The main male characters are students that have a naturally scary appearance, but are kind on the inside. Not going to spoil but, as the story progresses, you see the real similarities between the storys. The main heroines are also similar.
School shoujos about a girl who is asked to help a fellow male student. The guy looks scary, and can be violent, but he is very naive and his personality can be very sweet. It's all she can do to keep up with the crazy things he tries to pull! Romantic interest develops between them.
Tonari no Kaibutsukun and Beast Master are similar stories, as the main character literally has to tame someone unfamiliar with society, and in the process they end up falling in love with each other. They both have that feeling of suddenly stumbling in love.
The main guys are very similar. Both look scary, and so they have trouble making friends. They also can get very violent, and are always kind of bewildered by everything. They fall in love with the main girl, who is their first friend and the only one who can calm them down when they get violent.
The guy also really likes animals.
The boys in these two shoujo's are really in common. They are both 'bewilderd', acting very strange in public and both sometimes have anger issues.
The girls aren't that much alike, but the boys fall in love with the girls first. And a love story develops! They are both really cute shoujo's allthough Tonari is really a mix between Beast Master & Last Game. They are all lovely to read!
-In Beast Master there is violence, but in My Little Monster there is none.
-In both of them, though, the male protagonists are wild, but the female protagonists tame them.
-Their friendships turn to love.
-Both of the male protagonists seem very scary but are actually quite sweet on the inside.
If you're waiting for the next Dengeki Daisy to come out, try out Beast Master. They were both written and illistrated by the same mangaka. They both have strong male characters and female characters.
Though Beast Master is only two volumns long, its still one of my favorites! So happy that I bought that manga!
Reading Beast Master, I was reminded of Fruits Basket. Both of the mangas have an innocent feel to it. The two mangas also have character(s) where they turn into animals, or have an animal-like personality that they can't control. This makes people misunderstand them, and are believed to be freaks. So if you liked either one of them, you'll like the other!
-Girls meeting boys with animalistic instincts.
-Boys aren't as bad as they seem
-Boys trying to protect the girls
-Boys are cute (inside and out)!
-Both are surpisingly good and heart warming (and sometimes heart wrenching).
both mangas have:
1. similar girls ; theyre tough, though in bloody kiss the girl is tougher
2. both guys have a secret that the girl finds out about
3. both girls accept the guy as who they are :)
4. similar story plot
5. both are suuper cute ^_^
if you loved beast master youll also love bloody kiss! :D
In Beast Master, Leo is a guy who's avoided because he's scary-looking, when all he wants to do is make friends, just like Sadako-chan. Then he meets Kubozuka Yuiko, a popular girl who doesn't think he's scary and befriends him. Eventually everyone finds out that Leo isn't at all as scary as he looks.
These two mangas are similar because both the main characters have a scary face, yet kind personatliy underneath. they also have a signficant other that reveals their true self to everyone and eventually they fall in love with eachother. Both very good reads :}
They both have many differences, but I found Beast Master and Mamotte Agemasu (first 3 chapters) similar, because they are both stories about some scary guy with fighting skills who is very gentle with the girl with whom he is in love with. They are both in shoujo genre, but Mamotte Agemasu is also a smut.
The main characters of both of these stories are a lot like beast and yet a girl still manages to fall in love with them. But due to the beast attitude of the guy he gets in a lot of trouble which causes a lot of drama throughout the series. If you like manga with a lot of drama and a not so ordinary love story then you should give these manga a shot!
Both are short, cute series that revolve around an adorable character that has a vicious side and another character that accepts them for who they are. Also both have romance between the two characters.
Both mangas are about a girl who accepts a guy when nobody else will. The guy in both of them seems very unfriendly and scary but somehow unlike everyone else one girl manages to see past this and becomes very close to to the guy. The are both very good and enjoyable reads and if you like one, I think you'll like the other.
The two manga are about as different as you can get in terms of genres but both teach the very important lesson of not judging based on appearances. Both of the male leads, while outwardly quite scary, are in fact very sweet and kind people.
Both have boys that are referred to as animals and the female is the "master". However, Beast Master is shoujo while Kimi wa Pet is jousei. Kimi wa Pet is also, in my opinion, way better and much more mature than Beast Master.
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 be with the female. They do have there differences, as in Fushigi no Maria-kun, the male is a vampire, whereas in Beast Master, it is a human that has animal traits.  read more
both main male characters become wild and rough (fighting) from the sight of blood. both main male characters have a secret personality/side to them, which only the main girl can see. both couples have to battle through the misunderstandings, family oppositions, rivals etc.
Both of the mangas deal with girls loving animals (one focuses on dogs, though). They both have the main characters encounter each other when one's trying to see the animal. They're also short, cute, and sweet.
Both mangas have a very odd male character who behaves weirdly for different reasons and a fermale lead who somehow sort of has to take care of him. Both are very cute stories with really nice art and they're about the same lenght as well. If you liked one you will surely like the other as well.
