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Ai Kora

Ai Kora

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Synonyms: Love & Collage
Japanese: あいこら


Type: Manga
Volumes: 12
Chapters: 120
Status: Finished
Published: Jul 6, 2005 to Feb 6, 2008
Authors: Inoue, Kazurou (Story & Art)
Serialization: Shounen Sunday


Score: 7.751 (scored by 7299 users)
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Ranked: #18942
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Popularity: #592
Members: 13,110
Favorites: 391


Both protagonists are in essentially identical situations, where the main character are nearly clones of their counterparts in the series. They have the same behaviour, reactions, and similar appearance to the character(s) in the other series. Love Hina is probably more ecchi, but that's not saying Ai Kora isn't ecchi at all.  
reportRecommended by Kenn
These 2 manga series are similar in their main male character (the happy-go-lucky cum idiotic kind but serious in times of need) and that both feature love triangles between the guy and 2 close friends. However, Ai Kora is more focused on fetishes while Ayu Maru is about two girls who might be the guy's brother, and the other possibly his gf (which is similar to Onegai Twins).  
reportRecommended by Dunkjoe
the protagonist in this one is similar to ai kora in which he does everything to protect the smile of the girls he has his eye locked on 
reportRecommended by ekz
In both series the main male characters have superhuman abilities when their individual fetishes are involved. Ai Kora: Parts fetish Bari Haken: Anime characters fetish 
reportRecommended by Dunkjoe
Both are comedy-inspirational manga series, with 1 main super weird character. Inspirational as in the main character inspires others to fulfil their dreams, find their goals etc., but usually in a funny manner. For Ai Kora, fetish is included but for Sumire it's rather a puppet and a puppet master. 
reportRecommended by Dunkjoe
Main character makes a promise with a girl. Both very funny with the harem elements. I would probably say Ai Kora is less ecchi than Nisekoi though. Both very good reads. 
reportRecommended by glue493
The protagonist lives in a building with some history, with most of the other important characters. 
reportRecommended by DarthBob
the similarity between these two mangas isn't in the basis of their history but in the unusual comedy, both of them have a history comedy/romance, kind harem, about a guy having all kind of problems, for me this two is the best comedy mangas that i've ever seen. 
reportRecommended by JokerxHisoka
Both of them have similar humour, romance, guy wid many girls sort of style 
reportRecommended by Chai_
Harem manga where the protagonist woos all the many girls, with plenty of romance, humour, and eroticism. Yet despite there being a main heroine or the one most favorited, he never ends up decisively choosing to enter a formal relationship with anyone, intentionally left ambiguous; a typical ending to most harem titles, but should have been expected from the start.  
reportRecommended by 4kicks
Both series' comic foundation is oftentimes delivered by the various mishaps caused by perverted male protagonists. 
reportRecommended by radiantfire
Same mangaka with the same comedy stylings. So if you like one its more than likely that you will like the other. 
reportRecommended by manasteel88
If you like some tsundere action, misundestanding scenes(ecchi) and lots of comedy related to love you'd like any of them..... 
reportRecommended by sturider
Both revolve around the daily lives of a perverted male lead and the many female characters around him. 
reportRecommended by radiantfire
Given that these two series are authored by the same mangaka, there are many similarities. One of the obvious ones is how Hachibe and Iroha are essentially the same person. Art style, pace, and narrative structure are also similar. 
reportRecommended by radiantfire
Harems involving around a male protagonist who ends up living with a number of female characters. 
reportRecommended by radiantfire
Both of these comedy reads feature male protagonists who openly express their fetishes. 
reportRecommended by radiantfire
Both male Leads have an Eye for the female Body and its special Parts, while Hachibe is just a parts Fetishist running Wild for the Girls with his beloved Parts no matter who it is, Ouji is a perv who is recruiting Cheerleaders for a Club with his Eye for the Body, making them Join who ever they are. 
reportRecommended by RaiStorM