both are WAYYYY too similar.
-both MC's are delinquent-type characters and are treated as such. their personalities are similar as well. quite likable MC's.
-both have to deal with a number of messed in the head type girls
-both are the tsukkomi (straight man) while almost literally everyone else is a boke (idiot)
-the female MC is probably the most weirdest and dangerous out of all the other girls (in many different ways~)
-both have a tsundere that ACTUALLY a tsundere, not a b----, so their actually quite likable, and I think their the fan favourites as well.
-you will laugh, a lot actually when you read this.
Both manga series has a similar feeling with the artwork, style, and the way it presents itself. They both involve a main male protagonist meeting some very strange female characters.
The main female character in both series have similar personalities.
Both series also involves lighthearted comedy, drama, and some romance that's portrayed as being humorous rather than a serious relationship.
Both series also has a fun way of presenting school life.
They're. Too. Damn. Similar. GDI
- Same type of MC: *supposedly* loner delinquent, unfortunate perpetual tsukkomi
- Same circumstances: high school slice of life, MC dealing with massive boke daily, some girls have a crush on MC, random irrelevant background characters do random commentary
- Similar heroine no. 1: persistent boke, size little, stick around MC a lot
- Similar heroine no. 2: cute, likable tsundere
- Seriously... you will laugh a lot on both
Do you like tsukkomi? They have it, and that's what made them both HILARIOUS !! It,s great to find some manga consist a group of girls that act so random with perfect straight-man.
Maybe i'll choose D-Frag more than Fujimura, but these manga had me laughed so hard. Once again, if you are a kind of person that will laughed at random acts and short-yet-funny tsukkomi, i recommend these.
Both characters revolve around a male protagonist who is tsukkomi.
Both protagonists are considered delinquent students.
Many idiotic/abstract female characters in both.
Fujimura-kun Mates is slightly more focused on romance, but it's usually not anything serious.
A lone male Tsukkomi, who once lived a peaceful life, is dragged into a (mostly female) world of boke. Some of the girls have a crush on the lead male, though he is oblivious. Both have sexual jokes, though varying in "maturity level".
an ignorant highschool male tsukkomi get dragged to an after school activity by bunch of highschool female boke who will (or is) in love with him and most of the time the jokes are sex jokes.
this could describe both series well.
Both manga series have similiar situations
~Leading protagonist into a harem situation.
~The heroine's popular on the school.
~Lot of humor with romance.
Both manga's ridiculously crazy and every chapter will make u laugh.
both mangas have a delinquent and a class rep. The yankee guy was dragged by the class rep to enjoy school more. The class rep are both crazy[well they do unrealistic things that brought a lot of humor].. and when I saw fujimura-kun mates manga, the first thing that comes to my mind is yankee-kun to megane-chan..^^
Both of these titles revolve around male protagonists who start off in seemingly bad states (Hayate is poor and Haru is seen as a delinquent), but end up developing relationships (friendships and romantic ones) with a number of female characters. Comedy in both titles often come as a result of parody, but also through the exaggerated use of romantic cliches.