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Manga: Hunter x Hunter
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Manga: Boku no Hero Academia
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Both shonen have a diverse cast of characters with unique abilities and focus on combat and fast pace. BNHA is more childish in its themes and more easygoing while HxH is deeper and more serious. HxH has more at stake and is cleverer, though BNHA has its moments of cleverness too and has some moments of tension.

Both have a good mixture of plot and characterization.
Manga: Hikaru no Go
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Manga: Chihayafuru
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Both tell the story of someone who learns of a game and lets that passion envelop and give meaning to their life. Both show characters who become very meaningfully invested in the acitivity they pursue and learn and grow with friends as they do so. Both also have a nice cast of side characters and show the MCs moving toward an ultimate goal (for Chihaya, it is to become Queen while for Hikaru it is to reach Akira/Sai)

The difference is Chihayafuru is josei and geared to females a bit more with a female lead. It also has romance, which is absent in Hikaru no Go. HnG is shonen and features a young male protagonist, and it focuses a bit more on his growth through adolescene (though Chihayafuru does this too).
Manga: Fairy Tail
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Manga: The Breaker
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Both have hot girls
Manga: Ajin
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Manga: Fire Punch
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Undying characters trying to kill each other in creative ways, nice art, and well fleshed-out characters from the very beginning. Fire Punch is more humorous in its random obscenity.
Manga: Id
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Manga: The New Gate
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The New Gate is a game come true but Id is rather about someone from a korean country ending up in a different world. Both graphic novels have a strong main character, in martial arts/swordsmanship/etc. And they travel to find a way back home.
Manga: Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
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Manga: Koushaku Reijou no Tashinami
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The development of each novel's protagonist is around the same. In Koushaku Reijou, a woman awakens as a character from one of the otome games she had played before; however, being the antagonist of the game, she decides to strive for a happy ending instead of the known defeat. The story goes through the changes she makes to her father's fief, while applying her knowledge in business and (modern) societal laws. Likewise, Tensei Shitara Slime Datta goes through the development of a "monster's city" that was built by the male reincarnate from our society, who now has the body of a slime (the monster you see in rpgs). He will start from scratch to build his kingdom, whereas in Koushaku Reijou, the protagonist improves the living of the people already under her family's rule.
Manga: Dagashi Kashi
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Manga: Tejina-senpai
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Both have unique girls that are obsessed about something (magic/sweets). The guy gets roped in due to their good looks. Hilarity ensues.
Manga: New Game!
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Manga: Yuzumori-san
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Comedic story with loli characters. Both are are great readthroughs if you enjoy slice-of-life and comedy genre. While Yuzumori-san is a Shoujo-Ai, New Game also has yuri undertones! Yuzumori-san is a more romantic version of New Game!
Manga: Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou
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Manga: Otoyomegatari
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Both are a slice of life in a unique setting with stunning artwork and pleasant characters. The female leads of Amira and Alpha are both outgoing and adventurous women with compassionate hearts and a love of life. While Otoymegatari focuses almost exclusively on romance, Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou does have some hints of romance every now and then, and, like Otoyomegatari, it has a younger boy/older female "couple".
Manga: Yasashii Sekai no Tsukurikata
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Manga: Denpa Kyoushi
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Both are about genius researcher who's being a teacher. He privately help his students to confront their life problems. Both have some subtle-harem situation and light-hearted school settings. Denpa Kyoushi is more sol-comedy oriented, while Yasashii Sekai is more romcom-drama oriented
Manga: Doukyuusei
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Manga: B.S.S.M.
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High school setting

Both atmospheric and introspective. "Slice of life"

Both stories don't really concentrate on the fact that 'they're both boys' but on instead their relationship.

Beautiful, unique art styles

Both have one sensitive troubled character and one more extroverted character.

