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Manga: Boku dake ga Inai Machi
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Manga: ReLIFE
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In both series, the main protagonist gets another opportunity to experiment his younger life again. Only this time, they can influence events of the past that greatly affects the future. Both series also has a good amount of relationship dynamics between the main characters. ReLife has much more humor while Boku dake ga Inai Machi presents more of a thriller-style of storytelling.
Manga: Allegro Agitato
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Manga: Zig☆Zag Don
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Both manga is mature and gives off the same feeling.
Manga: A Girls
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Manga: Uwagaki
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2 Girls with the same face and in love with the main caracter
Manga: Sengoku Danshi Hana no Ran
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Manga: Yukarism
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If you're in for a modern historical romance then both manga provides it. Great main characters who are lovable and very handsome.
Manga: Kami nomi zo Shiru Sekai
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Manga: Doubt!
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Doubt!
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An anti-social shut-in is given the mission to investigate certain girls in order to get close to them. Both protagonists are smart high school students who are good at analyzing situations and turning them in their favor through various ways of manipulation.

Differences: The World Only God Knows is about the supernatural, has more girls, and takes routes similar to those found in games and visual novels. Doubt is about a realistic setting, has only a few girls, and takes a route that focuses on observation and psychology.
Manga: Last Game
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Manga: ReLIFE
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This has been said before but I couldn't help but feel this so very blatantly as I read it, so I agree: this is a character based recommendation: the protags are nearly the same with separate environments. A lot of it is about finding oneself through one's social group, namely the main female leads. The male leads, on the other hand, are catalysts and just as much must find themselves through their own means (and the subtle help of the female leads)
Manga: Ore ga Doutei wo Sutetara Shinu Ken ni Tsuite
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Manga: ReLIFE
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>> The MCs go back to high school (whether it be via time or through... science), and must rediscover themselves truly to make it a worthwhile experience
Manga: Purikyuu
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Manga: Ichirei shite, Kiss
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archery and a love story that revolve around that

(i love the sport archery btw)
Manga: Deadman Wonderland
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Manga: Area D: Inou Ryouiki
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Area D: Inou Ryouiki
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Area D is like a more actioncentric Deadman Wonderland, and is more creative with its death games. Both are set in a special prison, specially built for inmates with special powers that manifested after a certain catastrophe, and who are subsequently put through battles against one another.
Manga: Holyland
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Manga: The Breaker
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The Breaker
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Weak protagonists who are constantly bullied took up martial arts in order to defend themselves. One becomes powerful through self-training, while the other gets trained by one of the most powerful masters, but both gets caught up in dangerous situations involving formidable martial artists and organizations in their respective series.
Manga: Boku dake ga Inai Machi
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Boku dake ga Inai Machi
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Manga: Hensoku-kei Quadrangle
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in both the protagonist travels to the past
Manga: Slam Dunk
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Manga: Beck
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I know you're thinking: "How is a sports manga similar at all to a music manga?" Well, while the subject matter differs entirely, the themes and characters are all too similar (in a good way). Both of these follow a young man with little direction in their lives; that is, until Sakuragi finds basketball and Koyuki finds music.

Other similarities: artwork starts off meh, gets better as it goes on (always fun seeing that transition); the authors' (Inoue Takehiko [Slam Dunk], Harold Sakuishi [Beck]) clearly depict their passion not only for storytelling, but for the hobby which is shown; and, finally, both were adapted into well-received anime.
Manga: Jisatsutou
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Manga: Kyochuu Rettou
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In both series, the main characters are thrown into a dangerous territory where their lives are at stake. There is violence and bloodshed as we witness how the characters must fight their way in order to survive. Each chapter becomes more gruesome as we see the reality of their newfound lifestyle.
Manga: Tasogare Otome x Amnesia
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Tasogare Otome x Amnesia
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Manga: Yamada-kun to 7-nin no Majo
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In both series, the main male protagonist are part of a club that gets into very unusual events that pertains to supernatural elements. Both series often creates tension with these unusual events that gets more and more troublesome. There is also an extensive amount of background storytelling (especially in one of the later arcs for Yamada-kun) in both series. Mystery is also presented in peculiar fashion as the readers often wonders about the main female characters' origins. Recommended for fans interested in some mystery fiction with supernatural gags.
