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Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji

Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji

Alternative Titles

English: Wolf Girl & Black Prince
Synonyms: Junketsu Lullaby, Pierrot ja Nee yo, Kamatte-chan de Gomenasai!!, Kimi wo Suki ni Natta Riyuu, The Reason I Love You
Japanese: オオカミ少女と黒王子

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 16
Chapters: 67
Status: Finished
Published: Jun 11, 2011 to May 13, 2016
Authors: Hatta, Ayuko (Story & Art)
Serialization: Bessatsu Margaret

Statistics

Score: 7.731 (scored by 16270 users)
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Ranked: #20642
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Popularity: #162
Members: 39,303
Favorites: 1,057

Recommendations

The male leads remind me of each other, and the character interactions between the main couples are extremely entertaining. 
reportRecommended by aziza
Although Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji is still being published, I get the same vibe from these two. If you loved Itazura na Kiss like I did, I highly recommend this one. Both main female characters stuggle to obtain the love of the male. Also both males seem very cold and rude but end up being sweethearts <3 
reportRecommended by love95
both have a boy is super mean/ picks on the girl likes the girl but shows feeling by being mean and being bossy call their love interest a pet ITS SO EFFING CUTE LIKE HOW THEY THINK THEYRE HIDING THEIR FEELINGS BY BEING MEAN BUT THE LADIES KNOW WHAT THEY ACTUALLY MEAN TO SAY  
reportRecommended by RTPDJRT1
Both male leads treat the girl like a dog.  
reportRecommended by chitra89
In both these manga; the main leads aren't actually going out at first and the male lead likes to tease the heroine. 
reportRecommended by KWabbit
The character's personalities are very similar! Both of the guys are the popular guys of the school but don't really want to deal with the whole "problem" of dating someone, each because of different reasons. Because of that, both of have a hard time expressing their feelings until... the girl appears. The girls are both really caring towards the guys which causes them to open up and be more kind towards others. Overall, they're both light hearted manga about love with a bunch of comedy on the side! You'll enjoy both of them!!!! 
reportRecommended by curiouscreature
Both does have the same genres of Romance, Shoujo, and Comedy. The Sadist cool guy who is actually soft-heartened deep inside; And the Masochist innocent girl who gets into a lot of trouble that needs to be protected. There are also sweet moments that can catch one's eyes for every chapter. 
reportRecommended by Beezheen
Similar in that one person from both mangas are trying to get the other one to fall for them just as much as them, different in that in kaichou its the guy getting the girl and the girl doesn't lie constantly (if any at all). 
reportRecommended by Tripleheartnalu
Here we have our typical shoujo manga icy and moody prince with a cute puppy-like main female who is in love with him, dealing with a very weird not reciprocated love which she probably won't give up soon. Main girl on Seifuku strengthens the word 'innocent' while in Ookami Shoujo the boy strengthens the word 'cruel'. 
reportRecommended by automnesouriant
The main male character is very sadistic, while the girl is a helpless masochist. This is more on the humorous side, but it has romance :)  
reportRecommended by CannellaNotte
Though Ookami is much longer and more versed, they both include characters that act/seem similar to pets and portray loyalty. 
reportRecommended by miraiesuno
In both stories, the couples started to be fake lovers first before they fall in love with each other.  
reportRecommended by iellelicht13
In both mangas, there is a couple with a master-dog relationship. Both of the heroines are usually ignored by their boyfriends, much to the heroine's chagrin. Also, with the entrance of another guy, things start to crumble between their relationship, but things end up normal in the end. The love interest is also somewhat of a sadist, and teases their girlfriend too much.  
reportRecommended by chierii
The master and pet that turned out into a perfectly matched couple. 
reportRecommended by shanzuo
Wagamama is the shortened BL version of Oookami shoujo. You have the asshole seme who treats his partner like rubbish simply bc the partner confessed their feelings to the asshole first. The asshole strings them along, mistreats his partner, gets unfairly jealous over his partner even talking to others, is possessive, demanding etc etc but ofc, eventually, confesses his true feelings for his partner. Who, by the way, isn't a complete pushover, which is a redeeming factor in both manga 
reportRecommended by Sonal1988