Both are really sweet.
Manga: Komori-san wa Kotowarenai!
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Manga: Tonari no Nanige-san
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- Both story is about MC who like helping people..
- Both is 4-koma manga
- Both have a light romance, but in Komori-san romance is sweet, and in Nanige-san romance more a comedical.
Manga: Junjou Drop
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Manga: Kimi ni Koishite Ii desu ka.
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- The Male protagonist have a demon face alike
- The Male protagonist doesnt have friend because his face
- both of manga is light hearted story
Manga: Aphorism
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Manga: Bokutachi no Ikita Riyuu
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Similar the way the students fight to survive and to find the truth.
- main character has something to do with the events that has happened around them
Manga: Kozure Ookami
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Manga: Golgo 13
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The story of both the manga, their presentation style and drama are almost identical. Made by the same mangaka, set in different time periods they both involve a man---- an Assasin for hire. The assasin never fails, not much is known about him and all those who duel him meet the same end.
Manga: Gantz
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Manga: Otogi Matsuri
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Group of people get special powers in order to fight aliens/demons. All characters have their own more or less tragic backstories. Both titles have lots of blood, gore and deaths. Gantz is little more mature
Manga: Work In
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Manga: Only You, Only
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Homosexuality is something that is still hard to fathom as socially acceptable, especially if you are someone with a bright career. With a gay protagonist engulfed in rumours of his sexuality falls for a straight man with a future already intact, Suzuki Tsuta and Asou Mitsuaki tackle this issue through their respective series with finesse, as each of the couple overcome the hardships of being unable to freely express their love in fear of discrimination, disappointment, and regret.
Manga: Mushoku Tensei: Isekai Ittara Honki Dasu
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Manga: Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou
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1) Both protagonist was a otaku in his previus life
2) Both protagonist is transported to another world
Manga: Mondaiji-tachi ga Isekai kara Kuru Sou desu yo?
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Manga: Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou
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1) The protagonist is transported to another world
2) The protagonist is overpowered
3) Both LN have a bunny girl
Manga: Room 303
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Manga: Torikago no Tsugai
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A group of students enter a rumour-filled, mysterious place in search for their missing friend.
Manga: Tonari no Seki-kun
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Manga: Kono Bijutsubu ni wa Mondai ga Aru!
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Both involves a girl trying to stop the male protagonist's nonsense during school hours.
Manga: Dorohedoro
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Manga: Voynich Hotel
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Both are excellent drama with multiple threads of group images.
Both are fill of violence, bloody scenes and black humors.
Manga: Utsuro no Hako to Zero no Maria
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Manga: Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu
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You enjoy time-travel with endless repetition of a certain event that the protagonist tries to change? If you enjoy the struggle followed by twists, strong protagonists, very well written pieces, good artwork then you just found two novels that share that. And both have "zero" in the title, which means you'll see them re-start a lot until you can feel sympathy for the protagonists while the story induces you into a "want to read more" to see what comes next.
Manga: Hikaru no Go
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Manga: Mononofu
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Both stories feature main characters that are new to the game of Go and Shogi respectively as they grow bit by bit throughout the series. Go and Shogi are both very similar board games from Japan, so the concepts of both series are very alike.
Manga: Skip Beat!
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Manga: Idol Clubs
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Siimilar involving entertainment industry and how they try to enter into it for a guy
Manga: Alice 19th
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Manga: QQ Sweeper
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These two fantasy series are about battling the darkness born from people's negative thoughts and malice.
They enter people's hearts/minds and cleanse the filth and darkness that entraps them: Alice 19th through the power of Lotis Words and QQ Sweeper through cleaning.
Both series also have a budding romance between the main leads.
Manga: RG Veda
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Manga: Akame ga Kill!
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People die when they are Killed
Manga: Prunus Girl
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Manga: Usotsuki Lily
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Both pretty great manga, about dealing with the "inner self" though Usotsuki Lily is much more heavy on the lgbt. I do prefer the latter, though.
Manga: Sara no Ue no Kanojo
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Manga: Niehime to Kemono no Ou
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Both main girls are sacrifices that dont mind being eaten cause they were raised to be the sacrifice. But then the beast has different plans.
Manga: Saiki Kusuo no Ψ-nan
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Manga: Samon-kun wa Summoner
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Both manga are comedy manga about a character who is slightly different to usual (A Psychic, and a Summoner) In there everyday school life as they interact with various characters who are extremely unique to each other.
Manga: Only Sense Online
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Manga: Zettai ni Hatarakitakunai Dungeon Master ga Damin wo Musaboru made
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Mmorpg features-magic
Manga: Spicy Pink
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Manga: Billionaire Girl
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Both manga focus on a working woman who does not need a man to depend on. Both have little dating experience. The biggest difference is that in Billionaire Girl the guy is a rather poor university student and in Spicy Pink the guy is a successful plastic surgeon.
Manga: Doubt
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Manga: Ibitsu
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Both somewhat involve "games" that contribute to the main plot of the story. (Granted Ibitsu's "game" is more along the lines of an urban legend, but you still have to answer a question in a somewhat "horror game right or wrong type spiel" so I'm gonna count it.) Both titles love to horrifize (That's not a real word, but you get what I'm saying.) cute animals, throw in a yandere or two, and really give hell to the poor main character.
Manga: Munakata Kyouju Denkikou
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Manga: Youkai Hunter
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The main characters are both professors who investigate strange theories about Japanese myths. They are both ostracized for their odd beliefs. There are a lot of folklore facts in both manga.
Manga: Munakata Kyouju Denkikou
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Manga: Ankoku Shinwa
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There is a lot in both about ancient folklore in Japan, particularly the Jomon period. A lot of interesting facts are given, making both manga rather wordy but interesting. The characters explore caves in both, and awaken long forgotten mythical creatures.
Manga: Kami nomi zo Shiru Sekai
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Manga: Hatsukoi Zombie
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Both mangas revolve around a student that can see a cute girl and gets involved in a cupid-like trama. While in kami nomi he is a genius gamer, in hatsukoi the prota is a lazy energy saver; both of them just want to get back to their previous life.

