I nominate GTO - Great Teacher Onizuka for being best completed and for being an inspirational to younger audience.
I nominate Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind for best completed manga.
Simply put, it is a work of genius. Brilliant in every way imaginable.
I nominate Yu Yu Hakusho, it blows all other manga out of the water IMO. Although, to be honest, FMA had rarely had any boring arcs.
I nominate Lucifer and the Biscuit Hammer. One of those with awesome satisfying ending.
I'd like to nominate Homunculus for Best Completed Manga.
It tackles astutely imo the everlasting issue of what/who is oneself. I found it stunning, unique, and enlightening.
Also so far it's very good, I have not read the end of Homunculus yet so I will support another classic Nausicaa
I support Dragonball.
I support Full Metal Alchemist
BUT surprised at not single Psyren nominates *shrug*
@ the mods we should have totally had a best "fan service manga award"
Going for FMA support.
I'll support FullMetal Alchemist too.
I vote for Fullmetal Alchemist.
I would support FMA, but since this is only the nomination round, and FMA definitely has enough nominations, and I'd like to see Psyren in the voting round, I'm going to nominate it. It's perhaps not the best completed manga, but its first arcs deserve some praise. The story had massive potential and the concepts were one of my favorites. Had the manga been better appreciated by the japanese (................) it would have turned out a lot better too. The only reason it felt so rushed was because the author was in a rush to complete his manga because of the bad ratings = bad cycle.