GE: Good Ending
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GE: Good Ending

Alternative Titles

Japanese: GE ~グッドエンディング~


Type: Manga
Volumes: 16
Chapters: 158
Status: Finished
Published: Aug 19, 2009 to Jan 9, 2013
Genres: DramaDrama, EcchiEcchi, RomanceRomance, SchoolSchool, ShounenShounen, SportsSports
Authors: Sasuga, Kei (Story & Art)


Score: 7.851 (scored by 2239122,391 users)
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Ranked: #10082
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Popularity: #205
Members: 42,171
Favorites: 1,822


Written by the same author, both series crafts story with a lot of romance themes/angles involving the main male protagonist. There is also an immense amount of drama when it comes to relationships as their story progresses. GE: Good Ending has some additional elements of sports themes while Domestic na Kanojo offers more maturity. Be warned that both series has a weak protagonist who can be frustrating to get used to with his role in the story. 
reportRecommended by Stark700
Love triangles? Check. Disappointments? Check. Plot twists? Check. If you liked one, chances are you will like the other.  
reportRecommended by radiantfire
Seemingly slice-of-life type of romance stories full of drama and comedy. 
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A similar foundation is shared by these series. Firstly, both Good Ending and Suzuka are relatively dramatic in nature - one that is filled with surprises, hidden intentions, and broken hearts. Secondly, sport is associated as a backdrop in both series. 
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Both these serialisations revolve around the romance-related experiences of the male protagonist. Expect to see a lot of misunderstandings, confusion, jealousy, and drama mixed in with some comedy and slice-of-life aesthetics. 
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If you are looking for shounen romance with a tennis backdrop, then check these two publications out. Although one is more implanted in sport and the other in drama, they both showcase the sport of tennis. 
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Basically, the ecchi version of GE. If you read one, you'll probably know what will happen in the other. 
reportRecommended by Lolipedophin
Both of these are Harem-type Manga, that looked boring as soon as I read the descriptions for them. But they both turned out to be very enjoyable! Though I prefer Umi No Misaki 
reportRecommended by Keita-Kun5
Starts off practically the same, except the genders are switched: GE - the main character (guy) gets coaching from a girl to help with his love life High School Debut - the main character (girl) gets coaching from a guy to help with her love life 
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Their characters. That's all I'm gonna say. Both MCs are good-natured at heart, though GE did a better job at creating an awesome MC (the less perverted one). There are pushy girls in the two mangas as well. Now some people might think otherwise, but from what I see, they are equally as selfish and equally as persuasive. It just depends on how the MCs interpret them. It might seem like I'm not giving this recommendation much justice since all I mention were two characters, and I somewhat agree. I'm way too into character interactions and development. Trust me on this though, just take a look at  read more 
reportRecommended by DBoayy2
Both manga are on the same harem genre, school life genre. But GE is a more serious harem-romance-drama manga, compared to Nisekoi 
reportRecommended by shirokun98
Both manga involve the MC having many girls that fell in love with him and when you read them you want one of the other girl to hook up with the MC instead; instead of the one he loves. Some people might agree or disagree but both manga are good stories about school life romance drama. 
reportRecommended by AkatsukiUlquiora
Both manga have a slice of life and romantic high school story narrative. Both main male characters have multiple female characters that are interested in them but the male character is too shy to show his real feelings. With a lot of love interests also comes with its fair share of drama which both stories have. Both of these manga have romance, ecchi, school, drama and shounen genre elements. 
reportRecommended by Obeythealfa
Both have a school romance plot and both main male characters are involved in photography. Both series also have a harem and a modest amount of ecchi fan service with very good art work. Female characters are drawn particularly well 
reportRecommended by kuglefang
In these two series, we follow the protagonist in his quest for his senpai's love. Do note however that this is only the case for one of the protagonists in Musunde Hiraite. 
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Both series are highlighted by romance and racquet sports. A good deal of drama is also present in both. 
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Very similar plot lines with hopelessly indecisive male lead surrounded by women who love him as he bounces from one heroine to another, often without properly ending his current relationship. The feeling of these two series is almost exactly the same after the end of the first major arc in Video Girl Ai, so if you liked one you'll probably like the other. 
reportRecommended by jacobpaige
Both belong to the same genre (High school romance) Both have very good artwork with a fair bit of panty flash added to it Both have a female lead with a similar tragic past although Bitter Virgin's heroine has it much worse than Good Ending's. In both titles the male lead does whatever he can to deal with the girls tragic experience although GE doesn't do this until later (maybe I just gave away a spoiler here) 
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IN both Reaching you and Ge Good Ending the main protagonists are somewhat outcast individuals who receive help from a school's popular icon who they eventually develop feelings for. In Reaching you Sawako (the unsociable and spooky shut out) and Kazehaya (the school's most popular guy) develop feelings for each other as Kazehaya helps Sawako interact with her classmates. While in Ge Good Ending Utsumi (the cowardly socially awkward shut out) deveops feelings for Kurokawa (beautiful woman out of his league) as she helps him win over his unrequitted love. Both have interesting plot twists, but if I was asked which is my  read more 
reportRecommended by danm
Romance between students, ecchi scenes. Although both contain a lot of ecchi scenes that is not its only selling point, both titles have unique and captivating and often times funny scenes 
reportRecommended by kuglefang
Both manga have a dark feeling along the way when you read it but then when you reach the ending you'll be surprise. Well anyways the similarity in this two manga is that you expect the other girl.  
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