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We are a shoujo-based scanlation group founded on April 20th, 2008. We hope to bring you lots of good manga to read so please support us!

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 Are you keeping your manga nad anime collection?
spriggan
Posted: Dec 31 2009, 08:23 PM


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im keeping my collection so i can show it to my children (if i ever have any) they should see thet thier daddy was (still is) an otaku
butter_sashimi
Posted: Jan 2 2010, 04:05 AM


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I gave up my anime collecting ways and focused on keeping my manga. I prefer the canon storylines more than 100+ eps and fillers
Ashachan7
Posted: Jan 2 2010, 11:29 AM


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I live in Germany manga is my Hobby i invest lots of Money in them of course i keep them to show them to my kids , perhaps if i lose my interrest i am going to give them to younger mangafans 283.gif
snooper226
Posted: Jan 9 2010, 07:00 PM


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I'm planning to keep a manga collection so that I can read my favourite mangas again and again (^_^). But yeah, I would also like to show them to my children someday too. There are many moral and valuable lessons they can learn from mangas, so I believe reading them can help make my children better people.

I don't watch anime, but I would also like to keep an asian drama collection so that again, I can watch my favourite dramas. If any of my friends wanted to watch a drama, I can lend my episodes to them too. ~
michi_misu
Posted: May 4 2010, 03:45 AM


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Back in my home country, I used to collect mangas. any shoujo manga that were released, i bought them since it's not that expensive.

in US, i can't afford buying most of the mangas, so I've to be selective. it had to be really2 good manga and i loved it very much. the mangas that i bought usually are the one that i can read more than once.
sanns
Posted: May 4 2010, 10:12 PM


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Of course I am keeping them! I spent all that money on them! 3.gif
Agehachan
Posted: May 12 2010, 05:12 AM


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I collected manga, I have more 2000 manga books 292.gif
I spend my monthly money for buying mangas, gladly in my country, so many mangas are published. So I can really into my hobbies *otaku mode on* =DD
bunnyteeth
Posted: May 14 2010, 10:55 PM


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I get my manga online or in the library, but I do keep track of the ones I read. Every time I finish a manga, I add it to the list of the mangas I read, so I can always reread them and look back on what I used to read.
nagatachou
Posted: Aug 23 2011, 12:31 PM


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i collect anime series. But I don't really buy manga. I just download them and archive it in my laptop.

If i'll have a lot of money, I will surely buy all my favorite manga.
jennm
Posted: Jul 5 2012, 08:19 AM


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I get the ones I really like and can reread multiple times (and are within the budget).
teaxleaf
Posted: Jul 18 2012, 10:51 PM


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"I'M GOING TO KEEP MY MANGA FOREVER & EVER AND BE BURRIED WITH THEM!" is what my 10yo self thought. I matured, a tad, and decided to keep my favorites which I'd re-read on "those rainy days" and give away the ones I glanced over, because EVERYONE MUST READ MANGA OnO
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