuff
Nigga u srs
You have been missing half of your life
I used to abhor the idea of having a kid before Yotsuba.
Not the manga itself, but the people I got to know because of it.
Saeki's story helped me to realize that obstinacy can turn into a really absurd situation, like the manga itself.
Suzuka literally changed my entire view on romance and relationships and made me want to have a girlfriend again
>martial artist will never be goddess
>teacher will never be goddess
Why fucking live?
Reading Chobits in highschool. Life changed forever.
What kind of beta piece of shit are you?
Tegami Bachi (its warmess caugth me and made passionate the child character trope -if well pulled off)
Ubel Blatt (good dark fantasy and the first manga I bought in a comic convention)
Berserk (amazing art)
Green Blood (Kakizaki is wonderful, but so niche)
Why do you even care which girl "won"? TWGOK was interesting because of Keima and his adventures, not because of any one particular girl.
The ending was shit, but it's not because of which girl won.
Yamato was a beta piece of shit trapped in an abusive hole that interfered with his other relationships because he was too stupid to just let it go. Can you imagine his married life? I would commit suicide on the spot. Literally every single other woman in that series, including his aunt, would have been a better choice than Suzuka.
He chose to love Suzuka nigga. Can't stop true love. Besides, Suzuka became very nice and loving once she accepted Yamato as her lover and saw that he only wanted to be beside her. It was only during her rejection of his feelings (and her own for him) that she was a bitch (and not even a huge a bitch as Yamato's side bitch at that)
>There are still people who haven't read this masterpiece
I just read Onnanoko ga shinu monogatari.
I started lurking 4chan some months before, but that day was the day that made me fall in love with this place, so in a way it did change my life.
only 1 guy posted Berserk
this place is dead
This and Dorohedoro are a really big deal to me.
Hasn't changed my life much, but I've made more of an effort to be around people and just experience how strange human interaction can be when you breach comfort zones.
look at those niggas
Not any of those, but I don't see how Berserk could really cause you to want to change anything about your life. Berserk is great fiction, but it's themes aren't too "life changing."
Honestly I dont think the whole "gritty fantasy" thing really works, because it gets fairly tired as the series drags on.
Berserk isn't bad, but its nowhere near the level that people hype it.
Ravages of Time
These are just opinions, I stick more to sci-fi honestly.
That fucking chihiro pasta will never get old.
Opinions are fine and all but honestly I think Berserk can be argued to be objectively better than everything in that list. I think it gets a bad rep on /a/ since it's essentially babbies first seinen manga, but that doesn't (or at least shouldn't) detract from how fantastic it is.
>Editor: Ok, you know how Keima is the epitome of the otaku character, utterly and completely detached from real life to represent a type of person who looks not at the present reality, even as one as interesting as the one he experiences, but to another that can never be obtained, merely because it is unobtainable? Because instead of settling for a boring ordinary life, even a genius like him will settle for a life a solitude and exclusion for just a taste, just the smallest sliver of what true fantasy and detachment from reality must feel like, and know what it's worth?
>Editor: well scratch all that and make him a Gary Stu who goes for worst girl
Taiyou no Ie encouraged me to reconnect with my shitty dad.
Hit me hard, desu.
the line of thinking seems to be that you are worrying about your appearance for the sake other people, ie; if I take a shower and look half decent then maybe senpai won't be embarrassed to be seen in public with me
there's not THAT much rape in it, all things considered
TONS of violence, though.
Phew. You really scared me, anon.
It's great, but I feel like Lucifer and the Bis Hammer had a larger impact on me.
Still, Spirit Circle's theme and the way it's handled is excellent.
But what's with that image?
Hard-hitting indeed. One of the most emotional train rides I've ever taken. Definitely in my top ten anime\manga.
I don't know about "changed my life", but Trigun made me reconsider my position on the death penalty.
These plus pic related
>no one's posted Amagami SS
I can't go through a Christmas season without thinking of the challenge anymore, even if I don't compete.
Another one might be Welcome to the NHK, but I think SS got to me harder.