What happens to a female vampire trying to live a normal school life when she meets the most popular boy in school and nips his neck?
Good heavens! When did I last write up a post? Minus the magazine coverage and one-shots of course. And anything anime related. Just came back from a short trip, hence the empty days on the blog. I’m so happy to have internet again and air-conditioning!
I have no idea why this story is called Orange Marmalade, I probably just don’t get it or I missed the part where they actually explained but I’m sure it has some reason/meaning behind it. In any case, this webcomic is great and it has a vampire as it’s protagonist! Bleh to vampires? Have no fear! This is a great casual story with nothing over the top. It’s heading the opposite direction of other vampire stories that we’re forced to be accustomed to.
The story is presented as a realistic story and its about seeking equality between humans and vampires. It does have a slow pace since its trying to achieve that realistic atmosphere but it’s done very well as its unfolding the story as it goes along. It’s taking its time, not buying time if that makes sense. Romance does not play a big role until it’s later stages and what I particularly like is that there’s no rush! I enjoy the dude having an internal conflict with himself and doing the chasing; it’s particularly fun since many other stories involve the leading ladies throwing themselves on the ground for the hero. Putting two tsunderes together is also great comedy value and refreshing in the romance genre.
The fact that it’s easy on the eye makes it great too! Nice, clean, not overtly fancy. You might think it’s sort of cliche since all about one who’s coming out of their shell; but tons of stories are cliche and it’s whats sandwiched in between that matters! Recommended for one who likes some development in the romance department and a good laugh!
Throughout his childhood, Makunouchi Ippo has always been picked on by his fellow classmates. Long hours helping his mother run their family business, a fishing boat store, has left him without the time to make friends and so he remains an introverted loner, doomed to be beaten day in and day out. Although he hates being bullied, he hates himself even more for not being able to fight back against his tormentors. “What is it like to be strong?” he asks himself as he stares at his clenched fist. “I want to be strong.” His encounter with Takamura Mamoru, a professional boxer, leads to the discovery of a dynamite punch that opens up the doorway to a whole new world where that dream can become a reality. At the Kamogawa Gym, Ippo now trains with the aspirations of becoming a professional boxer and discovering what it means to be strong.
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As you look for free manga online, you can even look for stuff according to your age group. There are basically five types of manga- kodomo, shonen, shojo, seinen and josei. Kodomo manga is meant for little children and toddlers like doraemon. Shonen Manga is for boys between the ages 10-18 while shojo is for young girls in the same age bracket (10-18). Seinen manga is targeted at adult men and Josei at adult women. This is what makes manga more popular than the regular comics, the fact that is not just meant for youngsters to kill time but for everybody. With free manga available online, you can spend all your free time reading your favorite story.
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To those bummed by the fact that some of the comics are censored, can read the uncut original versions online. One does not even need to download free manga and can simply browse and read through all the chapters on the internet pages. The most popular manga series are Naruto, Bleach, One Piece, Noblesse, Skip Beat, Fairy tail, High School of the dead etc. The content and theme vary a lot and have all possible topics you can imagine. Just pick your free manga start reading!
Nozoki Ana MangaDescriptionKido Tatsuhiko moved to Tokyo to attend an art school and start his new life. In his new room, there’s a small hole in the wall. At first he can see nothing through the small hole, but one night, through the peeping hole, he saw a girl. That’s how his new life starts.TypeManga
Associated Namesノ・ゾ・キ・ア・ナ Latest Release(s)
Latest Release(s)Nozoki Ana 47Nozoki Ana 46Nozoki Ana 45 Status:Ongoing,Nozoki Ana 48 is coming next…If you don’t like Nozoki Ana , select another series from MangaChapter’s huge manga list.
I read Air Gear manga in mangachapter for months,I feel it’s funny,and looks like a mindless fanservice trip, so those seeking the hardcore stuff like TJTG (I mean the manga, anime kinda sucked), may well be disappointed,coz it looks like the character design is actually a bit diverse from the manga versionThe definitive discussion of the themes, characters, symbolism in Air Gear as well as an analysis of every little thing Air Gear is doing appropriate and wrong. This thread is for serious analysis. Fandumb and oneliners are prohibited. I was rocking out with Back-On (I wish) and I began to reflect on the Air Gear universe. Just before haters try and test know that I am a large Air Gear fan and I’ve been Air Trecking (lol) sense this factor initial came to America. Since I’m a loyal fan that gives me certain privileges. I’ve been with the manga because the beginning and what drew me in apart from the art and Babyface was the theme of Air Gear: freedom. Absolute freedom.So many manga deal with the identical tired BS about friendship, bonds, and all that other stuff (think it). Yeah those are excellent but when you’ve got titles like Naruto and Bleach running around it becomes cliche (believe it). Air Gear wasn’t about that. We had the Unbeatable Babyface Minami Itsuki and while it is clear he required help, he didn’t shove the power of friendship down our throats. Why? Air Gear wasn’t about that. Air Gear is not about that. Air Gear was about freedom.
