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Manga: Vinland Saga
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Manga: Otoyomegatari
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They are both seinen with a lot of character development, and they both seem to have the same feel to it, altough Vinland Saga has more action and Otoyomegatari is more romance focused.
Manga: Yasashii Sekai no Tsukurikata
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Manga: Horimiya
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Similar pace, theme and art.
Manga: B-Shock
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Manga: Inochi Mijikashi, Koiseyo Furyou Shounen!
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Inochi Mijikashi, Koiseyo Furyou Shounen!
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In both series the main characters have to be near each other or will suffer consequences
Manga: Taiyou no Ie
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Manga: Mahoutsukai no Yome
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Mahoutsukai no Yome
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A lonely girl and a lonely man who takes her in. Romance ironically buds from both couples' efforts in shedding their co-dependence. The heavy inking and Gothic undertone perpetually paints Mahoutsukai no Yome in a shade of melancholy, while hope always feels just around the corner in the warm and tender world of Taiyou no Ie.
Manga: Hirunaka no Ryuusei
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Manga: Ichibanboshi Kirari
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Both are about a high school girl who moves to a big city and has to adjust to a new life/school/friends. During this process she falls in love with her teacher. And of course it becomes a triangle when the second guy comes around.... Sweet and short! Better ending than Hirunaka no Ryuusei....
Manga: Fullmetal Alchemist
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Manga: Magi
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Magi
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The two works address issues political, social and philosophical very smart, both are written by women and the comical scenes of both are sensational, if you like a work doubt very much that would not like of other
Manga: Oumagadoki Doubutsuen
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Manga: Boku no Hero Academia
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If you want to know more comical and simple side of Horikoshi I recommend to you Oumagadoki Doubutsuen
Manga: Kongou Banchou
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Manga: Nanatsu no Taizai
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Nanatsu no Taizai
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Besides being the same author, the two works are also very fun and uncommitted, the two contains great fight scenes and a very good comedy, if you like Nanatsu no taizai with sure you will like of Kongou Bancho
Manga: Real
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Manga: Kokou no Hito
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The two works focus more on feelings and personal problems of his characters than the sport itself, if you liked of Real and are looking to read another work of sports more serious and profound I introduce for you: Kokou no Hito
Manga: Skip Beat!
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Manga: Dengeki Daisy
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Dengeki Daisy
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Kyoko and Teru take no nonsense. They share a certain determination to succeed in their endeavors, and they both have older love interests, as well as bullies who target them. Both Skip Beat! and Dengeki Daisy are long (Skip Beat! Is longer), and are definitely worth watching/reading.
Manga: Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou
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Manga: Kabocha no Bouken
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Kabocha is a lovely read. And so is YKK. Both are more about pictures and pauses rather than action and dialogues. Great examples of slice of life.
Manga: Utsuro no Hako to Zero no Maria
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Manga: Kamisu Reina Series
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Mikage Eiji writes particularly unique novels that delve deep into the psychology of its characters, with both HakoMaria and Kamisu Reina making liberal use of his trademark narrative trickery. Both series are gripping right from the first page, to the point where you'll have difficulty putting it down before reaching the end of any given chapter. They are extremely similar in tone, writing and their target audience. If you liked one, you'll like the other. There's no reason not to check the other one out; they both have fantastic English fan translations.
Manga: Chihayafuru
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Manga: Kuragehime
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It becomes much more apparent later on, but if you liked the themes of one you will probably find something enjoyable in the other. They both are founded on a dream (fashion, kind of, in K and karuta in C) and follow different characters as they face the realities that make achieving their dream difficult. But, they also focus on strong friendships that allow for characters to persevere. There's a lot of self-doubt, and resulting self-exploration. If you liked the characters in one of these manga, here is another point of similarity. The female protagonists are both total geeks who obsess over something that they have an innate skill for, and it awakens their passion for something... I could go on but honestly the point is that they are both hilarious with enough seriousness to even it out and if you liked one you will most likely like the other.
Manga: Fruits Basket
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Manga: Love Sick
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Love Sick
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Big similarities are,
each of the guys have some sort of "curse"
All of the guys love the heroine but in different ways
the heroine has an odd way of looking at things that draws people to her

