Reposted in other Manga related groups.I just finished reading the manga series Deep Love and immediately had to write this... I won't write to much because I hate d!cks who put in spoilers, especially if they don't even warn you >_<. I cried sooo much while reading these...
I'm still a little new to the anime/manga world and I'm wondering what series are good. So far I've read:
-part of Rosario Vampire
-Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan
-part of Ao No...
Yes, Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicles has ended. And yes, I read it although I am as old as I am. I'm glad that young people enjoy it for entertainment value or whatnot. But if you're older or know how to read, this series touches on very deep concepts and themes...
people never knows the dorky side of me. even my best friends. i kept all my manga in a chained box at the attic of my house. maybe like once a week i will go to the attic and reread all those manga i had.
for the first time or maybe it wasn't my first time. I don't know why do I feel like I've read it before, it seems so familiar. Well anyways, I've spent two days reading all 27 volumes and it's one the best historical shoujo manga I've read so far.
It's a yuri and romance manga.
Yuzu Aihara, a fashionable, spontaneous and fun-loving city-girl, transfers to a new neighborhood and high-school after the re-marriage of her mother. More preoccupied with boys and shopping than studying, Yuzu struggles to fit in at the...
So recently, I've started collecting retro shojou manga from the 60's and 70's. I know a lot of people don't like the style then, but I'm absolutely in love with it. I think it's so beautiful. I only have a few books in two series right now: Glass Mask and Ouke no Monshou.
A majority of my friends don't appreciate Manga. I don't know why. Because its foreign maybe?
They say its stupid, and its not even good art. In that case I'm not sure what is- because I think its wonderful. One thing I've noticed is that it's my friends, who claim (I also tell...
Hello out there to all you young folks and young at heart. In case you haven't heard, Tokyopop is closing its North American publishing operations on May 31, 2011. So if you're following a series or whatever that they put out, well you might be up a creek so to speak.