Both mangas have weary similar leading character groups. We have this girl who is chased by some kind of organization/family and somehow she manages to get a bodyguard who is rely good at what he does to promise to protect here at all times. Offcorse the bodyguard has a friend who helps him with tactics and stuff.
The hero with the super skill (swordsmanship/marksmanship) and his companions protecting a young girl from a powerful organization employing elite killers who seeks to use the girl for "world" domination.
While their setting aren't alike, both series has a main male protagonist who vows to protect a young girl's life. They encounter dangerous adversaries that tests the limits of their abilities with their lives often at stake. Both series are also known for their action and superhuman feats for the unnaturally gifted. Throughout the story, we also learn much more about the main protagonists including their backgrounds. There is a decent amount of violence and mature context in both series so proceed with caution.
In both series, the main protagonist possesses unique gift and potentials to do great things. The relationship they develop with other characters also has profound influence in the story. Both series are known for their action and violence. Their presence also attracts powerful rivals as they discover their true potentials. The Breaker also has some subtle romance while Shi ga Futari wo Wakatsu focuses more on complex relationships.
Mamoru and Jin are similar characters, both come off as rather surly lone wolfs, but they are nice guys beneath their tough exteriors and have soft spots for their friends and allies whom they employ their unique abilities to protect. The art is very clean and clear, and both titles have secret organizations sending assassins with special abilities after the hero and his allies leading to duels where strategy is as important as force.
Shi ga Futari wo Wakatsu Made and Zetman are series that focuses on a dark realm of society. The main male protagonist are mysterious characters with a shady past but they do have a gentle heart when it comes to protecting what they care. Both series adapts supernatural elements so expect concepts out of the ordinary. There is also plot twists and revelations that reaches upon deeper than meets the eye. And finally, both series portrays a similar style of relationship developments with their complex nature.
Both series has a main male protagonist that also plays the role of an anti-hero. They are very skilled in combat and tactics to get jobs done. At the same time, their persona is represented by a complexity of their personalities.
There is a decent amount of action in both series and I recommend these two titles to anyone who is interested in a story with engaging development.
If you're looking for a series taking place in a mature setting, then you're in luck. Gangsta and Shi ga Futari o Wakatsu chronicles the stories of characters in an environment where there is violence. Survival also plays a part for the characters as events becomes evident that threatens their existence. There is also focus on specific characters and their relationships with others throughout both series that becomes prominent for development.
Somehow the characters of Until Death Do Us Part and Luck Stealer seem similar, each features both fighting, action, and killing as well as psychic powers. The mc's of these act heroically yet stoically, they do what they do for the sake of another, and each has certain flaws that hang over them, even though their abilities are well above others. They both defend and protect someone who is hunted by opponents who want to use and exploit them. Also each features a mature male lead and a young girl although the circumstances are quite different. They each have sort of a hero that is like the heroes of western comics like Batman or Spiderman in some ways. If you like heroic male leads and action I would suggest both of these.  read more
There's a certain kind of bond between Luck Stealer and Shi ga Futari wo Wakatsu Made. Although their premises aren't alike, both series creates a similar atmosphere throughout their perspective stories. The main characters are also gifted with a powerful ability and although are formidable also puts them into considerable danger. There are also battles of wit and psychological twists in both series as well to accompany its colorful cast of characters.
Jackals and Shi ga Futari wo Wakatsu Made shows readers a dangerous society that exists in their story. The main characters gets involved in events that are violent and dangerous for what normal people can comprehend. However, they have special techniques and skills that lets them get by. Both series features extensive action (with swordsmanship and armed combat) with a fine degree of mature elements. It's noticeable that Shi ga Futari wo Wakatsu Made also has sci-fi elements including special abilities. On the other hand, Jackals relies more on old school mercenary tactics.
When it comes to adapting supernatural fiction, both series operate with a lot of creative gimmicks. For instance, main male protagonist from both series has an condition with their eyes. Then, there are also many other characters that gets involved in the story with their own skills and abilities. Taking place in a more urban-like setting, expect crime, social issues, and underworld conflicts in their story as well.
