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Manga: Pandora Hearts
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Manga: The Pale Horse
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Both series share a supernatural horror theme, feature incredibly warped main characters with huge secrets and take place around the same time period.
Manga: Onanie Master Kurosawa
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Manga: Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunousen
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Both involve huge (kind of silly) psychological warfare, both really feel like you're reading Death Note in a different setting.
Manga: 17-sai, Kiss to Dilemma
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Manga: Ouji-sama ni wa Doku ga Aru.
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Ouji-sama ni wa Doku ga Aru.
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*SIMILARITIES*: The male lead and female lead are CHILDHOOD FRIENDS and they are in high school now. The male lead PRETENDS to be weak and innocent in front of others especially the female lead to desperately keep her by his side (ever since they were kids). He does that by making the female lead think that he can't do anything without her and he needs her protection and care so she would be by his side and take care of him '24/7', even though the male lead is NOT WEAK & INNOCENT at all. The male lead is POSSESSIVE & MANIPULATIVE (not psychologically) as he has had a ONE-SIDED LOVE for the female lead since they were young. He wards off any guy who tries to get close to the female lead by any means to keep her by his side and she won't get stolen by others, and he will also do anything to protect her. WHILST the female lead sees the male lead as a very important 'LITTLE BROTHER' and doesn't notice the male lead's romantic feelings towards her, but she starts to realise her romantic feelings for him as the story progresses. *DIFFERENCES*:"Ouji-sama ni wa Doku ga Aru" is less serious, more funny and weird than "17 sai Dilemma" due to the difference in some parts of the male leads' and female leads' personalities.
Manga: Deadman Wonderland
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Manga: Psycome
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Deadman Wonderland and Psycome have a lot in common with each other. They're both set in a prison-like setting, they both follow a falsely imprisoned protagonist, and they both feature a mysterious female character who is hiding more than she is letting on. Where they differ is in their genres. Deadman Wonderland caters more towards the supernatural crowd, whilst Psycome is more ecchi/harem-based. Either way, they're both enjoyable reads, offering plenty of tense, insane moments throughout.
Manga: Veritas
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Manga: Boku no Hero Academia
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These two manga are essentially incredibly similar. Both protagonists want to be the strongest but are powerless. That is until they spark the interest of the strongest character in the series, who then bestows them with their power. After getting power from there masters they enroll into a school full of kids with powers and go through various challenges to become the best. There are actually further similarities as big as those but I'd rather not spoil anything. They both do fantastic jobs of intertwining comedy, action and seriousness. I know I've made it sound like they're the same thing but trust me they are very different.
Manga: One Punch-Man
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Manga: Boku no Hero Academia
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Heroes, this is the theme of both manga. One Punch Man follows a relaxed and episodic line, while Boku no Hero has a more structured story, but both have big action scenes and have similar elements as heroes agencies and various villains.

They are great manga that certainly please the fans.
Manga: Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo!
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Manga: Yuusha ga Shinda!: Murabito no Ore ga Hotta Otoshiana ni Yuusha ga Ochita Kekka.
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Both feature a hilarious adventure about a hero destined to defeat a great evil. The protagonists are accompanied by beautiful girls and together go through all kinds of trouble.

If you liked one of the works will surely like the other.
Manga: Copernicus no Kokyuu
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Manga: Toriniku Club
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Both are eroticly curious stories with no visible boundries. The auther is also the same.
Manga: Yondaime Ooyamato Tatsuyuki
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Manga: Jackass!: Sawatte Ii tte Dare ga Itta yo?
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Both are made by the same artist and have the sweet take on love. Both protagonists are hesitant to begin a relationship with their love interest; both relationship's begin with a sexual "mistake" as well.
Manga: Overlord
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Manga: Kono Sekai ga Game da to Ore dake ga Shitteiru
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Their general premises are very similar. The protagonist is the only player to get stuck in the VR game he is playing, and the NPCs gaining personalities is also present in both series.
Manga: Orange
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Manga: Koe no Katachi
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Both series deal with serious issues such as suicide. They both make your heart ache with sadness, but at the same time the story is so beautiful it makes you tear up with joy.