Big differences are,
The personalities of the main heroines are very different
and the plot line has a few similarities but is mostly different
Manga: Prison School
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Manga: Plastic Neesan
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The sheer nonsense in Prison School and the whole atmosphere are pretty much the same as in Plastic Nee-an. So if you liked Plastic Nee-san and want something similiar, read Prison School you want be disapointed
Manga: Obaka-chan, Koigatariki
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Manga: Marimo no Hana: Saikyou Butouha Shougakusei Densetsu
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Marimo no Hana: Saikyou Butouha Shougakusei Densetsu
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both manga have:
The same type of girl that can fight;
Girls that are cute and naive when it comes to love;
Shoujo genre and the comedic aspects;
Reverse harem.
Manga: D.Gray-man
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Manga: Pandora Hearts
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Both stories start with fragments of the past of the main characters and the story itself. They also hint a lot a things that'll happen in the future, some you only notice after reading them for a second time. In the beginning there are lot of short stories with non-important characters but the development of these stories will make difference as the story goes. Both main characters, Allen and Oz (and Alice, in Pandora Hearts) don't know who they really are, and during the story they'll start discovering about their past and about their true self. Both stories are also full of plot twists, action, deaths and dramatic moments. As soon as the first plot twist start, you can't stop reading!
Manga: Guyver
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Manga: Igyoujin Oniwakamaru
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Both manga focus on a main protagonist that transforms into a powerful humanoid being with another life form merge inside their body. The main protagonist in both manga also must learn how to control their new superhuman abilities by fighting various monster opponents while trying not to lose their humanity. Both are action-packed manga with similar levels of violence, blood and gore. The main difference between the two is that the main protagonist in The Guyver accidentally merges with his powers while the main protagonist in Oniwakamaru was born with another life form merge inside his body. Not to mention that The Guyver is sci-fi while Onimwakamru is horror. If you enjoy one, you should like the other as well.
Manga: Seishun Otome Banchou!
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Manga: Mizutama Honey Boy
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both have strong manly female lead who protect the main guy. every chapter is really hilarious and will hurt ur stomach!

difference- # MHB has girly male lead but SOB has popular male lead
# in MHB, guy falls in love first but in SOB girl falls in love first
Manga: Kore ga Koi to Iu naraba
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Manga: Chikyuu no Owari wa Koi no Hajimari
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female protagonist is living in sister's shadow
main guy is connected to her sister
Manga: Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei
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Manga: Gun x Clover
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Both have overpowered protagonist that initially hid his overpowered skills, and slowly reveals it to the people around him. They also get their harems later on...
Manga: Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari
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Manga: Isekai Shihai no Skill Taker: Zero kara Hajimeru Dorei Harem
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Isekai Shihai no Skill Taker: Zero kara Hajimeru Dorei Harem
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The protagonists are transported to an RPG fantasy world setting, and tries to find a way back home, but as the story progresses, they get attached to living in the fantasy world. They both have overpowered skills right from the get-go, and start to grow even more potentially overpowered. They both use the slave system for party members. Slavery is reliant for trust by protagonists in both settings.

