Yeah, there’s a part one. I did part one a long time ago, I guess it was in June(Wow, I’ve come a long way). Well this list is purely based on the mangas I’ve read. Mangas create the best anime but what if there were more amazing mangas that never got an anime adaptation.
I know there are a lot of mangas that deserved an anime adaptation and here are some of them.
“Save me!” Those were Sakurako Amamiya’s last words to her friend Ageha Yoshina before she mysteriously went missing. Now Ageha’s on a quest to find her. He’s convinced that the mythical Psyren Secret Society has something to do with the recent rash of disappearances. And now he seems to be caught up as a player in their very deadly game…
This is definitely not your normal sci-fi manga. The characters of Psyren were all unique in themselves, both in powers and personality. The more chapters I read the more I enjoyed, each chapter was filled with interesting content.
High school senior year, spring—one of life’s important forks in the road. Taichi Ichinose finds himself in the same class as Futaba Kuze, who he feels strangely averse to, and his popular childhood friend, Touma Mita. One day, Futaba confides in him her love for Touma, and asks him for help. How will Taichi respond? This new “pure” love story begins as the three are colored in the emotions of youth.
One of the great Things about manga is that it can show us the characters emotions in other ways than Words. I personally love the way the art style changes to fit the mood or emotions of the characters. It makes it possible to create funny and cute moments and turn it into a deeper and realistic style in a fitting way, its strength comes from its characters and how they’re developed. This was a unique manga and I loved reading it.
He’s rich, he’s smart, girls gather around him all the time, and he has always gotten first place on his exams… well, until Kujou transferred in his primary school class. She was quiet, plain, and poor, yet not once has she failed at beating Yanagi, both in academics and sports! Yanagi has made it his life goal to defeat this girl Kujou, and ten years later, as they enter high school, he just might finally win! This is the story of their last game.
There are touching romantic moments and substantial character development in several subplots. I’m just really happy that the mangaka didn’t make yanagi look too much like the typical leading male in a Shoujo Manga if u know what I mean. I can’t explain how much I loved this manga.
Upon entering high school, the very quiet but extremely cute Suiren becomes the immediate center of attention among the boys… but one particular boy does not look her way. The story of a quiet girl and a quiet boy. A short, refreshing love story.
The art was very pretty and light, it was calming and switched between sweet to comedic to sad moments but most of the time stayed light and nice. Hibi Chouchou is one of those refreshing romance shoujo manga’s and even if you aren’t a fan of cute things you’ll still be awed by the cuteness.
Wake up, sleeping beauty
Despite being a scaredy-cat and crybaby, high schooler Tetsu Misato finds himself working at the eerie estate on the hill, where Shizu—the only child of the Karasawa family—is secreted away. However, his friendship with Shizu quickly turns to fear when several spirits of the dead appear before him, borrowing her appearance. As he struggles to find the humanity in her supernatural condition, Tetsu must also face a question at once terrifying and heartbreaking: What if the true Shizu never returns?
This manga is so underrated. I don’t know how an manga like this never got an anime. I’m so angry. Most beautiful thing I ever read so far! Literally teared up throughout most of it! Definitely worth the read. I guess this manga really hit me on the feels. I think this a manga I’ll definetely remember forever. Here is my full review.
A hopeless geek, a beautiful woman, and a fast connection–could the Internet be his ticket onto the express train to romance?
A real-life thread on an Internet forum sparks a nationwide phenomenon! A nerdy otaku meets a girl on a train and posts an urgent query on the Web–How the heck do you talk to girls? What should he wear on their date? Where should they go? The forum’s response was overwhelming, and the thread continued to grow along with their relationship.
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.
Heisuke is a young man who was left in charge of taking care of his little cousin Aki for a day. Being an only child who usually stays at home alone, Aki is quiet, reserved, and will go out of his way not to make trouble for others. As they spend more time together, Aki begins to grow very attached to Heisuke, especially since Heisuke’s hobby is to make sweets and desserts. The quiet Aki eventually opens up to Heisuke, and Heisuke in return teaches Aki that sometimes it’s all right to be selfish and say what you really want to do.
The story’s atmosphere is slice-of-life drama. The friendship between Heisuke and Aki is the heart of the story, I absolutely loved their realtionship. The whole manga brought a new atmosphere. Definetely a great read.
Honey so sweet
Little did Nao Kogure realize back in middle school that when she left an umbrella and a box of bandages in the rain for injured delinquent Taiga Onise that she would meet him again in high school. Nao wants nothing to do with the gruff and frightening Taiga, but he suddenly presents her with a huge bouquet of flowers and asks her to date him—with marriage in mind! Is Taiga really so scary, or is he a sweetheart in disguise?
Man, and I thought I could never find another cute manga. This is just off the charts, I felt like the story was nice but too much and artwork was amazing, I could really feel all the facial expressions especially the blushing part. I thought I already read it but I think it was the oneshot.
Faster than a kiss
Losing their parents, Fumino and her brother hop from one relative to another. Getting tired of all those movings, she finally decides to quit school and work to support her brother on her own. As they sat on a park bench, her teacher appears in front of her and agrees to her demanding of marrying and supporting both her and her brother!! Is he serious or just playing around…!?
One of my favorite shoujo’s of all time. Usually I kinda hate student-teacher relationships but this one is an exception. I wanna say, this really amazing story. In the end you’ll understand that it was just a love of a teacher towards a student that turned into something special.
Wow, this was harder than I imagined. Well anyway that’s all the mangas I have, let me know in the comments if there are more mangas that desrved an anime adaptation.
Thank you for reading.