So I've been on a spree.
I've finished up Saturn Apartments, I'm all caught up on JoJo, I'm waiting for new Hunter x Hunter, I finished up my beloved Princess Knight for the millionth time, I don't think I can go through Oyasumi Punpun AGAIN right now and I'll be dead before I catch up on Hajime no Ippo. I'm look'n for a shiny new manga I can pour my heart and soul into. Mah heart and soul!
I just crawled out of the unexpectedly emotional pit that is Pluto, so I'm really feeling more of a "Swords and Capes, RAAAH" thing right now. I would love a suggestion! Please!
PS: If you see Not Simple by Natsume Ono on sale, buy it. I barely got over it.
Fairy Tail, Death Note, One Piece, Battle Royal, Blue Exorcist, Soul Eater, Sword Art Online, Noragami, Tokyo Ghoul... Each of these are both manga and anime.
?237 pages of Manga titles with about 50 titles for each page. 11,850-ish total Manga titles. Free with ads on the edges if you want to use it, but nothing you have to see before reading the manga itself.
There's also Kissanime.ru/AnimeList which has 138 pages of 50 anime titles per page, which totals to roughly around 6,900, but that's including duplicates with subs and dubs. Also free, with ads on the edges that you don't even have to glance at to get to the anime itself.
They're both updated with the latest stuff as soon as possible. Dunno about the manga one, but the anime one is updated episode by episode as it comes out.
Scott Pilgrim, Naruto, Rosario + Bampire
I am currently reading Otogi Zoshi and am thoroughly enjoying it. That is my suggestion for you!
1. (noun) A rightly good book whomst t'was authored by Endethmeisterre
Zounds! Necromancer be a rightly good booketh!
2. (noun) One whomst necromances verily indeedly
?I sayeth! Flamezfury doth necromance this threadeth with zest and zealeth, and shalt be flogged until morale doth improveth!?
3. (verb) To rightly do a thingeth in a waye that doth remind thee of the style or method of Necromancer. 'Tis not an actualle word, but a fictionalle interpretayssion to add notte a little dyeversitie to Ye Olde Dictionarie, for the intreste of yonguerre generrationnes.
Forsooth! Flamezfury didst not rightly Necromancer that posteth.