Aa! Megami-sama!
Oh! My Goddess
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Aa! Megami-sama!

Alternative Titles

English: Oh! My Goddess
Synonyms: Ah! My Goddess
Japanese: ああっ女神さまっ

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 48
Chapters: 308
Status: Finished
Published: Aug 25, 1988 to Apr 25, 2014
Genres: ComedyComedy, FantasyFantasy, RomanceRomance, SeinenSeinen
Authors: Fujishima, Kousuke (Story & Art)
Serialization: Afternoon

Statistics

Score: 7.591 (scored by 61016,101 users)
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Ranked: #20622
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Popularity: #786
Members: 14,506
Favorites: 760

Recommendations

Same type of story. Ah My Goddess is about a lonely guy meeting a goddess and they fall in love. A.I. Love You is about a lonely guy making an AI girl computer program that happens to come to life and they fall in love. Both are slice of life romances. 
reportRecommended by DeathfireD
Average boy finds a goddess and fall in love. They are from the 80s so they have a similar technological background, and a couple of motorcycles scenes. 
reportRecommended by BlindNoldor
Romantic comedies featuring goddesses and devils.  
reportRecommended by BlindNoldor
Both tell the story of a more or less teenage male main character with a girl to their side they (have to) live together with. There are factions that want them to separate, on the other hand some people do everything they can to bring them closer together. Both mangas don't really follow a greater storyline, rather they are seperated into several short storys per manga. Though the main characters have totally different personalities, and the settings are also not really comparable, the way of telling the stories, and the stories themselves are quite similar. So if you liked Ranma, or Aa! Megami-sama! just because of the  read more 
reportRecommended by TheRacoonOfDeath
Two stories about true love. Takeo and Keiichi are both super nice guys who have had bad luck with romance, until they find the love of their lives.  
reportRecommended by Jerakor
Orthodox old school harem manga. 100% similar plot with different setting. Average male MC encounters a goddess falling from above. Unusual supernatural slice of life comedies.  
reportRecommended by ys19931006
Kinda same story, servant girl gets attached to a guy 
reportRecommended by BelatedDeath
It is verry similar in the story of a boy who have terreble luck 
reportRecommended by DARKFIREWOLF
Similar starting premises to both manga. Guy makes a wish and a goddess(es)/angels descends from heaven/future to grant it, create a contract & ends up living with him (Keiichi/Akito). There's a goddess/angel that's his true love who's demure (Belldandy/Marino), and a punchy pint sized one who's out to break up the relationship (Skuld/Muusha). There's also an older sassy sister (Urd/Akito's sister) and a competitive contractor (Peorth/Leia). The 'heavenly' magic is described as programming. AMG is a very long series, while ADN is a single volume. 
reportRecommended by MadaManga
Since they share some similar elements, and are about similar main characters, anyone who likes AMG should certainly try out Chobits. I found that Ah! My Goddess, Chobits and A.I. Love You all shared the same formula and their characters all shared the same basic qualities. Chobits is perhaps that little bit more enjoyable than A.I. Love You, which is why I'm recommending it before A.I. Try A.I. after. ;) 
reportRecommended by Lirael
Both series deal with goddesses. 
reportRecommended by kiosy
When I first read "Shugo Getten", I couldn't help but notice the similarities. Shaorin is the goddess who comes to save Tasuke from his loneliness (his parents are always off on one international trip or another). Shaorin's rival goddess is Luan, who is the equivalent (in mannerisms and attitude, anyway) of Urd. The story is very cute, and most anyone who likes this series will like "Oh My Goddess!" (if they haven't already read it). 
reportRecommended by nihon
They both feature heavenly beings as main characters, both have similar comedy moments and Kohaku and Belldandy both have similar character stereotypes, Koryu and Mara are similar too for that matter. Wish is a fairly quick read at 4 volumes, while Ah! My Goddess is at 37 volumes and is currently publishing. Both are lovely stories and if you enjoyed one you'll likely enjoy the other. 
reportRecommended by heza
Both involve a short guy falling in love with a Goddess. Because I'm the Goddess, has more humor involved than romance. 
reportRecommended by Megan140