Yes, I didn’t have a single blog idea so, I just decided to share my highest rated mangas with you guys and hopefully I can give some recommendations. This post is going to consist of 4 or 5 parts because I really really have long list like almost 50 mangas or so. Don’t worry all my next posts or not going to be the continuation, I’ll be posting normal things too. Well this list for the mangas I’ve read so far and if I discover any new great mangas I’ll be sure to share them with you. This list is based on my anilist profile.
Okay, let’s start.
Easygoing and energetic Yamato Akitsuki is ready to start his high school life in Tokyo. Having been invited by his aunt to stay rent-free at her housing complex, he unhesitatingly accepts her offer. But unbeknownst to him, the boarding house is actually an all-girls dormitory.
Upon visiting his new school, Yamato catches sight of a girl training for the high jump. Amazed by her athletic ability and beauty, he yearns to learn more about her. To his fortune, this girl, Suzuka Asahina, lives right next door to him—but all of their encounters thus far has given Suzuka a bad impression of him. In spite of the constant misunderstandings, Yamato still joins the track team with the intent of impressing her and soon discovers he has the potential to become a top hundred-meter sprinter. With friendship, and possibly love on the line, Yamato trains his heart out in order to win over the girl he loves.
My favorite manga of all time. This is just considered as a average manga but not for me, this was the manga that brought me love all the romance mangas I read now. This manga will always be in my heart forever. I definetely recommend you to try this manga.
Arakwa under the bridge
A young “elite” man, Kou Ichinomiya, has a policy of not being in debt to anyone. However, a series of events lead to him owing his life to a strange girl who goes by the name Nino. She lives under the bridge of the Arakawa River, and says, to Kou’s disbelief, that she’s a native of the planet Venus, a Venusian. After the ordeal between the two, they become lovers. Kou adopts the name Recruit (Rec) and ends up living under the bridge with Nino and her group of even stranger friends.
I’ve read all 400 chapters of it in two days. Yes in two days, it was a weekend so I had a lot of freetime. This has to be the funniest gag manga I’ve ever read so far. This manga will certainly make you laugh escpecially during these times.
The story follows the “strongest juvenile delinquent”, Oga Tatsumi, a first year in “Ishiyama High” the school for delinquents. One day while sleeping next to a river he sees a man floating down it, he pulls him to shore and the man splits in half revealing a baby boy. This boy is the son of the demon king and he has been chosen as the one to raise it with the baby’s demon maid Hilda. The story follows his life with the child and at the delinquent school.
This is one of those mangas that never get old no matter how much times you reread it. It has comedy, it has action, it has magic, everything you need is right in Beelzebub.
The popular oneshot “Aphrodisiac Café” has now begun serialization as a series! This time the heroine is a regular customer at the Aphrodisiac Café, Megu. Everyday she takes the time to put on makeup, but the reason for that is… What kind of tea would be suitable for a troubled maiden?
This is one of my favorite mangas. I really like mangas which doesn’t focus on only one relationship but also others. It is great to see story which not only revolves around two person but also the people who surrounds them. It was a bit short but I really liked it.
A chance event triggered Shouyou Hinata’s love for volleyball. His club had no members, but somehow persevered and finally made it into its very first and final regular match of middle school, where it was steamrolled by Tobio Kageyama, a superstar player known as “King of the Court.” Vowing revenge, Hinata applied to the Karasuno High School volleyball club…only to come face-to-face with his hated rival, Kageyama! A tale of hot-blooded youth and volleyball from the pen of Haruichi Furudate!!
I have nothing to say about this manga. I mean what isn’t there in this manga, it’s got everything. This manga is really special to all the anime/manga lovers and of course me too.
High school debut
While in middle school, Haruna Nagashima threw herself into playing softball while secretly dreaming of finding romance, but without any luck. High school has just started for her, and she now has the perfect chance to fall in love with a potential boyfriend. But there’s one problem—she has no idea where to begin!
On her first day of school, she accidentally bumps into You Komiyama, the most popular boy in the year. With his stunning looks, Haruna is positive he can help. The handsome boy reluctantly agrees to coach her about love under one condition: she must not fall in love with him. Under You’s guidance, will Haruna be able to kick off her high school debut and find herself a boyfriend?
This manga is seriously underrated. It definetely deserved a anime adaptation because it’s that good. This is one of my favorite shojo mangas of all time.
Masamune kun’s revenge
As a child, Masamune Makabe once suffered greatly at the hands of a wealthy and beautiful girl named Aki Adagaki, who nicknamed him “Piggy” due to his chubby appearance. Seeking revenge against his tormentor, Masamune works hard to improve himself and returns as an incredibly handsome, albeit narcissistic, high school student. When he encounters Aki once again, he is prepared to exact vengeance.
