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can y'all post some good one that i can check out i think im going to start reading them before i watch the shows but i don't know where to start .help me out if ya don't mind
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Some good Manga are, One Piece, The Heroic Legend of Arslan, Clay Lord, D-Frag, Yu-yu Hakusho, Assassination Classroom, My Hero Academia, One-Punch Man, Azumanga Daioh and Yotsuba&! if it's available where you live (although judging by the y'all in your post I'm guessing you live in America, where I don't believe it's been localised yet)

Hope this helps.
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Berserk, Vinland saga, Vagabond, Ubell Blatt, Blade of the Immortal the list is endless though.

Just go on MAL find your favourite shows. If they have a manga that comes first then read them because 9/10 they are better.
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What kind of anime do you like?

The two posters above have mentioned a number of good shounen manga if you want to go beyond the usual "Naruto, One Piece, DragonBall".

If you are looking for something different:

Dramatic Slice of Life:
A Silent Voice
Usagi Drop (first four volumes--rest is okay, but too controversial for me to recommend)
Aishiteruze Baby

Comedic Fighting:
Angel Densetsu
Change 123
Sumomomo Momomo

Ecchi Rom-Com/Slice of Life:
Love Hina
Nisekoi
Mysterious Girlfriend X

Shoujo High School Romance:
Kare Kano (His and Her Circumstances)
Maid-Sama
SA: Special A
My Love Story!

Seinen Romance:
Ai Yori Aoshi
Bonnouji
Ah My Goddess
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Fruits Basket

There are a lot of good manga to read, but the one I recommend the most is Fruits Basket. It is my all-time favorite manga series. It is the most heart-warming, heart-breaking, and heart-felt series I have ever read. It's funny, sweet, and sad. Even though its categorized as a romance series, I cannot wholeheartedly say that it is because compared to other romance series I have read--where the main focus is the romance--Fruits Basket mainly focuses on the characters and their struggles. I think one of the best descriptions as to what Fruits Basket really is comes from the inside cover of the first volume. It's says,"Fruits Basket is: Two parts drama, one part comedy, with a spoonful of romance, and a pinch of magic. And even then, you're only part of the way to understanding what Fruits Basket is." Another way to kind of describe Fruits Basket is by saying that it's like the bowl of soup that you eat when you're feeling sick. It's a comforting series, a healing series, and it's a fairy-tale for and about the broken.

FYI: The Fruits Basket manga is 23 volumes long and the anime really only covers up to volume 6. And even then, the anime still left out, added in, and changed things that became important later in the series. Although, I still recommend watching the anime as well, just know that it is slightly different from the manga.
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Just read Tokyo ghoul.
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Aku no hana and tokyo ghoul
It's quite a ride
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Abnormal-kei Joshi
Tower of God
Jitsu wa Watashi wa
Deathtopia
One Punch Man -> both artists
Yujo No Yume: A dream of friendship
Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari
Angel Densetsu
Boku no Hero Academia
Rosario to Vampire
Yandere Kanojo

I enjoy all the above, for various reasons.
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