Majime na Jikan
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Majime na Jikan

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: A Serious Time
Japanese: まじめな時間

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 2
Chapters: 9
Status: Finished
Published: Dec 25, 2011 to Aug 25, 2012
Genres: RomanceRomance, SupernaturalSupernatural, SeinenSeinen
Authors: Seike, Yukiko (Story & Art)
Serialization: Afternoon

Statistics

Score: 7.241 (scored by 15191,519 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #48492
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Popularity: #4213
Members: 3,001
Favorites: 15

Recommendations

- Both deal with what happens after death 
reportRecommended by RobinTheKing
Both are about ghosts how doesn't want to leave earth yet and try to meddle in the live of the mortals. Ghost Logic is more of an accident and Majime shows the what happens after death and what kind of regrets the dead have.  
reportRecommended by MrMiyamura
In both stories the herione dies and has to deal with the problems of being a ghost, regrets and uncertainties about the future. The ideas on how the afterlife could look like and the jobs that have to be done by the ghosts are pretty similar in both. While Hito Hitori Futari has more of an adult point of view about death, Majime na Jikan is more laid back and fit for younger readers. 
reportRecommended by M4ngeky0
Hajimari no Niina is significantly more happy-go-lucky and light hearted than Majime na Jikan with its romance and innocent protagonist. However, both manga confronted similar issues dealing with death and the consequences it brings to loved ones. This theme becomes less prevalent in the second portion of Hajimari no Niina, but the theme remains relatively similar in both manga. 
reportRecommended by PurpleYam
Both stories are in the supernatural/psychological genre and they deal with coming to terms with death. The main characters from Genkaku Picasso and Majime na Jikan are in highschool, so they face the same kind of issues regarding relationships and identity. Both are bittersweet, hopeful tearjerkers that make you think. The creepy art moments are similar too. 
reportRecommended by Disapparate