Top 10 Long-Running Jump Manga [Japan Poll]

Dragonball-manga-wallpaper-20160819211536-560x388 Top 10 Long-Running Jump Manga [Japan Poll]

What You Need to Know:

  • Earlier in the year, we brought you the results of a poll asking Japanese manga readers which series they felt would drag on forever. Well, it seems that not everyone is over with long manga as today, we bring you a poll celebrating Weekly Shounen Jump's long-running manga series!
  • In a poll held between August 8 and 22, Goo Ranking asked Japanese otaku which manga series that spanned or has spanned for at least five years in Jump they would consider a masterpiece.
  • Below is their answers - do you agree, or would you add anything else? Let us know down in the comments!

Top 10 - Top 6


10. Hunter x Hunter (1998 - Present) / 89 votes

9. Naruto (1999 - 2014) / 93 votes

8. Rurouni Kenshin (1994 - 1999) / 117 votes

7. JoJo's Bizarre Adventure (1987 - 2004) / 123 votes

6. City Hunter (1985 - 1991) / 144 votes


Top 5 - Top 1


5. Gintama (2004 - Present)

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169 votes

4. Kochira Katsushikaku Kameari Kouenmae Hashutsujo (1976 - Present)

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294 votes

3. Slam Dunk (1990 - 1996)

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75 votes

2. Dragon Ball (1984 - 1995)

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318 votes

1. One Piece (1997 - Present)

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335 votes

Source: Goo Ranking


Dragonball-manga-wallpaper-20160819211536-560x388 Top 10 Long-Running Jump Manga [Japan Poll]
If there's anything surprising about these results, it's that there's no Blea-
Dragonball-manga-wallpaper-20160819211536-560x388 Top 10 Long-Running Jump Manga [Japan Poll]
DO NOT SAY THE B WORD! It's not surprising at all. Anyway, KochiKame seems to make the top five in a lot of recommendation polls, I'm starting to wonder if it's worth picking up.