Hakushaku to Yousei
The Earl and The Fairy
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Hakushaku to Yousei

Alternative Titles

English: The Earl and The Fairy
Synonyms: The Count and the Fairy
Japanese: 伯爵と妖精

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 4
Chapters: 16
Status: Finished
Published: Aug 23, 2008 to Apr 24, 2010
Genres: FantasyFantasy, RomanceRomance, ShoujoShoujo, SupernaturalSupernatural
Authors: Tani, Mizue (Story), Ayuko (Art)
Serialization: The Margaret

Statistics

Score: 7.501 (scored by 41724,172 users)
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Ranked: #25612
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Popularity: #1088
Members: 11,064
Favorites: 114

Recommendations

Both take place in England and contain fairies and such that adds to the Fantasy genre. Both also has romance and the story starting out with the main male character saving the main female character. 
reportRecommended by HeyHarp
The stories involve headstrong young girls trying to make their way in life with a world of fairies. While in HtY the lead wants to become a fairy doctor in Sugar Apple Fairy Tale the lead desires to make sweets both humans and fairies can enjoy. Through their journeys they do things other people do not understand because either those do not believe in fairies or treat fairies as slaves. But despite that the girls still want to help others. 
reportRecommended by fiore777
Both have major characters who have unique eyes (or a single eye) that enable them to see supernatural creatures (ghosts in STY and fairies in HTY). They solve mysteries related to these creatures. Both have romantic elements (more subdued and relaxed in STY) and, like most detective type stories, they move from case to case. 
reportRecommended by Sundog
Both have supernatural/fantasy elements, though in Kamisama, it's familiars and gods and stuff, while in Earl, it's fairies. Both are a great read, considering they have great art, and a not-so-typical storyline. They both have a bit of everything, and are sure to please. 
reportRecommended by NightsofDawn
-Both of them involve a lower status girl and a high status blonde guy. -Both of the girls want to become a certain profession (Shirayuki wants to be a pharmacist and Lydia wants to be a fairy doctor) -Both of the heroines come across the main males through chance. 
reportRecommended by chinesecartoonz
Both are to do with someone who is "wanted" and the female protagonist helps them with their search for something (In Vampire Game, it's Phelios' reincarnation, while in Hakushaku to Yousei, it's a legendary sword.) The main difference being that Ishtar wants to help, while Lydia wants to be paid to help. The character developments are well paced and each chapter makes you hunger for more. The art is also wonderful in both! 
reportRecommended by NightsofDawn
Both have as protagonist a fairy doctor. 
reportRecommended by Orulyon
Very similar type of romance and beautiful drawings. Both female leads are independent and are accustomed to being treated a certain way. Both male leads are persistently pursuing a female who, while being treated extraordinarily, seems to be convinced they do it to all girls. Hakushaku deals with magic and nobles in England and is a bit more actiony. The female lead lacks confidence because of awkwardness. The female lead in Maid however, has a lot of confidence and is brash. Maid-sama takes place high school Japan. Both are good romantic shoujo's. Nothing disgusting though I like both like to push boundaries. 
reportRecommended by kilimonian
Set in 19th century England, both have bishounen, some supernatural and magic element. Both are comedy with a little bit of action (in Kuroshitsuji there is much more) 
reportRecommended by doorotka
Main Themes: Fantasy & Romance. Both female leads are strong and surrounded by bisshies. A touch of mystery also included. 
reportRecommended by RRamaII
Both series have European fairies as their core subject. Fairy Cube is a contemporary urban fantasy while Hakushaku to Yousei is a period piece, but they both have a nice balance of action, intrigue, and romance. 
reportRecommended by lithiumflower