Bulldog coming out from under the bridge after beating King Joe who had just challenged him for the leadership of the Kurotaki(?? haven't read Crows in a while) Alliance in Crows. God damn I love Bulldog.
I don't remember smiling this much for any other reason. Jesus christ, Jitsu wa makes me so happy inside
I don't have the picture any more, but the after-game huddle in Slam Dunk takes the cake for me.
I redact my previous post. I completely forgot about this, to this very day it has not been topped.
How lucky was he that he got to have a threesome with a hot office cake and a loli?
>he accepted it and moved on
WHAT A FUCKING MAN
Kingdom has some fucking great moments
Good shit anon, /a/ needs more anons like you
One of the best fights in the series.
>tfw felt bad for perfect rich killer booy by the end
It's apparently been cut short, but the translations haven't caught up to that.
Also it seems the person translating them has stopped.
I could post so many more.
But I think this is definitely the point of Devilman where shit is real with no objections otherwise.
I just downloaded Crows too, maybe I'll have better luck. Saved this image like 6 or so years ago and still going through the manga listed.
Crows and Kongou Banchou are both great manga, you're in for a treat.
Kongou Banchou is a fun shounen mostly on the parody side and full of ideas. Think Nanatsu no Taizai, but way more tongue in cheek.
Crows is one of the best yankee manga. It's just a bunch of highschoolers beating the shit of each others, yet it reads like an epic. Great stuff.
I actually did save it so I could post it later.
Crows is definitely better, it's very enjoyable. As for the sequels, prequels, spin-offs well that's another matter.
Full of ideas my dick, Kongo Banchou is clear Otokojuku clone, I mean it obviously has "ideas" but it's far, very far from innovative or daring.
A parody can be very much innovative but that doesn't matter either way because like I said Kongou Banchou is ultimately a clone of Otokojuku so it's even less innovative then.
I should have read it first before watching the anime. The anime butchered the hell out of it.
Maybe not super amazing, but it really stuck with me with how relevant it was.
Either this one or the volume 8 ending page, that one was hype as fuck, but this one has a special place on my heart.
When you think about it, it's a little stupid to lift your arm like that if I'm to assume Satoru was also walking away from Airi
The fucking crutch would fall over and he'd look idiotic with all those people around
Nothing in Japan will ever top all the moments in Ravages of Time.
>tfw started this yesterday
>tfw just spoiled myself
Wait, are they finally off the fucking boat?
After re-reading this chapter it appears the author is criticizing typical harem protags (in this case Alan the white knight cuck).
I don't know what's sadder, no more Lu Bu shenanigans or knowing the author is going as fast as he can but still is in danger of not finishing before he dies.
I actually rather enjoyed the final arcs of gantz and couldn't wait to see how it would conclude.... Then that fucking mockery of an "ending" came along and I nearly punched a whole in the wall. WHAT THE ACTUAL FUCK OKU?
Don't worry anon, it's one of those series where re-reading is very enjoyable, since it's impossible to get everything on the first run.
When all hope is lost, try this. You're welcome.
I like how powerful NTR is to jab at insecurities here.
The whole manga of Kurosawa, the wild ride it is, it's all completely neglected for a twist that develops the main character nowhere near the end of it. But no, /a/'s latent cuck fetish overshadows it all.
I've heard of it, but I always thought it was just a convenience thing. The github doesn't auto update does it? Is the grease monkey result from the first page of Google safe?
>jacking off into girl's possessions and items
>gets off scot free after an apology and a beating and then some bullying by his classmates for being such a fucking sicko
That was unrealistic
Anyone would've totally gotten expelled from the school IRL
>116.5 chapters I'd have to read to find out what's going on.
Based off the little research I did this is what I think is happening in this image: the crying fags imouto whom he had intimate relations and decided to leave him and live on her own because he sexed up another woman. Is this right? Should I read it?
This manga was way over the board. I love it.
It got taken by a new guy recently. We've got two chapters last week I think.
Pic related is my GOAT moment in manga. This manga in general was a wild ride, from laughs to tears and viceversa in seconds.
Too bad It was never released in my country for purchase.
Johnny always has such a great ass. The combination of years of jockeying and additional few years of being paraplegic toned his ass perfectly while putting some meat on the bones. I just want to draw a lil saddle on my face and have him ride around for a while
This is so fucking pointless and overstretched.
We fucking get it, the preceding chapters have been nothing but porn and that demon game whose second half you just skipped to get back to the NTR porn.
Do we really need to see that a 4th time?
If the knight was a complete asshole or a recurring enemy, this would be enjoyable and justified, but we're spending so much chapters on this fucking Randy, and unless you're a NTRfag there is just nothing there to enjoy.
it's an eleven school, elevens wouldn't expel him because it would make the news, which would cause the school to lose face, which is pretty much suicide
they take social pressure bullshit 10,000x more seriously than us individualist master races in the west do
>No one posted this
Step up your game senpai
I dunno, actually. This is probably where manga went somewhat downhill for me, but I still keep reading.
I'm reading the sequel ongoing. Sure, it's a mess in the later chapters, but it's still entertaining enough, and I want to know how it will end.
But the first half of a sequel was great. Better than the first series.
>but I always thought it was just a convenience thing.
Oh young one.
You should have been here when quick reply, catalog, auto-update and automatic noko weren't a thing yet.
I miss those times. Kept many a newfag out.
This epilogue to the rest of the manga was extremely satisfying.
Yeah that's one of my favorite manga.
Also general question to the thread, in pic related in my quote you see an untranslated bubble
WHY DOES THIS HAPPEN. I've notice it a lot in older fan translations, not even a "I don't know what this means sorry!" Same with blank bubbles with nothing in them. What the fuck
Idk if best, but I really liked this part.
Does anyone know what manga I'm thinking of where he is a kid with like bandages on his arm and he punches some dude and it leaves a big shockwave in the air and the bandages start coming off his arm? It's all on one page and I read it probably a year+ ago but I can't remember the name.
Here is another great, marrying your pregnant loli wife.
Don't I fucking know it.
It was a two year break. I don't expect them to ever pick it back up.
Yeah man. It was a very well-done series in terms of practically perfect pacing and built up like a great rollercoaster ride. Wish they never even bothered with giving us NW if they were planning to fuck everything up.
yeah I get where you're coming from dude, new waves by itself is a pretty solid manhwa, but because we expected it to surpass or at least be as good as breaker, it was shit
if breaker didn't exist, I would love new waves to death
The poor pacing and one-hundred chapters of nothing, for one.
I kind of liked it, but I disliked the story. In the end, all it became was a giant circlejerk of how amazing, strong and a prodigy legend Shioon is. Though, the fight scenes and art was really good.
Not this one? Well to be honest, there's way too many.
In a series with resurrected cavemen, cyborg assassins, Imaginary Giant Praying Mantis training, and what amounts to a Saiyan bloodline on Earth, two "run of the mill" criminals going at it still managed to be one of the most memorable fights.
The series was the definition of generic shonen, but I enjoyed it and whenever he got a new ability (which was just about every other chapter) I liked reading how he just completely wrecked any opposition.
it was a sad moment, but cute at the same time
I love Kingdom's whole thing with making great/powerful people physically bigger than weaker characters