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Manga: Montage
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Manga: Boku dake ga Inai Machi
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The premise of both series aren't alike but they provide a thrilling feel with their storytelling. Their plot development also gets more and more complicated each chapter as events unfold. In essence, the main male protagonist gets caught up in a conflict that he attempts to resolve with difficult circumstances. Their lives also intertwine with dangerous characters including serial killers. Boku dake ga Inai Machi is also known for its supernatural element involving time travel while Montage adapts a suspenseful tale to tell.
Manga: Berserk
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Manga: Übel Blatt
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Ubel Blatt and Berserk takes in place in a fantasy world with mature themes. Both series' main male protagonist embarks on a quest for revenge. Throughout their story, they encounter both allies and enemies. They also improve their own abilities through many battles that tests the limits of their strength. Both series are infamous for their graphic violence to portray the reality of their dark fantasy elements.
Manga: Mushoku Tensei: Isekai Ittara Honki Dasu
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Manga: Douluo Dalu
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The plot of Mushoku Tensei is an exact copy of this one.
Manga: Nisekoi
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Manga: Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso
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shigatsu wa kimi no uso is similar to nisekoi because of its romantic comedy.except for the fact that shigatsu wa kimi no uso is a bit more serious than nisekoi.Then again nisekoi is a shonen romance manga so you cant expect it to be to serious. :3
Manga: Blade of the Immortal
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Manga: Kubikiri Asa
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It is not hard to see how much Samurai Executioner and the works of Kazuo Koike have influenced the gritty portrayal of Japan in Blade of the Immortal. Characters and world building in Blade of the Immortal, despite taking a different perspective than Samurai Executioner share simmilar concepts and ideas. Hiroaki Samura even introduces an indirect reference and tribute to the main character of Samurai Executioner in the third arc of Blade of the Immortal.
Manga: Kozure Ookami
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Manga: Kubikiri Asa
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Both series are very faithful recreations of life in Edo. Characters with great depth, masterfully written episodic tales with historical accuracy, ideals and code of honor in feudal Japan are just some of the common aspects of the series. If you have finished reading one of the series and are looking for something simmilar , this is the perfect manga to start.
Manga: Nukoduke!
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Manga: Neko no Kohana
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They are both a heartwarming story about a man who is living with his humanoid cat.
Manga: Bloody Monday
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Manga: Ousama Game
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Fear! Deception! Mystery! Are you into psychological anime? These are just the ones for you. Ousama game is about the japanese game: Ousama Game. Everyone must do what the ousama(king) tells them to. But what if the Ousama's failure penalty is death?
A virus that kills so many people the night it's released that night is named "the Christmas Massacre". Only two clues as to what it is and how to stop it: the mysterious woman, Maya and the code "Bloody Monday". Fujimaru Takagi, a second year high schooler is asked to decode a file connected to this case. When all goes wrong.
Manga: Shoujo x Shoujo x Shoujo
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Shoujo x Shoujo x Shoujo
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Manga: Natsumitsu x Harem♡
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Natsumitsu x Harem♡
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Same artist. Both hentai manga feature MC returning to his home and having sex with multiple girls.
Manga: Hatsukoi Ribbon.
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Manga: Yuna Hina Twins
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Shares the same artist. If you liked one, you will definitely like the other. These series both include a loli ffm threesome as well.
Manga: I Am a Hero
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Manga: Tokyo Ghoul
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Saying that this manga is similar to Tokyo Ghoul is a spoiler enough. Just go read it to find out more.
Manga: Gantz
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Manga: Tokyo Ghoul
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Similar dark and gory vibe to Tokyo Ghoul, Gantz removes the ghouls, adds aliens, more guns, and maybe a few less dead people. Definitely a good read if you're looking for a lighter, but still dark manga.
Manga: Yuru Yuru
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Manga: Yuyushiki
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Yuyushiki and Yuru Yuru are slice of life series that focuses a lot on the daily livelihood of a group of girls. There is a good amount of comedy that is simple yet effective each chapter. Both series also shares its fun with common day events that is realistic and relatable.
Manga: Shokugeki no Souma
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Manga: Soul Catcher(S)
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Soul Catcher(S) and Shokugeki no Soma are shounen series that have similarity in terms of their competitive atmosphere. Both series takes place in a school life setting where the main character begins a journey. While their motivation and premise are dramatically different, the main character's spirit has a familiar feel. And as we learn more about the main characters, we also see the connections they establish that becomes important to the story.
