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Watashi ga Motenai no wa Dou Kangaetemo Omaera ga Warui!

Watashi ga Motenai no wa Dou Kangaetemo Omaera ga Warui!

Alternative Titles

English: No Matter How I Look at It, It's You Guys' Fault I'm Not Popular!
Synonyms: WataMote, Watashi ga Motenai no wa Dou Kangaete mo Omaera ga Warui!, It's Not My Fault That I'm Not Popular!
Japanese: 私がモテないのはどう考えてもお前らが悪い!

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Aug 4, 2011 to ?
Genres: Comedy, School
Authors: Tanigawa, Nico (Story & Art)
Serialization: Gangan Online

Statistics

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Ranked: #19582
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Popularity: #166
Members: 29,632
Favorites: 1,986

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Both main characters have limited contact with others and most of the dialogue takes place in the main character's head.

In Onani Master Kurosawa the main character wants to be left alone. While in "It's My Fault I'm Not Popular" the main character strives to popular but lacks even the most basic social skills.

 
reportRecommended by Jackster27
Both talk about people who despairingly want to fit in the society.While Kurosawa wants to be accepted by his workmates, Kuroki wants to be accepted not only by his classmates as a colleague, but as a girl and even as a normal person. Both mangas are very uncomfortable, and show us how far people go, just to fight loneliness and be accepted. 
reportRecommended by Trionout
Both main characters kind of look the same at a distance but the difference is that in one series the girl is ugly while in the other the girl is hot (But both characters still look cute) . Both characters are kind of weird and have a rather awkward social life.

Both series also share a similar setting and are both pretty funny and amusing because of the unexpected events that happen 
reportRecommended by kuglefang
Being popular, getting a girlfriend..it's all a troublesome sea of relationships. In NazeToudouin, the MC has gone his whole life without a girlfriend and the manga portrays his attempts at getting one, in WataMote, instead of a girlfriend, she's just trying to be popular. Both protagonists want to create relationships with other people, and their stories show their painful struggles. 
reportRecommended by -Kazu
They tell the everyday life of a girl through inner monologues about her strange situations in school.  
reportRecommended by BlindNoldor
Both series are by the same author and have similar audiences in mind. Plus in both stories the main character's a quirky girl that you can't help but like, and who also adds quite a bit of humor to the mix. 
reportRecommended by mignone
Watamote and Himouto are about two bizarre female characters who are has an indoor persona although they try to hide it from others at school. Their indoor-like life when not around school focuses on the otaku culture including anime, manga, and games. Both series adapts slice of life comedy with no linear story but a lot of humor. It's important to note that the female protagonist in Himouto is fairly popular at school while the female protagonist from Watamote is not. 
reportRecommended by Stark700
From both manga series, there is a very shy girl who is considered an outcast and finds herself difficult speaking to others and making friends. This is often portrayed in a humorous and sometimes exaggerated way.

Both manga titles offers a slice of life feeling involving the main girl and what she does.

Both manga has a school life setting. They both also have a lot of funny dialogues and humor. 
reportRecommended by Stark700
The protagonists of both series are unorthodox, socially inept to a ridiculous extent, and capable of providing endless comic relief as they work their way towards the normality that most others take for granted. Neither Kuroki Tomoko (WataMote) nor Nakahara Sunako (YamaNade) are anything close to the average shoujo heroine—or any generic manga heroine, for that matter. Their uniqueness allows their respective series to hold positions as two of the arguably most transgressive, norm-defying manga in circulation. 
reportRecommended by mechato
Both titles have socially awkward female characters who seem to mostly cause their own trouble. If you like the cringe factor of one, you'll love the cringe factor of the other. 
reportRecommended by RexInvictus
Both are slice of life comedies where the protagonist struggles to fit into society due to their warped thinking and end up resenting it. 
reportRecommended by Tang42
Socially awkward female main characters. Hitoribocchi has cuter awkwardness than WataMote but both are equally funny and enjoyable (if you can handle the occasional sympathy cringe). 
reportRecommended by Einya
Both main characters are addicted to dating sims games.  
reportRecommended by punkfairy
A little different from your usual manga. Vitamin has a more shoujo element though. 
reportRecommended by marshwillow
Both run on black comedy that makes you cringe at the protagonists' embarrassment, while they fail at any attempt to improve their lives.  
reportRecommended by ReaperCreeper
School comedies with nonsense but hilarious situations that will sure make you laugh. Also, Mokocchi and Harima remind me of each other: they just want people to like them, but nothing goes as planned so they end up failing at everything they do. 
reportRecommended by Kiiroi
If you loved the laughter that Binbougami ga! presents, you will love the insanity that is Watamote. You won't be able to put either of these down. 
reportRecommended by avluis
Both female protagonists see themselves as being ugly, and are thus antisocial. While Watashi ga Motenai (rest omitted) is much more comedic with her awkwardness; Kasane is much more darker, dealing with a supernatural element that carries the story about bullying, and what it can drive some people to do. 
reportRecommended by 4kicks
Both main characters kind of look the same at a distance but the difference is that in one series the girl is ugly while in the other the girl is hot (But both characters still look cute) . Both characters are kind of weird and have a rather awkward social life.

Both series also share a similar setting and are both pretty funny and amusing because of the unexpected events that happen 
reportRecommended by kuglefang
The main characters struggle to fit in and make friends in class in these shounen comedies. 
reportRecommended by Jackster27
Both manga utilize a formula of making black comedy every chapter out of the embarrassing misadventures of the unfortunate female protagonists. In Zonbicchi, the comedy revolves around the embarrassing ecchi delusions the protagonist Sakina is forced to have, while in WataMote, the comedy is derived from the actual embarrassing misfortunes of the protagonist Tomoko. 
reportRecommended by SayakaMagica
Both feature lead females, who want to expand their world (horizontally in the case of B Gata H Kei). Both are hindered by their own unreasonable imaginations. Which lead them into ridiculous flights of fancy that, are so absurd, when they crash you can only wince in sympathy (and laugh so hard you cry). 
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