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    Manga Fans: What You Reading?

    What you all reading\recommend?

    I've never actually read a manga till a few weeks ago when I finally started powering through the first few Berserk manga I bought a few years ago. Great fun read thus far. On book 6.

    I'm looking for suggestions on more adult oriented, story driven manga. Not porn. I dont care the genre, but I do really like war related stuff, fantasy, etc... Basically I will read anything if it's amazing. Maybe like the Vampire Hunter D, Ninja Scroll, Valkyria Chronicles, Lord of the Rings of Manga. Just stuff that doesn't feel like it's written for middle schoolers.

    Research online just leads me Naruto, and One Piece related top lists. Although I did notice Golgo 13. I might give that a shot.

    Anyway, what Manga you all like a lot?

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    Manga always seems to start off ok, then get good, then get weird and boring and then I lose interest.

    Only two I can think of that I was actively waiting for new translations to be posted. One was Gantz which was good. It matched up to the anime for season 1, then split on season 2 but its because of production time. What usually happens is that a manga sells like gangbusters, then gets made into an anime and the first volume or whatever is adapted. Then because the manga doesn't stop because the anime is being made, the season 2 ends up changing bits and the anime and manga deviate. Gantz was still ok in either form, but obviously they didn't continue on. The manga was fairly slow at times, and then got into the weird phase with the dinosaurs and stuff. I think I lost interest sometime after that. Also I think the main character (Kurono?) was able to leave the game.

    The other one I remember reading a lot was Prison School. It also had a weird phase, but it was super drawn out and got really boring. That was the race (IDK if it was in the anime or not) and basically I gave up trying to read it for awhile. Also an issue with that one is that it got picked up very fast for making an anime (as compared to Gantz) that hosts for the manga were having trouble staying online.
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    I'm reading One Punch Man and My Hero Academia; they're both fun, but there is plenty of depth there, and both are drawn magnificently (Murata - on One Punch - is one of my favorite manga artists whose work on Eyeshield 21 was fantastic and very, very detail oriented).

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    A lot of translated Gundam these days. Stuff from Gundam Ace, mostly:

    Mobile Suit Moon Gundam
    Mobile Suit Gundam Walpurgis
    Mobile Suit Gundam: Rise From The Ashes
    Mobile Suit Gundam 0083: Rebellion

    As far as Gundam goes, I'm also picking up the Viz translation of Mobile Suit Gundam Thunderbolt,which is one of the best Gundam side stories I've ever read. It really takes the UC in interesting directions.

    As for other stuff, I'm reading the Arislan adaptation by FMA creator Hiromu Arakawa and it's pretty brilliant. She's such a gifted storyteller.

    I read Vagabond by Takehiko Inoue when new chapters are available but it goes on Berserk style hiatuses. Still, Inoue is probably overall the best manga-ka working today so his material is worth the wait. If you haven't read Vagabond, you are depriving yourself of one of Japan's comic art masterpieces.

    I also read A Bride's Story by Kaoru Mori. It's pretty heavy on the shoujo aspects but the Silk Road is an interesting subject so I am digging on it as a period piece with gorgeous artwork and a really good cast of characters.


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    reading oldboy. it's really good so far and quite different from the movies in that it has less of a shock value which the movies were all about. and the main protagonist comes off more of a hero in the manga where as in the movies he was supposed to be a complete looser who no one liked which kind of warranted his imprisonment.

    really nice art work which gives a sega's yakuza kind of atmosphere. and it's a japanese manga which i always thought it would be korean since the original movie was.

    so far i'm on chapter 18 and still haven't lost interest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greedostick View Post
    I'm looking for suggestions on more adult oriented, story driven manga. Not porn. I dont care the genre, but I do really like war related stuff, fantasy, etc... Basically I will read anything if it's amazing.
    If you're looking for something for adult readers, my suggestion would be to start with Yoshihiro Tatsumi's "A Drifting Life". It's not only an autobiographical piece on one of the most important gekiga creators, but the story of the manga industry itself. At 840 pages, it's absolutely massive. I can not recommend it enough.

    After that, if you feel this is a direction you want to explore further, you can either pick up more works by Tatsumi, or maybe go for Tezuka's gekiga works, like the excellent "Ayako" or "Ode To Kirihito". Anything by the dream team of Kazuo Koike and Goseki Kojima would satisfy an adult reader as well. First choices here would be "Lone Wolf and Cub" and "Samurai Executioner". Kojima's art is simply amazing.

