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8 must-read Manga series for anime lovers

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Apr 14, 2024

Aakanksha Sharma

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Anime has been all the rage in recent years. Be it shows, series or Manga, people can’t have enough of the characters and storylines. And so, if you too wish to start your Manga journey, here we list a few books that will be perfect to start with.

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‘One Piece’

‘One Piece’ features the adventurous Monkey D. Luffy and his friends. Together they sail the high seas in search of some legendary treasure, known as ‘One Piece’. The books are beautifully illustrated and will keep you hooked.

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‘Naruto’

The Manga of an extremely famous Anime, ‘Naruto’ is the story of Naruto Uzumaki, a young ninja with dreams of becoming the strongest ninja and leader of his village. Through different incidents he learns lessons of friendship, battles and wit.

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‘Attack on Titan’

‘Attack on Titan’ features giant humanoids, known as ‘Titans’ and Eren Yeager and his friends who join a battle to save humanity from the unjust wrath of Titans. The Manga has brilliant examples of sacrifice, teamwork, a wish for survival and much more.

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‘Dragon Ball’

With the beloved character of ‘Goku’, the ‘DragonBall’ series involves him, the martial artist with an innocent mind who searches for the mystical ‘Dragon Balls’.

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​‘Jujutsu Kaisen’

With a very catchy name, Jujutsu Kaisen follows the story of Yuji Itadori and cursed spirits who threaten humans. Yuji Itadori becomes the hero of the story as he joins a secret organisation to battle with these spirits.

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‘Death Note’

A Manga that appeals to teenagers a lot is ‘Death Note’. It involves a high school student who finds a mysterious notebook that gives him the power to kill anyone whose name he writes in it.

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‘Fullmetal Alchemist’

Alchemy, the force that changes lives and objects, is the theme of this Manga. It follows Edward and Alphonse Elric as they seek the Philosopher’s Stone to restore their bodies after an alchemical experiment goes wrong.

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‘Tokyo Ghoul’

‘Tokyo Ghoul’ is a dark world where humans co-live with flesh-eating ghouls. The story features Ken Kaneki, who is lost in life and searches for some meaning and identity as a half-ghoul.

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