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  • Rc

    07 Jul '13

    Ryuushika Ryuushika is similar to Yatsuba&.

  • Chris

    07 Jul '13

    I'm #6 to recommend Nichijou (I only watched the anime). The characters are developed during the really funny skits, making it both entertaining and satisfying to watch.

  • Tsu

    08 Jul '13

    Yotsuba&! is amazing~ I greatly recommend Nichijou as well, for the random and exaggerating laughs. Recently, a really funny anime called Servant x Service came out as well; I'm also recommending Working! by the same creators. All of these are hilarious. Not sure if they have any comics though.

  • Jack

    09 Jul '13

    If you like Yotsuba and Azumanga Daioh you'd probably like Nichijou and Cromartie High School

  • Kevin

    09 Jul '13

    Yotsuba&! is one of my favourite and if you like that, I would read Lucky Star and K-On! Nichijou as well for sure. I think it would give you some cool inspiration!

  • joe

    10 Jul '13

    I just want to say thanks to Li and all the great comments here, I've found several new manga/anime that I would have never otherwise noticed!

  • Érdren

    10 Jul '13

    I've started reading "Goblins: Life Through Their Eyes" recently, and although it takes a couple of pages for it to pick up and find its style, hoo boy, does it get intense from their on out. Per the TV Tropes page: "Goblins: Life Through Their Eyes is a webcomic written, penciled, and colored by Tarol Hunt, nicknamed Thunt, following the adventures of a band of, well, goblins, as they fight off evil adventurers. It's a role reversal of the typical adventure RPG Dungeons & Dragons, though familiarity with the game isn't required to understand what's happening. The main story follows five members of a cannon-fodder goblin tribe (Thaco, Chief, Big-Ears, Complains-of-Names, and Fumbles) who decide to stop being cannon fodder and become Player Characters. A side plot follows a sixth goblin (Dies-Horribly) who goes on a solo adventure arc quite against his will. It features detailed world-building (including quite a few whole-cloth, background creatures with detailed biologies) and characterization, particularly of the villains. One of the goblin characters, Big-Ears, is a rare instance of a truly gentle, heroic and noble paladin, while the paladin status of the most opaque and brutal villain, Kore, thus far is one of the most foreboding mysteries. The comic doesn't give its characters very long to get used to their newfound abilities as heroes. Goblins thrusts its main characters in over their heads almost immediately, locks them into a course of action they can't possibly handle, and then calls into play a series of oddities, Deus ex Machina, coincidences, character-driven actions, more Deus ex Machina, and Chekhov's Guns that collectively get the heroes into a position where they might possibly be able to escape their impossible predicament. Because it didn't seem like they'd get into this much danger this quickly, the story instantly became edge-of-your-seat reading." It's short, and the whole thing could probably be read in a couple of days in an archive binge. It can be found here: http://www.goblinscomic.org/06252005/

  • Érdren

    10 Jul '13

    Oh, wow... so paragraph breaks don't work here. Sorry about the wall of text. Summary is: There's this webcomic called "Goblins", and it's awesome. TV Tropes has a good summary about it if you want to read a bit about it first. It's no particularly long, but gets intense quickly. Comic is here: http://www.goblinscomic.org/06252005/

  • Doko

    11 Jul '13

    Thanks to the people who recommended Nichijou in here, I've been addicted all week... It's a pain not being able to get the intro song out of my head though

  • Dejan

    11 Jul '13

    Hare & Guu

  • joeyjoestar

    11 Jul '13

    Just realizing how much Shoelace is like Jake from Adventure Time!? who do you think would win in a fight?

  • Talia

    12 Jul '13

    +Anima is an obscure one but still one of my favorites

  • T

    19 Jul '13

    Wow you're still growing? Wish I could lol

  • Ela

    25 Jul '13

    Oyasumi Punpun and Nichijou are pretty great!

  • meep

    31 Jul '13

    CHII'S SWEET HOME!! it always makes me think of you and your cat! xD

  • Mal

    03 Aug '13

    A really cute cat manga is Chi's Sweet Home. I really liked it and Yotsuba&! :)

  • daisy

    06 Aug '13

    Yotsuba& and azumanga daioh are amazing! It feels so great to share your taste Hahaha :D

  • Noclof

    07 Sep '13

    If you haven't already, you should check out Questionable Content, Shortpacked, Dumbing of Age and Blaster Nation (all webcomics). In the manga section my favorites are Genshiken, Welcome to the NHK!, Aria (first two Volumes are called Aqua) and Battle Angel Alita. Greetings from Germany!

  • feii

    29 Sep '13

    Yotsuba koiwai~

  • Asparto

    31 Oct '13

    Awesome comics. You and Shoelace are my heroes.

  • Henry

    21 Nov '13

    What happened to your glasses??

  • Ultrabenosaurus

    01 Feb '16

    If you're still welcoming recommendations then check out Akumetsu (political/action) and Prunus Girl (romcom). My two all-time favourite manga.

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