    Maybe like the Vampire Hunter D, Ninja Scroll, Valkyria Chronicles, Lord of the Rings of Manga. Just stuff that doesn't feel like it's written for middle schoolers.
    Yeah ... While Naruto and One Piece are your typical examples of shonen manga and are mainly marketed toward teenage boys, the seinen stuff you list [Hunter D at least, there is no Ninja Scroll manga as far as I know] isn't far behind, although seinen is a rather broad spectrum. As an adult expecting something more out of manga, you should be looking at gekiga titles. Those titles are for adults only, not because of sexual or violent character, but because of a more serious tone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Late View Post
    Nausicaš
    The guy is looking for adult graphic novels. I'm not saying there's anything wrong with Nausicaš, but let me paste the first sentences of Wikipedia's plot summary:

    "Nausicaš is the princess of the Valley of the Wind, a state on the periphery of what was once known as Eftal, a kingdom destroyed by the Sea of Corruption, a poisonous forest, 300 years ago. An inquisitive young woman, she explores the territories surrounding the Valley on a jet-powered glider, and studies the Sea of Corruption."

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    Same here. That's shonen as hell. Basically, as an adult you want to avoid anything with an overly complicated plot, or something that sounds like a fairy tale. Shonen manga plots are ridiculous. Anyone can make one up on the spot. A once peaceful planet of G'dor is facing a crisis, when the race of techno-beings sharing the planet with Risoa people contracts an unknown virus. The only force that can stop them are the Angels of Demheil, legendary creatures not seen for thousands of years. When teenage Risoa girl, Latia, finds out she shares a special connection with the angels and can communicate with them through her dreams, she embarks on a journey to find them, and save her home. What she doesn't know is that Lord Snaold and his minions won't allow that to happen. Give me a break.
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    Can't go wrong with the classics: Akira and Ghost in the Shell

    I also really liked BioMega, which caused me to buy the first volume of the reissued Blame!, which is cool but doesn't have a lot of substance. I probably won't buy more of it.

    I own all of the Evangelion main run, but haven't read it since I don't feel like getting super depressed at the moment.

    I'd like to read Gundam manga, but don't know where to start, what's a rehash of a Gundam anime, and what's original.

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    vagabond is pretty adult and grounded being based on an actual historical figure and all. one of the best manga's i've ever read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fakeXsound View Post
    Can't go wrong with the classics: Akira and Ghost in the Shell

    I also really liked BioMega, which caused me to buy the first volume of the reissued Blame!, which is cool but doesn't have a lot of substance. I probably won't buy more of it.

    I own all of the Evangelion main run, but haven't read it since I don't feel like getting super depressed at the moment.

    I'd like to read Gundam manga, but don't know where to start, what's a rehash of a Gundam anime, and what's original.
    First of all, read Gundam The Origin. All twelve volumes are published in the US.

    Trust me.

    After that, pay a visit to Zeonic Scanlations on the internet. He's scanlated a lot of manga running in Gundam Ace

    It's a rehash, but Gundam 0083: Rebellion is a BRILLIANT retelling of 0083: Stardust Memory. It's vastly better than the original OVA series. Believe that.

    Rise From the Ashes is an adaptation of the Dreamcast game and it's a really great interpretation of those events.

    He's also doing a translation of the new version of The Blue Destiny, which is the original Saturn game trilogy that has been the wellspring of so many Gundam side stories. Unicorn's NT-D system even finds its roots in BD-1's E.X.A.M. technology.

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    vagabond is pretty adult and grounded being based on an actual historical figure and all. one of the best manga's i've ever read.
    Well...sort of.

    It's actually an adaptation of the novel Musashi by Eiji Yoshikawa. The book is largely considered to be the Gone With The Wind of Japan, and it's a fairly accurate analogy. But Musashi is hardly a historical account of the man's actual life, based on what we know about him.

    So it's more accurate to say Vagabond is based on another work of fiction that, itself, is LOOSELY based on historical fact.

    Sorry to nitpick, hungry wolf


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    Quote Originally Posted by Morden View Post
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    The underlying themes are quite adult, even though the stories are set in a fantasy universe. You sound like a robot. This reminds me of someone I talked with on a Warhammer forum about John Blanche's art. His argument was that the aforementioned was a bad artist because "The anatomy was all off and shit"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Taiso View Post

    Well...sort of.

