Both Daisy and Usui want to protect the person they "love". Misaki and Teru are both people who doesn't like to freeload. Their personalities seem very alike. Usui and Daisy like to tease them. The relationship of Usui and Misaki / Daisy and Teru seem very alike but there are differences....
In a lot of ways, Teru is like Misaki - both poor, top grades, personality wise, doesn't like to depend on people (at least in the beginning).
They both provide a good amount of comedy, and it keeps the readers reading.
The main female characters are both not feminine and the main male characters are always saving the main female from danger. The two male characters also look similar. Both mangas have comedy in them and romance.
Both have rather tsundere girls that are protected by a guy. They each have their nice moments mixes in with a good bit of drama and action. If you like one, you're pretty much guaranteed to like the other.
The main characters are both girls who are ranked top in their school. The heroines both help anybody in trouble.
Both male characters are both highly skilled individuals who protect the main character from harm. The male leads also both have mysterious pasts which comes back to haunt them.
The interactions between the main heroine and the hero are awkward at best.
Both manga's follow a girl who is being protected by a guy. The relationships in both manga's are similar since neither the boy nor the girl reveal their hidden love for one another.
In both manga's the girls are under constant danger, only to be saved by the men that they love and love them back.
Great story line, very cute and romantic. Check out Dengeki Daisy if you loved Kaichou wa Maid-sama!
-Main girls both have black hair
-Main boys both are blond
The main girl originally starts off hating the main boy but they end up falling in love. The main boy is also involved in something really important so the main girl also has to help them in that important situation.
A kind, older guy who does not really show his concern towards the heroine, except at moments it is really needed. And the heroine is a strong person, who has a deep love for her family, but that is not going so smooth (because of other reasons). Both stories do show the love growing between both characters, but it also pays more attention to other factors, like seeking support, finding solutions to problems etc.
Both have a younger girl and an older guy who likes each other.
Both the younger girl is highschooler
Both the older guy is an progammer
Both involve something related in the cellphone as an issue in the story that will bring the protoganists together
Both have a family issue
Dengeki Daisy and Taiyou no Ie doesn't seem too similar at first. However, the connection between the main characters are similar in terms of their relationship. For instance, the main guy plays the role of a guardian and oversees a younger girl's will being. There is development in their relationship that explores a variety of themes. Family is one of those prominent issues that is realistic and has cleverly presented.
I love Dengeki Daisy. I've been reading it since it came out, and I finally brought myself to read the last chapters. After finishing that manga, I was convinced I would never fall in love with a manga like I did Dengeki Daisy. Taiyou no Ie is lacking the cell phone, hacking business that was central to the plot of Dengeki Daisy, and as a result is a lot more realistic to the point of being "Slice of Life". Not that I'm complaining, it's an enjoyable, more relaxing read. No one's life is ever at stake,Taiyou no Ie is just (fairly) normal people doing (fairly) normal things. Both Taiyou and Dengeki have the "forbidden" love of a underage girl and a older man. The female MC has family issues, and the male MC has some other hang-ups in both. And as a bonus, both are completed! So, if you have the time, you can binge read whichever one you want in a day or so. (Please send help this is getting out of hand) read more
Both girls have a person who's anonymous through internet protecting them through hard times. The drama and depth in Dengeki Daisy is deeper then Koko ni Iru yo and at the same time has more comedy in it. Koko ni Iru yo is a shorter story.
the girl write her problems to mysterious, unknown people, in dengeki daisy, its just one person, who the girl only knows them my nickname/username that go to her school. they help her with her problems and give her advice on what she should do. she also develops a love interest in these people.
Both manga involves a girl who has an anonymous person looking out for her on the Internet. That person seems to be mysterious but deeply cares for the girl.
Both series has great artwork and takes place at a school life setting.
Both series has comedy, drama, and romance.
Both the series' main male protagonist also has similar personalities.
Both heroines will make you laugh a thousand times over with their un-shoujo-like charms. They are both perfect for a reader who is looking for a great manga that has characters with strong well-developed personalities.
The relationship between the main characters of both Mangas is one of somewhat a forbidden kind, age and situation. Skip Beat's and Dengeki Daisy's heroins have good values and that is how both male leads seem to fall for them...
Although the plots are different, the feeling and characters match up quite nicely.
Both protagonist females are sorda like tsundere's, and they both express lots of different emotions at once.
