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Hi everyone, have you read Japanese boy comics before?
With manga you can learn words and phrases that are not used in everyday language, delve into various world such as space, development, medicine, basketball, etc., and the stories are very deep and complex so you never get bored reading them, can become fascinated and made to think about your real life. You can understand various social mechanisms while having fun, so you lose track of time and continue reading further and further.
This time, we will like to introduce five recommended Japanese boy comics.
High school detective Shinichi Kudo (Jimmy Kudo in English version), who has been turned into a small child by a mysterious underground organization, seeks for clues from the underground organization to return to his original body as "Conan Edogawa", while he solved difficult case after difficult case.
If you are a mystery enthusiast, you will enjoy reading this series of small episodes because you can quickly jump from exciting story to another.
Fullmetal Alchemist, Edward Elric, who lost her body after trying to rejuvenate his mother with the magic “Alchemy” that reconstructs material into another form, goes on a journey with his younger brother Alphonse to find the philosopher's stone to regain his body. However, many trials await the brothers over the various conspiracies of the Ishval War.
It is a work that attracts readers with its intense battles, various foreshadowing, and sometimes extremely cruel and serious story development.
"Haikyu!!" is a story centered on high school volleyball. This is a story that focuses on the two main characters, Shoyo Hinata, a hero who is extremely athletic but also small as a volleyball player, and the genius setter Tobio Kageyama, and is a relatively calm comic with no crazy super tricks.
The content of the story is interesting, so it can be enjoyed not only by those who like volleyball but also by those who have never been interested in volleyball.
One Punch Man
Saitama, an unemployed youth who was stuck with his job search, fights with Crablante to save Split-Chinned Kid, and realizes in the process that his dream as a child was never to be an office worker, but instead to be a hero who defeats all villains with one strike. After this victory against Crablante, Saitama intensely trains for 3 years, and succeeds in becoming the superhero that defeats all villains with one punch, but he was still not fully satisfied for some reason. He became too strong that he became numb to everything - the fear of fighting his opponents, joy, nervousness, anger, etc. What will come of the future of Saitama, the hero who is a hero out of pure hobby?!
Himura Kenshin - a legendary swordsman who was feared as the "man-slicing swordsman" at the end of the Edo period. After the Meiji Restoration, he swore "not to kill" and traveled around the country as a wanderer. Through his encounter with Kaoru Kamiya and battles with his various nemesis who survived the same turbulent times, this comic seeks the answer through the atonement of one's sin, as well as a way of live in a new era.
This work is popular among children simply because it is a battle manga, but once you re-read it as an adult, you will appreciate its slightly difficult yet deep theme of atonement, making it a recommended work for both men and women, young and old.
Comics are for children, and there is no way it’s fun for adults to read – you might be thinking this. However, give it one shot and take a look at a Japanese manga. In Japan, both children and adults read manga to learn, have fun, get excited, and be amazed. Just one time is all we ask, give it a try!