Japanese Fans List The Manga They’re Worried Will Never End
There are manga that last a long time, and there are manga that last a long time. While series like Dragon Balland Naruto went on for over a decade, their creators eventually brought them in for a landing.
On the other hand, there are series that look like they’re just never going to end. Ranking site Goo asked its readers to list the manga they’d like to see finish, but are worried never actually will, and the results looked a little something like this.
Year in parentheses represents the year serialization began.
18. Kingdom (2006)
17. Vagabond (1998)
15 (tie). Akagi (1992)
15 (tie). Kachō Kōsaku Shima (1983)
14. Big Windup! (2003)
13. Hajime no Ippo (1989)
12. Five Star Stories (1986)
11. Golgo 13 (1968)
10. Bastard!! (1988)
9. Yūkan Club (1986)
8. Berserk (1989)
7. X (1992)
6. Crest of the Royal Family (1976)
5. Nana (2000)
4. Glass Mask (1976)
3. Hunter x Hunter (1998)
2. One Piece (1997)
1. Detective Conan (1994)
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