The first time I discovered what a "manga" section meant, with its WIIIIDE shelves of neat, colorful book spines, I was ecstatic. I picked up a paperback GN title with the name "RANMA 1/2." It read just like English GN's in L-to-R format, but it exceeded the expectations I had for being immersed into the world/characters created by Takahashi Rumiko-sensei. Granted I was about 7 years old at the time, and nowadays, I would say my tastes have certainly changed. I went on to acquire all 36 volumes over time, and it certainly is a humorous and rather humongous gathering of characters. Worth a look.
I kind of swayed off the boat of "I-read-a-lot-of-manga" over time and lost interest b'c of personal reasons/life. It was when I discovered Berserk, that I discovered a wonderful series, but became interested in seeking more visceral pieces of manga. Akira, MPD Psycho, Vinland Saga, and even some ero-guro overtime (Suehiro Mauro.) One Piece, Love Hina, and Evangelion were/are all dandy, but as a cynicism in me grew, I found more discretionary/graphic manga like the aforementioned seinen to satisfy my primal need for dark/complex/cerebral storylines.
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