Total Recommendations: 12
If you liked the yakuza scenario, the bond between the characters and the super dumb but lovable seme in Tight-rope, you might as well try reading the 4th chapter of Kyokutou no Hanamuko. The only difference is the relationship between the main characters, in TH they're childhood friends and in KnH they met in childhood, but more in a servant way.
Manhwas with gender bender+shounen ai, a evil yet kind-hearted prince and a charming innocent "princess"/"woman". Both have a relationship development, dealing with the past and searching for happiness. Royalty and kingdoms... Bishies and drama.
Castle Mango and Hana wa Saku ka don't share the same story or anything totally similar in particular, but both have "oyaji" seme and young uke in a slow-paced relationship. Neither of them have smex or cliche scenes, it is shounen-ai and they both tell how two guys meet and start falling slowly in love. I recommend the other if you like any of them...
Both mangas are about kids and their daily life with a boy/man, the only one left in the family. They have this sad atmosphere, because the parents/mother are dead. The development is adorable too, they start to understand each other and stuff. The cuteness of "Gakuen Babysitters" overflows, but "My Girl" doesn't lose either (and has other kids too, Kohaku's friends). Anyway, you should read both if you are looking for a cute manga with cute kids and cute guys doing cute things.
Oh well, they do have different scenarios, but the story is basically the same. The main characters are: a unusual protagonist in shoujo, a girl who is not cute or feminine and a boy cross-dresser. In Kuragehime, they're strangers in the beginning, while in Half and Half they are childhood friends that meet after 13 years. Both deal with gender bender, Kuragehime in a funny and sometimes serious way and H&H in a more deep way: deals with homossexuality and prejudice... Both are great manga, I only read Kuragehime's first two volumes, but I watched the anime and when I started Half and Half manga I was like: "Oh, reminds me of Kuragehime. This is good and could totally happen in the anime's continuation". So, if you like K's anime and manga, you could give a try to Half and Half, it deserves a 8, imo.
The art and plot are different, the setting and character's look too, but they give the same strange feeling when you read it. It isn't your fluffy BL, it has a strong plot and makes you think about life, how people are connected to each other and the way both shown those incredible dreams in those incredible panels. It isn't your average BL, it explores story, art, dialogues and each character's life. I must say: I love both of them. Maybe this is a risky recommendation, but if like one, you should try the other.
Non Tea Room chapter 4 and 5 "Wipe It" has the "same" Love Neco's basic idea: Robot/artificial life. Both are BL/yaoi too, Non Tea Room has some funny momments, but it's more serious about the "robot" story while Love Neco is more comedy and centered in the development of the relationship.
Seven Days is like a introdution to the BL world. Most of people start with shounen-ai or light yaoi like Little Butterfly. Rin! and Seven Days are similar because both are great stories involving archery, "love triangle" and they give the same heart-warming feeling about BL school life. I must say I hold a special care for Rin! because of the great character development we get and I really think RIn! should receive the same attention Seven Days has.
The main story in Merry Family Plan reminds me of the manga Complex. Complex tells us the story of a couple as time pass by, the problems they faced after starting a relationship and society issues. In Merry Family Plan too, we have the story of a couple as time pass by, the problems afterwards and so as questions we see in Complex too: "My partner used to be straight...", the pressure of parents for "the ideal family" or "where this relationship is going?". Complex has more drama and more twists than Merry Family Plan, but both carry a more realistic plot when dealing with homossexual relationships.
A lot of fanservice yaoi. Forget the past trauma uke, character development or any quite deep plot, because sometimes you just want smex hard yaoi. But I must say Sailor♥Danshi has bondage, incest and more hard stuff than Glamorous Boyfriend.
Yaoi genre. The first story in Furueru Yoru no Himitsugoto reminds me of the second story in Free Punch. We got school life roomates plot, where one of the boys is hard to deal, because of a secret or a past trauma. So, they seem angry/anti-social, but the other roomate finds a cute side of him. Anyway, Furueru Yoru no Himitsugoto is more adorable while Free Punch is more funny.
Well, both are BL/yaoi mangas. It is somehow band-related (Orutana > one of the characters plays in a band; Non Tea Room > almost all of the characters are in a band). We got a possible love triangle too! And we got the "I was just being used" drama too... Shoowa art style is more sketchy if compared with Orutana's, which is so clean, but both are good reads.