These are the manga that the Japanese would like to see adapted to anime

The Japanese website Anime! Anime! conducted an online survey asking readers "Which manga (in publication) would you like to see adapted to anime?" The responses were received between June 3 and 12 this year, with a total of 275 people participating.

The participation ratio is 45% women and 55% men. Regarding age groups, around 40% correspond to children under 19 years of age, and about 30% to people between 20 and 30 years of age.


one. Act-Age, written by Tatsuya Matsuki and illustrated by Shiro Usazaki.
two. Kusuriya no Hitorigoto, adaptation of the light novels written by Natsu Hyuuga, in charge of Nekokurage.
two. Spy x Family, written and illustrated by Tatsuya Endo.
two. Chainsaw man, written and illustrated by Tatsuki Fujimoto.
5. Kusuriya no Hitorigoto: Maomao no Koukyuu Nazotoki Techou, adaptation of the light novels written by Natsu Hyuuga, in charge of Minoji Kurata.
5. MAO, written and illustrated by Rumiko Takahashi.
5. Legend, written by Kou Kannazuki and illustrated by Masaharu Takano.
8. Orient, written and illustrated by Shinobu Ohtaka.
8. Komi-san wa, Komyushou desu, written and illustrated by Tomohito Oda.
8. Meitantei Conan: Zero no Tea Time, written and illustrated by Takahiro Arai.


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