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Family Complex

Family Complex

Alternative Titles

English: Family Complex
Japanese: ファミリー・コンプレックス


Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 6
Status: Finished
Published: 1999 to 2000
Authors: Tsuda, Mikiyo (Story & Art)
Serialization: Wings


Score: 7.481 (scored by 1975 users)
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Ranked: #39012
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Popularity: #2596
Members: 3,658
Favorites: 24


Both series deal with problems within a family, as well as depict a nice loving family. 
reportRecommended by Pyapi
They both are about famalies, and how they solve their problems. They also have a favorite sibling that they all love and dear. 
reportRecommended by princess9
both main characters are the youngest in the family and loved and doted on by their older brothers both suffer from an inferiority complex, after comparing themselves to their older brothers (for different reasons though, and in minna ai no seine it develops due to the brothers behaviour) 
reportRecommended by Shiharu
Both are stories about a middle school kid that's standing in the shadow of their dazzling family members. Both of them have issue's with being not so pretty or talented as their parents or siblings, unable to realise they are the center of their family-universe. 
reportRecommended by bleeb
In both titles the main character has various complexes about his/her family. 
reportRecommended by doorotka
Both are slice of life comedies about a misfortuned boy and his unusual, bizzarre family full of good-looking traps and reverse traps. Plenty of manly females, effeminate males, and hilarity. 
reportRecommended by RenaPsychoKiller
Both are about a highly likeable protagonist who is considered the one plain-looking member of an otherwise gorgeous family, and though Sonnan ja nee yo gradually turns romantic, both are pretty darn funny. 
reportRecommended by lithiumflower
One volume manga series about the cute and often silly experiences of a set of four siblings -- with the main difference being that Clover is about four girls and gives everything a girls love tinge, while Family Complex has both boys and girls and more diverse subject matter. (Natsuru's section would be right at home in the midst of Clover's chapters, though!) 
reportRecommended by lithiumflower
They are both about how this one child is the only normal or average person in the whole family. Dear My Girls is about an untalented girl while Family Complex is about this average guy. 
reportRecommended by bunnychii