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.
Both series are supernatural shoujo mangas which tell a story of love between a demonic creature and a human girl and which is troubled with many obstacles. But Black bird is more smutty and Hanatsukihime is more bittersweet.
The main female lead in both manga are mentally strong, but they have ties to a strong male demon who desires to protect them from other demons. Both gave off a sort of fluffy romance feel while still maintaining a serious note through the story.
Hanatsuki Hime is about a girl who was born dead and her mother summons a demon to lend her his heart for sixteen years in exchange he will eat her.
It's similar because with the whole demon, contract thing. And the eat your soul, eat your flesh thing.
yeah its a like but the endings are entirely different.
Both include a devil that exchanges something with a human who will eventually give their life/soul back to the demon. The manga shows the adventures of the human and demon during the time that they're together.
Girl Falls in love with guy and guy likes girl but they cant be together for some reason. Both guys don't tell the girls they don't love them and lots more similarities in story/plot but don't want to give away spoilers XD.
Both are romantic adventure mangas about a human and a nonhuman who are traveling together. The female leads resemble each other and have similar personalities. Both have charming male leads.
I personally like Nephilim better.
These two manga's are both about a demon giving power to a young girl, for her in order to live. And in both of them, there's a contract that has to be fullfilled. And both of the girls got a mark which proves that they have the power of a demon in them.
And I liked both of them, but I have the feeling that Hitomi kara Destiny was a bit rushed. Personally, I likes Hanatsuki Hime better. It was beautiful, and it was like there came peace over me as I read some dancing parts. It was beautiful, and I was sucked into the story. Alas, Hitomi kara Destiny was so short, even though it was very beautiful too. But I didn't get the feeling that it was really peaceful, but rushed, as I said earlier.
Well, I really recommend Hanatsuki Hime if you liked Hitomi kara Destiny. I think you'll like Hanatsukihime even better. And if you've read Hanatsukihime first, read Hitomi kara Destiny. It's not as good, but it's nice. read more
The two are so much alike but so incredibly different; They're both about a girl who really has no one in the world, and begins a journey on a male who is basically immortal in a fictional world. Hanatsukihime is pretty short, but Immortal Rain is a rather decent length. If you like one, you'll definitely like the other a lot, too.
Both are fantasies with an Arabian desert type setting. While the stories are very different, Hanatsukihime is a supernatural story while Moonlight Dancers is more of just a romance the exotic settings and the fact that they are both dancers in the desert is similar. The art in Moonlight Dancers is very nice and of a really good shoujo quality cause it is both fantasy dreamy like and semi realistic.
It's the same story about a demon/vampire raising a young girl for only a short amount of time.
[spoiler]And then he falls in love with her which would have to let him choose who is to die - he or her?[/spoiler]
!This spoiler contains both story's ends!
[spoiler]And even though only one was supposed to be able to keep on living, in the end they both survive in both stories.[/spoiler]
Nemurenu ou ni Sasagu Yogatari is a manga based on a fairy tale of One Thousand and One Arabian Nights and Hanatsukihime is also a fairy tale type manga set in the desert. There is a supernatural element and a curse as well as romance in both of them and I think if you like one you will like the other. Both partners are connected by a strange fate and a curse yet find love.
Both about a young red/pink-haired cheery girl travelling with a dark-haired loyal guy in search of a way to let her live longer.
both are cute with the guy liking the girl without her really noticing and have a a similar atmosphere
Both are about the adventures of a girl and a mysterious guy who protects her. In 'Hanatsukihime,' the heroine is a dancer who is looking for the demon who gave her his heart. In 'Vision of the Other Side,' the female lead is a princess who is running away from the "Battle Demon" whom she is supposed to marry.
In my opnion, Vision is much better.
Both stories involve tabooed couples consisting of a not so ordinary girl, who is in love with a demon that is connected to her emotionally. Both demons originally plan to kill the girls, but return their love and hope to live happily with the girls somehow.
Both are romance/fantasy about a girl whose heart is going to be taken by a demon when she reaches a certain age. Both are beautifully drawn with plenty of bishounens. However, Hanatsukihime is more girly/cutesy (and not nearly as good as Masca), while the latter is more mature.
If you read and liked "Hanatsukihime" you will most likely enjoy "Ipaasha", and vice versa. Both have superbly beautiful art, are set in the desert, and flowers are a component of the mangas (actual flowers in Ipaasha and flower body markings in Hanatsukihime.)