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Excellent Manga

Daewoozoo
The list author says: "I have been a long time fan of anime series. I began watching Dragon Ball Z on Toonami back in the day. After a hiatus from anime during my middle school and high school years, I decided to pick up a new anime series, called Cowboy Bebop. After watching this anime, my love for the Japanese art style presented in anime was restored. So after watching through several series, I began running out of titles I considered worth my time. Eventually, after receiving several recommendations, I was put on to reading manga. Here is a list of my favorite Manga titles. Check them out!"
Gantz Volume 1 (v. 1)
Gantz Volume 1 (v. 1)
"This series does not disappoint.  Every page is packed with mature content, that ranges from violent sci-fi action sequences, graphic/disturbing gore, lustfully-driven sex scenes, and pervasive drug use."
Pluto: Urasawa x Tezuka, Vol. 1
Pluto: Urasawa x Tezuka, Vol. 1
"For fans of science fiction, robot technology, and for those who like to question the meaning of consciousness/free will/ self-determination, this series will be a great read."
Naoki Urasawa's 20th Century Boys, Vol. 1: Friends
Naoki Urasawa's 20th Century Boys, Vol. 1: Friends
"I only just started reading the first volume of this manga.  However, having read Pluto - by same mangaka - I have high expectations for the rest of the series.  Very realistic manga so far."
Naoki Urasawa's Monster, Vol. 1
Naoki Urasawa's Monster, Vol. 1
"I have heard excellent things about this manga.  Only just purchased the first volume.  I began watching the anime series a few months back, but never made it past the second episode.  What I watched had me intrigued...this has been recommended again and again by many people."
Battle Royale Ultimate Edition Volume 1 (v. 1)
Battle Royale Ultimate Edition Volume 1 (v. 1)
"Do yourself a HUGE favor and read this!  I can not emphasize enough how excellent this story of a distopian future really is.The reader will experience a wide range of emotions with each turn of a page."
GTO: Great Teacher Onizuka, Vol. 1
GTO: Great Teacher Onizuka, Vol. 1
"This series is quite humorous.  The main protagonist, Onizuka is a dynamic character.  Working a dead end job at a construction site, he is prompted to persue a career as a public school teacher.  The classroom antics provide much of this manga's comedy."
Welcome to the N.H.K., Volume 1 (v. 1)
Welcome to the N.H.K., Volume 1 (v. 1)
"A 22 year old college drop out has been living as a recluse for the past four years.  His life has come to a complete stand still, and lacks any sort of purpose or direction.     Check it out if you are looking for a serious, psychologically laden story of seclusion, delusion, perversion, and a possibility of hope."
Death Note, Vol. 1
Death Note, Vol. 1
"Felt like I should put this on here.  It's a decent manga and all.  Not to realistic in any sense...which sort of takes away from my investment in it.  But raises interesting moral questions of life/death."
Akira, Vol. 1
Akira, Vol. 1
"Read it."
Dragon Ball, Vol. 1 (Collector's Edition)
Dragon Ball, Vol. 1 (Collector's Edition)
"If nothing else, this series holds a great deal of nostalgia for many readers.  I, personally have found myself enjoying Dragon Ball more than the latter -Z/GT.  Great for children."