What are some good comics or manga?

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  1. psunit

    psunit Hail to the Lions

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    Probably the download route. I work overnights and sleep during the day.
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  2. DrugsBunny

    DrugsBunny Sage of Six Paths

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    Where is the anime in terms of the manga?

    I just started watching Shippuden.

    I played the games, I know the basic premise around it. Some many flashbacks kinda explains it too.
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  3. psunit

    psunit Hail to the Lions

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    About 70 chapters difference. The manga is a lot further along. Reason why I went the manga route with naruto
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  4. psunit

    psunit Hail to the Lions

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    Also the anime is a lot less detail in art compared to the manga, but I guess that is usually the case.
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  5. Pyrōsuke Aizen

    Pyrōsuke Aizen Kyōka Suigetsu

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    btw, I haven't forgotten about the Comics list...I just haven't had any free time, and what little I do have I don't really spend online(or enough to compile a proper list)...but next week I should have some time.
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  6. Langford

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    i've been reading a lot more lately. The libraries around here have enough to keep me busy for a while. Just finished 'Superman: Red Son' and 'Chinese Born American', both were great. About to start the Neil Gaiman 'Sandman' series while reading 'Batman in the Forties.' If you're not only interested in fantasy/hero-based stuff, 'Persepolis' and 'Fun Home' are great, too.


    gonna go through as many of the good ones on these lists that i can find.
    Superman Trades
    Batman Trades


    also will soon start reading some of the mangas mentioned in this thread online. probably will start with death note since i've already seen everything based on it.
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  7. Pyrōsuke Aizen

    Pyrōsuke Aizen Kyōka Suigetsu

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    Fuck...I'm never going to get to this list it seems. Langford, do you still have that list I sent you like 2 years ago in your pm inbox?

    But yeah, anything by Neil Gaiman is great, especially the Sandman series. Even went out and bought the 4 Absolute volumes of it...cost a pretty penny.
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  8. Langford

    Langford New Member

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    didn't find it.
    sure it wasn't a post?
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