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25 Best Manga of All Time

Countless comic books are released everyday all over the world, and Japanese comic books, which is known as manga, are what you read at first. Manga is one of the most famous Japanese pop cultures as well as anime.

It is said that the oldest manga originated in Japan in Heian Period (794-1185), which is known as Chojugiga where frolicking animals are depicted. In the 19th century, a traditional Japanese Ukiyo-e (pictures of everyday life) flourished in the country.

In the middle of the 20th century, the famous Japanese weekly manga magazines started to be published including Weekly Shonen Magazine, Weekly Shonen Sunday, Weekly Shonen Jump, etc. On the other hand, American comic books with the theme of superhero, which are also one of the most popular comic book categories, got were gaining popularity among American people.

Manga has got much more popular recently around the globe since anyone can access the Japanese entertaining contents easily. Popular manga are sold in various countries and regions translated into many languages ​​soon after they are published in Japan. Additionally, digital technologies like e-books and online manga services have spread worldwide.

Then what on earth should you read? Today, I'd like to introduce 25 best manga of all time including classic series and recent and ongoing books. This best manga lineup will help beginners to find the first manga to read and manga fans to dig the manga world deeper. Manga otaku and geeks will enjoy controversial discussions about this manga list anime freaks website .

Of course, you can read the greatest manga in English and other languages.

Let's start a countdown!

25. Fist of the North Star
Fist of the North Star
Fist of the North Star (北斗 の 拳), was published on Weekly Shonen Jump between 1983 and 1988, is one of the most famous action manga in Japan in 1980s. The setting is the deserted world after the nuclear war in 1990s, and Kenshiro, the successor of an ancient martial art of assassination called Hokuto Shinken, survives the world battling with villains.

Written by Buronson / Illustrated by Tetsuo Hara
Published in 1983-1988
Recommended for Manga Freaks

24. Tokyo Ghoul
Tokyo Ghoul
Tokyo Ghoul (東京 喰 種 ト ー キ ョ ー グ ー ル) is a popular dark fantasy manga, serialized on Weekly Young Jump from 2011 to 2014 and followed by the sequel title Tokyo Ghoul: re (東京 喰 種 ト ー グ ー ル: re) until 2018. The setting is Tokyo where the creatures called Ghouls live in the human society. They look like a normal human but subsist on human flesh as food. Its anime adaptation is also loved by the fans all over the world.

Written by Sui Ishida
Published in 2011-2018
Recommended for Manga Fans / Manga Freaks

23. Rave Master
Rave Master
35 volumes of Rave Master (Rave) were written by the popular manga creator Hiro Mashima who is also known for another his masterpiece Fairy Tail. Rave Master was serialized from 1999 to 2005 on Weekly Shonen Magazine. The fantasy adventure manga follows the main character Haru Glory in search of the five pieces of the sacred stone Rave.

Written by Hiro Mashima
Published in 1999-2005
Recommended for Beginners / Manga Fans

22. Uzumaki
Uzumaki
Uzumaki (う ず ま き), which consists of three volumes of manga, has been popular among not only Japanese but also international fans since it was published in 1998-1999. The horror manga has the theme of Uzumaki which means spirals in Japanese. In the fictional cursed town named Kurouzu-cho, the main character Kirie Goshima and her boyfriend Shuichi Saito experiences strange supernatural incidents.

Written by Junji Ito
Published in 1998-1999
Recommended for Manga Fans / Manga Freaks

21. Yu Yu Hakusho
Yu Yu Hakusho
Yu Yu Hakusho (幽 ☆ 遊 ☆ 白 書) is one of the most popular adventure manga in Weekly Shonen Jump comic books in 1990s. The main character Yusuke Urameshi dies in a car accident and revives after a challenging time. I have investigates supernatural incidents as an Underworld Detective with other unique characters including Kurama, Goki and Hiei.
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