These stories are so sad but so beautiful and touching.
Manga: Btooom!
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Manga: Sword Art Online: Progressive
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= Both based/set in games
= Both protagonists are NEETs
= Both have good romance
Manga: Hourou Musuko
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Manga: Hanayome wa Motodanshi.
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Hanayome wa Motodanshi and Hourou Musuko both deal with gender dysphoria and other themes of sexuality and gender, but in different ways. There are very few series that take these themes seriously, and even fewer that go into a lot of depth with their take on these themes. Hourou Musuko takes a broader look at these themes, but Hanayome wa Motodanshi does a fantastic job of exploring a more limited number of themes in greater detail. Hanayome is also far more lighthearted but probably more sophisticated in its take, while Hourou Musuko is more serious.

These series are just two different perspectives on sexuality and gender, both not easily forgotten.
Manga: Ghost Hunt
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Manga: Akumu no Sumu Ie: Ghost Hunt
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Akumu no Sumu Ie: Ghost Hunt is an Horror, Mystery ,Supernatural manga and is written by Fuyumi Ono. It was published since 2012 and is still ongoing. (It has an old manga and was published back in 1998.)

I love this manga it's because it has a great art style, The characters are unique in their own way and of course, Don't forget the plot: The Plot is really unpredictable and it makes the reader more curious at what's going to happen next on the future chapters.

It even has an anime: The anime has a 25-long episode.
The anime is really scary and creepy af.
The most scariest episode for me is: The Blood-stained labyrinth. (whoops not gonna spoil it :D)

So how about give it a try, but first watch the anime that has even more a scarier atmosphere.

Manga: Geten no Hana
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Manga: Shinobi Quartet
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Both mangas are great. They both have great art. Both of the mangas have a headstrong female lead. They know how to protect themselves and have confidence in themselves about certain situations. Both of the protagonist (at first) weren't surrounded by men but are surrounded by men (very early in the story). Both of them also involve shinobi's. Although Geten no Hana has shinobi's in it, it is set in a different time frame than Shinobi Quartet. Shinboi Quartet is set in modern time while Geten no Hana is set in the olden time. But both have romance~~~~
Manga: D-Frag!
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Manga: Denki-gai no Honya-san
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The characters take part in very similar, hilariously surreal events. D-Frag has a clear straight man in the middle of a psycho harem while Denki-gai has less of a role distinction between the lineup of lovable weirdos.
Manga: Hibi Chouchou
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Manga: Hadi Girl
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Extremely shy girls fall in love for the first time.
Manga: Hibi Chouchou
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Manga: Seishun Rikon
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Cute, sweet romances featuring extremely shy girls. Both are melodrama-free manga about quiet people falling in love.
Manga: Totsukuni no Shoujo
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Manga: Niehime to Kemono no Ou
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Both are Shoujo Slice Of Life about a young girl and a Monster/Beast.
Manga: Somali to Mori no Kamisama
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Manga: Niehime to Kemono no Ou
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Both are Shoujo Slice Of Life about a young girl and a Monster/Beast.
Manga: Mahoutsukai no Yome
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Manga: Niehime to Kemono no Ou
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Both are Shoujo Slice Of Life about a young girl and a Monster/Beast.
Manga: Basara
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Manga: Song of the Long March
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Both take place in a time period that lacks modern technology. Both have a gender-bending female m/c that is forced to lead and fight. However, Basara has more romance and less politics than Song of the Long March. Basara was created in the 90's while Song of the Long March is still ungoing. Both are very enjoyable and have pretty art.
Manga: Beast & Feast
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Manga: Yondaime Ooyamato Tatsuyuki
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They both involve the yakuza...
Manga: Claymore
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Manga: Gokukoku no Brynhildr
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Both manga series are following girl with special powers fighting against evil organization. Also, in both series the characters are exposed to the risk of becoming the monsters they are fighting againts. They also have involved dark misteries, conspiracies, and term of apocalypse.
Manga: Koishitagari no Blue
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Manga: Ao Haru Ride
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Both involve a two friends falling in love with the same guy, the guy having a girl that is obsessed with him and him feeling the need to protect her and accompany her then having someone act as a temporary boyfriend to the heroine although Ao Haru ride has less crying and much better art
Manga: Yokan Premonition
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Manga: Destinies Cross
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Perfect for us girls (and guys) that like to see hot guys perfect for each other falling in love :*

