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Sep 6, 2020
I really like a lot about this manga and its story. It manages to utilize tropes in a really interesting way that keeps the reader interested, while also twisting their assumptions around. Of course this does only work for the first major arc. Afterwards the idea of "inner thoughts and schemes" starts to fall into a more predictable territory. That being said, Ore wo Suki nano wa Omae dake ka yo does a great job of being interesting and keeping the reader interested.

I think the main cast is pretty decent. The main character is well realized and works well with the story, but his read more
Aug 31, 2020
I am actually really impressed with this manga. It more-or-less is a pretty generic love story between an ugly girl and a Riajuu. More than likely you've seen it before in dozens of hundreds of other similar Shoujo stories. However, Busu ni Hanataba wo does it with enough of a strong pace and enjoyable atmosphere that it gets away with being a little bit generic.

The part that probably works best is the main girl Tabata. So many of these types of manga have the girl be at least somewhat conventionally attractive. When they aren't, that typically only applies in universe. In reality the ugly read more
Aug 20, 2020
I'm honestly a little disappointing with this manga. What started out as a really fun read with a cute premise ended up stumbling into just being ok in the end. While I wasn't in love with it or anything, I thought the romance being portrayed was cute and interesting enough for me to keep reading. However, the ending 2 or 3 chapters went with such a boring direction that I couldn't help but feel disappointed. I've never seen a worse "my dad is rich and powerful and disapproves of whatever's happening" story arc.

Here we have a cute Shoujo-ai manga with mediocre art that could read more
Aug 19, 2020
All things considered, I think this manga's biggest weakness is in how short the chapters are. I feel like the concept is interesting enough, but the way it's executed basically is slapping you in the face with missed potential. Every chapter some form of progress is made, but right before the interesting part of the conversation would likely occur the chapter cuts off and is completely ignored by the time the next one rolls around.

The characters are pretty generic and shallow and the actual investment I have in them getting together is about none. You can tell it will likely not happen till the read more
Aug 15, 2020
I'm actually really surprised with the low rating and lack of reviews for this title. Hanazono-kun to Kazoe-san no Fukakai na Houkago does a really competent job building a relationship between two very weird individuals. Being able to learn about the basics of sexual intercourse while also seeing them grow as people is surprisingly satisfying.

I think the biggest sticking point about the manga is on our two main characters. They have wildly different circumstances that, while not being all that relatable, help to give a unique experience to the reader. They aren't perfect, but they are probably the most important part of the reading read more
Aug 13, 2020
Yamada-kun to 7-nin no Majo is a repetitive story that relies on flat character traits, bland story beats, and a plot structure so bizarre I can't even begin to describe it. It is without a doubt a manga that extended far past its logical conclusion and kept doing the same thing over and over until it came to an awkward conclusion. Characters repeat the same dialogue so often that I feel like I was on a treadmill while reading it. And of course, the amount of plot contrivances and mediocre payoffs leave the reader feeling almost betrayed. With all of that being said this was read more
Aug 9, 2020
Onizuka-chan to Sawarida-kun isn't all together uninteresting or incompetent. Honestly if you haven't read a lot of generic RomCom manga you might actually get a lot of mileage out of reading this. Progress is steadily made, the art is decent, and the pacing is efficiently swift. While the characters are rather shallow, to an inexperienced reader who hasn't seen a lot of tropes, this might not be a major problem. Afterall, my problems with the series are a little more personal in the end.

The main male lead Sawarida gets great pleasure out of touching the other creatures appendages. He wants to touch the wings, antlers, read more
Aug 9, 2020
Do you like feet? Do you find them... sexy? Then go ahead and read the One -shot that came out before this manga. It will fulfill all your foot fetishy needs without wasting your time. It is to the point, short, and kinda provocative I guess. In comparison the full version of this manga is nothing but an uninteresting slog that was a complete waste of my time and sanity.

Story: The story is a perfect example of a Romantic "Comedy" spinning its wheels until its forced to rush to the end at a lightning pace. For the first 55 chapters of the series, almost read more
Aug 8, 2020
To put it simply, Soredemo is a much more entertaining version of Souichirou Yamamoto's more popular series Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san. While it keeps a pretty similar formula, small changes here and there allow it to not feel nearly as tedious or frustrating.

Story: To elaborate, my biggest flaw with Takagi-san was how its repetitive nature highlighted the incompetence of its main character and left the readers frustrated at the end result being the exact same thing every single time. Soredemo similarly spins its wheels with little romantic progress being made, however it is not nearly as bad here. Both of it's main characters are more read more
May 13, 2020
The first 263 Chapters of Shokugeki no Soma are a phenomenal remix of the shonen battle manga structure. Throughout the course of the story, authors Tsukuda and Morisaki managed to form a stimulating web of characters and battles that had me both invested and interested. The system of the Shokugeki itself is a stroke of genius. It combines the idea of the Shonen battle and tournament arc into a structure of food and delectable description. Every battle takes the time to delve deeply into how the dish functions and how that contrasts with their opponent’s actions. What really makes that structure work is the web read more