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May 13, 2017
Where do I begin... this manga is just amazing.

Mekankushi no Kuni is unique but at the same time common because we have all thoughts about the what ifs: "what if I could see into the future" or "what if I knew everyone's past." But, this manga is unique in its delivery of these common thoughts into a masterful story that really takes its readers into a whirlwind of conflict, emotions, deep thoughts, and enjoyment.

The characters in this manga are complex and have dimension. The characters are flawed and have struggles which gives them depth and makes for a great story. I really enjoyed read more
May 13, 2017
Wotaku ni koi wa muzukashii is one of my favorite manga. I re-read it all the time when I need a pick me up.

It's a comedic romance manga about anime/manga/gaming nerds. It's a light and nice read, and it's hilarious. The art is 10/10, and every character will make you laugh. But what I truly enjoyed about this manga is the chemistry among the characters. Seriously, the relationships are so cute (none of the angst and cliches). You really root for them.The story is very episodic and there isn't really a big overarching story behind the entire manga. But its great for a quick read more
May 12, 2017
There's something comforting about this manga.

At the surface, it may seem that this manga would be only full of fluffiness and rainbows since it is a story full of incredibly cute moments (so sweet you'll get cavities). But, the underlining story is one that is quite deep and at times sad (But don't worry, every chapter ends happily). The story begins with the main characters losing both of their parents and starting to live in a new home with the chairman (Bear with me. Its a happy manga, I promise!).

But what I find comforting about this manga is that despite all these struggles, read more
Dec 22, 2016
Fune wo Amu truly is a breath of fresh air. I can honestly say that I have not watched an anime like it. I really like anime that are about what people are passionate about. You really grow to love the characters.

The basic premise is about a guy who isn't really good at dealing with people and to make things worse, he's a salesman. But, he is very interested in words and books. Fate plays it's hand when the dictionary editing department needs a new hire to replace someone who will retire. (There's also a dash of romance too.)

At first I thought that I would read more