Manga: Holyland
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Manga: Tokyo Ghoul
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The story is rather different (as the story of Holyland isn't supernatural whatsoever), yet the protagonists are really alike. Both Kamishiro Yuu and Kaneki Ken are gentle and yet, they're capable of being monsters for people they care about. The thoughts of the both protagonists are, in a way, really alike.
Manga: Natsu no Zenjitsu
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Manga: Futari no Renai Shoka
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Both manga are love stories where there is a significant age gap between the (younger) male lead and (older) female lead. In both stories its the characters hobbies/artistic interests which first bring them together, with books being the catalyst in Futari no Renai Shoka and painting in Natsu no Zenjitsu. The male leads in each series are both quite, studious and prone to getting caught up in the female leads pace. The female leads in each are upbeat, mischievous in a cute way and assertive (especially early on). Futari no Renai Shoka is very innocent however compared to Natsu no Zenjitsu which has a number of H scenes.
Manga: Liar Game
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Manga: Real Account
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Liar Game and Real Account are manga series that adapts a survival horror-like game scenario. The main character gets involved in complicated situations that require problem solving skills. Throughout both story, we see them tackle various obstacles that can result in grim consequences if not completed properly. Both series has a lot of plot twists that adds additional complications to each game. Recommended for any fans interested in psychological with survival game elements.
Manga: Hikaru ga Chikyuu ni Ita Koro......
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Manga: Minamoto-kun Monogatari
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Minamoto-kun Monogatari
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Known for its unorthodox nature of romance, both series adapts a story where the MC deals with various girls. (inspired by Genji Monogatari) Throughout their story, the MC encounters a variety of female characters with diverge personalities. Although their premise/motivations are different, there's a similarity where the main protagonist gets close to them with advice from a secondary main character. Both series are known for various relationship developments. Minomoto-kun Monogatari is also infamous with some of its mature content.
Manga: Masamune-kun no Revenge
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Manga: Inugami-san to Sarutobi-kun wa Naka ga Warui.
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Inugami-san to Sarutobi-kun wa Naka ga Warui.
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The main character is pretty much similare to this one.
Childhood occurrences the protagonist wants "revenge" on the girl.
Manga: Ouchi e Kaerou
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Manga: Magnet na Watashitachi
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Both stories feature the protagonists bonding while having to pick up siblings from school/daycare.
Manga: IS: Infinite Stratos
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Manga: Saijaku Muhai no Bahamut
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Both have girls who control mecha and there always a male protagonist that can also pilot one and being the join in a all girl school academy and being the only male attending.

Both are very similar by just those but different in their own right if you like one you might like the other
Manga: Otome Youkai Zakuro
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Manga: Donten ni Warau
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Taking place in a Meiji era, both Donten ni Warau and Otome Youkai Zakuro focuses on a fantasy story with creative storyteling. There is military ethnics that is focused with both series' plot that includes the main characters' roles. The main male protagonist also builds unique connections with others (in Otome Youkai Zakuro, it is with a non-human character). We also learn much about the world the characters are coming from including various background stories. Both series are also known for some bits of romance subplot as their story progresses.
Manga: Nisekoi
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Manga: Hare-Kon.
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Known for their rom-com elements, Nisekoi and Hare-Kon are two series that shares some similar themes. Their storytelling also involves the relationship of the two main leads as well as others that enters that story. Nisekoi is more focused with events from the past that connects with the present storyline along with slice of life elements. Hare-kon adapts more of a mature story that strictly focuses on the MC's relationship with others, in particular the main female protagonist.
Manga: JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 3: Stardust Crusaders
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Manga: Hokuto no Ken
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DO YOU LIKE MUSCULAR MEN (Jotaro, Joseph, Polnareff, Kenshiro, Rei, Raoh, Toki, Souther)? DO YOU LIKE FIGHTING (Stand Battles, Hokuto Shinken)? DO YOU LIKE MEMORABLE CHARACTERS (All of them) ? DO YOU LIKE CRAZY VILLAINS (Dio, Raoh)? DO YOU LIKE GOOD THINGS IN GENERAL (both) ?

READ BOTH OF THESE RIGHT NOW
Manga: Kisshou Tennyo
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Manga: Drug & Drop
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Powerfull families, beautiful murderous women, blood and a dark feeling.

Drug and Drop has some homoerotic relationships, and is a bit more complex than Kisshou Tennyo.
Both are great and unique mature mangas, with beautiful art.
Manga: Aitsu no Daihonmei
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Manga: Sonna Me de Mitekure
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Both are comedy BL/shounen-ai manga who's story centers are the most popular boy in school falling for an unattractive classmate.