Manga: Boku dake ga Inai Machi
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Manga: Yokohama-sen Doppelgänger
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Both involve a man that travels back in time and interacts with his past time line in order to stop a string of murders and crimes within their future.
Manga: Tasogare Otome x Amnesia
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Manga: Another
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Both has similar tensions, setting, and drawing qualities
Manga: High School DxD
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Manga: Shinmai Maou no Testament
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These stories both feature a main character (who happens be a harem master) caught in a batlle between two sides where good and evil are not clearly defined. Both main characters enter into some extremely ecchi moments although DXD is flavored intentinoally and unsuccessfully pervy for comedic effect while Shinmai's protagonist is forced into his ecchi scenes which are more ecchi and less funny. I would say the primary difference between these two titles is that Shinmai takes itself very seriously while DXD always seems to have a tongue in cheek attitude. That being said I found myself unexpectedly entertained by both despite my initial assumptions that the story's would be non-existant.
Manga: Strobe Edge
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Manga: 360° Material
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At the very beginning these two manga are completely different. I mean they are both high school romantic shoujo but the stories are not the same. But after the first half they have so many similarities. Like so many!! Every now and then I felt like 'hey Strobe Edge has this same thing too!'. If you liked or loved 360° Material you must read Strobe Edge!!
Manga: Defense Bakari no Koi ja dame!!
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Defense Bakari no Koi ja dame!!
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Manga: Chibi to Pocchari de Renai Shimasu kedo, Nani ka?
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Chibi to Pocchari de Renai Shimasu kedo, Nani ka?
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The two are romantic Manga with a compelling story! The common theme is basketball and love. Both Heroines are misunderstood by her classmates because they are shy and are dealing with insecurities, they attempt to improve themselves through the story, gaining more than self-confidence in the process...
Manga: For Someone
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Manga: Henshin Ganbou!
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Both are romantic Manga with an absorbing story! The common subject in both Manga is baseball and love, through this theme our main character attempt to improve himself to reach an objective gaining strength and more self confidence in the process.
Manga: Love Hina
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Manga: Love Riron
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Ecchi romantic comedies about loser boys who try to better themselves in order to win the hearts of beautiful girls.
Manga: Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun
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Manga: Tomo-chan wa Onnanoko!
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If you're into comedy and pure obliviousness then this is for you. A love story where there's no romance at all. Worth a read!
Manga: Dakedo Happy Paradise
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Manga: She's Kids
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They're both about a girl who starts living together with three brothers for one of their parent's sake.
Manga: D.N.Angel
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Manga: Magic Kaito
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this is similar because the main charter is a boy, a thieve, and a awesome storyline. THIS A MUST READ MANGA!!!!
Manga: Kamikaze Kaitou Jeanne
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Manga: Magic Kaito
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they both have main charter as thieves.in my opinion it is must read! they are really interesting storyline . it is a great read from all age.
Manga: Death Note
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Manga: Platinum End
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Both of these manga come from the same writer/artist combo (who also made Bakuman), and both have a somewhat dark tone.

Both manga have supernatural beings (a shinigami in DN, an angel in PE) that give the protagonist their powers (arrows and wings in PE, the Death Note in DE) and follow them around. Also, the protagonists of both series are aiming to become God.
Manga: Namaikizakari.
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Manga: Mikansei Lovers
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Both mangas have guys who are younger than the girls and acts more masculine. Interestingly both girls are stubborn too.
Manga: Eden no Ori
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Manga: Deathtopia
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Created by the same author, both series has a survival horror vibe with similar artwork. The main protagonist gets involved with very unusual circumstances that has their life in danger. There is plenty of violence, blood, and even death where ordinary people faces extraordinary events. Both series are also infamous for their fan service and plot twist in storytelling.
Manga: My Girl
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Manga: Bambi to Dhole
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Both centres around family maters and the possibility of falling in love again. Both the guys have their own children. Although they don't tackle the same problem the essense of the story is the same.
Manga: 20th Century Boys
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Manga: Boku dake ga Inai Machi
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ERASED and 20th Century Boys both are great mystery-seinen manga that looking for someone who responsible for the tragedy on both series. The plot of these manga are really similiar, the main characters are adults and both of them must remember an event since they were child (ERASED's MC even uses time leap).
