My highest rated manga – part 2

Most of the people who read my last part liked it and they found new and unique mangas or that’s what I think. Anyway after a long relaxing weekend I’m back with part 2. Well there are even more manga than in the first two parts so I think there might be a part 3, anyway let’s start.


Maid-sama

Synopsis:

The class president has a little secret she’s keeping from everyone in her high school… As President of the Student Council, the overachieving feminist Misaki really socks it to the guys in an attempt to make the former all-boys’ school attract a more female student body. But what will she do when the most awesome boy in class finds out Misaki’s part-time job is in a maid café?! It’s love at first fight in this shojo romantic comedy–with a whole new look at the battle between the genres!

After 5 rereads I think I can say this the best rom-com manga I’ve ever read. I don’t really have much to say. Arghhh… this always happens I never know what to say about my most favorites.

Ouran High School Host Club

Synopsis:

One day, Haruhi, a scholarship student at exclusive Ouran High School, breaks an $80,000 vase that belongs to the “Host Club,” a mysterious campus group consisting of six super-rich (and gorgeous) guys. To pay back the damages, she is forced to work for the club, and it’s there that she discovers just how wealthy the boys are and how different they are from everybody else.

Actually this was a manga I didn’t plan to read at all. One morning before leaving to school I thought of continuing a manga I was reading at the time and suddenly I came up against OHSHC and I must say that it was the best morning I’ve ever heard.

Kare Kano: His and Her Circumstances

Synopsis:

Yukino Miyazawa has it all – perfect grades, looks, the admiration of her peers. She’s the #1 student at her school… at least she was until he showed up. The new boy, Soichiro Arima, one-ups her in every department. And the worst thing about it is that he’s sincere! With her ego in jeopardy, Yukino will do whatever it takes to regain the spotlight, but falling in love was never part of it.

It was a unique story to read and I’ll assure you that you’ll definetely love it. I think Takamaki Joker’s review on this series was way better than my one line interview. Check out his blog too for more amazing reviews.

Horimiya

Synopsis:

At school, Kyouko Hori is known for being smart, attractive, and popular. On the other hand, her classmate, the boring, gloomy Izumi Miyamura tends to get painted as a “loser fanboy.” But when a liberally pierced and tattooed (not to mention downright gorgeous) Miyamura appears unexpectedly on the doorstep of secretly plain-Jane homebody Hori, these two similarly dissimilar teenagers discover that there are multiple sides to every story…and person!

This is not really your typical romance manga because there’s very less manga and more normal life. The one thing I like about horimiya is the display of all the characters I mean there are bascially no side characters and there are only main because each character appears on each chapter and it’s really fun watching all the characters grow.

The Kawai Complex Guide to Manors and Hostel Behavior

Synopsis:

Thanks to his parents’ job transfer, Usa has to live on his own. The problem is, his new place is full of weird people, and the upperclassman he admires is one of them…? A teenage romance comedy that’s heavier on the humor, not so much on the romance!

This is a manga that definetely caught my attention on the first chapter. At first I thought this was like those harem mangas like Love hina or Ai yori Aoshi but it definetely wasn’t like that but it was way better than that. Bokura wa Minna Kawai-sou is a very soothing manga that catches your attention through comedic and romantic events and I think you’ll love it.

Wake up, Sleeping Beauty

Synopsis:

Despite being a scaredy-cat and crybaby, high schooler Tetsu Misato finds himself working at the eerie estate on the hill, where Shizu—the only child of the Karasawa family—is secreted away. However, his friendship with Shizu quickly turns to fear when several spirits of the dead appear before him, borrowing her appearance. As he struggles to find the humanity in her supernatural condition, Tetsu must also face a question at once terrifying and heartbreaking: What if the true Shizu never returns?

Read my full review here.

