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Any Manga with a Wedding Ending?
Posted 8/15/14
Love Hina would be my first choice. Such a fun story. Re read it many times.
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Fruits Basket, although it's less of a wedding and more of a time skip to when the characters are grandparents.
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Private Prince ends with a wedding. It's also fairly sweet.

Paradise Kiss has a kind of happy ending too, after all the excellent drama.
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Posted 8/16/14
Damn, many of the ones I was going to mention got listed already.
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Posted 8/16/14
Hana Kimi (It's not the main characters' wedding, but it does end with a wedding.)
Saint Dragon Girl. I think, anyways. Wait, no, it's a mock wedding. Well, it's pretty close.
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Posted 8/16/14
Happy World! end with a wedding but it not with the main characters
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Rippedyanu1 wrote:

Threads like these heal my heart and give me more manga to read. I LOVE IT

For a longer read that's pretty old I'd say Maison Ikkoku which is probably my favorite romance series (both as an anime and manga) and in my top 3 of best anime out of the 300+ I've seen so far if that helps indicate its worth. If you don't want to burn through large amount of manga chapters for it you can always watch the anime which has the same ending as the manga. Both have got a wedding+kids ending for multiple couples. It was a very sweet anime/manga by the mangaka who did Inuyasha so style-wise the characters look the same. It may make you frustrated at some points from cliffhangers but it's totally worth trying to marathon. It's 96 episodes or I think 161 chapters

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maison_Ikkoku


Was going to say this one. A great oldie. Does frustrate you at times but makes the eventual resolutions all that much more worthwhile.
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Posted 8/16/14 , edited 8/16/14
Already mentioned but Kimi no Iru Machi, Tonari no Kaibutsu Kun and A1 Megami Sama! have some of the best manga weddings.

Tonari no Kaibutsu kun was really unexpected for me as the manga ended really in chapter 48 but that ended quite ambiguously... then it was supposed to just have some side story chapters for other characters and they did but then here somes Shizuku in a wedding dress in the end of chapter 51, properly finished in chapter 52. So, so, so happy!

And Kimi no Iru Machi. Sure took a meandering course and then wrapped up very quickly in the end but I still enjoyed it very much.

Ah! My Goddess! was 25 amazing years, since 1988, 48 books, 308 chapters of manga, anime, drama CDs... bought the final box. Love it!
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Posted 8/16/14
Love Hina is awesome! I totally recommend it, keitarou is a great mc
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Posted 8/16/14
Doesn't Gurren Lagann end with a wedding, or did I miss that mention in the previous comments?
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Maison Ikkoku - also known as the great romance manga of all time. No, really. It has a beautiful ending and it is one of the charming romantic comedies (with a lot of touching bits and realistic moments) ever written.

Also Sailor Moon and Victorian Romance Emma, the latter of which is a romance set during the early 1900's in England - very historically accurate and excellent, with stunning artwork.
Posted 8/16/14

Rippedyanu1 wrote:

Threads like these heal my heart and give me more manga to read. I LOVE IT

For a longer read that's pretty old I'd say Maison Ikkoku which is probably my favorite romance series (both as an anime and manga) and in my top 3 of best anime out of the 300+ I've seen so far if that helps indicate its worth. If you don't want to burn through large amount of manga chapters for it you can always watch the anime which has the same ending as the manga. Both have got a wedding+kids ending for multiple couples. It was a very sweet anime/manga by the mangaka who did Inuyasha so style-wise the characters look the same. It may make you frustrated at some points from cliffhangers but it's totally worth trying to marathon. It's 96 episodes or I think 161 chapters

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maison_Ikkoku


Haven't ever watched the anime for Maison Ikkoku, but I've read the full manga countless times. Truly the greatest romance manga of all time. Realistic, hilarious, unique (what with the whole widow business) and very touching. Man, what a gem.
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Posted 8/16/14 , edited 8/16/14

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Rippedyanu1 wrote:

Threads like these heal my heart and give me more manga to read. I LOVE IT

For a longer read that's pretty old I'd say Maison Ikkoku which is probably my favorite romance series (both as an anime and manga) and in my top 3 of best anime out of the 300+ I've seen so far if that helps indicate its worth. If you don't want to burn through large amount of manga chapters for it you can always watch the anime which has the same ending as the manga. Both have got a wedding+kids ending for multiple couples. It was a very sweet anime/manga by the mangaka who did Inuyasha so style-wise the characters look the same. It may make you frustrated at some points from cliffhangers but it's totally worth trying to marathon. It's 96 episodes or I think 161 chapters

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maison_Ikkoku


Was going to say this one. A great oldie. Does frustrate you at times but makes the eventual resolutions all that much more worthwhile.