Dogs: Bullets & Carnage and Until Death Do Us Part features some unusual elements that includes sci-fi and experimentation. There is a colorful cast of characters in both series and we learn much more about them. The first few chapters of both series also involves a special sword that sets up the course of the story. Both series contains a good amount of action as well as some mature content as we learn the dark realities in their world.
If you are a fan of Until Death Do Us Part, I would suggest City of Darkness, if you like action and fighting seinens they both feature that, with mc's that are loyal and work with a group. In Until Death Do Us Part, that is more combat, war, swordfighting, high tech and psychic powers while in City of Darkness it's gangs, mafia, and street fights. They come from different places of origin - City of Darkness is set in Hong Kong in a specific time period and deals with gangs and the triads while Until Death Do Us Part is more modern. Each has a excellent and distinctive art style. The mc's sometimes become friends with their rivals, yet each also has enemies that do inhuman acts as well. The characters and cast of both are very entertaining and I find they have a good mixture of enjoyment and tension.  read more
Historical stories about handicapped warriors - In both we see a man who was injured in battle with what could be a disability strive to overcome that and succeed against the odds by overcoming his own self.
In both manga the main characters belong to groups who chase criminals. In Switch they belong to the Narcotics Enforcement Department and in Until Death Do Us Part the group is more of a vigilante group. Both series deal a lot with gangs and have a lot of fighting.
These have strong male leads with considerable skills in their respective weapons. Both work for a strange organization and both travel with a young girl with mysterious powers. Both have a dark past which affects them still. Black Cat is more humorous than UDDUP but it is also filled with a lot of seinen bloodshed.
In both manga the main character works for a mysterious organization which involves killing. So if you liked the gore in UDDUP, then you might be interested in Kimi no Knife.
They both involve similar characters: a detective, a young girl with strange abilities etc; and give off a similar feeling.
They're both unique in their own way and have different storylines.
If you liked UDDUP then you will definitely like Kimi no Knife, and vice versa.
Same author, Ji-Hyung Song.
Both really good seinen manwha with sci-fi elements, amazing action scenes, cool characters with mysterious powers, and of course wonderful art.
UDDUP is way more famous, but XS deserves to be appreciated as well, since it’s even better.
totally different in story but i find both really realistic so if u liked the down on earth modern day stories with no random flying turtles or giant robots that shoots lasers should check out this series.
Both have a young girl with an ability to predict the future who is targeted by an evil group. Both girls use their ability to find a man who is strong enough to help them escape. Both girls secretly predict the relationship will end with romance despite the age differences.
Both will guarantee you constant tension and non-stop thrilling action. Bloody Monday tells the story of a genius high school hacker who fights (with help from his friends and his father's special police force) against a cult organization from unleashing a bio-weapon. Until Death Do Us Part tells the story of a girl who can very accurately estimate her own future, who will seek help from a blind swordsman (and a secret police organization) to escape from men who wants her power to predict the future.
The stories are not similar but both have blood-filled fight scenes and some kind of supernatural element (even though Haruka is the only one on UDDUP). If you enjoy the realistic art of UDDUP then you should try Deadman Wonderland. Both of the series have a hint of romance but very little compared to the action.
Both are great martial art mangas where some overpowered martial artists try to reach a common goal. While the stories are greatly different from one another, they still share some common features like the way the story just sucks you in and just makes you want to keep on reading nonstop.
Both really great mangas with awesome story-lines that feature completely mysterious, badass older males protecting younger females. In the case of Blood Alone, the female is an unawakened vampire. But stop! This isn't your typical vampire-manga, give it a shot, I swear! There's plenty of action, along with the little sweat interactions between the oblivious Kuroe, a vampire slayer, and Misaki, the girl he's protecting. If you liked the interesting dynamic of the two leads in Until Death Do you part, then you'll love Blood Alone.