The heroine is scary and almost look exactly,black long hair which is hiding face,inexperience with outer world and never had a contact with anyone else,but in fact theyre quite pretty when their face is exposed
Oh, this my first recommendation. [:
The main characters Sawako (from Kimi ni Todoke) & Sunako (from The Wallflower) are two pretty distant girls, who have their perspective or you could say personality change by a group of friends. Both girls are viewed as frightening, and have a rather sad past, although tier past isn't really all that similar. They also look similar in a sense too, they both have long black hair. Both also are a shoujo too. Um, I really think if you enjoy reading Kimi ni Todoke try reading The Wallflower, or if your reading The Wallflower try reading Kimi ni Todoke. />
Sorry about my weak similarities... read more
You will probably find both female protagonists (Suwako, Sunako) will have many similarities. Not only do they look alike, but they both have self confidence issues, and throughout both mangas, you can slowly see them gain their confidence. Reading the Wallflower is like seeing what suwako would be like if she were actually as scary as everyone else thinks she is. Both are great reads!
Both manga involve a girl rejected by the first boy she liked. So, they sink into a stae of depression (aka "black" or scary). Kyouko loves curses, voodoo dolls where as Sunako collects skeletons and creepy stuff. Both of them believe in fairy tales or fantasies.
The difference is in Skip Beat! Kyouko is trying her best to come to the top of showbiz world coz she loves it(though she started out to just get her revenge on sho). Whereas Sunako is trying to become a lady(not really!!) just because her aunt wants her to become one.
All in all these two are typical shoujo manga with a "very different" or "strong" or crazy scary and beautiful heroines. Also...both of them are my favourites^_^ read more
Both series have got a LOOOOT of bishie, girl with an "original dark side" and to me, when Yahiro is thinking about Kyoku and Ren, he's somewhat like Yuki, Ranmaru and Takenaga when they talking about Sunako and Kyohei.
What a super quirky heroine who gave up on love? Or how about super dense "heros" who don't acknowledge what they know? Both Skip Beat and Yamato Nadeshiko Shichi Henge (otherwise known as Wallflower or Perfect Girl Evolution). Although the plot is radically different, several key qualities.
Both stories have main female characters who have broken hearts and swear never to love again. However, in Skip Beat! instead of become a dark horror loving girl, Kyoko joins the entertainment world to surpass the boy who used her and begins to find herself while learning how to act, from the ground up.
They're really similar except in Wallflower it's one girl and group of boys and in Kuragehime there's one (cross-dressing) boy and group of girls. In both the boy(s) try to make the girl(s) who don't care about their appearance look beautiful.
Taking place a in modern time setting, we have a =cast of characters in a colorful story. The main female character aren't very attractive but does try to find a way to fit in. Their relationships with others evokes a variety of emotions. Both series are also known for their comedy. Do take note that Kuragehime has some more gender bender tropes while Yamato relies more heavily on its gags. However, if you're a fan of a humorous story with fashion and style, then give both a shot.
First of all, I like "The Wallflower" better. "Gokuraku Seishun Hockey Club" has the same feel to it, though. Main characters are also very much alike. It's something between "The Wallflower" and "Ouran High School Host Club".
She is an average girl surrounded by handsome boys in a similar reverse harem. The fact that she is indifferent to the guys is also similar. She has her own likes ( she likes goth and skeletons and horror movies ) and she is not a feminine type character in many ways, she just likes to do her own thing and is a bit tomboyish with a goth slant to it. The guys are supposed to try to get her to be more feminine and ladylike but that never works for long. She often is the one taking care of all the guys, although they are supposed to be reforming her. She does not want to be a "radiant being" and prefers the darkness, which is often pretty funny.  read more
Although the main female in HYD isn't gloomy like Sunako, both of them are strong and surrounded by four good-looking guys. Other characters are also alike in personalities and both are romances with some comedy. Both stories are really sweet and you'd probably enjoy them.
Both have reverse-harem, romance comedy. Both female leads are strong and the guys are the most popular people in school. And the characters Ranmaru Morii (YNSH) and Akira Mimasaka (HYD)are really similar too(both are playboys that have taste for older women). If you liked one you will possibly like the other.
This manga gives the same feel as Yamato Nadeshiko Shichi Henge because both stories are very long but Tokyo Crazy Paradise is already completed and scanlated so this could be a very good past time while waiting for the new releases of YNSH!
In Yamato and Koibana!, the female leads have a physical averse reaction to the male population that doesn't allow them to socialize properly. They have to cope with being around handsome men that just wont leave them alone.
They are both about cute people living under the same roof for free. They both have something that they need to accomplish, or do. With the wallflower, there is a time limit and they are expected to finish the task by the end of a certain time, but in house of beauties, they need to accomplish their task BEFORE they get to live in the house.
If you like Perfect Girl Evolution / Wallflower you might like Tamara. The stories are very different, but if you like humor mixed with occasional decapitation and handsome ghosts give it a try. Tamara has a strong girl character who does not fit in anywhere, and she makes those she lives with crazy but she has spunk and there is a supernatural story line. Tamara is by the mangaka of Mars.
A female protagonist being the center of attention by the opposite sex in both manga's. Both stories have very funny comedic scenes, showing the awkward situations the main character gets herself into. The two female characters go through a drastic change that draws unwanted attention in their daily everyday life. Both narratives have Comedy, Romance, and harem genre elements.
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.
Although the mangaka are not the same, the story is quite similar. They both have a girl as the main characters and whatever she lacks in beauty and looks, she makes up for it in her studies. The girl is surrounded by four handsome boys that help her look better than she is and she learns that she is beautiful.
Both female main characters have severe aversions to beautiful things (to the point of a physical reaction) brought on by rejections by boys in the past.In Beauty, the girl gets sick and throws up when seeing beautiful things. In PGE, the girl gets nosebleeds when seeing beautiful things.
Maria could be branded as anti-social. But despite her sharp tongue, she wants to change and tries to lovely transform although she tends to become even more scarier when she tries to. But nevertheless, Maria wants to change for the better.
Sunako of Yamato Nadeshiko is also anti-social and she loves scary things. She's the exact opposite of Maria who wants to be loved. Sunako is detached to the world and she doesn't want to change. She hates beautiful things and her friends are dummies from anatomy class. She's happy with her life, the only problem is, the four guys she's living with are the ones who tries to change her into a beautiful fine lady. And she hates their schemes for 'the perfect girl evolution' transformation. read more
Hana to Akuma and the Wallflower are very different manga's with very different settings. While Wallflower is about an eccentric girl surrounded by bishies, Hana to Akuma is about a dumb (but very sweet) girl, that was raised by a demon.
There is a reason for recommending these very different stories though. These stories aren't like Bleach p.e. that it is never-ending. I recommend these series 'cs every chapter is a story on its own. Sometimes it is a few chapters long, but you'll never get the idea you read a manga stitched together from cliffhanger to cliffhanger.
Both are definitely worth a try since they are both very sweet, romantic and enchanting. read more
Both stories main female character have aversions towards the opposite sex. In Yamato Nadeshiko Shichi Henge Sunako can't look at a dazzling creature (beautiful people) with out having a nose bleed, where as The Devil Within Rion can't stand being near devils (grown up males). Both are super funny and supper cute. If you enjoy one you'd definitely enjoy the other ^^.