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What are the best Manga?

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Jeanmarie Vianney Donte
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  1. 1One Piece

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    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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  1. 2Naruto

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    Naruto Volume 1 is an adventure and comedy manga for teens written and illustrated by Masashi Kishimoto. It was first released in 1999 and ended in 2014. It was about a young ninja trainee with a monster sealed inside his body.

  2. 3Fullmetal Alchemist

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    Fullmetal Alchemist is a manga series created by Hiromu Arakawa. It follows two alchemist brothers named Edward and Alphonse Elric, who are searching for the philosopher's stone to restore their bodies after a failed attempt to bring their mother back to life using alchemy

  1. 4Dragon Ball

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    Dragon Ball entails the epic story of Earth's strongest hero named Son Goku and the magical dragon balls. Goku goes on an adventure to save the planet from destruction against extra-terrestrial enemies.

  2. 5Hunter x Hunter

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    Hunter x Hunter is an adventure and comedy manga written and illustrated by Yoshihiro Togashi. It was released in 1998. It is about a young boy who wants to be a Hunter and follow his long-lost father's footsteps.

  3. 6AKIRA

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    Akira is a manga series, written and illustrated by Katsuhiro Otomo. Set in a post apocalyptic Neo-Tokyo, the work uses conventions of the cyberpunk genre to detail a saga of turmoil. Originally serialized in Japan between 1981 and 1993, Otomo's 2,000-plus-page science fiction epic Akira was reprinted as a monthly comic book in the U.S. in the early '90s.
  4. 7Rurouni Kenshin

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    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.

  5. 8Gantz

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    Gantz is a manga by Hiroya Oku. It is about Kei and Masaru who was struck by a train after saving the life of a drunkard. But mystery starts when they are still alive after the accident and became members of an organization called Gantz. 

  6. 9Uzumaki

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    Uzumaki: Spiral into Horror, more commonly known as Uzumaki, is a horror manga authored and illustrated by Junji Ito and edited by Annette Roman. It tells the story of a spiral shape called uzumaki haunting the townspeople of Kurozu-cho.

  7. 10Slam Dunk

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    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.

  8. 11Drifters

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    Drifters is an action and thriller manga written and illustrated by Kohta Hirano, the mangaka who created Hellsing. It is about souls of historical warriors fighting an endless battle.

  9. 12Cowboy Bebop (Volume 1)

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    Cowboy Bebop is a science fiction manga by Hajime Yadate and Yutaka Nanten. This volume includes four stories about the adventures of a group of bounty hunters: "It's Showtime," "We Will Rock You," "Cheap Trick," and "Black Diamond."

  10. 13Fragments of Horror

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    Fragments of Horror is a horror manga written and illustrated by horror mangaka Junji Ito, who also created the Uzumaki: Spiral of Horror series. It was serialized between April 2013 and February 2014 as seven separate short stories.

  11. 14Food Wars! (Vol. 1)

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    Food Wars! is a manga about cooking created by Yuto Tsukuda and illustrated by Shun Saeki first published in 2013. This sequential art manga is about Soma Yukihira's journey to a culinary school. 

  12. 15My Real Fake Boyfriend

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    My Real Fake Boyfriend is written by Amanda Browning and illustrated by Hiromi Kobayashi. It is about the stolen letters of Rachel's grandmother and to save her from embarrassment, she needs to pretend to be in love with Nathan. 

  13. 16Yakitate!! Japan (Vol. 1)

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    Yakitate!! Japan is a manga created by Takashi Hashiguchi first published in 2002. It is about Azuma Kazuma's journey in the art of making bread and becoming a baker in Phantasia.  

  14. 17Kitchen Princess (Vol. 1)

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    Kitchen Princess (Vol. 1) is a manga about cooking created by Natsumi Ando and Miyuki Kobayashi. This sequential art manga is first published in 2005. 

  15. 18Oishinbo a la carte (Vol. 1)

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    Oishinbo a la carte is a manga about cooking created by Tetsu Kariya and illustrated by Akira Hanasaki. This sequential art manga is about a journalist Yamaoka Shiro who goes on a culinary adventure for the ''ultimate menu''.

  16. 19Iron Wok Jan! (Vol. 1)

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    Iron Wok Jan! is a manga about cooking created by Shinji Saijyo first published in  2002 by Dr. Master. This sequential art manga is about the competition among Jan, Kiriko, and Serene to be the greatest cuisine master. 

  17. 20What Did You Eat Yesterday? (Vol. 1)

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    What Did You Eat Yesterday? is a manga about food created by award-winning author Fumi Yoshinaga first published in 2007. This sequential art manga is about two middle-aged men and the meals they shared together. 

  18. 21The Devil is a Part-Timer (Vol. 1)

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    The Devil is a Part-Timer is a manga about food created by Satoshi Wagahara and illustrated by Akio Haragi first published in 2012. This funny sequential art manga is about a parallel universe made by the Devil King. 

  19. 22The Drops of God (Vol. 1)

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    The Drops of God is a manga about wine created by Tadashi Agi and illustrated by Shu Okimoto. This sequential art manga is about the competition of two adoptive brothers for the wine collection. 

  20. 23Mixed Vegetables (Vol. 1)

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    Mixed Vegetables is a manga about cooking created by Ayumi Komura first published in 2005. This shojo sequential art manga is about Hanayu Ashitaba's journey to become a sushi chef. 

