Published on March 23rd, 2022
“Manga Ranking I want to see animated” is a yearly event in Japan, where fans vote for their favorite manga that they would like to see animated. The results are announced at the “Anime Japan” event every year.
Just like the previous years, “Anime Japan 2022” was held recently where the results were revealed for the massive anime poll of “Manga I want to see animated in the future”. These mangoes are selected by the general public by voting. A total of 102 works were nominated which are sold or serialized in the period of Jan 1st to Dec 31st, 2021. Here is the list:
10. Kaiju no. 8
Kaiju no 8 is written by Naoya Matsumoto. It has been serialized in Shueisha’s Shōnen Jump+ since July 2022.
In a world that is constantly attacked by kaiju (giant monsters), Kafka Hibino is a worker who cleans up the debris left behind after the battle against them. But is this enough for him, who always dreamed of fighting? The answer lies with Reno Ichikawa, the new guy at the company, who dreams of being part of the Defense Division to take down the kaiju.
9. Wind Breaker
Wind Breaker is written by Satoru Nii. It has been serialized since 2021.
This is the legend of how delinquent Sakura rises to become a hero! Fuurin High is known for having the lowest test scores, and the strongest fighters. This spring, Sakura Haruka decides to aim for the top of Fuurin, and learns of the alias Fuurin High holds, namely ‘Boufuurin’, acting as a protective shield for the town and its inhabitants. Sakura joins this group as a member, and his battle to protect the town begins!
8. The 100 Girlfriends Who Really, Really, Really, Really, Really Love You
This manga series is written by Rikito Nakamura and illustrated by Yukiko Nozawa. It has been serialized since Dec 2019.
Aijo Rentaro has asked a hundred girls out and has always failed. Desperate, he prays for guidance, but a god tells him that his rejection is due to a cosmic mistake. Now this god will fix things by making sure Aijo gets a hundred dates. But, as is often the case with gods, there’s a catch: every one of his hundred quotes is Aijo’s soul mate! And what’s worse, if you don’t return their feelings, they will all die in horrible and hilarious accidents.
7. Cherry Magic! Thirty Years of Virginity Can Make You a Wizard?!
It is a boys love manga series written by Yuu Toyota. It has been serialized since 2018.
Having never had sex in his life, after Kiyoshi Adachi reaches his 30th birthday, he becomes a “wizard”: he develops an ability to hear the thoughts of other people by touching them. One day, he discovers that his popular co-worker, Yuichi Kurosawa, is in love with him. While dealing with the awkwardness of being able to hear Kurosawa’s rather forthright feelings towards him, Adachi comes to terms with how much Kurosawa values him and starts to develop reciprocal feelings of his own
6. Solo Leveling
Solo Leveling is a South Korean web novel written by Chugong.
Known as the weakest hunter in all of humanity, E-Rank hunter Jinwoo Sung’s contribution to the raids is to try not to get killed. Unfortunately, between his mother’s hospital bills, his sister’s tuition, and his own lack of job prospects, he has no choice but to continue risking his life. So when an opportunity for a bigger payout arises, he seizes it… only to come face to face with a being whose power surpasses anything he’s ever seen! With the leader of the group missing an arm and the only healer in a mess, can Jinwoo find a way out?
5. Oshi no Ko (My Star)
The manga series is written by Aka Akasaka, and drawn by Mengo Yokoyari. It has been serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Young Jump since April 2020.
This manga tells the story of a doctor in love with an idol named Ai Hoshino. One day, Ai shows up at the doctor’s office about to give birth and that same night, the doctor dies under strange circumstances, reincarnating as the newborn son of this idol.
4. Magu-chan: God of Destruction
Magu Chan: God of Destruction manga has been serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump since June 2020. It is written and drawn by Kei Kameki.
Years ago, when the Cult of Chaos summoned the God of Destruction, Magu Menueku, a devastating battle broke out in which the fate of the Humanity hung by a thread. In order to save humanity, the honorable Holy Knights sealed Magu in a Holy Crystal. Eons pass until Ruru Miyanagi, a very lucky high school student, stumbles upon the crystal while searching for clams. Unintentionally, she frees Magu, waking him up from his long sleep. But instead of cowering in fear, Ruru is eager to befriend Magu, even dubbing the God of Destruction “Magu-chan!”
3. Nito to Tatsuka no Nichijo
It is a boys love manga story, written by Satou to Shio.
Nito and Tazuka are childhood friends and classmates. Tazuka is outwardly cold, but to Nito he is a kind and reliable confidant. Although they have different career paths, they can get along, or so Nito thought when Tatsuka confessed that he liked him… Nito also loves Tazuka, but not in the same way. Will they be able to recover their relationship as friends?
2. Who Made Me a Princess
This isekai manga series has been serialized since 2015. It is written by Plutus.
The beautiful Athanasia was murdered at the hands of her own biological father, Claude de Alger Obelia, the cold-blooded emperor! It’s just a silly bedtime story…until a woman wakes up to suddenly discover that she has become that unlucky princess! She needs a plan to survive her doomed fate, and time is running out.
1. My Cross-dressing Senpai
Makoto Hanaoka, a female second-year student, easily attracts the attention of others. First-year student Saki Aoi is no exception, and she falls in love with Makoto at first sight. Having a vibrant and vigorous personality, she doesn’t hesitate to confess her feelings to her senpai. However, Makoto differs greatly from the person Saki perceives: Makoto is not a girl, but a cross-dressing boy.
What manga series in this list are you most looking forward to, to get an anime adaptation? Let us know your opinion in the comment section.
Source: Comic Natalie