Firstly,the male leads are scary looking but they have beautiful, innocent hearts.Their classmates and even their teachers are scared of them and they often get into trouble with delinquents because of their appearance.Also they have no friends until they both find a girl they are really protective of.Finally, the sweetness of those manga is their most lovable similarity.
The plots are different, but to me they seem very similar. For one, the guy is judged by how he looks (Leo looks scary in Beast Master, Miyamura looks like... a.... shady otaku with glasses?) but turn out to be completely different then expected (Leo turns out to be an animal-loving cutie and Miyamura turns out to be an awesome little spaz with earrings and tattoos... I love these characters~) And the girl quickly befriends the boy and the romance commences!!! If you like one, you'll like the other.
Both have guys which seem unapproachable and scary on the outside (but Reo is waayyy scarier) However, Yuiko and Emi are very different from each other. Whereas Yuiko takes care of Reo, Emi is the one being taken care of by Wanichin (her nickname for him)
Art isn't that good compared to Beauty is the Beast but this series will have you rolling on the floor laughing just the same.
They are both about a dangerous boy falling in love with an innocent girl. The guys in these mangas are extremely shy towards the main female characters. Also, the guys are almost owned by the female characters. Not only that but it just give you the same feel... Ya know?
The 2nd story immediately made me think of Beast Master. Both manga are about a boy who seems dangerous (and everyone's afraid of him) and a girl who gets to know him, and eventually falls in love with him. Also, they have very similar art.
Suki, Tokoro ni Yori Arashi is a lot shorter though, since it's a one shot.
The first story shares similarities with Beast Master. The male lead receives poor treatment from other members of his class due to misunderstandings/stereotypes about their appearances. Female lead discovers the male lead isn't so bad after all... And so on!
although the plot it's not the same, somehow they are similar because it's about two girls that fall inlove with a 'different' guy and also how the guy does anything to protect the girl, both are sweet and cute, and when you read one chapter it makes you want to keep reading.
i thought the 2 stories were similar because of the main male characters, leo and akumi are really similar in many ways, they even looked like eachother sometimes.. anyhoo both are really nice short stories, and worth to be read ^^
In Beast Master, the schoolgirl tames the man raised like a beast. In Jiujiu, the schoolgirl raises the wolf beasts that can change form into a human! The girls' beasts can be fierce but mostly have a loving, happy puppy side.
Beast master is one of my favorites. It's short and cute and very funny. In beast master like in again the main male character is judged by his face but is definitely a very good guy. Beast master is much shorter than again and they have very different plots (prob cuz beat master is a shoujo) but if you like one then you will probably like the other.
Both happens in schools with a teenagers and in both there is one male that is quite violent and behaving like a beast at times. His other half is the only one who can "tame" him and make him control his temper, while the other classmates are somewhat too scared to approach him.
Sono koi ni wa wake ga aru is yaoi, which means that the "other half" of "the beast" is also male.
story-wise both of these are very different. Beauty pop is about a girl named kiri getting involved with the "Sp", scissors project. Whereas Beast Master is about a girl who meets a beast-like boy and isn't frightened by his looks and gets to know him. Even if both of these stories are way different you get the same feeling while reading them and they are both very light-hearted and sweet mangas. There's a bit of romance in Beauty pop but if you want more of a cute and innocent love story I'd suggest Beast Master =)
Both Beast Master and MARS are about a guy who is often is called a rebel and some people are scared of him cuz of his reckless attitudes but both are actually really nice guys! also in both mangas each main guy ends up falling for a girl that is their complete opposite! Both are really good read i really liked them both :)
These manga's are almost the same things to a degree, as both feature an akward girl becoming responsable for an oblivious, innocent-to-the-point-of-alien males.
Night and Leo are exceptionally simplar at times; as both lack common sense for good reason (Night is a robot, Leo was a ferrel child), yet are both very affectionate; attatched to their female 'care taker/love interest and both can fight in an agressive manner at times.
Both manga's are comical for the most part and are both a good, short length.
These two manga are exceptionally similar and both very enjoyable...
Beastmaster features a pleasant girl who is an animal fanatic; she meets an 'animalistic' boy and is more or less stuck on gaurdian duty.
Yasei no Bara features a pleasant plant fanatic who meets a plant in humonoid form and is soon stuck on gaurdian duty.
Tasuku (the plant guy) and Leo (the beats guy); though on opposite ends of the spectum, are equally socially akward and attatch themselves to their only friend.
Both 'odd' characters are in danger, as there are thoses after them.
I would say, as an individual who favours shounens, it takes alot to impress me, yet these stray from the generic 'highschool shojo's', as they don't give us your generic 'love story', yet a well though out, detailed storyline, original plot and lovable characters; all in a managable 1/2 volumes. read more
Both are pretty short stories (although Moujuu wa Ori no Naka is far more shorter since it's a oneshot) that deal with a master and beast relationship between a male and female. In both cases, the female must tame the "beast" they meet out of coincidence and thus develop intimate relationships with said beasts. These males are very loyal to their masters and do anything to protect their significant other, sometimes setting aside their non-serious exteriors to do so. In this way, these stories would be appealing to any person who read one and would like to read another with a similar relationship in it.  read more