  21. 24Yotsuba&! (Vol. 1)

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    Yotsuba&! (Vol.1) is a humorous fiction manga created by Kiyohiko Azuma. This young adult sequential art manga is about Yotsuba and her neighbors. It is first published in 2003. 

  22. 25Yakitate!! Japan (Vol. 7)

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    Yakitate!! Japan is a manga about baking created by Takashi Hashiguchi first published in 2003. This sequential art manga is about the competition for the third-place title between Kawshi and Suwabara. 

  23. 26Pokémon Adventures (Vol. 1)

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    Pokémon Adventures (Vol. 1) is a fantasy fiction manga created by Hidenori Kusaka. This sequential art fantasy manga is about Pokemon trainer. It is first published in 1997.

  24. 27Fluffy, Fluffy Cinnamoroll (Vol. 1)

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    Fluffy, Fluffy Cinnamoroll (Vol. 1) is a children's manga created by Yumi Tsukirino. This sequential art manga is first published in 2012 by Perfect Square. 

  25. 28Fairy Idol Kanon (Vol. 1)

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    Fairy Idol Kanon (Vol. 1) is a fantasy manga created by Mera Hakamada. This sequential art manga is first published in 2009 by Udon Entertainment. 

  26. 29Whistle! (Vol. 1)

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    Whistle! (Vol. 1) is a young adult sports manga created by Daisuke Higuchi. This shonen sequential art manga is first published in 2004 by VIZ Media LLC. 

  27. 30A Little Snow Fairy Sugar (Vol. 1)

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    A Little Snow Fairy Sugar (Vol. 1) is a magical fantasy manga created by Haruka Arai. This sequential art manga is about fairies. It is first published in 2003. 

  28. 31Happy Happy Clover (Vol. 1)

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    Happy Happy Clover (Vol. 1) is a children's manga created by  Sayuri Tatsuyama. This sequential art manga is about a bunny and her friends. It is first published in 2009 by VIZ Media-Children's. 
  29. 32The Legend of Zelda (Vol. 1)

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    The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (Vol. 1) is a fantasy manga created by Akira Himekawa. This sequential art manga is based on a video game and first published in 2000. 

  30. 33Astro Boy (Vol. 1)

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    Astro Boy (Vol. 1) is a science fiction and fantasy manga created by Osamu Tezuka. This sequential art manga is about Astro Boy and his battles against Hot Dog Corps. It is first published in 1952.

  31. 34BakéGyamon (Vol. 1)

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    BakéGyamon (Vol. 1) is an adventure manga created by  Mitsuhisa Tamura and Kazuhiro Fujita. This sequential art manga is about Sanshiro and a game Bakegyamon. It is first published in 2006. 

  32. 35The Legend of Zelda (Vol. 2)

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    The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (Vol. 2) is a fantasy adventure manga created by Akira Himekawa and first published in 2000. This sequential art manga is about Link's journey to find the remaining Sages. 

  33. 36The Legend of Zelda (Vol. 3)

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    The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask (Vol. 3) is a fantasy action manga created by Akira Himekawa and first published in 2001. This sequential art manga is about Link's search for Navi. 

  34. 37The Legend of Zelda (Vol. 6)

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    The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Part 1(Vol. 6) is a fantasy action sequential art manga created by Akira Himekawa. It is first published in 2009 by VIZ Media. 

  35. 38The Legend of Zelda (Vol. 7)

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    The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords, Part 2 (Vol. 7) is a fantasy action sequential art manga created by Akira Himekawa. It is first published in 2009 by VIZ Media.

  36. 39The Legend of Zelda (Vol. 4)

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    The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons (Vol. 4) is a fantasy action sequential art manga created by Akira Himekawa. It is first published in 2009 by VIZ Media.

  37. 40The Legend of Zelda (Vol. 8)

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    The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap (Vol. 8) is a fantasy action sequential art manga created by Akira Himekawa. It is first published in 2009 by VIZ Media.

  38. 41The Legend of Zelda (Vol. 9)

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    The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (Vol. 9) is a fantasy action sequential art manga created by Akira Himekawa. This manga is first published in 2005. 

  39. 42YuYu Hakusho (Vol. 1)

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    YuYu Hakusho (Vol. 1) is a fantasy action manga created by Yoshihiro Togashi. This shonen sequential art manga is published in 1990 by VIZ Media LLC. 

  40. 43Gokusen (Vol. 1)

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    Gokusen is a humorous josei manga created by Kozueko Morimoto. This sequential art romance manga is first published in 2000 by Shueisha. 

  41. 44The Legend of Zelda (Vol. 5)

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    The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages (Vol. 5) is a fantasy action sequential art manga created by Akira Himekawa. This manga is first published in 2001.

  42. 45The Legend of Zelda (Vol. 10)

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    The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass (Vol. 10) is a fantasy action sequential art manga created by Akira Himekawa. It is first published in 2010 by VIZ Media.

  43. 46Tenshi Ja Nai!! (Vol. 1)

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    Tenshi Ja Nai!! (Vol. 1) is a young adult romance fiction manga created by Takako Shigematsu. This sequential art manga is first published in 2005 by Go!Comi. 
  44. 47Ranma 1/2 (Vol. 1)

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    Ranma 1/2 (Vol. 1) is a fantasy romance manga created by Rumiko Takahashi. This humorous romance sequential art manga is first published in 1988 and about Ranma who turns into a girl.  

