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Now that Eyeshield 21 is over i hope that it goes down as one of the greatest sports manga ever.
But i think most people will only think of the last 2 crappy arcs(Teikoku and America) and will totally forget the magical and amazing Kantou tournament with awesome moments:
Agon vs Sena
Monta vs Ikkyu(Monta´s best oponent)
Shin vs Sena
Gaou vs Deimon
For people who are looking for good sports manga, the best option is Slam Dunk, pound to pound is probably the best sports manga ever.
Other good ones are Rookies, Hajime no Ippo and Major.
From the new ones Kuroko no Basket and Hoop Men are pretty good, Hoop Men has a more appeling story(imo) but Kuroko no Basket has a better art.
My personal favorites and kings of manga are Berserk and One Piece.
It's sad to see a good series end.
But given its popularity here and in Japan, I'm hoping it'll be established as one of the "classics" of the genre that's still read and respected for years to come, like Ranma and Evangelion. Maybe it won't be as popular as those two, but it doesn't need to be, because it survived quite well enough on its own.
Of course, that's up to every one of you fans out there, and how well you spread the word to future generations.
Although EyeShield's gone, I'll still go back and re-read *waiting for the last tanks*. Just because a series has ended, doesn't mean I won't reread over and over, My well-worn RurouKen tanks are proof of thatX_x;;; I hope Blust becomes a regular series, loved it's one-shot. Right now, I've got more than enough to keep me busy Wangan Midnight (trying to finish it up, missing a couple tanks, waiting for the new series), Bastard!! (26, yay!!), Medaka Box, Grandeek, Zettai Karen Children....and brolly another 20+ that I read when I'm not working or illustration work XP~~~~~o