Henshin
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Henshin

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Emergence.
Japanese: 変身
English: Metamorphosis
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Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 7
Status: Finished
Published: Jul 26, 2013 to Mar 26, 2016
Genres: Drama Drama, Hentai Hentai
Theme: School School
Serialization: Comic X-Eros
Authors: Shindo, L (Story & Art)

Statistics

Score: 7.271 (scored by 2480524,805 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: N/A2
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #310
Members: 40,331
Favorites: 1,442

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A journey through life, where you discover the dark world, you make wrong decisions, you get depressed by the mistakes you've made, where everything can go worse, where you see the innocence where you started and end up lamenting for everything: Love , Sex, Family, Friendship. And I'm not only talking about your life, but two mangas to reflect. 
reportRecommended by OtakuNote87
Observe the "heroine" fall further and further down the spiral of despair, with debauchery and depression. 
reportRecommended by abystoma2
The whole time reading Kuzo no Honkai, it reminded me of Henshin soo much. Only thing is Henshin is the more extreme, more vile and more dirty than Kuzu no Honkai. Kuzu no Honkai is the clean version. So, both girls kind of go through the same situation, ignore their conscience and life continues to be harsh on them due to their decision makings with boys and relationships. The difference between these stories is that Hanabi from Kuzo learned from her mistakes and moves forward no matter how hard it was for herself, and the protagonist from Henshin did not and her world crumbled before her. Its  read more 
reportRecommended by Miki-Samusu
- Both characters go through extreme trauma 
reportRecommended by CHRAF
Two erotic mangas, which in addition to having sexual content, focuses on the life of a teenager and how it becomes a sex toy, how feelings get confused, while wounds are opened. The protagonist girl gets involved in the struggle over her life, becoming addicted to a relationship that does not know where it will go. Both show a realistic touch, an art that shows you what they are feeling, and how everything seems to become deeper and more dramatic, following the pages. 
reportRecommended by OtakuNote87
Loved both series and had a very similar feeling while reading; the best description would be "a downward spiral". Henshin (Emergence) starts with the same theme as Misumisou, yet the outcome is portrayed in a completely different way. The scenario is more realistic and less exaggerated in Henshin, although slightly less serious compared to deadly serious Misumisou. Very heartwrecking and a story you will most probably think about for a longer time if Misumisou had that effect on you as well. 
reportRecommended by Xff34
Although Boy's Abyss's MC is male, there is still similar dark sexual themes as well as tragedy in both. 
reportRecommended by Weebdestroyer99
Main character is going to the wrong direction and wrong point of view. They gone throw painful life and they show flashbacks of how they were before they changed. The ending is really sad and depressing and it's still so nostalgic even till now. 
reportRecommended by Zestiria
Longer with less nsfw moments and more story. More cruel and depressing. 
reportRecommended by Necro_Butcher
Both mcs do shitty things to themselves to “please” someone. Hina looks like Saki sometimes too 
reportRecommended by reckless_senpaii
Both manga consist of unfortunate events that happen upon the young main characters: family issues, personal issues, environmental issues, etc. Throughout both mangas we see how their mental health and lives deteriorates because of the choices they made during their childhoods. 
reportRecommended by WindCharger
Both manga depict young women facing conflicts that worsen throughout the story, from family issues to their environment affecting them physically and mentally.  
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These two series are so oddly reminiscent of each other that it honestly scares me a lil bit (no spoilers! :x). The only difference here is that Saki did not have a Yoshida-san to be there for her and to guide her towards the correct path of adultery (speaking of which bruh saki's also a yoshida wtf what are the odds perhaps it was indeed inspired by henshin who knows). Both explores similar themes and the two series just really have similar vibes despite the fact that Henshin's a doujin whilst Hige wo Soru isn't. Regardless, if you enjoyed Henshin, definitely give Hige wo Soru a  read more 
reportRecommended by verdicT-
Two hentai who happen to have a real, deep story. One of them is happier than the other, but they still both portray some very sad moments and real social issues. Get ready to see some tears, and to have some yourself. Also, say good bye to your morals, we're talking about kidnapping, prostitution and pedophilia here.  
reportRecommended by MONOII
There are surprising similarities even apart from the name - both are stories of someone who gets pushed by those around them to change, about someone who gets the selfish desires of others pushed on them as the protagonists own life only gets worse by sacrificing the pursue of their own happines. Both are quite tragic stories. 
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Thanks to encounter with bad people and drug-related issues, the protagonist girl gets mind breaked and addicted.  
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Focuses on the life of a teenager and how it becomes a toy, how feelings get confused, while wounds are opened. The protagonist gets involved in the struggle over her life, becoming addicted to a relationship that does not know where it will go. A journey through life, where you discover the dark world, you make wrong decisions, you get depressed by the mistakes you've made, where everything can go worse, where you see the innocence where you started and end up lamenting for everything: Love , Sex, Family, Friendship. And I'm not only talking about your life, but two mangas to reflect. 
reportRecommended by OtakuNote87
I never quite thought I would relate ShindoL's 'Metamorphosis' as a modern day fable warning against the temptations of "sin" and the path any person's life could take into depravity given the right circumstances. Even the most unlikely individuals could become unrecognisable, as is explored in Furuya's manga adaptation of 'No Longer Human'. As is the nature of such a bold expose of a life descending into a dark, desolate place, 'No Longer Human' presents images of, and deals with feelings that may be difficult for some to read. The moral of the story is cautionary, and is not exemplified by the protagonist; so if you  read more 
reportRecommended by Kamimashita
I cried, I rolled back what my life story was like. Love is complicated and teens get caught up in it, Velvet Kiss and Henshin are a gruesome picture of the adult world. I recommend Velvet Kiss if you want to find manga in this genre, You will find out what the hard world of adults is like. 
reportRecommended by Syureria
Well, imagine core drama of Henshin done perfectly in just 50 pages, it is Tooi Kimi ni, Boku wa Todokanai for you. 
reportRecommended by Peligrimm
In these two series, you follow the story of a female protagonist going down a path in which they can never go back. Both depict dark and serious themes such as prostitution. Kimi ni Aisarete Itakatta shows a more soft core version of it's mature scenes than Henshin does. However, these two still share the common trait of being violent. The art style presented is similar. 
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