What manga do you miss so fucking much?
Mine is Beelzebub, this shit was fire, probably the most fun I've ever had reading a manga in my life.
I'm still mad it ended. Even if it had the best ending ever. Easily one of my all time favorite manga.
The anime really slows down towards the end because of the abrupt ending.
But well... the same happens with the manga, but at least it has four times the content of the anime, I really recommend reading it over the watching the anime.
>Best girl lose
I miss this shit. Guess I'll go re-read it again.
battle angel alita
the drop in quality from volume 9 to last order was insane, if kishiro never got ill and ended it who knows how good the series could have gotten, the quality was basically increasing exponentially with each volume in the original series
Densha Otoko is pretty good if you're into seinen manga focused on romance.
It hasn't ended (at least I hope not) but Tsubasa World Chronicle is on hiatus for now and it makes me depressed every time I think about it. I came into the Tsubasa *Reservoir* Chronicle fandom when I was only 10 and I'm 24 now. I waited so fucking long for a sequel, praying, hoping it'd happen, and it did and it's great but can it please continue, CLAMP? Please don't leave me hanging forever. Not anymore. Please continue it soon, preferably this year. I need more of this. You don't understand, CLAMP. You haven't given candy to my baby, you've given me DRUGS. And speaking of drugs, don't let this end up like Legal Drug/Drug and Drop or so help me god I will find you four and force you to continue writing TWC. You can't just fucking dangle fruit in front of my face for 14 FUCKING YEARS and expect me not to get addicted. Especially to Fai. Literally meth to me. Fuck. FUCK!
I enjoyed beelzebub a fair bit too, it was pretty funny.
I wish d gray man hadn't driven off a cliff, it was on the decline and after the level 4 Akuma part I don't even know what's going on anymore.
I didn't read it until after it ended, but nothing has filled the void since.
Binbougami Ga! came close.
honestly the entirety of reborn can be summed up with the word "potential" when I read the last few chapters I wasn't even caught up I just wanted to see the conclusion. Checkerface really stuck his dick in the ending huh? it that was probably the worst rushed ending I ever read. and tsuna hadn't changed much from ch 1 sucks to the final arcs could of still made a pretty entertaining second season for the anime
the second guy to the last on the right looks like toriko
Choosing worst girl over loving wife material is sin desu
Oh don't remind me.
Teppu, butchered early because author got sick. Still haven't made anything.
Slam Dunk had the most unsatisfying ending ever, should've continued.
But worst of all, there's no continueation of Crows / Worst. Just give me one a few years later again, I know it would be the same arcs over and over but with new characters, but honestly I don't care. The setting is way too much fun.
Unforgivable, it was like reading a way better Bleach.
>Holy shit this manga is cute, why is there so few chapters? Was it just a short manga?
>artist fucking died
Yup. Youko is pregnant, the future is saved, and everything is right in the world.
No shima arc that is not okay.the only fucker without a secret.
>mc and girl hook up halfway through the series
>she actually fuck
>get a happy ending too
Why can't more series do this? It's way better than having the couples be blatantly obvious yet don't happen until the last 2 chapters
>All of the girls are pretty fucking based
>The only character who is unlikeable is MADE that way
>The fucking resident christmas cake gets a happy ending with one of her students
>MC and his waifu have aggressive vampire sex all throughout the latter half of their story, and waifu ends up becoming a pregpire
Jitsu Wa was ahead of it's time, and we will never see it's like again
Yeah, Beelzebub was great. Though I have to say I wish that author would focus more on comedy rather than serious fight arc. Furuichi general will remain one of my favorite arcs in any manga ever.
The end was terrible because it felt like he learned absolutely nothing and that the rest of the manga didn't matter. It was a giant fuck you to anybody who read all of it. He didn't have to become mc mcbadass but some progress and resolution for the future would have been nice. It's even worse when you consider that he does become boss in the future. The ending should have at least pointed in that direction
yea but in the end he didn't resemble future tsuna or show any real growth at the end of the manga with what we were shown whose to even say he actually became decimo,or anything like the one from the future arc, or even if he married kyoko. but saying what he said here >>154084061 he invalidated everything they did.
>hey man want to be galactic emporor with tons of beautiful women
>nah I'd rather be a gardener with the blandest chick ever
I know it probably would have ended up being repetitive but still
It's Boat-tier Hiatus at this point. The last chapter was in 2014, and that was a one-off after a single chapter in 2013. So there's been nothing since 2012.
I could read Angel Densetsu forever.
