Top 10 best manga of all time you should know (Part 1)
Manga, a highlight of Japanese culture, is familiar to young Vietnamese. So which manga is rated as the best, let’s find out with us!
Here is a list of the 10 best manga of all time, attracting the attention of many young people around the world.
1. One Piece
One Piece is a manga written by author Oda Eiichiro, first published on July 19, 1995 in Weekly Shonen Jump magazine.
The story revolves around the young boy Luffy’s journey with his crew to explore the mysterious seas in the world to become Pirate King. The series highlights family values, friendships, and sacrifices to protect friends.
In 2015, authors Oda Eiichiro and One Piece were recognized in the Guinness Book as the single-authored manga with the most print copies in the world (at the end of 2014, it was 320,866,000 copies in print in the world).
Referring to manga, it must be mentioned that Doraemon – a familiar manga for young Vietnamese people. Doraemon was composed by manga artists Fujimoto Hiroshi and Abiko Motoo, first released in December 1969. The story revolves around the friendship between Doraemon and the clumsy little Nobita. Doraemon is not only one of the most popular manga, but also has a positive impact on many aspects of children around the world.
One of the manga influencing teenagers is Naruto by author Kishimoto Masashi. Naruto was first released in November 1999 with 700 chapters spanning 15 years.
The story revolves around the ninja Uzumaki Naruto, a noisy, active teenager, always trying to assert himself to be recognized by everyone, with the desire to become Hokage – the leader of the village.
4. Dragon Ball
Dragon Ball is one of the works that are familiar to young people. With a plot of mysterious mythological elements combined with tense and complex details, the story tells the story of Son Goku’s journey from childhood to adulthood to explore the world and find the members. Dragon Ball has attracted a lot of attention from fans of the comics, taking them on a fun, engaging and equally dramatic adventure. Dragon Ball was first released on November 20, 1984 in Weekly Shonuji Jump magazine.