|01-26-2013, 06:33 AM||#1|
Any manga readers on here?
So far I'm currently caught up with Fairy Tail and Naruto, and am catching up on One Piece
I've finished a few others as well, but I've still got a lot of other things I wanna read.
Haven't been following any anime myself though.....its so much easier to just kill time with manga then get the same amount of content in an anime episode that takes 10 times longer to get through lol
What about you guys? I know I can't be the only one here.
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|01-26-2013, 07:42 AM||#4|
Kill me baby
"Japanese that Japanese people don't know"
Are the serials that I read. There are a few more (books) that I have read that are written/drawn in the manga style.
I'm just translating the titles from Japanese, so if they are different in English...
|01-26-2013, 07:53 AM||#5|
oh where to begin..
Old school here but...
Hokuto no Ken
....too long ago I can't remember the rest without straining my brain muscles.
|01-26-2013, 02:17 PM||#8|
Planted Tank Obsessed
I used to read and watch both, but as soon as I actually started learning Japanese, I found dramas more useful for practice--mostly because reading in Japanese is a pain if you're not very familiar with kanji.
Rurouni Kenshin and Hana Kimi were my two top in each category (boys/girls respectively), but I now also have Skip Beat, part of Ayashi no Ceres/Ceres: Celestial Maiden, and this gorgeous collections of shorts called Dolls, which is about these plants that look like beautiful little living dolls, but you can't feed them anything but milk and cookies or something.
Then, I've got the first three books of Cardcaptor Sakura in Japanese, which I was trying to use to study... "was" and "trying"... Bah. lol~
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|01-27-2013, 04:39 AM||#9|
apart from some of the other suggestions. I recommend:
High School of the Dead
Cradle of Monsters
I am sure I am missing many more. I used to read a lot but don't have time now. Now I mainly just stick with anime.