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Sonnan ja nee yo

Sonnan ja nee yo

Alternative Titles

English: It's Not Like That
Synonyms: Sonnanja Neyo, Sonan Jyanaiyo
Japanese: そんなんじゃねえよ


Type: Manga
Volumes: 9
Chapters: 38
Status: Finished
Published: 2002 to 2006
Authors: Izumi, Kaneyoshi (Story & Art)
Serialization: Betsucomi


Score: 7.391 (scored by 842 users)
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Ranked: #48612
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Popularity: #4684
Members: 2,067
Favorites: 5


Both manga are about two pretty hot brothers, opposites in both looks and personality, who are in love with their extremely plain short-haired sister. Sonnan Ja Ne Yo is a shoujo, while Brothers is a comedy-centered shounen. 
reportRecommended by RenaPsychoKiller
Romance between people living under the same roof in a complicated family situation. Marmalade Boy is between step-siblings in a silly two-family setup, whereas Sonnan ja nee yo has siblings trying to figure out how they're actually related and whether one of them is adopted. Sweet love stories and cute humour ensue! 
reportRecommended by lithiumflower
storylines are just about the same and they're both really enjoyable reads... ..what else do you need to know? 
reportRecommended by Bluerose2095
Sonnan ja nee yo is really different than this manga but if u like this tipe of filing of taboo u will like this manga 2,BUT Saijoukai De Dakishimete is las complex than Sonnan ja nee yo. 
reportRecommended by evelyndepaula
"Incest" & comedy 
reportRecommended by ajayfabro
Both have awesome brothers who defend the main character and let no guy go near her. The two have a love triangle... 
reportRecommended by OtomeCata
same brother complex, and same family love rivals and similarly the girl gradually begins to understand her feelings 
reportRecommended by Neonfun
love triangles involving a seemingly ordinary girl and two guys willing to go to any length for that girl 
reportRecommended by lujsy
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
Although "Suki" to Ienai is only a one-shot, like Sonnanja Neyo (aka Sonan jyanaiyo), it deals with the romance and relationships between brother and sister. 
reportRecommended by reacquaintance
Both deal with the development and obstacles within brother-sister relatioships. Cherry Juice tend to be more light-hearted while Sonnanja Neyo (Sonan Jyanaiyo) sometimes hold more serious thought toward the incest theme. 
reportRecommended by reacquaintance
Both mangas deal with the development and obstacles of taboo relationships. In Ai Hime, it's between uncle and niece; while in Sonnanja Neyo (aka Sonan Jyanaiyo) it's between two brothers and their sister. 
reportRecommended by reacquaintance
Tetsu and Shizuka remind me of Yoh and Haruna.  
reportRecommended by XDKeriDX
the protagonist of both is a seemingly ordinary and plain girl. she struggles with her friends and love interests in discovering who they are based on the past or their parentage. both mangas have a plot set in contemporary times and a subplot within the past that drastically affects the fate of each character 
reportRecommended by lujsy