Total Recommendations: 13
Ren-chin girl is quite similar to the 5th short story of Nonscale. A male lead interacting with a strange girl with a very high temperature
An ordinary girl looks like a monster. How people react differs between the two stories.
MC has a traumatic past and is put through a test of will
Although the plots are totally different, both deal with really big time scales beyond the length of a single lifetime.
Main characters know martial arts? Check. A tomboyish girl and general gender confusion? Check.
Both are really great comedies involving delinquents. Densetsu derives a lot of humor from misunderstandings, while Cromartie gets it from visual silliness and weird trains of thought.
Both MCs are out for vengeance. Goblin Slayer is far more sexual, and the vengeance is actually enacted, so the reader does get catharsis. Fire Punch is more about the pure hatred and willpower of the MC.
Energetic girl with mechanical arms and legs fights monsters. The art for the mechanical parts is really good in both too.
Both show casual life and violence in a post-apocalyptic desert
Both are battle manga have inventor protagonists that make weapons. Seiketsu no Haguruma is a lot darker with war and discrimination Yuusen Shoujo is more of a classic shounen where the MC tries to protect a girl
Both have a iron-willed male protagonist that is out for vengeance
Both focus on monster girls and have a sort of scientific feel to them. One has only a few demihumans, and the other a whole world. Both explore their daily lives and problems that result from their unique traits.