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Well between a canceled manga and one of the genre masterpiece, I hope things are clear. Don't disapointed me guys !
I expected this, but it still feels so wrong...
I voted for Nausicaa without even having read the manga. I just felt that voting for a "CANCELLED" manga in the category "Best "COMPLETED" Manga" is weird.
Me too. Especially since I have read both of them (I got tired of Psyren and dropped it prior its cancellation) and know what a masterpiece Nausicaa is.
I would choose according to my personal taste, thus I would go with Dragonball here.
Psyren got cancelled;I guess that's enough to know.
Dragonball turned into mehness at some point in time.The first arcs were fantastic and the first arc after the time-skip was great as well.Afterwards it turned into something different....something strange.
Death Note was similiar.Everything was perfect until the introduction of Mello and N.Then,it started to drag.It was still enjoyable in a way,mainly because of the characters and the last chapters were thrilling(even though my cousine spoiled the outcome).So despite being a good manga overall,I'd rather not support it as the best completed manga,especially when it's up against the likes of....
...Fullmetal Alchemist.This manga blew my mind,especially because of the fact that every single chapter concentrated on one big plot with very consistent quality.This is what you rarely ever find in Shonen.FMA is a masterpiece that should be honored as such,which is why it gets my vote.
As I have not read Kekkaishi yet,I will refrain from considering it,even though I heard it's a great manga.
Easy to agree with Googz. Psyren was entertaining read and carried a lot of potential at the beginning, but failed and got cancelled. Dragonball is classic, but it was dragged. Death Note is really really good, but it kinda dropped after Near and Mello steped in. It stepped back up near the end though. I haven't read enough of Kekkaishi (vol 1) to say anything otherthan it seems really good.
So I vote FMA. Epic shonen, well done. Well built story which stayed compact and amazing cast of characters.
I vote FMA as well.
Nausicaa is definitely my favorite, but it's not in the list...
I might have voted for Death Note if they didn't do second part (with Near), but I hated it so much that I can't vote for that manga...
I'm voting for FMA, which was one of my favorite manga (If you haven't done so, watch the anime... now!!)