Personally I prefer the comedy in hatsukoi, and a big difference is that in kami nomi the romance is more an harem while in hatsukoi is a match making to different couples.
Manga: Nekota no Koto ga Kininatte Shikatanai.
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Manga: Koe Koi
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Both guys cover their faces.
Take place in a school setting, contain romance.
Manga: Horimiya
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Manga: ReLIFE
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Both series revolve around the main character and their friends' daily lives. With comedy and the youth of teenagers.
Bother series are also web series (RELIFE is a web series and Horimiya was based off one)

If you liked the art style for RELIFE, Horimiya definitely won't disappoint.
Manga: Neko Majin
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Manga: Toriyama Akira ○-saku Gekijou
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Same author and both are comedies with some fight scenes.
Manga: Kingdom
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Manga: Feng Shen Ji
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One is Manga
One is Manhua
Both of them are set in Ancient China
Both of them have amazing portrayal of action, leadership, adventure, sense of overwhelming odds.
Most of all, both of them have amazing character development and plot development.
The best part is that both of them have amazing Art to support the story wonderfully.
Feng Shen Ji is fully coloured, where each panel feels like a painting.
Kingdom has fantastic minute detailing in the characters and background, which portray the war torn battlefields magnificently!
Manga: Angel Densetsu
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Manga: Prison School
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Both are comedies where a simple situation is taken and blown up to much larger than necessary proportions because of misunderstandings and huge jumps in logic. I found both very funny because of that, but they both also share the fact that there are actually quite a interpersonal side links of character relationships which are subtly developed and make a difference over time.

For example, both have series where side characters kind of team up or end up working against the main protagonist at times. Both series also share the fact that enemies team up.

The main difference is probably that Angel Densetsu has a much more universal theme ("dont judge a book by its cover") and older artwork while Prison School is a LOT of ecchi-ness and sexual situations. Oh, and PS has more detailed art and a slower chapter pace. I found both very enjoyable, but there will probably be some audiences put off more by PS's lewdness.
Manga: Futatsu no Spica
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Manga: Uchuu Kyoudai
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Obviously, both of them are about characters that have dreams of becoming astronauts and going through training to become one, though there is a lot more to this recommendation than just that. They are both life stories about the people you meet along the way and the struggles that you must overcome. These include the friends that you make, the family that support you, the mentors that provide you with guidance and those that stand against you and your dreams. These two manga contain a lot of tragic scenes in addition to multiple heart-warming scenes. I think fans of Space Brothers would enjoy the shorter, yet sweeter Twin Spica and fans of Twin Spica will get a lot out of the longer and more in-depth Space Brothers!
Manga: Natsume Yuujinchou
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Manga: Aka ya Akashi ya Ayakashi no
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Male protagonist with supernatural guide in a supernatural rural setting with ayakashi. Has a very similar feel in terms of characters.
Manga: Ouran Koukou Host Club
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Manga: Urakata!!
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Being by the same mangaka, they have a similar art style and humor. The main character in both series suddenly finds themselves being pulled into a club full of eccentric people, and have to adjust to their new surroundings.

