Manga is a great way to read stories in a variety of styles and themes. Here are some of the best manga ever, according to different sources:
A fantasy adventure manga about a boy named Monkey D. Luffy who wants to become King of the Pirates by finding the famous treasure One Piece. It is the best-selling manga series of all time, with more than 490 million copies in circulation.
A manga about martial arts is about a boy named Naruto Uzumaki who wants to become the leader of his town of ninjas. It has exciting fight scenes, cool ninja moves, and a lot of character growth.
A historical fiction manga about a great swordsman from the 1600s named Miyamoto Musashi. It has beautiful art, action that feels real, and deep ideas.
A fantasy manga about two boys who try to bring their mother back to life and fail, so they look for the Philosopher’s Stone to fix their bodies. It has a complicated storyline, great personalities, and lots of funny and sad parts.
A psychological horror manga about a high school student who finds a notebook that will kill anyone whose name is written in it. He plans to use it to make a new world order, but a smart detective stands in his way.
A sports manga about a bad guy who joins his high school basketball team and finds his love for the game. It has matches that are real and exciting, funny comedy, and encouraging lessons.
A science fiction manga that takes place in a dystopian Tokyo after a nuclear blast.
It shows the lives of a biker gang boss and his friend, who gains psychic powers and gets involved in a secret government project. It looks amazing, has great action, and makes a point about society.
This manga is a dark fantasy about a mercenary named Guts who fights monsters and fate in a harsh world. It shows a lot of violence, horror, and tragedy, but there are also beautiful and friendly times.
A mystery manga about a doctor who saves the life of a boy who grows up to become a serial killer. He chooses to go after him and stop him from doing bad things, but on the way, there are moral problems and dangers. It is psychologically deep and has a story that keeps you interested.
The Elusive Samurai:
In the 1300s, Hojo Tokiyuki, a young lord, runs away from his enemies and becomes a fugitive. This story is told in the form of a historical cartoon. He stays alive and fights back against the cruel Ashikaga Takauji by being quick and smart. It’s funny, exciting, and dramatic.