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Sousei no Onmyouji (Manga) add
Sousei no Onmyouji. At first I thought this was only a mere exorcism story that was only about fight, friendship, and stuff which are rather crap nowadays. But it's Not like that at all.

The story revolves in a world where exorcists fight demon-like creature called as "impurities". Basically Impurities are resident of another world called Magano and they have been responsible of killing human. For that reason The exorcists exist to exterminate impurities that break into human world.

Well, the general idea looks simple eh?, until there's a boy named Rokuro. 2 years before story timeline, Rokuro was originally a genius 12 year old read more
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5 hours ago
Kami nomi zo Shiru Sekai (Manga) add
For the main part of the story, it is divided by arcs. It is actually the frst time i read a manga with its arcs so clearly divided. The main character's development from a guy who only cares about girls in his games and rejects everything realistic from studying to people, to someone who cares for the girls around him and even falling in love, which is a pretty predictable development but u can feel the difference so much that well it just make you forget how predictable it was. The other characters do not have much development other than during their arcs,as time progresses read more
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12 hours ago
Ring x Mama (Manga) add
One of the best Harem/Hentai manga's i have read so far, with great balance of comedy and action in the mix. This story is about a boy named Ryoma who loved watching womens wrestling, little does he know his landlady is one of his idol wrestlers! Keep it short without any spoilers he gets together with her and helps bring back their Gigamax’s wrestling business as the manager. This Manga has a great balance of Comedy/hentai/ Martial Arts, and surprisingly a good deal of romance between the two main characters of the story. Best thing to me about this story is that even though read more
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Yesterday, 12:45 PM
Chobits (Manga) add
Though the art is absolutely adorable and the idea is interesting enough, I was disappointed with this manga. Believe me, I'm all for romance, but I personally found the conclusion to be quite rushed and dissatisfying, especially after such an intriguing build-up.

Furthermore, what's with the representation of women in this manga? The only characters who were slightly realistic and relatable were Chitose Hibiya and Takako Shimizu. The younger females were clingy, weak and, to be horrifically frank, irritating. What was even more annoying was the almost constant sexualization of these and other female characters. Let's just say that I found the forced-upon male gaze read more
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Yesterday, 12:31 PM
Nui! (Manga) add
Story: 8
Nui!'s story may appear childish or overly light-hearted, but I believe that that is the appeal of it. The story revolves around a high school girl named Kaya and her incredible love for her stuffed animals. A love so incredible that it brings her stuffed animals to life. Nui!'s story isn't necessarily deep or emotional, rather it's entertaining and charming. It's an innocent story that makes the reader smile. Another positive quality of Nui! is that it's unique. There are other mangas that boast similar aspects, but I've yet to come across one quite like Nui!. It manages to tell a wonderful story without read more
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Yesterday, 12:06 PM
Beelzebub (Manga) add
Beelzebub climbed its way to second place in my favourite shounens list.
I do not want to write anything too explicit because reading the manga felt more like an experience than anything else.
Characters: very entertaining. There was no one you could hate, even the villains were interesting and lovable.
Writing: the author never fails to return to his main characters. By keeping the settings and arcs brief, and the characters being introduced short, it does not distract the reader from the main plot of the manga. It helps keep things nicely paced and connections between characters almost seamless. As with many shounens the action read more
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Yesterday, 11:45 AM
Koe no Katachi (Manga) add
Being deaf is a great misfortune. However, in just that lies the art of direct expression. Only when a person is losing an important factor that allows him or her to function, as well as communicate with others normally, his or her true strength is tested. Not being able to hear anything is a huge drawback in the social world. Still, even if not being able to communicate and support the people around you that well, one must try. Even if everyone despises him or her for their weakness, he or she must try, since that's what makes a person strong. A person like Shouko.

Koe read more
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Yesterday, 11:12 AM
Kangoku Gakuen (Manga) add
Baby Jesus.

I didn't know where I was going into when I started Kangoku Gakuen, I was just hormone-driven by the few pictures I saw scattered through the web and I took my courage to finally go into a reverse google images search to find the source of all this lewdness and achieve what my mind ruined by the internet told me to.

Alas, what awaited me at the end of this journey wasn't the pleasure of seeing scantily clad high school girls having fun in daily school activities but a fantastic adventure into the depths of male friendship and honor through the hardships of female domination read more
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Yesterday, 6:36 AM
Colorful Harvest (Manga) add
Colorful Harvest in short is about a boy who confesses to a girl he loved that turns him down, later on leaves his farming life to go off to college to get away from the farm and his broken heart. Years later comes back home to find out the one he loved now misses and regrets turning him down. Not to mention a few other girls that liked him but never had the guts to tell him, who feel this is their chance to confess before he go's back to college. The story is well written even though it only has a few chapters read more
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Apr 18, 2014
Berserk (Manga) add
First things first.Berserk is the most awesome manga i have ever read.From the artwork of the enviroment to the story i gave a 10/10 to all.But I must warn you,this is unlike the most manga you have ever read this is one of the darkest,depressing and core manga around.It also contains nudity,fiction and the age of the displaying evens are like those of the mid-century.It also has the "flavor" of romance between Guts and a woman named Caska.
The main protagonist is Guts,a fierce muscular man,with outstanding courage and stregth,known as "the Black Swordsman".He was raised by a mercenary and from young age many misfortunes had read more
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Apr 18, 2014
The Yagyu Ninja Scrolls (Manga) add
I'm a fan of Basilisk, and since this is from the same creator, I thought I'd give this manga a shot. Let me warn you though; this manga contains lots of abuse and nudity, so I wouldn't recommend it to people who can't stand such themes.