They both are about famous bands with super sexy guys, in which both the MC is the singer that has an awesome voice and is super cute, although they have different personalities were in "Destinies Cross" Kazune is a bit shy and submissive, Akira in "Yokan" is quite confident in himself and is believes (only submissive in bed .^^ well... maybe...)

Their love interest are also quite similar, both sexy and genius compositors that take a little bit of time to admit their feelings, but when in "Yokan" Sunaga is Akira rival and also a singer, in "Destinies Cross" Saykou is his band mate and guitarist.

Both mangas have a the same feeling to them, but the stories are different, and super interesting ;)
Manga: Deathtopia
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Manga: Danganronpa Gaiden: Killer Killer
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Same level of gore although Killer Killer may not be as messed up. They have people killing people as well and basically it's about these two protagonists searching for criminals. Killer Killer also has a tad more humour.
Manga: Nousatsu Junkie
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Manga: The One
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Both of them are about modelling
Although the one is more more mature tho...
Still charming junkie have a great story and awesome art ♥️♥️
You won't regret reading it.
Manga: Lip Smoke
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Manga: Tsubaki-chou Lonely Planet
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In both mangas a high school student gets related with a reclusive writer who is much older than the girl. Both heroines are smart and mature. And of course, this aged man is the main love interest.
Manga: Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou
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Manga: Dungeon Seeker
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Same setup

Mc weak
bullies and friends transported to another dimension

gets betray.
except this has harem
little edge
Manga: Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou
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Manga: Dungeon Seeker
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MC and friends summon to another world

