English: Sankarea: Undying Love
Published: Dec 9, 2009 to ?
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Both series feature a strange kind of romance embedded in the supernatural.
Both romances involved human x supernatural being. Sankarea is about human boy x zombie while Tasogare is about a human boy x ghost.
Similar premise and development involving romance between the living and the dead. Both can be surprisingly dark as the plot tends to be depressing sometimes (especially in Sankarea). They are easily appealing to anyone looking for a solid romantic comedy with a slightly darker undertone behind it.
Both series deals with a main male protagonist meeting a strange girl who has a fascination of him. They form a special bond that is comedic, dramatic, and romantic at times.
The series also takes places at a school life setting that involves other students including the childhood friend and other characters of interest.
Both manga also has similar artwork and horror themes that also also emotional factors.
Both series presents horror in a more lighthearted approach but does have serious moments regarding the supernatural as well as the various strange phenomenons going around.
Both Protagonist are inlove with a supernatural being and both Heroines looks alike each other.
Both main heroines are of supernatural origin that want to enjoy the happiness of a normal life while the main male protagonists search for answers to their conditions.
Through its characters and narrative, both these serialisations explore concepts of living and dying. Sankarea explores life and death in a more in-depth manner; whereas Blood Lad only uses it to serve context for its story.
Both stories have a relationship commencing between two opposite realms, the living and the dead. The protagonists for both story have a bizarre fetish towards females of their opposing realms. However when they meet with their ideal girls they give a sense of protectionism towards them and throughout the story look after them and see through their problems.
Both manga series have similar artwork but more importantly adapts the theme of the dead among the world of the living. As such, expect some supernatural themes present in both series.
The main female character from both series also have similar personalities of being naive. On the other hand, the main male character has a 'thing' for their polar opposites. Hence, they develop a strange relationship as the main character often tries to take care of the girl in peculiar ways and helping her adjust to their world.
Both manga also has drama, comedy, and some romance involved.
These two mangas deal with the relationship between the living and the undead. Sankarea is more in the shounen category and is told from the male's point of view whereas Zombie Romanticism is more of a seinen manga and it's told from the girl's perspective. If you liked one, you may like the other.
Both have romance stories involving couples where one is human and the other is a zombie. Both stories feature a similar kind of zombie: while undead, these zombies are also able to function like most normal people do, they can think, speak, remember and even display emotions. They also retain much of their original living appearance. The difference is that Zombie Romanticism is composed of a 4-chapter short story, 1-chapter prequel and a couple of non-zombie oneshots, while Sankarea is one whole zombie romance story.
How is this similar to To LOVE-Ru Darkness? Well... To put it simply, there are babes! Yeah, sexy babes! (TROLOLOLOL)
Ok, put it more seriously...
First, the setting is high schooler. The protagonist both are troubled boys whose surrounded by unexpected turn of events (the majority were caused by the women surrounds him.)
Second, as I stated at the beginning, there are a lot of women. Not a mediocre ones, they possessed something unique, something that your everyday gal's wouldn't fit in. Isn't it obvious, alien or zombie women are both extraordinary, right?
Third, there are similarities in the characters. A short-haired schoolgirl with vigorous spirit, soft-hearten women with her innocence, shady-minded lady with overloaded curiosity, or even a moe immoto who always do house chores diligently (Not mentioning all of them housed under one roof)
Forth, there are a lot of "fan-services" in almost at every chapter. For an average shonen manga, both of them just a bit over the line.
Fifth, both of them updated monthly.
Both series feature as the main female protagonist, and title character, a "zombie" high school girl. They are fairly different series in that Tomie focuses more on the horror aspect and features a fair amount of body horror, and Tomie doesn't so much as come back as a zombie as she simply . . . keeps coming back for various reasons even after being killed, while Sankarea is more of a slightly comedic romance between a girl who wants to die and be reborn as someone else (and ends up becoming a zombie as a result) and a boy with a fetish for zombie girls.
Although the two mangas have little similarities other than the obvious suspects such as the ecchiness and the highschool romance going for them but the reason I recommended each title with the other is because chances are both titles will satisfy the same target readers.
Both titles contain a lot of funny WTF! moments mixed with a lot of humor and awesome unpredictable weirdness that the readers of either titles are looking forward to