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I was searching through Amazon UK and I found this - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Monster-Hunter-Flash-Vol/dp/1421584255/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&qid=1465419964&sr=8-7&keywords=monster+hunter
I knew there was a Manga of Monster Hunter but I didn't know a second one was made.
Yeah, West Wind Brigade is nice.
The Kanami Go East manga is also a solid adaptation of the corresponding LN volume, especially since the anime has yet to cover it properly. I don't think this manga has an official English release yet, though.
Kino's Journey manga (Shinomiya Iruka version) is what I'd consider the best visual adaptation the LN has gotten so far. Nice art and character design, good pacing for the individual stories, and the English translation is great.
The adaptation of Bakemonogatari is also great. The main draw for me was the stylish art and paneling style, and in my opinion it's actually better paced than the anime adaptation (which is also great, by the way).
Juni Taisen I liked mostly because it's a mostly straightforward adaptation of the novel. The anime added a lot of backstory flashback scenes for the characters and ruined the story's pacing, so if you want to see the novel's story in visual form, the manga might be a batter choice.
Baccano! is a pretty good adaptation and the only straightforward adaptation the first LN has gotten so far. The anime has an... unconventional presentation that tells the stories of the first 3 volumes (and about a half of volume 4) at the same time, so the manga might be preferrable to some who want to see just the first volume's arc in action.
Monster Hunter: Flash Hunter is one I'd recommend if you like the games it's based on, though copies may be getting hard to find and/or expensive nowadays. It's based on a light novel, but only the manga has been licensed. Story and art are nice, and the manga version actually has added characters and story arcs that expand greatly on the story and world.
And for bit extra, there's this manga series that I've been reading called Yuukyuu no Gusha Asley no, Kenja no Susume (not licensed). I'd actually recommend the manga over the original light novel because... frankly, the LN's written text isn't very good. That, and the manga adapts almost every sentence without dropping any essential details, and the art is super nice. Only problem is that it only got up to LN volume 2 content so far while the LN itself is 14 volumes long.
This is what I've got. Great so far. https://www.amazon.ca/Monster-Hunter-Flash-Vol/dp/1421584255/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1484052994&sr=8-5&keywords=Monster+Hunter+Flash+Hunter