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Planetes is amazing if you love a good (realistic) sci-fi drama.

Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei is an excellent (darkish) comedy.

21st century boy is a classic saga. It's long, but kept set me at the very edge of my seat for its entire length.

Yotsubato is a cute slice of life manga about a little girl living together with his father. (also know due to the protagonist being the mascot of 4chan)

 

I will check out all of them, thanks!

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Anyone know any easy to read Japanese light novels (preferably) or perhaps visual novels? Furigana would also be nice.
I think my Japanese is now good enough to start on easy light novels (and I really mean easy). I wanna see whether that works better than reading manga.

 

Sigh~ my Japanese reading skills have plateaued at a point where I can't even read daily-life stuff fast enough while my listening skills is already allowing me to watch anime / play VNs.... I blame my dyslexia..... :(

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Yotsubato is a cute slice of life manga about a little girl living together with his father. (also know due to the protagonist being the mascot of 4chan)

Imagine the surprise on the doctor's face...

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Random, but any manga suggestions to read at the office? Prefer to keep it safe for work, obviously. I'll read most anything as long as the story is engrossing with an attractive art style. Just finished reading Kagami No Kuni No Harisugawa; Yasuhiro sensei knows how to write a pretty cute love story.

Oyasumi Punpun.

 

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Originally Posted by Tilpo View Post


Planetes is amazing if you love a good (realistic) sci-fi drama.

Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei is an excellent (darkish) comedy.

21st century boy is a classic saga. It's long, but kept set me at the very edge of my seat for its entire length.

Yotsubato is a cute slice of life manga about a little girl living together with his father. (also know due to the protagonist being the mascot of 4chan)

+1

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Random, but any manga suggestions to read at the office? Prefer to keep it safe for work, obviously. I'll read most anything as long as the story is engrossing with an attractive art style. Just finished reading Kagami No Kuni No Harisugawa; Yasuhiro sensei knows how to write a pretty cute love story.

 

Comedy:

Flower of Life

Nodame Cantabile

Patalliro!

 

action:

All the Jojo parts

Banana Fish

 

adventure:

Song of the Long March

From Eroica With Love

 

romance:

Anything by Adachi Mitsuru

 

sci/fi:

ES - Eternal Sabbath

Nausicaa of the Valley of Wind

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Imagine the surprise on the doctor's face...


LOL!!

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Oyasumi Punpun.

Would not recommend Punpun for something to be read in the work space. Reading it will make anyone frustrated and will make him want to crawl into a little corner and hide. Perfect for reading at home with an over sized bowl of ice cream, but I don't think it would suit his situation.
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Thanks for the recommendations all! Looks like I should be set for a while. Working 17 hour days sucks but at least there are lulls in the action that allow me to do some reading and relax.

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Thanks for the recommendations all! Looks like I should be set for a while. Working 17 hour days sucks but at least there are lulls in the action that allow me to do some reading and relax.

Okay if you work so ******* long you really should not read Oyasumi Punpun.

 

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Would not recommend Punpun for something to be read in the work space. Reading it will make anyone frustrated and will make him want to crawl into a little corner and hide. Perfect for reading at home with an over sized bowl of ice cream, but I don't think it would suit his situation.

Yeah, I guess you are right....

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Wait, you haven't seen this game until now?

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Thanks for the recommendations all! Looks like I should be set for a while. Working 17 hour days sucks but at least there are lulls in the action that allow me to do some reading and relax.

WOAH~ What on earth are you doing man?

This is like my working time days before a deadline lol.

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Of course I have. But in case someone didn't. I mean, it's in Humble Weekly now, so it's a good reason to share it. :-P

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I'm really not good at rythm games like this :|

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Originally Posted by AxelCloris View Post

Thanks for the recommendations all! Looks like I should be set for a while. Working 17 hour days sucks but at least there are lulls in the action that allow me to do some reading and relax.

What? You mental, bro?

That's not every day in the week right? That would be positively insane. I thought that a friend of mine who works 70 hours weeks studying was pretty much hitting physical human limits.
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