Wotaku ni Koi wa Muzukashii
Wotakoi: Love Is Hard for Otaku
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Wotaku ni Koi wa Muzukashii

Alternative Titles

English: Wotakoi: Love Is Hard for Otaku
Synonyms: It's Difficult to Love an Otaku
Japanese: ヲタクに恋は難しい


Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Apr 17, 2014 to ?
Genres: ComedyComedy, RomanceRomance
Authors: Fujita (Story & Art)
Serialization: Comic POOL


Score: 8.291 (scored by 1671116,711 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #2772
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Popularity: #134
Members: 60,202
Favorites: 2,449


Romantic comedy of several pairings within a group of friends. Both also centers on otaku culture, in which the characters in Wotaku are anime or game otaku, and the characters in Gekkan Shoujo write manga. Wotaku is set in an office and the romance is more progressed, while Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun is set in school. However, both series have similar atmosphere being a light read comedy with unique and lovable characters. 
reportRecommended by Shirayukin
They both give you a warm, fuzzy feeling. The characters are so lovable. The couples are so cute. 
reportRecommended by sheidesu
Both have more than one couple, Both are lighthearted, Both are funny 
reportRecommended by fukumi
Both manga feature otaku outside their natural habitat (at a workplace). So if you enjoy people trying to hide their otakuism while trying to get by at the workplace, then you ll like these two manga. 
reportRecommended by xShinigami3125
.both the main characters works in the same place .the two are otakus -amami is very similar to narumi -momokawa is very similar to hirotaka -The comedy is in the same style 
reportRecommended by Hana-mo
Well this is similar where the couple works and I'm sure you'll like this one as well. This is about 2 couples both are otakus in their own kind. 
reportRecommended by Huqeo
Both series revolve around a few core couples' woes on relationships in a comedy/slice of life manga setting. WotaKoi's struggles revolve around the couples being otakus while Around 30's struggles revolve around the couples being "old." There are a lot of similarities between the two but both are different enough for me to recommend one if you like the other! 
reportRecommended by latissimusdomsi
Both have a rather similar cast of young working adults and a lot of comedy with some romance. 
reportRecommended by xShinigami3125
Both titles involve romance in their workplace Both involved 4 characters bonding 
reportRecommended by Niyte
Both of these feature main characters who are working adults with otaku hobbies (Complex Age is specifically focused on cosplayers) but are trying to conceal this from their coworkers out of fear of being rejected. They also both have romance/dating in the storyline, although it plays a more minor role in the storyline of Complex Age, and Complex Age isn't as lighthearted. 
reportRecommended by Kumoshi
It is a Love Comedy, with pure true love. If you liked ReLife style, you will love this manga also. Maybe the story and the continuity are a little bit confusing, but it is worth it. The story is easy to read, and the author doesn't mess a lot with the mix of chapters. 
reportRecommended by Wazon123
Both take place in an office work place and feature characters with hobbies they prefer to hide, while subtly seeking acceptance. 
reportRecommended by FluffyFish
Both are about a bit nerdy jung adults/university students that hang out and play together.  
reportRecommended by xShinigami3125