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Oct 14, 2017

The thing about this manga is that it started out pretty interesting.

We have Inuyashiki, a man who hasn't aged as well as you'd hoped. Burdened by the responsibility of being the main breadwinner of the family, a wife who is no longer affectionate with him, a daughter who introduces him as her ''grandpa'' because she's ashamed of how he looks and a son who harbors resentment towards his father because he's being bullied at school (i.e. bullies take his lunch money and pick on him because he doesn’t have enough of it. Though his father is unaware of what his son is dealing read more
Feb 19, 2016
Chiyoko, a very small girl (141cm) who starts her new year at High School, meets her childhood friend who she hasn't seen in years. But he's different from how he used to be. Although she's used to his frankness, Chiharu has become... distant.

After Chiharu saves her from a tough situation, Chiyoko stumbles into a world that is beyond her grasp... but Chiharu is there, and he's there for a reason. Plagued by the mystery that surrounds Chiharu's dark world, Chiyoko finds herself entangled in a world she doesn't belong. As a quiet, headstrong girl, will she be able to unearth the mystery or will read more
Feb 14, 2016
I really love Fruits Basket, let's get that out there first. It’s my number one favorite manga of all time and there’s little that manages to come close. Fruits Basket is the first manga I read in a period when I didn’t think reading manga was any good or even better than anime. Reading Fruits Basket was a whole different experience for me. The story moved me for reasons I won't be getting into, because this is a review about Fruits Basket: Another.

With such an amazing story as Fruits Basket though, it was really only a matter of time before I became obsessed with manga—hungry read more