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God Child

God Child

Alternative Titles

English: Godchild
Japanese: ゴッド チャイルド

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 8
Chapters: 48
Status: Finished
Published: 2001 to 2004
Authors: Yuki, Kaori (Story & Art)
Serialization: Hana to Yume

Statistics

Score: 8.281 (scored by 5944 users)
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Ranked: #3802
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Popularity: #593
Members: 14,221
Favorites: 993

Recommendations

Both of these manga have a master/servant in the front in center. Also both the master and servant are pretty remarkable. There is also the old English feeling and the sense of dark political secrets and a hint of the mystical. Art style is also similar. Kuro Shitsuji has a smidge more humor and Godchild has more gore.  
reportRecommended by SummerOtaku
Both series play with master/servant relationships, torture, and in both there is mention or glimpses of incest. Lots of drama in both, but only hinted romance in Godchild. 
reportRecommended by Pyapi
Both are tragic shoujo manga. Though the main character of Cantarella (Cesara) grows up while the one from God Child (Cain) does not, they are both surrounded by tragic incidents, not always things they can avoid. Both were cursed by their father and their name bear a meaning. Both have someone to support them most of the way. 
reportRecommended by EfiChan
They both have similar dark/fantasy themes and art style as well as gothic and lolita fashions. 
reportRecommended by Akaizuki
Both are Gothic-styled and have lovely artwork. Both have blood, gore, and romance...that kind of romance that is sweet and twisted at the same time. I loved both <3 They are both episodic; (with Cain solving mysteries and Cossette finding her old treasures) 
reportRecommended by Archangel_Clover
Both series have people that coldly and cruelly experiment on human beings for their own purposes. 
reportRecommended by Pyapi
They share many of the same themes, have a similar art style, and lots of bishonen. The settings are different (Victorian England vs. fantasy sci-fi) but the vibes are very similar. 
reportRecommended by IceAndCream
Plenty of gore, original storyline, mystery, original characters. Both revolves around history a lot. 
reportRecommended by monochrome1994
Dark, gothic shoujos. Art style somewhat similar. Different types of storylines, but overall feel very reminiscent of each other. (And both happen to be sequels that are better than the original series, and can be read without reading the prequel.) 
reportRecommended by IceAndCream
Kaori Yuki tells very distinctive mystery tales, and neither of these are lacking! 
reportRecommended by mukufu
Dark, Bloody, Twisted. Goth and Shounen-Ai (or Shounen-Ai undertones in God Child) God Child might be a bit darker and more depressing however. And Vassalord is about vampires. But you still get the the same essential feeling. 
reportRecommended by AceLice
Even though Godchild has supernatural themes and a lot darker story than Emma, they both take place in the Victorian England and London. If you like Victorian England, you'll propably find both of these series very interesting. 
reportRecommended by Matsukazes
Both series are set around the same time period and deal with the underbelly of high society. The strong bond between master and servant is also present in both series as well as a secret organization. The artwork is also similar in style and beauty. Though Godchild is much darker and more mature, both mangas share a macabre supernatural feeling.  
reportRecommended by poznati
Set in late Victorian Europe, a young man is caretaker for a girl. Art is quite good. Very dark with some very twisted parts, so for mature readers only. 
reportRecommended by IceAndCream
Both gothic fantasy type of manga's, about one gorgeous man and mysterious crimes, both Humorous. 
reportRecommended by Ava-Kadava
Same time period, with beautifull artwork. Also a similar darkness in the themes. 
reportRecommended by katastrophykate
How should i say this with out confusing the rest of you? They are both people that wont to fight for the people they love. One wont to be loved by one person. The other wants to kill the one he once loved. But they both wont to make sure no harm comes to there loved ones.  
reportRecommended by shiayame
By the same author, though Godchild is decidedly darker. Angel Sanctuary contains many similar themes and of course, Kaori Yuki's amazing artwork. 
reportRecommended by katastrophykate
Is a dark mystery story. Same Author. Both have the main character trying to figure out his past. 
reportRecommended by StephanBlackhawk
These two mangas simply have the same feel. Both main characters Cain and Tsuzuki have (or had) a difficult life and are still suffering from it. They are also both saved from this suffering, at least partially, by other characters Riff and Hisoka. Although there isn't a great connection, they simply give me the same feeling when I read them.  
reportRecommended by horsiegirl210
Mistery, murder and nursery rhymes... 
reportRecommended by Kyomu9
Both feature an aristocratic young man and his loyal manservant among the main cast. Godchild typically avoids the romantic angle but provides Merryweather as the plucky girl character, roughly equivalent to MeruPuri's Airi. 
reportRecommended by lithiumflower
Same Mangaka (author/artist). Though Godchild is darker than Ningyou Kyuutei Gakudan, both provide strong characters, interesting storylines and beautiful artwork. 
reportRecommended by Hesteen
They both possess a psychological element with an unique plot line and a sense of mystery. Godchild doesn't explain anything and is up to much of the reader's own interpretation whereas Liar Game explains everything but still manages to leave the reader hanging.  
reportRecommended by Bluesander
Both are exciting novels that deal with solving mysteries and discussing the supernatural (more so with Ghost Hunt) in an almost episodic manner. Yet at the same time there is also a deeper underlying plot that runs through the novels regarding the past of the lead male protagonists. Both keep you enthralled while reading, if you liked one I would recommend checking out the other.  
reportRecommended by nirasha
This mangas are verry different in many ways! BUT !if you like the ending on schooldays you can deffenetly relate to several of the storys in godchild  
reportRecommended by Sudrosa
Both of these dark shoujo series from well-known mangaka begin very episodic, starring a teen boy with a special skill as he goes about his business and helps people. The underlying plots in both, however, are tragic, and their heroes will not be able to go through betrayal and finding their true selves unscathed. 
reportRecommended by Anomalous