With the aid of the rich girl’s maid, Yoshino Koiwai, Masamune slowly begins to build his relationship with Aki, intending to break her heart when the time is right. However, as his friendship with Aki begins to grow, Masamune starts to question the objectives of his devious plans, and if bringing them to fruition is what his heart truly desires.
Definetely not what I expected. This is like that meme “I came looking for copper, I found gold”. Yeah, the series is really good, I expected totally something else but it gave me a good time instead while reading it.
Ririko is a hardworking girl who has been performing the role of a mother in her household after the death of her own one when she was five. When her father, a handyman, is stricken with illness and admitted to a hospital, Ririko decides to take up the role of a handyman to help her father’s business in his absence. Her first client is a rich teenage boy with high expectations of his helpers. Will she be able to satisfy him?
Usually nowadaays I don’t like shojo’s that much because it’s always drama and I’ve read like 50 of them in the last two months. I think I enjoyed this manga because I took a leave from reading shojo mangas for a few days and I think it worked because I’ve never been so happy to read shojo mangas again.
Hanamichi Sakuragi, infamous for this temper, massive height, and fire-red hair, enrolls in Shohoku High, hoping to finally get a girlfriend and break his record of being rejected 50 consecutive times in middle school. His notoriety precedes him, however, leading to him being avoided by most students. Soon, after certain events, Hanamichi is left with two unwavering thoughts: “I hate basketball,” and “I desperately need a girlfriend.”
One day, a girl named Haruko Akagi approaches him without any knowledge of his troublemaking and asks him if he likes basketball. Hanamichi immediately falls head over heels in love with her, blurting out a fervent affirmative. She then leads him to the gymnasium, where she asks him if he can do a slam dunk. In an attempt to impress Haruko, he makes the leap, but overshoots, instead slamming his head straight into the blackboard. When Haruko informs the basketball team’s captain of Hanamichi’s near-inhuman physical capabilities, he slowly finds himself drawn into the camaraderie and competition of the sport he had previously held resentment for.
Best sports manga of all time. This is actually the first sports manga I’ve read and I’m glad it was slam dunk. The plot, the art the whole manga was flawless. For me the most fun thing in the manga was the characters, each character was really enjoyable to see.
To love ru
Yuuki Rito is your average high school student–awkward, shy, and hopeless when it comes to confessing his feelings to the girl of his dreams. But one day, an alien princess on the run suddenly appears in his bathtub! When Rito finds himself engaged to the beautiful Lala after a misunderstanding, he becomes embroiled in the chaos of extraterrestrial politics, rival alien suitors, and harem hilarity! The story continues in To Love Ru Darkness, when Lala’s younger sister Momo begins her own machinations to marry Rito…but it can only happen if he is coronated as king of their interstellar empire, which would allow him to marry as many women as he wants!
The first harem manga I read. Well right now I really hate harems but since this was before my hate towards harem, I loved it. It was my first time reading a new type of manga so I was raelly interested but now I seriously don’t want any harem maybe I’ll make a post about it.
Boy–bashful and not overly brave–defends girl from obnoxious drunk on a Tokyo train. Girl sends boy a thank-you pair of pricey Hermés teacups. Boy’s a geek and doesn’t know what to do next. End of story for most nerds–but this one turns to the world’s largest online message board and asks for help, so for him it’s just the beginning. This matchless love story is told through a series of Internet chat room threads.
As Train Man, our hero charts his progress and unveils each new crisis–from making conversation to deciding what to wear on a date and beyond–in return, he receives advice, encouragement, warnings, and sympathy from the anonymous netizens. And Train Man discovers the secret to what makes the world go round–and proves we really do live in a universe where anything can happen.
This is just a wonderful manga. I absoluetely love this. More than the love story between the main characters, the relationship between the MC and his internet friends are more interesting to read. If you’re in search of some good manga then this will definetely satisfy your list.
Yamada-kun and the seven witches
A junior at Suzaku High, Ryuu Yamada is infamous for being a hardliner and a delinquent. One day, after being reprimanded for his poor performance and attitude toward school, he spots Urara Shiraishi, the grade’s top student. As Shiraishi is walking up the stairs, Yamada attempts to provoke her, only to trip and fall, taking her down with him.
Eventually, he wakes up in the infirmary. To his surprise, he discovers that he is not in his own body. It turns out that he swapped bodies with Shiraishi, and upon confronting her, he finds out that the catalyst for the swap was an accidental kiss during the fall. With the knowledge of this new ability, Yamada’s eventful high school life has just begun!
This was a manga I never wanted to end. I literally cried at the ending, this manga had one of the best endings of all time. I would definetely recommend this manga to people who love magic and some romance.
Well that’s all I have for today’s list. Second part coming soon.
Thank you for reading.