They mostly are humor, with gradual romance. Moments can turn from heartwarming to silly in only a few panels, and then back again. Neither is just about the main couple(s), focus is put on each important character and their stories as well.

I fully enjoy reading both of these, with their funny moments, hints at romance, and a unique art style I've come to love.
Manga: Eden no Ori
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Manga: Let's☆Lagoon
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Both of these manga involves several people stranded on an island of a very mysterious origin. As we read more we begin to understand the mysteries of this island. The are both very interesting and keeps the reader wanting more as they yearn to unravel the mysteries in this story.
Manga: Prunus Girl
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Manga: Boy Skirt
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Both are centered around the relationship or development thereof between two friends one of which being a "trap". Light hearted humor and some romance to be found in both as well.
Manga: Kiss yori mo Hayaku
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Manga: Tsubaki-chou Lonely Planet
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Both manga include a female high school student and a young man living together in the same household due to certain circumstances on the girl's side. In Tsubaki-chou Lonely Planet the girl lives with an author who she calls sensei and falls in love with. In contrast to Kiss yori mo Hayaku the girl is very capable when it comes to cooking and hosework. In both manga the sensei becomes her new family.
Manga: Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun
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Manga: Kedamonozakari, Koizakari
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teacher suddenly ask her to take care a problem... :D
Manga: Sand Land
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Manga: Monster Soul
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Both involve a conflict between humans and monsters (or demons, in the case of Sandland), and are quite comedic in tone. A good share of action, and a idealistic ending.
Manga: Kareshi Kanojo no Jijou
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Manga: Cheese in the Trap
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Both manga/manhwa...graphic novels are about a couple who are the smartest in their grade. They get to know one another's flaws/darkness, lessen the distance between themselves and become a beautiful pair. In cheese in the trap they seem to view each other in a negative way and never got to know one another till a year after, but in karekano, the characters start off as friends and grow on one another. Both are great reads and highly recommended.
Manga: Eden no Ori
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Manga: Kuro
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Manga: Sorenari ni Shinken Nan desu.
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Manga: Ade-iro Yuugi
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Similar seme and uke dynamics. The semes are both straight forward, mature, dominant but kind while the ukes are reluctant and responsible.
Manga: Black Coffee
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Manga: Kanpeki☆Kareshi Kanojo
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I feel both share similarities in the way the are written, the art, the structure of the manga and the quality. If you found Kanpeki enjoyable, then Black Coffee might be something you will also enjoy. As both artists seem to be striving to provoke similar emotions. One being a one-shot, it's a very simplistic story to enjoy if you just want to keep on reading. The lack of complexity in both might be something atractive to many readers.
Manga: Kinkyori Renai
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Manga: Sensei Kunshu
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Both Mangas are sensei x student relationship

