Yes, Master Mosquiton is a great OVA series! It's a bit of a hidden gem, but it's definitely worth checking out if you're a fan of stylish anime with a good sense of humor. The series follows the story of Yurine Himekura, a young girl who is obsessed with becoming immortal. She makes a deal with a vampire named Mosquiton, who agrees to help her find a legendary artifact called the O-Part, which is said to grant eternal youth and beauty. Along the way, they are pursued by a variety of enemies, including the government and a rival vampire clan.
Master Mosquiton is full of great action, comedy, and romance. It's also a surprisingly thought-provoking series, exploring themes such as the nature of immortality and the importance of living in the moment.
If you're looking for a fun and stylish anime series to watch, I highly recommend Master Mosquiton. It's available to stream on Crunchyroll.
As far as anime is concerned, I've been going back and forth between One Piece (currently on Ep. 59) and also rewatching Food Wars (Season 3, Ep. 16). As for last manga I've read, I'm currently on the 5th chapter on Blue Exorcist.
The last manga I read was the first volume of BL Metamorphosis and I absolutely loved it and dropped everything to order the entire rest of the series from my physical library because I couldn't wait for a digital hold to be up on the next volume. It's such a sweet story!
Kinda in the middle of a bunch of things lol, but the most recent stuff has been volumes of The Promised Neverland, Berserk, and some of Tatsuki Fujimoto's non-Chainsaw Man stuff. Next thing I'm gonna read is another collection of Junji Ito's stuff.
It's about a professional killer that has been ordered to put his "career" on hold and live the life on an ordinary citizen. It's a grounded drama/thriller seinen but is also very funny by times - when a guy that has only known killing contracts in his life is forced to to something like getting a regular job, hilarity ensues :P
9/10 . One of the best mangas I've read in recent memory
I most recently finished Delicious in Dungeon by Ryoko Kui, and have been eagerly watching the anime as episodes drop weekly. It's one of my top favorite series ever, and the adaptation is quite good and spot-on.
I am currently in the middle of reading book 3 of Vinland Saga by Makoto Yukimura.