*looking at old unread threads*
Oh yes, Naruto is good. (Haven't read it in forever though, so I'm not up to date...) The new Skip Beat (volume 38) just came out, so I've been flipping back through the series again for the upteenth time. I think it might legitimately be my favorite manga--I just don't know of any other series that can make me laugh so hard, but is still interwoven with so many moments of real drama. (The only thing I don't like about the series is the advertising...you'd think as far as shojo manga goes, it was a cliche, sugary risque kind. x3 I probably wouldn't have read it if those were all I had to go on. But, I guess that's how they sell manga.) And I feel like I learn quite a bit, not just about how the acting world works, but about character design and how to believable characters come together.
“After all, absolutely no one can help but suspect a criminal, liar, and manipulator of committing crimes, lying, and manipulating. And of course, no one is more aware of that simple fact than Artemis Fowl.”
Opal sets into motion her most diabolical scheme yet, to frame Artemis and turn his closest friends against him. Only this time she has a new calculating partner who knows Artemis better than he knows himself. [An Artemis Fowl fanfiction, set after The Atlantic Complex.]
...Shameless self-advertising, guys! C;
(And if you're really bored: AF fanart. ;J)