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Fans List the Top 25 Manga Series They Want to See the Ending

Naruto, one of the longest-running series in Japan created by Masashi Kishimoto, finally ended its 15-year serialization in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine in November last year. Fans were disheartened and at the same time, grateful and relieved that the long series has finally come to an end. But there are still several other ongoing manga that are left unfinished even after more than a decade. Hence, Japanese poll website Goo conducted a survey among 500 fans and asked them to vote for the manga they want to conclude soon. The results are as follows:

©Eiichiro Oda/Shueisha/Viz Media

  1. Kochira Katsushika-ku Kamearikouen-mae Hashutsujo (27.4%)
  2. Detective Conan (27.4%)
  3. One Piece (18.8%)
  4. Glass no Kamen (Glass Mask) (13.8%)
  5. Hunter X Hunter (10.0%)
  6. Golgo 13 (9.2%)
  7. Oishinbo (9.2%)
  8. Hajime no Ippo (Fighting Spirit) (8.8%)
  9. NANA (7.2%)
  10. JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure (7.2%)
  11. Vagabond (4.8%)
  12. Shima Kosaku (series) (4.4%)
  13.  Kinnikuman (4.4%)
  14.  Berserk (4.2%)
  15.  BLEACH (3.8%)
  16.  Akagi: Yami ni Oritatta Tensai (3.0%)
  17. BASTARD !! – Heavy Metal, Dark Fantasy – (3.0%)
  18.  Bride of Deimos (2.8%)
  19.  Crest of the Royal Family (2.6%)
  20.  Shura no Mon (series) (1.8%)
  21.  Emperor of Minami (1.6%)
  22. From Eroica with Love (1.4%)
  23.  Ginga (series) (1.2%)
  24.  Bio-Booster Armor Guyver (1.0%)
  25.  Haguregumo (0.6%)

(via ANN; source: Goo)

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