They are both summoned heroes, but both have complete opposite perspectives (Tate no Yuusha protagonist is summoned by royalty, and is antagonized. Isekai Shihai is summoned by a group outside of royalty, and is antagonized.
Manga: Hirunaka no Ryuusei
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Manga: Coffee & Vanilla
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If you were on Team Sensei for Daytime Shooting Star (Hirunaka), you'll definitely enjoy Coffee & Vanilla if you don't mind the vanilla smut. Coffee & Vanilla is a romance between an inexperienced college student and a young-looking, hot business man. Daytime Shooting Star does explore a romance between a high school student and teacher. The male leads are also very sexy and look very similar to each other.
Manga: Mahoutsukai no Yome
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Manga: Somali to Mori no Kamisama
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Both are set in a fantasy world where we follow a "monster" and a young girl.
Manga: Totsukuni no Shoujo
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Totsukuni no Shoujo
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Manga: Somali to Mori no Kamisama
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Both are set in a fantasy world where we follow a "monster" and a young girl.
Manga: Mahoutsukai no Yome
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Mahoutsukai no Yome
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Manga: Totsukuni no Shoujo
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Both are set in a fantasy world where we follow a "monster" and a young girl.
Manga: Torikago Syndrome
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Manga: Bloody†Mary
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Simillarities: Same author, simillar character types, unpredictable plot-twists, simillar relationships The biggest differences lie on the setting, the chapter number (always remember that this manga was planned to be longer but it had to be shorten by the editor's request, so please, don't blame the mangaka for the end) and the really fast-paced end. Bloody Mary is a great manga to read after Torikago Syndrome. And I'd recommend Torikago Syndrome to any Bloody Mary readers as well. Torikago Syndrome and Bloody Mary are the closest works Samamiya Akaza worked on.
Manga: Horimiya
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Horimiya
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Manga: Wotaku ni Koi wa Muzukashii
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They both give you a warm, fuzzy feeling. The characters are so lovable. The couples are so cute.
Manga: Epitaph
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Manga: Fragtime
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If you couldn't get enough of the atmosphere that Epitaph had, I'm sure you'll enjoy Fragtime. Both manga's are about a yuri couple who do strange and supernatrual things together, in Epitaph Astarte and Touwa are "Undertakers" and they deliver the last wishes of the dead to their families, whereas in Fragtime Moritani and Murakami both stop time together for 3 minutes a day and spend it together. Both of these manga have a strong romance aspect and a similar vibe to one another, I can guarantee if you liked one you'll enjoy the other too :)
Manga: Mahou Sensei Negima!
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Manga: O/A
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Both series feature a kind of over the top style of action. The authors of each of these series likes to have fun with highly unrealistic situations all for the sake of a good laugh. You can really appreciate the authors' ability to have fun with the series so I think if you like the comedy of one, you'll like the other.
Manga: Kannagi
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Manga: Kamisama Drop
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MC encounter a goddess and start living together in the same house.
Manga: Higurashi no Naku Koro ni: Onikakushi-hen
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Manga: Ousama Game: Kigen
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Both of these manga are based on events that occur in small isolated villages. The stories follow that of gruesome mysteries concerning the deaths of the villagers. The art of both these manga are full of gore and horrific scenes.
Manga: Fushigi Yuugi
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Manga: Crazy Girl Shin Bia-Ah
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Personally I enjoy fushigi yuugi better, and I love the anime as well. One of the closest mangas that I think have some similarities are these two. I loved crazy girl's manga as well but I think fushigi yuugi is better, anyways,
Both manga involves time travelling girls, romance, some frustrating heart-breaking scenes :(
Manga: Sekai no Chuushin de, Ai wo Sakebu
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Manga: Deep Love: Ayu no Monogatari
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Deep Love: Ayu no Monogatari
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Very tragic and heartbreaking stories about love. One of the main characters has a serious illness and can't go out of the hospital... But they run away from the hospital anyway, with the person they love. Ayu is more dark and has a more complex plot, so it doesn't only focus on the love story, but they both deal with the same issue at some point.
Manga: Kanojo ni Naru Hi: Another
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Manga: Boku Girl
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Both series have similar themes: Both main characters had feminine appearance and obsessed with manliness. Both turned into a girl. Both are involved in a love triangle. Both are having a wavering identity between being a boy or a girl. Both started to develop a romantic feeling to someone. The difference: Kanojo ni Naru Hi Another is a shoujo manga while Boku Girl is a seinen ecchi manga. But I've read them both and I can say this series is the most similar manga to Boku Girl. I felt the same enjoyment that I got from Boku Girl.
Manga: Koe no Katachi
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Manga: Ore no Pantsu ga Nerawareteita.
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In both of these manga the main girl has a disability or quirk about them which makes them undesirable. In Koe no Katachi, Shouko is deaf and communicates with the class via a notebook, this results in her classmates disliking her and bully her around, whereas in Ore no Pantsu ga Nerawareteita, Konomi has a strange genetic quirk in which she obsesses over the underwear of the person she likes, which results in some pretty awkward and funny situations.
Both manga were in my opinion very enjoyable and each set a distinctive atmosphere with likable and unique characters, despite the significantly different feel these manga respectively have.
Manga: Katsubou no Manazashi
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Manga: Mayonaka no Oyatsu
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This is in reference to the second story featured in Katsubou no Manazashi. These two stories invert the common yaoi trope of a small cute uke. The younger, cuter partner grows up a manly-man, and hilarity ensues.
Manga: Ore ni Koishite Dousunda
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Manga: Mayonaka no Oyatsu
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These mangas feature a relationship between an uncle and nephew who meet again after not seeing each other for many years. Ore ni Koi Shite Dousunda is rather grim, while Mayonaka no Oyatsu is very cute and fluffy.
Manga: Natsume Yuujinchou
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Manga: Totsukuni no Shoujo
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Totsukuni no Shoujo and Natsume Yuujinchou are both gentle fantasy series with soft but expressive art styles that help create a strong atmosphere around the story. They both feature endearing, but heartbreaking moments of poignancy and center around themes of loneliness and being unable to connect with other humans.

