Top 30 Most Beloved Mangaka of 2015


Fans have demonstrated passion for their favorite manga by voting for the top mangaka of 2015, surprising few as the most popular mangaka masters of blockbuster shonen fame easily nab the top spots.

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  • Anonymous commented on July 19, 2015 11:34

    But CLAMP's most popular stuff was more popular than Negima, and combined, more popular than Love Hina as well (despite having less volumes and episodes than Negima, Love Hina, quality aside, left a bigger mark... More

  • yuriphoria commented on July 18, 2015 09:00

    a) It's still a huge WTF not to include him. b) CLAMP is in the list (spelled Clamp) and their popular stuff is even older than Negima.... More

Hiromu Arakawa’s New Manga: “Legend of Arslan”

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Full Metal Alchemist and Silver Spoon mangaka Hiromu Arakawa’s latest manga has been announced as being yet another adaptation of fantasy novel series The Heroic Legend of Arslan, perplexing fans.

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  • Anonymous commented on May 17, 2013 01:20

    Same here, I think it was promising and well done storywise, I'd like to see a continuation.... More

  • Anonymous commented on May 14, 2013 05:00

    Yeah. Distinguishable IN-SERIES. Not so easy when comparing series, as you said, since her characters look so freakin similar.... More

Hagane no Renkinjutsushi: Full Metal Alchemist Reborn


The remake of Hagane no Renkinjutsushi: Full Metal Alchemist, long anticipated, has just aired, and predictably has been greeted with great interest and enthusiasm.

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  • Anonymous commented on April 7, 2010 00:01

    or "liquid alchemist"...... More

  • Madame Red commented on April 13, 2009 01:15

    oh my. i certainly believe this isn't a remake. if it was a remake it'd be the same storyline, same characters and all with better graphics and etc. so, this isn't a remake. and FMA still rocks. and... More

New Full Metal Alchemist TV Series Due


The big development hinted at some time ago, and revealed in the leaked Bones documents, has finally had a formal announcement, though details are yet scant – there is to be a new Full Metal Alchemist TV anime.

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  • Anonymous commented on January 11, 2011 22:28

    Oh, I see ... why did it appear on the front page? ... on the 11.1.2011 ? ...... More

  • Anonymous commented on January 11, 2011 22:27

    Clarifying, this means a third series? As in FMA, FMA B and now this?... More


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