got poor stats

then gets betrayed.
Manga: Glaucos
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Manga: Kokou no Hito
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Both works are about unconventional sports, besides the two have a very intelligent symbology and a spectacular art, Kokou no Hito is much better but glaucos is a good work that I recommend to anyone who likes to read manga (especially if you like Kokou no Hito)
Manga: Akagami no Shirayuki-hime
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Manga: Kainushi wa Akuma
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the main female protagonist both have very bright and very unusual red hair that is very uncommon and unique. the red hair are very noticeable by the people. but there are some differences in one manga red hair is hated and looked down upon but in the other not so much its just a unique hair color that has never been seen before.
Manga: Ruri no Kaze ni Hana wa Nagareru
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Manga: Shinigamihime no Saikon
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they both have arranged marriage to a man/prince from a different country. they also never met before there marriage and unexpectedly both girls are very strong willed.
Manga: Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari
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Manga: Dungeon Seeker
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MC gets summoned to another world Start with poor stats being the weakest of the party being betrayed and lied at the same time.
Manga: Yu☆Gi☆Oh!
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Manga: Card no Ousama
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Yu☆Gi☆Oh! contains very similar aspects as this story Card no ousama.
Such as dueling with card in a card games. And the main character Yugi also has a rival similar to Minami's rival. I think that if you really liked Card no Ousama you will definitely like Yu☆Gi☆Oh!
Manga: Drag-On Dragoon: Shi ni Itaru Aka
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Manga: Kimi Shi ni Tamau Koto Nakare
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Yoko Taro is the creator of Drakengard, therefore you might be interested in the sequel manga of Drakengard 3 (however, please play the game before you read this)
Manga: Gokusen
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Manga: Beelzebub
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Both manga have a similar high school setting, delinquent main characters, good fight scenes, and little romance. Also, they're both incredibly funny.
Manga: Mushoku Tensei: Isekai Ittara Honki Dasu
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Manga: Hachi-nan tte, Sore wa Nai deshou!
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Both stories about a guy being reborn into a new world while keeping his old memories.
Both are good at magic
Manga: Mushishi
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Manga: Kaze no Tani no Nausicaä
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Both have environmental themes.
Manga: Nageki no Marie
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Manga: Bye-bye Mitsubari
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Has a similar plot of having a bully (boy) from early childhood. The bullying tormented the girls, but to the boys, it was all just an act of love they represented poorly. The boys reappear into the girls lives during their hs years. Fear overtakes them when the boys come back to their lives, but it's a chance for past childhood bullying to bloom into a love story.
Manga: Slam Dunk
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Manga: Rookies
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Both are sports manga, the first one treats baseball and the other basketball.
Both are slow paced and leave you a similar feeling.
Manga: Re:Monster
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Manga: Goblin Slayer
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Dark Fantasy filled with tragic deaths and rape, Adventures trying there very best to survive the horror of the goblin monsteres lurking deep in the dark caves.
Manga: Yume Nikki
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Manga: Kirisame ga Furu Mori
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RPG Maker horror game adaption, fantasy-exploration
Manga: One Punch-Man
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Manga: Boku no Hero Academia
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One Punch-Man and Boku no Hero Academia are like brother mangas. They could even be set in the same universe with very little tweaks to it's storyline.
Manga: Fights Break Sphere
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Manga: Zui Wu Dao
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-Mc are similar as both have been bullied for their lack of talent despite being special..
-Both later become OP..
-Similar setting..
Now just go and read...XD
Manga: Inu x Boku SS
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Manga: Noragami
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I can't believe no one has recommended this one. If you like Noragami, I'm pretty sure you'll like Inu x Boku SS or vice versa. Both manga deal with supernatural elements like demons and spirits. Also, there's some romance between the two main characters. However, there's a bit more romance in Inu x Boku than Noragami. They both also have great art. Sadly, the artist and creator of Inu x Boku passed away without ever finishing the manga.
Manga: Tentai Senshi Sunred
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Manga: Baito-saki wa "Aku no Soshiki"!?
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Both titles are themed and parody sentai/tokusatsu genre series, with a twist that "evil" forces are actually quite nice people in general and "heroes" aren't actually that heroic. Both are comedies with slapstick humour, "Sunred" focuses more on "everyday" aspects and "Baito Soshiki" focuses more on love comedy.
Manga: Danshi Koukousei no Nichijou
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Manga: Dansanjoshi
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Same kind of humour, same kind of characters
Manga: Danganronpa: Kibou no Gakuen to Zetsubou no Koukousei
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Manga: Rengoku Deadroll
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Evil mastermind gets a kick out of kids killing each other in games and trials.
Manga: Hourou Musuko
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Manga: Bokura no Hentai
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Both stroies about a group or a pair who deal with gender dysphoria and crossdressing. Both are slightly more serious and dark than your avarage gender bend manga.
The character's are of a similar age, at least initially, and they both include gay/ bisexual characters.
Bokura no hentai is a lot darker, while Horou Musuko has a serous but light tone.
Manga: Kokoro no Kanashimi
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Manga: Boku Mushi
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If you really love this kind of manga, please read Kokoro no Kanashimi. If you are not too familiar with this kind of manga, please throw all the preconceptios away and try to read some chapters. And thanks me later (maybe).

