My first manga was probably the Dragon Ball, and since then I have been very fond of this medium. I think it is an very intricate, rich yet difficult way to tell stories. Though not very successful, I tried to create my own manga during middle school days.
I usually choose manga based on both artistic styles and stories. It is sometimes very interesting to read long manga series and see how the artist's drawing techniques or understanding of his/her own characters improves over time. Here are some mangas that I love.
open endingstrategy until I learned the real ending during college. However, I don't like the corresponding animes much.
Anime and manga are closely related but also very different media. I have seen some pirated mangas that are just printed screenshots from anime, and they look absolutely horrible. Here is a sample of animes that I like.
archived. It also talks about AI.
There are many more animes that I did not or forgot to mention above. I have long been a fan of animes, probably during my PhD studies is the most anime obsessed period of time for me — I regularly would follow new animes in each week. But nowdays many new animes are really boring so I gradually fall back to the mode that I just irregularly check out interesting new or old animes without following anything.
I mostly play RPGs and a few action RPGs. Here are some of them that I liked.