Both very beautiful series.
Manga: Lucky☆Star
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Manga: Danshi Koukousei no Nichijou
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These mangas are very similar, but Lucky Star is revolved around girls, and Daily lives of Highschool Boys are obviously more on boys, as it hints in the title. If you like comedy, slice of lives, then definitely check these out! The anime adaptations are equally as hilarious and well-executed too, in my opinion.
Manga: Shinya Shokudou
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Manga: Okawari Hanzou
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Food manga about a chef in a small business.
Manga: Neko Ramen
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Manga: Shinya Shokudou
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Both revolve around small stores run by an owner. Neko Ramen is a 4-koma so the pace is more boom boom laugh.
Manga: Ai ga Nakutemo Kutteyukemasu.
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Manga: Dungeon Meshi
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Both have a wacky devotion to food, although Dungeon Meshi is definitely fantasy food you should never eat. ;)
Manga: Bartender
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Manga: Nobunaga no Chef
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Both convey deeper messages through their food or drink.
Manga: Kodoku no Gourmet
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Manga: Oishinbo
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Both are food manga.
Manga: Kodoku no Gourmet
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Manga: Ai ga Nakutemo Kutteyukemasu.
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Both are about visiting restaurants and the characters love to eat.
Manga: Bartender
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Manga: Oishinbo
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Both involve genius types reaching others through food and drink.
Manga: Ai ga Nakutemo Kutteyukemasu.
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Manga: Cooking Papa
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Both are food manga.
Manga: Ai ga Nakutemo Kutteyukemasu.
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Manga: Nobunaga no Chef
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Both are food manga.
Manga: Shinya Shokudou
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Manga: Cooking Papa
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Both are cooking manga. Cooking Papa includes a recipe with each chapter.
Manga: Shinya Shokudou
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Shinya Shokudou
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Manga: Nobunaga no Chef
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More cooking manga fo ryou to enjoy.
Manga: Cooking Papa
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Manga: Nobunaga no Chef
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Nobunaga no Chef
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Both are cooking manga.
Manga: Oishinbo
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Manga: Shinya Shokudou
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Both are great if you like food manga- Shinya Shokudou is more a slice of life dealing with the problems of customers whereas Oishinbo has more drama.
Manga: Oishinbo
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Manga: Cooking Papa
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Cooking Papa has less conflict and includes simple recipes you can use at home, Oishinbo focuses much more on the purity of ingredients.
Manga: Oishinbo
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Manga: Nobunaga no Chef
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If you like cooking manga with explanations of technique, you should like both of these. Oishinbo has more an angsty family backstory while Nobunaga no Chef obviously shows you more Japanese history.
Manga: Master Keaton
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Manga: D-live!!
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Both of manga main character is kinda like a special agent.

Keaton is expertise in special insurance investigator and has a lot of special skill.

Ikaruga is an special agent that has only one skill, riding all kinds of transportation machine just in one click.
Manga: Skip Beat!
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Manga: Glass no Kamen
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Both of the main character want to be an actor. Glass no Kamen is long and kinda slow but worth the while, while Skip Beat is faster and so many things happening. Both of the main characters are both young girls and both of them have big love of acting. They have both flaws and in Glass no Kamen her flaws are bigger but they are both lovable. I love both manga and would own both of them if Glass no Kamen would be in english but they are only so on the internet, sadly.
Manga: En Passant
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Manga: Bungou Stray Dogs
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Hear me out in this, there are similarities between this two that you might like:
1.) Both story involves a SUICIDAL CHARACTER, if you love this type of characters then you have it. Shin Kujuo and Dazai Osamu will give you a enjoyable time with their suicidal antics.
2.) Both main characters somewhat have the negative feelings inside them, doubts to be specific and a past that they don't like at all. However, both main characters have different personalities.
3.) If you're a white-haired lover! hoora!
4.) Despite En Passant has 20 chapters, it had showed action (not the full blast action). However, Bungou Stray Dogs has more action than the En Passant.

