The only manga that got me close to crying was one piece wend they show the crew tragic past especially name and chopper. That said i only read shonen so sennin manga might be more tragic. And the anime that was gintama especially
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The most recent time when I was moved close to tears was in Area no Kishi
A classic called Barefoot Gen makes me wanna shed tears almost all the time. It's so touching, what a cruel place can the world be, how mean and ingratefull can people be.
the manga wich was the most close to make me cry was Gintama.
Yes I know it's most about comedy but almost every serious arc has moments full of drama and I loved sougo's sister death.
To my mind there is an anime : Kimi Ga Nozumu Eien. It's really sad, and maybe boring sometime ^^
Anime: Tokyo Magnitude 8.0 made me cry. The ending was very heavy. Clannad the After Story and both seasons of ef as well.
Tokyo Magnitude was really good. The ending was absolutely devastating. I was shocked they actually went through with it. You'll love it Des - chan
That scene from ef left me in shock. It took a few minutes for my eyes to start watering I was so surprised. In the first season I found Chihiro's story so moving. It was a different type of sad, but still just as powerful. I've found that I like that type of anime; there's something nice and cleansing about a sad story.
Manga/Anime moments that made me really Sad:
The end of the emotional Buddha Arc, Katou's death and Kei waking up just to find that his best friends, his girlfriend, everyone has died.
Like someone said before the Flashbacks on OP are brutally sad the one that got me the most was Frankies, since you coulnd't possibly not like Tom san.
Yamagata's death in the anime version was offscreen but in the manga it is one of the climatic highlights.
LONE WOLF AND CUB:
The last chapters in the manga are the most emotional piece of literature I've ever read, you simply know that there can't possibly be a happy end but you hope til the very last, and the last panel turns the whole manga around.