Total Recommendations: 13
Similar expressive character design, animation and type of humour. Great characters and stories in both, but they're not much alike in these items. Goemon reminds me of Zoro and Fujiko resembles me of Nami, though.
The crazy art style and animation and the sci-fi setting in both are pretty similar.
People summoning creatures to fight in their commands. The art style is similar too. Although Persona have a lot of comedy, while Fate/Zero is darkly serious.
Teenagers battling using magical weapons, with some overpowered techniques. Also, similar endings. Nanoha A's have much better story and characters, though.
Both are epic old school sci-fi series with clever plotwists, great battles and political plots.
Totally insane comedies. Arakawa's animation resembles Sunred's too, in my opinion.
Same American feeling (stronger on Heroman, but still). They're about a boy with a technological partner who fights against computer viruses (on Rockman.EXE) or aliens (Heroman). Both are intended for young audience.
Both are collections of shounen ai/yaoi oneshots. Both are really great.
Shadows and Stands are very similar. But everything else are pretty different. Jojo's have a lot of blood and tense feelings, Blue Dragon is more childish and funny.
Both mangas created by Toume Kei. Same style, same feelling, but Luno have fantasy and magic.
Great mangas of Takehiko Inoue. Both are about basketball, with a familiar mood. Slam Dunk have more comedy and REAL have more drama. Both are awesome. If you don't like basketball or do not enjoy sports manga, read Slam Dunk first. I'm sure you'll love it and you'll want to play basketball.
They have the same strong adventure shonen feeling.