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 No.409

Hello, sushi! Lately I've been craving some really cute moe SOL manga. Can I get some recommendations? (bonus points for 4koma, shoujo-ai, yuri)

Examples: Komi-san, Watamote, Comic Girls, Senryuu Shoujo.

 No.410

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Yuyushiki meets all your criteria, though It's on of the few cases were the anime is better, imo.

 No.411

>>410

That looks like a fun one! Question though, what makes the anime better ?

 No.412

>Komi-san
>Senryuu Shoujo
pretty hard to top these two really.

I like Gal Gohan. Cooking, gyaru, teacher MC, harem.

 No.413

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>>411
The anime perfectly captures the almost dream-like nostalgia of being with school friends and idling away time with no particular purpose in mind.
I also enjoy the manga, but it doesn't build the same kind of mood.

It's the sort of series that's not broadly popular, but some people will absolutely love it.

 No.414

>watamote
>comfy
I found that manga so distressing I had to drop it.

 No.415

>>414
kinda spoiler-ish: That kinda changes in the later chapters

 No.417

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Pretty much everything published in the different Manga Time Kirara magazines is cute moe SOL 4koma.

 No.418

>>417
Oooo awesome thanks ! I need to check that out :3

 No.420

>>417
I didn't realize Gakkogurashi was in Kirara

 No.424

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Hitoribocchi no ○○ Seikatsu is painfully adorable

 No.427

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>>424
This is so great! Thank you for the recommendation.

 No.428

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>>424
I will second this, the anime adaptation is coming out soon as well! I believe it was written by the same guy as mitsuboshi colours.

 No.429

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Madoromi-chan ga Iku was short, but very cute. Quite a bit like Yotsubato.

 No.430

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Sewayaki Kitsune no Senko-san.

Sad middle-aged man gets a comfy kitsune friend. It's just cute.

 No.431

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Wonder Cat Kyuu-chan is really heartwarming, and a lot of the chapters are partially animated.

>>429
>>430
Both of these are really good! Ookami Shounen wa Kyou mo Uso o Kasaneru by the same author as Madoromi-chan is very cute at times, although it's definitely more of a drama. It's a rare romance story with two heroines that has a proper ending too. Best girl wins!

 No.432

>>430
This one's way too cute. I'm having to pace myself so I don't read it all in one night.
>>431
Gonna give Ookami Shounen a try, too.

 No.433

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>>432
Ah, I wish I had done that! I binge-read it and went to sleep feeling cozy, then when I woke up, I realized I had nothing more to read. I'm glad you like it, it's far too under-rated!

 No.434

>>433
I always try to pace myself with stuff that I find really cozy. Spread it out a little so I can feel good every night. :3

 No.435

>>434
I take this to the point where it becomes a problem.
It took me several months to finish watching Jinrui and I've still never finished YKK.

 No.441

>>435
I read YKK in 3 or 4 days while on at an out-of-town training course for work. It was snowing and cold out, so being inside reading is a good memory.



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