150,000 People in Japan Ranked the Top 100 Manga of All Time

Japanese television network TV Asahi recently released their first-ever list of the Top 100 manga of all time.

TV Asahi, one of Japan’s biggest television networks, conducted the “Seriously, 150,000 citizens voted! Manga General Election” survey on Jan. 3, asking Japanese citizens to vote on which manga they think is the best, according to SoraNews24.

 

“Dragon Ball” and “Detective Conan” – the former being one of the most popular titles ever and the latter, one of the longest-running anime/manga series to date after its debut in 1996 – placed fifth and fourth place, respectively.

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“Slam Dunk,” a series created by Takehiko Inoue and first released in 1990, ranked third while the recent, popular series created by Koyoharu Gotoge, “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba,” was voted as the second-best manga of all time.

Finally, Eiichiro Oda’s long-running series “One Piece,” which has recently celebrated its 1,000th manga chapter, took first place in the top 100 manga ranking.

Check out the complete list and the number of votes they received below from most votes to least:

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“One Piece” (33,600)

“Demon Slayer” (29,100)

“Slam Dunk” (26,700)

“Detective Conan” (25,400)

“Dragon Ball” (22,400)

“Attack on Titan” (21,900)

“Naruto” (19,800)

“Haikyu!!” (18,700)

“Fullmetal Alchemist” (18,500)

“JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure” (17,100)

“Hunter X Hunter” (16,200)

“Gintama” (16,100)

“Kingdom” (15,200)

“World Trigger” (11,700)

“Doraemon” (11,300)

“My Hero Academia” (10,900)

“Yu Yu Hakusho” (8,600)

“Black Jack” (8,200)

“Jujutsu Kaisen” (8,000)

“Natsume’s Book of Friends” (7,400)

“Glass Mask” (7,100)

“Fist of the North Star” (7,000)

“Bleach” (6,950)

“Touch” (6,900)

“Phoenix” (6,700)

“Banana Fish” (5,800)

“The Rose of Versailles” (5,600)

“Inuyasha” (5,300)

“Ashita no Joe” (5,100)

“Dragon Quest: The Adventure of Dai” (4,950)

“Rurouni Kenshin” (4,900)

“Maison Ikkoku” (4,600)

“Zatch Bell!” (4,400)

“The Poe Clan” (4,100)

“KochiKame” (4,080)

“Golgo 13” (4,060)

“Sazae-san” (4,040)

“Star of the Giants” (4,020)

“Astro Boy” (4,000)

“Golden Kamuy” (3,950)

“Tokyo Ghoul” (3,900)

“Dokaben” (3,850)

“The Quintessential Quintuplets” (3,800)

“Aim for the Ace!” (3,600)

“Dobutsu no Oisha-san” (3,450)

“The Promised Neverland” (3,400)

“Hajime no Ippo” (3,100)

“Ushio and Tora” (3,000)

“Master Keaton” (2,900)

“Kaguya-Sama: Love is War” (2,850)

“Assassination Classroom” (2,800)

“Kuroko’s Basketball” (2,750)

“Black Butler” (2,700)

“The Prince of Tennis” (2,650)

“Haikara-san: Here Comes Miss Modern” (2,600)

“Candy Candy” (2,300)

“City Hunter” (2,290)

“Chainsaw Man” (2,260)

“Nodame Cantabile” (2,230)

“Parasyte” (2,200)

“Urusei Yatsura” (2,000)

“Card Captor Sakura” (1,900)

“Kinniku Man” (1,850)

“Bungo Stray Dogs” (1,800)

“Fairy Tail” (1,790)

“Tokimeki Tonight” (1,760)

“Reborn!” (1,730)

“Hoshin Engi” (1,700)

“Cyborg 009” (1,550)

“Boys Over Flowers” (1,500)

“Tetsujin 28-Go” (1,300)

“H2” (1,250)

“Galaxy Express 999” (1,200)

“Devilman” (1,160)

“Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic” (1,130)

“Oishinbo” (1,100)

“Abu-san” (1,050)

“Space Battleship Yamato” (1,000)

“Basara” (990)

“Captain” (980)

“Barbaric Legend” (960)

“Hikaru no Go” (950)

“Major” (930)

“Fire Force” (920)

“Toilet-Bound Hanako-kun” (900)

“Karakuri Circus” (890)

“Fruits Basket” (860)

“Kaze no Daichi” (830)

“Yukan Club” (800)

“Aria” (780)

“Berserk” (760)

“Macaroni Spinach” (740)

“Princess Knight” (720)

“Rent-A-Girlfriend” (700)

“D.Gray-Man” (690)

“Sket Dance” (660)

“Captain Tsubasa” (630)

“Tenshi Nanka Ja Nai” (600)

“March Comes in Like a Lion” (580)

“Dr. Stone” (560)

Feature Images via MarcoThePhoenix lande (left) iRok’s TV (right)

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