There is a reason it has been regarded as literally "The greatest romance anime/manga of all time" as well as seen by many as "The best anime made" I'm not even kidding, many avid anime watchers and critics see Maison Ikkoku as the greatest romance anime/manga to ever be released.


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Maison Ikkoku - also known as the great romance manga of all time. No, really. It has a beautiful ending and it is one of the charming romantic comedies (with a lot of touching bits and realistic moments) ever written.




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Rippedyanu1 wrote:

Threads like these heal my heart and give me more manga to read. I LOVE IT

For a longer read that's pretty old I'd say Maison Ikkoku which is probably my favorite romance series (both as an anime and manga) and in my top 3 of best anime out of the 300+ I've seen so far if that helps indicate its worth. If you don't want to burn through large amount of manga chapters for it you can always watch the anime which has the same ending as the manga. Both have got a wedding+kids ending for multiple couples. It was a very sweet anime/manga by the mangaka who did Inuyasha so style-wise the characters look the same. It may make you frustrated at some points from cliffhangers but it's totally worth trying to marathon. It's 96 episodes or I think 161 chapters

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maison_Ikkoku


Haven't ever watched the anime for Maison Ikkoku, but I've read the full manga countless times. Truly the greatest romance manga of all time. Realistic, hilarious, unique (what with the whole widow business) and very touching. Man, what a gem.


I wholeheartedly agree. Anyone who feels there is a better romance anime out there probably hasn't watched or read Maison Ikkoku. I went with the anime since it seemed like it would be faster but hearing the character interactions and watching the series grow into its finale was wonderful. I mean I have yet to find a series that so perfectly captures coming of age, romance, drama and comedy all so perfectly. It captures the romance and change to adulthood of real life very well, albeit with some comedic misunderstandings (hence being a romantic comedy). In my mind it truly is the greatest slice of life as well as the greatest romance anime/manga ever released. Nothing has come close to being better but I look forward to the day when something does top Maison Ikkoku because I know I will absolutely love it.

So if any of these past comments have been a hint to the Thread Starter, WATCH OR READ MAISON IKKOKU! YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED!
Posted 8/16/14 , edited 8/16/14

Rippedyanu1 wrote:

I wholeheartedly agree. Anyone who feels there is a better romance anime out there probably hasn't watched or read Maison Ikkoku. I went with the anime since it seemed like it would be faster but hearing the character interactions and watching the series grow into its finale was wonderful. I mean I have yet to find a series that so perfectly captures coming of age, romance, drama and comedy all so perfectly. It captures the romance and change to adulthood of real life very well, albeit with some comedic misunderstandings (hence being a romantic comedy). In my mind it truly is the greatest slice of life as well as the greatest romance anime/manga ever released. Nothing has come close to being better but I look forward to the day when something does top Maison Ikkoku because I know I will absolutely love it.

So if any of these past comments have been a hint to the Thread Starter, WATCH OR READ MAISON IKKOKU! YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED!


Yup. Maison Ikkoku has EVERYTHING.

What a series. It never fails to make me laugh, make me think, make me cry matter how many times I read it. Truly the greatest romance manga/anime of all time. The beauty about this series lies in the fact that not only does it develop the romance beautifully and takes time to - but like you said, also shows the struggles of growing up, getting through college, finding a job, dealing with rejection, money problems, trust issues, becoming an adult, responsibility, discovering who you truly love and want to be with...Learning to move on from when you've lost someone you've loved so much.

It takes a stale romance formula and makes it something new, especially with the recently widowed, unhappy yet hot tempered main female lead and the younger, forever down on his luck yet gold hearted college student; the characters are wonderful, the humor forever on point, the chapters memorable, the scenes touching and honest... the ending just perfect in every possible way.

Recently in Japan they had several polls catering to romance series - the favorite series, favorite characters, favorite scenes... etc.

Maison Ikkoku was made in the early to mid 80's. After over 20 years, it still topped everything, in every category - beating out every single newer series.

If that doesn't tell you what a classic this series is, I don't know what else will.

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