Note* This recommendation is if you're looking for a manga that somewhat has a similarity in character not really the plot. Because people are sometimes looking for a character similarity.
Manga: Ao Haru Ride
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Manga: Orange
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Be it a person who isn't there anymore (Orange), or a person who has changed drastically and only partly isn't there anymore (Ao Haru Ride) - they will definitely stir the emotions of their surroundings.
In these two worlds, romantic feelings are a heavy burden to be borne by the heroines. They will discover that it is difficult to recover physical and emotional damage which has already been dealt, trying to repair it in Orange, or to build something completely new in Ao Haru Ride.
Oh, precious youth!
Manga: Ao Haru Ride
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Manga: Country Girl: "TRianThology: Sanmenkyou no Kuni no Alice" yori
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Relationships change, break, or are made. And sometimes, people don't accept that. They will run away, actively hide away their feelings, or chase after the past.
Or all of it, as in Ao Haru Ride and Country Girl.
Either world deals with the inevitable changes which come after the transition from middle school to high school. While Country Girl attempts to restore a group of friends, featuring a uniquely gloomy atmosphere at times, Ao Haru Ride tries to establish a new group, focusing on romantic, fluffy settings.
Two worlds revolving around adolescence, complementing each other in a delicious fashion.
Manga: Sensei Kunshu
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Manga: P to JK
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Both manga feature an older guy (P to JK a police officer and Sensei Kunshu with a Math teacher)

Both manga doesn't have over-exageratted drama about their huge age gap

Both heroines are happy-go-lucky and adorable high school girls

And both are cute slice-of-life romance!
Manga: Fate/Zero
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Manga: Utsuro no Hako to Zero no Maria
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- Kiritsugu and Maria both share the same objective: to make everyone in the world happy;
- Both stories are complex, intricated and have mind blowing plot twists;
- Extremely dark and gruesome;
- Similar genres (Drama, Horror, Psychological)
- Superb characterization;
- Engaging dialogues, philosophy and clash of ideologies;
- Gilgamesh and Daiya are two of the best antagonists ever written;
- (The only bad point:) Predictable endings;
- And both series are not recommended for people with weak stomach oh and did I mention that they're both incontestable masterpieces?
Manga: Sengoku Youko
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Manga: Sanjin Sadou
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Both are written by Satoshi Mizukami, and as such share similar concepts (eg. the 'Fairy Eye' and how it works), a similar style and tone, as well as some minor characters from Sengoku Youko who also appear in Sanjin Sadou.
Manga: W-Juliet
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Manga: Seiyuu Ka!
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Both about acting with gender bender and a sweet romance. :) Really cute! Also has some family troubles. And in both, the girl isn't really considered to be "cute" by others. However, they aren't considered cute for totally different reasons. Read it and you'll see! Definitely worth the time.
Manga: Zetman
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Manga: Kamen Rider Spirits
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Japanese take on your classical American super-hero theme. Expect a lot of twisted monsters, dark moments, blood, torture, collapsing buildings, massacre of civilians and ridiculously cool & flashy transforming super-heroes. Forget everything you've watched in that franchise before - this manga kicks some serious a$$, this is pure seinen (i.e. not for kids).
Manga: Fukufuku Fu-nya~n
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Manga: Nekomichi
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Both slide of life cute cat stories and simple drawing styles.
Manga: UQ Holder!
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Manga: Black Clover
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Both feature hot blooded protagonists who are incompetent when it comes to magic but proficient when it comes to swords. Filled with alot of adventure and we'll rounded characters.
Manga: Shaman King: Flowers
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Manga: UQ Holder!
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Both series of sequels featuring the offspring of the the protagonists from the previous series ( Shaman king and negima) both touta and Hana are trying to make their way in the world and are left without parents.
Manga: Baoh Raihousha
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Manga: Ajin
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Both manga deal with the main protagonist trying to be exterminated by scientists and are being hunted by an evil organization. The main character in both manga also hides their superhuman abilities in public and has a companion to help them escape from evil. Both are action-packed manga with lots of violence and blood. If you liked one, you'd like the other.
Manga: Fella Pure: Mitarashi-san Chi no Jijou
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Manga: Koakuma Kanojo
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Excelent h-scenes, interest story and a very exciting hmanga in general :3
Manga: Savage Garden
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Manga: Song of the Long March
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Gender bender is taken more seriously as both mcs lives depend on it. If you want to avoid those stories where the girl is found out while taking a shower these are for you.
Manga: Beast & Feast
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Manga: Before Daylight Love
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Both mangas feature yakuza themes. There are also some similarities between the interactions of the partners in these mangas, such as jealousy and worrying when the other guy is away.
Manga: Overlord
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Manga: Jashin Average
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Similarities:
- In both of these novels, the protagonist is summoned to a world that follows RPG conventions.
- Both protagonists are incredibly overpowered.
- Both protagonists are seen as the embodiment of Evil due to the powers/roles they're granted.