  45. 48Voice Over! (Vol. 1)

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    Voice Over! (Vol. 1) is young adult romance manga created by Maki Minami. This young adult sequential art manga is the first book in Seiyu Academy series and first published in 2009.

  46. 49Angel Diary (Vol. 1)

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    Angel Diary (Vol. 1) is a fantasy romance manhwa illustrated by Kara and authored by Lee Yoon-hee. This sequential art manga is first published in 2005 by Yen Press.

  47. 50W Juliet (Vol. 1)

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    W Juliet (Vol. 1) is a romance manga created by Emura. This shojo sequential art manga is first published in 1999 and about Ito Miura who played Romeo in a play. 

  48. 51The Earl & the Fairy (Vol. 1)

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    The Earl & the Fairy (Vol. 1) is a graphic novel and a historical fiction book written by Mizue Tani for young adults. This romance-themed manga was published on March 6, 2012 by VIZ Media LLC.

  49. 52Chi's Sweet Home (Vol. 1)

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    Chi's Sweet Home (Vol. 1) is a humorous fiction manga created by Kanata Konami. This children's sequential art manga is first published in 2004. 

  50. 53Neko Ramen (Vol. 1)

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    Neko Ramen (Vol. ):  Hey! Order Up! is a young adult humorous manga created by Kenji Sonishi. This sequential art manga is first published in 2006. 

  51. 54What's Michael? (Vol. 1)

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    What's Michael? (Vol. 1): Michael's Album is a humorous manga for kids created by Makoto Kobayashi. This sequential art manga is first published in 1990. 

  52. 55The Prince of Tennis (Vol. 1)

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    The Prince of Tennis (Vol. 1) is a sports manga created by Takeshi Konomi. This shonen sequential art manga is first published in 2000. 

  53. 56Eyeshield 21

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    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. 

  54. 57Hunter x Hunter

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    Hunter x Hunter is an adventure, fantasy, and martial arts anime series which is based on the manga series by Yoshihiro Togashi. The anime adaptation by Madhouse was released in 2011. The story revolves around a young boy named Gon Freecss who aspires to become a Hunter. You will witness his journey as he takes on the Hunter examinations and the deadly challenges that await him.

  55. 58Cardcaptor Sakura (Vol. 1)

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    Cardcaptor Sakura (Vol. 1) is a fantasy manga created by Clamp. This sequential art and romance manga is first published in 1998. This manga is about Sakura after she became the Master of the Clow. 

  56. 59Dragon Ball Z

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    Dragon Ball Z is an anime series by which follows the adventures of Goku who, after learning that he is from another planet, along with the Z Warriors, defends the Earth against evil. It was produced by Toei Animation and was released in 1990.

  57. 60One Piece

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    One Piece is an anime TV series adaptation of the manga series of the same name written by Eiichiro Oda. Since its inception on October 20, 1999, the show still continuously produces episodes following the life of Luffy.

  58. 61Attack on Titan

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    Attack on Titan or Shingeki no Kyojin is set in a post-apocalyptic world where humans are forced into hiding as flesh-eating monsters called "titans" rule the land. Mankind created a three-walled city to escape from extinction. And like with any other story, their peace was disrupted when a titan broke their only barrier from death.  Join Eren, Mikasa, and Armin in their journey to cleanse the earth. Just a fair warning though, this is not for the faint of heart.
  59. 62Fruits Basket

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    If you loved the Fruits Basket anime back in 2001, then you've probably heard rumors about a new season/reboot of sorts for your beloved anime series. Well, you don't have to wait anymore as the new Fruits Basket anime is already here. We know the original show left you guys hanging, with a lot of burning questions. So what can you expect from this new version of the show? Apart from the obvious improvements in animation, music, and sound, you can expect it to delve deeper into the lives and stories of its main characters. We are excited to see all these stories unfold ourselves. So, grab some snacks, pick your preferred streaming platform, and let's all re-live one of our favorite anime shows all over again.

  60. 63Fullmetal Alchemist

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    Fullmetal Alchemist is an anime series that follows the adventures of the Elric brothers in their search for the Philosopher's Stone, after performing a forbidden human transmutation that makes them lose their bodies. 
  61. 64Bleach

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    We all know who the Grim Reaper is, with ever-looming presence waiting to knock on our door. What about a Soul Reaper though? Ever wondered what it's like in a day in their life? Well, the anime Bleach may not be an accurate depiction, but it is an entertaining one. Prepare yourself for a supernatural adventure full of monsters, swordfights, and the orange-haired teenager at the center of it all. Bleach is a critically-acclaimed anime series that's been praised for its compelling story, amazing action sequences, and great character development. It's a show that we've re-watched many times and will probably continue to do so for years to come. Getsuga Tenshou!

  62. 65Naruto Shippuden

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    Naruto Shippuden is a Japanese anime TV adapted from the manga series written by Masashi Kishimoto. This centers on Naruto Uzumaki who constantly searches for approval and recognition, as well as to become Hokage.

  63. 66Kingdom (Vol. 1)

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    Kingdom is a Japanese manga series by Yasuhisa Hara which is about war orphan Xin and his comrades as he fights to become the greatest general during the Warring States period in China. 

  64. 67My Hero Academia (Vol. 1)

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    My Hero Academia (Vol. 1) is a series of Japanese superhero adventure and fantasy manga written by Kohei Horikoshi. It was first published by Viz Media on August 4, 2015. 

