In both mangas it's about : Demons and Love ( maybe a bit fantasy )
Well , there's a human girl who falls in love with a great demon , and slowly but surely , he falls in love with her too . Nothing original , huh ? Yes , it's nothing really unique , but the cute art and sugarly sweet story will definitely surprise you . Although Hana to Akuma isn't about pastries nor magic sweets , it's sweeter than any chocolate . But the art from Akuma to Dolce was just so - so .
They are both very beautiful stories about a demon raising a child and then falling in love with her. Throughout the manga both the demon main characters develop emotions and struggle to realize their feelings for the human girl. If you enjoyed reading one manga you will definitely enjoy reading the other.
In both mangas, a powerful demon comes to the human world and picks up a baby girl. They decide to raise the girl. Both demons are initially emotionless and are only looking for a source of amusement, but as they watch the girl grow up they become kinder and eventually fall in love with the girl. However, the fact that they are a demon threatens to separate them, and they must overcome many obstacles to be together. =.=
Both about demons raising a human girl and eventually falling far her
Both have a some what bitter sweet ending
In Hanatsu the girl doesn't know that the guy is a demon
Hana to akuma is longer, and focus more on the two characters falling in love
there are more characters in Hana to Akuma and it has a happier feel, at least until the end.
Two spectacular series which involves romance between a human and a being from another dimension (demon or a magical prince), and they both are not of the same age. Both plots deals with nobility and king and have Gothic favored art. There are time when one of the character become temporary older.You'll find many scenes where the two lovers get lovey-dovey.
They both have bishounen.
They both have there one forbidden love.
They both have someone who tries to stop there love.
They both have someone who forgets about the person they love.
Vivi-Aram both have a fiancé, but they don't like her.
There are lots of similarities~
-Forbidden love, guy is from another world.
-Both loves each other, ALOT! :3
-Fiancees, kings, queens, blah blah blah!
-Annoying, but helpful friend. (Hana to akuma; Velten. MeruPuri; Jeile.)
-Age gap. lol xD
lastly.. CUTE KISSING SCENES~ GAHAHA~ XDD
Not sure, but this manga reminds me of Vampire Knight, but Vampire Knight seems to be a much darker story.
Found as children, in love with a 'monster' (well, either a demon or vampire), demons drink blood, vampires do too?
Good demons, and bad demons, and good vampires, and bad vampires.
Young girl in love with old demon. Innocence overflows in both female protagonists making for a nice heart warming story.
Hana to Akuma is more shojoesque and consists of the typically cool, rude and arrogant gifted male protagonist who has a soft spot only for a select few.
Ore ga Akuma is a shounen and follows the underdog becomes more accepted and cool where male leads are concerned.
-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.
If you liked the handsome devils in Hana to Akuma try Kainushi wa Akuma - it a bit more grown up than Hana to Akuma, but also has the theme of a girl who is the companion of a demon. The devils in both are not evil - and both are quite humorous to read with very nice art and good characters.
Pretty average girl that is known by the main character since childhood, Frickin' strong demon that is trying to protect this girl at all cost, everyone wants the girl for themselves, so yeahh i would say pretty similar. The only difference is that black bird is targeted to a more mature audience.
If you liked the historical / supernatural setting of Hana to Akuma you may like Kuro Hakushaku wa Hoshi wo Mederu. These shoujo romances have a marriage between a person with supernatural origins and a human. In this newer manga it is the reverse and the girl has the abilities and the Count is human while in Hana to Akuma the nobleman is a demon. This one does not have a big age gap like Hana to Akuma so there are differences but they are both fun supernatural romances.
They're both very different; Hana to Akuma was a lot longer, and had more of a "romantic feel", though Kieli was romantic, too...
But they're both about two young girls who are in love/dependent on an older male who never dies. Though H to A had a much sadder ending, they're both very bittersweet.
Both are about a guy who watches over a girl.
in AB it's about a normal guy who watches over his aunt's child. They don't fall in love as girlfriend boyfriend but in HtA they do. Alos in HtA, the guy is a vampire while the girl is a human. Both are really sweet romance stories. If you like one, I'm sure you'll like the other. >.<
Well Hana to Akuma is more romance, and Karneval doesnt have none of it
But Vivi and Gareki are way too similar even in the way they act. Also Vivi takes care and protects Hana and Gareki takes care and protects Nai. And Hana with Nai have also very similar to eachother.