-Both are more deep than they look.
-Both are from the same autors. (Nishioka Kyoudai or Nishioka Bro-sis).
-Both have that surreal way to put some mental illness in a beautiful way.
-Both have that touch on interesting psychological and (sometimes) average daily life themes.
-Both prepares you from what come next on Nishioka Bro-sis works, like Kami no Kodomo or Kono Sekai Owari e no Tabi.
Manga: Haikei, Niisan-sama
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Manga: Kyoudai-Biyori
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Legitimately has similar circumstances. An elder brother whose come back to a younger brother, where circumstances past leave something to desire in their relationship. I would highly recommend this to anyone who read Niisan-sama and hoped for a more intimate ending, as this one does take the incest further, without it being rushed. Has the same slow pace as well.
Manga: Hanazakari no Kimitachi e
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Manga: Classi9
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Both about a girl who moves into an all boys school to follow her dream. They have very strong likeable main characters and have similar audience.

However Classi9 is about music with a harem like setting where as Hanazakari is about sports and features a love triangle of sorts.
Manga: Bokura no Kiseki
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Manga: Okobore Hime to Entaku no Kishi
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Veronica is totally like Leticia, not only in appearance but also so strong-willed and intelligent
Manga: GTO
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Manga: Rookies
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Both manga are about unconventional teachers leading various upstart students to redeem themselves. GTO is far crazier, while Rookies is more realistic. Rookies has heavy focus on Baseball, which is the biggest difference.
Manga: Haruka na Machi e
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Manga: Suiiki
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The main character travels back in time and learns about family history. There is a similar tone about reflection on the way things used to be in Japan.
Manga: Baki Gaiden: Scarface
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Manga: Oyaji
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Larger-than-life, powerfully-built MCs who also happen to have hearts of gold and communicate with their fists.
Manga: Caste Heaven
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Manga: Color Recipe
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Both feature characters that could be considered a little twisted. If you like possessive, crazy, and conflicting characters, you will probably like both of these titles.
Manga: Death Note
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Death Note
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Manga: Bloody Monday
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You want mind games? You got it.
You want mental chess? You got it.
You want gore and killing? You got it!

Both series have two intelligent protagonists who are fighting against each other. In Death Note, it is between Kira and L while in Bloody Monday, the protagonist is actually on the good side, like L and the antagonists are like Kira, who kill for "justice". You got two sides tryin' one-up each other through with fearsome tricks and traps. Both are extremely thrilling and exciting.
Manga: Papillon: Hana to Chou
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Manga: Arisa
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Twin sisters who look exactly alike and it's psychological.
Manga: Reimei no Arcana
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Reimei no Arcana
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Manga: Mahoutsukai no Yome
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Red hair, shunned childhood, special powers, animal-human-creature-things...
Manga: Re:Monster
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Manga: Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou
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Protagonists are overpowered. They eat their defeated foes to gain even more strength. Through eating their opponents, they thrive.
Manga: Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari
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Manga: Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou
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Protagonists and their fellow classmates get transported to another RPG-estique world by royalty, as the "heroes who will save their land". They get betrayed, and look for revenge, as well as a way to return back home. Their class seemed weak to others, but they grew so strong over such a short period of time, that you can consider it cheating. They surpass all their other classmates, and became the ultimate power.
Manga: Akagami no Shirayuki-hime
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Manga: Arte
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(Semi) historical setting - check. Characters representing the whole social strata - check. Various socio-politico-economic issues woven into the story - check. And mainly, the main character is a girl determined to make her own way in life.
Manga: Honey
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Honey
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Manga: Koisuru Harinezumi
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The guy is being misunderstood by majority, the girl found out his true loving personality and falls in love.
Manga: Kaichou wa Maid-sama!
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Manga: Horimiya
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Both mangas potray on how the MC Male/Female shows a different side in school and outside of school. Quite the love story might i say.

