Top 10 Anime that Most Need a Reboot

Some people would love to see the story of the anime according to the original source
The Top Ten
1 Katekyo Hitman Reborn!
2 Soul Eater Soul Eater is an anime series directed by Takuya Igarashi and produced by Bones, Aniplex, Dentsu, Media Factory, and TV Tokyo, which adapts the Soul Eater manga written and illustrated by Atsushi Ohkubo.
3 D.Gray-man
4 Yu Yu Hakusho Yu Yu Hakusho is a manga franchise created by Yoshihiro Togashi. An anime adaptation consisting of 112 television episodes was directed by Noriyuki Abe and co-produced by Fuji Television, Yomiko Advertising, and Studio Pierrot. The television series originally aired on Japan's Fuji TV network from October 10, 1992 to December 17, 1994.
5 Pandora Hearts Pandora Hearts (stylized as PandoraHearts) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Jun Mochizuki. It was serialized in Square Enix's shōnen manga magazine Monthly GFantasy from May 2006 to March 2015, with its chapters collected in twenty-four tankōbon volumes. In North America, it was originally licensed for an English release by Broccoli Books, but was later dropped. It was relicensed by Yen Press. A 25-episode anime television series adaptation by Xebec was broadcast from April to September 2009. An nine-episode extra original video animation (OVA) was released from July 2009 to March 2010. In North America, the anime series was licensed by NIS America.
6 Ranma 1/2
7 Tokyo Ghoul Tokyo Ghoul is a Japanese dark fantasy manga series written and illustrated by Sui Ishida. It was serialized in Shueisha's seinen manga magazine Weekly Young Jump between September 2011 and September 2014, and it has been collected in fourteen tankōbon volumes as of August 2014.
8 Slam Dunk
9 Love Hina Love Hina is a Japanese manga series created by Ken Akamatsu that was adapted into an anime, among other formats. The story revolves around Keitaro Urashima, a young man who moves into an all-girls dormitory in his quest to get into Tokyo University. Filled with comedic misunderstandings and romantic entanglements, Love Hina explores themes of love and ambition. The series received multiple awards and has been cited as one of the works that popularized the "harem" genre in the West.
10 Skip Beat!
The Contenders
11 Hamtaro Hamtaro, known in Japan as Trotting Hamutaro, is a Japanese children's manga and storybook series created and illustrated by Ritsuko Kawai.
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