Omae wo Otaku ni Shiteyaru kara, Ore wo Riajuu ni Shitekure!
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Omae wo Otaku ni Shiteyaru kara, Ore wo Riajuu ni Shitekure!

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: I'll Make You into an Otaku, so Make Me into a Riajuu!
Japanese: おまえをオタクにしてやるから、俺をリア充にしてくれ!


Type: Manga
Volumes: 7
Chapters: 39
Status: Finished
Published: Apr 27, 2012 to Jul 27, 2015
Genres: Comedy Comedy, Romance Romance
Theme: School School
Demographic: Seinen Seinen
Serialization: Comic Alive
Authors: Aoki, Mutsumi (Art), Murakami, Rin (Story)


Score: 7.211 (scored by 31253,125 users)
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Ranked: #57922
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Popularity: #2089
Members: 9,647
Favorites: 70



In both of these serialisations, the female protagonist requests assistance from the male protagonist to get closer to her crush.  
reportRecommended by radiantfire
Both these series have romance elements and an interesting story so far. They also both center around popularity and other people's impressions of the main character. The main characters are very self conscious. 
reportRecommended by StrawhatSabo
Both have a very similar premise: a gyaru and a loser nerd come together because circumstances and agree to help each other win over their respective crushes (a smooth, popular guy and a shy, cute girl respectively), but things don't quite go to plan when the feelings start to get mixed up 
reportRecommended by FinalReality56
The stories are different but there appears to be a lot of chemistry between the male lead and the female lead. Also both have comedy, romance, and great character designs. 
reportRecommended by shigeru212
Both stories feature a main character who is a closet otaku. Said characters actively try to keep this fact about themselves secret, while dealing with the fact that at least two people close to them know, or will discover this closely guarded secret. Both are also school life stories that have romantic subplots. 
reportRecommended by Coldlight
In both of these serialisations, a female protagonist starts wanting to learn about being an otaku in an attempt to get closer to the guy she likes. 
reportRecommended by radiantfire
One similarity between these two titles is that a female character becomes interested in a male character who happens to be otaku. Provided that she likes the aforementioned male character so much, she ends up investing herself in various otaku activities. 
reportRecommended by radiantfire
Literally "losers" trying learning to become normies, while this series the FMC is sort of a otaku I think she doesn't really learn much from the MC while she teaches him just how to look like he's a normal human being and not some depressed lout 
reportRecommended by Goukenslay