Manga: Mirai Nikki
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Manga: Platinum End
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Similar plot: God is disappearing for some reason and powers are given to some humans, and a new god will be chosen among them. The main characters are similar and it's likely that an alliance between the main couple is formed.
Also, the god candidates in both stories seem to have lots of personal problems (it's insinuated that all god candidates in Platinum End are suicidals and most of the god candidates in mirai nikki had a sad/terrorizing/problematic past.)

Differences are: In Mirai Nikki, the power of each candidate is completely unique, while in platinum end the only difference is how many accessories the candidate has, depending on the class of his angel. Also, it seems killing all the other candidates is not the only way to become a god in Platinum End, even if he obviously needs to stay alive, while Mirai Nikki was a "must-kill-everyone-else".
Manga: Kono Sekai no Owari e no Tabi
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Manga: Space Ship EE
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Surreal and trippy, both manga revolves around a main character who is tired of their mundane job and life, focusing on their fantastical journeys of outlandish proportions. Both manga uses their weird imagery to tell their stories, so much of the meaning can go right over the reader's head, but the experience itself makes both worthwhile.
Manga: Believers
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Manga: Litchi☆Hikari Club
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Psychological dramas that explores the deterioration of cults from within, both examines the extremity of human nature in isolation. Believers is about a group of three stranded on an island, who gradually gives in to their twisted desires, Litchi Hikari Club, on the other hand, uses paranoia and the introduction of unfamiliar elements into the cult that slowly broke it down. Both are very twisted and contains copious amounts of sex and violence.
Manga: Chikan Otoko
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Manga: Koe no Katachi
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Romance stories are a staple of any entertainment media, and both series are great examples of the best romances in manga. Both Chikan Otoko and Koe no Katachi are realistic stories dealing with the trials and tribulations of asocial male leads.

In Chikan Otoko, the main character is a loner who gradually came to understand love and the importance of relationships through his interactions with the other characters. The main character of Koe no Katachi is a person who became a loner after being ostracized by his peers for consistently bullying a deaf girl, and the manga is about him trying to understand and seek forgiveness from the girl he bullied, and in the process, growing as a person. Numerous side characters also assisted in the development of both characters.
Manga: Bleach
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Manga: Owari no Seraph
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Owari no Seraph
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Both are shounen manga series centered around a group of friends defending their home against monsters. In both series, the main character is a very hot-headed young man who strives to protect their friends and received their abilities after a near-death confrontation with his weapon's soul, each having a snarky friend/rival who wears glasses, and a female love interest related to nobility. The Cursed Gear system of Owari no Seraph is very similar to the Zanpukuto system of Bleach, and in both series, the characters are divided into individual squadrons to deal with their respective threats.
Manga: Boku dake ga Inai Machi
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Manga: Umareru Kachi no Nakatta Jibun ga Anna no Tame ni Dekiru Ikutsuka no Koto
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Umareru Kachi no Nakatta Jibun ga Anna no Tame ni Dekiru Ikutsuka no Koto
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Granted a chance to redo your life, what will you change? Both series are tragedies revolving around the main characters going back in time to their elementary school days. In Boku dake ga Inai Machi, the main character uses his chance to try and save a girl in order to prevent a future serial killing, while Umare Kachi offers a much more twisted scenario, one where the main character uses that chance as an excuse to enact his fantasies of sexual gratification with the girl he had a crush on.
Manga: One Piece
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Manga: JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 7: Steel Ball Run
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JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 7: Steel Ball Run
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Both MC's goes on a great adventure with cool superpowers and outstanding characters
Manga: Pandora Hearts
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Manga: Utsuro no Hako to Zero no Maria
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Both series have quite a dark atmosphere. Their stories answer some questions to their mysteries while at the same time adding even more mysteries along the way. And both series have a great plot merging mystery and fantasy.
Manga: Hapi Mari: Happy Marriage!?
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Manga: Totsuzen desu ga, Ashita Kekkon Shimasu
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In both series, the concept of marriage is a prominent theme. The main female protagonist gets involved in an affair that begins with a rocky relationship. However, the connection between the two lead characters grows with each chapter. Both series also has a fair amount of realism such as the characters' occupations. Also, expect some mature content as the story progresses.
