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What is your favorite anime/manga?

Post by WielderOfThorn on 15th September 2011, 9:20 pm

Well, here is a topic to discuss you're favorite anime of all time. For me I'll say I really like School Days (anime ver), Higurashi (anime ver), Elfen Lied (anime ver), Sailor Moon(anime ver), and Fruits Basket (manga ver). Those are just a few of my many favorite anime, now let's see what you like! Also please specify if you prefer the anime or manga of it.


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Re: What is your favorite anime/manga?

Post by slimmmeiske2 on 24th September 2011, 7:20 pm

My favourite manga is without a doubt Cesare. If you ever read Canterella or plan to read it, read this one instead Wink Or if you liked the villain family (Borgia) in Assassin's Creed 2 and Brotherhood, read this manga. Or if you are watching or wnat to watch the new TV-series "The Borgias", read this manga.
It's about Cesare Borgia's teenager years (which means he was as good as an adult in Renaissane Italy Wink ). The art is not your typical manga art, but I find the most beautiful thing I've ever seen Very Happy Besides this art style fits the Renaissance feeling more. This manga is a lot more realistic and historic than the Cantarella manga, so taht's a plus for me ^^
The only minus I'd give is the fact that's not yet licensed in English Sad (It is in Italian, but no English >.<) Of course, there's the scanlation group Etcetera who've been doing a great job, but I just wish it got updated sooner. T.T (I sometimes have to wait a year before another update...)

Another great manga is Kuroshitsuji. (Yes, I prefer the manga over the anime.) Well this one is very popular, so I don't think it needs any explanation.

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