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Need a good, mature romance manga

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06-22-08, 2:23 PM

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ok, I will check it out :) thank U very much!
 
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06-22-08, 3:23 PM

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Try Deep Love - Ayu no Monogatari. Though, as a romance it doesn't really have much, the story is really dramatic and mature. It's also a short read.
 
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06-22-08, 5:37 PM

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Hmm, I'll be keeping an eye on this thread..

Emma and Maison Ikkoku are both wonderful, imo.
 
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06-22-08, 8:24 PM

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wizwinkleman said:
Hmm, I'll be keeping an eye on this thread..

Emma and Maison Ikkoku are both wonderful, imo.


Definitely seconded.

If you liked NANA and Parakiss, give some other Ai Yazawa manga a shot (Gokinjo Monogatari, Tenshi Nanka Janai).
 
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06-22-08, 10:35 PM

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Suppli is pretty good (there are 2 out so far) and I have heard Love for Dessert is good too but altho I have it I havent read it yet.
 
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06-23-08, 12:59 AM

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thnx, I will give a try every single one of them :)

If U had any other suggestions, I will be waiting :]
 
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06-24-08, 1:24 AM

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I think you'd like Sand Chronicles -- it starts out pure and innocent but gets mature very quickly. Also check out Koibana and Shingo + Masaki.



 
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06-24-08, 3:05 AM

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thank U :)
 
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06-24-08, 8:10 AM

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I'm surprised no one suggested Tramps Like Us (japanese name Kimi wa Petto. "You are My Pet".)

all of the characters are adults, the art is definately josei, the story is mature with difficult situations that happen IRL too.
 
06-24-08, 3:07 PM

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thank U too :)
 
06-24-08, 4:12 PM

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I thought Ohikkoshi was nice. (side/mini/whatever story Luncheon of Tears Diary is genius)
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06-26-08, 11:58 AM

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okay, I will check it out too :) thnx!
 
06-29-08, 11:08 PM

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Erica Sakurazawa series are quite mature. Mostly short stories though but that way you don't have to commit too much time. ;)


 
06-30-08, 3:12 AM

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I see... any titles U liked? It would be easier to search that way.. and maybe U could recommend something good for the start :) ?
 
06-30-08, 9:38 PM

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Nothing but Loving You is a good Erica Sakurazawa title to start with. The art is very minimalistic, a lot of white space but the subject matter is definitely adult/mature.


 
07-01-08, 12:59 PM

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understood =D
 
07-01-08, 5:53 PM

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katsup said:
Try Deep Love - Ayu no Monogatari. Though, as a romance it doesn't really have much, the story is really dramatic and mature. It's also a short read.
I second this recommendation. It is true that romance is a little subtle in this manga, this manga is full of love when you think about it. It's truly a wonderful manga and it made me cry so darn hard! There's a whole series of Deep Love. If you like Deep Love - Ayu no Monogatari then you'll definitely enjoy the others too.
"I've read so much manga that at times my mind works in comic panels and dramatically expressed chibis. I'm both ashamed and amused by this."


 
01-07-09, 2:43 PM

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Haou Airen is tragedy, action, mature romance.
Its really good but kinda sad at times
 
01-01-13, 5:49 PM

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My all time favorites : Red River, Love in the mask, The One, Sukitte iinayo (Say I Love You), NANA and Kimi wa Petto ^^
 
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