Top 10 best manga of all time you should know (Part 2)
5. Fullmetal Alchemist
Fullmetal Alchemist is a manga by artist Arakawa Hiromu, built on the idea of equal exchange – sacrificing something to get what you want. The story takes place in an industrial revolution-era fantasy universe, where alchemy is one of the most technologically advanced techniques, and the main characters of the story are Edward and Alphonse Elric alchemy. talented monk.
Fullmetal Alchemist was released on July 12, 2001 in the monthly Gekkan Shonen Gangan period.
6. Slam Dunk
The main character of the Slam Dunk series is Hanamichi Sakuragi – a sleazy high school student who is put on the school basketball team by Haruko Akagi. The main plot of the manga is a teenage story about teammates’ relationships and how they behave towards opponents.
Slam dunk has had a strong influence on basketball in middle and high schools in Japan and other countries around the world. Slam dunk was first introduced to readers in 1990 in Weekly Shon shy Jump magazine.
7. Detective Conan
Detective Conan is a comic book series in the detective genre, drawn by the artist Aoyama Gosho. The series was originally just mini-stories published in Shogakukan’s Shonuji Sunday weekly from January 19, 1994, and later was volume-packed and published.
The series revolves around the student detective Kudo Shinichi during an investigation who was forced to drink poison by the Black Organization and caused his shrinking body to become Edogawa Conan.
8. Fairy Tail
Fairy Tail takes place in another universe, where magic is very popular and the person who uses them is called a mage. The plot of Fairy Tail revolves around the four Fairy Tail mages, Lucy, Natsu, Gray and Ezra, along with missions to explore the world and punish evil people. The story highlights the solidarity between friends and family love between orphans.
9. Inu Yasha
Inu Yasha is a manga work by artist Takahashi Rumiko, which was first released on Weekly Shonoya Sunday on November 13, 1996.
The story tells about the adventures of Higurashi Kagome, a high school student who can return to the past thanks to the mysterious ancient well in the temple at home, and Inu Yasha the half-lover.
10. Death Note
Death Note is a mystery, drama, and detective genre written by Ohba Tsugumi and illustrated by Obata Takeshi. Death Note was first released to readers in December 2003 in Weekly Shon shy Jump magazine.
The story revolves around the life of a high school male student Light Yagami when he picks up a mysterious notebook and is determined to eliminate evil from the world thanks to it. Although it has not been released in some countries yet, the animated film adaptation and live-action of this series is very much awaiting by young people.