    It's actually an adaptation of the novel Musashi by Eiji Yoshikawa. The book is largely considered to be the Gone With The Wind of Japan, and it's a fairly accurate analogy. But Musashi is hardly a historical account of the man's actual life, based on what we know about him.

    So it's more accurate to say Vagabond is based on another work of fiction that, itself, is LOOSELY based on historical fact.

    Sorry to nitpick, hungry wolf
    not at all, mate. maybe i should of elaborated more. when i said based on an actual historical figure i meant that the manga is not about an apocalyptic future with super powered people. it's a realistic adult story that's based on actual historical people and times that have occurred. still a great realistic manga even if it is loosely based upon the facts .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bogard View Post
    not at all, mate. maybe i should of elaborated more. when i said based on an actual historical figure i meant that the manga is not about an apocalyptic future with super powered people. it's a realistic adult story that's based on actual historical people and times that have occurred. still a great realistic manga even if it is loosely based upon the facts .
    Haha I think in all honesty, I'm sort of feeling in a 'talky' mood today so I'm overreaching in my desire to discuss things. On most days, I'd have probably just let it pass me by.


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    The only manga that ever kept my attention was battle angel alita. Really loved it years ago.

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    Just read though all of Dr Slump and then Mobile Suit Gundam the Origin. Found the other day a 5 book set of Juline which is fairly old from Viz which looks like some good kung fu stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Late View Post
    The underlying themes are quite adult, even though the stories are set in a fantasy universe. You sound like a robot. This reminds me of someone I talked with on a Warhammer forum about John Blanche's art. His argument was that the aforementioned was a bad artist because "The anatomy was all off and shit"[/img]
    Also, the OP said this:

    I'm looking for suggestions on more adult oriented, story driven manga. Not porn. I dont care the genre, but I do really like war related stuff, fantasy, etc... Basically I will read anything if it's amazing. Maybe like the Vampire Hunter D, Ninja Scroll, Valkyria Chronicles, Lord of the Rings of Manga. Just stuff that doesn't feel like it's written for middle schoolers.
    Seems to me like shonen stuff is perfectly fine, so long as it's not purely childrens' fare.

    Slam Dunk is shonen. But we watch Sakuragi mature into a person that understands the human need for competition and how it makes him better. Not just as a basketball player, but as a human being capable of functioning and succeeding. It starts as a high school story, but that's the trick. The reader has to evolve out of the mindset that the world begins, and ends, with immature crushes and classmate rivalries. The themes of teamwork, brotherhood and improvement are inherent to shonen manga, but they're also inherent in life.

    I'd recommend Slam Dunk to anyone that just wants to read a great story. And it's a sports manga, which I normally don't care for.


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    I'm glad I checked back in! I had thought that Vagabond was done not realizing that it's on a Berserk-esque schedule. I've read the first 20 issues or so back when it was released in single issue format and told myself that I'd go back when it was done to read it in one fell swoop...and then I forgot to go back even though I thought it was done.
    I've been debating diving into A Bride's Story as it sounds very interesting thematically, and the art is indeed gorgeous. I've only been holding off while I wait for some of the Image and IDW (Low, Descender, The Black Monday Murders, Jem & the Holograms) titles I'm following to be done so that I don't have too many different series on the go at once.

    Speaking of Berserk and Miura-san, I read Giganto Maxia recently after coming across it online, and was really wishing there was more. The world and character building done in just a few short volumes for what seems like a short story or one-shot is far too ambitious and deep to be relegated to 200 pages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Renmauzo View Post
    I'm glad I checked back in! I had thought that Vagabond was done not realizing that it's on a Berserk-esque schedule. I've read the first 20 issues or so back when it was released in single issue format and told myself that I'd go back when it was done to read it in one fell swoop...and then I forgot to go back even though I thought it was done.
    I've been debating diving into A Bride's Story as it sounds very interesting thematically, and the art is indeed gorgeous. I've only been holding off while I wait for some of the Image and IDW (Low, Descender, The Black Monday Murders, Jem & the Holograms) titles I'm following to be done so that I don't have too many different series on the go at once.

