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  1. The Jewel of Life
    March 1st, 2010 09:45 PM
    The Jewel of Life
    As an answer to your question; yes, this is totally acceptable.
  2. Mika
    October 12th, 2009 12:07 PM
    Oh lol. XD You were quoting me so I assumed it was to me. Silly me, and you needn't push yourself Kogenta. <3 I know you're busy.
  3. Mika
    October 12th, 2009 09:34 AM
    <3 hey feel free to pm me those critiques if you'd like~
  4. Drew
    June 10th, 2009 11:22 PM

    Is your username from Onmyou Taisenki? o.o
  5. Phanima
    April 2nd, 2009 03:33 PM
    My mistake. *scratches head* I've been talking to people about a lot of manga recently, I just got everyone muddled up.

    And Yukiteru will do that to you but he does get better. To be honest though, I only really stuck it out because I wanted to see how the other diaries worked. I do like Minene though, the 9th diary holder iirc.

    I didn't mind Fukunaga's baldness actually, but I'm glad he decided to go full trans again. (^~^)
  6. Phanima
    April 1st, 2009 02:22 PM
    Sorry, I meant To Aru Majutsu no Index. You recommended it. :D

    And I'm actually reading Mirai Nikki too. I would've suggested it but the main character's personality annoyed me so much that I felt like dropping it. It wasn't until the last few chapters that I started not to hate him. (^~^);
  7. Phanima
    March 27th, 2009 12:58 AM
    You should post a new VM. *didn't notice edit at first*

    Anyway, what happened? Five new chapters just came out. (o3o) Guess they wanted to wrap up the third round, which I suppose is fair enough, since the fourth is sounding wonderfully diabolical. Although, I'll admit now and not just to brag that I had a suspicion that Akiyama had already won when Hasegawa returned with the money to the North. Just something about that page and the continuing lack of screen time the South got in the game, clinched it for me.

    And yes, although not exactly shock-horror material, Uzumaki was wonderfully disturbing. I believe there's also another manga by the same author called 'Gyo'. Uses the similar concept of disturbing its readers.

    Oh, and I also started on Index (3 chapters in) and it reminds me a bit of Veritas, high schoolers with scientific enhanced powers. It's interesting.
  8. Phanima
    March 19th, 2009 03:11 AM
    I was actually wondering about that too. Akiyama might've told the bald guy just to agree with Yokoya's questioning and may have actually persuaded him to formulate another plan. Of course, now I'm just speculating.

    And I practically scour the internet for good horror manga. Unfortunately, there's not a lot out there really.
  9. Phanima
    March 18th, 2009 03:11 AM
    I just finished reading chapter 51. I'm going to go ahead and spoil it, so if you don't want to know, just skip to the next paragraph. xP All through it, I had an inkling that Shibayama wouldn't confess and that the South's plan would actually work, but I should've known better than to expect the easy way out. Then again, at least it presents another opportunity for Akiyama to come back.

    And I've never heard of Spiral before, although at first I was thinking it had something to do with Uzumaki (a horror manga about spirals). I'll take a quick skim over the first few chapters to check it out though. And also, "One missed call" is another short series (2 chapters). It has psychological elements but is more or less swayed towards the horror spectrum.
  10. Phanima
    March 15th, 2009 01:25 PM
    I pretty much ignored her back-story as well, since being a hypnotist is rather a standard fare occupation for a a lot of characters in manga nowadays.

    And they've released chapter 50 of Liar Game on One Manga. As for Death Note, I don't want to sound like a raving fanboy, but if you're into psychological thrillers, you should definitely give it a read through.
  11. Phanima
    March 15th, 2009 06:29 AM
    I agree, the catchphrase was a nice touch but personally, I've always discounted hypnotism, it just feels like a cop out.

    And I started reading Liar Game today and got up to the latest chapter. I couldn't stop reading, it's just really engrossing. (owo) Great find. I'd say it's almost comparable to Death Note, it just lacks a certain...quality. Maybe it's the severity of dying that gives the latter more impact.
  12. Phanima
    March 14th, 2009 06:02 PM
    I suspected everyone at one point or another, though I seriously thought Rei was dead when I first saw her. I adored the ending though.

    There's not enough psychological manga out there. (=3=)
  13. Phanima
    March 14th, 2009 04:02 PM
    Wasn't it? Did you expect who was behind it? I was thrown off a few times honestly, but I had the right hunch.
  14. Phanima
    January 30th, 2009 06:09 AM
    Yup, Rabbit Doubt, that's the one and definitely worth a read, if not for the psychological mind games, then at least for the spanking art. (=v=) And I'll have to check out this online game, sounds interesting itself.
  15. Phanima
    January 29th, 2009 04:29 AM
    Koga-koga! I've been catching up on a manga called Doubt and similarly enough I've been reading up on Pleasure Cruise. Any connection between the two?

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  • About Kogenta
    Whatever/whoever I am or am not, you may know it because I live it--not because I tell it.
    Not telling my interests, paradoxes, anime (Zoids, Yu Yu Hakusho, Flame of Recca, Onmyou Taisenki, Get Backers, etc.), drawing, reading, creating music videos, RPing, being uninteresting
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