Differences:
- Jashin Average is much more comedic in tone than Overlord.
- While Momonga embraces his role as the overlord, Anri doesn't want anything to do with her newfound powers of evil.
Manga: Charisma Doll
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Manga: Buddy Go!
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-The main characters are both idols
-When the female lead is in her idol form, she is also hiding her true gender from the public and the male lead
-The male and female lead are rivals in the idol industry
Manga: Death March kara Hajimaru Isekai Kyousoukyoku
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Manga: Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou
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-Transported to another world
-Magic
-Cheat abilities
-RPG-like features
Manga: Ajin
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Manga: Happiness
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Same basic set-up: normal highschool boy is suddenly not-so-human, and has to struggle with the government/people/their own psyche. They both run away with others of their own kind.
Manga: Hug Kiss Akushu
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Manga: Koi ni Nare!
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Both these mangas handle the sensei/student trope in a mature manner.
Manga: Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari
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Manga: Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou
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Main character transported to another world to stop demons, and both characters are looked down upon/bullied
Manga: Hidoku Shinaide
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Manga: Katekyo!
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Both these mangakas have very similar art styles (I actually thought both mangas were drawn by the same artist). The humor is similar as well, and the character interactions and dialogue resemble each other.
Manga: Pandora Hearts
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Manga: A Fairytale for the Demon Lord
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Both stories twist the readers prospective of reality bringing into question their concept of morality. The adventure is packed full of mysteries to be solved in a world where nothing is quite impossible but everything comes a cost.
Manga: Otokonoko ni Toriko
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Manga: Coffee & Vanilla
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same author
same chara design
Both of the heroines are popular
Manga: Kanojo ni Naru Hi
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Manga: Boku Girl
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Both series deal with guy best friends, and suddenly one of them turns into a girl, both are ecchi but boku is more of a comedy where as kanajo is more serious
Manga: Koisuru Sugar Cotton
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Manga: Chiyo-chan no Yomeiri
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Older Female Younger Female relationship

A beautiful & simple story about the life of a teenager through her youth when they fall in love with someone older than them.
Manga: 15-sai
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Manga: Koisuru Sugar Cotton
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Older Female Younger Female relationship

A beautiful & simple story about the life of a teenager through her youth when they fall in love with someone older than them.
Manga: Monster
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Manga: 20th Century Boys
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The two Mangas revolve around pure evil in different ways. They were also both created by the same Mangaka: Naoki Urasawa.
Manga: Umineko no Naku Koro ni - Episode 1: Legend of the Golden Witch
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Manga: Utsuro no Hako to Zero no Maria
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The protagonists of both works find themselves facing off against a supernatural opponent, ones that seem to have endless power that don't reveal themselves to the characters.
Manga: Planetes
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Manga: Kaijuu no Kodomo
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These both have beautiful vistas of two different places that are relatively unknown to humans: outer space and the deep ocean. Both works have a philosophical/mystical outlook about their mysterious settings.
Manga: Orange
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Manga: Country Girl: "TRianThology: Sanmenkyou no Kuni no Alice" yori
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They promised. But sadly, not all promises can be kept. An unfulfilled promise... how much impact will it have on your future? Or on you as a person?

A sad happening causes a group of friends to drift apart. As the protagonists attempt to restore the past, how much trouble will it take for them to succeed? In either world they will deal with regrets and broken relationships, with Country Girl picking up the reconstruction of the past while building a life in the present, as Orange will attempt to fix things that are set in stone on the one hand, and offer the protagonists a live in the here-and-now on the other hand.

Whether to fix a regret or deal with it - these worlds will explore either option.
Manga: Orange
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Manga: Ano Hi Mita Hana no Namae wo Bokutachi wa Mada Shiranai.
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Can regrets be fixed? The past, can it also be fixed?

Tragedy strikes within a group of close friends. While Anohana will focus on changing the present, Orange will show what changes in the past can clear up misunderstandings and regrets existing in the future.
Both worlds are thought-provoking and heartwarming, yet real and heartrending at the same time. If you're looking for thoughts on how to fix your past and present, you have found two wonderful examples!
Manga: Berserk
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Manga: Gantz
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Small fight big, small sometimes win, mostly lose
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