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Azumanga Daioh

Azumanga Daioh

Alternative Titles

English: Azumanga Daioh
Japanese: あずまんが大王


Type: Manga
Volumes: 4
Chapters: 69
Status: Finished
Published: Jan 18, 1999 to Mar 21, 2002
Authors: Azuma, Kiyohiko (Story & Art)
Serialization: Dengeki Daioh


Score: 8.401 (scored by 18252 users)
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Ranked: #2302
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Popularity: #217
Members: 34,028
Favorites: 2,684


Yotsuba reads like a heavily remixed version of Azumanga Daioh. Both are by Kiyohiko Azuma, and both should be prescribed remedies for the blues. Nothing on earth is a more potent cheerer-upper than Azuma's works =))) 
reportRecommended by YourMessageHere
very similar 4-koma light humour slice of life ideas with high school girls and their teachers. 
reportRecommended by MangaPancakes
Both are High-School comedies, and really entertaining and fun. The art is amazing in both as well. 
reportRecommended by Narabinaki
The 4-panel format, character interaction, and setting is very similar in both manga, except Azumanga Daioh dosen't have a focous on music. 
reportRecommended by Spryte
Both are school comedies in a 4-koma format. Very similar humor and the inspiration from Azumanga Daioh is very clear in Nichijou. Nichijou is far more episodic and has some sci-fi elements, but the overall feel is the same. 
reportRecommended by Jerkhov
4-koma slice of life about high school girls. both sometimes break the 4-koma format. both are very funny and light-hearted. 
reportRecommended by byob_soad2
Both are cute school mangas. 
reportRecommended by HatchetGirl
Both are humorous 4-koma set in high school. Azumanga Daioh doesn't have a romantic subplot, but it'll be sure to tickle your fancy if you enjoyed Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun and its humour. 
reportRecommended by thatgirlsagenius
Both are great, comedic series. The jokes are similar and some characters are also similar to each other. Mikubon is still must-read to Vocaloid fans, even if you didn´t like Azumanga Daioh 
reportRecommended by SpiritH0shi
Slice-of-life 4-koma with quirky schoolgirls hanging out together and awesome comedic timing.  
reportRecommended by MisterTimor
Both series are nice slice of life, though Azumanga is bit more on impact gags while Sonna Mirai wa Uso de Aru is bit more light hearted both series are good light read. 
reportRecommended by ashton
Both are really relaxing comedy mangas about groups of friends. 
reportRecommended by HatchetGirl
They both have the same kind of feel. A group of girls just goofing around a lot. Except in Seitokai there's one boy in the group and all the girls make really dirty jokes constantly. 
reportRecommended by SPlKE
Both have a similar sense of humor and interesting characters; both are slice-of-life. 
reportRecommended by maybelletea
Both are series about the day to day lives of high school girls. They both feature a cast of quirky characters and both have a laid back feeling. Both series also share a similar sense of humor. If you like one you're sure to like the other! 
reportRecommended by Whimsical
These two manga are both random, lighthearted, cute, high school girl slice-of-life comedies. The mood of these manga are very similar and sometimes even the characters. Also, Azumanga Daioh has a broad, random range of subject matter while GA is more art-based, so the change of subject matter can be refreshing.  
reportRecommended by OverChasm
Although the plots aren't very much like each other (AD is not romantic), I think these 2 series are quite similar in tone, as both show tiny little developments in the characters each chapter. They're also both very heartwarming in their own way without being sickly sweet. 
reportRecommended by st_owly
Both are top notch slice of life 4-koma mangas. 
reportRecommended by cthulhuplush
S.S. ASTRO is basically what you would get if the girls in Azumanga Daioh all grew up and became high school teachers. Same brand of humor, only in a (slightly) more mature light. 
reportRecommended by doubletaco
They are both in a school setting and "slice of life", if you like "Wa!" chances are high that you will like "Azumanga Daioh" as well. They both have the same kind of humor and Azumanga is as easy to go through as Wa is. I feel that its one of those manga where you can take everything for face value; its not very heavy plot-wise and its simplistic nature is very relaxing and enjoyable. Hope this helps! 
reportRecommended by SirAlex
While Azumanga is bit more on a gag jokes, while Minami-ke is more light and calmer both series are good read & laughs 
reportRecommended by ashton