Fist of the North Star, Dragon Ball, Saint Seiya, Jojo's Bizarre Adventure, Yu Yu Hakusho, Rurouni Kenshin, Yu-Gi-Oh!, Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo, Toriko, and One-Punch Man.
Oddly enough, it's a reverse pyramid, with four 80s series, three 90s series, two 00s series, and one 10s series.
While I picked out my top ten list, I was never fully able to decide on the order. How did Dragon Ball, my oldest friend among these series, hold up to the others, nostalgia aside?
Honestly, while I still love Dragon Ball, I'm not sure I could place it that high. While Dragon Ball is the biggest seller on the list, they're all interesting manga that are fun in their own way.
Fist of the North Star has a setting and style I enjoy, but mostly disappeared in the wake of the Dragon Ball Era (It was the King of Jump when DB started though). Saint Seiya is quite possibly the most Battle Shonen-y Shonen ever made, and I love it for the constant, insane fights and the amazing armor designs, mythological depictions, and cool attacks. Jojo's Bizarre Adventure is quite possibly the most interesting manga on the list, with each part changing protagonist, setting, and style (and his art changes over time), but each is entertaining in their own way, and continuity tends to be maintained even beyond that (it also has some insane fights, and the powers get crazier as time passes).
Yu Yu Hakusho is fun for its mix of school punk and demon hunting/fights, and I liked the personality of the characters involved. Rurouni Kenshin has a charm of its own, and I really like how everything looks in the story. Yu-Gi-Oh! is a series that really changed overtime, but always kept that love of gaming strong (I prefer the earlier volumes where games were varied and Yami kept killing everyone, but the games always tended to be interesting, and I liked seeing how they'd get out of fights).
Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo is a series I love, but can hardly follow due to a lack of translations. That said, it's a fun parody of Fist of the North Star that goes its own route, and isn't afraid to have fun being goofy or going nuts with the parody. Toriko may be close to topping my list despite being so new, as I enjoy almost everything about it, from characters to settings to fights and everything in between; it's definitely one of the most creative in terms of settings. One-Punch Man is beautiful, fun and entertaining. Some chapters are so well done, you can make them into animated gifs and see what it would look like as an anime. Hint, it would be amazing:
I'd love to hear what so many long time Dragon Ball fans think of the series as it stacks up with its sister series'.