    Speaking of Berserk and Miura-san, I read Giganto Maxia recently after coming across it online, and was really wishing there was more. The world and character building done in just a few short volumes for what seems like a short story or one-shot is far too ambitious and deep to be relegated to 200 pages.
    Vagabond isn't done. Inoue just likes to take breaks to do research and enjoy his success. He's earned it, IMO. It seems like most of the best creators take time with their craft because they are focusing on opus level storytelling. I can't imagine it's a simple production, either. If you look at the pages, you can tell that there is no wasted space and that even simple panels such as those depicting insects or foothills or clouds all mean something very specific. That kind of storytelling is spiritually draining and sometimes you need to take a break and NOT create to clear your mind and not get burned out or lose inspiration.

    Regarding Inoue, I strongly recommend you read both Slam Dunk and Real if you haven't. Real, in particular, hits very hard. It's about handicapped people playing wheelchair basketball. It it very emotionally wrenching at times.

    A Bride's Story is pretty good, but it's not a masterpiece. It's worth a read if you have the time, however.

    Two more recommendations for y'all, especially if you're looking for 'grown up' manga:

    Wolfsmund-This is George R.R. Martin in manga form. It is as powerful as any story I've ever read. I'd even put it up there with Berserk in terms of its darkness and visceral quality. It's historical fiction, telling about the formation of Switzerland as it fought to free itself from Austrian rule. Geoffrey Baratheon and Ramsay Bolton have nothing on the cruel nobles in Wolfsmund. It is a shocking, frustrating and gripping read. There are victories to be found, but they are VERY hard won and always have devastating consequences. I'd say this is one of the best manga I've ever read. It ended after 9 volumes. I recommended it a while ago. If you fuckers aren't reading it, you should be.

    Vinland Saga-this is a viking era saga that predates the Norman conquest by about..30 years or so? I'm fuzzy on the dates but I know it's the early 11th century. This one is by Makoto Yukimura (Planetes) and this guy knows his viking history. Well, as much as any manga-ka CAN know viking history, since most of it was passed down orally and we're left piecing together the details from the shreds of evidene we have. This is another absolute fucking gem, and if you luddites aren't reading it I shall have you attainted and destroyed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Morden View Post
    If you're looking for something for adult readers, my suggestion would be to start with Yoshihiro Tatsumi's "A Drifting Life". It's not only an autobiographical piece on one of the most important gekiga creators, but the story of the manga industry itself. At 840 pages, it's absolutely massive. I can not recommend it enough.
    This. It's absolutely amazing.
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    I don't read much manga anymore but I am a diehard idiot Dragon Ball fan, so I've been buying the Super volumes as they come out.

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    Thanks for all the suggestions everyone!

    Everything sounds amazing, I don't even know where to start now... I may just pick up a few issues of 3 or 4 mentioned, and see how it goes. I'm trying to relax at night for an hour or so before bed, which seems to be the perfect amount of time to finish one Berserk sized manga.

    Drifting Life sounds pretty awesome, but I don't know if I'm ready to tackle 800 pages right now, but it's already in my amazon want list.

    The Robotech, and Vagabond stuff I'm about to pick a few issues up of right now. Then I just remembered that I actually have the first 9 Lone wolf & Cub Dark Horse manga run on my bookshelf. So I think I should be good for a few weeks.

    Everything mentioned sounds great, even the Nausicaa. I love Nausicaa, I just don't want recommendations on the shovelware manga that top all the "best of" lists. Those lists are like when I read video game top lists, and Pac Man, Pong, and 8 other Atari games are in the top 20. I know it's all bullshit, and the people making, or voting on these lists don't know what the hell they're talking about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Famicommander View Post
    I don't read much manga anymore but I am a diehard idiot Dragon Ball fan, so I've been buying the Super volumes as they come out.
    Same here I've got the entire set of Dragon Ball, also Dragon Ball Z on vizbig, plus the Jaco of the Space Patrol book too. I'll get the Dragon Ball Super books eventually. Much like Osamu Tezuka works I like to pick up the Toriyama stuff like the set of Dr Slump books I just finished off recently.
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    Oh, about Vagabond, OG or VIZBIG editions?

    I kinda like having all the cover arts for comic related stuff, but if the VIZBIG editions are better, or much cheaper in the long run, I would just go with that. Looks like each one collects 3 volumes each.

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    I have the complete run of the Viz 3-in-1 sets:
    https://www.amazon.com/Dragon-Ball-3...on+ball+3+in+1

    No complaints.

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