Today's panorama of Weekly Shonen Jump and other magazines in the industry certainly has some key works that may pop up in the manga and anime market compared to any other. Just think of the youngest Demon Slayer, but the manga that manages to leave an imprint on people's lives like Naruto are extremely rare.
When it comes to passions, subjectivity comes into play and the way people perceive a message, sentence, or even drawing, and manga that can change readers' lives for these reasons, Shonen's official Twitter page Jump invited fans to comment and said which series was the most important in their life.
Among the nearly 200 comments we selected to report, The main manga for the growth of many fans was Naruto. Not only have some hooked up with Japanese comics thanks to Masashi Kishimoto's series, but also identified with Naruto in response to social marginalization as their favorite ninja.
There are other very popular series too, like the great ones written and drawn by Makoto Yukimura. Vinland saga, Eiichiro Oda's unbelievable pirate epic ONE PIECE and also Jojo's bizarre adventure by master Hirohiko Araki.
And what would you answer? Which series changed your life in any way? Let us know with a comment below.
Recall that Hinata received a faithful cosplay and that two great statues of Pain and Kisame will soon be available.
A great manga can change your life. Never underestimate the POWER OF MANGA!- Shonen Jump (@shonenjump) July 8, 2020
When I was six years old reading Naruto, I was eager to build an art career now- The art major | BLM 💫 (@ art_maj0r) July 9, 2020
The discovery of JoJo honestly brought me back to manga and anime. My favorite series- RockaRolla69 (@ RRolla69) July 8, 2020
Vinland Saga pic.twitter.com/Dkv3ypV2fe- sSpecta | Love Lain @ (@HanaMxngo) July 8, 2020
"They're just drawings"- TheXHunter (@lFruitPunchSamu) July 9, 2020
Well, these drawings made me cry like a little kid again. pic.twitter.com/5wH3KG3yIF
Naruto changed my life in high school and opened me up to a lot of wonderful shows.- Lawn, Otaku from Tsushima (@RasenRendanX) July 8, 2020
No regret. Thanks Japan for manga.
2/2 read his manga for so many years. It really changed my life! pic.twitter.com/NjVyEznfuU- Hunter Hardbarger 🐝 (@ wicked_ninja123) July 8, 2020
Four words. A million feelings. pic.twitter.com/wIAHg2uHkN- Quirkless Iya (@AlexProcell) July 8, 2020
Facts It feels like you are growing up with the characters 🥺 pic.twitter.com/neN8ulVDlo- Tsunade (@Tsunadesennju) July 8, 2020