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Hajimete no Aku

Hajimete no Aku

Alternative Titles

English: My First Devil
Synonyms: My First Mr. Akuno
Japanese: はじめてのあく


Type: Manga
Volumes: 16
Chapters: 160
Status: Finished
Published: May 18, 2008 to Jun 18, 2012
Authors: Fujiki, Shun (Story & Art)
Serialization: Shounen Sunday


Score: 7.571 (scored by 2023 users)
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Ranked: #31272
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Popularity: #2001
Members: 4,942
Favorites: 69


Both follow characters who primarily belong to an evil organisation; even though they are not really evil themselves. 
reportRecommended by radiantfire
Both are about a fairly normal high school girl and a guy who has no sense of social norms and does all sorts of crazy stuff around the girl while shes in school. Also in both there's a hint of romance between them.  
reportRecommended by SPlKE
both are hilarious and random and have cute romance bits in them, if u like a raondom romantic comedy then hajimete aku and takkoku r for u!~  
reportRecommended by Roider
Both male leads in the manga are interested in the Japanese society for different reasons 
reportRecommended by Agent_Chimp
About a girl introduced to a world she didn't know existed, and her relationship with a boy who, though extremely intelligent, has no idea how to relate to others.  
reportRecommended by renjikuchiki1
both relate a story about a love relationship that the main characters try to hide, as well as the girls beating the boys up pretty bad. 
reportRecommended by renjikuchiki1
Two of the main similarities between these titles are: large and varied cast of characters, and narratives that mainly transpire within a school setting. Both titles also mainly feature comedic aesthetics, but sometimes mixes in elements of romance, drama, and sometimes even action. 
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Similarities include: a varied cast that allows for comic, romantic, and combat elements to transpire in the narrative; elements of sci-fi/fantasy intertwined in its seemingly slice-of-life style; and a prevalent sense of comradery amongst a group of friends. 
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Both of these titles feature very similar aesthetics; particularly in regard to their large casts and seemingly normal yet random circumstances they are put in. 
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