This has been the best year for manga. It has made a great comeback after a collapse that started in 2007. This is because the publishers are now licensing much more new series and trying to revive some worthy older series that had gone out of print.
Below is a list of top 3 best manga series in the year:
This is a physiological and hypothetical thriller that pays respect to the trope of cat- and- mouse antagonists. The series entirely centres on a high school genius known as Light yagami. Yagami comes into control of a magical notebook that is capable of killing each individual whose name is written in it, against the cryptic, similarly brilliant detective L. with equal amounts of obsession, motivations, moral ambiguity and sheer mental faculty, L and Light go one-on-one with the whole world as their pledge.
Read Fairy Tail is a story of a novel writer whose writers block causes violent and immoral situations. Utsubora is full of confessional voice, psychological pressure, untrustworthy narration and temporal jumps. Along with her continuous yet trembling illustrations, Nakamura paints a picture of ambition, obsession and artistic sensibility at its foulest. This is a complete series in one volume.
A Brides Story
It was written by Kaoru Mori. It is a beautifully drawn story of Amir. Amir is a 20year old central Asian woman who lives in the late 19th century. She moves away from her family and tribe to get married to a boy who is 12 years her junior. It’s a story of a marriage, strong beliefs, and personalities, and a definite historical period. The writer’s farfetched attention to both the historical and visual details makes this series captivating to read.
In conclusion, most of these manga series are in volume one or two. They are quite interesting to read and provide a variety of lessons.