Top 10 Comedy Manga of 1992
Hiro has two loves: baseball and porn. But due to an elbow injury he gives up baseball choosing a school with no baseball team. His childhood friend Hikari attends a different school with baseball ace Hideo and the two wish Hiro had not given up baseball. Hiro joins the soccer team but meets Haruka, a very clumsy girl, who is manager of the unofficial baseball club. When the soccer team challenges the baseball club to a game, with hopes of humiliating them, the baseball club nearly loses until Hiro, disgusted by the soccer team`s arrogance, switches to the baseball club.
2. Marmalade Boy
All Miki Koishikawa wanted was an ordinary family and that's exactly what she had until her parents decided to move in with another couple and turned Miki's world upside down. Now she lives in a house with four parents and her totally cute stepbrother Yuu. It's bad enough being brought into her parents' strange soap opera, but Miki will star in a soap of her own as she deals with friends having affairs, trying to survive in school and ending up torn between her long-time crush, Ginta, and her new stepbrother!
3. Golden Boy
Oe Kintarou is a Tokyo University Law School dropout. However, he had completed all the course work needed to graduate before leaving school. Since then, he has wandered through many jobs all over Japan as a student of life with little more than a journal, a pen, and his trusty mountain bike (the Mikazuki 5). On his journeys, he runs into various compromising situations with beautiful women, and he must use his unique talents as a jack-of-all-trades to survive, let alone have a chance to find his true calling in life. But he is far more skilled than he appears, and he is determined to succeed no matter what he does. He could be the man who will save Japan--no, the world... or maybe not. Packed with hilarious hi-jinks, lots of ecchi, ramen noodles, gracious kindness, and even some toilet hugging, Golden Boy is full of non-stop fun.
Note: Includes prologue chapters Lesson 0 to 9.
4. Ultimate!! Perverted Mask
Kyousuke wants to be a cop. Because of that, he always tries to do the right thing and help others out. Well, while saving a girl from some bullies, they end up liking each other. Not to soon after, she needs saving again, and he ends up with woman's panties over his head, giving him super strength (pumped with horniness.) Not your normal super hero.
5. Hareluya II Boy
Basically, this manga follows Hibino Hareluya as he tries to "more conquer the world" by dealing with the everyday punks on the street. Always ready to fight and always winning his fights, he just finds himself trouble more into more and. Along the way he surrounds himself with friends who are all very strong into their own unique way.
(Source: Eternal Blue)
Endou Kiku, a delinquent lone wolf, is pissed off with the world and everyone in it. Until he meets Senji and Sanji, who were just like him until they met each other. This one volume story follows Kiku as he finds out what it means to have friends and not be alone in the world, while also kicking ass and taking names in the meantime. This is the original Takahashi Hiroshi delinquent manga, predating his more famous works Crows, QP and Worst.
Jinbe is the story of the relationship between Jinpei and his step-daughter, Miku. Miku's mother died after being married to Jinpei for a little over a year, when she was 13 years old, and Jinpei has been raising Miku alone since then.
It is the manga Umezawa made before his very succesful follow-up BOY and which tells of the adventures of Hibino, delinquent son of God. God gets enough of his son's behaviour and sends him down to earth to better his life and test him. The outcome of this will determine the future of the world, because God won't have his son succeeding him if he doesn't better his life and will end humanity if Hibino fails.
Twenty-four-year-old Kirara is on her way to her wedding when she is killed in a car accident. However her love for her fiancé is so strong that she is permitted to return to earth as a ghost to see him. But she is sent back 8 years in time, to when she and her fiancé first met. However her own meddling in the past may make her 16 year-old-self turn away from her would-be fiancé.
10. MOON Dai Pet Ou
This was Takahashi's first foray into manga for children. It follows MOON, a giant alien rabbit who is trying to get back to his planet. He lands in Japan and gets help from a young boy named Shota. The first few chapters revolve around Shota trying to overcome his fear of heights.
Originally published in magazine Shougaku Sannensei.