Thanks to the time I had off around the holidays, I read a whole bunch of new manga and manhwa. Most of them, alas, are incomplete... but there were some really good ones.
Sun-Ken Rock: Really enjoying this one. Basically about a Japanese guy who moves to Korea to follow a girl he loves... and then he ends up becoming a gang leader. VERY mature, lots of nudity, blood, death, and violence. I really enjoy the art style (there's an omake where the author does some Trigun spin-offs as well and they look amazing), and the story has been relatively good; it has ups and downs, but overall positive. Reminds me a fair bit of Akumetsu.
Vinland Saga: Actually read this one a while ago, but there are some new chapters out now. Very dark, it's somewhat based on the history of the Vikings and full of action (and lots of blood and violence, as usual). I'm enjoying it, although it slowed down a lot recently with the "farmland" arc.
Addicted to Curry: It's like a more ecchi version of "Yakitate! Japan," but focusing on curry. The manga itself is only slightly more than average, but I loooooove that they have "make this curry dish at home!" recipes in almost every chapter. I need to try some of them...
Btooom!: Survival game manga, a la Battle Royale. A bunch of "normal" people get thrown on an island, armed with explosive devices based on those found in a popular game. They need to gather chips from 8 other people by killing them in order to escape. It's nothing special from any other serving in the genre (and frankly I liked Battle Royale more, as the main character doesn't magically become an amazing combatant), but I look forward to each new chapter. Violent, and a decent amount of fan service, so... again... mature audiences only.
Team Medical Dragon: Pretty decent medical drama. It also has some nudity in it, which honestly I feel detracts from the storyline which is otherwise quite excellent. Reminds me of that game Trauma Center.
Transfer Student Storm Bringer: Kind of a goofy story about a kid who looks really fierce but is actually a wimp. Transfers to a new school, where lots of luck and bluffing keep him from getting pounded into the ground because everyone is convinced he's super strong. I enjoyed it right up to the end of the first "season." I thought it should have just stopped there.
Love in the Mask: Korean story about a girl who is brought in by a businessman and raised as a boy/bodyguard for his granddaughter. Goes on for waaaaaay too long, and then the ending is one of those annoying "And then 5 years later..." deals that I hate so much. I enjoyed it for quite a bit, but the end ruined it for me.
RRR: A manga about a would-be rock star who becomes a boxer. Follows your pretty standard fighting manga format, and I eventually lost interest in it.
Ouroboros: Story following two brothers, one a yakuza and one a police detective, who work together in secret to find and kill the people behind the murder of their parents 15 years ago. Only a dozen or so chapters out so far, but I really enjoyed it. Pretty violent; the brothers have no issue with killing people. Also some nudity, I seem to recall.
Huh, looking over this, it seems obvious that I've gravitated more toward mature manga. Oh well, they're pretty good! I don't necessarily care for anything with nudity or *** (since I don't feel like I can read that at work), but does anyone have any other decent suggestions or new things they've read?