- Mysterious Male MC included +They are both very handsome istg
- Both has hardworking Female MC
- Nice plot development
- Mostly focuses on both Male and Female MC
- Though Horimiya doesn't quite have an anime yet, it will very likely get an anime offer soon since the story is very good.
Manga: Orange Planet
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Manga: Dengeki Daisy
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Both main female character has a guardian that they can rely on but no idea who the person is. In dengeki daisy she can contact him using her brother's mobile phone while in orange planet she is writing letters to him.
Manga: Yotsuba to!
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Manga: Gakuen Babysitters
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Both are slice of life stories featuring young children, their single guardian, and the people around them. They're pretty episodic, featuring sweet and funny stories (sometimes even sad). Both are really cute with similar feels and will probably appeal to fans of the other!
Manga: Kara no Kyoukai: The Garden of Sinners
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Manga: Zetsuen no Tempest
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- Mikiya and Yoshino are (somewhat) pacifists that prefer dialoguing over fighting;
- Shiki and Aika are mysterious girls that always steals the scenes they're in;
- Mahiro and Lio are blond, red-eyed and they share lots of personality similarities;
- Touko and Hakaze are red-haired and badass sorceresses/magi;
- Introspective analysis of the human psyche and deep themes;
- Similar genres (Mystery, Drama, Psychological);
- Urban fantasy with magic on it;
- Twisted and complex plots with dark atmospheres;
- Philosophical quotes are nearly always present;
- Both series have mature, realistic and charismatic characters with amazing interactions between them, breathtaking fighting scenes and really satisfying endings.
Manga: Akatsuki no Yona
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Manga: Arslan Senki
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Both MC's start off as gullible royality, then grow up. There is a dispute of who truely should be king. MC and his/her spear-wielding fighting genius escape. Maybe some romance in both? one more than the other. Wars are fought, people are betrayed, strong characers fight each other, great MC's. Who has the claim to the Kingdom?
Manga: Onanie Master Kurosawa
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Manga: Chikan Otoko
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Both are brilliant slice of life comedies. Each has its own flair and adds its own tidbits, but the themes of self-discovery and change are present in both. Both have their ups and downs, and are suitable for reading in 1 sitting (about 2.5 hrs each). I say this because I couldn't put either one down at all.
Manga: Skip Beat!
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Manga: The One
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Both revolve around fashion exept skip beat is show biz and the one is modeling als the male leads are very alike
Manga: Aiki
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Manga: Gun x Clover
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Main similarities:

•Both have "secretly" over powered characters.
Many enemies think MC-kun is weak, but easily gets beaten up.
•Has many epic scenes.
•Both MC-kun are masters who has proteges/students who learns from him.
•Similar genres (action, ecchi, harem, martial arts, etc.)

Both my favourite manga, therefore highly recommended to read.
Manga: One Piece
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Manga: Black Clover
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Main Similarities:

•Both main characters in the series (Luffy from One Piece and Asta from Black Clover) share many similarities.
They also have the catch phrase where they want to be the best.
(ex. Luffy says, "He'll be the Pirate King" while Asta says, "He'll be the Sorcerer Emperor"... every time! So it'll be annoying.)
•The main characters have the "never give up attitude."
•Similar genres (action, comedy, fantasy, etc.)
•Both serialized by Shounen Jump (Weekly), so you'll know it'll be great.
•Both are long series. As of June 13 2016, One Piece has 827 chapters while Black Clover only has 65 (it has significantly less chapters since Black Cover is still new (2015) while One Piece started back in 1997).

