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What mangas do you read?

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I was thinking about starting a couple more mangas and getting current with them. Is there any promising mangas anyone is currently reading that they'd like to discuss on a weekly basis as new chapters come out?

And if you're not reading any mangas, you could pick one of the series on www.onemanga.com and start a new series, see if its good. :happy:


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Sorcerer Hunters! Fan service ftw! XD Seriously, though, I'm in the process of hunting those down. The manga is really funny and very fanservice-y, but a good read.


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Nice. I was thinking of starting monster hunter soon because its the same author of Fairy Tail, which is an amazing manga btw. Mages of all kinds of magic, warrior mages, guilds... and alot of comedy mixed in. Really good. ^_^ and some fanservice too. :blush2:


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u know what I read u live here :sulkoff:


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The usual ...

Sledge, try Monster Hunter ...


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woah "missile happy" <---- what's that about, I'm a picky reader *twirls*

"Mikako is 15 years old and she lives since the death of her parents alone with her elder sister Megumi. Megumi wants to make an Omiai (a wedding with a man, she doesn't know; an arranged marriage). But Mikako has a sister-complex and wants to look at him by living in the same apartment ("through a mistake by the broker"). Mikako is shocked when she sees, that this BOY is only 17 or 18 years old (or 16...?). To young for her sister! Mikako thinks, that Ro is a playboy but she discovers, that he fights for his dream (his father wants Ro to become his succsessor, but Ro wants to become a physician and he gets no financial help from his parents). While living at Ro's apartment, Mikako fells slowly in love with him..." - description from MAL page

I personally loved the manga. I blame Epples for making me read it


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ew i thought there'd be some violence but that's another love story meh it'd probably be a good love story if there was something destructive going on >_< bah!

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It's a shoujo title, they very rarely have violence or destruction in them as they are generally aimed at young girls. Violent or destructive love stories fall in the seinen and shounen categories as they're aimed at guys.


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