This is a super funny Japanese fighting manga that tells the story of the life of Katori Itto (the main character of the series) and his troubles. Itto lost his mother at a young age, so he lived with his father, a street inventor.
When he was a child, he lived in Japan, so when he finished primary school, he went to China with his father and here Itto learned Kung Fu. He is a hyperactive guy, not afraid of heaven or earth, he can do whatever he likes. After entering middle school Itto returned to Japan to attend Seiga Middle School and began a series of days of chaos and excitement surrounding football sport and everyday life.
Author: Tamara Ryuhei
Release year: 2009
Genre: Action, Comedy, Martial_Arts, Shounen, Supernatural
Grand blue, also known as Grand Blue Dreaming, is a Japanese manga series written by Kenji Inoue and illustrated by Kimitake Yoshioka.
Iori Kitahara moved to the seaside town of Izu during his freshman year at university, taking up residence on Grand Blue, his uncle’s scuba diving shop. Iori has high hopes and dreams about getting the ideal college experience, but when he walks into the store, he gets caught up in the alcoholic activities of the carefree members of the regular Diving Club. here.
Convinced by upperclassmen Shinji Tokita and Ryuujirou Kotobuki, Iori reluctantly joins their strange party. His cousin Chisa Kotegawa then walks in and catches him in action, much to Iori’s complete disdain. Based on the popular comedy manga series by Kenji Inoue and Kimitake Yoshioka, Grand Blue follows Iori’s adventures with his eccentric new friends as he tries to fulfill his ideal college dream, while simultaneously learn to scuba dive.
Author: Inoue Kenji, Yoshioka Kimitake
Release year: 2018
Genre: Comedy, School Life, Seinen, Slice Of Life, Ecchi
Yongbi the Invincible – Long Phi is undefeated
Yongbi the Invincible (용비불패, Yongbi Bulpae) is a manhwa commissioned by Ryu Ki-Woon (류 기운, Ryugiun) and illustrated by Moon Jung-Hoo (bee, Munjeonghu), published in Haksan’s magazine in 1998 before its completion in 2002. It was succeeded by the sequel Yongbi the Invincible – A Side Story. The series was released on Naver on February 3, 2.
Yongbi is a bounty hunter with no fear or reproach. Especially fearless, really. Despite his greed and preference for drinking (fortunately shared by his loyal horse) and women, Yongbi remains a charming young man. And when a medal-carrying boy, the source of much envy, finds himself under the protection of the adventurer, those crossing their paths must prepare for the worst!
Author: Ki Woon Ryu – MOON Jung-Hoo
Release year: 1998
Genre: Action, Adventure, Comedy, Historical, Martial Arts, Shounen
Crayon Shin-chan (Shin – pencil boy)
It’s a funny story about a 5-year-old mischievous boy Nohara Shinnosuke (referred to as Shin) with father Hiroshi and mother Misae and cute friends in kindergarten.
The boy’s family Shin is a representative representative of the middle class in Japan, so the series is a collection of daily life stories that are very close to Japanese people. In particular, the carefree Shin of the boy also makes funny and funny situations for readers.
Author: Yoshito Usui
Release year: 1990
Genre: Comedy, Action, Slice of Life
Onepunch-man is the story of a young office man. For some unknown reason, the hair on his body suddenly disappeared, then he brought in his super special ability “Fist and die” to protect the earth and the city where he lived from alien creatures. space (but equally destructive).
Besides the tough fight, the shrimp saint always brings ironic and funny situations such as: 1 punch to die, but lost to 1 mosquito, …
Release year: 2012
Genre: Action, Adventure, Comedy, Manga, Shounen, Supernatural
The story revolves around Koiwai Yotsuba, a 5-year-old girl learning about the world around her and life in her new home. The stories are bright and cheerful, but very rich. Each chapter is named with the phrase Yotsuba &…! (like “Yotsuba & Painting!”)
It all started when Yotsuba and his adoptive father Koiwai (小岩井) came to live in a new house. After the troublesome events, Yotsuba quickly became acquainted with the three girls in the Ayase family. In addition, Yotsuba also made many acquaintances in the town. The characters in the story with Yotsuba through daily stories in life, although simple but funny, have made Yotsuba comics attractive and close to many readers, especially children.
