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Feb 26, 2013 - 11:01am

Not exactly "nowadays" but I grew up with Japanese manga. Few of my favorites

-Slamdunk
-Doraemon
-Death note
-Rurouni Kenshin
-Hikaru no Go (I cried so much at the end when Sai disappeared *sob*)
-Hajime is No 1 (and Kaze Hikaru by the same author)
-Bleach
-Hunter x Hunter
-Dan Detective School (love the anime series as well)
-Great teacher Onizuka
-Boys over flowers (yeah keep laughing)

and a whole lot more but I just can't recall all of them anymore! Dang I must have read like hundreds of them when I was in elementary & middle school!

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Apr 6, 2021 - 11:49am

Yes, this is my favorite one. I read it at least 1x / day and watch it 2x / day. Poll: who would be interested in starting a WSO Hentai Club?

Feb 26, 2013 - 12:10pm

Never liked Manga shit, but I recommend anyone with any interest in anything at all to check out Neon Genesis: Evangelion (the series and the subsequent movie.) Shit is amazing.

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Feb 26, 2013 - 3:42pm

TheKing:
Never liked Manga shit, but I recommend anyone with any interest in anything at all to check out Neon Genesis: Evangelion (the series and the subsequent movie.) Shit is amazing.

Really enjoyed it. One of the only anime/manga I have enjoyed.

My parents were not too attentive, and didn't really understand that Japanese cartoons might not all be kid friendly. So I ended up watching the entire series at ~8 years old. Freaked me the hell out then, but now I think it's great.

I'll periodically check this one manga, Berserk. Really amazing art for a comic. I mean that author either has an army of assistants or OCD.

Feb 26, 2013 - 4:24pm

West Coast rainmaker:
TheKing:
Never liked Manga shit, but I recommend anyone with any interest in anything at all to check out Neon Genesis: Evangelion (the series and the subsequent movie.) Shit is amazing.

Really enjoyed it. One of the only anime/manga I have enjoyed.

My parents were not too attentive, and didn't really understand that Japanese cartoons might not all be kid friendly. So I ended up watching the entire series at ~8 years old. Freaked me the hell out then, but now I think it's great.

I'll periodically check this one manga, Berserk. Really amazing art for a comic. I mean that author either has an army of assistants or OCD.

That's hardcore. I watched it during a college winter break. Such an amazing series on so many levels.

Real talk - it's too bad there isn't an exit opp to join NERV.

Feb 26, 2013 - 1:29pm

Woo didn't know people enjoyed manga here !

I loved Death Note, Monster, GTO, and Angel Densetsu. I think I've read way too many back in my heyday, but nowadays I can barely find time to keep up with one or two.

I also really enjoyed the sports and other weird ones, so manga by Adachi, Eyeshield 21, and Bakuman were also great.

Feb 26, 2013 - 2:13pm

DaisukiDaYo:
Woo didn't know people enjoyed manga here !

I loved Death Note, Monster, GTO, and Angel Densetsu. I think I've read way too many back in my heyday, but nowadays I can barely find time to keep up with one or two.

I also really enjoyed the sports and other weird ones, so manga by Adachi, Eyeshield 21, and Bakuman were also great.

Damn how could I possibly miss Monster? One of the few high-brow mangas out there I think. Hollywood should totally make it into a thriller!

I loveeeeee Adachi Mitsuru! Very distinctive style! I think I still have the entire collections of Touch & H2 in my old room. Oh well, childhood days...

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Feb 26, 2013 - 2:00pm

i used to read naruto and death note in college. then i realized that i was a growned ass man reading comic books...

here's some advice: if you aren't getting laid, you might want to stop and get new hobbies. if you are... don't worry about it i guess.

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Feb 26, 2013 - 5:16pm

Berserk is pretty good/bloody/epic, but it's so disappointing that it hasn't ended and is always on hiatus...
Anyone remember FMA or Battle Royale? Pretty good too !

Quarterlife, you japanophile hahaha - I think the one flaw Adachi has is that every one of his manga ends the same way - no real huge surprises. His art style is really old school which I like.

I also never finished Inuyasha, too many volumes and the same stuff over and over again.

Apr 12, 2019 - 2:26am

There is little to no discussion on anime and manga just found this years old thread.

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Apr 6, 2021 - 9:15am

It´s funny, when I started reading Detective Conan, I didn´t even know what manga were, I was just super confused that those black/white comics were read backwards. Got somewhat into anime over the years, but not much into manga themselves, until I read Demon Slayer last year (the anime is a fucking masterpiece).

My top 5 anime btw:

  • NGE (duh)
  • Demon Slayer (still waiting for the movie to come out in good quality)
  • OPM (Saitama vs Boros is the GOAT fight)
  • Love is War (manga is an absolute blast, super well-written)
  • Attack on Titan (duh)
Apr 6, 2021 - 10:01am

Can't wait for Chainsaw Man to come back. Also like Jujutsu Kaisen. I used to read a ton of manga as a kid, like keeping up w/ weekly and monthly series + reading through highly recommended completed series, but now I barely read 4-6 issues a week.

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