Top 5 Completed Manga you’ll find in Mangago


Mangago is a free online manga reading site where users can pick from over a million mangas available on their site. These mangas are categorized according to the genre. Anyone is free to visit their site, you don’t need to create an account.

Manga’s continued popularity in many countries implies that a greater number of mangas are coming into the market. The waiting game will be a major challenge for readers as they try to explore these new mangas. Authors update manga chapters once a week, which would take them a month to read only one episode. I’m here to give the Top 5 Completed Mangas you’ll find in Mangago.

  1. Akira


Katsuhiro Otomo


Seinen, Action, Sci-Fi.

Mangas In 1988, World War III started, Tokyo was ravaged by a strange black explosion of unprecedented magnitude. Let’s skip forward 31 years. Neo-Tokyo, swiftly constructed on the remnants of ancient Tokyo, is a spectacular cityscape filled with sprawling colors.

It is a blend of high rises and cutting-edge technology infused with an explosive, hyper-violent cocktail of street gangs, poverty, and rebels. Tetsuo Shima and Shoutarou Kaneda, two bikers who are closest friends and strong competitors while belonging to the same gang, dwell in this desolate city.

Desperate to prove himself as Kaneda’s equivalent, Tetsuo accidentally executes a stunt that results in the revelation of an unexplained existence. The existence of a threat that can destroy both the look of Neo-Tokyo and the lives of people who call the city home—the revelation of a government secret known simply as Akira.

  1. Death Note


Tsugumi Ohba(Writer). Takeshi Obata (Illustrator).


Shounen, Mystery, Supernatural, Suspense.

Mangas As L and the authorities move in, Light puts the Death Note’s capabilities to the test. Light can stay ahead of the police for two reasons. First, his father is the director of the Japanese National Police Agency. Second, crucial material concerning cases is left lying all-around their household. But who is the strange man chasing him, and how can Light protect himself against enemies whose identities he doesn’t know?

  1. Kuroko’s Basketball


Tadatoshi Fujimaki


Comedy, Sports, Shounen.

Mangas Teikou Middle School has conquered the National Basketball Arena for the last three years with its iconic lineup: the “Generation of Miracles.”

It comprised of 5 prodigies who starred in the sport, but a “Phantom Sixth Man” lurked in the shadows and assisted the group in achieving their respected position. Their enormous growth eventually turned them off towards the sport they loved, and they split up in high school. Kuroko intends to show the Seirin team that he is talented in his own right.

Seeing his courage, Kagami creates a dynamic collaboration with Kuroko, promising to support Kagami’s “light” as his “shadow” to win the forthcoming Interhigh championship with their Seirin teammates. But with the arrival of Kuroko’s old teammates, their plan gets complicated.

  1. Tokyo Ghoul


Sui Ishida


Action, Drama, Horror, Mystery, Supernatural, Seinen.

Mangas A mangaowl deadly peril is infiltrating Tokyo: flesh-eating “ghouls” who look just like people and blend in. Ken Kaneki, a timid college student, hides his nose in his books and ignores the news of the escalating situation. His loneliness is disturbed when a lovely lady called Rize Kamishiro approaches him and invites him out on a date.

Kaneki realizes when taking Rize home that she’s not as kind as she appears and that she has led him forward with murderous intent. After a horrendous fight, he awakens in a hospital to realize that his life was spared by transferring the organs of the now-deceased Rize into his own body.

Kaneki’s physique begins to alter horrifyingly, transforming him into a human-ghoul hybrid. Kaneki sticks to his humanity as he begins his new horrific adventure in the developing brutal war among society’s new monsters and the government agents who chase them.

  1. The Promised Neverland


Kaiu Shirai (Writer). Posuka Demizu (Illustrator).


Horror, Mystery, Sci-Fi, Suspense, Shounen.

Mangas The Grace Field House is an orphanage surrounded by wilderness and has a guarded entry. The house is occupied by orphans who peacefully live together as one large family, cared for by their “Mama,” Isabella. The orphans are forced to take exams regularly.

They are allowed to spend all their time on anything, can be outside, as long as they do not venture too far from the orphanage—a policy they are to observe no matter what. However, all nice things do come to an end. Several months passed, a kid was adopted and sent to live with their foster family but since then never seen again.

The three eldest children have their strong suspicions about what is occurring there at the orphanage but they are just about to uncover the dreadful fate that awaits the children at Grace Field and the twisted character of their loving Mama.

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