Author: Azuma Kiyohiko
Release year: 2008
Genre: anime, comedy, shounen, slice of life
Saiki Kusuo no Sainan
Saiki Kusuo Has a range of superpowers at his command, including telepathy and telepathy. This sounds great, but in Kusuo’s experience, superpowers aren’t all they are deciphered. He tries to live a normal life, despite his annoying abilities.
Endowed with a range of supernatural abilities, from telepathy to the ability to see X-rays, he sees this so-called blessing as nothing more than a curse. As all the inconveniences his power causes continually pile up, all Kusuo aims for is a normal, trouble-free life – a life where ignorance is happiness.
Unfortunately, the life of a psychic is far from quiet. Although Kusuo tries to stay out of the spotlight by keeping his powers a secret from his classmates, he ends up inadvertently attracting the attention of many quirky characters, such as Riki Nendou. empty head and delusional Shun Kaidou. Forced to face the frenzy of those around him, Kusuo realizes that the ordinary life he is striving for is much harder to achieve than expected.
Author: Asō Shūichi
Release year: 2016
Genre: Comedy, School life, Shounen, Slice of life, Supernatural
Hajime at Ippo
Referring to Japanese comics, definitely indispensable Hajime at Ippo, one of the best fighting manga of all time. The main character of Hajime no Ippo is the shy boy Ippo Makunochi. Because he was busy with fishing on the ship, the boy did not have time to make friends with his classmates, so Ippo was often bullied and teased by his friends, but he always endured. patience.
One day, when Ippo was being bullied, a boxer (Mamoru Takamura) passed by to rescue him and took him to the gym for treatment. When Ippo regained consciousness, Takamura helped the boy to relieve his feelings by suggesting that he try punching a sandbag, and the story officially begins here.
Author: George Morikawa
Release year: 1989
Genre: Action, Comedy, Shounen, Sports
Sakamoto desu ga
Sakamoto is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Nami Sano. The series is about a high school student named Sakamoto, who is famous for being the “coolest” of all the students. A person with intelligence, appearance, an ordinary person but extremely special.
Sophisticated, sublime,… All words describe the extremely handsome and perfect Sakamoto. Even though it’s only his first day of high school, his charisma, intelligence, and charm have girls swooning and boys crazy with envy. It seemed that no one could shake him, for every attempt to trip him up quickly went up in smoke. Could any of Sakamoto’s classmates, or even the teacher, be able to reach his level of excellence? Probably not, but they can learn a thing or two from him by trying.
Author: SANO Nami
Release year: 2012
Genre: School Life, Comedy
Slam dunk revolves around Hanamichi Sakuragi, who starts out as an outcast thug, becomes the leader of a gang. Hanamichi, very unpopular with the girls, was rejected by them fifty times. However, he finds out that Haruko Akagi is the girl of his dreams, and is happy that she isn’t afraid of him like all the other girls he has asked about.
Haruko Akagi, who recognizes Hanamichi’s athletic abilities, introduces him to the Shohoku basketball team. At first, Hanamichi is reluctant to join the team because he has no prior knowledge of any sport and thinks basketball is a game for losers (also because the fifties girl rejected him). to become a basketball player). Sakuragi, despite her immaturity and short temper, has proven herself to be a born athlete with potential and joins the team to impress Haruko and prove that he’s worthy of her. Kaede Rukawa – Sakuragi’s bitter rival (both on the basketball court and in love, even if Rukawa doesn’t acknowledge Haruko’s feelings for him), the star rookie and “girl magnet” – joins team at the same time.
Hisashi Mitsui, a former middle school MVP (Most Valuable Player) and Ryota Miyagi, a short but agile player, both rejoin the team and together these four struggle to finish. Captain Takenori Akagi’s dream of making Shohoku the national champion. Together, these interests were made public and the once little-known Shohoku basketball team became an all-star contender in Japan.
Author: Inuoe Takehiko
Release year: 1990
Genre: Sports (basketball), comedy, drama