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Rate The Last Manga You Finished Reading

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Perfect Honeymoon (a manhwa)

 

I love it! 8/10

 

I only wish it would be longer, and we could see more interactions between the two leads

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xxxHolic: 7/10. I'm not satisfied with the ending because it was so rushed and left quite a few questions unanswered.

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Bleach: 7/10 Naruto: 6/10 Shigurui: 7/10

will continue and finish hopefully: Vagabond, Hunter X Hunter.

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I think it was Gyo? i enjoyed it but it's been a while since so i can't remember everything clearly. probably 7 or 8/10

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Tokyo Ghoul: RE  7.5/10 0u0plz.png

Honestly, it was so good in the beginning with exciting arcs but I didn't like the dragon arc tbh. The ending was really rushed as well with a bunch of people coming back to life while others were killed off screen even if they were major characters. 

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Tokyo Ghoul :re 10/10, loved it.

I liked the art style, though some characters kinda resemble each other in some panels.

I grew attached to many of the characters and even though I'm not the biggest fan of the last few chapters, the story's still great.

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History's Strongest Disciple Kenichi 8.5/10

SO LOOOONG! But I enjoyed it a lot. Got goosebumps from some fight scenes and how the main character applied his master's teachings to become his own. I don't like the ending tho. After all that 700+ chapters, I feel like I need some time skip chapters instead of that rushed ending. Anyways, I was a little confused with some fight scenes because of the drawing but I like it over-all especially the humor. 

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Saikyou Densentsu Kurosawa 10/10 - Who would have thought that a story about a 44 yo old man, who is going through a midlife crisis, would be this amazing. Heartwarming, funny, absurd and sometimes really depressing. I love it!

Edited by flowerletter

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Blue Exorcist

Sigh...6/10 possibly, don't really get all hype about it

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Strobe Edge 8/10 Sweet story of a first love and the male lead was really charming but my issue is that the protagonist is not that relatable but she is still alright. The supporting characters and side plot is really dull though. The male lead is definitely the best part of the manga.

Ao Haru Ride 9.5/10 I first read this manga ages ago as a teen and reread it recently as an adult and it enjoyed it a lot more the second time around which I think is a testament to the depth and timelessness of the story. I particularly liked it for it's second lead syndrome as in the false love interest was incredibly likeable and well done that it leaves the reader conflicted on who the female lead should end up with. It would be a near perfect but there are a few problematic incidents that occur TW & Spoilers

 

1) The most notorious scene is when the male lead is laying down on the grass and the female lead then lays next to him. He then start telling her that she shouldn't  be so careless around men and then he gets on top of him reminding her how girls are physically much weaker than men. She says she knows he won't do anything to her since he said he didn't like her but he says that doesn't matter. He never touches her but comes close to her face before getting off and apparently the entire incident was just him trying to teach her a lesson for her to be safe. She starts crying of course and he apologizes noting that he went too far but she says she was scared but she was mostly crying because he made her heart race *eye roll*

2) The male lead develops anemia at one point due to not eating enough and ends up passing out during P.E. and the female lead finds him in the school's infirmary she then tells him "Anemia? Are you a girl?" some serious sexism right there.

3) A minor yet still bothersome microaggression is when the male lead is caught by his brother while he is sewing a button onto his sweater and says "he's playing housewife" *eye roll*

4) Another microaggression occurs when the male lead is talking to his friend about the female lead and he says to him she is a hero and his friend says "even though she's a girl you think she's a hero?" 5) the female lead's character has an odd notion of femininity such as purposely acting unfeminine to avoid male attention which apparently means to pretend to have a big appetite and keeping her bad unorganized and then when she wants to be feminine she acknowledges that it's unnatural and tiring for anyone but the manga doesn't try to teach the audience a lesson about how toxic and outdated thoughts on femininity are.

5) Lastly shoujo manga always has issues in its portrayal and exaggeration of issues among female relationships and this manga is relatively drama free showing positive relationships among the female characters but it still prominent at the beginning of the story and it's eye roll inducing that there are characters who apparently were bullied for being popular with boys including the female lead it goes away early on though. [spoiler/]

 

Edited by BlueSpringRide

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Bokura no Kiseki: 6/10

I was excited to find a manga that handled reincarnation in such an interesting way. Medieval Europe? Modern Japan? And magic? Hell yeah sign me up.You see this manga could've been something great. A masterpiece even. But the author drags out useless shit for chapters upon chapters. No we do not care about the side character's relationship troubles. People are dying Jen. We have such interesting plot points yet they are barely developed and we have barely moved in 30 chapters. This is clapped. Give the "villain" side more screen-time pls. Everyone else has the personality of a blank sheet of paper.

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Haikyu!!: 10/10 The best sport manga, the attention to detail (the movements, the strategy, etc.), the characters development, everything about it makes it one of the funniest, most heartwarming manga.

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