The fact that UQ Holder actually became all about Negi and the Negi gang shows just proves Negima should never have ended.
Anyway, it's pretty weird. The plot was supposed to be centered on Oga, Beel/Hilda/the big bad demons and the fights, but the ones everyone read the story for were Furuichi, EN/pillar squad and the comedy.
That said, I believe introducing the 7 deadly sins and the King Crest were good ideas, but the author completely fucked up by introducing them with the atrocious 3 beasts/kings arc. By the point it happened the Ishiyama conquest setting just wasn't working anymore, he should have just taken the great cast from it and put them in more situations outside the school, rather than suddenly every delinquent having demons because powercreep.
I stopped reading UQ around... did two characters get chucked in an underground training cavern where another immortal was just killing time?
Right around the beginning I guess
I liked the ending and everything about the series, but I wish there was more.
Will they ever settle their differences for the greater good?
I would say that Ai Kora, it was really nice and it had a really great MC.
Reading this thread made me pretty sad, for the end of a lot of good mangos and for the realization that my best memories are from reading manga.
Atleast it ended, hell it was getting progressively worse as it went on.
Never reached "bad" levels but i'm glad it ended before it turned to shit.
Wouldn't hurt to take it off the shelf and get some material on what happened after every now and then. But as far as i'm concerned it was spared the fate of eternal hiatus.
There was a shounen manga maybe 2 or 3 years back about samurai that I actually really enjoyed. It wasn't very long. Think it had a time-skip maybe halfway through. MC was short and had white hair and he was trying to kill his father. Any of you anons remember the name? Started with a "G" I believe.
it needed another few years to actually wrap things up decently. Give all the masters conclusive final 1v1 fights against the masters of Yomi, don't rush shit and pull out stupid reveals like "Miu's dad was never evil" and do something worthwhile with the weapons division.
Also, give me a goddamn timeskip ending where it does the introduction to the masters of Ryozanpaku like always, but end with an adult Kenichi - a master-class in his own right, but still acts like their disciple. Thus making him literally "history's strongest disciple".
fuck you I liked it.
(almost) every magazine in the series was forced to end, so the magazine could start its 50th anniversary with all-new series or something. It was retarded.
Kenichi's final arc got obviously rushed, though to be fair it included stupid plot decisions that weren't the product of rushing. It was just a terrible finale for a 12-year series that (for me at least) had remained consistently entertaining.
Wow, that was like chapter 6? You dropped it at exactly the same point I did!
Basically there was some time travel, it's confirmed that Evangeline won, Negi and everyone became slaves of the Life-Maker, and every girl from Negima had descendants made from Negi's sperm.
>two a minor degree
Holy shit, anon, you can do better than this.
O god the pain, I dont have any idea what happened to the author there, when they killed arachne the manga died too.
>Let's attack the moon which is filled with clowns.
>Clowns are inmortal and endless, therefore a waste of time.
>Spend fucking months fighting the clowns when we already know everything is for naught anyways.
>Main goal is to save Chrona from the madness and her shitty life.
>Save her but got kidnapped anyway and became insane again.
>Forced be a guinea pig for more power in order to beat Maka and BlackStar which hardcounter her.
>Get beaten by BlackStar without a sweat.
>Become even more madder and strong, enough to kill a guy whose power is like a mix of Maka and BlackStar.
>Became mad and strong enough to kill all the innabitants of a city, making the desired happy ending that the readers wanted for her impossible.
>Kill Medusa and absorb the Kishin, becoming the strongest being in the world, managing to oneshot BlackStar, the strongest before her.
>In the end was oneshoted by courage pun- I mean by father-daughter bonds (a shitty bond as they barely talk each other).
>Other main goal is to kill the kishin.
>Main characters have enough power to kill the kishin.
>It is revealed that the kishin is inmortal.
>They have access to the book of eibon, a book made to seal anything and everything inside, in fact there is a being stronger than the kishin sealed already.
>Fuck the book of eibon, let's have Chrona sacrifice herself instead so she can have some closure.
>Excalibur is THE EMBODIMENT OF POWER
>Admits he just trolls people and could really let anyone wield him
>Could go to the moon instantly
>Does not just have Death use him and kill Kishin
Even if it was shit at the end, I still kind of want to reread all of it. Being honest, I definitely lost interest at some point and had almost no idea what the fuck was going on at the end.
The coming-of-age aspect put this above ykk for me.
The ending was perfect, i couldn't have asked for something better. But even so, it was like parting ways with an old friend.