Overall both are great. Highly recommended to read it when you get the chance.
Manga: Hunter x Hunter
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Manga: +Anima
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Manga about four protagonists who travel a long journey. Both HxH and +Anima have beings who possess animal-like powers in a world full of fantasy. Both stories focus on themes like friendship -Not to be confused with "Nakama power"- and both are full of adventures. Both manga are balanced with both lighthearted and dark moments.
Manga: Fights Break Sphere
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Manga: Zui Wu Dao
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The main character and the story setting in both these manhuas are quite similar. The MC is initially considered as weakling in both of them but later after becoming the disciple of a powerful master he regains the respect of his clan members. In both of them MC wants to restore its clan honour and fights to protect his clan's members. Both MC has a cute sister who adores the MC and there is also a progressive levelling system in both of these manhuas. Though Zui wu dao(ZWD) has more comedic elements than Fights Break Sphere(FBS). FBS includes more serious moments than ZWD.
Manga: Kimi wa Pet
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Manga: Boku no Pet ni Narinasai.
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These stories both involve situations where the love interest starts out acting in a owner/pet relationship, though in Kimi wa Pet the owner is the woman and vice versa in Boku no Pet ni Narinasai. Though story wise Kimi wa Pet has more drama and the characters are more complex Boku no Pet ni Narinasai is cuter and much shorter.
Manga: Mirai Nikki
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Manga: Platinum End
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Both of these manga have a very similar plot. In both of them there are 12/13 chosen people to be god candidates, in Platinum End these chosen people are often suicidal and have given up on life and in Mirai Nikki the chosen people are generally psychologically damaged. These chosen candidates are given something that would change their lives, Platinum End provides the characters with angels and a choice between wings or red and white arrows, whereas Mirai Nikki rewards the candidates with a future diary, a device that will inform them of future events.
The MC's of these manga are both the "everyday person" that seem to be brought into this game outside of their free will to do so, and they also form romantic alliances with other candidates.
For anyone who likes a unique systematic plot line, these are two manga's that are definitely worth the read.
Manga: Hana yori Dango
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Manga: Kurosaki-kun no Iinari ni Nante Naranai
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Both female leads are stronger from the usual characters we stumble upon in the shoujo manga world . They stand up and defend themselves and people around them, aren't afraid to work and have their first kiss stolen by the ''bad guy'' tee-hee , and both male characters have similar personas such as putting up a tough facade just to find out later than they are really sweet and caring , make ''cruel'' remarks towards our female lead just for some attention, always jumping in to rescue.
Manga: Hapi Mari: Happy Marriage!?
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Manga: Koi wo Oshiete
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In both mangas, the characters are not sure about the real feelings about their partners, in fact, they take a while to realize that they are in love. The difference is that in Hapi Mari, the main character is "forced" to get married due a circumstance and in Koi wo Oshiete the marriage is seen as a consequence of their love.
Manga: Bitter Virgin
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Manga: Asa mo, Hiru mo, Yoru mo.
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Both are about a heroine who has an extreme fear of men due to trauma from having been raped, and the path of her recovery as she learns to trust and even love again. Asa mo focuses more on romance than recovery, whereas Bitter Virgin deals heavily with the emotional side of trauma.
Manga: Gantz
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Manga: :REverSAL
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Both series are about a group of people that are forced into a kill-or-be-killed "game" on a regular basis with little warning, in which the monstrous opponents are not the only threat. Gantz has a lot of blood, gore, and sexual content, while :REverSAL is light on the blood, has little gore, and no sexual content.
Manga: Hana nomi zo Shiru
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Manga: Hana wa Saku ka
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The plot and characters are not similar to each other, however, both manga give off a really warm feeling. In addition, plant/flower is used as a metaphor in both works.
Manga: Deadman Wonderland
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Manga: Nanbaka
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Nanbaka and Deadman Wonderland both take place in a prison. Each series has one or two crazy characters. There is a very stern prison guard in each series. Deadman Wonderland is a darker, and more violent series. While, Nanbaka is a more light-harted, comedic series.
Manga: Death Note
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Manga: Doubt
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They are Both very serious deal with whats right and wrong and question why we are alive
Manga: Boku wa Mari no Naka
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Manga: Aru Asa Okitara
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because the two man finds himself in the corps a another girl
Manga: Bleach
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Manga: Doll's Folklore
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A boy is able to see spirits because of a traumatic event that resulted in the death of someone they were close to when he was a child. As a high school student, he's a problem child, but one day, a girl suddenly appears in his room to kill a spirit. In the way to kill the spirit, something happens which causes the girl to awaken his hidden powers to be able to kill spirits.