Air Gear is really a manga that came along and showed us that we are all in our own cages. Maybe that cage is psychological, perhaps it’s emotional, maybe it is economical. Whatever it was we were/are all trapped in our cages. Several of us are birds who can’t fly. Numerous have forgotten they even have wings. While other titles brainwashed their readers into believing that their friends are just going to open the door for them, Air Gear kept it as actual as a manga could. No one can open the cage but you. Nobody can break the chain but you. Why? Due to the fact a bird can only fly using the power of their own wings and nobody else’s. And yes I’m fully aware that geese fly by making use of the lift of other geese when they’re in formation. Nevertheless, they still want their own wings to do that. Your friends cannot flap your wings. Only you’ll be able to.
Air Gear reminded us that sometimes only we can aid ourselves and it showed us that we can all do that. Delinquents, drop-outs, geniuses, average folks, every person has wings and everybody has the power to break out of their cages. That was the theme of Air Gear and Babyface proved that to us everytime he put someome’s ass down. True to Trophaeum, Ikki built his victories upon the bones of his enemies and got closer and closer to the sky each time. But somewhere along the way Air Gear lost that focus.
Air Gear Manga utilized to be my number 1 manga and now it is barely in my top five. I still like it and I’m not dissing it. Rather, somewhere along the way Air Gear didn’t grow to be a priority read. It happened gradually and I was forced to ask myself why. Recent developments in Air Gear have been battle right after battle right after battle right after battle. And that is all well and very good but where is the substance? To be honest I like Agito/Lind/Akito whatever, and even though it is important for us to get his/their backstory that was truly ridiculous. Guy gets like ten chapters and color me prejudice but I would considerably rather that kind of attention be showered on my main man Ikki. Naturally that’s just me being finicky.
aijin incubus is a Japance yaoi manga,it’s written by shinba rize
Fujimaru is a typical teenage boy: girl-obsessed. And like boys that age do, he enjoys spending alone-time in the bathroom with sexy magazines doing, well, you know what. Except the problem is that there’s an incubus lurking around his new house, one that’d be more than glad to feed off of his wet dreams. How exactly is Fujimaru going to cope when he becomes Rei’s meal-ticket?
The Fairy Tail manga is Written and illustrated by Hiro Mashima, the Fairy Tail manga premiered in Weekly Shōnen Magazine in the August 23, 2006 issue. The series is still ongoing. As of March 2011, 226 chapters have been serialized. The individual chapters are collected and published in tankōbon volumes by Kodansha, which released the first volume on December 15, 2006. As of 17 February 2011, 24 volumes have been released in Japan. A special in Weekly Shōnen Magazine featured a crossover with Flunk Punk Rumble, released in 2008. The official fanbook, Fairy Tail+ was released on May 17, 2010 in Japan.
The series was licensed for an English-language release in North America by Del Rey Manga. The company released the first volume of the series on March 25, 2008 and continued until the release of the 12th volume in September 2010. Kodansha USA Publishing took over the series and will continue release starting with the 13th volume due for an estimated May 2011 debut under the Kodansha Comics brand name.
