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The simplicity of this volume cover is brilliant. It has a distinctive
Anyone who views this cover even once will always remember Korosensei’s appearance.
The story of the Masashi Kishimoto-penned Naruto manga series centers on a young ninja named Naruto who was abandoned as a baby. The plot of Naruto is split into two sections, the first of which focuses on Naruto’s early years and the second of which focuses on Naruto’s teenage and
It also shows how Naruto gets ready for his upcoming mission, and it’s an emotional time for Naruto fans and Naruto.
Posuka Demizu is the one who created the Kaui Shirai universe. The covers of The Promised Neverland featured complex illustrations in vibrant, swirling colours. However, Volume 14 stood out from the rest.
There needed to be more focal points or eye-catching details to draw the reader’s attention away from the text. However, the artist effectively utilized her skill in perspective
This cover is fantastic. As would be expected of a Joestar, Jotaro is posing. Egyptian scenery and Star Platinum may both be seen in the distance. The series’ most significant, ambitious instalment thus far is off to a wonderfully suitable start with this cover.
Additionally, it displays Jotaro’s hat/hair fusion.
The Volume 30 cover of the My Hero Academia manga is the best one. Dabi, the
The dark colours complement my favourite
In terms of subject, Hellsing Volume 4 didn’t offer anything special. Alucard is depicted holding his handguns in the foreground, front and center, by Kohta Hirano. He appeared to be about to transform into a cloud of bats.
It is the iconic depiction of the vampire from Hellsing. The Slavic mythology and the
This series’ hilarious and unique side is showcased on the cover. As usual, Luffy has a silly appearance, whereas Eneru has a commanding one. It has a typical map
In contrast to other covers in the series, this one isn’t overly crowded.
Slam Dunk is the only sports
The finest volume cover comes from the 20th volume, which has 31 volumes. Takenori Akagi, Ryouta Miyagi, and Hanamichi Sakuragi are at the front, while the rest are in the back. The players are all wearing basketball jerseys.
All of them appear worn out yet prepared to win the next game.
With One Punch Man, Yusuke Murata reinvented the superhero genre. The cover of Volume 1 is reminiscent of superhero comic book covers from Marvel and DC. The main character’s personality is effectively communicated through the image.
Look at the Japanese veggie bag at the bottom right. However, like Saitama himself, the cover’s hues are subdued and muted.
The rectangle in the top left corner of this cover is reminiscent of an American comic book issue. It showcases numerous unseen heroes whose courage is yet significant to the plot.
All Might, the best character, is showcased in his grandeur, while Deku, who helps to explain the title, is dressed in his school uniform.
What I find impressive is the
Shinigami’s protruding eyeballs and evil grin are enough to frighten anyone out. Behind Light and Shinigami are a shining purple cross and a mound of human skulls, which convey a spooky, horror-like atmosphere that draws in many readers.
Another cover from Slam Dunk by Takehiko Inoue is the pinnacle of sports comics. It also has attention-grabbing covers.
Hanamichi Sakuragi is particularly well-represented in Volume 21. The vibrant reds and oranges stand out sharply against the black background.
Instead of being a
The friendly way Akira is posing encourages people to watch this grim series.
Volume 4 contains another of Tokyo Ghoul’s top
Although Ken appears to be well-dressed, something is clearly hidden. The title also features red and blue, indicating that things will get bloody.
Mochizuki Jun’s concepts for
However, Volume 18 stands out. A complete perspective portrait is being attempted for the first time.
It highlighted Levi of the Baskerville family, perfectly expressing the intricacies of his persona.
The vivid purple conjures up the idea of the abyss engulfing him. It looks good in contrast to his washed-out colouration.
The cover is excellent. Adding the leaves and the tree gives the cover a distinctive appearance. Everyone is intrigued by Kenshin’s rugged, determined appearance.
He is dressed traditionally, which fits the tone of the series, and he has his sword drawn. Nothing is wrong with this; the others are simply superior.
