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Most MOTIVATING Manga ever??

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Post #545760

4:45 pm, Apr 15 2012
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Suggest me a Few MOTIVATING Manga that makes me wanna Succeed in life no matter what.

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4:56 pm, Apr 15 2012
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Densha Otoko
at least romance-wise

in need of romance?
uncommon, sad, sweet
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his and her sonnet

4:58 pm, Apr 15 2012
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Solanin and Fever
well both of them the main characters failed a lot before because they were submitting to social standards instead of doing what they really want to do...they both might be a little depressing(and they both contain deaths of side characters) but they both have the believe-in-yourself-and-your-abilities conclusion

Post #545768

5:19 pm, Apr 15 2012
Posts: 61

Onani Master Kurosawa

Basically about a social recluse who's a bit sick in the head. Makes mistakes and his life hits a real rough low point. But he obtained extreme desire to change himself for the better, and worked really hard for his redemption and earn the forgiveness of the people he wronged.

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The Wicked Bitch

5:52 pm, Apr 15 2012
Posts: 179

Vitamin (SUENOBU Keiko) its only one volume , but its motivating enough ... imo

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The Vagabond

6:01 pm, Apr 15 2012
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Strongest Man Kurosawa. The most motivating manga I have ever read.

Generic Manga Lover ^o^, taking all suggestions on new series.
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6:29 pm, Apr 15 2012
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Whenever I read Yanki-kun to Megane-chan it motivates me to study more.

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Post #545786
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7:11 pm, Apr 15 2012
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Welcome to the NHK - the anime was quite motivating (not sure about the manga and novel)

P.S. It actually motivated me pass two exams (which I initially failed) I was about to drop out from Uni because of those.

Post #545788
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7:34 pm, Apr 15 2012
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I second "Welcome to NHK" ^^

My personal ones were
Skip Beat!

Manga that truly motivates me is well-written, well drawn and an absolute page turner manga that I cannot stop skimming through again and again. Like Monster. Or Flowers of Evil. It assures me that talent and a special something can take you pretty far, in making works of art that will entertain many.

In all honesty, manga can never motivate me enough. It's there for fun or comfort but motivation is a bit far.

Post #545795

8:12 pm, Apr 15 2012
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Ookiku Furikabutte. Well at least for me, motivated me to do some changes in my life (of course connected with sports) but yeah i've done something i though i'll never do again but this manga made me change my mind.

Post #545797
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8:22 pm, Apr 15 2012
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for me there's ashita no ousama, cat street and honey and clover

also, G Senjou Heaven's Door, but that was a bit forceful

and I have no idea why, but sakuran.

if there is an option between "to do" and "not to do", I will always choose the latter.

"what kind of crazy, twisted conclusion is that...?" - banana bread no puding
Post #545801 - Reply to (#545797) by Nyajinsky
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8:43 pm, Apr 15 2012
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Quote from komurczakthealien
for me there's ashita no ousama, cat street and honey and clover

also, G Senjou Heaven's Door, but that was a bit forceful

and I have no idea why, but sakuran.

I second Honey and Clover (heartbreaking though) and Cat Street!
Also, other good ones are Kuragehime , Dengeki Daisy and Mars

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
Post #546027

11:53 pm, Apr 16 2012
Posts: 33

This manga inspired me so much xD
and also, Yumeiro Patissiere xD well, the anime inspired and motivated me a whole lot more

Post #546029
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12:29 am, Apr 17 2012
Posts: 1021

Hajime no Ippo is #1 most motivating manga for me.

The Legendary Moonlight Sculptor (Novel) at the beginning.

Bakuman at the beginning is good for specifically motivating me to draw.

Sports manga like Eyeshield 21 and No Side tend to be good at motivating.

Post #546030
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12:36 am, Apr 17 2012
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i agree completely with bakuman ( the beggining was very good and motivating allthough it eventually started getting repetitive closer to the end i found but still a great manga) hajime no ippo was pretty motivational and good as well, i know that there are a few others for me but i cant remember their names for the life of me only the story, ow well

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