Want to read
Acchi Kocchi (manga)
Agharta (manga)
All Nippon Air Line (manga)
Amanchu! (manga)
Aqua (manga)
Aria (manga)
Barefoot Gen (manga)
Binbō-gami ga! (manga)
Blood Lad (manga)
Boys on the Run (manga)
A Bride's Story (manga)
Chitose Get You!! (manga)
Cromartie High School (manga)
Daily Lives of High School Boys (manga)
Date A Live (light novel)
(The) Diary of a Crazed Family (manga)
Dogs: Bullets & Carnage (manga)
Dogs: Prelude (manga)
Don't Cry, Girl♥ (manga)
Edge of Tomorrow (novel)
Enmusu (manga)
Fairy Tail (manga)
Future Diary (manga)
Genei Hakurankai (manga)
Gugure! Kokkuri-san (manga)
Higurashi no Naku Koroni (manga)
Hozuki no Reitetsu (manga)
Hōzuki-san Chi no Aneki (manga)
I Don't Like You At All, Big Brother!! (manga)
Jōkyō Afro Tanaka (manga)
Jormungand (manga)
Joshiraku (manga)
Kare Kano (manga)
Karneval (manga)
Kasumi (OEL manga)
Kekkaishi (manga)
Kimi ni Todoke (manga)
Kōkō Afro Tanaka (manga)
Koroshiya-san (manga)
Little Busters! (manga by M Anagura)
Magical Girl Pretty Bell (manga)
Maid Sama! (manga)
Majin Tantei Nōgami Neuro (manga)
Manga Abenobashi Mahō Shōtengai - Abeno no Machi ni Inori o Komete
March comes in like a lion (manga)
Me & My Brothers (manga)
(The) Melancholy of Suzumiya Haruhi-chan (manga)
Melty Blood (manga)
Mikakunin de Shinkōkei (manga)
Minori Scramble! (manga)
Misaki de Bus o Orita Hito (manga)
Mori no Asagao (manga)
Moyasimon (manga)
My Little Monster (manga)
Nozoki Ana (manga)
Nyorōn Churuya-san (manga)
Pochiyama at the Pharmacy (manga)
PoyoPoyo's Observation Diary (manga)
(The) Princess of the Hell (manga)
Princess Resurrection (manga)
Puella Magi Madoka Magica (manga)
Q-ko-chan (manga)
Ranma ½ (manga)
Ryūshika Ryūshika (manga)
Say I Love You. (manga)
Section Chief Kosaku Shima (manga)
Shinryaku! Ika Musume (manga)
Silver Spoon (manga)
Solanin (manga)
Soredemo Machi wa Mawatteiru (manga)
Thermae Romae (manga)
+Tic Elder Sister (manga)
To All The Corners Of The World (manga)
Tokurei Sochi Dantai Stella Jo-Gakuin Kōtō-ka C3-Bu (manga)
Toradora! (light novel)
A Town Where You Live (manga)
Trigun (manga)
Twin Spica (manga)
Unbreakable Machine-Doll (manga)
Wanna Be the Strongest in the World (manga)
We Were There (manga)
Welcome to the N.H.K. (manga)
Yaiba (manga)
Yankee-kun to Megane-chan (manga)
Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou (manga)
Yowamushi Pedal (manga)
Yozakura Quartet (manga)

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Fullmetal Alchemist (manga) Very good Deserves to be reread, in Japanese (if possible).
GA: Geijutsuka Art Design Class (manga) Excellent
Jungle Wa Itsumo Hale Nochi Guu (manga) Very good
K-ON! (manga) Very good (Eng), Excellent (raw) Definitely different from the show, both visually and in its narrative. I suggest reading it after the show, just for comparison and nostalgia's sake.
Kamisama Kiss (manga) Very good
Lucky Star (manga by K Yoshimizu) Excellent
Mushishi (manga) Masterpiece
Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (manga) Very good
One Piece (manga) Excellent Reread and cry your eyes out!
Phantom Thief Jeanne (manga) Good
Slam Dunk (manga) Very good
Sumomomo, Momomo - The Strongest Bride on Earth (manga) Very good
Sundome (manga) Good
Sunshine Sketch (manga) Excellent
Yandere Kanojo (manga) Very good

