Originally Posted by Brian SD
This was turned into a Korean drama which is super popular. I've never read or had much of an interest in it as I don't really read graphic novels.
I just like this particular one because the name is a word play on a Japanese proverb.
Maison Ikkoku is another one I'm familiar with bet never read (nor watched the animation).
As well-regarded Rumiko Takahashi is, all of her stuff boils down to: Hapless guy stuck in potential romantic situation, then hijinks ensue as situation gets misinterpreted over and over again. Repeat for 50 goddamn volumes. She's a total hack. Maison Ikkoku, Ranma 1/2, One Pound Gospel... pretty much the same shit. Them kids loved Inu Yasha. I'm not going to bother.Naoki Yamamoto
did a mature take on the Takahashi formula called Dance 'Till Tomorrow
that was released by Viz internationally. It's far better, mostly because Yamamoto is a solid storyteller.
Originally Posted by RJman
A cat is fine too.