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Have you ever cried at an anime/manga..?

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Dosudro
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11:15 pm, Oct 23 2012
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Like so many others:

Clannad: After Story

Every time I watch it, still. Being a father and bonding with Tomoya on that level, really makes the emotional punches heavy.

~~Dos

lolandylol
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12:40 am, Oct 24 2012
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One piece- Merry

only1 ever to make a tear come out


Edit: Angel Beats

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Shakaku
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Watashi ga Motenai no wa Dou Kangaete mo Omaera ga Warui!
Too relatable...

Clannad afterstory - straight up emotional

Most Type-Moon works - Really moving

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Findy
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1:10 am, Oct 24 2012
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hayate no gotoku
the myconos arc

Kimi_Feti
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1:13 am, Oct 24 2012
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First few chapters of Subaru. Then the last 50+ chapters out of rage.

Rika-pjong
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5:12 pm, Oct 26 2012
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I'm an emotional reader so, yes, I cry every single time something touching happens ... or if it's just so sad so I absolutely have to cry! Some examples are:

Lovers Doll - that one is too adorable I shed tears every time I read it! cry
Zettai Kareshi - major cry warning, I've only read it through once because it was too much for my emotional heart!
Nonfiction (SAKURAGA Mei)
Sono Kuchibiru ni Yoru no Tsuyu
Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji - it's actually not sad at all ... it's supposed to be a comedy but I have this annoying tendency to feel what the characters are feeling so ... yeah none
Konbini-kun - it's just too sweet, you can't read it without becoming to sentimental! :3

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Somewhere after my 22nd birthday, I've gotten terribly emotional and I find myself having wet eyes far too often. Sad stuff, happy stuff, things charged with certain other kinds of emotion, you name it.

Interestingly enough, I'm still quite the stone face when it comes to real life stuff, like at my granpas funeral early last spring. It seems I let out my emotions only when dealing with fictional things. Go figure.

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alex3510
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YES T_T
Fruits basket gets me every time. Also, there are a few other mangas that get me teary eyed, but none as heart shredding as Fruba :'(
Some others would be:
Natsu no Kakera First story makes me sob.
Immortal Rain
Kare Kano
Kodocha
Mademoiselle Butterfly ( I sob EVERY TIME)
The ending of Honey and Clover made me cry buckets to the point of nausea (The anime version)
Red River
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Ursela's scene made me cry a LOT



GRAVE OF THE FIREFLIES: Makes you want to die. Cried so hard I actually puked T_T

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SunshineValley
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4:53 am, Nov 5 2012
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Yes, and the book/manga has to be especially tragic for it to make me cry. So far, there have been two:

The first being a book I read a while back about the war in Iraq. It was a fiction novel called "Sunrise Over Fellujah" I think. Anyway,
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the main character's best friend dies, and just the way his death was executed and honored was just so heart-wrenching. And oh the ending didn't help. But anyway,
I loved how the book expressed the cruelty and reality of war. Amazing book.

The second was a manga I stumbled upon. I always forget Japanese titles so sometimes I remember them in their English title. This manga is called "Our Happy Hours." It was a very bittersweet tragedy manga with an ending that tore my heart into two. It was so sad! I think I cried for a good half hour. Very inspiring, though.

destinedkid17
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5:02 am, Nov 5 2012
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Alive- the final evolution. Entire series is depressing but beautiful at the same time.

RattixEmpire
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I was sobbing hysterically after watching Grave of The Fireflies, that was horrific.

I think a chapter of Fruits Basket once made me squeeze out a tear.

There was a manga, it involved a dog, and at the end the dog died and I was beside myself, having two dogs myself I was struck by the idea that I would one day loose them. Actually, generally if anything involves a dog, or a beloved pet dying I am in tears, for a very long time.

I tend to avoid tragedy manga because I don't like crying, and I am a total crybaby when it comes to any form of text.

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Zhenis
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6:05 am, Nov 5 2012
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Immortal Rain
I cried specifically when
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Machika saw Rain's heart getting crushed right in front of her eyes


and

Gold Rush 21

When
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the old man died...


I also cried despite knowing the ending of Sakura-Gari

Ironically, it's also the only manga I've read from Watase Yuu, despite her other famous mangas.

Haibara
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12:26 pm, Nov 24 2012
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yes I do in some anime/manga, depends on the scene (especially in animes) like they are about to die or some touching scene. (;へ:)i can share some; one of them as i recall were:
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Angel Beats! , Air, Tegami Bachi, Detective Conan, Ano Hi Mita Hana no Namae wo Bokutachi wa Mada Shiranai


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ivypaw1
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2:55 pm, Dec 3 2012
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Yes, I have... when i was young... Whenever I see any character that dies I feel sad cry (except those that are super evil) bigrazz But now I cry less often leh.... biggrin

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blursotongkia
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3:06 pm, Dec 3 2012
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yep yep. the most recent one was manhwa can't see can't hear but love

i cried for like nearly every single chapter.

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