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Books, Comics, and Manga that will make you consider electronics instead.
This wiki contains articles about abysmal books, comics, and manga. Not all written material will be high-quality masterpieces. There will be those books, comics, and manga series which are of low quality, due to bad writing, convoluted or generic plots, and just propaganda.
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Fearless - A series of teen books that just got worse as it went on.
End Game - A confusing story that stuffed Princess Sally into the fridge, and almost proved to be a disappointing end to the series.
Avengers Issue 200 - A celebration of the Avenger's 200th issue that everyone regrets.
Twlight - The infamous tale of vampires, reader inserts, and abuse.
Holy War (Uncanny X-Men) - A story arc with poor research on religion and Catholicism in particular.
Michael Jackson Was My Lover: The Secret Diary of Jordie Chandler
Fifty Shades of Grey - A bad Twilight fanfiction made bestselling novel.
Ctrl+Alt+Del - An awful webcomic that will make you want to do the keyboard shortcut in the title.
Uncanny X-Men (Chuck Austen run) - The most infamous part of the X-Men series.
Mai Chan's Daily Life - The title definition of trying to be desperately edgy.
Sonichu - A bad webcomic with juvenile artwork and a laughably bad story.
Marvel's New Warriors Announcement - Read about Marvel Comics' announcement for The new New Warriors vol. 6.
Ultimatum - the comic that killed the Ultimate Marvel universe.
Magical Girl Site - A very misfortunate spin-off to Magical Girl Apocalypse that tries to be like Puella Magi Madoka Magica, but fails by relying too much on exaggerating cruelty and suffering.
Magical Girl Site (second half) - A manga so bad, it's own second half has it's own page.
The Devil's Boy - A very mean-spirited, yet soulless manhwa where a bullied kid makes a deal with the devil.
UnOrdinary - The webcomic that features superpowered people who abused them along with a bunch of bullies that are all over the place in every chapter.
Plunderer - A convoluted fantasy manga with an inconsistent tone and poor attempts at tragedy.
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Double Down - A bad book from an otherwise great franchise that doesn't even have it's main story come in until the end.
The story arc that is controversial for the Green Goblin's true motivations of Gwen Stacy's death.
One More Day - The storyline that started the dark ages of Spider-Man, by having him make a deal with Mephisto.
CountryHumans Lesbian One Shots - The Country Human fanfiction that has a unlikable character that treats the Empire of Japan like trash.
All-Star Batman And Robin, the Boy Wonder - The comic that is infamous for having the Goddamn Batman kidnapping Dick Grayson, Age 12, and causing a major blow to Frank Miller's career.
U19 - A Manga with a generic Kids vs Adults plot that crams many different plotlines at once, and it's legacy became to Jump readers as jokes whenever a new series do poorly in rankings.
Holy Terror - An Islamophobic comic that nearly destroyed Frank Miller's reputation.
Avengelyne/Glory: The Godyssey - A bizarre religious comic that's more Lefeildian than Holy.
Domestic Girfriend - A poorly written Romance Manga with scenes that fell like filler and to put the icing on the top a godawful ending.
Dork Diaries - A Diary of a Wimpy Kid rip-off that always recycles the same basic plot and has terrible morals.
X Adventure of Y Series - A group of Fanfictions that claims it as a film when its just a copy-paste footage from copyrighted media and also has some crack shippings like Twlight x Thomas and Godzilla with a Human Kid.
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PETA Comics
Pokémon: Pikachu Meets the Press
Jokes for Minecrafters: Booby Traps, Bombs, Boo-Boos and More
My Weird School
Sin Kids AU (Webcomic)
Shin Gendai Ryoukiden
New Adventures of Megaman
Ponies (Short Story)
Gamer Chicks
Mai Chan's Daily Life
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"And people say all Ecchi and officially produced Hentai anime are bad. Ladies and Gentlemen this is almost the worst thing you can find in Japan."
Book Type: Manga Book
Genre: Horror fiction
Black Comedy
Splatter Humor
Author(s): Waita Uziga
Publisher: Sanwa Shuppen

Mai Chan's Daily Life is a controversial Hentai Eroguro manga created by Waita Uziga in 2004. It is infamous for the 9th and 10th chapters and it being an eroguro manga. It is about a slave maid who gets sadistically raped and killed by slave traders working at a mansion.


  1. When creating articles on this wiki, stick to books and authors that are actually bad, regardless of whether they have a positive or negative reception from critics and readers.
  2. Web reviewers will be considered if they meet the requirements of the wiki; for more detailed rules about accepted web reviewers, read the specific article here.
  3. There are three major headings required to use for each article, excluding those with the "Awful Moments in Literature History" category: "Plot", "Why It Sucks" and "Redeeming Qualities" (or "The Only Redeeming Quality" if there is only one pointer for that heading); the WIS heading must contain valid and detailed reasons; do your best to avoid generic pointers such as "bad writing/illustrations/plot/etc.," or other pointers like "this book spawned the X meme(s)."
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  6. Reviews and quotes are optional; however, if you plan to insert any reviews or quotes made by critics or YouTubers, it is also okay to take reviews and quotes from other sources. However, plagiarism is not acceptable for anything else, including pasting in plot summaries from articles on, say, Wikipedia; if your article is suspected of plagiarism, it will be removed and you will be blocked for a day the first time you break this rule.
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  10. "Not screened for critics," "This is a cash grab," "At least it is better than...", "No one wanted this book...", and "This spawned the X meme(s)," reasons, as well as terms such "Let that sink in..." are not allowed due to not affecting the quality of the actual book.
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  21. Breaking any of the aforementioned rules will result in one warning; if you persevere you will face a ban for a temporary period of time. The duration of the ban will depend on the gravity of your misbehavior unless already specified in the rule.
  1. Any book or author on Magnificent Literature Wiki: Self-explanatory.
  2. Any book that hasn't been published yet: We can't judge how the book is until it comes out.
  3. Any Books intended for Religious Audience or for people of certain beliefs (Ex. The Bible): It would be disrespectful to other people's beliefs.
  4. Attack on Titan: Just because the ending was disappointing doesn't mean the entire series is bad.
  5. JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Phantom Blood: without this part JoJo wouldn't exist.
  6. Fairy Tail: Controversial Reasoning and also too well received to be on this wiki.
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