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English: Tegami Bachi: Letter Bee
Synonyms: Tegami Bachi to Dingo
Japanese: テガミバチ


Type: Manga
Volumes: 20
Chapters: 100
Status: Finished
Published: Sep 6, 2006 to Nov 4, 2015
Authors: Asada, Hiroyuki (Story & Art)
Serialization: Jump SQ


Score: 7.971 (scored by 5794 users)
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Ranked: #9882
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Popularity: #372
Members: 15,298
Favorites: 719


Both have almost the same kind of traces, aspects and world, besides the "dark" atmosphere they transmit. The action part is the same kind too. 
reportRecommended by Buruno
Both series are set in a fantasy universe with hints of science and feature young prodigious protagonists working in unusual government positions. As the series progress, they begin to uncover dark secrets about the true nature of the worlds they live in. 
reportRecommended by lithiumflower
Both animes display some similarities like, for instance, they involve Organizations and have as main protagonist a little boy who searches for his lost friend. Along the way he starts working for the organization and makes new friends while he tries to find out the truth about the disappearance of his friend.  
reportRecommended by Orulyon
When reading No. 6, I couldn't help but think about Tegami Bachi where there is a centralized government with a main city while the poorer people live on the fringe outside of a barrier and only certain people can pass through. Both stories involve lovable ((white haired)) characters investigating mysteries of their world to discover brutal truths behind them, and both can really fill you with feels. Also, you don't want to mess with the insects in either of these manga //laugh// The art in both is really great, too! 
reportRecommended by Kangchenjunga
About a young boy who enters a service industry (mail delivery, train conductor). Have similar sorts of worlds, with an undercurrent of class struggles. The people use magical stones (spirit amber, rainbow stone). 
reportRecommended by IceAndCream
Kiba feels like a more adult version of Tegami. They start off with a young boy who loses his family, and is taken around by a rather stoic adult. This adult works a maligned trade (as a letter bee, arms peddler). They explain that their wares are ambiguous: they can be used for good or evil. Weapons can be used to kill, letters can be used to tell lies or hurtful truths. The boy's eyes are opened to the truth of the world he lives in. Have a similar steampunk/Western style. 
reportRecommended by IceAndCream
Both stories where characters go on journeys. Often with that feeling of gentle sadness along the way. Although MnS is somewhat darker in tone. 
reportRecommended by fiore777
similar set up and initial framework. i think both are enjoyable reads. 
reportRecommended by danm
Tegami Bachi and Shinigami x Doctor have organizations that fight against a monster who kills humanity ,and when that monster is defeated they both live behind the memories of their victim in Tegami bachi it's in form of heart and in Shinigami x Doctor is in form of pollen. 
reportRecommended by Sleeping-Forest
Both manga series' star a 12 year-old boy who joins a large organization in hopes of finding his parent (Ging in HxH, Lag's mother in Tegami Bachi). These manga also have adventure, plenty of likeable characters, unique fantasy settings, and nice world-building that makes their worlds even more interesting. 
reportRecommended by Nei-san
Completely different settings and plot but Aria has some chapters about delivering letters that holds people's hearts and memories, so both manga shares the same magical image of writing and getting letters 
reportRecommended by Rychu_lubicz
The main characters has to deliver important letters or a person. They risk their lives for the letters. 
reportRecommended by csen
Both stories center on a kid who grows up to follow a profession because they admire someone they met. In Cristo, it's Towa, who admires the Orange-eyed Messiah and becomes a sweeper. In Letter Bee, it's Lag, who admires Gauche and becomes a letter bee to meet with him again. 
reportRecommended by InvisibleSparks
They feature young protagonists including a white haired boy that doesn't remember much about his past. Plus they're set in land with no sun with a very rigid class structure.  
reportRecommended by adamantine
Both main characters go on a journey to find someone while fighting with guns of power (magic). In both stories the main characters have a type of cute fighting assistant. The drawings have some similarity. The plots are both interesting; in Letter Bee he fights monsters as he journeys to find his lost friend, in Witch Hunter he fights witches as he tries to hunt down his witch-turned sister. Both characters posses unique powers that they grow into as the story moves forward. 
reportRecommended by DreamingSomeday
both have to deliver important letters 
reportRecommended by athens09
The settings are pretty similar: Letter Bee: people are corralled in 3 different areas based on class, those of higher class get to live closer towards the middle. People do not venture out of their regions due to Gaichuu which are large insects which steal peoples' "hearts". In Shingeki no Kyojin: There are 3 different areas or they call them walls. While it does not explicitly say that the areas are divided into classes, the king resides in the innermost area with the military police. The people do not venture outside the walls due to the titans that would kill them./> There is a lot of mystery involved in Shingeki no Kyojin and the nature of the titans as well as in Tegami Bachi and the Gaichuu's as well as the capital Akatsuki. read more 
reportRecommended by evelynie