A genius girl and a heart throb sensei, Its comedic and dramatic, Slice of life genre! ^-^ also have a live action! :D
Manga: Lady Snowblood
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Manga: Sasori
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These seinen manga from the 1970s both feature strong, cunning female leads bent on revenge. They have also both been adapted into live action films with Meiko Kaji in both titular roles.
Manga: Oresama Teacher
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Manga: Pika☆Ichi
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Pika*Ichi has good-guy delinquents as the main characters, and they go up against the "student council" while trying to make their school better. It's very funny and every character adds something to the mix. It sounds similar to Oresama Teacher, but the comedy and characters are very different so you won't feel as though you're reading a knock-off. Pika*Ichi is a little more shoujo, while I'd consider Oresama Teacher to be a little more shounen. Both are fantastic and hilarious.
Manga: Beast Master
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Manga: Kedamonozakari, Koizakari
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Similar main story.
Manga: Familiar
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Manga: Koi nanka Shitakunai
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Stepbrothers' parents get together and one catches his brother being gay and ends up falling in love with said brother.
Manga: Pandora Hearts
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Manga: Utsuro no Hako to Zero no Maria
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Both series share a similar sinister atmosphere and gradually become darker as they progress. Both also involve supernatural and mystery elements which result in an emotional mind-trip from start to finish. Complex plots are present in both and each features a detailed cast of characters. Maria and Alice look somewhat similar.
Manga: Dame na Watashi ni Koishite Kudasai
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Manga: Love Rerun
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Both of them are about woman or her 30s, without boyfriend and love experience at all. They both find someone who helps them to find love.
Manga: World Teacher: Isekaishiki Kyouiku Agent
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Manga: Seirei Gensouki
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A talent among talents, and from there, grew even further with endless possibilities ever since they were young. Protagonists don't show off their overwhelming power and knowledge, and only abuse their power when necessary to threaten or protect their surroundings. Protagonists help those who deserve it, and ignore those who he deems one with despicable personalities or have ulterior motives. Many petty antagonists appear as small obstacles along the protagonist's journey.
Manga: Boku wa Isekai de Fuyo Mahou to Shoukan Mahou wo Tenbin ni Kakeru
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Manga: Ubau Mono Ubawareru Mono
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Protagonists were harmed in their environments, but one day transported into another world with game-like features. They did not trust anyone because of their traumas, but they do soften up as the story progresses. The protagonists are not omnipotent, and they do struggle; but they grow to be feared by their enemies from how quickly they grew in power.
Manga: Mushoku Tensei: Isekai Ittara Honki Dasu
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Manga: World Teacher: Isekaishiki Kyouiku Agent
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Protagonists reincarnate with their memories intact, full of regrets in their previous life. During this second life of theirs, they pledge to live their life to the fullest. They are reborn in a loving family, and because of their determination, they rise up as talented prodigies. They get more and more powerful, enabling them to protect their loved ones (family, friends, and harems alike).
Manga: Kamisama no Inai Nichiyoubi
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Manga: Mahoutsukai no Yome
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Both mangas are alike in their beautiful art, rich fantastical worlds, and cute character interactions. If you like reading mangas that have dark fantasy elements, then Kamisama no Inai Nichiyoubi is for you. Gruesome, raw and incredibly drawn, the attention to detail in the backgrounds, and the gorgeous panels of Kamisama no Inai Nichiyoubi reminded me very much of Mahoutsukai no Yome. On a superficial level, both involve an older male looking after/guiding the main protagonist, and they are related to the main protagonist in some manner, (future husband, father). Both of these mangas have tugged at my heartstrings, and I have thoroughly enjoyed reading them.
Manga: Obaka-chan, Koigatariki
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Manga: L♥DK
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Both manga have 2 very handsome boys in love with the female protagonist.
Both manga have a strong female lead
Manga: Ran to Haiiro no Sekai
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Manga: Somali to Mori no Kamisama
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Both series feature beautiful detailed art styles and are about young girls growing up in a magical setting. Themes of family are also prevalent in both series.
Manga: Dansai Bunri no Crime Edge
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Manga: Shishunki no Iron Maiden
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story baout heroine has trouble wiht super natural secret and main char rescue her
Manga: Re:Monster
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Manga: Sayounara Ryuusei, Konnichiwa Jinsei
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Sayounara Ryuusei, Konnichiwa Jinsei
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Reincarnation and monsters
Manga: Haru x Kiyo
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Haru x Kiyo
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Manga: Kare to Kanojo no Chiguhagu
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Kare to Kanojo no Chiguhagu
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relationship between a tall girl and a short boy
Manga: Lovely★Complex
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Manga: Kare to Kanojo no Chiguhagu
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Kare to Kanojo no Chiguhagu
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tall girl and short guy
Manga: Homunculus
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Manga: Oyasumi Punpun
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Both have very depressive and heavy atmosphere, so intriguing, the art of both surely will be the most abstract arts you'll see. Deep progression in protagonist's life. Very unique stories in all the world of literature.
Manga: Cheese in the Trap
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Manga: Cherry Boy, That Girl
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Cherry Boy, That Girl
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I find that this is similar, to Cherry Boy, That Girl because. First, they are both romance/school life webcomics. The main characters face issues with their love interests, and meet atleast more then 1 appealing male characters. Which soon to become, characters that create a larger role in the story. They also both face challenges, while making friends, or trying to keep a friend relationship.
Manga: Color Recipe
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Manga: Yoru wa Tomodachi
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similar vibes n unique art.
Manga: Highschool of the Dead
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Highschool of the Dead
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Manga: Mahou Shoujo of the End
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Mahou Shoujo of the End
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Both have very similar themes concerning the apocalypse and the fight for survival, but Mahou Shoujo of The End has a more fun and imaginative take on said themes involving murderous magical girls, out to destroy humanity.
Manga: IS: Otoko demo Onna demo nai Sei
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IS: Otoko demo Onna demo nai Sei
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Manga: Rutta to Kodama
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Rutta to Kodama
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This is a one way recommendation, first of all.

