Total Recommendations: 7
The feeling of decadence and exquisite artwork are characteristics both share. Similarly, a little suggestion of yaoi undertone is presented in a grotesque way. Although Towards the Darkness and Litchi Hikari Club are not for the weak hearted, fans of Usamaru Furuya or even Suehiro Maruo may take a gander at this (really) convoluted oneshot.
Usogui follows a fearless gambler participating at utterly ridiculous games, which a big organization created for their pleasures. Perhaps the most similar factors that these manga so far are that both antagonistic leaders act like complete assholes and they probably have the propensity to drool while laughing.
There are many instances in these series that are quite similar such as characters, especially samurai, who aspire to be stronger in terms of their skills in swordsmanship, or same desires of individuals who want to conquer their obstacles (i.e. enemies or hardships). Also, numerous historical events and people had been mentioned, although in different circumstances. Both art are marvelously realistic, but Shigurui takes the gore level higher than Vagabond. Did I mention more samurai ass kicking?
You might enjoy another manhwa called Goong since at first, the main characters have no emotional affections toward the beginning of the plot. Bit by bit, their relationships start to grow.
Both contains similar themes of survival. However, Blue Heaven has less gore than Battle Royale. The psychological aspects make it a worthwhile and satisfying series to read.
Strange, foreign creatures forcefully make human bodies their hosts.