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Are there any other fun adventure manga that know when to fucking end?

Say what you will about FMA, but at least it got its story done in 108 chapters nice and neat. Meanwhile, most other shit doesn't even remember that it has a story, and instead prolongs arcs hundreds and hundreds of chapters for no real reason (other than money, of course).
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Yes, Lucifer and the Biscuit Hammer (Hoshi no Samidare) was a great adventure manga that ended really well in my opinion. It also had a kickass epilogue.
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Does the mangaka of that series like psychology by any chance? I just realized the other day Anima and Animus are two principles from Jung.
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>>100798906
That's an interesting point, I'm no psych major but I would assume so. The main character struggles with self esteem and familial issues that screw with him mentally at the beginning of the manga so it makes sense.



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