They both take into account relationships between rich aristocratic males and normal schoolgirls. Kiss/Hug seems to be the slightly more optimistic series in terms of misunderstandings and distance between social groups.
Well, these manga series seem to have the same 'I-am-rich-so-I-get-all-I-want' kind of male leads to begin with. At frst, both female protagonists are opposed to the idea of marrying the male leads who appeared to be a random stranger to them, but immediately falls for them.
Immediately I noticed a similar art between the two (checked after and noticed both were by the same author), the male lead is also more proactive in getting the female lead's attention. Also both female lead have some sort of past "trauma" that leads them to try and hold themselves back but the male lead comes in and tries to push them out of this "shell" they have created. The subject between the two however is different.
- both have a rich guy who likes a poor girl ..
- both girls have some sort of abnormal physical abilities ..
- both contain some thriller and action ..
- both girls dislike the guy at first but end up liking them
- both guys have a friend who tries to make a move on the girl
and alot more I'm afraid I'd spoil it if i went further ..
I'm surprised no one recommended this so far ..
The main guy characters in both of these really made me think of the other, though Ran in Hana ni Arashi is a good bit more innocent. The female leads are also similar in that they deny their love of the guy for a good time before accepting it. Anyways, I think that if you liked Hana ni Arashi, then you will like Desire Climax too, just be warned that Desire Climax is more mature.
Both mangas are similar in a way that the girl ends up with someone who is rich.
Hana ni Arashi = girl ends up with the sole billionaire heir.
1/2 Prince = girl ends up with a Prince of a foreign country.
Well 1/2 Prince is longer compared to Hana ni Arashi and is somewhat smutty. I prefer Hana ni Arashi because of how cool the main guy is.
In Both stories, the protagonists have super powers. In Hana ni Arashi - the girl has super powers, as for Muryoku, the guy is the one who has special abilities. Both series have romance and comedy in it.
Well male and female leads both strong minded and male likes female, female thinks she doesn't like male, and lots of other things are the same. to be honest if you like one your definitely going to like the other.
They are both about "ordinary" girls with a little something added. In Hana ni Arashi it's a "little" flexibility. The girl is followed by the rich guy. In Arakure, she finds out she is the grand daughter of a Yakuza boss. Both are very fun.
The male character is powerful in both the political and economic worlds, yet chooses to "chase" a common girl with no known reputation? The female lead is strong and constantly denies her love for the lead male character.