Hello, Alysers, I am excited to share with you the Top 10 Best Recommended Manga I suggest. I started manga six months ago spring 2020 so I don’t call myself an expert by any chance. But we all started with a recommendation.
It all started well after thinking for a while I decided to try the best manga to read since I am a book reader myself I knew that should start expanding myself in self-growth and learn more, so I picked a famous and mainstream best manga. (Demon Slayer) and read the who volumes of it exciting and something I enjoyed reading why because I feel its exciting part.
I am not going to explain how it started that’s for another day.
Let me start with 10 manga I read that I recommend.
before I start let me add a disclaimer
(I don’t intend to tell everyone I am an expert in the manga at all I have started mainstream and doing this just to recommend some)
1. Demon Slayer Until VOL11
Is a fantastic manga worth reading if you know action monsters and a great story then this for you after reading for a while I didn’t like it as much but still hold a memory for me? Although I like did like the end of the story and I want to reread it.
2. Dreamin Sun to Volume 5
It one of my favs but at that start, it was cute and sweet, but I didn’t like it as much as the manga kept going it was that much as interesting as you would expect in a manga so that I will continue, but I don’t think I am going to say this as my fav.
3. Vinland Saga VOL 1 & 2
I loved a lot one of my favs and to be honest, a world-building fight is interesting now I haven’t read the manga all of it until the last volume but wow so so good. One of my favs.
The Vinland Saga is a heck of a realistic take on the historic Danish Viking invasion of England. Along with all the gore and gore, it’s a deep story that makes things as realistic as possible, never turning the violence of war into a fight of good versus evil.
4. Waiting for Spring:
Is a cute high school story that you want to read when you feel bored and need a new manga to read for fun so technically I enjoyed it because of the romance and cuteness of every story there is.
5. My Hero Academia to VOL 5
Now, this is my ultimate fav until now why because of the story and action it’s exciting, but I was kind of disappointed in vol 4, but it got better in vol 5 the story developed it is different than anime, but it is my fav and worth it.
My Hero Academia is a weird and clearly Western-inspired manga that mixes the tropes of shounen manga with western comic quirkiness and art style. Its reliance on worn-out plot settings only makes its various features more interesting.
My Hero Academia undoubtedly has a lot of obvious sides, but the manga is not interesting for the plot or characters, but for what is happening and how little difference can make it all feel new.
6. Dragon Ball
You can’t have a list of the best manga without a manga that has inspired countless seasons of anime and was a huge part of growing up in the 90s.
Dragon Ball may not be the most original manga by today’s standards, but it was a monolith of greatness at the time and it’s easy to see why. There are plenty of downright cool acts along with such a huge cast that should be the favorite.
Dragon Ball started a hell of a trend for shounen manga, but even reading the series now you can see what makes this series shine. Its incredible action, recruiting too many characters, and how everyone is getting more powerful than before is truly a sight to behold for fans of classic sunen manga.
Meet the adorable robot cat, or the main character of the manga, Doraemon, who flew back from the 22nd century to help ordinary Japanese schoolboy Nobita Nobi improve his boring life and the lives of his descendants. The cat has a huge number of useful devices and devices, using which Nobita will definitely not get bored, and his life will never be the same again.
8. One Piece
One Piece is a massive manga journey, both in the story and in the effort, that it takes to read it all from the beginning. But after three days of reading, you have an amazing story that is still of high quality and will probably last for years to come.
One Piece is a huge, long story that continues to be as fun and creative as it started. It can be difficult to start a long streak, but your reward is an ongoing story that just keeps on being good.
9. Attack on Titan
A bunch of manga on this list is the source material for many hit anime, and it’s no different for Shingeki no Kyoujin, the biggest hit series of 2013.
The Attack on Titan’s early work is a blow, but as the series progresses, things get better and better. It has the same standout scenes as the anime (as it should), but it progresses the story much faster, delving deeper into character development that the series missed.
If you’ve heard anything about the Attack on Titan anime over the past few years, you may already know how good the series is. But if you’re looking for reasons to jump into the manga, it’s slightly faster than the anime, and it also continues the story with a more regular wait, giving you more chapters sooner.
At the bottom of that list was Naruto, a love or hate manga that spawned hundreds of chapters, anime episodes, and more than a few spin-off episodes.
Naruto is the first in the Big Three manga series that ends with a finish – a journey from start to finish. He tends to focus on a core cast of characters, but if you have to fight ninja action, this is the best series for him.
Naruto, a long manga epic, is often a great start for anyone looking to get into a long-running series. It’s a very promising series, but it has a lot of nice action and an easy anime path that ends up being very easy to read.
And that’s all folks thank you all for reading this let me know in the comments what you have read?
Hi, my name is Alyazia! I’m an avid reader and content creator in the entermainment industry. My favorite things to do are read books or watch movies on Netflix while sipping coffee and hanging out with my fam and dogs I love traveling around around too but if you can’t go anywhere then reading culture and i love to learn languages Find me in social media @alyswolds