Here's what I find similar:
- Both female protagonists and lost all of their family. (Except Kyoko [Skip-Beat!] could go back to her mother, but she doesn't want to)
- Both female protagonists have a male-like partner who is tall and handsome. (Teru [Dengeki Daisy] has Kurosaki, and Kyoko [Skip-Beat!] has Ren.]
- They both have two female characters who are mean to them at first. (Teru [Dengeki Daisy] has Rena, and Kyoko [Skip-Beat!] has Kanae)
- They both cut their hair in the beginning of the series.
- They'res always that one character who is super full of themselves. (Akira [Dengeki Daisy], and Sho [Skip-Beat!]). read more
Kyoko and Teru take no nonsense. They share a certain determination to succeed in their endeavors, and they both have older love interests, as well as bullies who target them. Both Skip Beat! and Dengeki Daisy are long (Skip Beat! Is longer), and are definitely worth watching/reading.
If you're waiting for the next Dengeki Daisy to come out, try out Beast Master. They were both written and illistrated by the same mangaka. They both have strong male characters and female characters.
Though Beast Master is only two volumns long, its still one of my favorites! So happy that I bought that manga!
Both done by the same mangaka.
same sort or art, same use of violence in the manga's
Both really sweet, and loveable. Too bad that beastmaster is only a few chapters.
But overal I really loved these two manga's, so If you loved the other you, definitly check the other one out and don't be disappointed!!
Both have as protagonists a tomboy girl with a very energetic and optimistic personality, and willpower. She ends up being helped and protected by a serious good looking boy, and starts to get along with him everyday. The boy, who in the beginning only had the goal of helping her, actually starts smiling around her, and slowly changing, opening his heart, while the feelings between the two start to grow. A lot of comedy and sweet moments:)
In general, both series has a decent amount of relationship building and appeals to a variety of shoujo tropes. The main female character also has similar personalities and builds meaningful connections with others throughout the course of the story. Both series are well known for some classic drama. However, Dengeki Daisy also appeals a bit to mystery as the plot is unraveled. However, Koukou Debut has more romance dynamics especially in regards to the main male and female leads.
In both mangas, there is an older guy that protects and an high school girl that is protected, making the relationship between them really sweet. Also, both Kurosaki and Kazuma like to tease the girls so it is really funny to see the way the girls react. Another similarity between both male characters is that they are always trying to control their feelings and impulses because of the age gap...(In Kurosaki's case, he also doesn't want to be called a lollicon XD)
Both characters are in similar situations. They both lost their older brother, and have been entrusted to their older brother's best friend. The older brother's death is very mysterious and almost suspicious in both manga, and in both cases appear to be more important to the plot than we think at first.
Both main characters fall in love with their brother's best friend, who, in both manga, is an adult and much older than the Main, and is often referred to as a pedophile (jokingly by friends, usually.)
Both main characters are cute, awkward and shy, but still very mentally and emotionally strong and intelligent, unlike most leads in shouju series.
Both 'Brother's Best Friends' are over protective of the main character. They were both very, very close to the Main's older brother and would do anything to protect his sibling.
But one of the biggest things that make these two shouju similar is that both manga have more action and violence and nitty gritty reality than you're typical romance. read more
Allthough Loveless is a shounen-ai and Dengeki diasy is just a shoujo I find the relationships between the two main characters and the situation with there dead, elder brothers similiar. Not to mention a sizeable age gap.
There is a shadow of misterious big brother over the main persons in both series. Age gap between couples. Computer and virtual world related things - I loved it in both series. And the cellphone - a bond between couple, an important thing in both stories.
Both include a girl with 2 people in her life she keeps close in her heart. She then learns a secret that could change everything. In fruits basket toru knows the secret but has to keep it a secret and everyone knows she knows but in dengeki daisy she knows who daisy is but she cant talk about it or it could be bad so she must keep it a secret.
Oresama Teacher and Dengeki Daisy takes place in a school life setting with some classic shoujo concepts. The main male protagonist has similar personalities and the connection they build with the female character has similarities as well. Both series also adapts a story where conflicts arises through complicated affairs. And throughout both series, there's a fair amount of drama and romance (more so in Dengeki Daisy) that blooms. Recommended for fans who are interested in some classic shoujo.
Both have the same kind of witty laugh-your-ass-off humor and strong character personalities. Dengeki Daisy and Oresama Teacher are two amazing romantic comedies and if you love one, dont miss out on the other!
