Damn, Detective Conan is now at 600+ episodes, probably already surpassed Dragonball/Z/GT series. Still, it won't beat either Sazae-san or Doraemon though, especially the latter that keeps remaking for years.
About Vampires but it's told in a different way than most vampire tales. I enjoy that its in full color, and it's about a different concept of vampires and the advancement of humanity to modern times while the vampires have remained in secrecy.
About Martial Arts. Not in color but it has great drawings. Some interesting lore and fights.
The second arc of the story continues in "The Breaker: New Waves", I didn't find a link for it, but I'm sure it's easy to find, and I don't think anyone would begin it before the first one.
Both these Manhwas have one thing in common: the story is somewhat centered around one powerful being who is pretty much unreachable in skill or power. The stories are not finished so who knows what they'll come up with later on.
But I recommend them to anyone who is looking for a different kind of comic with different slang and customs, also a different style and pace. They are read from left to right, instead of the usual Manga direction.
Kind of old news, but I hadn't heard about it until just now.
Sankarea Zombie Comedy Manga Gets TV Anime
The October issue of Kodansha's Bessatsu Shonen Magazine is announcing on Friday that a television anime adaptation of Mitsuru Hattori's Sankarea "zombie moe adolescent romantic comedy" manga has been green-lit.
The story revolves around Chiharu Furuya, a high school freshman who is obsessed with zombies. Even his dream is to "kiss a zombie girl." Through an unexpected set of circumstances, Chiharu gets to know an elegant, pretty girl named Rea Sanka, and together, they try to revive Chiharu's pet cat Baabu who died in an accident. Chiharu discovers that Rea wants to get away from her many responsibilities by becoming a zombie herself. Hattori launched the manga in 2009, and the fourth compiled book volume shipped last month.