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If you liked
Deadman Wonderland
...then you might like
Tokyo Ghoul
Tokyo ghoul made me think about deadman wonderland

the themes and dark pasts and the main being given a power they dont want thats the kind of stuff that makes these similar

Both mains have been forced into a different world with weird powers by someone
but they both will aim for something different in the plot

the characters in both series are very different from eachother so i cant compare that
If you liked
Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou
...then you might like
Yotsubato!
Both are lighthearted slice of life series with a calm mood and serene atmosphere. They provide insight on everyday experiences without complex storytelling but retains its realism. The main characters from both series can be relatable and often interesting to see what their daily interests are. If you're the type of fan who is interested in a slice of life series with honesty and elegance, then I recommend these two titles.
If you liked
Barakamon
...then you might like
Hayachine!
Two humorous, feel-good slice-of-life manga that show life in rural towns with distinct customs and colorful characters. Both especially focus on the hilarious antics of the child characters. In Barakamon, a young calligrapher in exile from Tokyo moves to an isolated island village where he learns to be better person and develop his own style of calligraphy. He grows and finds happiness through his interactions with the local people and their traditions, giving up the conveniences of civilization, and his adventures confronting nature (icky bugs and fish!) In Hayachine! A family who lost their parents move to their uncle's house in a town called Ohasama and meet the people living there, one of which is a foreign girl obsessed with the local history and customs. They learn about the area where their ancestors came from and to accept their own and others' eccentricities.
If you liked
Full Metal Panic!
...then you might like
Bite! Green wo Nerae
Both are written by Same author.

Both has the mascot bonta kun in it. Both series are very funny. and both has character simillar except in this one i think the roles got changed instead of Sagara, Sousuke its a female named Kanie Seiya that has his personality.
If you liked
Blood+
...then you might like
Blood-C: Izayoi Kitan
Both are mangas who differ from the anime they have as their origin. Even though the Blood+ manga does differ in storyline, it doesn't in setting, while Blood-C: Izayoi Kitan uses a different setting than its parent story, Blood-C (so it's pretty much a prequel). However, both seem to focus more on light and friendlier setting than both of their rather dark and unhappy anime counterparts. They both have action, mystery and homour. Still, they revolve around the same topics, like fighting demons, and a girl named Saya, who is the only one who can stop them.
If you liked
Slam Dunk
...then you might like
Hantsu x Trash
Hantsu x Trash is an ecchi version of Slam Dunk. Both main characters start of confessing and being rejected. Both they're lives in the beginning are somewhat boring. Both join a sport, basketball and water polo, mainly to get involved with a girl who is with the team. They both begin to enjoy the sport and have an amazing jumping ability. They're main goal is to get so good that it'll impress the girl in their hearts. Overall both mangas will teach you about the sport. Major difference are the teams motivations and goals for being in the team.
If you liked
Skip Beat!
...then you might like
Sarasah
Though these two stories differ in many aspects they also have much in common. Both girls lead characters are modern girls who go all out in all they do and have lots of spunk. This particular quality, though odd, is also charming to the company who surround them and men of character, though hesitant, can not help but fall for these girls.

Additionally, a red thread bind these two stories and that is LOVE, the blazing unrequited love that borders on obsession! They both change there lives because of it, though one forsakes it and the other seeks it yet again. Furthermore, they are both oblivious when it comes to others interests in them.

Last but not least they both have a small taste of the supernatural!
If you liked
Shokoku no Altair
...then you might like
Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic
Magi and Shokoku no Altair have great creative writing and world building. The character cast offers diversity with their backgrounds and personalities. Throughout both series, there is much history and origins to be learned. There are also fantasy themes with an adventurous tropes. Throughout both series, there's also political affairs and warfare conflicts. Recommended for fans of shounen with a well written story.
If you liked
Ten no Ryuu Chi no Sakura
...then you might like
Ookami-heika no Hanayome
Though Ookami-heika no H. does not have the same line of supernatural/fantasy as Ten no Ryuu, they still both have very similar feel and romantic air.
If you liked
Koi dano Ai dano
...then you might like
Last Game
If you like Koi Dano Ai Dano, try Last Game or vice versa. The handsome main leads in these shoujos have to deal with intelligent yet clueless girls. The guys fall for them, yet they see him as their best friend and ignore all clues about romance - also the guys are not very good at straightforwardly telling the girl, but go about their approach in a round about way that leads nowhere, yet in a very humorous way. Koi Dano is very humorous yet also very well written and witty, while Last Game is not as intricately woven, it's also very good.
If you liked
Haji-Otsu.
...then you might like
Hadi Girl
Both are about shy girls overcoming their uneasiness with the opposite sex. The artwork is done in a similar style and if you enjoy the humor in one, you'll enjoy it in the other.
If you liked
Touch
...then you might like
H2
Adachi greatness.
Both manga are essentially slice of life stories woven carefully around exciting baseball action and subtle romance between childhood friends. If you liked one, chances are you'll love the other.
If you liked
Shinryaku! Ika Musume
...then you might like
Shinkaigyo no Anko-san
Shinrakyu Ika Musume (Squid Girl) and Shinkaigyo no Anko-san both has a main female protagonist with attributes of sea creature. Their personalities contrasts with one another but often catches the attention of others because of their appearances. While lacking a complex story, they make it up with their humorous comedy and experience gags that depicts their lives on Earth. Recommended for fans of supernatural + slice of life fiction presented in a lighthearted format.
If you liked
Last Game
...then you might like
Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san
Both involve the female protagonist beating the male protagonist in everything and the male trying his best to get a victory. They both also include romance to different degrees.
If you liked
Yotsubato!
...then you might like
Joshikausei
Simple SOL series depicting the experiences a young girl as she tackles everyday life. Both series has lighthearted comedy with realism and interactions with others. While lacking complex story arcs, it makes it up with the creative way it depicts everyday life. Joshikausei is noticeable for its absence of dialogues. Recommended for fans of slice of life.
If you liked
Mushishi
...then you might like
Chichi Kogusa
Story about a man that has to live his life as a wanderer because of his job. Even though chichi doesn't talk about supernatural stuff, it tells a history about a wanderer pharmacist that seems quite similar to Ginko. Also the way that the stories develop gives a refreshing and calm feeling in both manga.
If you liked
Eden no Ori
...then you might like
Dendrobates
I started reading it and I never stopped until I finished the story. They are great stories with many challenges, mysteries and passions. The details keeps you intrigued. They can be essentially divided into three parts that are all developed as the story progresses.
If you liked
Oukoku Game
...then you might like
Real Account
People who are willing to kill in order to survive. Both manga are intense psychological horror and contain a lot of killing that have to do with psychic abilities and the battle between a group.
If you liked
Chotto ya Sotto ja Tomaranai
...then you might like
Bokura no Mitsudomoe Sensou
They're funny yaoi manga that involve a group of high school boys. Both are very smutty and have a similar art style. There's no real plot or anything; it's basically just porn. Also, a 3-way happens in the first chapter in both manga.
If you liked
Doubt
...then you might like
Jinrou Game
Well for starters, the story and initial "game" concept in both series are very similar. The game itself has all participants trying to work out, and kill off, the killer who is mingled in with them.

In Doubt, the players are called "Rabbits" and the killer is a "Wolf".

In Jinrou Game, the players are called "residents" and the killer is also a "werewolf". Also, there are two major differences that isn't in Doubt. One is that there are actually two wolves than one. The second is that one player has the power for someone to relvel if they are a Werewolf or a Resident.
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