My manga list is incomplete and I've more or less given up on making one. It would take too long as the list is in the many hundreds, most of which I cannot remember unfortunately.
When given the option, I prefer to watch the anime first and then read the manga as the manga is usually more detailed than the anime version which tends to be a more synoptic of the former. I think a lot of series benefit greatly from animation, in particular action, horror, shounen etc. so I can fully enjoy the experience before diving into the manga for all the particularities.
"It is absurd to divide people into good and bad. People are either charming or tedious." - Izaya Orihara
“If the system possesses the power of life and death over you… you’re no longer a human. You’re livestock. No matter how hard a rancher tries to pretend otherwise, they never recognize their livestock as friends. It’s a mystery to me… How is it that these people, treated as livestock in this boring society, have not tried at all to destroy it?" - Shougo Makishima
"If I had to cooperate with that guy in a match, I'd rather receive, spike and toss all by myself." - Tobio Kageyama
"There is still much war, chaos and abnormality in this world. None of us are immune to those things." - Alibaba Saluja (Magi)
"I'm writing this letter because I don't want the 16-year old me to carry a lifetime of regret." - Naho Takamiya (Orange)
"I don't do anything I don't have to. What I have to do, I do it quickly." - Oreki Houtarou (Hyouka)
"We ultimately fear what spawns from within us." - Shun Aonuma (Shinsekai Yori)
"All the cards are in my hand." - Mikado Ryuugamine (Durarara!!)
"To me she represents nothing less than the very secrets of the world." - Takao Akizuki (The Garden of Words)
1) found & lost - Survive Said The Prophet (Banana Fish)
2) Heading to Over - OLDCODEX (Free!: Dive to the Future)
3) Sirius - Tenrou: Sirius the Jaeger (Kishida Kyoudan & The Akeboshi Rockets)
1) Requiem der Morgenröte - Linked Horizon (Shingeki no Kyojin 3)
2) Gold Evolution - Style Five (Free!: Dive to the Future)
3) High Stepper - Yuiko Ohara (Hanebado!)
My Rating Scale
10 = The pinnacle of the anime experience. My absolute favourites from any medium of entertainment - anime, manga, literature, film etc. (eg. Shinsekai Yori, Kimi no Na wa.)
9 = A fantastic anime that presented itself to be stellar in all relevant factors. In some cases, hardly distinguishable from my 10s. (eg. Kotonoha no Niwa, Haikyuu!!)
8 = Excellent anime with very few major weaknesses but typically excel in one or more factors. (eg. Planetes, Paranoia Agent)
7 = A great show; captivating enough for me to watch several episodes in one sitting. (eg. Hanasaku Iroha, Seirei no Moribito, Pale Cocoon)
6 = A good show with sufficient entertainment value such that I tuned in week after week with some anticipation. (eg. Zetsuen no Tempest, Kyoukai no Kanata)
5 = Average to mediocre. These were passable - the minimum I'd expect from a show I went out of my way to watch. Many flaws but enough positives to just about keep me engaged. (eg. Kaze Tachinu, Ore Monogatari)
4 = Overall mediocre to bad. It had its highs but were counteracted by fundamental issues I had with them. I'd have rather not watched them but such knowledge comes only in retrospect. (eg. Kuromukuro, Tasogare Otome x Amnesia)
3 = I know what I dislike/hate so I avoid shows I know I will find bad but in some cases, shows start well and then nosedive completely. Overall a very bad show. (eg. Absolute Duo, Overlord)
2 = Atrocious. As bad as anime can get without venturing into genuinely disgusting or morally reprehensible shows. That this show had writers at all is truly anime's greatest mystery. (e.g. Darling in the FranXX)
1 = To get a 1, a show would have to truly offend me. These would be awarded to shows like Kiss x Sis, Yosuga no Sora, the infamous Boku no Pico etc, none of which I have watched, am watching or will ever watch.
I rate by enjoyment which is the ultimate factor and end result of watching a show. If a show elicits a positive reaction from you, regardless of the origin of that reaction, it would be disingenuous to discredit it as one's initial reactions to any artistic work is the only criterion which remains constant throughout time whereas artistic periods and the general consensus inevitably changes over time due to political, social or even economic realities. It is how you initially felt that stays the same and I feel it is imperative that one should remain true to theirselves and make their own judgements free from others' judgements and opinions. Enjoyment is also a misused term in the MAL community. You enjoy something BECAUSE the plot was good, the characters were good etc. You cannot simply separate the two because plot, characters and any factor you as an individual care about when watching a show is a subset of enjoyment or to use a more fitting term - satisfaction. Everything contributes to enjoyment/satisfaction. It is the end result, not an independent constituent factor. I also find it foolish in most cases to have a normal distribution (Bell curve) of ratings because unless you watch every anime regardless of what it is, you should watch stuff which you like and by default, your average rating should be higher than a 5 which will naturally create a skewed distribution.