Where do you read manga (Online)?

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08-08-2015, 11:22 PM
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I mostly use Batoto for all the stuff since the quality of pages is really high there. There are plenty of series unavailable there, especially since Naver told them to remove all their webtoons, but I still read on Batoto if I find a series I want to read there.

For the mangas which are unavailable, I use Kissmanga, simply because it has an option to allow you to read in a long strip mode. I hate clicking the page every time I'm done reading it. Better load a chapter and be done with it =3=.

For webtoons, I just use Naver's official website, LINE Webtoon.

So, where do you read manga?

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08-08-2015, 11:50 PM
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I've only used http://www.mangareader.net/ -- boi.

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08-10-2015, 04:06 PM
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I mostly use mangafox or mangareader.net, occasionally proxer.me (German website) too.

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08-10-2015, 11:09 PM
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(08-10-2015, 04:06 PM)Chione Wrote: I mostly use mangafox or mangareader.net, occasionally proxer.me (German website) too.

Most of the people hate Mangafox because it literally steals stuff from the scanlators, but I hate it more for its community. Its really really hard to find a good manga after you're done with most of the popular ones. The 'sort by popularity' is just horrible in there. There, a manga just needs to be ecchi/adult and harem to be popular which actually pushes down the mangas with a good story and premise. I literally needed to go to the 10th or 15th page to actually find a good manga.

Its not a bad site for just reading though, except the fact it makes money by stealing others' works. I'm not too involved with the mangareader.net though I've heard of it being popular many times.

Just a general question -- Where do you find new mangas to read? As in, do you take suggestions from your friends or go out hunting in the forums, etc?

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08-11-2015, 03:57 AM
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(08-10-2015, 11:09 PM)Bakanyan Wrote:
(08-10-2015, 04:06 PM)Chione Wrote: I mostly use mangafox or mangareader.net, occasionally proxer.me (German website) too.

Most of the people hate Mangafox because it literally steals stuff from the scanlators, but I hate it more for its community. Its really really hard to find a good manga after you're done with most of the popular ones. The 'sort by popularity' is just horrible in there. There, a manga just needs to be ecchi/adult and harem to be popular which actually pushes down the mangas with a good story and premise. I literally needed to go to the 10th or 15th page to actually find a good manga.

Its not a bad site for just reading though, except the fact it makes money by stealing others' works. I'm not too involved with the mangareader.net though I've heard of it being popular many times.

Just a general question -- Where do you find new mangas to read? As in, do you take suggestions from your friends or go out hunting in the forums, etc?

Well, I guess it's just natural that the popular sites have all these perverts and lolicons lingering around. It's okay though if one just searched for a specific manga.

There are all kinds of methods I use when I search for manga. The one I use the most is probably the "Recommendations" on Myanimelist.net. It makes it easy to find manga that are kinda similar. I also read mangas that are all from the same author a lot. Reading mangas that were all translated by the same person usually works too. And if I'm really desperate, then I always read some random shoujo mangas, cause for me, shoujo mangas are love, shoujo mangas are life ♡

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08-11-2015, 04:20 AM
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(08-11-2015, 03:57 AM)Chione Wrote: Well, I guess it's just natural that the popular sites have all these perverts and lolicons lingering around. It's okay though if one just searched for a specific manga.

There are all kinds of methods I use when I search for manga. The one I use the most is probably the "Recommendations" on Myanimelist.net. It makes it easy to find manga that are kinda similar. I also read mangas that are all from the same author a lot. Reading mangas that were all translated by the same person usually works too. And if I'm really desperate, then I always read some random shoujo mangas, cause for me, shoujo mangas are love, shoujo mangas are life ♡

I use similar methods, though I use the MALgraph more. Once you have a certain number of series in your manga list/anime list, you can get computer generated recommendations which match your favorites genres, etc. It also informs you of the other series in a franchise you're reading, so its pretty handy for me.
User recommendations also count, but sometimes they tend to go wrong.

I checked the Aoharu X Kikanjuu page on MAL and it seems quite a lot of people have said that its similar to Ouran Highschool Host Club. Although apart for the main character being a reverse trap, there's really not much similarity. Still good, nonetheless.

Just wanted some opinions, since I sometimes run out of mangas. Hope the MALgraph helps you check some stuff before you jump on random shoujo mangas XD. I haven't tried the same translator method, but thinking about it now, it  must be effective because most of the translators only translate what they like. So if I like a translated work, I'll also probably like the others, huh?

Thanks for the idea~

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08-22-2015, 11:46 AM
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I download manga using domdom software.
My internet connection will never support me if I were to read it online :D
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11-20-2015, 09:46 PM
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Mangafox is the worst possible site for reading manga. Batoto is a little better because the images aren't resized like on mangafox, but now they are forcing you to make an account.
I download all of my manga, It's way better that way.
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12-23-2015, 01:10 AM
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To be honest, I wished I could download manga easily, so sometimes I use a mobile app on my Android devices. Though I usually prefer Mangahere. Sadly I wished I didn't have to resort to those sites due to them retardly putting ads EVERYWHERE. I understand in the case of making ad revenue, but do you have to make it more harder for navigating through a manga with a slight variance of lag.
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12-23-2015, 02:32 AM
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i also download my manga from a p2p site
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12-24-2015, 05:23 PM
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I just download from nyaa or web-readers through hakuneko, then run them through Kindle Comic Converter (KCC) for my ereader.
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01-01-2016, 11:53 AM
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Mangapanga because i just follow like two mangas and i can't seem to finish Aiki for whatever reason.