Both does have the same genres of Romance, Shoujo, and Comedy. The Sadist cool guy who is actually soft-heartened deep inside; And the Masochist innocent girl who gets into a lot of trouble that needs to be protected. There are also sweet moments that can catch one's eyes for every chapter.
- They both have cheeky male protagonist that likes to tease the female protagonist.
- Their love for each other unravels into more as the story progresses on.
- In the beginning, both of the male protagonists labelled the female as "servant" or "dog" or something demeaning. (Except, in Dengeki, it's more of a joke. In Ookami Shoujo, it's more taunting.)
In both manga the story revolves around a girl who lost her family and is protected by a boy, who takes care of her. The girl is strong-minded and is trying to solve her and her friends problems and the guy hides some secrets from the girl, but protects her.
Maybe it's not so similar story, but in both manga the main male character is trying to take care of the girl he is in love with ( but she doesn't know that ). In the end, she fall in love with him and can't live without him.
Both series have a guy that constantly teases and messes with the girl he likes, and both series show the main male and female character living together at some point due to one of their homes becoming inhabitable.
Ok, here is a recommendation for male readers and more mature readers of Dengeki Daisy, try Mel Kano. Mel Kano is a seinen/mature shounen but they have some similarities of theme.
Both stories have online internet and email communication as a strong theme of the story and both stories have a romance in the back ground but also a group of computer experts trying to solve crime mysteries that involve online and computer themes. Both also have a lot of comedy and a guy who is a computer wiz and smart guy but who also is very tough fighter / delinquent physically.  read more
For starters, both manga series involves the Internet as a way of setting up the plot/story. Although for different purposes, it sets off the manga's plot as the main protagonist gets involved with those they've met on the Web.
There is that sense of online theme dealing with identity and social issues. As such, expect plenty of drama that can be humorous, dramatic, and also romantic. (more so in Mel Kano)
Both female protagonist in the series have similar personalities. The main male protagonist is considered to be tough and wishes to protect things he cares about.
-MUST READ-Both manga are really good and if you in to romance then you must read this-Both Protagonist due to their past(dengeki daisy)/what he is(hana to akuma) are both reluctant to get too close to the heroine and try and suppress their feelings. You get really hooked and cant stop reading and its really surprising cause im not really into shoujo manga. Also READ KAICHOU WA MAID SAMA although a shoujo manga i found myself unable to stop reading, its a really cute manga somewhere round the time when the protagonist finally confesses
Both have to do about a romance between a young girl and an older man (in Hana to Akuma actually is a demon) and the male character in both protects the heroine while at the same time he rejects her again and again. Both manga have a very interesting storyline and I thought that both of them had really sweet scenes along with comical and sad ones.
both got a girl in high school who is in love with an older guy who takes care of her all of the time , though in dengekei daisy's case the story is much deeper ,both guys tease the girls a lot ,while i was reading the king's pawnshop i was thinking of dengeki daisy .
Both main female character has a guardian that they can rely on but no idea who the person is. In dengeki daisy she can contact him using her brother's mobile phone while in orange planet she is writing letters to him.
The both give you a similar feeling. The main guy is a anti social boy and the main girl is a clumsy kind hearted girl that had/has an overprotective brother. A secret in the past connects the protagonists.
Both titles have this innocent and intense love with many involved feelings. They have some circumstances that makes their love forbidden, so the main characters hold all their feelings just to be with the person they like. Dengeki Daisy and Strobe Edge can convey this innocent and intense feelings to the reader making you feel your heart thump or a tingling in your hands....
So...if you like all this...read both. :D
Two of the best shoujo Manga out there. If you are a shoujo fan then you'd definitely like both. They are interesting and cute.. and let me warn you that it's hard to put those Mangas down once you start reading them.
if you like the love relationship in Glass Mask then you will Certainly like the relationship in Dengeki Daisy .
because both of them is about teenage girl who have relationship with adult man , the girl hate the man at the Beginning but she start to love him slowly, the men is secretly in love with the girl , the men play the role of a mean person in front of the girl but they are very gentle in reality and they have another secret Identity and they use their secret identity to help the girl and encourage her , both of them are hide their other identity .  read more
These two series have a good mix of funny and dramatic and love to lampshade and lampoon Shojo tropes.
The two lead heroines are fiercely loyal to their friends and not afraid to speak their minds which gets them in trouble from time to time.