If you like the romance of the main pairing in IS, you should definitely check out Rutta to Kodama because they are extremely similar. Both relationships rely on trust and leaning on each others strengths. They're less sexual and more spiritual and romantic. Both of the submissive characters are similar to one another as well and look the same.
Manga: Homunculus
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Homunculus
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Manga: Oyasumi Punpun
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Oyasumi Punpun
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Both titles have misanthropic themes, frigid sexual intercourse and of course, bleakness on overall parts. Homunculus is more serious and collected, while Punpun's story is dispersed to various personages, from the most squalid to the least credible. Homunculus, on the other hand, had this one character that fits both 'qualitie's.
Manga: Sugar☆Family
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Manga: NG Life
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NG Life
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Both protagonist are cry babies.. =P
Manga: Itsuka Koi ga Kanau Made
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Itsuka Koi ga Kanau Made
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Manga: Kimi wo Watareba
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Kimi wo Watareba
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Both are short yaoi manga with cute plots having to do with time travel.
Manga: 07-Ghost
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07-Ghost
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Manga: Owari no Seraph
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Owari no Seraph
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Teito and Yuu both have similar situations where they have to leave their friend/family to escape from a certain place, and they arrive at safe haven and train to fight against their enemy .\\.
Manga: Slam Dunk
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Manga: Crows
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Crows and Slam Dunk aren't of the same genre but they have such a similar feel that if you like one you will definitely like the other. They have different focuses and objectives as manga but the characters are similar (delinquents and quick to fight) and they both take place in the same general environment, a High School in Japan.
Manga: Undead
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Manga: Hitori-tachi
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Welp- This 2 series are really different (if u see at da cover) BUT Both have some similarity LIKE : +Both Manga tells about death with different shades ----------------------------------------------------------------- *Undead with Comedy and other genre that blended *Hitori-tachi (Alone) with drama that heartwarming us ----------------------------------------------------------------- +Both Manga are One-Shot collection books +Both Manga are too quick to finish once you read it
Manga: Kimi ni Todoke
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Kimi ni Todoke
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Manga: Suki tte Ii na yo.
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Suki tte Ii na yo.
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- Both these mangas have a female protagonist who isn't your typical for shoujo manga, but both are lovable and like people dispite of all that has happened to them
- Both fall in love with the most popular guy in school dispite not knowing at the beginning
- Both mangas explore the love relashionships secondary characters
- Both mangas get more into the relashionship part than most shoujo mangas (witch is a plus, it doesn't end with just an "i love you")
Manga: Yandere Kanojo
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Yandere Kanojo
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Manga: Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun
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Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun
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Both written in a four-coma comic style, both are extremely funny with creative and wacky characters
Manga: Shamo
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Shamo
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Manga: Gekiryuuchi
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-Seinen

-Main characters are harassed at the beginning

-Both are about martial arts

-Both are drawn very well

-Both are full of brutality
Manga: Utsuro no Hako to Zero no Maria
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Utsuro no Hako to Zero no Maria
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Manga: Ame no Hi no Iris
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Ame no Hi no Iris
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HakoMari and Ame no Hi no Iris are both dark, dramatic and gripping tales with well-crafted and engaging atmospheres. In spite of this, they are both ultimately forward-looking, though HakoMari is far sweeter (and perhaps even naive) in some sections than Ame no Hi no Iris. Similarly, they both toy with themes relating to repetition at some point, but use it to make different points.

As well, if you liked HakoMari's drama, you'll like most of Ame no Hi no Iris's drama, because it's very similar (and written in first person). If you thought that HakoMari's drama was cheesy, however, Ame no Hi no Iris offers different blends of drama throughout. Because of this, Ame no Hi no Iris doesn't feel nearly as cheesy (though it does start to go down that road in the last quarter).