Manga: Bonnouji
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Manga: Danna ga Nani wo Itteiru ka Wakaranai Ken
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Danna ga Nani wo Itteiru ka Wakaranai Ken
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Both series are relatively light-hearted romantic comedies that don't really focus much on drama and have very similar art styles. The main couple in both series is also very similar; Ozawa (Bonnouji) and Kaoru (Danna ga Nani...) are both hardworking office-workers who have an extremely cute side that sometimes shows and get pretty tipsy once they're drunk (especially Kaoru); Oyamada (Bonnouji) and Hajime (Danna ga Nani...) also have their share of similarities as both are glasses wearing guys who have strange hobbies and are pretty big dorks.
Manga: Hajime no Ippo
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Manga: Rikudou
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Known for their hardcore nature in the boxing world, Hajime no Ippo and Rikudo crafts a story about fighting and triumph. Both series focuses on a main protagonist who becomes a boxer in the ring. However, they face many obstacles and starts off as an underdog against their adversaries. With time and hard work, they work their way up the ladder and become stronger each chapter. Hajime no Ippo is a very character driven story with its unique ability to tell stories inside the ring. Rikudo also focuses a lot on characterization including some of the grim nature of the main protagonist's background life.
Manga: Drifters
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Manga: Gate: Jieitai Kanochi nite, Kaku Tatakeri
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Gate: Jieitai Kanochi nite, Kaku Tatakeri
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GATE and Drifters has many unorthodox themes that are incorporated as part of their story. For instance, both series involves parallel worlds but combines elements from various time periods. There is fantasy that are also present in both series. And as the story progresses, we learn much more about the characters the MC encounters. Speaking of which, the main main protagonist also have strategic minds and often takes risks during their adventures. Gate is also infamous for its more graphic content and mature themes.
Manga: Taiyou no Ie
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Manga: Last Game
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They're both sweet and the main heroines are confused in both stories about how they feel. The guys are too, but in different ways.
Manga: ReRe Hello
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Manga: Tsubaki-chou Lonely Planet
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Two teenage girls find themselves in a dilemma due to their father's work/debt. The solution? Housekeeping!
Manga: Kaichou wa Maid-sama!
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Manga: Namaikizakari.
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Both of these are romance mangas. The female leads are quite similar to each other. They deny that they are in love and will have an cold heart expression on the face all the time. And the male leads are also similar, they confess their love to them and being super straight forward.
And even if they get shoot down they won't stop. They always have this "cool" face on.
So if you liked one of these your guaranteed to like the other one.
Manga: GTO
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Manga: Aiki
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In GTO they just fight alot not any real martial arts skills like in Aiki that's solely focused on martial arts. They are also both teachers although the protagonist in GTO is a teacher for high school students while in Aiki the protagonist is a teacher for university students.
Both are also fighting a lot and they won't take an insult from anyone. They also have zero respect for others that are mean or being assholes. (Although they can be those assholes sometimes.)
Manga: Aria
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Manga: Non Non Biyori
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Aria and Non Non Biyori are relaxing slice of life shows that can appeal to any audience. They compose of a main female cast with a diverse range of personalities. Throughout both series, we see their character relationships as well as they way they enjoy life. Aria is also known for its well-defined world fiction and elegance. Non Non Biyori depicts every day life events with a strong degree of realism and nostalgia.
Manga: Arachnid
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Manga: Terra Formars
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Terra Formars and Arcahnid has unorthodox ideas involving species that are non-human. However, there's a similarity that both series share - the creatures in their story has insectoid traits. While their settings are different, there is the survival horror theme as the story evolves. The main characters gets into conflicts with a variety of the creatures they encounter while maintaining struggle to survive.
Manga: Oyasumi Punpun
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Manga: I Am a Hero
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Sort of difficult to explain the correlation between these but I feel that the atmosphere and some of the story telling aspects are mirrors of one another
Manga: Gantz
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Manga: I Am a Hero
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Both Mangas are very dark, mature, bloody, violent, horrific, and all things that make a good seinen. They both have the premise of fighting to survive, aliens and Zombies with the latter. They also are similar in that later in their stories they things become extremely grandiose in scale and that affects humanity on an existential level. Though they both possess a similar tone, they differ greatly in approach with characterization . As Gantz is more of the cliche cool/bad ass guy that kills everything with his friends, while I am a Hero follows a guy the opposite, being delusional, socially awkward and a bit of a pacifist in a world outbroken by zombies.
Manga: Hunter x Hunter
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Manga: Tegami Bachi
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Both manga series' star a 12 year-old boy who joins a large organization in hopes of finding his parent (Ging in HxH, Lag's mother in Tegami Bachi). These manga also have adventure, plenty of likeable characters, unique fantasy settings, and nice world-building that makes their worlds even more interesting.
