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10:02 am, Dec 29 2016
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I'm looking for a new good manga to read, so I've come up with the idea of this thread. Could you write a list of 1 to 3 manga you would recommend to anyone, no matter what genre or type?

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Natsume's Book of Friends
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Beauty Pop
Yumekui Kenbun

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Girl Friends
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Bokurano
Dusk Story
Golden Days

Went for a mix of genres/demographics here.

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Shoukoku no Altair (Yay it's getting an anime!!)
Basara
Otoyomegatari (This one I would actually recommend to anybody, even those who don't read manga at all.)

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Annarasumanara, Hoshi no Furu Machi and Octave

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I can't believe it, I finished Annarasumanara yesterday! It was amazing, a real masterpiece that I would recommend to anyone! Thank you for your suggestions smile

TO EVERYONE: Thank you for your suggestions, everyone. I really appreciate the fact that so many of you are helping me. If somebody else wants to reply, do it please. All your suggestions are interesting smile

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My picks (all of them are shoujo/josei, but content-wise they're pretty gender-neutral):

7 Seeds - a wonderful post-apocalyptic survival manga that explores a wide-ranging set of themes through its huge and well-developed cast of characters

Aka-chan to Boku - a heartwarming and surprisingly realistic series about family and growing up

Banana Fish - a psychological thriller in which the emotional scenes are as gripping as the action, exceptionally well written

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I can't believe it, I finished Annarasumanara yesterday! It was amazing, a real masterpiece that I would recommend to anyone! Thank you for your suggestions smile

Hah, you liked it then, that's good biggrin

Yeah, it's in my personal "top handful"........since you've already read it though, I'll take this opportunity to replace it with Pandora Hearts smile

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Small sampling of my reading list.

Manga --

Bokura no Kiseki (josei - my top fav josei to recommend // But, reserve free time to read this.)
QQ Sweeper (shoujo)
Skip Beat! (shoujo)
Ilegenes - Kokuyou no Kiseki (shoujo)
Rurou no Tabi (shounen)

Webtoons --

Automata (shounen, I think?)
Divine Bells (shounen)
Pinocchio (shoujo)
Gepetto (shounen)
Cheese in the Trap (josei)

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Bakuman
Horimiya
Wotaku ni Koi wa Muzukashii

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