JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure is a legendary ongoing manga by Hirohiko Araki. It began serialization in 1986 (!) and as of 2017, it’s divided into 8 separate parts. This is a review of part 1.
Isekai manga and light novels have been all the craze in the community for the last several years. A lot of manga tagged with this genre get a bad rep, but there are definitely some “trapped in a different world” manga out there worth reading.
Most manga have teenagers or young adults as their target audience, so it’s not easy to find a good manga focused on parenting or family life in general. That doesn’t mean that there aren’t some amazing manga in this genre, though. Here are three that I think are worthy of note.
“Rookies” is a manga written by Masanori Morita, of “Rokudenashi Blues” fame. It was serialized between June 1998 and November 2003. It’s a highly popular manga in Japan, ranking as the 9th most sold manga of 2008 with 2,765,163 copies sold.
Asano Inio is an amazing seinen manga writer, mainly known for his smashing hit Oyasumi Punpun. It’s not his only masterpiece, though, and his other works are sometimes unfortunately overshadowed. Let’s take a closer look at this mangaka’s best titles so far.
Possibly the best slice of life manga of all time. Written by Ashinano Hitoshi and serialized from 1994 to 2006. It was compiled in 14 volumes and is 140 chapters long.
It’s been plaging the industry for a long time now, but right now, it’s worse than ever.
Everyone enjoys a good love story. What makes a romance manga good, though? In this list we will be discussing this and showcasing the 10 best romance manga of all time.
Written by ONE, illustrated by Murata Yusuke. Published on Young Jump Web Comics since 2012 (Web-comic ongoing since 2009).
Written by Inagaki Riichiro and illustrated by Murata Yusuke. Serialized in Weekly Shounen Jump from 2002 to 2009. Sports manga 333 chapters long (compiled into 37 volumes).