Manga: I Am a Hero
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Manga: Gakkou Gurashi!
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Very similar in feel in both manga in the sense of the zombie apocalypse. Both manga feel extremely bleak, fighting hard to survive as all of society has crumbled. They differ from School-Live being a moe/light-hearted at times and I am a Hero being a more realistic and bonafide horror/survival manga.
Manga: Nisekoi
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Manga: Horimiya
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Ever imagine what it would be like if Nisekoi wasn't a harem filled with misunderstandings? Do you like romantic progression in a story? Have you wondered what would happen if Raku wasn't so clueless and became a nonchalant male lead? Well if you've thought about any of these while reading Nisekoi, Horimiya is right for you.

Both series are episodic and the comedy is very similar. However, the romance is portrayed very differently.
Manga: Aiki
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Manga: Dragons Rioting
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They are both martial arts master and they are always surrounded by girls 24/7. Although their personality's are completely different everything is else is pretty much similar. In Aiki he goes to university but in Dragons R he goes to high school. So they have big age difference but if you liked one of them you'll properly like the other one too.
Manga: Gun x Clover
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Manga: Dragons Rioting
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Well, first of all both of them has a lot of fan service. And the protagonist is very strong compared to everyone else and they both have their own harem of girls. The only diffrence beetwen is that in Dragons Rioting the use only their fist and sometimes knives but in Gun x Clover they use all sorts of weapons. All from machine guns to tanks.
Manga: Wallaby
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Manga: Plant∞Plan
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Both plots are different but the genre and the feel at the end is same. Both are light and happy mangas.
Manga: Maou no Hajimekata
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Manga: Isekai Maou to Shoukan Shoujo no Dorei Majutsu
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Isekai Maou to Shoukan Shoujo no Dorei Majutsu
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Both manga have a main character is a badass demon king dude, "harem" element and happen in a fantasy world. However, Maou no Hajimekata is more ecchi and has quite lot "smut scence".
Manga: 3-gatsu no Lion
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Manga: Kono Oto Tomare!
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Known for its drama and slice of life moments, both series crafts a story of youth and talent. There is a good amount of characterization presented in both series especially with their personalities and roles. Talent is also strongly emphasized with the characters' skills in what they pursue. Throughout their story, we also witness developing character relationships that is relatable and realistic. And while they follow a different interest, there is a bit of competition when it comes to ability.
Manga: Shut Hell
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Manga: Kingdom
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Kingdom and Shut Hell depicts a setting where there is war and conflicts. Many of its characters are warriors with fighting skills that are shown on the battlefield. Among these characters include a young man with a strong ambition. Both series depicts violence that shows the reality of a warrior. There is also themes of revenge in both series with historical fiction setting.
Manga: Tasogare Otome x Amnesia
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Manga: Sankarea
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Both are really good supernatural/romance/drama with really beautifull main heroines both of them being pale and raven-haired and both with a satisfying ending
Manga: Majeh
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Manga: The Sword of Emperor
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Well first of all they are both martial arts manhwa's and they are both really strong from the start. They also get a lot stronger as times pass. They also have kind of similar personality's, they consider themselves to be more important than everyone and won't take an insult from anyone. If they do get insulted all hell will break loose.
Manga: Id
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Manga: The Sword of Emperor
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Well first of all they are both martial arts manhwa's and both protagonist's are INSANELY strong from the first four chapters. And they are also considered really beautiful in their world so any woman will fall for them.
Although in Id the MC is more nice and caring while in Sword of Emperor he is more ruthless and won't take an insult from anyone.
Manga: Douluo Dalu
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Manga: Re:Monster
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Well as a starter both protagonist are reincarnated in a new world. While both are fantasy, Douluo Dalu is more of a martial arts manhua while Re:Monster is more of a fighting mahua, no real techniques. Both of these also have the rule of 'Survival of the Fittest' since if you are weak in their world you have to obey the strong. Both protagonist would also be called either OP or geniuses, since they get strong so incredible fast.
Manga: Kiniro Mosaic
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Manga: Yuru Yuru
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Yuru Yuru and Kiniro Mosaic are simple slice of life series that portrays every day life events with elegance. The cast mainly composes of female characters but with a diverge range of personalities. Both series has great comedy as we see how they spend their time together while making the most of their lives.
Manga: City Hunter
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Manga: Kyou kara Hitman
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The mc's of these seinens are known for their talent with a gun, as well as a certain uh physical trait they have in common that they are infamous for, one of them has the street name Dual Pistols if that tells you. Both mc's are both also on the perverted side. The personalities of the mc's and the guy being teamed for work with a female partner are also similar. These are a good for readers who enjoy mature seinen manga with plenty of action, crime and eechi.