I didn't have high expectations regarding the art style, because I remember being put off by Basilisk's art in the manga version. The use of photographs and the somehow overly photoshopped feel of the art wasn't to my liking (with Basilisk), but this manga was a pleasant surprise.

I think the artist's style had developed during the making of Basilisk, read more
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Apr 18, 2014
Seishun Pop! (Manga) add
This manga is really a great piece of work. The story started off by revealing to you the relationship between the protagonist and his favourite lead singer. However, don't be fooled by the initial plain introduction as you will soon be absorbed into the story as it progressed further down the later chapters.

It has a great mix of emotions and at times, you will really feel for the character, for better or for worse. Each of the characters were thoroughly introduced, thus giving you a sense of attachment to the characters. The artwork of the manga is also superb. Rarely read more
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Apr 17, 2014
Ushio to Tora (Manga) add
Well, here comes my 3rd review, okay, lets start.
Ushio and Tora is the tale about a boy who finds a mystical object which is called the beast spear. Being under attack by youkai he needs a way to be able to ward them off, however an imposing youkai named Tora is trapped along the spear. Needing each others the 2 strike a deal.
This mismatched team ends up facing evil entities across Japan since the beast spear is made for that purpose.
The story is simple, but good, it is quite periodical, facing a new enemy every couple chapters like most old school stories. However, behind that read more
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Apr 17, 2014
Rewrite: Side-R (Manga) add
Having read the first 2 chapters and managed to get my hand on some raw of later episodes, overall I m pretty satisfied with this adaptation!!
The first chapter was awesome, one of my favorite side quests of the VN!!

Kotarou and the others embark on a quest for supernatural stuff, and come to find out the it was only a old candy shop that due to the advance of time, couldnt manage to stay on the business for much longer... so with its days counted, the ocult club + yoshino spent their day buying stuff and having fun with the old lady that runs read more
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Apr 17, 2014
Boogiepop (Manga) add
“I am automatic. When I detect adversity approaching, I float to the surface. That’s why I am Boogiepop—phantasmal, like bubbles.”

First of all, this review only includes the first three light novels in the Boogiepop franchise, as they are the only ones that I’ve had the ability and time to purchase and read through so far. This includes Boogiepop and Others, Boogiepop Returns: VS Imaginator, and Boogiepop Returns: VS Imaginator Part 2. I also own the brilliant Boogiepop Phantom anime, but that is for another review.

Kouhei Kadono’s Boogiepop light novels, stories that I would describe as the morbid side of young adult fiction, are recognized as read more
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Apr 17, 2014
Nan Eomma Nun Appa (Manga) add
A short review that I don't even know where to start and contains spoilers. I started reading this because I was very bored and just decided on a random one..that happens to be a Hwang Mi-ri manhwa. For I am not a very big fan of.

If I was to describe this manhwa it would be that the author of the manhwa had put in a bunch of every single cliche korean drama moment into one manhwa. There is the highschool setting, the secret pregnancy, DNA, unrequited love, evil mother, hungry money parents, spoiled brother and sister, death problems, and bullying. There is nothing new, read more
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Apr 17, 2014
Tomodachi no Hanashi (Manga) add
Friendship can be stronger than love. The same goes for loning and hating.

Tomodachi no Hanashi, or The Secret of Friendship, are some shorter series with a strong aim at the female audience. Just from the general style the characters are presented to us, we can see that this was meant to be a product for girls to enjoy. Still, as a part of the male horde, I can safely say that it presents entertainment to the male audience as well.

The keyword is "friendship", as the title itself would suggest. It is quickly followed by "bonds", and "heart". In other words, the manga aims to present read more
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Apr 17, 2014
Noragami (Manga) add
Even though i gave up reading/watching mangas/animes about 4 years ago, it seems that my interest was sparked again accidentally: i started with watching Code Geass which i really liked, with a few exceptions, and then i tried searching something i would enjoy reading, able to show something a little bit different than the Mary Sue prototype, the overpowered main character and a predictable plot or common subject.

I am not sure if my style of writing is allright, as this would be my first review in terms of mangas, but i will also talk, in turn, about the matters that caught my attention and read more
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Apr 16, 2014
Legend of the Sun Knight (Manga) add
Before you read this review, you should know that the English translation has only covered up to volume 6 out of 8 volumes. The translators is still working on the text, and not likely to finish very soon. With that in mind, go ahead and stop reading this review or save it for a later date (if you aren't fluent in Chinese, that is).

The setup of the story is much like other Chinese (internet) fantasy novels, with multitudes of races, weapons, and classes that we are familiar with from games and high fantasy. However, this novel really stands apart from the typical ones. This isn't read more
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Apr 16, 2014
Rewrite: Side-B (Manga) add
This manga is one of the two manga adaptations for Rewrite, a Visual Novel produced by Key, launched at 2011.
So far these 6 chapters spawn the story till 8 of October of the common route of the VN, I presume that more were released, but no one picked interest in scanlating them...
As someone that has played Rewrite, I found it interesting picking up the manga version (while I still hope for a anime someday, preferences goes to White Fox), IMO it was worth reading, especially if you enjoyed playing the VN like myself.
The character design could be more prettier, but still you read more
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