The 5 best Shonen mangas with the most “moving” endings voted by the Otaku community

The 5 best Shonen mangas with the most "moving" endings voted by the Otaku community

Whether the ending of a manga series is happy or not, the final volume of the manga can upset readers more than any other part of the story, especially if the ending is unsatisfying. This was predetermined by the author from the beginning.

But of all the manga that exist, which one has the best ending? To answer this question, Goo Ranking conducted a poll that lasted from January to February 2021 in Japan and collected 2,758 votes to find out which Shonen manga series people think has the best ending, the most complete ending. And here are the results!

*Note: There are final spoilers.

5. Demon Slayer – 200 votes


This manga masterpiece by author Koyoharu Gotouge was published in Weekly Shonen Jump from 2016 to 2020. The story is about the main character, Tanjiro Kamado, trying to find ways to kill the demon that murdered his family and turned the sister he loved so much. loved. Half human, half demon.

The final chapter of the series is actually a time jump from the second chapter to the final chapter, when Zenitsu’s great-grandson, one of Tanjiro’s companions, reads a book titled “The Legend of Zenitsu Theory”. The boy’s conclusion was that all the Demon Slayers had died fighting demons and would be reincarnated into a happier life. The series ends with the introduction of the main characters’ rebirth in a beautiful new world.

4. Haikyu!! – 221 votes

Author Haruichi Furudate’s manga series ran in Weekly Shonen Jump from 2012 to 2020. Haikyu!! tells the story of the main character Shoyo Hinata’s dream: to become a great volleyball player who will always be in the hearts of fans.

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And the ending of this series is considered as “beautiful” as the ending of Haikyu!! Quite similar to Demon Slayer. It introduces the main characters several years after graduating from high school and reveals which of them still play volleyball and which have dropped out.

3. Tap – 355 votes

At number 4 is the series that “touched” the hearts of the readers of the author Mitsuru Adachi: Touch. The series appeared in Weekly Shonen Sunday magazine from 1981 to 1986, and follows the journey of twin brothers Kazuya and Tatsuya Uesugi as they aim for the biggest and most legendary high school baseball championship of the best phone of the year: Koshien. Although this manga was first published 30 years ago, Japanese netizens still love its ending to this day.

The ending of Touch is Tatsuya’s baseball team winning the Koshien tournament and him bravely confessing his feelings to his friend Minami. What happens next to the pair is a mystery, but the baseball team’s victory certainly satisfies the reader’s heart.

2. Steel Alchemist – 410 votes

At number 2 is Fullmetal Alchemist by Manga Hiromu Arakawa, which ran in Weekly Shonen Gangan from 2001 to 2010. Fullmetal Alchemist follows alchemist brothers Edward and Alphonse Elric in the fictional country of Amestris as they search for the Mythical Witch Stone .

In the final chapter of Fullmetal Alchemist, Edward fights and wins against his archfather, then sacrifices his own power of Alchemy to face the Truth. This exchange helped him revive Alphonse, his younger brother who had previously sacrificed himself. Edward and Winry also confessed their feelings for each other, got married, and had a happy family with two adorable babies.

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1. Inuyasha – 472 votes

And finally, the number 1 spot is named after Rumiko Takahashi’s Inuyasha manga. Although some may question the classification of this manga, from 1996 to 2008, Inuyasha was actually serialized in the Weekly Shonen Sunday anthology. The story of this manga that many people probably still remember, Kagome Higurashi, a 15-year-old girl, unfortunately fell into a well and traveled to the past, taking readers on a fascinating journey, unable to let go.

The last chapter of the manga is a perfect romantic ending, when Kagome decides to live forever in the feudal era, ignoring the modern world so she can be with Inuyasha. The two got married and lived happily together. In particular, this series has an upcoming sequel and Gamehub will dedicate a separate article to this topic.

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