Recommended anime/manga for me.?


I have read a lot of mangas but the ones I liked the best were Dengeki Daisy, Shinobi Life, and Sukitte Ii na yo, Bokure Ga Ita, Kitchen Princes, Fruits Basket.
Now, I need some recommendations, because I just don’t know where to start. This is where I become Little Miss Difficult! I’m very picky about my manga/anime.
So, here’s what I like and don’t like in a manga/anime:
– If the main character is a girl, I don’t like the girls that are overly clumsy and basically the damsel in distress all the time. I think it’s cute when the boy saves the girl, but it can be overdone very easily. (Avoid series with the same ol’ "girl was about to get raped and the boy of love interest just happened to be walking by and boom! she’s saved." I can only handle so much of those scenes.)
– I can’t enjoy mangas/animes with too much aciton/adventure, Shinobi Life has a good balance for me.
– I can’t jump into series that are too long. One Piece, Naruto, Bleach, all those ships have sailed for me. So if it’s over 100 chapters/episodes, it’s a no.
– I’m into romance, but nothing too shoujo-y. I can handle subtle shoujo.
– Extremely likeable and attractive male characters. This is essential.
– I don’t mind if the anime’s are english dubbed, but if it’s one of those cheap, crappy dubs, where you can literally hear the audio cuts for the voiceovers, don’t recommend it.
– I can handle manwha.
– Mature is okay, but not TOO mature, if that makes sense.
– Only recommend ongoing series if they are getting updated frequently and regularly. It makes me want to rip my hair out when I start getting into a series and then it just stops all of a sudden!
– No yaoi, no yuri. I have nothing against it, honest, I just can’t relate.
– Comedy isn’t a bad genre but, like action/adventure, a balance is needed.
– I like certain types on animation/ illustrations. It’s hard to explain, but I like the way the people are drawn in Dengeki Daisy, Bokura ga Ita, Shinobi Life, and all the other series I listed above. The type of animation/ illustrations I don’t like would be the kind in Ranma 1/2. I have this strange attachment to Ranma 1/2, since it was my very first manga and anime, but I don’t like other manga that is drawn like that.
– One shots are great!
– I hate when the girls boobs are unreasonably large. Just a little pet peeve of mine.
– Ex girlfriends who are insanely jealous of the main heroine, even so jealous the ex girlfriend even attempts to kill the main heroine that’s way too much for me!
– No science fiction.
– Fantasy… eh? Anime/mangas that create a whole new world that I have to learn and understand don’t work well with me. So, subtle fantasy. Like vampires or werewolves. I like vampires and werewolves (:
– They can be sad, but make sure they’re a little happy, please. I’m an optimistic person, go figure!
– If you’re recommending manga, make sure I can read the series on a trust worthy site, like manga fox or manga reader. If you’re recommending anime, make sure I can watch it on sites like zomganime or youtube.
I think that’s it. Big, BIG FAT THANKS to anybody who recommends. I’ve hit a dead spot in my manga reading and anime watching, which makes my heart clench! If someone can recommend any manga/anime that is my literal perfect match, you will be my hero. For those who answer, thank you for taking the time to read the whole question, or at least part of it! I really appreciate it!
Once again, thanks a bunch! (:

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    5 Responses to “Recommended anime/manga for me.?”

    1. Yuki says:

      try going to and go to genre, and check mark love-romance then press search. it shows u the different anime of romance.

    2. epicly awesome says:

      Hm well I recommend reading Millenium Snow since you like vampires and werewolves (You may see a little twilight similarites but this was made before twilght came out and is far better)
      Some others would be:
      Special A
      Arisa (Same Creator who made Kitchen Princess)
      Gakuen Alice
      ^^’ that’s all I could come up with sorry D: if this didnt help

    3. Thanks! you asked a question! :D says:

      woah! :O thast really long just asking for a recomendation! :O
      I would say Onani Master Kurosawa its like death Note :3
      Onani means masturbation. And that’s what this guy is good at. Every day after school, he sneaks into the mostly unused girls bathroom on the 3rd floor, and masturbates. Until one day when he’s caught…

      This is a story of mistakes, redemption, and the choices made in between. It contains the worst and best of the human condition.

    4. Google Earth says:

      Um… Death Note? You’ve probably already watched/read it, though.

    5. Solitia says:

      Lets see~

      Revolutionary Girl Utena- The main character is pretty awesome at fighting and a girl. The only thing you may dislike is it has some lesbian undertones, how far it goes with that I’m not sure I have yet to finish the series myself but I love it.

      Majin Tantei Nogami Neuro- Goes past some stereotypes, has a nice plot, and it’s not like "Homg, lets fight every episode!"

      Speed Grapher- A bit on the mature side, but not horribly. The plot itself is dark, nice action sequences and the character development is great! I’ve hooked a lot of fans with this series and I hope I’m able to do the same to you. -My personal favorite.-

      Basilisk- It’s very on the action side so I can understand if you skip over this one. It’s like… Romeo and Juliet meets ninjas.

      Saiyuki- It has those "pretty boys" I believe you mentioned. Though the downside is the girls in it have big uhm.. "jubblies" Though it doesn’t really focus on those and usually focuses on the male characters. Even the female characters are still tolerable. The world is more fantasy, but you won’t have to learn too much.

      Boogiepop Phantom- More of a mystery anime. It’s interesting if you like series that have different characters in each episode playing through different scenerios.

      The Wallflower- For any shoujo needs you may have, it has more pretty boys and a very tolerable female lead. I’d suggest the manga over the anime though. However, both are great. Also despite its appearance it actually is not Yaoi or Shounen ai.

      Boys Over Flowers- Another Shoujo recommendation, the female lead is pretty cool, but the series gets very drama-ish. Though it has some nice plot twists.

      Chrono Crusade- A darker plot, set in older America. Not TOO much action, but it’s definitely not lacking in it either.

      Princess Tutu- I throw this in as a recommendation to anyone because it’s so underrated and overlooked. It looks cutesy, but the plot gets dark towards the middle and they work in plot twists very well.

      Hope I’ve helped~

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