  65. 68Cross Game (Vol. 1)

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    Cross Game (Vol. 1) is a sports manga created by Mitsuru Adachi. This young adult realistic fiction manga is first published in 2010 by VIZ Media LLC. 

  66. 69Sakura Gari

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    Sakura Gari is a manga series written and illustrated by Yuu Watase. The manga is set in the 1920s in Japan and also the author's first manga with a young male protagonist. Sakura Gari was first published in 2007.

  67. 70Initial D

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    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.

  68. 71Crimson Hero (Vol. 1)

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    Crimson Hero (Vol. 1) is a sports romantic manga created by Mitsuba Takanashi. This sequential art manga is first published in 2005 by VIZ Media LLC.

  69. 72Manga Classics: Sense and Sensibility

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    Manga Classics: Sense and Sensibility is a graphic novel by Po Tse. It tells the story of the Dashwood sisters, following the classic Jane Austen novel, illustrated in a manga style adaptation. It was published in 2016 by Udon Entertainment.

  70. 73Anime: A History

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    Anime: A History is a non-fiction book by Jonathan Clemens. First published in 2013 by the British Film Institute, it provides a comprehensive history of Japanese animations.

  71. 74Understanding Manga and Anime

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    Understanding Manga and Anime is a non-fiction book by Robin E. Brenner. First published in 2007 by Libraries Unlimited, it provides a brief background information about anime and manga.

  72. 75Noragami: Stray God (Vol. 1)

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    Noragami: Stray God Volume 1 is a Japanese manga written by Adachitoka. This supernatural, urban, fantasy manga comes in a series. It was also adapted into an anime TV series by Bones in 2014.

  73. 76The Soul of Anime: Collaborative Creativity and Japan's Media Success Story (Experimental Futures)

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    The Soul of Anime: Collaborative Creativity and Japan's Media Success Story is a non-fiction book by Ian Condry. First published in 2013 by Duke University Press Books, it focuses on the multi-media success of manga.

  74. 77The Japanophile's Handbook

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    The Japanophile's Handbook is a non-fiction book by Alexei Maxim Russel. First published in by 2015 by Why Not-World Dot Com, it is regarded as the Otaku's official handbook.

  75. 78The Anime Machine: A Media Theory of Animation

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    The Anime Machine: A Media Theory of Animation is a non-fiction book by Alexei Maxim Russel. It proposes a new theory about Japanese animation and argues that anime is fundamentally different when compared with other visual media.

  76. 79Adult Manga : Culture and Power in Contemporary Japanese Society (Consumasian Book Series)

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    Adult Manga: Culture and Power in Contemporary Japanese Society is a non-fiction book by Sharon Kinsella. First published in 2000 by University of Hawaii Press, it focuses on the history of the manga industry.

  77. 80Straight from the Heart: Gender, Intimacy, and the Cultural Production of Shojo Manga

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    Straight from the Heart: Gender, Intimacy, and the Cultural Production of Shojo Manga is a non-fiction book by Jennifer S. Prough. First published in 2010, it focuses on the manga industry and its influence on other media.

  78. 81Manga: An Anthology of Global and Cultural Perspectives

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    Manga: An Anthology of Global and Cultural Perspectives is a non-fiction book by Toni Johnson-Woods. First published in 2010 by Bloomsbury Academic, it discusses the growth and influence of manga.