Hajime no Ippo

Synopsis:

Makunouchi Ippo has been bullied his entire life. Constantly running errands and being beaten up by his classmates, Ippo has always dreamed of changing himself, but never has the passion to act upon it. One day, in the midst of yet another bullying, Ippo is saved by Takamura Mamoru, who happens to be a boxer. Ippo faints from his injuries and is brought to Takamura boxing gym to recover. As he regains consciousness, he is awed and amazed at his new surroundings in the gym, though lacks confidence to attempt anything. Takamura places a photo of Ippo’s classmate on a punching bag and forces him to punch it. It is only then that Ippo feels something stir inside him and eventually asks Takamura to train him in boxing. Thinking that Ippo does not have what it takes, Takamura gives him a task deemed impossible and gives him a one week time limit. With a sudden desire to get stronger, for himself and his hard working mother, Ippo trains relentlessly to accomplish the task within the time limit. Thus Ippo’s journey to the top of the boxing world begins.

The first manga I’ve read after a long break in 2019 and I’m glad it was Hajie no ippo. The fights, man the fights, the fights are the main things that makes this manga really stand out. There is literally every single genre in this manga there’s comedy, action, boxing and rom-com(few chapters). This is a great sports manga to read right now.

Rainbow days

Synopsis:

Nijiiro Days follows the daily lives of four high school boys: the hopeless romantic Natsuki Hashiba, the sadist Keiichi Katakura, the playboy Tomoya Matsunaga, and the smart otaku Tsuyoshi Naoe. Even while constantly struggling in their studies, they spend their days goofing around and having romantic misadventures.

On Christmas Eve, however, Natsuki is dumped by his girlfriend. While crying alone, he receives a pack of tissues from a girl wearing a Santa Claus costume, and, in return, gives her the scarf originally meant for his ex-girlfriend. As the holidays end and Natsuki returns to school, he finds out that the girl is named Anna Kobayakawa—who luckily goes to the same school as him! Having fallen in love with Anna, Natsuki aims to get closer to her, despite his friends interfering with his plans.

Read my full review here.

Scum’s wish

Synopsis:

Hanabi Yasuraoka and Mugi Awaya are two high school students who appear to have the ideal relationship. They are the envy of their classmates, and it is easy to portray them as the classic example of high school sweethearts. Unbeknownst to friends and family, however, there is a side to their love veiled by hidden passions: their true affections lie elsewhere, and they use each other to physically sate their unreciprocated feelings.

Hanabi is in love with Narumi Kanai, her new homeroom teacher who is also her childhood friend. Mugi is in love with Akane Minagawa, who used to be his tutor when he was younger. Now teachers at the same school, Kanai and Minagawa begin to show an interest in one another. As a result, Mugi and Hanabi find solace in each other as victims of the same pain.

Unrequited love is a tragic circumstance with no simple resolution. It comes in many forms, yet each one shares the same debilitating feeling of inconceivable longing. I gave this manga a high rating because the story, the art and the characters are all amazing but for some reason I can’t really bring myself to like it, either way it was a good read.

Fushigi Neko no Kyuu-chan

Synopsis:

The cute Kyuu-chan is a wonder cat. Dance, sing, be happy together!

This is probably the cutest manga you’ll ever read. Kyuu-chan doesn’t behave like a normal cat and is very affectionate towards his owner. After reading the first chapter, I knew this was going to be so amazing.

Kawaii hito

Synopsis:

Hanazono is a 27-year old young man who runs a flower shop. Unfortunately, he’s not pretty or beautiful like the flowers at all! Everyone is afraid of Hanazono because of his eyes. But the truth is, he’s actually a really nice person. His miserable life all changes when he meets Suzuka Hiyori, a beautiful young college student. She wants to be his girlfriend! Wait, what? Follow the tale of this adorable couple in Kawaii Hito!

I just recently discovered this manga and I totally loved it. The characters are sooooo cute. They’re blushing faces are even making me blush, my most favorite thing in this manga is the characters especially Hanazono, for a man he’s so cute and I know Hiyori will agree with me.


Well that’s all I have for today, oh and I have a lot of thinking for my next post because Iridium eye reviews just tagged me for the Unpopular opinions tag and you know me criticizing something is really hard for me, that’s why I only choose good manga/anime to review. Anyway that’s all.

Thanks for reading.

2 comments

    • Rainbow days is my favorite rom-coms of all time. I really liked the different types of romance between all the eight characters. It’s also really cute.
      Personally I really loved it and I think you’ll love it too😊.

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