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Post #777998

6:09 pm, Jun 21 2020
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Well. I've been reading manga for yeeaaaaaars.
So, I am kind of stuck at finding hidden gems.
So, I am asking you guys.
Tell me, your best manga, not your favorite but best, taking into account: artwork, plot, character development.
I am not asking about the 9-10 rated ones. I want to know about those that you sometime wanna give em a 11 or a 100 rating. Yes, not kidding. There are masterpieces hidden somewhere. Help us find them.

Also as sidenote mention one manga you'd recommend to a first time reader
PS: not genre restricted, so, drop the bombs on me

Post #778004
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11:17 pm, Jun 21 2020
Posts: 545

I personally think Geneimuso (Phantom Dream) is a hidden gem. I’ve seen people dock it for it’s dated art style or comparing it to Fruits Basket, but in my opinion for a first foray I think its good.
Also Yumekui Kenbun.
Natsume Yuujincho might not be a hidden gem, but it’s definitely a good one.

As for a manga I’d recommend a first time reader, I’ll just leave you with the first manga I ever read.

Post #778005
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12:23 am, Jun 22 2020
Posts: 6

Sailor Moon and Inuyasha.

Scanlation Group: Mostly Vintage Shoujo
Post #778018 - Reply to (#778004) by catandmouse

2:54 pm, Jun 22 2020
Posts: 8

Oh, thanks. Noted 😀


Last edited by lambchopsil at 3:42 pm, Jun 22

Post #778025 - Reply to (#777998) by aoisorabluesky
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Post #778150
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10:50 pm, Jun 27 2020
Posts: 6

Gogo Monster, Children of the Sea, Yuki and Matsu, and Our Dreams at Dusk: Shimanami Tasogare

I read a lot of comics, many of which I enjoy greatly and might be considered lesser known, but these are the ones that really stand out for their art, composition and visual metaphors.

For first time reader, I might recommend Nabari no Ou, which is by the same author as our dreams at dusk

Last edited by batbird at 7:43 am, Jun 28

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