The Best Five Manga Stories you'll Ever Read
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The Best Five Manga Stories you'll Ever Read

When we think of a good story, it often has something to do with a character or a structure. From horror to romance, there are a ton of great stories out there that have something to do with what we’re reading. So, what are the best five manga stories you’ll ever read?

This is just a guess, but we think you might have some ideas. Maybe it’s a tale about the meaning of life or something like “Training thighed the hero”. Whatever the case, we’ve got your back! Here are five great stories you should read if you’re looking for something a little different.

What makes up good manga books?
If you want to read some great and colorful stories, pick up a copy of any of the popular manga publishing companies. If you want to read interesting, different stories unrelated to the popular ones, you can always pick up a few of the lower-res collections or trade paperbacks, but don’t everybody have to read everything? Bad point! The good news is that there are plenty of good manga out there that are very different from popular ones. Luckily, there are plenty of online resources where you can read them for free.

What makes a Japanese comic good depends on the person reading as a famous manga book may not suit his/ her taste. When looking for good manga books you should first specify your preferred genres. Manga are graphic novels and not a genre. It is a style of writing. It is different from anime series, especially the media form. The Top 5 Manga Stories mentioned below are the ones you shouldn't miss!

“The Seven Deadly Sins”
This is one of the best stories of all time. The “Seven Deadly Sins” series is a lot of fun, but “The Seven Deadly Sins” manga series is different. It follows nine characters from different ages and walks of life as they go on an adventure together in an attempt to save their world. The series has nearly 50 volumes and a lot of great stories to choose from.

Since its publication in 1998-1999, Uzumaki, which comprises three vol of manga, has been famous among not only Japanese but also foreign followers. Uzumaki, which translates spirals in Japanese, is the topic of the frightening manga. The main heroine Kirie Goshima and her partner Shuichi Saito endure unusual paranormal happenings in the mythical cursed village of Kurouzu-cho.

"Urusei Yatsura"
This is a classic. It is a classic that is almost never translated into English and yet is still loved as much as possible in that tongue-in-cheek way. The plot between a man and a woman is different from many love stories and yet, incredibly meaningful and beautiful nonetheless. The characters in this series are a mix of real life people like you, your friend, and your lover, and what you have to say about the world.

“Slam Dunk”
Among the most major sports comics in Japan is Slam Dunk, a basketball-themed manga. Inside the golden heyday of Weekly Shonen Jump in the 1990s, it was regarded as a masterpiece. Hanamichi Sakuragi, a delinquent high schooler who has never played sports, begins playing in the school club with unusual squad members such as his adversary Kaede Rukawa and Takenori Akagi.

“Oyasumi Punpun”
Oyasumi Punpun, a slice-of-life and drama manga, debuted in Weekly Shonen Sunday in 2007 and moved to Big Comic Spirits in 2008. Manga lovers outside Japan are less familiar with the manga. The 13-volume avant-garde novel focuses on the realities of human existence via the main character Punpun, who is formed like a chick.

All of these manga books can be read on online manga sites but you can also grab its print version on bookstores or borrow it from libraries near you. If you'd like to opt reading it online I have five must visit sites to recommend. 1. Mangago, 2. Mangafreak, 3. Mangaowl, 4. Reading Manga, 5. Mangakakalot. These sites are free where you can read manga books mentioned above and browse over thousands of contents from all around the world. Manga artists are also free to post their works here.

Why choose Manga over Anime?
This topic has always been a part of making decisions in regards to manga. Anime and Manga, although differ in media form, have a lot of similarities when it comes to content. Most of the famous anime series are based on its manga version. Manga focuses more on details of the characters and the flow of the storyline while anime series focus more on engaging, colorful but summarized content. Most readers actually opt for Manga because it contains complete details of the storyline. Those that opt for Anime are those that have a hard time spending their time on reading. Both of these media forms have benefits to the reader. What media form to choose from will always depend on the preference of the person.

Final Words
Manga can be a great read for all kinds of people. They can be charming and silly, educational and insightful, inspiring and creative, and sometimes just really interesting. There are many great stories in the world that are not being told often enough. If you are looking for something different, if you like stories about different topics then anything is possible with just a few keystrokes.

Manga contains a lot of benefits for anyone reading it first and foremost for the fact that it opens the eyes of readers to different real-life scenarios. It also teaches its readers a lot of good morals and ethics that are much needed by anyone in the society. It's also a fun way to learn more about Japanese culture, tradition and language. It can help improve reading comprehension.

Although manga originated in Japan, it continues to get famous all around the world. Many more people are able to access this great form of media and style of writing which is much needed by society. If you’d like to try out reading manga better, feel free to browse to find out what suits your taste.

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