Raise wa Tanin ga Ii
Yakuza Fiancé: Raise wa Tanin ga Ii
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Raise wa Tanin ga Ii

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Japanese: 来世は他人がいい
English: Yakuza Fiancé: Raise wa Tanin ga Ii
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Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Aug 25, 2017 to ?
Genre: Drama Drama
Theme: School School
Demographic: Seinen Seinen
Serialization: Afternoon
Authors: Konishi, Asuka (Story & Art)


Score: 7.791 (scored by 43364,336 users)
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Ranked: #12742
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Popularity: #900
Members: 17,840
Favorites: 524

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Both stories revolve around criminal organizations, sport dark and quirky humor and have a capable female lead who becomes the target of obsessive love for a creepy, always-smiling crazy-ass male lead. Sinister and cute. 
reportRecommended by Trivialmadness
both have a masochistic fuckboy male lead along with a sharp tongued high school female lead 
reportRecommended by CANCELED-deboki
They both involve a lot of violence and possesive yandere characters. Where Mirai Nikki had a female lead be the yandere, Raise Wa Tanin Ga Li has the yandere being the male lead. Raise wa Tanin ga li, while involving a yandere within a heterosexual relationship during a violent enviornment, with their cast of very interesting characters allows you to be engaged in a relationship that's pretty self aware. 
reportRecommended by lihyoung
The dynamics between the characters are similar. They're both humorous, while Raise does become a bit darker as it focuses on gangs. They both are school stories, although Horimiya definitely focuses on school aspects more. Horimiya and Raise wa Tanin ga Ii have masochistic characters; Kirishima in Raise and Hori in Horimiya. The female leads in both manga aren't bland characters, and tend to have atypical characteristics; Yoshino from Raise isn't ridiculously strong, but can defend herself, and Hori from Horimiya becomes a different person when she's at home. The male leads also aren't typical, and become polar opposites of how they seem at first. 
reportRecommended by DessertThief
Both have arranged marriages between Yakuza gangs, and humor. 
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Both are basically thriller romantic comedies where the characters have multiple sides to their personalities and they have to constantly play a game of cat and mouse. The main characters in both of these series have ties to very shady and dangerous jobs and professions. 
reportRecommended by alpha_shadow
The main couple of both have the same sort of vibe, where both are scary sometimes and the main guy is kind of mysterious. The main girl and guy of the series also kind of look alike.  
reportRecommended by mrhpug
Both manga are about Yakuza, and have light hearted humor. Hina from Hinamatsuri is younger than Yoshino. Hinamatsuri also focuses more on a particular Yakuza group, while Raise wa Tanin ga Ii focuses on the dynamics between Yakuza groups. Lastly, Hinamatsuri has no romance, whereas Raise was Tanin ga Ii is about an arranged engagement between the two grandchildren of Yakuza gangs. 
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