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    Anonymous
    April 23, 2018
    "It's an awesome story to completely honest. It was the first sports manga I've ever read in my life and I was captivated with the story. So let me break it down for yah, Nobara is a girl whose the heiress to running a female tea hosting restaurant. But Nobara doesn't want that burden, all she wants to do is play volleyball, she's incredibly passionate about volleyball and will do whatever she can to get it up and running at the school she's now attending. Sometimes she gets mistaken for a boy, causing really cute humor when one boy (Yuushin) grabs her chest thinking she's a guy. So Nobara leaves her home when her mother pushes her too far and Nobara's aunt, a nurse at the school she's attending, decides to help her little niece out. Nobara is now the house mom for the male volleyball team. On top of tending to the boys, and scarring them for life with her underwear hanging up in the wash room, poor Nobara needs to put together a team so she can play. What's a girl to do? And to make things a little more interesting it seems Haibuki, one of the boys from the team had a long time crush on Nobara. Finally as Nobara gets a few hesitant team members she finds grafitti written on her painstakenly made posters, and the suspects are the male volleyball team. And so the first manga ends on a cliffy when Nobara challenges the boys' team to a volleyball match."
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    Crimson Hero (Vol. 1)
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    Anonymous
    July 16, 2018
    "Would have asked Google to erase the site if I saw any other manga aside from One Piece on the top of this list. It's not the top selling manga of all time for nothing! It's got comedy, romance, friendship lessons, family lessons, and exploring Oda's world does not tire you out, in fact I find every arc as intriguing as the next! And *SPOILER ALERT* who didn't cry when Going Merry saved the day only to sink to the bottom of the sea? MAN! THIS MANGA, one of the few that makes you want it to last forever but also want to see how it ends. Will Luffy be the Pirate King, or will Shanks get the title? Or will some random guy take the cake? You want to know the answers but you also want to go on more adventures with the Strawhats!!!"
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    One Piece
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    Anonymous
    May 8, 2018
    "I REALLY love your books especially this one. I connected with the characters 100% and although i gave the book 100 stars, i just cant leave it alone, i dont feel like disconnecting. OMG I don't know what to say except that this book was amazing!!I loved it so much,I honestly couldn't stop reading it! I love Straight from the Heart: Gender, Intimacy, and the Cultural Production of Shojo Manga. This book make me feel like I'm a part of this book!!This is one of the best book I've ever read!! This one will stay with you forever!! I give 100 stars and i recomended it for everybody !!"
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    Straight from the Heart: Gender, Intimacy, and the Cultural Production of Shojo Manga
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    Anonymous
    May 16, 2018
    "Manga and anime has been around for much longer than most people realize. If you compare the art style and detail between early anime and contemporary anime, you will be blown away by how the art has evolved. I definitely enjoyed flipping through this book and learning the rich history of anime. It provides first-hand narratives and shows which titles were seen as groundbreaking or benchmarks through the years. Any anime fan will love this!"
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    Anime: A History
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    Anonymous
    May 9, 2018
    "For a Manga lover like me, Manga: An Anthology of Global and Cultural Perspectives was a very enlightening book! It gives you the long history of manga and a important collection of essays by scholars, experts, and fans. This one-stop resource gave me all of the information that I could ever desire in regards to manga! My only complaint is that the book did not include any pictures. Other than that, it was very informative."
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    Manga: An Anthology of Global and Cultural Perspectives
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    Anonymous
    April 15, 2018
    "As a young girl and going forward, I absolutely adored Manga and one of my favorites is the tale of little Saga. She's bossy just like I used to be, but in this magical fantasy things move very fast and she has to learn to cope with the changes to survive and thrive. I still sometimes go back and read through this Manga and marvel at the artwork and the themes. It's a true keeper and great for young girls."
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    A Little Snow Fairy Sugar (Vol. 1)
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    Anonymous
    April 5, 2018
    "I don't like any literature, movies or music that make light of the devil or demons. I think it is an area that people should not mess with when it comes to downplaying or making them appear to be like regular folks...is what I would say if I wasn't totally into demons and devils!!! This one has a nice premise and if you are into demons or anything supernatural I suggest you try this one!"
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    The Devil is a Part-Timer (Vol. 1)
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    Anonymous
    July 16, 2018
    "I've read a lot of manga since I was dispatched to Tokyo in my youth, and lemme tell you, there are only a handful of very fulfilling manga other than FMA, and I've read them all! The rebellion and the Homunculus topics were well presented, and Ed and Al are just golden for comedy! Deeper than it looks,but still has tints of light refreshing content, can't say that for others."
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    Fullmetal Alchemist
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    Anonymous
    April 21, 2018
    "Kids loves how routine and everyday interactions are formed and displayed in a humorous and interesting ways. This comic book What's Michael by Makoto Kobayashi brings everyday acts of humans with cats and portrays these interactions in very entertaining and jocular way through cat life. i would want my child to read this book and grasp how one may cope with such daily tasks."
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    What's Michael? (Vol. 1)
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    Anonymous
    March 9, 2018
    "If there is one thing I like it is anything to do with horror. When I found Uzumaki: Spiral into Horror (Vol. 1) I admit I was skeptical. Usually I read King but a friend recommended this Japanese author Junju Ito. Now I have another excellent series to complete, this series gripping , exciting and a real page turner. You will not be able to put it down!"
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    Uzumaki
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    Anonymous
    April 14, 2018
    "This Korean manhwa looks like good manga on the surface but leaves a lot to be desired. The art is pretty high quality. The story is typical for the fantasy/romance genre. The quality of the writing just isn't up to par though. The plot and characters didn't really hold my attention. Definitely not something I would even consider for "best" manga."
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    Angel Diary (Vol. 1)
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    Anonymous
    July 16, 2018
    "Nice to see a sport manga here, instead of just those fighting and adventure manga. But then again, Slam Dunk is not just any sports manga, I mean it has everything you want for a manga, from an inspiring story into comical and heartwarming sidestories. Can't get any better than this. Sad ending though, ooops, spoiler alert.,"
