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Best Science Fiction
The voting phase has ended, and we have a winner! But first let's review the nominees
5 official nominees
Rest of old nominations
And the champion of the Sci-fi genre is
As you have noticed already, these awards featured the choices of the MH's staff members and STARs, so here's the results for that:
Staff members have also chosen Gantz, whereas STARs even if only two of them have chosen Akira, the classic cyberpunk title of Otomo Katsuhiro.
Last edited by benelori; January 30, 2012 at 10:39 AM.
I nominate 2001 Nights for Best Science Fiction.
Referring to the great masters of this genre Hoshino portrays an epic saga that spans more than four hundred years in which the sensei covers a multitude of subjects from the evolution to the concept of space from the relationship with the infinite to the existence of God.
I nominate Akira for Best Sci-Fi Manga
I nominate Eden:It's An Endless World! for best science fiction.
It's like Ghost in the Shell turned up to 11.
I nominate Pluto for Best Sci-Fi. Naoki Urasawa + Osamu Tezuka = MASTERPIECE.
I nominate GUNNM (aka. Battle Angel Alita)
A classic. The original is just perfect as it is. Not talking about Last Order here. Compact package, beautifully drawn world full of little details. Interesting plot, a good story and incredible characters. Gally is one of the greatest lead character I've seen, her developement as character is amazing.
I nominate Hotel from Boichi.
i am not really sure if one-shots are okay , but if there isnt a problem , then this one is my nomination.
Last edited by Tiranofrome; December 24, 2011 at 06:29 PM.
I nominate Neon Genesis Evangelion.
I support Pluto.
I nominate no. 6 for best science fiction. The story is very steresting, although it could have been better developped in the anime. But it has been nice in the manga so far.
I nominate Gantz
I nominate Kurogane no Linebarrel.
I nominate Blame! for Best Sci fi, because of the spectacular utopic environment, depicted by awesome artwork. This cyberpunk manga definitely deserves to share the top cream with some of the genres classics that have been mentioned above me.