Both involve a story where one girl is wanted by many other monsters. In black bird is may be for the girls blood, hand in marriage, and in love monster reasons also vary. Another similarity is that both lead girl characters are protected by a handsome male monster that wants their hand in marriage.
Both guys are crows and extremely powerful. They both fell inlove with the heroines (childhood friends!) a long time ago. The heroines are also 'brides' of the main guys. There are also events that are too similar, like the heroine's sealed memories, and both are a bit smutty.
Well, there's also a cool guy with black hair and black wings, only this time it is the devil. :D
I find that the female characters are also pretty similar, especially the characters.
And it's pretty smutty too...
They have about the same concept.
A supernatural male is in love with a human innocent girl. Akuma na Eros is however meant for more mature audiences and has a shorter story. I personally liked how Love Monster was longer and had more characters involved, however, Akuma na Eros is also very good and like I said for adults only, smutty towards the end! ^_^
Love monster at its core is a supernatural version of desire Climax. Both have a possessive guy who acts as though they own the girl in the beginning. Both have a parent that at some point rejects the girl for their son. They each have their own plot twist and both are quite good. And do they each share a forgotten past?
Monokuro Shounen Shoujo and Love Monster takes place in a school setting with a twist - the main characters aren't human. The main female protagonist forms meaningful relationships with others while also accustomed with their life. There is also romance that becomes evident as their story progresses.
there similar in a way with the monster high school n the human getting sent there after failing there high school exams...the only diffrences is in love monster its a girl n in this manga its a boy....but there both really good n ecchi...also the adventure n constent battles wit other monsters...if u luv this manga i believe u would deffitnly like love monster....
they're both the same in the way that......
..in gakuen alice, students possess diff. kinds of alices and they're not allowed to go outside the school with a strong barrier w/ it, as well as in Love monster students are gathered in a school who are monsters..
[how is this both similar? they're stuck up in one school because they're diffrent from ordinary humans and so why they're gathered up in a school]
Both are for mature audiences. Both have a vampire who, after drinking a certain white crows(Love Monster) or dhampirs(human with ancestry of a vampire+human union)(Nekrateholic) blood, demand that no one elses blood would fully "satisfy their taste".
Both are for mature audiences. Both have a vampire who, after drinking a certain white crows(Love Monster) or humans(Midnight Secretary) blood, demand that no one elses blood would fully "satisfy their taste".
These manga are very similar in the art and atmosphere. Probably because they are by the same author. They are somewhat stereotypical shoujo stories with endearingly helpless female leads. The male romantic lead in each case is a boy that takes care of the girl, but there are many other potential romantic interests. Both also have a slightly sexual undertone.
Both have a female protagonist who enrolls into a magical school unknowingly. Love Monster has a school for monsters, while Hakobune Hakusho has a school for animals who can change into humans. Both have a cute feel. Both have romance. Love Monster is more mature.
This is another one of those mangas where the girl is forced to marry someone who she does not like but later then actually ends up falling in love with him. I love mangas like this, if you like Love Monster your gonna love Hanayomesama Wa 16-Sai. Hope you like it!
The lead guy is head-over-heels crazy in love with the female lead, who is a bit of a tsundere (cause she doesn't take the guy's feelings that seriously and can be mean/hurtful at times). They're also utterly dense and at times, too naive.
The mangas are also similar since the lead characters seem to be separate from everyone else, having their own little world, and EVERYONE looks up to/adores them.
We can also see a whole lot of I'm-using-the-girl-you-love-the-most against the male protagonists.
They don't really resamble each other, but i chose them beacause the're both about love. Love in the mask is about a girl who has to disguise herself as a boy and the other is about a girl who has to do t a school full of monsters. They both fall in love and a lot of stuff happens...you'll like them:d
Although the two mangas have somewhat different plots, they both have the same vibe. Both female characters are weak and are pretty much harassed by guys around them. Both female main characters end up having a relationship with a popular male. R17 and LM have random sex scenes which don't exactly fit in with the story and just seem to be there for the sake of it.
Both are about a girl who gets sent to a place with monsters and finds out she's engaged to a monster. Evil monsters are after the girls and their fiance is protecting them and learning them how to use their own power. Although Love Monster has more chapters and is way better, I think you'll love them both.
Both have girls who become involved with thier school werid student councils. The main characte in both has a special destiney. Also Ikuto in Shugo Chara! is as smexy and perverted as Kurou, with a similar dark past.
It's atmosphere goes along with the combination Akuma de Sourou (The Devil Does Exist), Love Monster, And Akuma na Eros since they all have the same sort of atmosphere and involve a dark romance though Akuma de Sourou (The Devil Does Exist) carries on as though the protagonist is "devil-like".
They are both smitty mangas with special monsters at school, while the female lead seems to an ordinary girl she turns out to be the White Crow. This story also has the son of the Ice Queen, Vampires, Werevolves, Kitsune and all these stuff in it.
The art sometimes reminds me of Moe Kare!! Also, they both are perverted in a way and in both the perverted-ness dies down once you get into it.
Both have sweet innocent stories that could bring tears to your eyes and if you liked one, you'll probably like the other.