Dengeki Daisy and Akuma to Love Song involves a main female character who isn't shy to express her thoughts. But deep down, she is an honest girl whose personality becomes evident through her relationship with the main male characters. Both series takes place in a school life setting with events that connects between the past and present. There is romance as well that deals with the main girl and how she shows their true selves more and more. Recommended for fans of shoujo.
• In both series, the main characters do not express their feelings honestly, but put up an act of intolerance towards one another.
• Both are very funny — precisely because of the main characters' tireless effort of pretending they do not like eachother.
• Both female leads are highschoolers and notably younger than the male leads.
Both have female protagonists who lost people they love (her brother is dead in Dengeki Daisy and her dad sold her away in Shinshi Doumei Cross).
Both girls have crushes on the people who are watching over them
The people who are watching over them feel the same way and are hiding secrets from the girls.
Funny and romantic
I was expecting Dengeki Daisy to be more recommended but I'm surprised that nobody did. This manga reminds me a lot of it. There were some instances wherein Teru and Karin looked alike. :) Both guys in Dengeki Daisy and Kare First Love has lost someone they cared about and thinks it's their fault -- in Dengeki Daisy, Kurosaki lost Teru's brother which was like a brother to him as well and in Kare First Love, Kiriya lost his brother. The cause of the two brothers' death are different though. And both have cute romance between the characters. :)
Both stories are really gripping. The heroines fall in love with an adult, who saved them in dangerous situations. The relationship of them turns out to be very difficult, because of the age gap.
I love both stories and both are worth to read.
Both guys have a job to protect the girl and are unsure what to do with they're feelings for her. Both girls are spirited and reckless and slowly realize they're feelings but don't notice the others. Both are absolutely hilarious and deserve to be read. When i read one i think of the other.
Though the setting is totally different for these two mangas, one relates to kingdoms and royalties while the other relates to computers and technologies, they are similar in the way the characters are set up. In both of them, the main female character is protected by the respective male protagonists as well as other side-characters, but that doesn't make them weak. The heroines are very capable of protecting themselves as well as the ones they love when the time comes. The male protagonists know this and respect and believe their beloved "princesses". The main characters in both the mangas know well how they feel towards the other, but they keep their distance and support each other to make their lives meaningful. The character development is very powerful. However DD holds a dark side. read more
> both are shoujo manga with a story that makes you want to keep on reading.
> both have deep and intelligent characters
personally i finished both of them as fast as i could and i didn't get bored or irritaded, so you might enjoy them to
PS: both are completed so you dond have to wait for each chapter
Chemistry between two leading characters.
Tone of the manga are similar - it mixes comedy with personal drama.
Both main characters have a sad past.
The romance in Kono Oto Tomare! is still developing but it a gives similar vibe to Dengeki Daisy.
The main character's love interest in both mangas has an age gap. Though, Dengeki Daisy's age gap is 8 years while Kore wa koi no hanashi is 21 years. The men in both manga's watch over the main character and care about them deeply.
Both manga have underlying storylines where multiple people close to the main heroine protect her by keeping secrets from her. The female protagonists (Mikan in GA and Teru in DD) are both very thoughtful, intelligent, and often do things that are unexpected in shoujo manga. Both titles use the tragedy tags quite well, though there is considerably more in GA, mixed in with fantasy and magic.
Ultimately, they're both really great shoujo manga, sometimes having the same feeling of dread or mystery, and definitely psychological aspects that make you want to burst out in tears. GA is 180 chapters while DD is 75 :)
These 2 mangas take place predominantly in a school setting (as do most shoujo), and what I felt was pleasantly similar between them was how desperate the male protagonist would become whenever the main girl was in (or suspected to be in) some sort of danger. They lose their usual cool headedness and rush to the rescue. In both cases, the girl and the guy have a unique relationship that makes them very close but the girl refuses to entertain the thought that the guy might have romantic feelings for her. The adventure of how these characters transition into a couple is very enjoyable and well developed.
Also, personality-wise the main girls are very violent, aggressive, and independent. read more
Well there aren't many similarities but some of the plots Love Sick will make you remember Dengeki Daisy..
1. A person is died leaving a girl behind.
2. That person leaves a video behind with evidence.
3. The heroine is quite similar i.e strong both mentally and physically .
4. In Dengeki Daisy Teru's brother was annoyingly in love her and brags about it to everyone that how cute she is. And in Love Sick Shiki's father did the same thing.