Alternative Name:フェアリーテイル; 페어리 테일; 妖精的尾巴(魔道士); Fairytail; Fearī Teiru; FAIRY TAIL魔導少年; Ogon Wróżki(Polish);Tündérfarok(hungarian); Приказка ( Български ); Fe Hale (Danish); Saga (Swedish); Poveste (fairy tale) or Coadă de Zână (fairytale) (Romanian); حكاية خيالية (arabic); Xứ Thần Tiên (vietnamese); Fėjos uodega (Lithuanian); Cauda de Fada/Conto de Fada (Brazil); (Urdu) ابچھرا پچھاڑی; Fairy Tail (German); זנב-פיה (Hebrew)
Years of Released:2006
Status:Ongoing,Fairy Tail 237 is coming next…
Genre(s):Action Adventure Comedy Fantasy Shounen Supernatural
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The World God Only Knows is a manga series written and illustrated by Tamiki Wakaki. The manga has been serialized in the Weekly Shōnen Sunday magazine by Shogakukan since April 9, 2008, with individual chapters collected in twelve tankōbon volumes as of April 2011. The prototype version of the story was first featured as a one-shot on Weekly Shōnen Sunday on its 2007 Issue 32 release, and was titled “Koishite!? Kami-sama!!” (恋して!? 神様?). The 2010 Issue #19 of Weekly Shōnen Sunday announced an anime adaptation had been green-lit, which premiered on October 6, 2010.
The World God Only Knows is written and illustrated by Tamiki Wakaki, serialized in the Japanese manga magazine Weekly Shōnen Sunday since April 9, 2008. Wakaki created a prototype version of the story which debuted as a one-shot in Weekly Shōnen Sunday 2007 Issue 32 and was titled, “Koishite!? Kami-sama!!” (恋して!? 神様!!?). Publication is ongoing in Japan by Shogakukan; the first tankōbon was released on July 11, 2008, and as of April 2011, twelve volumes have been released.
The series is licensed in South Korea by Haksan Culture Company, and the first two volumes of the series has been simultaneously released on August 2009 with limited edition supplement for each.
Katsuragi Keima is known on the net as the god of getting the virtual girls, thanks to his popular gal game website ‘Fallen God’, while in real life he’s known as ‘Otamegane’ and hates all ’3D’ girls, believing them inferior to girls of the game world. He is approached by Elsee, a devil from Hell who has heard of his legendary girl-capturing skills, to help her in catching runaway spirits that hide in girls. These spirits only hide in the crevices in women’s hearts, and the only way to get them out is to make the host fall in love so that the gap in the heart will be filled. And if Keima fails to do so … he will lose his head…
Status:Ongoing, and The World God Only Knows 145 is coming next…
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Detective Conan manga in Japan, is a Japanese detective manga series written and illustrated by Gosho Aoyama. The series is serialized in Shogakukan’s Weekly Shōnen Sunday since February 2, 1994, and has been collected in 71 tankōbon volumes as of February 2010. Due to legal considerations with the name Detective Conan, the English language release was renamed Case Closed. The story follows the adventures of Jimmy Kudo, a prodigious young detective who was inadvertently transformed into a child after being poisoned.
Since its publication, Case Closed has spawned a substantial media franchise. The manga has been adapted into an ongoing animated television series by Yomiuri Telecasting Corporation and TMS Entertainment; the animated series has reached its twentieth season. The series has spawned two original video animation series, fifteen animated feature films, three live action dramas, numerous video games, and many types of Case Closed-related merchandise. A two-hour television special titled Lupin the 3rd vs Detective Conan was aired on March 27, 2009, and featured a crossover with the series Lupin III.
Funimation Entertainment licensed the anime series for North American broadcast in 2003 under the name Case Closed with the characters given Americanized names. The anime premiered on Cartoon Network as part of their Adult Swim programming block and was discontinued due to low ratings. The first six films were released on Region 1 DVD in North America. Viz Media later licensed the manga series for English-language publication in North America and used Funimation’s renamed title and cast. As of April 2011, 38 volumes have been published by Viz Media.
Compilation volumes of the manga have sold over 120 million copies in Japan. In 2001, the manga was awarded 46th Shogakukan Manga Award in the shōnen category. The anime adaptation has been well received and ranked in the top twenty in Animage’s polls between 1996 and 2001. In the Japanese TV anime ranking, Case Closed often ranked in the top six. Both manga and anime have had positive response from critics for its plot and cases.
16 year-old Kudo Shinichi, a famous High school detective, treats his friend, Mori Ran to a theme park named Tropical Land. After solving a murder case that occured on the same day, Shinichi notices and tails two people in black. However, one of them notices Shinichi and knocks him out. Instead of killing him, they gave him an untested poison that was supposed to kill him yet leave no traces. However, instead of killing him, it shrunk him into a 8 year old boy. Shinichi now goes under the name Edogawa Conan.
