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Anime Stats
Days: 103.0
Mean Score: 5.44
  • Total Entries667
  • Rewatched48
  • Episodes6,001
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Koe no Katachi
Koe no Katachi
Apr 16, 6:06 AM
Completed 1/1 · Scored 7
Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunousen
Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunousen
Apr 15, 2:45 PM
Completed 12/12 · Scored 7
Feb 22, 4:57 PM
Watching 7/24 · Scored -
Manga Stats
Days: 84.2
Mean Score: 5.85
  • Total Entries502
  • Reread9
  • Chapters14,586
  • Volumes1,615
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Apr 28, 10:36 AM
Reading 358/? · Scored 9
One Piece
One Piece
Apr 6, 1:56 PM
Reading 889/? · Scored 8
Kyoufu no Juusou
Kyoufu no Juusou
Apr 1, 10:13 PM
Completed 1/1 · Scored 7


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jal90 Jan 13, 11:03 AM
I'm liking it, though I'm not completely sold, but it's not really the shows fault as much as a slight lack of interest in its setting, because it's doing well in general; in aesthetics and animation, in the tone and in the mystery. It's definitely not the same sort of show as the old Boogiepop, but it doesn't try to be and it's equally worth to me.
jal90 Jul 30, 2018 8:38 AM
It's quite cool! The elements so far are blending pretty greatly, there is nicely-animated action and fight choreography, there is a narrative hook of thriller/mystery that is working very well and the character interactions are quite on point as well. It has been a solid run, though it seems quite fast and I don't know how much stuff we will have in 24 episodes. Definitely worth the watch.
siston7 May 6, 2018 8:52 AM
I like Shigeru Mizuki's Hitler and Osamu Tezuka's Adolf ni Tsugu but this doesn't mean that i like Adolf Hitler.
siston7 May 3, 2018 6:28 AM
Because i really like them.
jal90 Feb 28, 2018 9:46 AM
Yep! It was long ago (in 2013), but I haven't been very active updating my profile (I've been 25 since 2015 xD). Thanks! How are you doing now?
eldritch Jan 25, 2018 6:37 PM
Really that bad? Tbh I don't even know what it is about, I wanted to read basically because I read everything cyberpunk since it's my favorite genre apart from fantasy and there's not that much works out there apart from games. Urban settings are a weak spot for me as well. Speaking of which, have you read Transmetropolitan? It's my favorite Ellis comic together with Fell.

Oh, I will take a look at it. The Judas Contract is another comic that I've been delaying for too long to read. Another "cape-ish" comic that I really like is Black Orchid by Gaiman.

Yeah, there sure are a lot of great stuff but overall I kinda tend to overlook them, Tom King was the first name that caught my attention in quite a while. I also like stuff by Kurt Busiek, Matt Fraction and the big names from the UK (the recent short Moon Knight run by Ellis was just fun as hell), except Morrison nowadays. He's someone I once considered a genius but grew kinda tired of him, except for WE3. Also I'd always read his stuff translated, so the first time I actually read the original I discovered I couldn't stand his writing.

I will try them out eventually for sure. And yeah, Harta has a surprisingly high amount of great titles. I actually had all of their most popular ones on my ptr.
eldritch Jan 25, 2018 5:12 PM
I used to read a lot of superhero comics when I was younger, but a while ago I gave some of them a try and I got that awful feeling of "how did I like all of this so much" and basically gave up on them. There were some that I enjoyed reading again but eh (I was mostly a DC/Vertigo person though, haha). And oh, that's a surprise. I thought american comics would at least have some place in the Japanese market, since now and then a marvel anime comes out. I started reading Vision and really liked it too, but I ended up not fisinishing until now because I got drowned in mangas to read. Right now Mr. Miracle and (barely) Sandman are the only ones I've been reading.

Wow, I haven't heard of Wild Storm until now, but I just saw it is written by Warren Ellis so I will definitely check it out. He's one of my favorite comics writers alongside Mignola and Don Rosa. Also, three other comics that I am really eager to read are Monstress, Tokyo Ghost and Shade the changing girl (oh, and OTGW that I just discovered has a comic thanks to your bio). About Deathstroke, I always wanted to give him a read because I loved his character on Teen Titans but I never quite knew what to read since and he seems just like a normal bountyhunter on comics. What do you recommend of him?

I've never read that much non-cape graphic novels outside of the vertigo imprint because they are always quite expensive here and a lot of them are hard to find online, so going blind was a big no. I've just read things like Maus, Blankets, Jimmy Corrigan, The Arrival and one called Three Shadows that hit home hard and I just adore it. I need to read That One Summer by Jillian once I manage to diminish the mountain of manga whichi toppled down on me.
eldritch Jan 23, 2018 12:42 PM
Yeah, I don't usually read much superhero comics but this got me completely hooked. If it continues like it is until the end it might as well become one of my favorite western comics, haha
MyBUSHIDO Jan 22, 2018 4:16 AM


I understand. Then I'll call you Jack.

Ah, let me clear. I just heard of news about "Kono Manga ga Sugoi" a bit, and it's not that I've read it.

You want to know how to find little-known but good manga, right?
There are many online manga sites nowadays, so I think you can find your favorite manga if you check these.
And checking sites that review newly published manga may lead you to discover interesting works from genres you are not usually interested in.

I see. Well, since I speak only in English on this site, it sounds ridiculous but it's kind of weird that I speak in Japanese lol
mugi Jan 13, 2018 1:36 PM
I don't watch a lot of anime anymore so I don't come here often, and no reason to use steam either. Been busy with school and work too.
MyBUSHIDO Jan 3, 2018 2:19 AM

Ive just heard of the names and not tried to read them.
I think a magazine "Kono Manga ga Sugoi!" or something like that featured them.
Thank you!
May I ask what is your mother tongue, Jack-san?
MyBUSHIDO Dec 30, 2017 3:20 AM

Hello, Jack! (I'm sorry if the spelling is wrong)
No problem. I think your Japanese is good enough to make conversations.
In my case, I happened to know "Sekai Hachibanme no Fushigi" seeing the manga's advertisement on the Internet, and bought volume 1 to 3.
You mentioned "Haruta", and I realized there's a magazine named so.
But, among manga in the magazine,
"Sekai Hachibanme no Fushigi"
"Haven't you heard? I'm Sakamoto" that already ended,
"Hinamatsuri" that the anime will be aired this Spring.
I've read those three manga.
Since they are fun to read, I like them too.
lordzeru Dec 29, 2017 5:37 PM
I sent you the RAW of the version I watched. Very nice quality. The file is a bit large but it's worth it.
lordzeru Dec 29, 2017 5:42 AM
I downloaded a blu-ray copy of the movie with some fansubs. I can probably send you the RAW if you're interested.
Necronomicon Aug 10, 2017 2:06 AM
Thank you for the message AlabastreAizo, you can have a customizable title in then name when you do the subscription to MAL. That's how I got my title as oracle.
English is OK too! I read them in japanese, english and finnish, it's good to know few languages to be able to enjoy the medium more throughly. I hope these are worth investigating: Nekome Kozou, it's story from Umezu so it can be somewhat childish but the old style and the episodic stories really bring out the charm. Octopus Girl, this one is mostly comedy but with some really gruesome jokes and themes so I would put it in the horror category. For last: Koroshiya 1 it's about a killer, it is pretty gory.

These are some comic that really left an impression when I read them first time, I hope you can also find some good moments in them.