[quote="KougaHane (post: 1521807)"]I think lots of popular shounen and shoujo manga have okurigana(hiragana above the kanji) try naruto or one piece, althought I'm not sure where to buy them in Japanese other than the internet.
Alternatively, you can search 漫]
You're talking about furigana
Okurigana is the kana suffix that follows the word: in 高かった, かった is the okurigana (so says the great Wikipedia xD)
I've found that anything aimed at youngish readers has furigana.
The ones I've read in Japanese are Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle, Kuroshitsuji (Black Butler), Fullmetal Alchemist, and RG Veda. Of those, only RG Veda was without furigana transcriptions. It caused pain. xD