You know the deal. Manga version.
Rapidly snowballing to a conclusion as shit hits the fan all over the place and everyone without fail is somehow incredibly awesome and manly, even the women. Except Yoki, but he still does stuff. I can hardly describe just how much more I like this version. Next chapter promises some bit of catharsis I’ve been wanting to see for years. (Not actual dialogue)
Shaman King Kang Zeng Bang
The LONG awaited ending to the inexplicably canceled manga.
Guy gets enrolled in magic academy by mistake as he has no magic powers whatsoever, yet because of his explosive entrance, everyone thinks he’s a super elite genius. An actually awesome school-based shonen “action” manga with a character that wins stuff purely by clever convincing bullshitting and inventive use of limited abilities, is not a moron and has an awesome sidekick. Until chapter 99, where Shonen Jump’s inexplicably retarded policies canceled it even though it was among the best-selling of its middle-profile series. It’s very fun while it lasts though.
Kurono is back, stuff got interesting, all is right with the world. Oku is still a slow fuck though.
Through some miraculous “A Christmas Carol”-kinda development which must have happened circa Volume 6, Ken Akamatsu discovered how to write an actually interesting story with good characters and fun jokes. A severe genre-shift later, it’s become one of my favorite currently running action mangas. Though the fact that I’m sick of Bleach and this does right everything Bleach fucks up probably has a lot to do with it.
Hiatus X Hiatus
The story of how Togashi keeps making retarded excuses related to fictional cancer treatments oddly matching Dragon Quest release dates and hordes of fans still buying his sketch-I-doodled-in-the-bathroom crap. There was something about a kid looking for his father too, but everyone forgot about that already.
Yes, that’s really the title. Loser accidentally gets the queen of hell imprisoned inside his right testicle. If he can keep himself from ejaculating for a month, the world is saved, else it’ll be Armageddon. You can probably guess how the “story” goes. Largely NSFW. So-bad-it’s-good kinda deal.
Oh! Great once again proves that he’s an awesome artist but should really get someone else to write for him, as the actually fun roller skater manga becomes a multi-national secret conspiracy involving artificial humans, space technology and virtual realities. Featuring Barack Obama swapping bodies with a Japanese schoolgirl. I am not making this up.