- Oct 25, 2017
wouldnt count PE out until it gets an anime.
Probably next in line along with 7th Garden and eventually Moriarty the Patriot for the treatment.
Doubt PE will end since other things newer than it keep kind of bombing.
wouldnt count PE out until it gets an anime.
But on the other hand, every time there's a woman on screen, the artstyle completely changes, to the point where it's almost hard to believe you're reading the same manga.
Speaking of female characters, there's also a small amount of incredibly out of place and really contrived fanservice that makes absolutely zero sense.
From bright side of life:Khang Zhipa is a 13-year-old doctor's apprentice living in a mountain village in 18th-century Tibet. One day, when he gets back from collecting medicinal herbs, he finds a bride-to-be and her wedding party will be resting at his home for the night. The bride's name is Moshi Rati and it turns out she's actually Khang Zhipa's fiancee from another land, here to stay! Enjoy this heartwarming slice-of-life tale woven by a kind-hearted boy and his mysterious bride. (source)
Check out Vol. 0 as well if you haven't already.Finally caught up on Jujutsu kaisen, talk about a rapid improvement from it’s first 3 chapters till current. I do get the bleach comparisons this feels like a series that took the good parts of bleach and shaved off the bad parts. I still think the art can be a bit messy at times, but overall I find it enjoyable.
Kaguya has been heading towards Kashiwagi getting pregnant for a while now. I imagine it'll be played partly for laughs because, remember, all these kids are obscenely rich and well-connected so it's not like it'll totally ruin their lives.Kaguya 147
I hope this arc actually ends with Prez and Kaguya dating, especially since Kaguya now know about how the Prez really is.
Also, Kashiwagi getting teen pregnant would be a really ballsy of what is mostly a comedy manga, but that seems to be where we're headed. I wonder how Maki would take that.
The problem with Platinum End is the terrible writing. The main character does something super fucked up in the first few chapters and then the writers conveniently forget about it and then he acts like a typical shounen goody two-shoes who refuses to kill anyone even if it puts everyone around him at risk.The last chapters are quite good, it's a pity that the interest for this series collapsed. I think the two real big issues of Platinum End are the comparison with Death Note on one side, the monthly release on the other - in a weekly publication the pacing would have been better without doubt. Then they didn't release a chapter in january, now they won't release the monthly chapter in June.. I suppose it will take at least one year, if not more, to conclude the series at this rate.
LW&C isn't a fully episodic series. About halfway through the "plot" kicks in and some of the earlier chapters serve as a backstory (like the last one in the first volume). The ending is amazing btw, up there with the ending of the manga/anime in your avatar (Ashita no Joe if i am right).Lone Wolf & Cub Vol. 1
I just realized logging into ComiXology got me a month of free Unlimited, which included the first few Lone Wolf & Cub books. I don't think I have the time and money for all 28 books now, but it's definitely on my list for later stuff.
What I didn't know was that this is an episodic series of classic-style wandering warrior vignettes. It's really quite similar to Chambara movies of its era. The art is very much of its time but still looks really cool in its own way, with a sort of ink blot thing going on.
Yotsuba is as wholesome as it gets. If you like more romance/comedy type:
Sorry for the really late reply but I’ll be sure to check them all out.
Good to hear I’ll give these a read through as well.
I’m thinking it’s the mystery person that Nino noticed was taking pictures of them.5Toubun 84
It was most likely Ichika helping Nino from the shadows considering she said her stomach was hurting last chapter, allowing her to tail them all day.
Still glad Miku was finally able to confess herself. Shame she's still going to lose. Hopefully she can actually grow as a character now.
The stalker? The stalker giving Miku the underwear that Itsuki thought was too risque is beyond creepy, so I hope not.
Yeah I’m not sure where it’s leading to as well. Either it’s someone they know or they’ll make Fuutarou the hero that caught the stalker.