Manga: Hanazakari no Kimitachi e
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Manga: Venus wa Kataomoi
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Both stories are lighthearted romantic comedies. Both main characters are strong-minded females who eventually get involved in a love triangle due to the strong and close ties with friends. Hana Kimi takes place during high school while Venus in Love takes place during college. If you liked one, you'll like the other.
Manga: Noblesse
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Manga: One Punch-Man
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Although Rai and Saitama are very different in their hairs, both are overpowered and always the last arrive to deal the finishing blow. Both have their assistant too (Frankenstein in Noblesse, Genos in Onepunch Man)
Manga: Naruto
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Manga: Boku no Hero Academia
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Boku no Hero Academica is a new Naruto, both have two main character from zero to hero. They have their own rival who initially are stronger than them. Not to mention each character have their unique ability (quirk for Hero, jutsu for Naruto) and live in the academy too.
Manga: Tekkon Kinkreet
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Manga: Deathco
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Kaneko Atsushi are following the footsteps of Mastumoto Taiyou here with this art driven story inspired just as much from western super hero comics as manga. If Deathco is as deep as Tekkon Kinkreet is yet to be seen.
Manga: Keyman: The Hand of Judgement
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Manga: Deathco
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Yeah! For anyone who loves grotesque western influenced manga, these two are gems. Both focus on feisty visuals where the art holds the story just as much as the dialogue.
Manga: Pandora Hearts
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Manga: Yumekui Merry
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Pandora Hearts and Yumekui Merry has a familiar feel with the fantasy world and style. Both series' main female protagonists are very mysterious and has a connection with the main character. Throughout their story, we learn much more about the various organizations and its darker themes. Both series are also known for their supernatural content that highlights unnatural events. Recommended for fans looking for a fantasy-mystery story.
Manga: Lucky Number 13
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Manga: Akihabara Fall In Love
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What would happen if you happen to meet an unlucky guy? Well, that's the clear example of Lucky Number 13 and Akihabara Fall In Love. Both BL's with some unique situations for unlucky guys, even though that in Lucky Number 13 those situations are kinda extreme and Akihabara Fall In Love revolves more around the topic of "otakus"; they both have the same essence, unlucky boys trying to live a 'normal life' with their beloved ones. Sweet comedy and likeable characters.
Manga: Boku dake ga Inai Machi
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Manga: Umareru Kachi no Nakatta Jibun ga Anna no Tame ni Dekiru Ikutsuka no Koto
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Umareru Kachi is a evil version of Boku dake; both have protagonists who time-travel to their childhood, in their kid body. In the first the MC is a evildoer sicko who takes advantage of kids. In the second, MC is honorable and prevent deaths. Both are tragedies.
Manga: Itazura na Kiss
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Manga: Kyou, Koi wo Hajimemasu
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In both the girl is hopelessly in love with the guy and it follows their stories from high school on through college and beyond. Both end beautifully and is worth the read!
Manga: One Piece
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Manga: One Punch-Man
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Both series have a combination of Shonen action, comedy, supernatural, and of course adventure. They both also have protagonists who do what they do just to have fun and go wild everywhere they go.
Manga: Kyou, Koi wo Hajimemasu
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Manga: Takane to Hana
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In both series, the main girl gets involved with a popular yet narcissistic guy at school. Their initial encounter doesn't go well as the guy acts arrogant towards her while displaying an aggressive attitude. However as the story progresses, we learn more about the main male protagonist and their personality. There's even a deeper connection that begins to form between the two main characters. Both series are known for their drama and romance. In Takane to Hana, it's portrayed more as comedy while Kyou, Koi wo Hajimemasu is more serious in nature with some mature context.
Manga: Overlord
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Manga: The New Gate
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These titles are about two powerful protagonists who stayed for the last few hours before the "END GAME" of the RPG they are involved in, but a twist of fate led them to still remain inside the game. They are now stuck inside the game which is now their new reality, as the one PLAYER with no functioning log-out button.
Manga: Overlord
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Manga: The New Gate
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These titles are about two powerful protagonists who stayed for the last few hours before the "END GAME" of the RPG they are involved in, but a twist of fate led them to still remain inside the game. They are now stuck inside the game which is now their new reality, as the one PLAYER with no functioning log-out button.
