Title: i liked it but now...
longo - February 15, 2009 03:41 PM (GMT)
has it ever happened to you?i mean in the past there was a manga that you really liked but after some volumes you had started to hate it...caused by a bad story line or a way that a certain mangaka had decided to continue her manga...in my opinion it was Koukou debut...at first i really liked it...but now i think that the mangaka has no idea how to continue the story...i think that it becomes a little boring(ehm...sorry for my bad english)
feroch - February 15, 2009 04:44 PM (GMT)
A perfect example is Parfait Tic. It was good before Ichi became all wishy wshy and a wimp, and the main character became a crybaby. It's like the author couldn't figure out what to do with the plot so she threw in this plot twist, but I mean who cares?
Another one is probably Special A? It was good in the beginning, but it's just dragging out so long... I got tired after maybe the first 10 chapters?
polarpotterbear - March 29, 2009 10:50 PM (GMT)
Hmm.. I think this happens to mangas where things are moving too slowly... or more like they got together, and then... that's it... like, nothing else is happening!
Rainy - March 31, 2009 09:46 PM (GMT)
Yes, it has happened to me. I agree with feroch about Parfait Tic. It was really interesting then I lost interest. Mainly because the girl (forgot what her name was..) was just jumping back and forth between the guys..
amiko - April 13, 2009 02:42 PM (GMT)
yeah...that has hapend more then ones.
it gets too long or the story line gets bad...then i dont whant too read it anymore.
i get some what sad too but thats how it is some time.
momei - May 3, 2009 05:54 AM (GMT)
yeah, it happened to me also. I think its fruit basket. I just stop reading it
cha kawai - May 7, 2009 05:25 AM (GMT)
yeah, me too, for example naruto maybe
becca - September 18, 2009 01:24 PM (GMT)
yeah...I get that a lot. some mangas is like a drag. there's too many of them for me to list. I read some for the heck of it becuz i started, so might as well finish it. and there's like some "Oh my g0d this is crap!" and i stop reading it.
And there's like some "What?" it just end leaving you hanging, expecting more to the ending.
xxsakuxx - September 23, 2009 12:52 AM (GMT)
yea ive had this happen to me before
especially with yuu watase mangas
like ceres i was totally addicted to it
the it was like she didnt know what to do with it
after aya and touya did it
ahhh~ i was really disappointed
DarkeAOU - September 24, 2009 08:32 PM (GMT)
That's basically my experience with Vampire Knight. I liked it up until Volume 7, and then they started to make it painful. And two chapters into Volume 10, I was wondering what was left--they just murdered all of my hopes of an HEA ending. There is a new chapter out and translated...I am trying to build my courage up to look at the first page.
Aside from that, I have an on-again off-again relationship with Naruto. I read it because I'm writing Naruto fanfiction and I want to know how completely off base I am...and also to stalk Sasuke. But there are weeks when I ignore the series completely, pick it up again out of boredom and scream because it is following my plot twists.
I read Flowers of Evil until like two or three chapters before the series ended because something sad/stupid happened. (I should have been expecting this; it was a tragedy manhwa.)
Other than that, if I have more, I've forgotten them. They're already deleted off my hard drive and waiting for me to stumble across them again on MangaFox.
fortunecookie - October 6, 2009 02:38 AM (GMT)
the wallflower and special a
they got dragged on for so long, and the storylines just because repetitive and it wasn't like it was going anywhere... i think they should have been ended a long time ago
quitlater2 - January 13, 2012 06:25 AM (GMT)
I'd say (although this is a manhwa ) savage garden (loved it but the ending and the fact that the mangaka did something that I didn't like (not gonna spoil it for those who want to check it out) at the end made me kind of dislike it. (I was expecting such a great ending and it left me hanging..)
mangawise..ice forest or something like that..
Mini_Twilight - April 28, 2012 04:43 AM (GMT)
I have to agree with The Wallflower (aka Perfect Girl Evolution), it started off okay and then 50 chapters in, still little development. That's around where I stopped reading, I hear it's still ongoing.
Usagi Drop was also a little disappointing, the story was so nice until the mangaka made that love line T.T