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    Slam Dunk
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    Anonymous
    July 16, 2018
    "I'm the biggest Naruto fan in my region, believe me, and it has a lot to do with his relatable story in the beginning. But Masashi did a good job of allowing his readers grow up with his characters! This is the best manga for me, better than One Piece or any of that Dragon Ball stuff. Don't @ me, don't waste time."
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    Naruto
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    Anonymous
    April 27, 2018
    "As someone who loves Anime and Manga I could not recommend Initial D (Vol. 1) enough. It is a different type of Manga that focuses on a more car racing style as opposed to the more traditional battle for good and evil. Still has many of those elements but it is a heck of a wild ride that you won't want to end."
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    Initial D
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    Anonymous
    May 6, 2018
    "This book is one of those that has a main text that introduces ideas and side notes that amplifies them in detail. The result is sort of interactive- you can regulate the level of complexity that you want to present to your kids. They're not all like this- some MSBs are overly simple and lacking in detail."
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    Understanding Manga and Anime
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    Anonymous
    April 7, 2018
    "Yakitate is a great manga series. It's kind of odd though. It centers around baking, but not the winners as you might think. It's all about the struggle for 3d place which is really odd to me. Second place is the first loser so why anyone fights over third is just weird. Still a good comic though."
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    Yakitate!! Japan (Vol. 7)
  • #17
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    Anonymous
    December 1, 2017
    "It is 2017 and if were are still considering Fullmetal Alchemist as the best Manga, this would be an insult to the industry. Yes, it is a perfect Manga/Anime and even a game, but I believe it had its time long ago. We should consider the new ones instead of looking back at the nostalgia."
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    Fullmetal Alchemist
  • #18
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    Anonymous
    April 4, 2018
    "I am just getting into Manga and The Drops of God was one of my first reads. I decided to start with this one because I also like wine but do not know a ton about the different types yet. The Drops of God is easy to read and feels effortless but is interesting at the same time."
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    The Drops of God (Vol. 1)
  • #19
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    Anonymous
    December 1, 2017
    "Attack on Titan is a Manga bluray set. It is available from Amazon for 30 dollars. It has an average rating of 4.3 stars from Amazon customers. If you like Manga then maybe this a good one for you to check out. I have zero interest in Manga so I would stay away from it."
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    Attack on Titan
  • #20
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    Anonymous
    April 3, 2018
    "Have you ever seen "Iron Chef"? Do you love Manga graphic novels? Iron Wok Jan! Is if those two got together and made a sweet, sweet love child. Gorgeous, exciting, illustrations and the enthusiastic nature of the story telling is the perfect combination for this genre."
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    Iron Wok Jan! (Vol. 1)
  • #21
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    Anonymous
    April 12, 2018
    "The Legend of Zelda (Vol. 7) is one of the best Manga series out there and Vol. 7 tells a mystical story of three spiritual stones. The art is rich as is the plot. I really enjoyed this volume as well as the series as a whole. It was a warm blast from the past."
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    The Legend of Zelda (Vol. 7)
  • #22
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    Anonymous
    April 21, 2018
    "As a big manga fan, I was excited to find a new possible series. However, Prince of Tennis seems to be focused more to sports fans. While I did not find it to be a horrible read, I believe the story could have been expanded for readers who do not follow sports."
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    The Prince of Tennis (Vol. 1)
  • #23
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    Anonymous
    April 28, 2018
    "Inagakiri makes great manga, and Eyeshield 21 is not an exception. It's a fun romp, giving a Japnese perspective on American football. If you're looking for the typical giant mech or shonen manga, you really won't find it here, but it's still a lot of fun."
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    Eyeshield 21
  • #24
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    Anonymous
    April 17, 2018
    "This was one of the first manga I read, back in the 90s when it was still very popular. I thoroughly enjoyed following the characters on their adventures, and I can still remember what it was like waiting for the next volume to be available to read."
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    YuYu Hakusho (Vol. 1)
  • #25
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    Anonymous
    April 17, 2018
    "I don't think that this is representative of classic Manga; but what a sweet little Manga book for little ones! It's a precious little story about a lost kitty cat that my toddler would adore! I see myself reading it to her over and over."
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    Chi's Sweet Home (Vol. 1)
  • #26
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    Anonymous
    April 10, 2018
    "Based on one of the game series that we all know, and should love, is a Manga called The Legend of Zelda (Vol. 5). If you or someone you know is interested in getting into reading Manga style books, this would be the perfect starter book."
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    The Legend of Zelda (Vol. 5)
  • #27
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    Anonymous
    July 16, 2018
    "Nothing beats the GOAT of Japanese literature: Dragon Ball!!! Okay maybe not literature, but in terms of manga: Dragon Ball is the goat, easy! Goku's fightscenes are so awesome that it has been the basis of other mangaka in recent times."
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    Dragon Ball
  • #28
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    Anonymous
    April 18, 2018
    "My younger child is starting to get interested in manga, but I was having a hard time finding something appropriate that she would be interested in. I took a chance on this and she loves it! It's very cutesy in both art style and plot."
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    Fluffy, Fluffy Cinnamoroll (Vol. 1)
  • #29
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    Anonymous
    November 30, 2017
    "Dragon Ball Z is a fun video game about a warrior named Goku and his friends. this game is interesting and entertaining. this game and character is japanese based but the us version is dubbed for use from the original japanese anime."
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    Dragon Ball Z
  • #30
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    Anonymous
    April 1, 2018
    "The title threw me off a bit but it actually was a great manga. I was expecting it to be more about cooking than anything else but found it really entertaining and endearing. The story was well written and the artwork was beautiful."
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    Mixed Vegetables (Vol. 1)
  • #31
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    Anonymous
    April 13, 2018
