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Mar 20, 2015
Yakushoku Distpiari is a new twist to hero archetypes, some people classifying it with the "dark hero" label, but this is not all it is.

The main protagonist is what you'd imagine a dark hero to be, and like all seinen mangas, there are girls in underwear, abundance of naked skin and high levels of moe, BUT this is where it differs; these tempting elements do not change the protagonist. It has become cliche for the male protagonist to become stupid with lustful desires, OR to not be affected at all, the author has created a character that fits perfectly in between.

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Mar 15, 2015
To read the story, you first have to get that this is a fucked up story and pretty much the embodiment of depressing messed up shit.

The story is pretty unique and smooth flowing, but it'll definitely make you doubt your ratings on this manga. Even so, I'd still have to say that this is one of Nakamura-sensei's best works. The art is superb as usual; expressions are able to bring the word bubbles into a whole other level of deepness.

Character wise, I, myself, hated them, mostly because I thought they were stupid, but thats just me. Although at the end Nakamura does explain where read more
Apr 27, 2013
Even though I don't usually read Shoujo, after going back to Kaichou wa Maid-sama, I found this Dengeki Daisy. I thought 'since they are similar why not try it?'

I didn't regret my choice at all, because I do love this manga. I've just recently started, and in just a few hours, I can't stop reading, I've cried MORE than just "a couple times," but I've also laughed, actually laugh.

The art is great; the story line is very interesting and mysterious; even though it has many cliche ideas like hot springs trip and whatnot, it still manages to make it look unique and just plainly interesting. read more
Apr 9, 2012
I would give this a story a 9.8/10,so basically a 10.

I usually don't read yaoi mangas with so much roughness into them, but UGH's story line is just too awesome to leave!! I read this story straight through, without breaks. Every volume has a new interesting touch to them, and of course, you never know what to expect. It's a very exhilarating story that you just can't pass.

The characters are of course, 10/10, why, you'd have to check it yourself. Art is on the same level and of course, my enjoyment of this whole story is definitely a 10/10. If your are into BL as read more
Jan 26, 2012
The story, I would say, its the best out of all!! It's short and a feels a bit rushed, but the story is just so sweet, I cried a bit near the end of the first story. The characters are nice, too, as is the art. The drawing style is a bit ... odd, but it fits perfectly well with the story.

It's totally recommendable if you like bitter-sweet stories that won't leave you hanging.
Jun 26, 2010
Just as the first thought you may have as soon as you hear the name...a 'bacca' show which means COMEDY!!!! XD

Baccano talks about the story of how some mafia related men became 'IMMORTAL'. At first it may seem confusing, but as long as you understand who are the characters are and can identify which part is the past and which is the present, then it's good enough to understand the whole story.
In my opinion, I think that even though you dont understand the whole story, you will in the last ep.

Baccano has comedy(A LOT) mystery, and I would say read more
Jun 24, 2010
At first, I didnt like it by the picture it had, but MAN after I read the manga, I was cracking up!! Durarara has comedy, mystery, bishounens, and a life that every anime/manga lover would SERIOUSLY want to have. Everythin in this story happens UNEXPECTEDLY!! *which is the good thing*

This story has so much mystery, that EVERYTHIN is unexpected!! You are just surprised and cant stop watching it. It also has two bishounens that hate each other, but not because of a common reason*without mentioning that they are *SUPERNATURAL* ^W^ read more