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Fushigi no Maria-kun (Manga)

Fushigi no Maria-kun

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Synonyms: Manshinsoui no Futari, The Wounds That Cover Us
Japanese: 不思議のマリア君


Type: Manga
Volumes: 2
Chapters: 10
Status: Finished
Published: 2009 to 2010
Authors: Shiina, Dai (Story & Art)
Serialization: Hana to Yume


Score: 7.141 (scored by 239 users)
Ranked: #83332
Popularity: #7932
Members: 518
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Abe Maria, an ordinary high-school boy and Nanami Tokuko's childhood friend, is the world's last pureblood vampire!! For 10 years, Tokuko has been encouraging him to become a part of human society, and since then, Maria has come to love humans. As such, Tokuko happily watches over Maria.

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Included one-shot:
Volume 1: Manshinsoui no Futari (The Wounds That Cover Us)


Abe, Maria
Nanami, Tokuko

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In both mangas, two childhood friends that have been together for a long time realize their true feelings and develop a further relationship. Both mangas have the male childhood friend popular, and the female being quite caring and protective for the guy. Both also show their relationship developing. If you've liked one, you'll probably like the other. 
In both mangas, an unusual and accepting girl meets a one-of-a-kind guy and sparks a friendship with him, it slowly turning into love. Both males in these mangas are usually kind and caring, however, when they see the female in trouble, they will rush to them and help them, sometimes going berserk, and in that situation, the female will be the only one to calm him down. Both females are also kind and caring people, and takes care of the male on a daily basis. Both mangas also show their budding relationship, and endings are similar, as they decide to ditch one thing to  read more 
Both mangas show a developing relationship between a vampire and an accepting human. Both also show the difficulties and fights in their relationship that has allowed them to get that far. However, Karin is much more longer and complex, whereas Fushigi no Maria-kun is much more shorter and not as so difficult. 
both of them have vampires who dont want to drink blood 

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