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5 Recommendations for the Manga Lover

From manga like Mangakalot to Comic Walker, there are thousands of stories accessible online for free.
Modern Times Apr 9, 2019

“Solo Leveling”

The Korean manga “Solo Leveling” focuses on a world of monsters and hunters. Ten years after the gate separating the two worlds opened, ordinary citizens were gifted with the ability to enter and hunt the monsters.

The game changes, however, when the main character Sung Jin-Woo obtains a new ability to see quest logs detailing ways he can level up.

“Master of Gu”

Following the tale of villain Fang Yuan, who was born 500 years ago, “Master of Gu” opens up a universe where individuals use the power of magical creatures to better their state in the world.

Fans bear witness to Yuan’s attempt at rising to power over his foes, making this a perfect manga for anyone interested in anti-hero tales.

“One Piece”

“One Piece” follows the story of a boy named Monkey D. Luffy, whose body gains the ability to act like rubber after eating a mystical Devil Fruit.

With the crew of the Straw Hat Pirates by his side, Luffy searches for the treasure known as the One Piece, so he can become the next Pirate King.

“Tales of Demons and Gods”

“Tales of Demons and Gods” tells the story of Nie Li, a character who seeks to become the strongest Demon Spiritist when he is unable to protect his home.

He ends up falling in battle, but he’s brought back to life with one caveat: he’s sent back in time to when he was only 13 years old, and has to struggle with being a teenager once again.

“Bleach”

“Bleach” follows the story of a hotheaded teen named Ichigo Kurosaki who inherits the powers of being a “soul reaper” (essentially a katana-wielding grim reaper) after helping out another reaper.

These new powers force him to defend humans from evil spirits while guiding lost souls into the afterlife.
What do you think of our selections? Any other manga you feel is a must-read?