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Vampire Knight Manga (ヴァンパイア騎士\ Vanpaia Naito?) is a shōjo manga and anime series written by Matsuri Hino. The series premiered in the January 2005 issue of LaLa magazine and is still on-going. Chapters are collected and published in collected volumes by Hakusensha, with eleven volumes currently released in Japan. The manga series is licensed in English by Viz Media, who has released eleven volumes so far. The English adaptation premiered in the July 2006 issue of Viz’s Shojo Beat magazine, with the collected volumes being published on a quarterly basis.
Two drama CDs were created for the series, as well as a twenty-six episode anime adaptation. Produced by Studio Deen, the anime series’ first season aired in Japan on TV Tokyo between April 8, 2008 and July 1, 2008. The second season, aired on the same station from October 7, 2008 and December 30, 2008. The anime uses many of the same voice actors as were used for the drama CDs. The anime adaptations were licensed for release in North America by Viz Media, the DVD released on July 20, 2010.
Cross Academy is an elite boarding school with two separate, isolated classes: the Day Class and the Night Class. On the surface, Yuuki Cross and Zero Kiryuu are prefects of the academy, and attempt to keep order between the students as classes rotate in the evenings. As the night class is full of utterly gorgeous elites, this can sometimes prove to be a bit difficult. It is completely necessary, however, as those “elites” are actually vampires. Yuuki and Zero act as guardians, protecting the secrets of the Night Class and the safety of the ignorant day class.
As the adopted daughter of the academy’s chairman, Yuuki takes her job with a serious and energetic attitude. It also allows her to interact with her secret crush and savior, the night class’ dorm president, Kaname Kuran. Zero, on the other hand, has a deep-rooted hatred against vampires, and at times, does not hesitate to kill.
Now ,Its updated to Vampire Knight chapter 71,
A few of my favorite Romance stories are The Breaker New Waves manga、Oresama Teacher、Love in the Mask and a few more.
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I like spending hours online reading my favourite manga and the best place online I like doing it is this one. You will find the largest the sisters come to his aid and teach him powerful skills that collection of the most popular manga scans and scanlations. Reading online is easy and simple as the pages download in no time. It is absolutely free and when you subscribe in the update section you are sent prompters when the latest chapter is updated. This is a very user friendly site and you are sure to feel at home not only when you are reading but when taking part in discussions and analyzing the numerous manga series. I enjoy this part as much as reading the stories and like sharing my opinions and predictions with other manga lovers. Thanks to this site I have also made many manga fans a few of whom I have also met in the real world. A few of my favorite stories are the skip beat manga, air gear manga, freezing manga and a few more.
While skip beat is about a young girl wanting to make it big in the entertain world to get back at her childhood friend, air gear is about a good looking tough kid who lives with friends who are not only sexy but also mysterious. When he fights a losing battle with a group of punks who have gangster connections takes him to an adventurous world. This is one of the top ranked series that released in 2002 and I am waiting for its latest chapter. Freezing is all about supernatural elements, action, adventure, school life, romance, ecchi, etc. It is about a Japanese boy who gets trained in a school that teaches genetically modified girls. These Pandoras along with their male partners battle using a powerful weapon called ’freezing’, that limits their opponents’ movements. There is a total of 6821 manga series and this site has nearly 20,000 members.
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Freezing manga Review :
I freely admit that I have a guilty pleasure when it comes to silly ecchi action anime just like Freezing. So initially at least I was quite intrigued with this series and for the first few episodes I was amused. However that amusement soon waned as it was buried under it’s dozens of characters, inane nonsensical plot, and confusing terminology and technobabble.
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Art by Kim, Kwang Hyun
Translation Status: Freezing 44 is out and Freezing 45 is coming next…
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Freezing or solidification is a phase change in which a liquid turns into a solid when its temperature is lowered below its freezing point. The reverse process is melting.
The premise for Freezing seems like it might have had an enormous amount of potential. Mysterious entities called Nova are invading earth intent on wiping out mankind. All that stands in their way are special soldiers known as Pandora and read more.
Beelzebub manga(べるぜバブ Beruzebabu ) is a Japanese manga written and illustrated by Ryūhei Tamura that serializes in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine. Beelzebub was first published as a one-shot by Tamura in Weekly Shōnen Jump’s 2008 volume 37-38, where it won the fourth Gold Future Cup, then it was serialized on the same magazine starting in its thirteenth volume in 2009. An OVA produced by Studio Pierrot was shown during the Jump Super Anime Tour in October 2010, followed by a TV anime series which began airing in Japan on January 9, 2011.
