Himouto Umaru chan
Magi (and its spinoff)
Kono Bijutsubu ni wa Mondai ga Aru!
Shokugei no Shoma
To Love Ru Darkness
Akame Ga Kiru
One Punch Man
Nanatsu no Tazai
Shinmai Maou no Keiyakusha
Hayate the Combat Butler
Masamune kun no Revenge
Sora no Otoshimono
Madan no Ou to Senki
Mahou Shougo of the End
Shingeki no Kyojin (and spinoff)
Tonari no Seki Kun
Samurai Ragazzi - Sengoku Shounen ... Kenbunroku
And many more. -_-
Just read Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Volume 5 after getting the thing in Kmart and getting the card that was in it.
Reading Naruto, Bleach, One Piece, Toriko, Fairy Tail, To Love Ru Darkness and Pokemon Adventures.
Just got caught up on Freezing and I have to say, I'm torn between loving the series, and wanting to just drop it all together. A classic example of so many good things, but a lot of bad weighing it down but not necessarily killing it. For now, I will continue it, but I feel like just one more bad turn could have me dropping the series.
On another note, I am absolutely in love with the art style in this series. With a series having a large focus on female characters, there is always alot of pressure to not only have the girls drawn beautifully, but also give each of them their only distinct look so that you aren't essentially drawing the same character and this series does that beautifully. The girls are drawn beautifully and their designs feel unique but also consistent with the world the it is written in without having to resort to extremes.
Not to mention, Satellizer el Bridgette is probably THE most beautiful girl I have ever seen put to manga.
To-Love-Ru also has really good female designs (Oshizu is mah ghost waifu.) and is really the only manga besides its sequel that I've really read a lot. Although, I did read through my cousin's Pita-Ten collection and her giant Azumanga Daioh book. Recently started on Fruits Basket.
Oh holy God, I saw 20th Century Boys here and I nearly had a freaking heart attack. I love Naoki Urasawa!
I'm yet to read Billy Bat or Yawara! but either of those is probably going to be my next read after I finish getting caught up on Pokemon Special.
But yeah, I just finished 20th Century Boys, and Monster is my all-time favorite work of fiction. Pluto is also fantastic.
I could go on for years about it, but yeah, Naoki Urasawa is incredible.
In other news, I'm like half-way through One Piece (it's so long!) and I just started Pokemon Special. Dear lord, I might also re-read Monster, I'm ridicuously excited about it now.