Manga: BaggataWay
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Manga: Cross Manage
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BaggataWay and Cross Manage focuses on teamwork and the competitive play of lacrosse. As such, expect plenty of game mechanics that is focused in the story. Both series' main female protagonist also have strong wills as they strive to become a better player. Their relationships with others ranges from friendships, rivalries, and bittersweet. Both series also balances comedy well in terms of storytelling.
Manga: Douluo Dalu
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Manga: Overlord
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Both have super OP main characters and both are set on different worlds, they both favour action and just plain awesomeness over romance and other hindrances (a great read if you want a break from reality)
Manga: Coelacanth
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Manga: Mayonaka no Ariadne
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Looking for dark, psychological shoujo with mystery and romance? Coelacanth and Mayonaka no Ariadne, both by Shimotsuki Kayoko, provide just that with two vastly different heroines that encounter mysterious young men and become involved in worlds more dangerous than they expected. In Coelacanth, the story is more psychologically driven as the heroine deals with a troubled family life and hallucinations while becoming caught up in a murder investigation and a past event that has haunted more than one person for a decade. In Mayonaka no Ariadne, the heroine reunites with a childhood friend and inadvertently gets caught in a web of lies and truth about an underground world she never knew existed until now. Full of danger, romance, angst, and suspense, readers will be drawn into the heroines' journeys as they try to make sense of everything while dealing with life and love on the way.
Manga: Groove Adventure Rave
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Manga: Nanatsu no Taizai
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Nanatsu no Taizai
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Boy meets girl, they start traveling together, they meet other friends who join their group along the way. Magic, sword fights, hinted romance between said boy and girl. I could go on, but just know if you like Nanatsu no Taizai, you'll enjoy Rave as well.
Manga: Hunter x Hunter
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Manga: Boku no Hero Academia
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Both begin following a very similar storyline. The main protagonists are young, determined and very bright characters in general (both also have green hair!). Both have a wide range of charismatic characters. Both contain epic battles and action you'd expect to see in a shounen series.
Manga: Fruits Basket
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Manga: Dear Waltz
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The main female characters are very similar. Tohru and Mi-hyang are kind-hearted and they live with people who aren't their relatives. Mi-hyung lives with Seh-gyum who has a personality similar to Kyo and there is Seh-hyn who is like Yuki.The atmosphere in Dear Waltz is heavy from the start and Fruit Basket gets darker in the 2nd half. Both manga have characters with tragic backgrounds.
Manga: Kiss yori mo Hayaku
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Manga: Mikami-sensei no Aishikata
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Mikami-sensei no Aishikata
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-Both are based on romantic relationship between teacher and student -In both series the teachers have similar characteristics. They love teasing the girls and try to act lovey-dovey with them, very protective of them, get jealous when the girls are around other boys -The main female protagonists are also very similar. They try their hardest to hide their relationships with their teachers in school, try to push away the teachers when they get too close, shows their love at times but also act like tsundere sometimes -Both manga contain lots of sweet, intimate moments -In both series the younger brothers appear all of a sudden and get involved with the story
Manga: Buyuden
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Manga: Hinomaru-Zumou
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Although they follow the premise of different sports, both series adapts a story about an underdog character who follows their dreams with a strong sense of determination. The main themes of both series involves an ambitious goal. And throughout their story, we see how much the main character improves. Both series has decent amount of action and mechanics that relates to their sport. In Buyuden, there is also sparks of romance that develops later on in the story.
Manga: Yesterday wo Utatte
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Yesterday wo Utatte
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Manga: Sayonara Piano Sonata
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Sayonara Piano Sonata
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Sayonara Piano Sonata and Yesterday wo Utatte tells of a story with heavy characterization and relationship developments. In essence, the main female protagonist connects with the main male character although their progress is slow. Throughout their story, we learn much more about their personality, background, and roles. There's also evident romance that develops although the pacing doesn't pick up until later on. Both series adapts drama with a melancholic tone while maintaining a balance of comedy and realism. Sayonara Piano Sonata is also noticeable for its additional element of music.
Manga: Beelzebub
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Manga: Hataraku Maousama!
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Beelzebub and Hataraku Maou-sama! are known for their comedy gags and action that takes place in a modern life setting. Both series' main protagonists has unique origins that grants them ability to fight against their rivals. Throughout both series, they get into conflicts with other characters that puts their daily life style on hazards. At the same time, we see their relationship development with various others, especially with the main female character. Both series' main female protagonist have strong wills and commands a presence with their personality. They do show a soft side occasionally towards others though and throughout both series' story, we also learn more about their background origins.
