Highest rated mangas – part 3 and honorable mentions

I know this is boring. As you can see by the heading this is the third part, now imagine how boring the other two would be. If I did the same thing for anime, it would most probably end in one post or maximum two because I don’t have a lot of anime that I watched but still out of all those anime, I think it’s hard finding a high rated one by me. Ok on to the post, so I have only a few mangas left and even though for some mangas I didn’t give them a high rating I think they still deserve a read.

This is just a short post for two reasons, one is I don’t have any more mangas to write about and two my hand is paining.

My favorite oneshot – Chinmoku Garu no Ritorukurai

Synopsis:

Kohane, a high school student who has a bad pronunciation since she was young. She refuses to talk since she’s been teased by others because of her accent and chooses rather not to, than being laughed at. One day, when Kohane was going to the teacher’s lounge, she meets a senpai who had wounds from a fight and gives him bandages since there was no nurse in the office. Igarashi (the senior) confesses to Kohane and helps out for her English pronunciation contest. The story is about Kohane accepting herself and finding someone who accepts herself with her awkward accent.

The story’s okay and the art is not too bad either but for some reason I really like it. I know that there are more better one shots than this but this is my favorite. More than the plot or the art, I thought that the characters were raelly relatable in the one chapter I read.

Kimi ga Kirai na Koi no Hanashi

Synopsis:

The favourite committee member, Chihiro. The problem child who always skip, Kisaragi-kun gets himself involved by the teacher, and the relationship changes..!! Chihiro was very troubled by the ill mouth and uncooperative Kisaragi, but…!? The favourite committee x handsome delinquent, a heart throbbing school love starts!

Personally I love all the works by Mizuki Sora, she’s also the author of Chinmoku Garu no Ritorukurai. The story’s not too complicated which is nice and I really liked the character development and the artwork.

Our Dining Room

Synopsis:

Eating around other people is a struggle for salaryman Yutaka, despite his talent for cooking. All that changes when he meets Minoru and Tane—two brothers, many years apart in age—who ask him to teach them how to make his delicious food! Yutaka soon finds himself having a change of heart as he looks forward to the meals they share together.

Its heartwarming and a joy to read from start to finish, it’s a feel good manga in every sense and I had a blast reading it.


Yes, that’s all I have. I’m extremely tired right now(because of drawing too much, I’m just kidding). Okay now onto the honorable mentions. Well I’m not going to write for this part because my hands are paining so I’ll only mention the manga names.

Honorable mentions

  • A silent voice
  • All you need is kill
  • Wolf Girl & Black Prince
  • Welcome to the N.H.K.
  • Suki x Suki
  • SKET Dance
  • Rookies
  • Nisekoi: False Love
  • Psyren
  • My Wife Is Wagatsuma-san
  • Kuroko’s Basketball
  • Kiss Yori mo Hayaku
  • I Want to Eat Your Pancreas
  • Honey So Sweet
  • Flat
  • Domestic Girlfriend

That’s it for today, I’m sorry I wasn’t able to post more but don’t worry tommorow I’ll be energetic. Oh and also I’ll post the image of the drawing later.

Thank you for reading.

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