[ insert evil laughter ]

Hotaru no Hikari by Hiura Satoru

Hotaru no Hikari by Hiura Satoru


Venus ni Arazu by Yoshihara, Yuki

Venus ni Arazu by Yoshihara, Yuki

juu-arts:

I’m really excited about the HxH manga update! But if anyone knows if there’s a site I can read it where they are NOT using stolen fanart (to which they slap their shitty watermarks on) please tell me

Whoops. I sent this answer directly to the OP without realizing it’s apparently causing a lot of folks confusion. The scans you see on other sites with fan art were most likely ripped off of mangastream.com. They have permission to add said fan art to their scanlations and do so to promote artists. The art work is usually submitted to them for usage and never just slapped on without permission. MangaStream is a great group of scanlators that have their own reader that I definitely recommend you check out. They tend to get most of their Jump titles including HxH out loyally every Wednesday along with some other great titles. With more accurate translations then a lot of other places! It’s their hard work so going directly to their site is great to do.

Hoshi wa Utau by Natsuki Takaya

Hoshi wa Utau by Natsuki Takaya

Who the heck got me reading this manga!? -waves fist-

Sometimes I forget how young manga characters are and that I’m usually older then them.

Me too, Ren.

Me too, Ren.

queerpropaganda:

pls read cotton candy love! its a cute oneshot about a lesbian (maybe bisexual?) woman and a little trans girl. its v cute, a lil sad

queerpropaganda:

pls read cotton candy love! its a cute oneshot about a lesbian (maybe bisexual?) woman and a little trans girl. its v cute, a lil sad

rainingcats:

Kakukaku Shikajika is an autobiography of the artist Akiko Hayashi, who also does Kuragehime.

This is a fantastic manga to read if you’re ever feeling confused as to what direction your art is going or if you’ve hit a road block and you don’t know what you’re doing with your life.

If you’ve spent your life dedicated to achieving your dream and then you find yourself at a loss of what to do once you’ve hit a high point, what happens? Or you suddenly lose faith in your ability to do anything??

This is a great manga. It’s lovely, personal, and funny. It’s nostalgic if you’ve felt the same way in the past and extremely relatable if you’re going through an art block/uneasy time in life.