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    virtuaman is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    I always recomend FMA to all my friends =3,
    OnePiece and Eyeshield21 are nice to read too, but they dont have any romance.

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    AtrumIncendia is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    Quote Originally Posted by virtuaman View Post
    I always recomend FMA to all my friends =3,
    OnePiece and Eyeshield21 are nice to read too, but they dont have any romance.
    What romance, all we ever see is Winry putting herself out and Ed is too prude to do anything.

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    Arghh...I think no shounen manga is as good as FMA right now...can't recommend you anything...

    But my personal fave is D.Gray-man...awesome action, the best thing in that manga is its actions, the enemy won't wait for the protagonists to unleash their secret power, unlike shounen manga commonly...and Claymore...shame the man's claymore era is over...or I might join one...

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    mab001 is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    vegabond pwn almost all manga i have read and of course the best ever OP

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    After reading these responses it looks like I'll have to give monster a try.

    Anyway, no other manga I have read has been as consistently good as FMA, some have been better at certain arcs (Golden Age arc in Berserk, First Half of Death Note, Water 7 Arc in One Piece), but all those manga have quite a few portions weaker than FMA. As for general quality I'd say Death Note, D.Gray Man, Claymore, Berserk, and One Piece are all really solid manga.

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    windshadow is offline Senior Member Frequent Poster
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    I found D. Grayman boring after some time. Admittedly, the art got better, but the story seems to have went downhill. But, i've only read till the part when rabi was stuck in the river or something and kanda 'died', so cant really say much about it either. Only manga i still avidly read currently is FMA. Yumeken would've been awesome, but the scanlators stopped. Sigh.

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    Piņa is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Well, It doesn't have anything to do with Full Metal Alchemist, but seeing how quite a lot of people have recomended monster, I think I should recommend 20th century boys. It's from the same author of Monster, and even though it can get REALLY confusing with all those time jumps (The story covers around 50 years or so, constantly switching between different periods), I liked it far more than Monster. And I liked Monster a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piña View Post
    Well, It doesn't have anything to do with Full Metal Alchemist, but seeing how quite a lot of people have recomended monster, I think I should recommend 20th century boys. It's from the same author of Monster, and even though it can get REALLY confusing with all those time jumps (The story covers around 50 years or so, constantly switching between different periods), I liked it far more than Monster. And I liked Monster a lot.
    I could just find out myself, but what is Monster about. I've heard good stuff about it, but I've never heard what it's about.

    And Jesus, there are nice moderators in this section.
    Want to be unique? Be my BUDDY! XD DON'T BE A STATISTIC!!!

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    Monster is about Japanese doctor, which lives in germany and performs a brain surgery on young boy....and then complication comes. Psychological manga, no fantasy no paranormal powers.

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    Piņa is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Just for the record, 20th century boys is about an obscure sect led by a mysterious man only known as 'friend', who wants to take over the world. Somehow, it seems 'friend' is connected to the hero's childhood, so he'll try to stop him and save the world. The story jumps constantly, first only between the hero's adult (present?) life and his childhood times, then adding new time frames as the story develops.

    Oh, and there are some sort of mental powers introduced at some point, but they have no real use aside from the development of the plot. Literally said: 'I can bend spoons. So what use has that?'

 

 
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