Although these manga belong to diametrically opposite genres, I couldn't help but draw parallels between the two. On one hand you have MC1 - the light haired heart throb of the college who is famous for his looks. Since his looks were always the center of attention right from his childhood, it made people misinterpret/question his intentions, as a result of which he became a shut in and never had a serious relationship before. He also has a terrible attitude. On the other hand we have MC2 - dark haired, cute, clumsy and above average looking, who engages a relationship with MC because of their shortcomings.  read more 
reportRecommended by Sonal1988
Both manga have a similar premise. We have a blond and gorgeous tsundere, who is actually smarter than he looks, and a dark haired MC who ends up falling for that asshole. Their initial relationship is a love-hate one, which progresses onto both being comfortable enough to tease each other. Then our MC ends up falling for our tsundere (who realizes that later on) and then continues to be an asshole by teasing them about their feelings. I could go on, but then I'd be posting more spoilers about 110. Long story short: if you like asshole tsunderes with a heart of gold falling for your  read more 
reportRecommended by Sonal1988
These are two of my favorite mangas ever. What these two have in common may be what actually repels people from reading them: female main characters are liars who don't really measure the consequences for their acts and are really naive. Although, Liar x Liar takes place in a university, so Minato, the protagonist of that series, is more mature than Erika, who stars in Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji. The boys aren't really similar, except for being handsome, but you can find that in pretty much every shoujo manga. Even still, I could say they aren't really who they appear to be and that impacts  read more 
reportRecommended by DairyRoadway
Fuji & Kyouya are both sadistic guys who enjoy toying with a girl's emotions. But Fuji is a host club member & Kyouya is just a guy with a cold exterior, but both are almost impossible to know what they are thinking. Not to mention Erika and Sakura both get angry at the guys who treat them poorly. but still end up falling for the guy.  
reportRecommended by AnimeZ0id
Both are romance good girl-bad boy ,funny interesting and nice to read. 
reportRecommended by valia12341
In both mangas, girls have to act in a fake relationship with a boy that she doesn't love. Both females, do, eventually fall for the boy. Both males also have similar personalities, as they sometimes act like a "wolf king" (in Ookami-heika) or sadist (in Ookami Shoujo). Both males also have another side to them, an act that is put together as somewhat of a princely, or a good and kind act. Both mangas do have their similarities, as in Ookami-heika, it is held place in a historical royalty sort of setting, whereas in Ookami Shoujo, it's a high school everyday life setting.  
reportRecommended by chierii
Despite their different premises, Hapi Mari and Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji share several similar traits in their storytelling. The main female protagonist aren't very special and in the beginning lacks confidence. Their meeting with the main male protagonist changes their life drastically though as they develop a deeper relationships. Throughout their story, the duo encounters various obstacles ranging from love rivals to relationship conflicts. However, there is a strong bond between the two main leads that becomes more and more evident as the story progresses. 
reportRecommended by Stark700
Both series involve female protagonists who start off the relationship with some kind of subterfuge. In Ookami's case, the guy involved is immediately in on what it is while in Watashi he is not in the know from the start. Both the the guys are popular with the girls but keep up a facade when really what they are like is nearly the opposite of that nice persona they project. Then there's the male rival who is the shy type of character. 
reportRecommended by fiore777
Both female lead characters, are seeking desperately to make friends at the very beginning of the manga when they end up running into the male protagonist. Moreover, both male lead characters have a double personality: an angelical one, acting like a prince in front of everyone, and a devilish one towards the heroine. In the end, the two female leads end up being forced to be a fake girlfriend. 
reportRecommended by Myrga
There are two different stories but in my opinion they have the same romantic atmosphere. They are both tender and heartwarming with development of relations between characters as main theme of manga. For this reason, I suppose that this mangas differ from others with the same genre and similar stories, and because I rated this two higher and also reccomend it. 
reportRecommended by kamitsure
There are two different stories but in my opinion they have the same romantic atmosphere. They are both tender and heartwarming with development of relations between characters as main theme of manga. For this reason, I suppose that this mangas differ from others with the same genre and similar stories, and because I rated this two higher and also reccomend it. 
