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21st May 2013

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Attack on Fans’ Hearts - MangaHelpers Manga Awards 2012 Winners!

Artwork from Volume 2 of Hajime Isayama's 'Attack on Titan' One of today's top series in anime and manga.

Yup. this is what’s connecting fans’ hearts all over anime and manga land. Move over, the Generation of Miracles! The Generation of Titans can make the girls sweat as much as you guys do!

MangaHelpers recently had another annual manga award competition to see which manga titles totally rocked 2012 in the minds of manga fans everywhere. As you will see, it was a big win of Titan-ic proportions for a series that has come a long way from its non-mainstream beginnings.

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Tagged: mangaMangaHelpersAttack on TitanShingeki no KyojinHunter x Huntermanga awardsMH Manga Awards 2012Hajime IsayamaYoshihiro Togashi

18th December 2012

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Crave Mental Stimulation? The Psychological Manga Gift Guide

Artwork from the Neon Genesis Evangelion Omnibus, published by VIZ Media.

With another holiday season here, it’s often time to take a look at what manga series make good gifts. Though let’s get a bit more specific. What if you want someone to read titles that presents characters plagued by personal issues and the stress of the worlds they reside in? Have I got some ideas for you. Here are some of today’s top awesome English-licensed manga that dives deep into the recesses of the mind.

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Tagged: Death NoteDurarara!!Fruits BasketHunter x HunterNaoki Urasawa MONSTERNeon Genesis EvangelionPandora HeartsTakehiko Inoue REALmangamanga psychologypsychological mangapsychological themes in mangapsychologyOsamu TezukaOsamu Tezuka Black Jackmanga gift guide

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