What are the best completed manga series?

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    #1One Piece (Vol. 1)

    One Piece (Vol. 1)

    Join the adventures of the mighty pirate Luffy in finding the most sought-after treasure in the world - One Piece. The Straw Hat Pirate crew includes a swordsman, a cook, a cartographer, a doctor, a sniper, and an archaeologist.

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    Jeremy Bryant
    Written on May 9, 2019
    "This is one of the best manga series that you can read right now. It's quite long so it might take you a while but the read is well worth it in my opinion. If nothing else, you get to see for yourself what the fuss is all about."
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    #2Fruits Basket (Vol. 1)

    Fruits Basket (Vol. 1)

    Tohru Honda is an orphan who lives with the Sohma family who are hiding a dark secret - when they are hugged by a person of opposite sex, they transform into the spirits of the Chinese Zodiac animals!

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    Raymond Peters
    Written on February 18, 2019
    "I first watched the anime version of Fruits Basket before reading and have completed the entirety of it. Nostalgic. Reminds me so much of my childhood. 😊"
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    #3Naruto (Vol. 1)

    Naruto (Vol. 1)

    A mischievous and naughty young boy named Uzumaki Naruto is aiming to be the Hokage or village chief of Konoha. Known as the host of the legendary 9-tailed beast, Naruto is on his way to being the greatest ninja who ever lived.

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    Tom Jia
    Written on May 9, 2019
    "Now that it's finished, now is the best time to read this completed manga series. For some of us, we were there since the beginning of the series so it's nice to finally see its conclusion."

DID YOU KNOW?

Did you know that Michael B. Jordan is a proud anime fan? The Black Panther actor revealed his favorite anime series is Naruto Shippuden. In fact, he dropped a couple of tears when the series ended as he had ‘literally seen Sasuke and Naruto grow up.’ The series was originally created by Masahi Kishimoto as a manga. It was published in a weekly shonen manga anthology in 2002 and ended in 2014 with seven hundred chapters. If you’re wondering how the actor was able to finish the completed manga series in the midst of his busy schedule, he says that he spent Tuesdays and Thursdays reading the manga. The actor’s love for anime and manga may or may not come as a surprise. He regularly shares his thoughts on shows like Bleach, Inuyasha, My Hero Academia and the One Punch Man manga on his social media. He even admitted to Oprah Winfrey herself that watching anime is his favorite day-off activity.

The actor may not come full circle as he is not currently signed into any anime adaptations. He was, however, delighted when his fans noticed the similarities between his Black Panther character and Dragon Ball Z’s Vegeta. Perhaps he may have played a role in designing his costume all along. Turns out, Jordan was already reading the Black Panther comics when he was just a kid. In addition, he mentally prepped for the role of Killmonger by studying Heath Ledger’s Joker and Michael Fassbender’s Magneto. Perhaps the actor’s passions and personal life will continue to meet as his company, Outlier, is set to adapt the comic book Raising Dion to the small screen. 

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    #4Rurouni Kenshin

    Rurouni Kenshin

    During the Meiji Era, there lives a wandering swordsman named Himura Kenshin aiding those who are in need. One day, Kamiya Kaoru came to him for help. Kaoru must keep her father's school of swordsmanship against the evil Battokiri.

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    Sun Su
    Written on May 9, 2019
    "This is an instant classic that every manga fan should read. It has cool action, great characters, and an interesting story. This series definitely deserves more recognition than it's gotten."
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    #5Mars

    Mars

    Mars is a romance novel written by Fuyumi Soryo and Shirley Kubo that tells the story of Rei. He saved Kira from a harasser and that made Kira fall for him instantly. 