Manga: Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari
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Manga: Re:Monster
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This is about prodigious protagonists that start from the bottom, and have to work their way up to high standing. All this happening in an RPG setting.
Manga: Ao Haru Ride
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Manga: Orange
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[spoiler] Orange and Ao Haru Ride is about a girl and a boys romance revolving around the girl trying to aide the boy as he is trying to cope with his mothers death. Orange focuses more on the mothers death , whereas Ao Haru Ride focuses more on the romantic aspect.
Manga: No Bra
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Manga: Boku no Futatsu no Tsubasa
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Both are similar in their gender bender Genre are really interesting have comedy in them basically read them both they are awesome
Manga: Akatsuki no Yona
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Manga: Mahoutsukai no Yome
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These anime's similarities lies in the main female characters and the world of the anime.
Both the female leads have red hair and are very strong and kind, but still reliant characters.
The settings are both in (kind of) fantasy worlds, though Magus's Bride is supposed to be our world, mostly England and Iceland, with magic and Yona is just old Asia with magic. They both give us a realistic, but still magical world.
Manga: Deadman Wonderland
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Manga: Okite Nemuru
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Taking place in a modern setting, both series deals with bizarre events that surrounds the main protagonist's life as they develop a mysterious power. There is an immense amount of mystery regarding these powers as each chapter reveals darker details about its origins. Both series are infamous for their violence and experimentation concepts as well.
Manga: Kaze to Ki no Uta
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Manga: Natsu e no Tobira
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Both are by Takemiya Keiko and share a handful of similarities. KazeKi is a much heavier story than Natsu, but if you like one, the other is worth checking out.
Manga: Prism
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Manga: Asagao to Kase-san.
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Both are relatively short shoujo-ai manga with pleasant art styles and a cute main couple. While both have some nsfw scenes, the main focus is still romance and the girls' daily lives and as a result don't feel overly fanservice-y
Manga: Mahoutsukai no Yome
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Manga: Somali to Mori no Kamisama
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Both are fantasy and share same detailed artwork quality.
Manga: Real Account
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Manga: Choujin Sensen
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In both series, the main characters gets involved in a survival game where winning or losing determines the fate of their lives. There's a thrilling feeling each chapter that reveals more and more content about the nature of the games. As the characters realize it, they must find out how to survive while battling some of their own personal demons.
Manga: Hikari no Pansy
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Manga: Miriam
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They are both a good read if you are looking for a classic shoujo vibe with an energetic little girl and her older male friend/love interest. There are time jumps, amnesia, adventure, and general antics in both manga.
Manga: Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic
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Manga: Black Clover
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Both have relying magic as their main source of power in various aspects. In Magi, magic has been used in the daily lives of the people, such as occupation and battle. Meanwhile in Black clover, those who can't use magic is considered failed as a person. Both mangas also tells us about the greatness of adventure in the world of magic, finding an unexplored dungeon which full of treasures, and the beauty of friendship in the two of main character in each manga (Aladdin and Alibaba in Magi, Aster and Yuno in Black Clover). Very recommended for those who looking for epicness of shounen manga!
Manga: Aki-Sora
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Manga: Itokoi Chidori
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Both deal with high amounts of incest, some comedic undertone. Both also are heavy on the sexual scenes (Borderline H)Both females (Aki and Chidori) are deeply in love with the male leads . The difference between the two are the protagonists Also are harems that kind of get out of control. Only difference is the male leads attitudes in both and one is a bit more serious then the other.(Aki-Sora is a bit more serious). If you're into romance with incest with some good sex scenes try them both out.
Manga: Liar Game
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Manga: One Outs
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*Toua and Shinichi are very similar characters.
*Liar Game and One Outs are from the same author.
*Both manga focuses in the protagonist manipulating the mind of the opponent.
Manga: Aishiteruze Baby★★
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Manga: Papa to Mama Hajimemashita.
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Cute series about school kids raising a young child and finding love in the process; Aishiteruze Baby is much longer, more serious and more in depth; Papa to Mama is extremely short and much more idealized.