Beelzebub manga Summary:
The strong delinquent Oga (nicknamed Ogre, Demon, or “it’d be alright if he’d just die” by other delinquents) picks up a baby that turns out to be the son of the Great Demon King! Chosen to raise the baby until he’s in age of destroying mankind, together with the demon maid Hilda, they’re sure to make mankind die… of laughter!
The story follows his life with the child and at the delinquent school. Oga attempts to “pass on” baby beel to other students at Ishiyama. If Oga can find someone more evil and stronger than him, Baby Beel will attach to that person instead of Oga. After subsequently fighting and defeating all members of the Tōhōshinki and in the process, destroying Ishiyama High itself, Oga and company are transferred to Saint Ishiyama Academy, which appears to be a direct opposite of the delinquent school - and it’s there the real story begins.
Written by Tamura Ryūhei
Art by Tamura Ryūhei
Translation Status: Beelzebub 106 is out and ongoing
This storyline is great. A powerful delinquent named Oga is reluctantly chosen to be the human father to the son of the devil. Tagging along with the child is his demon caretaker, Hildegard. She has moved into Oga’s house in order to help raise the baby. This is a dark-comedy+fighting type manga and since it deals with the supernatural, the humor can get pretty ridiculous at times. The overall feel of the manga never stays too serious. There will always be a gag or two to lighten the mood. If you’re looking for epic fight scenes, skip ahead to the boss battles.
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Noblesse manga Summary and Preview:
The story features a male protagonist named Cadis Etrama Di Raizel, also known as Rai. He appears to be around 15 to 17 years old in age, but he is a vampire or, to be exact, from a race of beings known as Nobles. Nobles distinguish themselves from vampires, whom they call mutants, by the fact that they do not drink human blood. Rai has been missing for 800 years, the exact cause of his disappearance is a mystery, and he suddenly wakes up in modern day South Korea.While in South Korea, Rai reunites with his servant Frankenstein by chance. Frankenstein, who’s currently a director of a school, has been searching for his master since the time Rai has gone missing. Rai then enters school and tries to get accustomed to the modern times and technology but has no clue how modern society functions. His unfamiliarity with the 21st century is often used as comic relief in the series. The story revolves around him and his servant, Frankenstein. We also get introduced to other Nobles as well as some human organizations that are very powerful.
Full Series Name: Noblesse / 노블레스
Written by Son Jae Ho
Art by Lee Gwang Su
RAW Status: 123 chapters and ongoing
Translation Status: Noblesse chapter 84 and ongoing
Brief Description: After spending 820 years in a casket, a mysterious being wakes up in South Korea and finds that the world has changed greatly. He faces difficulties as he tries to adapt to the modern world and is even mistaken for a high school student. He doesn’t seem to be the only immortal in the city, however…
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Note: This is actually a Korean manhwa/webcomic, so the format is quite different than what you may be used to. However, you’ll find the quality stunning, and the comic is in full color! I’m actually translating this over at Mangachapter.
Nana to Kaoru manga:
Alternative title(s): ナナとカオル, 奈奈与薫的SM日记, Nana and Kaoru, Nana and Kaoru’s SM diary
Scanlation Status: Ongoing
Kaoru is a 17-year-old virgin who has an SM fetish. He secretly dreams about an SM relationship with his childhood friend Nana. One day Kaoru’s mom asks Nana to hide all his SM toys so he’ll study for a change. However, Nana finds the leather one-piece that Kaoru bought and tries it on, but she accidentally locks it and doesn’t have the key! The beginning of super strange relationship. Due to the popularity of Nana to Kaoru, the series resumes publication in Young Animal and chapter 22 is the final chapter in Young Animal Arashi. Publication of the series will continue in Young Animal, but renumbered as chapter 1 while maintaining the same name and storyline.
Nana to Kaoru is marked as “mature” and may contain violence, blood/gore, sexual content and/or strong language that may not be appropriate for underage viewers thus is blocked for their protection. If you are above the age of 18, Please click here to continue the reading.
Nana to Kaoru, oddly enough, is a look into proper, Real Life BDSM. It includes things you tend not to see, like the fact that it doesn’t have to be about sex. Care and attention has been shown, not only for the idea of prep work, but the psychological aspects have been shown as well. There is no pain without wanting to go there, and limits are gradually pushed.
In short, this is a must read for anyone that has the wrong ideas about what BDSM is.
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