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If you liked
Nagato Yuki-chan no Shoushitsu
...then you might like
Shinonome Yuuko wa Tanpen Shousetsu wo Aishite Iru
The main Heroine from both manga is a quiet book-loving type. Of course both is romance from shonen/seinen genre. Though Shinonome Yuuko's almost devoid of expression feels a bit more similar to the original (alien) Yuuki Nagato. Both are romance though Nagato Yuki-chan more comedic while Shinonome Yuuko has more drama in it.
If you liked
Gokusen
...then you might like
Ojousama no Himitsu♥
The one shot included in this manga, which is, Kyuukyoku Kareshi ni Yamitsuki Kanojo, is similar to Gokusen because it both involves a gang or mafia person who is the heir or has the mafia blood in them. Incidentally, they both fall in love with a person but tries to keep their family a secret.
If you liked
Pro-Wres Superstar Retsuden: Hulk Hogan
...then you might like
Oyasumi Punpun
It's got the struggles of a young mans life, brother.
If you liked
Onanie Master Kurosawa
...then you might like
Shinonome Yuuko wa Tanpen Shousetsu wo Aishite Iru
For some reason, the relationship between Shinonome Yuuko and Minami Eita kinda reminds me about the relationship between Kurosawa Kakeru and Takigawa Magister. Both of them connected trough small chat in library, both of them also made a promise revolving 'writing a novel'. But, Shinonome Yuuko has more focus towards romance and feels lighter in content and context.

So, if you want a healer after reading Onanie Master Kurosawa give Shinonome Yuuko wa Tanpen Shousetsu wo Aishite Iru a try.
If you liked
Rokuyoku
...then you might like
Yume Uri
Both one-shots have a very similar feel - dark and eerie. In both, something is gained when a part of a certain girl's body is given up.
If you liked
Tail Star
...then you might like
Sousei no Onmyouji
Tales where children are burdened with the duty of protecting the future. The strongest couple in Sousei no Onmyouji and the Princess and her Knight in Tail Star.
If you liked
Tokyo Zombie
...then you might like
Manga of the Dead
Manga of the Dead is a collection of stories by different people so the tone does change from story to story. But I feel like there are some common levels of morbid humor that fit nicely with the zombie world seen in Tokyo Zombie.
If you liked
Superior
...then you might like
Orange Marmalade
-The heroines hide who they truly are and cannot tell the ones they love.
-The heroines go through hardships because of who they truly are.
-They find friends despite their identity.
If you liked
Kieli
...then you might like
Ajin
Both manga have humans that cannot die. They are wanted in Society and if you happen to find one, you can get a reward.
If you liked
Kami nomi zo Shiru Sekai
...then you might like
Watashi no Tomodachi ga Motenai no wa Dou Kangaete mo Omaera ga Warui.
The main characters from both series aren't popular and neither do they have a lot of real friends. What they do have though is a love for the virtual world, in particular games and the Internet. Their experience with real life people of the opposite sex often lands them into compromising positions. There a connection between their real life and fictional experiences. And with those connections brings out comedy, drama, and moments that will get people talking.
If you liked
Take On Me
...then you might like
Hatsu Inu
+ Has a perverted girl who enjoys and craves having sex with the MC, and an MC who is perfectly fine with that most of the time
+ A bit of a romance element despite it being a hentai
+ Another girl who competes with the female lead over the MC
+ Some drama and comedy along with the sex
+ Start with the MC finding the lead female with a vibrator in public

- Fujino in Hatsu Inu doesn't talk hardly at all, but the girl in Take on Me does (especially during sex)
If you liked
Yotsubato!
...then you might like
Barakamon
Comedy - Slice of life : It is funny, lovely and there is a little girl.
If you liked
Skip Beat!
...then you might like
Beniiro Hero
The heroine in both is emotionally strong, initially gets rejected by the one that they love but develops and gets strong because of it, and pursues something that they are both passionate about and extremely talented at. In Beniiro Hero the main character has a natural talent for volleyball, and in Skip Beat she has a natural talent for acting. This results in other characters having reactions such as:
-"What... how is that rookie doing something so skilled when they don't have any experience..!!"
-"That girl is... scary...!"
-"Has she given up?" "No, look!" "*Gasp* her aura has completely changed..!!"
Also in both series the heroine has extreme amounts of family drama, since their mother wants to force them into a family business kind of thing, and they completely disapprove of the way that the heroine has grown up.
The love interest(s) of the heroine have similar talents and interests to her, and both mangas use multiple perspectives to explain what is going on (not only from the point of view of the main characters, but minor characters as well.)
The main characters also look similar.
If you liked
S・L・H
...then you might like
Super Darling!
Both are from the same Mangaka and both are reverse harem manga. They also have amazing artwork with beautiful pictures. I thought both of these were really cute! <3
If you liked
Beast Master
...then you might like
TiG-HuG Planet
Both mangas have a very odd male character who behaves weirdly for different reasons and a fermale lead who somehow sort of has to take care of him. Both are very cute stories with really nice art and they're about the same lenght as well. If you liked one you will surely like the other as well.
If you liked
Heavy Object
...then you might like
Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei
Both are exciting reads for me personally because they have a lot of science behind it. So you'll frequently find plenty of technical information in it that makes sense in theory but probably wouldn't work in real life. But then again, since when do we look at real life in manga? ^^
If you liked
Gintama
...then you might like
Oresama Teacher
lots of fights and randomness (oresama teacher is in the modern era though). some romance, mostly comedy+fighting (goes for both)
If you liked
Fruits Basket
...then you might like
Akagami no Shirayuki-hime
Sweet, pure love stories. Both girls must leave home for some reason and end up living with a "prince-type" character (sorta..they have their quirks). Both have fighting, but is not action-packed. For both girls, their parents are out of the picture. Both stories have great, almost enchanting art styles.
If you liked
Hachimitsu to Clover
...then you might like
3-gatsu no Lion
Umino Chica paints a vivid picture of the wonderful characters in both the manga.
While 3 Gatsu is a bit sports (shogi) oriented, HnC is about the lives of 5 art students who are the best of friends. Rei looks like a younger version of Mayama and Nikaidou looks somewhat like Morita.
Both are true gems of the slice of life genre.
If you liked
Umineko no Naku Koro ni - Episode 1: Legend of the Golden Witch
...then you might like
Kagerou Days
Repeating time in order to keep everyone alive and achieve a "Golden Ending" - these are themes of these two mangas.
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