Manga: Mondaiteiki Sakuhinshu
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Manga: Happiness
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Both are a collection of several short stories which deal with the same themes, including sexual abuse, suicide, drug use, and pedophilia. Happiness is much more avant garde, with a less realistic approach and more focusing on solely the negative parts of humanity.
Manga: Hana ni Arashi
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Manga: Takane to Hana
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Both have a super-rich male protagonist.

In both, the female protagonist it's not interested.
Manga: Hen Koi!
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Manga: Kanojo wa Sore wo Gaman Dekinai
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Romantic comedies in which the characters find love, happiness, and fulfillment by embracing their inner perversions.
Manga: Sekai wa Bokura no Tame ni!
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Manga: Kanojo wa Sore wo Gaman Dekinai
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Smutty manga about female teachers in love with their male students.
Manga: Kingyosou
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Manga: Aoi Kiseki
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Love has no disability. Both about love that can conquer differences.
Manga: Goong
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Manga: 100% Perfect Girl
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If you're up for a whirlwind of emotions and heartaches then these manhwas will do it for you. There is no "that's cute" in these manhwas, it's all about sacrificial love. Similarly both manhwas involve living as the wife/fiancé of a Prince and the heartaches each feel.
Manga: Sugarless
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Manga: Shonan Seven
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Shonan Seven and Sugarless takes place in a school life setting where there are dominant male characters and delinquents. The main character gets into complicated affairs and fights with others. Their presence also triggers rivalries with reputable characters as we see how far they go to prove themselves.
Manga: Yuusha ni Narenakatta Ore wa Shibushibu Shuushoku wo Ketsui Shimashita.
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Manga: Floor ni Maou ga Imasu
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Both story are related about Demon Lord working part time.
Manga: Rutta to Kodama
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Manga: Amasugi Monster
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With the school life setting except that in Amasugi Monster there are people with power to transform/assume into animal forms. Riku personality kinda reminds me of Kodama from Rutta to Kodama. They both may look weak outside but really supportive and can act boldly when they want to with their partners. With both Riku and Kodama calm demeanor towards their partners but at some point they can be really desperate. Through both stories there were jealousy, fluff moments and some sexiness :D
Manga: Sex-Philes
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Manga: Yokujou Bazooka
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As a whole, these manga don't have much in common. However, "Sproingy Stick" and "Defender of Juiciness" are extremely similar. The former is an allegorical story about a man who suddenly finds penises sprouting all over his body; the latter depicts the life of an enigmatic superhero called Penisman. The imagery is bizarre, the humor is anatomical, and I doubt any country other than Japan would even consider publishing something like this. It's the people who love male anatomy that have the most to get out of these pornographic titles.
Manga: Yotsuba to!
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Manga: Uzumaki
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Uzumaki is a story about some crazy addictions that may or may not creep you out. It demonstrates the crazy things day to day on what new weird things are being presented. I really liked this because of the way everything changed as the story got deeper and the attitudes of the characters changed.

Yotsubato is a manga about the daily adventures of a young girl named Yotsuba. I really like this because Yotsuba is a cute, fun, little girl who enjoys life with her family and friends and gives the reader a good feeling as they read.
The two manga are similar because of the day to day changes and new things they experience and learn in everyday life.
Manga: Oresama Teacher
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Manga: Koe no Katachi
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Oresama Teacher is a manga about schools fighting against each other with backstories and character development. It gets pretty deep at times, but friendship in the Disciplinary Club is pretty strong.

Koe no Katachi relates with a school setting, but instead of constant fighting, it is more so bullying and making a fool of yourself. Ties are strung together and infighting occurs between friends, but overall it is a really good read.
Manga: Prison School
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Manga: Ajin
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Prison School is about social demagoguery in a school between the student councils and students. Ajin is also about social demagoguery in society with inhuman beings trying to take control of the country. I really like both of these manga--yet Prison School can be silly at times where Ajin is more serious.
Manga: Gantz
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Manga: Sekai Oni
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It has the same premise where people get sent into a 'room' of sorts and have to defeat certain entities.
Manga: Ao no Exorcist
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Manga: Sousei no Onmyouji
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both have to do with exorcism and have rowdy main character. they also have good fighting scenes.
