Nana, by Ai Yazawa. By a MILE. I've been reading and re-reading this series for the past 9 years, and it's complex enough that not 2 readings are the same. It's seriously mind-blowing.
Anything else by Ai Yazawa is also pretty good. Gokinjo Monogatari is a cute coming of age story.
Hi! Im new here, I watched the anime of Tokyo Ghoul and my friend told me to read also the manga, but he said there's a major difference in the story, so were you able to watch the anime also or just manga?
What is your favorite genre of manga? I like yaoi and historical. I recently came across an interesting yaoi webtoon named "Dear Benjamin". It is relatively new. The main characters are a wealthy arms dealer named Felix, who is the seme, and an ex marine and florist named Isaac. He is also an omega verse, which I never heard of prior to reading the manga. Anyhow, after a hot tryst, Isaac gets pregnant. The two men meet up 4 years later, Felix meets Benjamin, but does not know that's his son. He also does not remember having a prior fling with the florist, but is attracted to him. The manga is ongoing. Very interesting. I love the artwork in web toons, regardless of genre.