I read Tsubasa Chronicles as my first manga when I was in 5th Grade. The one who introduced it to me was Alyssa Hernandez, who was very fond of anime, manga, and japan in itself. As a matter of fact, I didn't like manga and anime much until I met her and conversed with her about manga- it was also her who made me want to learn how to draw anime and manga when previously all I drew was fairy tale characters of my own. 3nodding Up until now I am still blearning.... and I guess you could say that I love manga and anime these days! ( Before I met her, I only knew Tsubasa Chronicles, Card captor Sakura, Pichipichiptch, Alice Academy, Inuyasha, and Sailormoon.)wheesweatdrop
My first manga was Fruits Basket and it was also the one that made me spark an interest in manga and anime. I discovered it when I was at a public library and they had Vol. 3 there and I was bored. I started reading this and at first it was like "Wait, what? This is so weird!" and then turned into "This is strangely addictive!" and then "MOREMOREMOREMORE!!!"
Yeah. All my feels heart