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Manga You're Currently Reading?

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Finished reading Hxh left with a empty void after finding out Togashi is the lord of Hiatus.

I'll start reading parasyte since I liked the anime.

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Currently i am reading skip beat, its a shojo manga with a interesting plot to say the least. As well as vampire knight, at this moment i am highly anticipating the next chaper because of the recent plot twist.

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Nanatsu no Taizai. One of (if not the) best shounen there is right now. Although the characters are ridiculously buffed, there are some sweet unseen twists here and there and overall it's quite fun to read. 

 

There's also Dungeon Meshi. What started off as a manga about cooking monsters ended up having a really interesting storyline and there's definitely an anime about this sooner or later.

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I've been getting back into Tokyo Ghoul, I finished the original manga but never got to the newer stuff. The art's so nice *o*

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Currently on the latest chapter of One Piece. It's really interesting. :)

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Finally resumed the Umineko no Naku Koro ni series, after I noticed that WTDND finished them. EP6 was such a mess, but EP7 is getting things explained. Still reading that one - only EP8 remains after that.

 

Pretty good stuff, with mass murders and closed rooms taking most of the plot for first few episodes - battle between human tricks and witch's magic.

As the plot continues, you figure out what happened in earlier episodes as new clues are being presented over time. Long read, but so far it was worth it.

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Been reading Higurashi When They Cry lately. I'm on volume 6 Curse Killing Arc 2, so far it's pretty great. I think the art in the manga is often creepier than the anime, though I love the anime too.

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I've been trying hard to read Inu Yashiki, Only on Chapter 10 do to them being very badly translated. But, It seems interesting enough to try and deal with it.

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I'm currently having my first venture into manwha via Moritat. The first 30 or so chapters remind me so much of early 2000's "Escape the room" games. Has great plot twists. I'd definetly recommend to anyone, although I know some might be put off by the shounen-ai aspect of it all.

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On 09.02.2017. at 9:07 AM, DarkGanta said:

Been reading Higurashi When They Cry lately. I'm on volume 6 Curse Killing Arc 2, so far it's pretty great. I think the art in the manga is often creepier than the anime, though I love the anime too.

Now that you mentioned that one, I started Higurashi once upon a time, but kinda stalled it indefinitely since no new translated chapters appeared. Unless you're fluent in JP, I hope that someone released few more chapters. :D

Haven't checked VNs yet of those 2, since they'd take way too much time just reading the stuff all over again.

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Angel Densetsu:
One of those 'classic comedy series'.

Still funny as hell, and the simpler art makes it stand out from a lot of the over designed stuff you sometimes see.

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On 2/14/2017 at 4:11 AM, Deth93 said:

Now that you mentioned that one, I started Higurashi once upon a time, but kinda stalled it indefinitely since no new translated chapters appeared. Unless you're fluent in JP, I hope that someone released few more chapters. :D

Haven't checked VNs yet of those 2, since they'd take way too much time just reading the stuff all over again.

 

Ya, whoever was translating stopped when Yen Press acquired the official release rights. It is now officially completed but don't know if it has been ripped anywhere. I own most of them and plan to buy the last two or three I don't have yet soon to finish reading them. I started the visual novel but it was hard to do after having just read the same thing in manga form. Probably go back to it eventually as I have heard it differs at some point from everything else.

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@DarkGanta Yeah, might just be the case. But I doubt that it will differ much. :) Seeing that you liked Higurashi stuff, you might like detective stuff? Gory stuff? Cartagra, visual novel, might be good for you. Note that, while it's mostly detective crime story with lots of gory and adultery elements, it has several... questionable ones. Expect anything from brainwashing to mutilation, incest and whatever. Awesome story, though.

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I just started reading ReLIFE after finishing the anime and am on Chapter 11.

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