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Post #597086

8:33 am, Apr 30 2013
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err. yea. what are some mangas that made you do a fetus position in a corner smile)

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...Tsuki no Hana..

8:49 am, Apr 30 2013
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you should search through other posts, cuz i believe similar topics have already been going round, for example this one good tragedy manga i mean, if it's tragic you're bound to cry some tears no?

oh, well from what i recall:
Rec - Kimi ga Naita Hi this one goes 100% with "made you cry as hell"
Fushigi Yuugi: Genbu Kaiden this one too
Chrno Crusade and this as well
The Record of a Fallen Vampire same here

uh, well One Piece , Naruto and Bleach have their moments...

and Pandora Hearts definitely has them

theeen Immortal Rain has crying parts

and Fruits Basket will make you cry as well

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Post #597091
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9:25 am, Apr 30 2013
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Banana Fish
Vampire Juujikai
Let Dai
Watashitachi no shiawase na jikan
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Akuma no Ororon

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Post #597095
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9:48 am, Apr 30 2013
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Fullmetal Alchemist made me bawl in every single chapter.
Tower of God a bit slow right now but I did tear up a bit when I first marathoned it.
Aishiteruze Baby probably cause I was young when I read it at the time...

I think there were similar threads made before and I have similar answers. Anyway, tragedy genre search will help too.

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Post #597097
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A silly pumpkin

10:12 am, Apr 30 2013
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Watashitashi no shiawase na jikan is curl up into a ball and cry worthy, so I second that one.

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Post #597100
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10:46 am, Apr 30 2013
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Boku no Hatsui Koi kimi ni Sasagu[]

This manga is just... wow. It WILL make you cry sooo much. Had to always have tissues whenever it updates. Its completed now btw ^_^ enjoy~ biggrin

Post #597102
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10:51 am, Apr 30 2013
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I don't normally cry when I read manga but the one series that got me to tear up several times was My Girl (SAHARA Mizu)

Post #597181
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10:56 pm, Apr 30 2013
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I second Immortal Rain. Its prequel Touhou Shinigami: Meteor Methuselah Gaiden really makes you fight back your tears.

After reading Made in Heaven by SAKURAI Ami/ YASHIKI Yukari in one go, I was on the verge of tears.

My Young Cat and My Old Dog by Cho. There is so such wisdom and inevitable truth in this webtoon that it makes me tear up on a regular basis.

One of the stories I finished is a special case: Seishun Kouryakuhon by AKIZUKI Sorata tugs at my heartstrings whenever I think about it. It really makes you reminisce about your own high school days.

Hotarubi no Mori e by MIDORIKAWA Yuki. Both the manga and the anime version are beautifully heart-wrenching.

The same might apply to Tada, Kimi o Aishiteru by ICHIKAWA Takuji/ YOSHINO Aki, though, I didn't watch the life action. How can you not feel for the protagonist?

A story that feels more bittersweet than tragic is Kanojo no Namida ga Yuki da Toshitara by MINAMORI Koyomi.

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He can't understand that they end in him, but they don't end with him."
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To be savoured:
- Blood Alone by TAKANO Masayuki
- Otoyomegatari by MORI Kaoru
- Gangsta. by Kohske
- Seishun Kouryakuhon by AKIZUKI Sorata
Post #597937
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3:51 am, May 7 2013
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Bokurano is especially predisposed to gut wrench given that each of its arcs focuses on a child who more often than not has had an unhappy/tragic home life and will inevitably die, right after they've found/gained something important.

White Clouds is quite good too though I only liked the one-shot of the same name in that collection.

Cat Street is also touching, since the protagonist has to overcome self pity to find happiness, but it's not really cry material.

Tista shouldn't have ended on a hopeful note but it's otherwise full of sadness and despair. xD

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Only Human

9:34 pm, May 7 2013
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The only manga that ever made me cry, and I am a terribly stoic person most of the time, was Koi Kyokusei. It was a particular story, maybe the second or third out of the one shots, though the others were good too. Immortal Rain didn't actually make me cry, but it was close for a long time.

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Post #598040
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9:41 pm, May 7 2013
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I'm not ashamed to admit that Boichi's Hotel: Since 2079 made cry when i read it the first time... and the second time too actually...

edit: Scratch that, i cry each and every time i read it for some reason... ;_;

Edit2: Also, I recommend the Second version Included on this one-shot (Hotel) rather than the first, they are both good, but the second is the best for me.

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Post #598042
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9:49 pm, May 7 2013
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7 Seeds. So much crying... T_T but its well-rounded, even with the super soaker crying action. ^^

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Post #598045
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10:36 pm, May 7 2013
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Fruit Basket TT__TT
One Piece
Bokura Ga Ita

Post #598047

11:27 pm, May 7 2013
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Only three manga have ever made me really cry (more than just shedding a few tears), but that might not be saying much because I tend to avoid tragedies in general. Still, it's not easy for a story to make me really emotional:
Hybrid Child chapter 3 - I'm not really a BL fan, but the last story really got to me
Watashitachi no shiawase na jikan - this one has been mentioned before, but it really deserves to be mentioned again
Fushigi Yuugi: Genbu Kaiden - this one made me cry every time I thought about it for days.

Post #598049
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11:49 pm, May 7 2013
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Fruit Basket - Holy hell, did I have tear ducts after it confused
Immortal Rain Not terrible tears, but a bit of welling
Natsu no Kakera 1st story
[m]Madamoiselle Butterfly[/m]
Red River
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Ursela's death scene killed me

Hana to Akuma 2nd saddest to FB

As they played the game...I waited for someone to call "onigiri." But no one called. I was very little then. I had almost forgotten about that. [...] But they knew...there would never be room for an a fruits basket.
-Tohru Honda, Fruits Basket
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