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New Poll - School Setting
This week's poll was suggested by Karonhioktha. What school setting do you prefer?

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Question: How long are the series that you mostly read?
I mostly read oneshots - votes: 50 (2%)
Short (less than 50 chapters) - votes: 527 (21%)
Medium (something like 100-200 chapters) - votes: 1467 (58.4%)
Long (multiple hundreds or thousands of chapters) - votes: 470 (18.7%)
There were 2514 total votes.
The poll ended: September 2nd, 2023 12:40pm PDT

I've never read One Piece, but apparently the new live action show on Netflix is decent
Posted by lambchopsil on 
September 2nd 12:44pm
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» Trimutius on September 2nd, 2023, 2:02pm

High school is kinda boring so lately i prefer undergrad...


» YuriM on September 2nd, 2023, 2:49pm

Joshikousei is the best product of Japan.


» residentgrigo on September 2nd, 2023, 4:03pm

One Piece by Netflix is good. 7.5/10

I´ll swerve. We need more trade school stories. Silver Spoon is an example.


» Erratic-Hopper on September 2nd, 2023, 4:46pm

I picked Middle school just because of the gakuran. They look great and a sailor uniform is also not bad. I don't really like blazers and jumpers and you tend to see more sleazy characters in high school manga.
I'm not really interested in series about little kids - except Detective Conan - so nothing below that. University can be really good though. And trade school sounds really interesting - I'd love to read that setting! Does such a manga exist?

I suppose some high school manga have a gakuran as well. In that case, I like it equally. Especially Saiki K.


» kurotaito on September 2nd, 2023, 6:02pm

Undergrad is always a great setting. Authors can have characters deal with so much from finance, relations, and magic w/o any of the self-censorship!! A lot of HS comics have the characters acting like middle schoolers or vice versa.

I dont see much grad school comics where its actually set in grad school, instead of just having a grad school character. (Would love to recommend some).


» articowl on September 3rd, 2023, 10:03am

I prefer university setting or when there's no mention of school. I got bored with high school setting, since I graduated from high school and it is harder for me to relate to characters who are first year. Or maybe it's because most manga set in high school are romcoms, which I'm not huge fan of. I want more manga with adult cast.


» kaloo on September 3rd, 2023, 7:36pm

I pick High School. College kids have too much freedom so it doesn't really matter as a setting, mostly being pushed to a vague background element. I know the characters are in college, but they're never really doing college. Usually they're just hanging out or being at a part-time job.


» hkanz on September 4th, 2023, 9:40am

I chose 'trade school' since the only time that I've found a school setting interesting is Hachimitsu to Clover. IMO most of the time characters are just in school because that's their age and they have to be in school, not because there's anything interesting about school.


» mallika23 on September 6th, 2023, 10:16am

I choose high school setting, but to be honest I also love undergrad setting such as Last Game. It's kinda refreshing. If there's any manga recommendation that has similar setting and vibes like Last Game, I would be interested to read it.


» Animechic420 on September 6th, 2023, 1:41pm

I'm so tried of the high school setting. It's like Japan can't think of anything other than characters begin in high school.


» Alwerien on September 8th, 2023, 1:01pm

I do prefer settings that aren't in school at all...but if I have to choose - either university. After all the years I really appreciate when the characters are at least a little bit more mature but perhaps still some escape from the boring reality of working everyday.