If your favorite completed manga isn't this you have shit fucking taste.
Pun Pun was shit
>still enclosing his reading plesure with buzzwords like favourite and based
>not liking/hating everything equally on its own merit
I bet you had a Best BESTEST friend and a A+ class friend in school
the first ten volumes or so were great
One Outs is the best get rekt hipster
the translated chapters were posted on /a/ all the time, did you expect that meme sperging faggots won't come along?
Are you retarded?
The ending was amazing, what would you have changed?
It's one of my favourites, but you have a lot to learn about manga if you have this shitty opinion.
Art looks fucking disgusting. What the fuck is with the bird? And the narration? It's fucking shit. Good thing I dropped it on the first chapter.
>shit fucking taste
Punpun deserved to die, no Aiko
These are just my feelings, not a rational explanation.
you have to be a fucking retard to even put this anywhere near your top 20
It's because of "muh feels" faggots.
b8 keikaku etc
My favorite is Air Gear and i can live with that.
Its pretty good but I wouldn't go that far.
Definitely on the /a/ essentials list though
One Outs was disappointing. That final anticlimactic game and the lack of a good cast of characters in a seinen series was annoying. There were always the guys oblivious to Tokuchi's plan, the first main antagonist was laughably bad and kept doing the same shit and getting rolled.
It was more fun to watch, though. Wish they animated the rest of the manga.
anyone who disagrees is trying entirely way too hard.
The ending was great. It's just regular /a/-hivemind at work where few people intentionally shitpost it because it's popular and idiots who can't think for themselves believe this is what /a/ actually thinks so they follow along in fear for being ostracized.
The ending was muted. Maybe it was good, but for all the years I've been following, it just felt wrong. To some it probably felt positive, to others depressing. I can't help but feel it was wishy washy over the fact that Punpun essentially re-assumes the role of Takeshi. Perhaps not in its entirety and being a bit more self-aware, but still a really similar outcome. To go back? To repeat? It's not really the answer I was looking for and I'm saddened by the fact that Asano didn't go with something decisive. In many ways, that is the point, but it was detached.
He used a u to spell the word, of course he is.
Baby's first drama.
Fuck off Aikofags.
I just finished Kodomo no Jikan.
>came for lolis
>got a fucking great story with a bit of everything instead and lolis
[spoilder]Face it, hes never going to finish it.[/spoiler:lit]
Any other works like this ?
I'm already reading all of Asano's other works.
>I'm already reading all of Asano's other works.
Good luck with that then, unless you're a moonspeaker of course.
I've always felt I Am A Hero is pretty similar. Not sure why really, just gives the same vibe.
So did he die or not? All I could see was 僕の名前は
I love Punpun too, but these kinds of threads are just embarrassing. Stop it.
Don't fucking let this become an actual thing.
My favorite > Your favorite
>If your favorite manga isn't this you have probably read more manga than me.
Fixed that for you, OP.
But OP, that's not the single most philosophical, tragedy fueled, coming-of-age story ever written.
There's no need for competition here, because Inio Asano is just a little girl struggling with the complicaties of puberty when compared to a lover of wisdom like Hiroki Endo.