5. The other main characters were close to the dead person.
Cant remember anymore point. :3
In both manga girls are strong and stubborn - never give up. Don't really know what love is, never expirience any relationship and also - are behaving like a tomboy. The guys are fallen in love with them from the start but as well they like to tease the one they cherish.
Dengeki Daisy is shoujo and Chou yo Hana yo is josei aimed for mature audience - but they share some similarities:
- Both love interests have a master-servant relationship.
-Older guy/younger girl combination.
-The male lead takes responsibility for the girl's misfortune (in Dengeki Daisy's case, it was the heroine's brother's death; and in Chou yo Hana yo, it was her family's bankruptcy).
- Although the male lead bullies the heroine (mostly because of work), he was actually secretly in love with her.
Dengeki Daisy and Library Wars: Love and War are kind of similar. Both contain action and violence, as well as romance, except in Dengeki Daisy, there's more comedy and the main character doesn't cry as much.
There is no computer stuff in Library Wars, but there is a bunch in Dengeki Daisy.
In Dengeki Daisy there is no library stuff, either.
If you liked the violence and romance Library Wars, you may like Dengeki Daisy.
Both manga have the whole "cool-tough-guy-on-the-outside-yet-soft-and-lovable-guy-on-the-inside" role down packed. The relationship between the male and female leads are relatable to anyone who has ever had some form of girlish/boyish love that could never truely be conveyed fully. I'm only on ch. 4 of DD and I cannot tell you how much I was shreaking like some love sick fan girl. Taking a moment to let the familiar feeling sink in I realized this reminded me of JTT. If you value halariously pure and relatable plot and characters, complete with just the right dose of overly supportive friends and exaggerated denial, read BOTH.
both involve someone with hackin' capabalities that use's it so that he can protect the ppl he loves only dengeki is on a smaller scale and a shoujo thus more loveydovey and bloody on a big scale and a shounen thus more action , and both r awesome fcourse
these mangas both pass off as the hilarious good-for nothing manga to pass time. Don't get me wrong; some of the time it was like that. But once you read deeper into them, you will notice a deeper theme and complicated relationships. Both have hilarious moments and bittersweet moments that will make you want so much more.
the plots of this stories are different, but the main heroines have similar characters, they both strong, kind, open-hearted and also both of them have no any relatives(((
and they have some kind of relationship (it's love of course, they just haven't understand it yet) with a handsome guy who's an adult. love so life is a very sweet and warm story, so if you liked Dengeki Daisy, I'm sure you'll like Love So Life too..
The main heroines remind me of each other a bit with their personalities: independent, sarcastic, and intelligent. They are both great examples of female shoujo leads who step outside of the stereotype box.
Young girl, older male, protective aura, deep and complex regarding some things happening in the past ... SLOW romance.
Dark atmposphere and though, pointing at the nice things of life.
Both girls have a somehow similar relationship/feelings regarding the males. <3
The guy is protecting this girl in secret for her deceased brother and then they end up falling in love but he's a few years older and she's in high school. Also it's not a oneshot and its ongoing still. The same vibe is definantly there too.
The relationship between Kurosaki and Teru really reminds me of the relationship between Ran and Ichiki. The older guys is always teasing the clumsy girl and making her be his slave buttt save her whenever she's in trouble :) Both are very cute ^^
the same kind of story girl hates guy,guy loves girl,girl starts to fall for the guy it's pretty much the same in that sense.and in the sense that the guy is trying to protect the girl at all costs both mangas are wonderful.
In both mangas does she talks with someone she didn't know, and realizes that the person isn't even that far.
However in Dengeki Daisy she fell in love with that person, in Bokutachi wa Shitte Shimatta it is just a friend of hers.
Both of the main characters have no experience with boyfriends and love.
they both have characters that are suffering because they caused the death of somebody, and they have a person that wont let them be happy remembering their sin. they both are very good stories, with good art
Although the stories are quite different they both contain female protagonists who have a brain in their heads; they have elements of comedy and romance that will have you giggling; and while they're both shoujo they manage to avoid most of the terrible cliche's associated with the genre.
The 2 manga are quite different but when I read dengeki daisy it makes me remember how Kaname told Zero to protect Yuki just like Teru's brother told Kurosaki to take care of her and how they can't be together. Although VK has vampires and everything you kinda get the same feeling. If you like one of them you might like the other one