Differences: Bleach is about ghosts and grim reapers, Doll's Folklore is about monsters born from emotion and people who just have special powers.
Manga: Ran to Haiiro no Sekai
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Manga: Hime to Mahoutsukai
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The fluffy art and the overall feeling is simmilar. But while Hime to Mahoutsukai is a shoujo ai oneshot about a witch and a princess, Ran to haiiro no sekai is a longer story about a young witch growing up.
Manga: Sekine-kun no Koi
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Manga: Dame na Watashi ni Koishite Kudasai
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29-year-olds who have bad luck with love. While Sekine-kun no Koi is more serious and kinda sad, Dame na Watashi ni Koishite Kudasai is a comedy! Both are good reads.
Manga: Tanaka-kun wa Itsumo Kedaruge
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Manga: Handa-kun
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Both are 4-koma format about high school boys getting into shenanigans they don't want to get into. Hilarity ensues.
Manga: My Girl
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Manga: Chichikogusa
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Just some dads trying to take care of their kids. Heartwarming and disgustingly cute.
Manga: Sakura Taisen: Kanadegumi
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Manga: Classi9
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both about a girl who ends up going to a school for music surrounded in a reverse harem situation
Manga: Linden Hall no Aria
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Manga: Classi9
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both have a central female lead, and both are based around music
Manga: Spirit Circle
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Manga: Murasakiiro no Qualia
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The MCs have multiple versions of themselves.
Both have deep philosophical story.
Good reads. Two thumbs up for both.
Manga: Zetsuen no Tempest
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Manga: No.6
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- Mysterious life-treatening epidemic diseases;
- Two male leads that are (relatively) pollar oposites of each other;
- Zetsuen's MCs are best bros while No.6's MCs are way more than that;
- Post-Apocalyptic/Dystopian settings;
- Similar genres (Drama, Sci-Fi, Psychological);
- Dark atmospheres and deep themes;
- Shakespearean references;
- Philosophy, philosophy and more philosophy;
- Zetsuen starts with a tragedy while No.6 well...
- Both series are adapted by BONES, but unlike No.6, Zetsuen is well adaptated, but do yourself a favor and read both mangas/novels because they're far more superior than their respectives adaptations.
NOTE: No.6 is filled with tons of Ho Hay moments (mostly between Nezumi and Shion) so if you don't like this kind of stuff just avoid it.
Manga: Nozoki Ana
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Manga: Golden Time
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Both mangas are about a deep and strange romantic love, while Nozoki Ana is geared towards a sligtly older generation due to its mature themes in both there is unexpected plot twists which keep you second guessing, deep character backgrounds and some comedy thrown in for good measure. Overall I would thoroughly recommend reading both these mangas.
Manga: Koukou Debut
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Manga: Shiny Doll
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The girl is unfashionable and asks a guy to help her. Koukou Debut is a longer and has deeper story, if you liked Shiny Doll, you'll probably like it!
Manga: Oshiete! Galko-chan
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Manga: Hajimete no Gal
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If you're into Gal then this is manga is just for you!
Manga: Only Sense Online
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Manga: Toaru Ossan no VRMMO Katsudouki
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Toaru Ossan no VRMMO Katsudouki and Only Sense Online are mangas, that play in a fantasy virtual game world, like Sword Art Online, but without all that drama. You can go online and offline like any normal game, no need to defeat any boss to leave the game and whatsoever.
Like the Synopsis says, both of the main characters chooses the most unpopular skills available and are critizised by the people around them, but as the story goes on they show that they do have some worth after all.
The art is not bad in both of them and the characters are likeable too. I would also put the "Slice of Life" genre in both of them.
This might be a spoiler, but also not since it happens right at the beginnig, but both main characters choose the bow as their main weapon, which is considered completely useless.
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