Manga: Eden no Ori
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Manga: EX - Shounen Hyouryuu
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Teenager got stranded on foreign place. strugling for survival.
Manga: 18 Diary
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Manga: Watashitachi no Shiawase na Jikan
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Great Story, Amazing Characters and debatable artwork
Manga: Shinkyoku no Grimoire: Pandra Saga 2nd Story
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Manga: Cerebrum no Hitsugi: Haitoku no Han Megami
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In a world engulfed in darkness, demons desire all and perceives human as easy prey... Both with a common theme (A deal with the devil does not come without a price and consequences) contains gang-r*pe, inc*st, tentacles, corruption and mind-break. There's also monsters and some action scenes. In both H-manga, you get a very exciting story!
Manga: Pandra: Shiroki Yokubou Kuro no Kibou
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Manga: Cerebrum no Hitsugi: Haitoku no Han Megami
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Both titles have a mutual theme (People corrupted by darkness & power) contains hardcore sex, gang-r*pe, and mind-break. There's also various inc*stual pairings throughout and some horror and tentacles as well. A good hentai with an interesting story!
Manga: Boku dake ga Inai Machi
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Manga: Hensoku-kei Quadrangle
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Both travel to the past in order to prevent what bad.
Manga: Inyutsu no Yakata
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Manga: Cerebrum no Hitsugi: Haitoku no Han Megami
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Both h-manga with a common theme (People will sacrifice anything to get what they want) contains hardcore sex, gang-r*pe, and mind-break. There's also various inc*stual sex throughout and some gore and tentacles as well. However, you get a very wordy yet engaging story!
Manga: One Punch-Man
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Manga: Sakamoto desu ga?
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Basically same concept but both has different ways to do it. Sakamoto is more superior, Saitama is more carefree.
Manga: Mirai Nikki
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Manga: Darwin's Game
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Survival Game
Manga: Boku dake ga Inai Machi
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Manga: Hensoku-kei Quadrangle
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Both have a male protagonist that blame themselves for a 'certain' incident that occurred during their past.
Manga: Douluo Dalu
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Manga: Re:Monster
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- Both protagonists have been reincarnated with their past memories remaining intact
- Absorption type powers
- RPG based concept
Manga: Aitsu no Daihonmei
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Manga: Sonna Me de Mitekure
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Both have the ugly-cute uke and "school's most popular guy who, for some reason, fell for the ugliest guy" seme.
Both value their side characters and give them a lot of screentime, whether they have feelings for one of the main characters or not.
Manga: Hoozuki-san Chi no Aneki (+Imouto)
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Manga: Kyoudai hodo Chikaku Tooimono wa Nai
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Both are comedy manga with a lot of quirky characters and a lot of fanservice. Both manga deal with the relationship between a brother and a sister.
Manga: Fate/Zero
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Manga: Toaru Majutsu no Index
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Both are pretty dark and have alot of characters that are morally grey.
Manga: Karate Shoukoushi Kohinata Minoru
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Manga: Kengan Ashura
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The main male protagonist gets involved in combat sports that tests the limits of their abilities. Starting off as an underdog, they work their way up by fighting against powerful adversaries. Both series holds tournaments as part of its story to introduce new fighters from around the world. And as the story progresses, we learn the various fighting mechanics in both series. Kengan Ashura is infamous for its violence and some mature content. On the other hand, Karate Shoukoushi Kohinata Minoru focuses more on action and storytelling in the ring.
Manga: Big Order
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Manga: Oukoku Game
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From both series, the main characters gets thrown into a scenario where they are blessed with special powers. These powers have potentials to change the world and we see how they use them throughout the story. Both series also contains twisty mystery especially in regards to the origins of the powers.
Manga: Gun x Clover
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Manga: Trash.
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Drawn by the same artist, both focus on highly skilled killers-for-hire battling it out in gritty, to-the-death fights.
Manga: Arachnid
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Manga: Trash.
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Female-lead assassins killing other assassins in a high school setting, and most of the pages are filled with detailed fight sequences.
Manga: Blade Play
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Manga: Zetsurin!
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Both have a MC who partners up with a young maiden and a holy spirit in an attempt to rid the world of demons. In order to accomplish the task our MC must use his "holy" powers which activate by feeling up women.
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