Manga: Arisa
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Manga: Iris Zero
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They're both mystery orientated, though Arisa is more focused on only one big mystery while Iris Zero has little subarcs. And while both have intense, slightly confusing feelings, the reason that causes them is slightly different. The main characters have huge contrasts between them, and yet they're incredibly similar.
Manga: B.O.D.Y.
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Manga: Ao Haru Ride
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Both manga have the same plot. On and off again boy and girl, they love each other but cant convey their feelings. I personally like the way B.O.D.Y. handles the cliche more so than the way Ao Haru Ride does, but that's just preference. So if you've read and liked one of these manga the other would be a great next read!
Manga: Overlord
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Manga: Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
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Both were transferred in a fantasy world as a monster and step-by-step reigns over clans and kingdoms. Overlord is based on a character getting stuck in a game as a skeleton mage while Tensei shitara is based on a character getting killed and reincarnated as a slime.
Manga: Can't See Can't Hear But Love
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Manga: My Young Cat and My Old Dog
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Look at the world from the animals' perspectives and prepare yourself for a ride on the feels train. In "My Young Cat and My Old Dog" most of the stories are told by the perspectives of the household pets, while in "Can't See Can't Hear But Love" 43rd chapter is the start of the Arc of Mong, the old man's pet dog.

These two webtoons have their own cute and heartwrenching moments that will make you think, and change the way you look at things.
Manga: Koko ni Iru yo!
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Manga: Kimi ni Todoke
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Very sweet and fluffy romance. A not-so-popular shy girl with the outgoing-popular guys.
Manga: Crazy for You
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Manga: Nanoka no Kare
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If you like traditional shoujo romances like Crazy for You, I think you will like Nanoka no Kare. The male lead in Crazy for You is a playboy, while neither of the guys is that in Nanoka no Kare are that but one has a bad boy vibe. The female lead mets the guy and falls for him although the set ups of how she meets the guys are very different. Also the patterns of the relationships are different, but each has similar shoujo elements. Each girl also goes out with another guy for a while. There are triangles and breakups and drama in both of these shoujos and these are series. Crazy for You is a complete shoujo from several years back while Nanoka no Kare is an ongoing one and already longer than the first. Nanoka no Kare is one of the better ones with this type of story for fans to enjoy.
Manga: Strobe Edge
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Manga: Nanoka no Kare
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If you liked Strobe Edge you should check out Nanoka no Kare and I think you will find it even better. The girls in each go after the guy she likes, but the female lead in Nanoka is a strong straightforward sort of girl and I liked her better as a heroine in many ways, while the female lead in Stobe Edge also really wants to win the guy. They each feature drama, and romance and triangles, with breakups. The male leads are more competitive in Nanoka no Kare. If you liked the story in Stobe Edge you will probably like Nanoka no Kare and I think you will like the female lead more. The guys in Nanoka no Kare are well drawn and appealing to shoujo fans.
Manga: Mousugu Shinu Hito
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Manga: Psycome
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Basically, if you like yandere characters and/or are interested in reading something with a yandere harem or love triangle, then I would recommend either of these. Mousugu Shinu Hito is more of a mystery/horror series with the yandere characters as a bonus while PsyCome is more like a RomCom with a yandere harem and a few psychological moments. Both series have incredibly attractive yandere girls so I'm sure you'll enjoy either of these if you are into yandere(s)
Manga: Devilman
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Manga: Shin Mazinger Zero
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These are manga created by Go Nagai carrying a similar dark tone where our heroes lose their humanity to protect the world and its people. In my opinion, out of all the Mazinger Z series Shin Mazinger Zero is Devilman's equal.
Manga: Kaichou wa Maid-sama!
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Manga: Himitsu no Ai-chan
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-Both mangas have strong female leads.
-Both heroines have a part-time job that involves cosplay or a "secret life"
-Both male leads are popular and handsome
-Both males don't have any interest with girls except the heroine

Overall, they're both great mangas!!!!!!!!
Manga: Gangsta.
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Manga: Area D: Inou Ryouiki
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Looking for a series taking place in a dark and unruly world , then you're in luck. Gangsta and Area D: Inou Ryouiki with stories of characters with their dark and painful past who have to survive in an urban environment where there is violence and discrimination with humans and mutants. Mutants considered as monsters by humans for just existing, factions controlling the urban area before it goes to chaos while all desire total power but one desiring chaos. All I have to say is to enjoy the turbulence of faction fighting in the urban environment where the main characters have to survive and live in this unforgiving hell hole.