reportRecommended by kamitsure
Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji is still being published but I get the same vibe from these two. If you loved Lovely Complex like I did, I highly recommend this one. Both main female characters stuggle to obtain the love of the male.  
reportRecommended by love95
In both of these manga, the main leads aren't actually going out at first but the male leads start to like the female lead. They are pretty similar when it comes to female leads. Even though Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji still publishing, the story plot is very similar. 
reportRecommended by chitra89
The main characters have similar personalities. Ukyo is a "cruel" prince like Kyouya and Ran is excitable/dedicated like Erika. While reading Shounen Shoujo Romance I was really reminded of Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji.  
reportRecommended by mudskipper
Both series has somewhat of a similar premise when it comes to their premises. The gender roles are switched though as the main female character in Kimi wa Pet is the master while Ookami Shoujo to Kuro's Ouji's main male protagonist also plays that role. In terms of relationship building, they focus a servant/master relationship. However, as the series progresses, it's easy to see that the main characters has more than just a master/servant relationship. They also focus a lot on human emotions whether it's love, jealousy, anger, etc. Kimi wa Pet is more well known for some of its mature themes such as scandals,  read more 
reportRecommended by Stark700
In both mangas the protagonists fell in love with tsundere guys, they test the girls and make fun of them constantly, but eventually end it up fall in love with these girl. Both mangas are really funny, with cute characters and a lovely story. Absolutely recommendable. 
reportRecommended by a_i_r_e
Both series are well known for their romance angles. In particular, the main male protagonist is highly popular and has been confessed many times but always turns down each one. However, a girl does manage to get his attention and a relationship is formed between the duo. Throughout both series, there's also challenges that arises in their relationship as they experience youth. Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji relies more comedy while L-DK has more mature scenarios. 
reportRecommended by Stark700
Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji and Strobe Edge follows some classic shoujo tropes with romance and love triangles. The main female protagonist in both series lacks experiences in love and tries to build a relationship with another boy in the story. As time progresses, we see how much they connect both on a more personal level. Both series also has a main male protagonist with an outer cool image that other people seems to idolize.  
reportRecommended by Stark700
If you're looking for some romance, then these two series will definitely have something to keep an eye on. Both series focuses on relationship developments with the main characters. The main male protagonist has similar personalities with their cold personalities but warms up to their companion as they learn more about each other. Both series has a lot of drama that escalates with various circumstances. Throughout their story, we also see a different side of the male protagonist and realize that they may not be so bad after all. 
reportRecommended by Stark700
Both series are rom-coms that focuses heavily on character relationships. The main male protagonist has a similar personality who hides their real self from others. Initially, they treat the female protagonist as no more than a mere plaything but later on develops genuine feelings for her. There's also love triangles that develops as their story progresses. Exploring the days of school life while learning about love, both series mixes comedy, drama, and romance each chapter to a variety of degrees. Do note that Mitsu x Mitsu Drops contains some smutty scenarios while Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji focuses more on comedy. 
reportRecommended by Stark700
Both manga series involves a main female protagonist who gets blackmailed by the main male protagonist. However, as time goes on, both character grows closer and develops a relationship. Both series' main female protagonists has similar personalities and deals with many obstacles in their daily lives. Both series has a lighthearted mood although there is some emotions in various chapters. Both series has genres of comedy, drama, and romance. 
reportRecommended by Stark700
You have the typical perfect male shoujo lead who sparkles wherever he walks and gets confessions from fangirls everyday. Turns out, he's not as perfect and he actually has a "nasty" personality. Here's where the nice shoujo girl steps in and changes his world. Turns out, he has a nice side just for her.  
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