*This is Part 3 of a 3-Part Post Series. Enjoy!
Read: 10 Recommended Romantic Manga With Strong Female Protagonists (Part 1)
Read: 10 Recommended Romantic Manga With Strong Female Protagonists (Part 2)
This is the third and last set of 10 romance manga in this 3-part series that I personally recommend with strong or talented heroines. Please note that the titles in this list are not limited to the shoujo genre. Enjoy!
10 Recommended Romantic Manga With Strong Female Protagonists (Part 3):
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Slam Dunk, definitely. I want a Slam Dunk with a nicer art style and smoother animation plus I want an anime that adapts the entire manga from beginning till the end.
Hmmmm. Another one would probably be City Hunter, Cat’s Eye, and oh yeah, I want a reboot for Trigun. Now that would be awesome.
How about you? Do you have any anime series that you want to have a reboot?
In the world of mobile gaming, the most popular game today is obviously Pokémon Go. Now that developers have witnessed how people have reacted to the game, more game creators will surely pattern their future titles on Satoshi Tajiri’s magnum opus.
One of Pokémon Go’s most obvious spinoff is the Night Terrors augmented reality game, which is a title that targets horror fans. It uses the same augmented reality concept of Pokémon Go, with the only difference that instead of searching for cute Pokémons, players are met with ghostly images and eerily spooky sounds. If that isn’t terrifying enough, the game also interferes with a phone’s operating system by sending frightening texts and ghastly pictures. The game play takes place at home, after dark, accompanied by headphones, which means it’s ideal for all horror fans out there.
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Many of my blog buddies know how much I love ONE PIECE. If it’s about OP, I’m all about it. But that doesn’t mean that I’m blind to its faults. No, not at all. I do my best, however, to focus on its positives rather than its negatives. For example, when Episode of Sabo was announced, I almost couldn’t contain myself with excitement. I couldn’t wait to watch it. I even predicted that it was going to be the hottest release of August 2015. . .I was wrong. It was mostly good, focusing on the reunion between the 2 brothers, Luffy & Sabo, but it lacked the oomph I initially expected. Read “I Love ONE PIECE But I’m Just A Teeny-Tiny Bit Disappointed With Episode of Sabo“ for my opinions about the TV special.
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Bonjour mes amis! I’m currently on vacation here in Mont-Tremblant, Quebec. So before I go zip-lining, I hereby declare the 4th Fujinsei Blog Carnival officially CLOSED! Thank you very much to all of those who participated. This carnival wouldn’t have been possible without you.
There were a total of 33 entries this time. I’m so delighted to see that there were quite a number of bloggers who participated for the first time. I hope you enjoyed yourselves connecting with our fellow bloggers. Please join us again on the next blog carnival. Thank you very much. And also to the “veterans” who always participate, you don’t how grateful I am to all of you for making this blog carnival not only fun but also meaningful every time. THANK YOU VERY MUCH!
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