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Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai

Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai

Alternative Titles

English: Haganai: I don't have many friends
Japanese: 僕は友達が少ない


Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Mar 27, 2010 to ?
Authors: Hirasaka, Yomi (Story), Itachi (Art)
Serialization: Comic Alive


Score: 7.701 (scored by 4901 users)
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Ranked: #21912
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Popularity: #464
Members: 15,726
Favorites: 295


Atmosphere quite similar, being that the story takes place mostly of time in their respective clubs. Kazama is a delinquent, while Kodaka is mistaken for one, and both have a hallmark with their hair. The two series are replete with humor, with hilarious situations in the daily life of the characters. 
reportRecommended by Candangz
Revolves around a group of misfits/unique individuals that doesn't have that many friends and ends up making a group. 
reportRecommended by elliston
Making friends, being more popular, there's overlap to be had in these two searches. Especially when you have a bunch of people who manage to end up so amusingly volatile at times. 
reportRecommended by fiore777
Composed of a group of characters as part of a club/council, Medaka Box and Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai are crafted by creativity. The main characters gets involved with activities/conflicts throughout both series. Through these experiences, they learn from mistakes while also making the most of their lives. Although they follow different premises, there is a lot of tension coming from both series as well when it comes to relationships. Recommended for fans who are interested in school life with atypical humor. 
reportRecommended by Stark700
Both have nice main characters that are cursed with a scary face (all because of their dad) and people think that they are delinquents. Both MCs were attacked a lot and thus learned to fight pretty well and both meet beautiful women and get along with them 
reportRecommended by deathmailrock
Both feature weird clubs. Also, there are lots of similarities between Kyon from Haruhi and Kodaka from Haganai, as they are both tsukkomi-type characters.  
reportRecommended by meganetteru
The main characters are vastly different (one aims to make a harem out of the girls, the other, to completely avoid them). However, the two manga share much in common. The male lead is surrounded by girls that constantly tease him, and he is left to pick up the slack. The group's antics are gag-filled, with plenty of boke-tsukkomi dynamic. Also, the two feature a lot of parodies. 
reportRecommended by notsureifsrs
Kirai ja Nai Kedo and Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai? Every Other Childhood Friends Tsundere Violent Delinquent Bespectacled Uke and Bullying Selfish Female (Yukimura Shuji and Mikazuki Yozora) with Younger Persistent Seme and Abusive Delinquent Violent Male (Shinonome Ryuichi and Hasegawa Kodaka) both this similar Kirai ja Nai Kedo is BL Manga and Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai is Seinen Manga  
reportRecommended by Madokaneechan78
Girl forms a club with reluctant boy in order to make friends. It's narration and style is very similar. 
reportRecommended by Bob_Squob
In both of these titles, the male protagonist is a member of an unusual club that consists of mostly female characters. As such, the male protagonist is oftentimes treated as the center of attention and many of the female characters begin to develop feelings for him. 
reportRecommended by radiantfire
Both feature clubs designed by students who are mostly considered outcasts. 
reportRecommended by radiantfire
These two serialisations have many similarities: a male protagonist who cannot ignore others who need help; two female characters who both hate each other and are attracted to the male protagonist; and the unique club to which the characters belong to. 
reportRecommended by radiantfire
Both Main Protagonists are mistaken for being Delinquents, so both have troubles making Friends. 
reportRecommended by RaiStorM
[x] slice of life [x] revolves around a club [x] laid back/snarky male lead [x] bossy/twisted/eccentric female lead [x] weird and socially awkward cast [x] clubroom maid [x] Yuki Nagato/Yukiko Nagata [x] both awesome 
reportRecommended by swaggerjacker
Same concept of a club consisting of socially incompetent people with no friends. Michiganite is a bit less bright and happy than Tomodachi ga Sukunai, and has fewer characters. 
reportRecommended by Anontastic
Both of these titles revolve around a male protagonist and his many female friends (some of whom are attracted to him). Both are light-hearted in tone with comedy and romance being their main focus. 
reportRecommended by radiantfire