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    Vihaan Khan
    Written on February 18, 2019
    "After reading this manga series, I was instantly a fan of Fuyumi Soryo's illustrations. Check out Cesare guys!"
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    #6InuYasha (Vol. 1)

    InuYasha (Vol. 1)
    Kagome discovers a magical well that brought her to a different dimension where she met a half-demon called Inu-Yasha. Together, they plan to recover the lost pieces of "Jewel of Four Souls" before the evil mortals get their hands on it.
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    Rakesh Lobo
    Written on February 18, 2019
    "im done reading the InuYasha manga, does anyone here now where to watch InuYasha anime online?"
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    #7Death Note (Vol. 1)

    Death Note (Vol. 1)

    Yagami Light is an intelligent student who accidentally found (and used) Death Note - a dangerous notebook owned by a death god - that whose name is written on it will die. Now, Light must find a way to escape the genius detective, L.

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    Harini Yadav
    Written on February 18, 2019
    "I have always read about this manga series years ago, how come it's still relevant up to now? Is the story that good?"
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    #8Fullmetal Alchemist (Vol. 1)

    Fullmetal Alchemist (Vol. 1)

    Edward and Alphonse Elric abused the power of alchemy by pushing it to its limit of bringing their mother back to life. They failed in taking this gamble and the siblings ended up as slaves of their military-alchemical government.

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    Philip Wells
    Written on May 9, 2019
    "This is a special one among shounen manga, even by today's standards. It is still of the best manga series that I have ever read to this day and its anime adaptation was also quite good."
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    #9Bleach (Vol. 1)

    Bleach (Vol. 1)

    Bleach is written and illustrated by Tite Kubo. The manga was published in Shueisha's Weekly Shōnen Jump from August 7, 2001, to August 22, 2016. The 698 individual chapters of Bleach were collected in 74 volumes released between January 5, 2002, and November 4, 2016.

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    Alan Luo
    Written on May 9, 2019
    "If you're looking for a complete manga series that you can read right now, this is a great one to consider. This series was great despite the controversies behind it. The story and characters were interesting."
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    #10Eyeshield 21 (Vol. 1)

    Eyeshield 21 (Vol. 1)

    Eyeshield 21: The Boy with the Golden Legs (Vol. 1) is a sports manga created by Riichiro Inagaki and Yusuke Murata. This sequential art manga is first published in 2002. 

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    Gregory Ramos
    Written on May 9, 2019
    "I had my reservations when I heard about a manga series about American football. I gave it a shot anyway and I'm glad I did. As far as sports manga goes, this was a nice surprise. It was well-written with good art."
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    #11Slam Dunk (Vol. 1)

    Slam Dunk (Vol. 1)

    Slam Dunk is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Takehiko Inoue about a basketball team from Shōhoku High School in the Shōnan area. It was serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump from 1990 to 1996, with the chapters collected into 31 volumes by Shueisha.

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    Joseph Barrett
    Written on May 9, 2019
    "This is one of the best completed manga series in the sports genre in my opinion. It's one of the few that felt realistic and believable. Anime shows have a way of exaggerating things and thankfully, this show did not fall victim to that."
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    #12Initial D (Vol. 1)

    Initial D (Vol. 1)

    Initial D is a Japanese street racing manga series written and illustrated by Shuichi Shigeno. It was serialized in Weekly Young Magazine from 1995 to 2013, with the chapters collected into 48 volumes by Kodansha.

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    Peter Zhu
    Written on May 9, 2019
    "Street racing and drifting were big in the 90s in Japan and this manga series drew inspiration from that. The manga was also surprisingly accurate and realistic as far as car jargon and theories were concerned. Give it a go."

Summary

Best What are the best completed manga series
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1One Piece (Vol. 1)Books 12 Paid
2Fruits Basket (Vol. 1)Books 11 Paid
3Naruto (Vol. 1)Books 9 Paid
4Rurouni KenshinBooks 2 Paid
5MarsBooks 2 Paid
6InuYasha (Vol. 1)Books 1 Paid
7Death Note (Vol. 1)Books 1 Paid
8Fullmetal Alchemist (Vol. 1)Books 1 Paid
9Bleach (Vol. 1)Books 0 Paid
10Eyeshield 21 (Vol. 1)Books 0 Paid
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