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Anime Stats
Days: 50.8
Mean Score: 7.51
  • Total Entries185
  • Rewatched0
  • Episodes2,999
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Lodoss-tou Senki
Lodoss-tou Senki
Feb 10, 5:54 PM
Plan to Watch · Scored -
Code Geass: Hangyaku no Lelouch
Code Geass: Hangyaku no Lelouch
Feb 9, 8:19 AM
Completed 25/25 · Scored 8
Feb 1, 11:10 AM
Completed 1/1 · Scored 8
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Days: 14.6
Mean Score: 7.11
  • Total Entries83
  • Reread0
  • Chapters2,630
  • Volumes233
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Feb 4, 3:42 PM
Completed 4/4 · Scored 7
Umibe no Onnanoko
Umibe no Onnanoko
Feb 1, 10:36 AM
Plan to Read · Scored -
Jan 18, 12:07 AM
Completed - · Scored 4



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IzzyMarrie May 2, 2020 5:40 AM
To list other series that I have read that are not on myanimelist (the ones I remember):

The Mermaid and... (manga oneshot by Kuze Gaku)
- rating 6 (would be closer to 7.5 or 8 if it were extended to a full series, but even for a one-shot, it was short... definitely had a lot of potential, but for what it was, it still was really good with a nice twist at the end)

The Shocking Reality Of A Loan Shark Collecting Money (short manga by Pageratta)
- rating 6 (super cute and wholesome, but overall, nothing I'd read over and over again)

That Time I Rented A Little Sister (short manga by Pageratta)
- rating 6 (another one that's super sweet with an interesting twist at the end, but with as nice as it was, it's something I wouldn't read over and over)

Save Me (webtoon by 1230)
- rating 7 (Lezhin has a really good trailer for it on YouTube, but I'm glad that I forgot all about the contents by time I got into it. There's a really good twist in this one towards the end, and I honestly liked the twisted mentality of one of the characters. It was even more nice, though, going in blind)

Dogma (webtoon by Kemi Jang) (was taken off Lezhin before I could finish, but I plan to pick back up)
- rating 8 (with what I read, I was highly impressed with the characters, story, and the setting - even the artwork was stunning)

Hashihime Of Old Book Town (v-novel, I know... but I wanted to include)
- rating 8 (a surprisingly existential story about a self-centered man who wants to be an author. There's more to it than that, but I'll keep it brief)

Ballet Mécanique (horror one-shot about a maid who discovers that the lady of the household is a robot, possibly by Senno Knife or Nekoi from Psydoll...)
- rating 7 (for the artwork and my memories of loving the short story back when I had the translation)

Story time for Ballet Mécanique:

So this is the most obscure manga I've come across, and one of the few I've ever seen that comes as big as a magazine but with fewer pages.
The cover says Tyrell Corporation, which I found out was the publishing company Tyrellsha who published a lot of Senno Knife's work. Honestly, the artwork looks a lot closer to his, too, although there's only few bits of English on the actual manga.

I also know that I got this manga at the time I got my only Psydoll cd, and I used to have papers that were the English translation. That's been lost to time, and I cannot find mention of this manga, but the cover of this manga IS on the front of a Tokyo CYBERPUNK '07 magazine which includes bands such as Aural Vampire and Psydoll.

In the back, some of the only English mentions that it was published in 2003 December.