Japanese comics, or manga, have become a favourite of the world community.

In the late 80s, Japanese manga entered and was received quite well, although the titles circulating were still limited at that time.

Japanese manga titles began to vary from the mid-2000s to the present, and of course, the genres are increasingly varied.

Here are recommendations for the best Japanese manga that are still running and popular.

  1. Dr Stone

Unlike other comics, the story of Dr Stone tells the decline of civilisation due to a strange explosion that turns all humans into stone. Yet, miraculously a 16-year-old boy named Senku Ishigami managed to escape. Senku and his friend Taiju solved the mystery with his genius brain.

  1. Tales of Demons and God

Tales of Demons and God tells the story of a man named Nie Li, reborn as a 13-year-old boy after dying at the hands of an evil being. Even though Nie Li is the worst student in the class and only has a red soul, the weakest soul, he has a lot of knowledge in his previous life that allowed him to talk more than the rest of his friends.

  1. Jujutsu Kaisen

Jujutsu Kaisen is an action genre anime that originated from the manga by Gege Akutami, which was published in 2018 in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine and has been published in sixteen volumes.

The manga was adapted into the Jujutsu Kaisen anime. The anime is produced by MAPPA Studio and has aired 24 episodes for the first season.

Jujutsu Kaisen tells the story of a talented high school student who has a muscular physique and is suitable for joining the sports club at her school.

  1. Kiss x Sis

The manga reached its end after more than 15 years of serialisation. Volume 25 will be released on November 18 in Japan. When Keita Suminoe’s father remarried, he got a new mother and an older twin.

Different but similar, the friendly and mature Ako is the former student council president, while the aloof and athletic Riko is the former head of the discipline.

The three have been together since kindergarten, resulting in a deep bond between the new sibling and Keita.

However, their relationship developed into something more romantic and erotic over time.

Keita’s father also confirmed that he would marry one of his two half-sisters. However, Keita didn’t want it and desperately tried to dodge it.

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  1. Dragon Ball

Dragon Ball tells the story of the adventures of a boy named Son Goku, who lives in the mountains. Goku’s fate changes when he meets Bulma, a genius girl who invites him to find the dragon ball. His wish will come true if a person can collect dragon balls scattered throughout the world. Goku and Bulma embark on an adventure to collect the orbs and face challenges.