‘Tokyo Ghoul' Beats ‘Naruto' For Complete Manga Prize

By Editorial Staff in Geeks and Gaming On 16th October 2015

#1. Naruto ended in 2014

Guiness Record winning "Most volumes published by a duo of authors for a single comic book series (female)" Asari-chan ended at volume 100.

Oh My Goddess!, which has the distinction of being America's longest-running manga, ended its Japanese run after over 25 years. Then, there was something about a ninja, one of the most popular manga in last decade, Naruto, met its ending.

#2. Tokyo Ghoul won in the vote of "Complete Manga Prize of 2014""

According to a new fan poll from Japanese news service Gadget Tsushin, Japanese manga readers have chosen "Tokyo Ghoul" by Sui Ishida as the manga worthy of the "Complete Manga Prize of 2014."

Following "Tokyo Ghoul" was "Naruto," "81 Diver," and several other manga series that were completed this year. Mangas like The World God Only Knows, Rosario+Vampire, A Silent Voice, Claymore and Kuroko's Basketball that ended this year are not part of the Top.

Most fans who saw the news were shocked to see that "Naruto" did not secure first place ahead of "Tokyo Ghoul."

To clear up any confusion, the only manga series eligible to be included in the poll were series that were completed in 2014.

Other notable manga series that made the top 10 on the list are "Oh! My Goddess," which has the distinction of being America's longest-running manga, ended its Japanese run after over 25 years, and "Abusan" that has been serialized since 1973. "Abusan" is actually the oldest manga series to be included in the list.

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