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Anime Stats
Days: 54.2
Mean Score: 6.51
  • Total Entries249
  • Rewatched0
  • Episodes3,288
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Monster
Monster
Feb 16, 9:04 AM
Watching 38/74 · Scored 9
School Rumble Ni Gakki
School Rumble Ni Gakki
Feb 2, 7:40 PM
Completed 26/26 · Scored 6
School Rumble
School Rumble
Jan 27, 7:08 AM
Completed 26/26 · Scored 6
Manga Stats
Days: 61.1
Mean Score: 6.50
  • Total Entries248
  • Reread0
  • Chapters6,839
  • Volumes1,222
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Akatsuki no Yona
Akatsuki no Yona
Jan 16, 7:22 PM
Reading 75/? · Scored 9
Akagami no Shirayuki-hime
Akagami no Shirayuki-hime
Dec 30, 2018 11:58 AM
Reading 55/? · Scored 9
Boku to Kimi no Taisetsu na Hanashi
Boku to Kimi no Taisetsu na Hanashi
Dec 29, 2018 6:14 PM
Reading 27/? · Scored 7

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PuffyKirby Mar 3, 2018 7:36 PM
Its not like i like you baka
Mako May 27, 2017 6:07 PM
I wonder what you'll think of Bitou Lollipop then. I recommended it before seeing that you dropped Six Half. It's from the same author, her previous manga published before Six Half, and it has similar vibes and characters, quite heavy with drama, but with a well wrapped up happy ending. The thing is, I honestly hate most of her characters. But at the same time I find them somewhat endearing. They are realistic. Flawed and selfish, just as any humans are. This type of manga is rare. It doesn't just inspire you or make you feel good, but it causes a variety of emotions of all kinds, both negative and positive ones, which are much stronger than from any cliche shoujo romance story. Iketani Rikako receives a lot of praise for her plot and character development. But of course, if you can't enjoy it, then it's not for you. No point forcing yourself finishing something you can't like.
Mako May 27, 2017 5:38 PM
Almost... You didn't like Six Half, since you gave it a 5 and dropped it xD
It was a difficult one for me. I both loved and hated it, but in the end I still think it was a very well written manga.
Mako May 27, 2017 5:29 PM
You're welcome. Good luck with your flight and take plenty of rest before and after!
Absolutely. I had so much trouble starting a new manga after finishing Cat Street. I've reread it once. And I'm kinda afraid of rereading it again.
Good shoujo manga are unfortunately rare these days. I find a lot of the new ones quite repetitive, especially if it's romance. They all follow the same tropes, the same shoujo cliches. Maybe try looking at stuff from late 90s. I know it can be difficult to get used to the art, but there are some great stories out there. Like Kanata Kara, for example. It's one of the best manga I've ever read. Love it to bits. Then there's Tsuki no Shippo (Tail of the Moon), early 2000s, 100+ chapters, and it has this classic shoujo manga feel. If you need more recommendations, just have a look at the stuff I rated as 10 and 9. It's mostly shoujo and josei, and some other random genres mixed in, but those are the manga I enjoyed the most.
Mako May 27, 2017 4:43 PM
I highly recommend Hachimitsu to Clover (and second season, if you end up liking it) There will be lots of feels but it's totally worth it. The manga is great too, a bit similar to Cat Street, although I adore the anime version more because of the voice actors.
Hana no Namae, Bitou Lollipop, Kimi wa Pet, Love Blog
A few of my recommendations are josei, so a bit more mature.
Cat Street is a tricky one. It's always hard to find the next good thing after reading or watching something that left a strong impression. I would recommend taking a break for a few days before starting the next manga. Or even switching to a completely different genre. Then you won't feel like there's a hole you need to fill and you'll stop comparing everything to the previous manga you've read.
Mako May 27, 2017 3:56 PM
Heya. Well, for starters, have a look at the stuff I have under the spoiler tag in my profile. There's a list of extended favourites for both manga and anime. Although I haven't updated it in a while.
I watch/read stuff of different genres depending on my mood, so I can't really give any general recommendations, since my taste is all over the place. What kind of anime/manga are you in mood for?
FittsCo Sep 4, 2016 7:58 PM
I have to say that's a bad mindset in this situation haha.
FittsCo Sep 4, 2016 5:59 PM
Be prepared to get hate on your last thread, it's been made countless times.
zombie_pegasus Jun 25, 2016 1:58 PM
What if they started making more ONAs and made sure that people couldn't steal them in any way (I'm sure there are ways of doing this)? "Millions of yen" isn't even that big of a deal, it's like saying "John loses $5 every paycheck because the engine of his car, which he uses to get to work, has a leak". I'm sure it would take more money to shut down the websites than it would save.