Karneval is more gore and have fights and Hana to Akuma focus on the romance
You might enjoy this one! I read it when it was still ongoing and i remember checking for a new chapter every single day. Really love this one. It's about a demon finding a baby girl! He decides to take her in and raise her~
Both series explore the taboo nature of humans interacting with a different being. In the case of Hana to Akuma, it explores the relationship between humans and demons, while Monokuro Shounen Shoujo explores the relationship between humans and beasts. The female and male leads are very similar in personalities and appearances. The overall tone of both manga are also the same. With that said, the two series are similar enough to resemble each other, but are different at a lot points. You definitely won't feel like you're reading Hana to Akuma a second time. But if you liked the tone and characters in Hana to Akuma, you'll probably also like Monokuro Shounen Shoujo. read more
BnStH reminded me of HtA a lot because of the age difference and innocence of the female character as well as her cheerful personality.
Both are also of the same genre as in romance and fantasy mangas.
However, the circumstances where the two MCs meet is different as Lylia came with the purpose to marry while Hana was taken in as a child and raised by Vivi himself.
I found the female protagonist similar to one another in both the manga's wherein they are in the center of the plot being a human dealing with issues in beasts and in this case devils world. Even though Female leads are optimistic, simple, and delicate - they are able to help and associate with the other world. Additionally they fall in love with the other species and are determined to stay together forever.
Barairo no Yakusoku reminds me of Hana to Akuma; both with a slight age gap between the MCs and the guy being protective of the girl from the start. Though Hana to Akuma has more a plot while Barairo no Yakusoku is more focused on the female lead. Both have great art (I'm in love with the art style and clothing in Barairo no Yakusoku) and both are very cute mangas!!
Both male protagonists are pretty much identical, even the cover images resemble each other. plots are similar apart from one is a demon and the other is an shinigami, if you like one then you'll love the other.
Both stories center around a supernatural lover through a chance event, which ultimately changes the (female) protagonist's life forever.
However, Hana to Akuma is more through the viewpoint of the narrator (and occasionally Hana-protagonist) while Sarashi Asobi takes its view from that of (mostly) the (male) protagonist, Ai, and offers a few chapters from other standpoints as well.
The similarities in both manga might not be that noticeable in the beginning, and even though there are more differences than there are similarities, I feel like it still makes sense to make a recommendation, just to share these amazing manga. Both heroines are like ugly ducklings. They grow to be a beautiful swan one day though. The main character's... What are they called? Boyfriend, their opposite character? The boy they fall in love with? (I hope you understand what I mean) Are very cool, and very funny. And both manga has their own supporting characters who the main character always hangs out with. Their own group of supportive friends. Both manga are sweet, and very innocent. Also, they're both finished, so yeah, definitely try them out if you're interested in love triangles, innocent love, and some very funny moments.  read more
in hana to akumas case is a demon falls in love with human girl and in vampire crises its a vampire falling in love with a human girl. Even the vivi and rain are completely opposite you still get the same felling off of them and they are both cute and entertaing to read
These mangas share similar characters: a young girl who lives with a protective older man, a beautiful rival woman and various cameos by nosy demons/vampires. The young girl is in love with older man and has to deal with the difficulties of not being quite the same age. Both stories are pretty episodic and have a lot of fluff.
Both revolve around a human becoming involved with the demon world. Both also depict turmoil within the demon world that leads to the need for a new demon king.
Shared genres: comedy, drama, adventure, fantasy, supernatural, and romance (somewhat)
they're both about vampires falling in love with humans. (= well, the "vampire" in hana to akuma isn't really a vampire, but rather a demon. he still sucks blood however. that and the other difference is that the vampire is a guy, and the human is the girl.
Both stories are about older guys taking care of someone who is orphaned and eventually develop romantic feelings for each other. Hana no Namae has more dark and serious themes and I would classify it as semi-"josei" compared to Hana to Akuma which targets shoujo.
Hana to Akuma and the Wallflower are very different manga's with very different settings. While Wallflower is about an eccentric girl surrounded by bishies, Hana to Akuma is about a dumb (but very sweet) girl, that was raised by a demon.
There is a reason for recommending these very different stories though. These stories aren't like Bleach p.e. that it is never-ending. I recommend these series 'cs every chapter is a story on its own. Sometimes it is a few chapters long, but you'll never get the idea you read a manga stitched together from cliffhanger to cliffhanger.
Both are definitely worth a try since they are both very sweet, romantic and enchanting. read more
The plots are completely different, but the feel between the two main characters are almost exactly the same. They're both about a young girl who was raised by someone she eventually falls in love with.