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AiON (manga) Very good My thoughts are very confused about this manga, so I will refrain from commenting on it until I reread it in the future.
Aura: Maryūinkōga Saigo no Tatakai (manga) Excellent
Azumanga Daioh (manga) Excellent (Eng), Masterpiece (raw) A simple series that is on par with the show, Azuma-sensei's 4-koma skills are nearly unmatched in how he is capable of creating lovable characters with such a comedic style. A real gem!
Bamboo Blade (manga) Very good (Eng), Masterpiece (raw) In many respects I think the manga is superior to the show, not only because the story actually continues past what the show had, but also because the presentation and feel of the comic seemed to flow better than the show did. Anyway, this is really at the top of my list for favorite manga of all time!
Chacha The Little Red Riding Hood (manga) Very good
Chibi Vampire (manga by Y. Kagesaki) Excellent (Eng), Masterpiece (raw) At first, looking at the American cover (and the title), I thought this was just another stupid story with vampires in it. OH HOW WRONG I WAS (the manga is called KARIN, not CHIBI VAMPIRE, YOU DOLTS). Kagesaki-sensei is such a dork of an author and her interesting personality floods onto the pages of this series. Really a touching story, and I was surprised by how much I loved it. Read it in Japanese if possible. Of note is how much I loved how Kagesaki-sensei draws tears and blood, and how Karin is pretty much blushing ALL THE TIME. Moe moe~!
(La) Croisée dans un labyrinthe étranger (manga) Excellent
(The) Disappearance of Nagato Yuki-chan (manga) Excellent
Hellsing (manga) Excellent Hellsing is a nice guilty pleasure in its explicit action and gore, giant guns and violence, and Police Girl's bodacious body. If there's at least one bloody vampire manga that needs to be read, it's this one for its presentation and style.
(The) Hentai Prince and the Stony Cat (manga) Very good
Hyakko (manga) Excellent
Ichigeki Sacchu!! HoiHoi-san (manga) Very good Unfortunately I had a bit of trouble reading this because of my own ineptness with kanji, but I didn't really miss anything story-wise simply because I could connect the dots. Hoihoi-san is a manga that I'd really love to see turned into an anime, because the action and humor would really be complemented by actual motion. The characters and scenarios are really funny, and it's a bit of a shame that the story only spans a single volume.
Kotoura-san (manga) Masterpiece
Megatokyo (online comic) Excellent Read the books, not the online comic. Also kill Christian for damaging your books.
(The) Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya (light novel) Masterpiece
Morita-san wa Mukuchi (manga) Excellent
Mysterious Girlfriend X (manga) Masterpiece Nazo no Kanojo X takes a very strange approach to the typical "boy meets girl" story, and admittedly the first few chapters had me very confused as to whether or not I wanted to read the rest of this story due to its oddness. However, by the end of the first book I was hooked and found this strangeness to be very intriguing and an interesting device in telling Urabe and Tsubaki's story. I felt that I connected to Tsubaki a lot in his boyish way of having fleeting thoughts of sexual urges, given his age and Urabe being his first girlfriend. Not only that, but I also adore Urabe's character due to her collectedness and very deliberate approach to her and Tsubaki's relationship. I have a feeling that this wouldn't be quite as fun in English, so I say stick to the Japanese version for this one.
Neko-ane (manga) Masterpiece
Nichijō (manga) Excellent GODDAMN I want to buy this series! (EDIT: YEEAAAH I BOUGHT THIS SERIES) It's nearly identical to the anime wherever the chapters coincide, but for some reason the rawness of the manga gives it a different liveliness and humor that the anime was lacking (though, to be fair, the anime had its own qualities that I would say the manga is also lacking, thus they are both enjoyable!). The scenarios that the cast of Nichijou go through are bizarre, but the interesting implementation of surprisingly traditional aspects of Japan--such as kokeshi, kendo, and other stylistic things like Darumasan--makes the overall "feel" of Nichijou shine.
Oretama (manga) Excellent Initial comment: I'M NOT A PERV! I read about this story on TV Tropes, and I just checked it out because it was relatively obscure to the world. That being said, this is a pornographic series... for the most part. It's insanely hilarious, and the ending? It was really touching! I never thought I'd like such an explicit series, but it was really good.
Otaku no Musume-san (manga) Excellent
Shion no Oh (manga) Masterpiece
Sketchbook (manga) Excellent Should be read in Japanese, if possible. English does it no justice, especially because there are a lot of puns.
Sofuteni (manga) Very good
Tsukihime (manga) Masterpiece As an apparently very faithful adaptation of the visual novel (Arc's route, at least), I thoroughly enjoyed reading Tsukihime. The relationship between Shiki and Arc is wonderful for the entire story, but the art style and bloody action scenes are also very engaging. I couldn't bring myself to put the story down with how gripping it is, and its ending is very bittersweet, though the epilogue makes up for that.
Upotte!! (manga) Excellent
Wallaby (manga) Very good Very short, no ending. Cute, though, and had a lot of potential.
Yotsuba&! (manga) Masterpiece Azuma-sensei's masterpiece. There isn't a person in the world who can't relate to this story, unless you somehow missed your childhood.
Yumekui Merry (manga) Very good (Eng), Masterpiece (raw) Finding out that Yumekui Merry was by Ushiki-sensei, the guy behind Advent Cirno, was enough to make me want to read this. His dialogue and character designs are both fabulous, but his choice of subject matter with Yumekui Merry also makes for a versatile canvas that he can work with in terms of presentation and style. All in all, Yumekui Merry is a winner in Japanese (I can't say the same for the English scanslations out there) that I'm looking forward to buying the next volume when it comes out.

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Baby, Please Kill Me! (manga) Decent
Bleach (manga) Very good First ten books are the funnest in the series. Begins to drag after a while past the twentieth book, but still enjoyable.
Fruits Basket (manga) Not really good Ugh... just ugh.
Hanasaku Iroha (manga) Very good
Jing: King of Bandits (manga 1995-98) Good
Namiuchigiwa no Muromi-san (manga) Good
Naruto (manga) Good
O/A (manga) Good
Shinakoi (manga) So-so I found Shinakoi to be somewhat amusing in its presentation, and I thoroughly enjoyed the art style, but no part of the first book reached out and hooked me into wanting to continue reading whatsoever. The explanation of a tanken user's maai was interesting, and the designs of the characters were sort of cool, but that was the limit of my interest. The narration never grabbed my attention, and the absurdity of the action boggled me rather than intrigued me.
Working!! (manga) Very good It was fun looking at this after I'd seen the show, and I feel guilty saying that I enjoyed the show more than the book! However, the choppy art style and overall presentation left me wanting more slightly, though I didn't leave completely disappointed. On its own, this is a very, very good 4-koma series! I read up to book five.