    "I think Astro Boy is really timeless. I'm really glad I went back and read some of these stories as they really led to a whole industry. It's pretty bare bones, presentation wise, but it is great to see the roots of modern manga."
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    Astro Boy (Vol. 1)
  • #32
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    Anonymous
    May 7, 2018
    "I recently read "The Anime Machine: A Media Theory of Animation" at my friends' house, and I really liked it! The animations are superb, and even the story is funny and intriguing. I suggest it to all the mangaka out there."
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    The Anime Machine: A Media Theory of Animation
  • #33
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    Anonymous
    November 29, 2017
    "I've always enjoyed this style of anime. It is heavily inspired by the manga of the same name and you can see that influence in the anime. If you like shows like the original Dragon Ball this is worth checking out for sure."
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    Hunter x Hunter
  • #34
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    Anonymous
    April 7, 2018
    "The Legend of Zelda (Vol. 6) is a fun installment in the Zelda Manga series. It has all your favorite Zelda characters and a great story. I enjoyed reading it, and I recommend it highly. The illustrations are top notch."
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    The Legend of Zelda (Vol. 6)
  • #35
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    Anonymous
    December 5, 2017
    "Awesome storyline helps this stay at the top of my list of favorite series. The storyline is just the best! I find myself reading it every so often and it still is so enjoyable! The lead characters are wonderfully sweet."
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    Fruits Basket
  • #36
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    Anonymous
    April 24, 2018
    "A child or young adult would enjoy reading about Yotsuba. She is a green-haired and wide-eyed girl who doesn't know a lot about anything. With no knowledge of the world she attempt to learn with help of some friends."
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    Yotsuba&! (Vol. 1)
  • #37
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    Anonymous
    March 9, 2018
    "Ever since visiting Japan, I've been a little obsessed with Manga and finally found "Fragment of Horror". I've finally found the best animations, quality printing and gripping story - hoping for more in this series!"
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    Fragments of Horror
  • #38
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    Anonymous
    March 30, 2018
    "This one is not for everyone, I guess. While it is as beautifully drawn as much as the next manga, I don't think people who are into cooking will be interested in this one. Luckily my bf and I are both cooks"
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    Food Wars! (Vol. 1)
  • #39
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    Anonymous
    April 7, 2018
    "I am not a fan of this genre altogether but this did not impress me or captivate me in any way. I feel that as I watched it that i was seeing a cheap knock off of pokemon. I would pass on this in the future,"
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    BakéGyamon (Vol. 1)
  • #40
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    Anonymous
    July 16, 2018
    "As a fan of anything feudal Japan, or anything related to it, this is just so good! I read the first arc and am now well deep into the second arc, and the sword techniques and fighting styles just blow my mind!"
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    Rurouni Kenshin
  • #41
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    Anonymous
    April 15, 2018
    "I got this for my niece who loves anime and manga and those sorts of things. She said she had never heard of the series but overall the story impressed her enough to pursue the other volumes in the series."
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    Voice Over! (Vol. 1)
  • #42
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    Anonymous
    April 10, 2018
    "I am a huge fan of Fumi Yoshinaga's manga series What Did You Eat Yesterday? It features well-crafted relatable characters and is beautifully written. Definitely recommended to manga fans both old and new!"
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    What Did You Eat Yesterday? (Vol. 1)
  • #43
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    Anonymous
    December 10, 2017
    "Naruto Shippuden is a must have boxed set for any Manga fan (like myself). Naruto Shippuden is a sequel to the (inferior) series Naruto. I can watch this set over and over and never get tired of it."
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    Naruto Shippuden
  • #44
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    Anonymous
    May 3, 2018
    "The Japanophile's Handbook, although not a manga, is a tremendous source for anyone who is interested in manga. It feels like a labor of love from author Russel and is very informative and quirky."
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    The Japanophile's Handbook
  • #45
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    Anonymous
    March 30, 2018
    "This manga was fantastic because the characters and setting are amazing. I really love things set in the world of culinary arts and this did not disappoint! It was hard to put down and really fun."
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    Oishinbo a la carte (Vol. 1)
  • #46
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    Anonymous
    April 29, 2018
    "This solution is a good suggestion I like the description to the solution because there is not description when you view it. This book sounds interesting and sounds like they would like it."
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    Sakura Gari
  • #47
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    Anonymous
    July 16, 2018
    "I remember watching this as a kid and liking (more like having a crush :">) the assassin Killua, now I am waiting for the comic book and will come back to tell you if the manga is good too."
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    Hunter x Hunter
  • #48
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    Anonymous
    July 16, 2018
    "IDK about Thomas Holland, but I liked the manga, especially the spacecrafts, and the ecchi, LOLOL But yeah, some of the dialogue and framing in the pages are hard to understand sometimes."
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    Cowboy Bebop (Volume 1)
  • #49
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    Anonymous
    April 26, 2018
    "Mitsuru Adachi has built his name as one of the best Manga artists out there. His name alone would let one know that the Cross Game series would be one of the must-reads for Manga fans."
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    Cross Game (Vol. 1)
  • #50
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    Anonymous
    May 20, 2018
    "I'm a fan of many manga and while The Earl & the Fairy (Vol. 1) was interesting, it didn't hold my interest. It is a romance themed manga that would probably be suited more for a girl."
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    The Earl & the Fairy (Vol. 1)
  • #51
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    Anonymous
    April 17, 2018
    "Reminiscent of Alice in Wonderland, Cardcaptor Sakura takes you on a whimsical journey. Beautiful graphics and a compelling storytelling will keep you page turning until the end."
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    Cardcaptor Sakura (Vol. 1)
  • #52
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    Anonymous
    April 5, 2018
    "This is volume one of the Legend of Zelda manga series. The illustrations are bright, clear, and vibrant. This is a great way to get the kiddos into the video game series."
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    The Legend of Zelda (Vol. 1)
