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10-12-09, 6:58 AM

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the most boring manga ive ever read was barefoot gen. i mean really who wants to know about the war in my opinion because i find history boring. i only read one page and didnt finish it.
 
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10-12-09, 9:50 AM

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you only read a single page? it gets soo much better, 1 page hardly tells you anything!

hmm, i'm tempted to say Peach Girl, but Ranma 1/2 is a hot contender too as they both do the same things over and over again during their entire run. It was fun, once, maybe twice, three times? You're pushing it.
 
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10-12-09, 9:52 AM

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Not sure
i think ill say bleach
Modified by Eitra, 10-22-09, 9:14 PM
 
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10-12-09, 11:45 PM

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BLAME! The story totally lost me somewhere along the way.
 
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10-12-09, 11:46 PM

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Bleach.
 
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10-13-09, 12:47 AM

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Pastel.

Now I've read a lot of dreadfully repetitive and slow young romance comedies before, but this has blown away the competition in giving the least initiative to read the next chapter or even page.

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10-13-09, 2:07 AM

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Quite a number, but since they're so boring I can't even remember them. But one has to be Bloody Cross.
 
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10-13-09, 5:51 PM

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stAtic91 said:
BLAME! The story totally lost me somewhere along the way.


/heartattack.



There's been plenty. I can't say I remember any of them since when I start growing utterly bored I stop mid-way and the entire thought of the manga will slip my mind.
 
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10-13-09, 5:53 PM

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Naruto
One Piece
 
10-13-09, 5:54 PM

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Death Note
 
10-17-09, 4:47 PM

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Most boring manga that I completed reading: deathnote

by quite far. But I just had to read it to understand what's the all the hype about it.
 
10-17-09, 7:35 PM

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Pichi Pitchi Pit or whatever it's called, and some other boring, plain and simple shonen and shoujo stuff (see my list with dropped mangas).

stAtic91 said:
BLAME! The story totally lost me somewhere along the way.
You can't speak much of a story there, Blame! is more about atmosphere and style.
 
10-18-09, 2:14 AM

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Giroro said:
Most boring manga that I completed reading: deathnote

by quite far. But I just had to read it to understand what's the all the hype about it.


Death Note is epic. But perhaps not your kinda favourite manga.
 
10-18-09, 2:16 AM

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Aqua/Aria. It's about girls riding in boats. WOW.
 
10-18-09, 7:14 AM

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AlexisSolitaire said:
Giroro said:
Most boring manga that I completed reading: deathnote

by quite far. But I just had to read it to understand what's the all the hype about it.

Death Note is epic. But perhaps not your kinda favourite manga.


It's epic for you and a lot of people, I know. For me it's more of an epic fail.
Well, indeed, I hate the kind of story (not only manga) where the author states that his characters are so very intelligent, because he generally fails to prove it. Characters in death note are not being intelligent. The author is only pretending that, by making up a ridiculously complicated plot and stating how his super-human characters have solved everything / predicted everything from the start.
I'm aware that most people disagree with me. They probably thought the plot or the L and Light dudes were intelligent. Good for them, they enjoyed it, that's what counts, right? For me it fails miserably at what it pretends to do.
 
10-18-09, 12:52 PM

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Dr, slump was pretty boring
 
10-18-09, 1:12 PM

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Death note for me as well, sort of.
I completed it and enjoyed it but I think they dragged the story out a bit TOO much. It ought to have stopped sooner.

But I've never really disliked any manga I read so it's kind of hard for me to choose a 'most boring' one.
 
10-18-09, 2:34 PM

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I tried reading Bleach, but I just couldn't get into it.
 
10-18-09, 6:01 PM

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feder said:
Clover

How could I forget this one? There's a reason I read it twice without realizing it from the public libraries, and neither time left a horribly strong impression on me and I forgot what happened both times nearly instantaneously. Well, the last time made me remember "don't read this again" basically.
 
10-18-09, 11:44 PM

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RowanBerryPie said:
I tried reading Bleach, but I just couldn't get into it.


Bleach was good at first, but later on (especially the current chapters) it becomes boring.
 
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