The fantasy and action-packed
The main character, Gon Freecs, is seen in this image seated atop a frog with his jaws open. Gon looks adorable and amusing in the portrait, which also captures his excitement.
The cover art game by Kohei Horikoshi is insightful. He uses symbolism and nostalgia very skillfully.
He evoked change by including a mirror of the famous picture from volume one in book 29. Bakugo is still a young man dressed as a superhero.
He extended his hand, prepared to accept Deku’s assistance.
The story centers on Subaru Sumeragi, the clan’s leader, and his sister Hokuto as they attempt to save Tokyo from various paranormal threats while residing with a man named Seishiro Sakurazuka. This cover showcases CLAMP’s distinctive aesthetic in a simple, understandable way for all viewers.
There is some mystery about Subaru because he is in a relaxed position and partially dressed in fashionable attire. This cover isn’t higher since the flag has nothing to do with the contents.
One Piece is a treasure that Luffy and his Straw Hat pirates set out to find on an exciting adventure. There are currently 101 volumes in the series, with many intriguing personalities.
The cover appears exotic and vibrant, with all the characters laughing, dancing, and having a good time together while drinking. It illustrates how
D.Gray Man played the nostalgia card for Volume 16’s cover image, similar to MHA Volume 29.
Katsura Hoshino changed the original scheme of the creative covers. With Komui Lee in the far rear, she portrayed the “nerds” of the European Branch. He is stepping out into the light and moving away from the reader.
The other members of the European Branch are beaming with optimism.
Another cover from
Although exceptionally styled and intricate, it exudes calm. The inner art doesn’t match the cover.
Hiromu Arakawa is the author of the well-known
Fullmetal Alchemist’s Volume 16
He is holding a sharp weapon in his right arm, which he gave up to save Alphonse. Alphonse is in the back, wearing full body armor and sporting a slight smirk.
Ohkubo Atsushi already had a recognizable, nearly three-dimensional shading. However, by Volume 16, his technique had changed to flatter and featured brilliant, rich shadows.
Volume 19, the first book without a pure white background, benefited from the alteration.
The frenzied, insane glow on the cover graphic symbolizes the craziness engulfing Death the Kid. It’s a
One of the most popular
The first volume of the Attack on Titan
The Colossal Titan’s physique reveals his inner muscle with his jaws open, giving the cover a menacing feel.
Selecting a cover from MHA is challenging. However, Volume 25 also placed best 12 with Tomura Shigaraki’s madness as its central theme.
The hues mix harmoniously. The white, black, and purple colors clash and crackle sinisterly. Shigaraki chuckled in the middle. The strokes come alive and radiate a certain kind of madness.
Haikyuu! is a sports
Hinata Shoyo can be seen fixating intensely on something in volume 42. The only thing about this cover that is intense is his look. Although the artwork psyches you up, the colours and lines are serene.
Eyeshield 21’s early covers were traditional
Presenting the antagonist team of the protagonist team in such a serene and quiet setting is weird enough.7
Musashi Miyamoto is seen in a
His covers are equally good as his panels, unlike others on this list.
The level of detail in Takeshi Obata’s artwork is legendary. With his lines and shadows, he creates the appearance of live textures. Volume 12 made it into the top 20 with the calibre of a carved marble monument that seemed to belong in a museum.
Additionally, there is a strong religious undertone. At the center, light acts as the messiah.
This has a lot to do with how the
With his two mangas, Sakamoto Shinichi reenacted the tragedy of the French Revolution. They go by the names Innocent and Innocent Rouge. With his meticulous artwork, he brought historical figures like Marie Antoinette to life.
His cover artwork is also delightful to view. The entire saga came to a rewarding finish in volume 12.
Marie Josephe Sanson is depicted on the cover in embossing red. In Innocent Rouge, it played with the word rouge. He described the character in a saintly-like manner with a menacing crimson tint.