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Dec 25, 2014
Bocchi na Bokura no Rennai Jijou is a nice little gem.

Sure, it's predictable. You can foresee how it would have ended from the synopsis alone but does that really matter?

It's the process of how Bocchi no Bokura came to that conclusion which makes this manga shine. It did not really do anything radical or unbelievable (no aliens, superpowers or over-the-top drama here), it just worked within it's constraints (characters and setting) to craft a very sweet ordinary love story.

What really helped Bocchi na Bokura is that it starred two non-abrasive protagonists, Hajime and Chitose. They were very believable characters. Chitose wasn't cast as some blank-dere read more
Aug 8, 2014
Gun to my head, if someone asked me to answer the question "Did you like Yosuga no Sora?" truthfully to live, I would say "NO."

*BOOM*

That was the sound of my head exploding. In spite of everything, I actually really liked Yosuga no Sora. Sure, there was too much sex in it for me to feel comfortable watching it. Sure, the incest was too strong that it was very uncomfortable. But, if you got past all that (and it took a lot out of me to get past all that), you would find that this is one of the more well written romance anime I've ever read more
Jun 15, 2012
I'm kind of surprised that there is no review for this manga yet. So, in order to fix that, I'm going to write it one.

Mangaka-san is a humorous take on a proud-panties-loving mangaka's interactions with his assistants/editors/co-mangakas.

Being episodic in nature, usually composed of short chapters of 8 pages, it doesn't have story arcs. But, what it lacks on plot, it makes up with situations that give the reader a glimpse on what a mangaka's life is about. Piecing these different situations together and we get a clearer picture of what this manga is all about.

The illustrations might look simple but it is clean. It read more
Dec 30, 2011
So this is my first review, so bear with me. I wrote this because I was really wrong about this series. Thank God that I stuck with it because it's something really good.

OK, so Myself;Yourself is an adaptation of the visual novel of the same name. What we know about VN adaptations are they're generally crappy, with some notable exceptions (*ehem* Clannad). Though this title is not as great as Clannad it is still pretty good on its own.

What I liked about this show is that it surprised me a whole lot.

I really thought that it was just some crappy adaptation. The first few episodes read more