Published: Mar 25, 2006 to Nov 26, 2012
Score: 7.941 (scored by 3825 users)
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comedy romance shoujo
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Both are comedies with protagonists who don't match up with what others expect them to be. Yamada Tarou is actually poor, while people think he's rich. Asuka has girly hobbies, while people think he's a manly man.
If you like a guy who is girlish and a girl who is manly, these are for you. (Granted, in W Juliet, the girlishness is forced.) Both have a sweet, romantic, shojo feel, and are about the bonds between these (almost, and really) gender bending people.
Both mangas have extremely original story lines and even more exceptional art. Story wise, they share a main male lead who has to put on a facade as a cool, manly person for one reason or another. Both male leads have a main character with some sort of "flaw" where in Otomen, the main lead has feminine hobbies, while in PSI boy the main lead is socially awkward. In addition to similar male leads, in both mangas there is a best friend that helps the lead protect his true identity, and a girl who the male has romantic feelings for and, in turn, is inspired to show more of his true personality.
Both mangas are extremely well done and if you liked either one, i'm positive that you'll enjoy the other as well.