  • #53
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    Anonymous
    December 10, 2017
    "Akira is my favorite Magna series, I love the 80's style, it's so different then today's style Magna. I spend hours reading this book, the action is very entertaining."
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    AKIRA
  • #54
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    Anonymous
    April 23, 2018
    "It's anime whats not to like?? I really liked this short story and I love how the portray the sports aspect of this book. Great book for people that like Anime."
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    Whistle! (Vol. 1)
  • #55
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    Anonymous
    March 19, 2018
    "Gantz (Vol. 1) is among the best Manga in the past few years. It has a great story that I just can't get enough of. I'm so excited to read each new installment."
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    Gantz
  • #56
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    Anonymous
    April 4, 2018
    "This book is perhaps an acquired taste, not unlike bread instead of rice in Japan. I'm seeing a lot of meh middle of the road ratings, and I'm one of them."
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    Yakitate!! Japan (Vol. 1)
  • #57
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    Anonymous
    April 6, 2018
    "Fairy Idol Kanon is one of the favorite manga's I have come across and very entertaining to me.One that you cannot think of putting down once you read it."
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    Fairy Idol Kanon (Vol. 1)
  • #58
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    Anonymous
    December 6, 2017
    "One Piece is one of the most popular mangas out there now. I think you'll enjoy Luffy and Co. and the stories centered around these amazing characters."
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    One Piece
  • #59
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    Anonymous
    April 15, 2018
    "This is really cute, and I do like it, but I was hoping for something with a good story and really good characters. This seems more like a novelty."
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    Neko Ramen (Vol. 1)
  • #60
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    Anonymous
    April 11, 2018
    "Interesting read and relatable in that sometimes I wish I could fade into the background, too. Not the best plot, but it was entertaining enough."
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    Tenshi Ja Nai!! (Vol. 1)
  • #61
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    Anonymous
    April 13, 2018
    "Thus should be titled under "best romance manga" or "best humorous manga". It has one review so how can it be considered the "best". Unlikely."
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    Gokusen (Vol. 1)
  • #62
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    Anonymous
    April 7, 2018
    "An enjoyable manga, especially if you were a fan of the Zelda video games. There are quite a few others I'd say are better to start with though."
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    The Legend of Zelda (Vol. 2)
  • #63
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    Anonymous
    June 4, 2019
    "Beautiful artwork Fascinating plot, and very well-rounded characters. Well developed character arcs, and a story that never gets boring."
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    Noragami: Stray God (Vol. 1)
  • #64
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    Anonymous
    April 5, 2018
    "The Legend of Zelda is a great manga and has many more volumes Guaranteed to buy the first 2 and the others if you purchase this one."
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    The Legend of Zelda (Vol. 3)
  • #65
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    Anonymous
    April 21, 2018
    "This is a really good Manga. I don't think it's the best but it's a good choice. Especially if you are looking for romance and humor."
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    Ranma 1/2 (Vol. 1)
  • #66
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    Anonymous
    March 26, 2018
    "My Real Fake Boyfriend is a solid teen manga, funny, romantic and lkight. I don't think you can ask more from a pasttime."
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    My Real Fake Boyfriend
  • #67
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    Anonymous
    May 4, 2018
    "This is a great book, but it is non-fiction. While it discusses manga and the culture surrounding it, it is not a manga itself."
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    Adult Manga : Culture and Power in Contemporary Japanese Society (Consumasian Book Series)
  • #68
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    Anonymous
    April 17, 2018
    "After reading the previous volumes I couldn't wait for the 10th one. It has an epic conclusion to the long standing story."
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    The Legend of Zelda (Vol. 10)
  • #69
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    Anonymous
    December 7, 2017
    "The blu-ray is way better quality than the dvd. Still looks like it was recorded off the tv but still great to watch."
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    Bleach
  • #70
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    Anonymous
    April 12, 2018
    "Anybody who loves manga would love reading this 2007 classic. It's a cute manga and very easy to get into!"
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    Kitchen Princess (Vol. 1)
  • #71
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    Anonymous
    April 7, 2018
    "The legend of Zelda Vol 4 is a very interesting comics that compose of actions, I strongly recommend it."
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    The Legend of Zelda (Vol. 4)
  • #72
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    Anonymous
    May 3, 2018
    "If you are a manga fan this is a must read. It explores the world of anime we know and love."
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    The Soul of Anime: Collaborative Creativity and Japan's Media Success Story (Experimental Futures)
  • #73
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    Anonymous
    April 17, 2018
    "Zelda is one of my favorite series and I always enjoy the manga. You won't be disappointed"
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    The Legend of Zelda (Vol. 9)
  • #74
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    Anonymous
    January 29, 2019
    "My Hero Academia Best Manga Action superpower and School Life ."
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    My Hero Academia (Vol. 1)
  • #75
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    Anonymous
    March 7, 2018
    "It's not very appealing. Nothing about it screams "best" Manga."
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    Drifters
  • #76
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    Anonymous
    April 12, 2018
    "a classic game and a classic manga"
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    The Legend of Zelda (Vol. 8)
  • #77
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    Anonymous
    January 30, 2019
    "Kingdom Manga book List"
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    Kingdom (Vol. 1)
  • #78
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    Anonymous
    April 18, 2018
    "GOOD"
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    Pokémon Adventures (Vol. 1)
This list is about What are the best Manga
RankAnswersTypeVotesPrice
1One PieceBooks 126 Paid
2NarutoBooks 102 Paid
3Fullmetal AlchemistBooks 97 Paid
4Dragon BallBooks 93 Paid
5Hunter x HunterBooks 93 Paid
6AKIRABooks 90 Paid
7Rurouni KenshinBooks 88 Paid
8GantzBooks 86 Paid
9UzumakiBooks 86 Paid
10Slam DunkBooks 85 Paid
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