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Greetings fellow Otaku! You can call me Sailor Lochan πŸ™‚ Check out featured manga recommendations below ⬇️⬇️

Death Note

Light Yagami is a promising high school student set to go to a prestigious univeristy. When he encounters a mysterious notebook from the Shinigami realm, he learns that the notebook possesses the power to kill by simply writing a person’s name in it. Light takes it upon himself to use the book as a force for good cleansing the world of all criminals.

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Written by: Tsugumi Ohba

Illustrated by: Takeshi Obata

First Published: 2003

Volumes: 12

Genre(s): Shōnen, supernatural, mystery, thriller

My Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Death Note is an amazing anti-hero story. I love the polarising nature of Light’s character and the gripping suspense of the plot.

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The Dungeon Of Black Company

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Kinji Ninomiya is a NEET living a comfortably wealthy life in his penthouse and spending his free time mocking everyday individuals who work and struggle to make ends meet. Then one day, he is magically transported to the parallel world; Amuria, where he is forced into slave labour alongside demi-human monsters, goblins and vampires in the Detmolt mines. The only way out of his plight in this twisted world is to make his fortune whatever the cost.

I found the animation of the humanoid creatures in this manga to be very expressive and enjoyed the moments of light humour, such as Rim’s constant threats to eat Kinji. This manga is very fast paced and action packed to the brim!

Wotakoi: Love Is Hard For Otaku

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Narumi and Hirotaka are work colleagues with very unique interests. Narumi is a fujoshi otaku which means she enjoys homo-erotic manga. Hirotaka is an unapologetic game otaku who unlike Narumi doesn’t try to hide his love for video games and often slips game references into his everyday exchanges. Wotakoi is the hilarious story about these pair of misfits struggling to find love.

Wotakoi is great fun to read with tons of light humour and an interesting look into the social disjointedness of the otaku fandom.


Thanks for stopping by! Have you read any of these manga? Let’s talk in the commenst!! (qβ™₯β€Ώβ™₯q)

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