Manga: Usotsuki Paradox
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Manga: Femme Fatale: Unmei no Onna
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Woman in a relationship with wavering feelings and a male peer with whom she shares an intimate relationship. The protagonist wants said woman for himself but it cannot be because of her existing relationship. Lustful desires also lead to further complications.
Manga: Saiki Kusuo no Ψ Nan
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Manga: Sakamoto desu ga?
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Both manga has a main character that is pretty much close to a god among the humans. Sakamoto and Saiki both deal with situations that seems to be so serious in their cases, and the solutions they come up with are so over the top to deal perfectly with the situation, which in turn creates a serious humor that makes the readers laugh.
Manga: Sekirei
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Manga: Isuca
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Both are action ecchi manga dealing with master-servant relationships between one male lead and a lot of girls living with him. They share quite a lot of similar themes, like, overprotective male character, girls gaining powers through a kiss, sudden nudity, etc. Another notable thing is that the setting isn't in school, but in the mansion and its outskirts.
Manga: Zetman
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Manga: Keyman: The Hand of Judgement
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Zetman and Keyman takes place in an urban setting with dark fantasy elements. Both series has a protagonist who portrays a hero yet gets into complicated affairs that becomes a mystery in their perspective story. As their plot progresses, the mysteries thickens related to other characters that are involved. Both series are also infamous for graphic violence and horror nature expressed by the various creatures that make their presence in the city.
Manga: Aria
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Manga: Kotonoba Drive
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Aria and Kotonoba Drive expresses the themes of slice of life with a fine degree of elegance. While they don't have complex story plot twists, they make it up with its colorful cast of characters. They also portray every day life activities with its wonderful world fiction. Both series are recommended for anyone who is interested in reading a slow-pacing and elegant story.
Manga: Sundome
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Manga: Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso
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From the start of both of these manga it is kind of obvious that the main character is chasing a girl that they can't be with. Sundome is much more "adult", and "niche", and Your Lie In April is much more tame in the department of, well, everything. The both of them have fantastic character development, though, and I couldn't stop thinking of kurumi, of Sundome, everytime i saw kaori, of Your Lie In April. The way they tease the protagonist and try to hide what might hurt them is extremely similar, except the fact that in Sundome, it's more of a sexual teasing.
Manga: Basara
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Manga: Crystal Dragon
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Both started with the village being destroyed by the enemy. In Crystal Dragon, the main female character was a druid apprentice. While in Basara, the main female took the role of her twin brother. Both girls went on an adventure to take revenge/ fulfill their "destiny", and got into some romance with the main antagonist (aka their enemy). Story-telling style is similar: both have a mystical air.
Manga: Watashi ga Motenai no wa Dou Kangaete mo Omaera ga Warui!
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Manga: Hitoribocchi no ○○ Seikatsu
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Socially awkward female main characters. Hitoribocchi has cuter awkwardness than WataMote but both are equally funny and enjoyable (if you can handle the occasional sympathy cringe).
Manga: Bokkou
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Manga: Historie
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Both manga go into detail of military strategy and tactics and how it developed in the early days of our civilization. They both show just how much thinking went into every battle back in the days when technology was limited to the simplest tools and materials.

Both manga feature realistic battles, where you won't find a loud charismatic main character leading his soldiers to victory by plot armour alone. Battles in both manga are full of struggle and uncertainty.

Both manga serve as a good history lesson, the kind you would hardly find in a classrom.
Manga: Ao Haru Ride
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Manga: Bye-bye Mitsubari
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Similarities
- A girl and a boy who used to know each other when they were young meet again after 10 years
- Similar silly atmosphere (although Ao Haru Ride was more serious and sad at times)
- The guy can be a bit immature sometimes, but there are moments when he shows a lot of care

Differences
- This manga is incredibly short-lived
- This is more light-hearted and cutesy
Manga: Boukyaku no Haou Rolan
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Manga: Akatsuki no Yona
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Both manga have a princess and her guardian who run away from the castle. Moreover, in these manga the princess and her guardian ask help to someone who has magic powers.
Manga: Gamble Fish
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Manga: Kakegurui
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Both series adapts the concept of gambling as part of its story. And in order to survive, they must develop strategies and take risks. There is a distinctive amount of psychological twists that involves both series' story. Additionally, the risks of gambling deals with more than just money on the line. Known for their more mature themes, both series are recommended for anyone seeking for a thrill in their story involving gambling.
Manga: Hayate no Gotoku!
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Manga: Mayo Chiki!
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Mayo Chiki and Hayate no Gotoku has some similarities including their comedy gags. Both series involves butlers with the main protagonists. Additionally, they focus on relationships with some diversity. Comedy is consistently present in both series and romance develops later on as well as the story progresses.
