For a lot of Western readers, manga is just Japanese comic books but the real history of it goes all back to the 12th century. While Western literature has always been novel-centric, Japanese storytellers have been thriving with the combination of words and pictures for centuries. If you are new to mangas and want to explore Japanese storytelling, here is a list of 7 mangas and description of their first part. In this article we have listed down the best manga series worth reading.
Best Manga Series Worth Reading | Best Manga Of All Time:
- Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba (Volume 1) – Koyoharu Gotouge
- Attack on Titan (Volume 1) – Hajime Isayama
- Wotakoi (Volume 1) – Fujita
- Chainsaw Man (Volume 1) – Tatsuki Fujimoto
- Jujutsu Kaisen (Volume 1) – Gege Akutami
- My Hero Academia (Volume 1) – Kohei Horikoshi
- One-Punch Man (Volume 1) – ONE and Yusuke Murata
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba (Volume 1) – Koyoharu Gotouge
It would not be easy for Tanjiro to destroy demons as he is barely aware of where to begin. The sudden appearance of another boy, Giyu might provide some answers or solutions as he seems to know what exactly is going on – but, yes there is but in between, cause to find answers Tanjiro has to first stop Giyu from killing his sister.
Attack on Titan (Volume 1) – Hajime Isayama
For the last century whatever that is left of humankind has been concealed in an enormous three-walled city ensnared in terror of the bizarre gigantic humanoids referred to as the Titans. Very little is known about their place of arrival or why they are inclined in consuming humans as their food, but an absurd arrival of a Titan might change everything.
Wotakoi (Volume 1) – Fujita
Is it possible for a woman who is secretly a fujoshi and a very career-oriented man who is secretly a gamer to date without disclosing their secrets or their hobbies getting in between their relation? By appearance, Narumi and Hirotaka are power couples. Their story commenced as a webcomic and later became a full-blown manga series due to popular demand.
Chainsaw Man (Volume 1) – Tatsuki Fujimoto
A poor young man named Denji will do anything and everything for money, which also includes hunting down devils with the help of pet-devil dog Pochita. He is an uncomplicated man who has simple dreams but he has a mountain of debt on his shoulder. His dreadful life takes a ninety-degree when he gets betrayed by someone he trusts. Now with the strength of the devil residing inside him, he became a whole new man, Chainsaw Man.
Jujutsu Kaisen (Volume 1) – Gege Akutami
In a world where cursed spirits are dominating by suppressing and consuming humans, fortunately, there is an enigmatic school of Jujutsu sorcerers whose purpose is to protect the existence of living beings from the supernatural. Yuji Itadori is determined to protect the world but he soon gets familiar with the fact that the only way to save the world from cursed spirits is to become a cursed spirit himself.
My Hero Academia (Volume 1) – Kohei Horikoshi
What will happen to the world if at age four 80% of the human population commence manifesting superpowers named ‘Quirks’? Heroes and villains would be combating everywhere. Being a hero signifies learning to utilize your power, but the question is where would you go to learn your powers? Of course, the hero academy! But what do you fall under the category of 20 % who are born Quirkless? Izuku Midoriya is a middle school student who just wants to be a hero above everything but the issue is he does not have an ounce of power in him.
One-Punch Man (Volume 1) – ONE and Yusuke Murata
No promising villain has enough strength or capability to sand in front of Saitama, he can beat them out with one punch. Will he finally get a competition who is competent enough to give him a taste of his own medicine and perhaps give his existence meaning?
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