Both are worth a read if you care for dark but ultimately optimistic narratives, though HakoMari will grip you from the first page while Ame no Hi no Iris takes a while longer to draw you in.
Manga: Gekkou
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Gekkou
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Manga: Ame no Hi no Iris
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Ame no Hi no Iris
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Gekkou and Ame no Hi no Iris are both dark, dramatic and gripping tales with well-crafted and engaging atmospheres. In spite of this, they are both ultimately forward-looking, though Ame no Hi no Iris may have something more meaningful to say than Gekkou. They're both one-shots too, so they don't require much investment. Similarly, both one-shots have fluid writing with a lot of soul to them (at least in the translations).

While reading Ame no Hi no Iris, I couldn't help but think that it had a similar 'feel' to Gekkou, though it's undoubtedly an improvement in terms of atmosphere. They're both worth a shot; standouts from the typical trend of light novels nowadays.
Manga: Akatsuki no Yona
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Akatsuki no Yona
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Manga: Shinobi Quartet
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Shinobi Quartet
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Both these settings are reverse harem, with strong, capable men seeking to protect the heroine, both of whom are strong-willed successors in their own right.
Manga: Men's Kou
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Men's Kou
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Manga: Nijiiro Days
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Nijiiro Days
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Both have the male cast as the main characters instead of the women, showing their perspective in falling in love. Both show strong friendship between the four male characters respectively.
Manga: Ranma ½
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Ranma ½
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Manga: Yaiba
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Yaiba
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They are both very comedic stories...where the main characters have to deal with many silly shenanigans. Dealing with people who may or may not have some grudge against them....ensuing into a very comedic situation.And also at the beginning of the stories they show up with their own father at a "friend's" house after a bit of traveling and training...and begin living there. The main characters Yaiba and Ranma are both a bit immature at times, but I'm sure as you keep reading they'll start to grow on you.
Manga: Tsuyokute New Saga
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Manga: Kouritsuchuu Madoushi, Daini no Jinsei de Madou wo Kiwameru
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Kouritsuchuu Madoushi, Daini no Jinsei de Madou wo Kiwameru
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While in Kouritsuchuu Madoushi an old sorcerer that regretted his life decisions sends his mind back in time into the body of his 12-year-old self, Tsuyokute is about the hero, who defeated the demon king albeit at great costs, being sent back in time into the body of his younger self.
Manga: Shin Shirayuki-hime Densetsu Pretear
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Manga: Akagami no Shirayuki-hime
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Akagami no Shirayuki-hime
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Both stories have a red haired talented heroine who is trying to make it in her own for the people she loves. Listed are some of the similar characteristics:
-absent or some whT gone parents
-male helpers
-comedy relief
-amazing art
-good plots

Manga: Katekyo!
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Katekyo!
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Manga: Koibitogokoro
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Both mangas have tall/handsome possessive semes with sweet/cute ukes. Lots of sweet & lovey-dovey scenes.
Manga: Devilman
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Manga: Ajin
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Ajin
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The main protagonist in both manga are thrown into a life of darkness and possess a special ability (Kei being immortal and Akira Fudo becoming a demon). The main protagonist in both most manga learn how to handle their new abilities and slowly become more violent, strong and determined over time. They are also both filled with violence, action and blood with a dark and gritty atmosphere. If you like one, you may enjoy the other as well.
Manga: Guyver
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Manga: Ultraman
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Both manga focus on a main protagonist that has access to an powered armor that grants them superhuman powers and enables them to fight evil alien monsters. While The Guyver is more violent than Ultraman, both are sci-fi action-packed manga with lots of epic fight scenes. If you like one, you should enjoy the other.
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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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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-Transported to another world
-Slaves
-Magic
-Cheat abilities
-RPG-like features
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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Manga: Ubau Mono Ubawareru Mono
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-Transported to another world
-Slaves
-Magic
-Cheat abilities
-RPG-like features
Manga: Death March kara Hajimaru Isekai Kyousoukyoku
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Death March kara Hajimaru Isekai Kyousoukyoku
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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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-Transported to another world
-Slaves
-Magic
-Cheat abilities
-RPG-like features
Manga: NEET dakedo Hello Work ni Ittara Isekai ni Tsuretekareta
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NEET dakedo Hello Work ni Ittara Isekai ni Tsuretekareta
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Manga: Hisshou Dungeon Unei Houhou
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Hisshou Dungeon Unei Houhou
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-Transported to another world
-Slaves
-Magic
-Cheat abilities
-RPG-like features
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