Manga: Afterschool War Activities
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Manga: Gojikanme no Sensou
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Both of these stories are quite similiar where an unknown party invades Earth and the youth are drafted into the military to fight.
Manga: Kuragehime
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Manga: Koudai-ke no Hitobito
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If you like the comedy in Kuragehime (Princess Jellyfish) - I would recommend Koudai-ke no Hitobito. -First off - they both have top rate humor. Their art is great, distinct and along a similar vein. The characters, their antics, and oddball traits really make these manga shine - they don't focus just on the mc's - these mangakas really develop a full cast of unique funny side characters, families and backstories for your entertainment. They each feature romance between a socially awkward odd young woman and a handsome guy - however, If you are tired of standard settings and school romance and want something different try these. The guys are attracted to the girls for things very different from looks, they like their imaginations, minds and creativity. In Kuragehime the heroine draws jellyfish while in Koudai-ke the heroine has an imagination where she pictures things out of fairy tales. A difference between them would be Kuragehime features gender-bending while Koudai does not. These pro mangakas give us character development, plot, depth and heart within comedy that is more than surface giggles. Oh and they are really funny! I would recommend these to all audiences - they are true gems.
Manga: Beelzebub
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Manga: One Punch-Man
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they both have great humor, a incredibly over-powerd MC.
the execution of the story/arcs are simmilar both Oga and Saitama waits for the antagonist finish boasting before they kick the aforementioned atagonist's ass
Manga: Prison School
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Manga: Girls of the Wild's
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It has the same idea as Girls of the Wild's except much more sexual and ecchi. The art is similar and at the same quality as Girls of the Wild's. Another shared idea is that the main character (Kiyoshi) from Prison School has multiple girls who are in a relationship with him.
Manga: Watashi ni xx Shinasai!
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Manga: Usotsuki Ouji to Nisemono Kanojo
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Apart from the beautiful art, both our main heroines fall in love under 'special circumstances'. The story goes on to unveil hidden secrets to unlock the emotions our heroines are trying to hide.
Manga: Me wo Tojite 3-byou
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Manga: Blue Sky Complex
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Two boys, friends, falling in love with each other. The stories are probably not too similar, but the feels definitely are. Both are heartfelt, slow, honest stories of real characters.
Manga: Douluo Dalu
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Manga: Fights Break Sphere
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Both works have similar themes of an RPG, a level system, martial arts, clans and etc... Along with both artworks using similarly art styles.
Manga: Oretama
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Manga: Brandish
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Well since this is my first recommendation, i will make it quick.

-Both have succubus/Demon as lover and they are quite childish.
-The romance is very similar.
-The story is going in the same direction since Brandish is a vanilla.
-Both are silly and funny.
Manga: Mx0
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Manga: Rosario to Vampire
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Both protagonists enter a supernatural school.
Monster school for Rosario to Vampire.
Magic school for Mx0.
They are both powerless.
Rosario to Vampire is a harem manga while Mx0 isn't. (dissimilarity)
The girl lead is far powerfull then the Protagonist, and is in love with him. (I know cliché...)
If you like Rosario to Vampire the you'll surely like Mx0. (vice-versa)
Manga: Shingeki no Kyojin
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Manga: Owari no Seraph
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Both begin with Eren/Yuu essentially unable to enter the 'outside world', yet they yearn to. Something happens that leads both characters through very similar struggles. Eren wishes to kill all the titans/Yuu wishes to kill all the vampires.

However, both take very different turns after this stage -- there are still probably more similarities that could be drawn between the two, yet they remain individual and each deserve a read.
Manga: Kenkou Zenrakei Suieibu Umishou
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Manga: High School DxD
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Both are ecchi with loveable characters. The story's differ drastically however they both make an enjoyable read.
Manga: Houseki no Kuni
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Manga: World Trigger
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If you're looking for some sci-fi, then Houseki no Kuni and World Trigger will definitely inspire you with some of its imaginativity. Both series includes a theme of invasion from outside forces. And from that invasion, there is battles and wars that are fought. Both series has fantasy elements as well as bits of mystery especially in regards with the invaders.
Manga: Horimiya
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Manga: 3D Kanojo
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3D Kanojo and Hormiya are like your everyday drama stories with realism, humor, and even bits of romance. They explore youth in a school life setting as well as situations that many people may experience in real life. Until of course, the main female protagonist meet a guy that really brings out the best from them. The relationship connections of both series are developed well and in general, we see their progress each chapter. Both series also deals with certain social affairs with a clever way of storytelling.
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