Total Recommendations: 5
Over the top and beyond impossible! TTGL does it with awesome mechas, but Beelzebub is about...raising a child. TTGL has it's serious moments, but Beelzebub is 100% humour. Amazing voice cast: almost every Beelzebub's main character has a seiyuu from TTGL. For example, crazy awesome Kamina's voice actor is playing the role of arrogant but idiotic main character, Oga, who is also crazy awesome in his own (beat them up) way.
Both series are about delinquents' school life: there's great fights, girl problems and a lots of crazy humor. I can't stop laughing when I read these two masterpieces. Even fights are full of comedy and laughable misunderstandings. If you want something realistic about guys gang activities, I recommend the Worst or Holyland. If you want to die laughing, try these two.
Action and love story about a weakling boy and a powerful girl with some serious mental problems. Although male character is a nice person, in both mangas all attention focus on female characters. In C123 Motoko has divided personality and in Mirai Nikki Yuno is superprotective and obsessed yandere who has no qualms about killing. Both has action and blood, the difference is that there's more ecchi and martial arts in C123 and Mirai Nikki is more violent and even creepy sometimes. But if you enjoy one, I definitely recommend the other.
Adult version of Hiruma Youchi plays baseball instead of american football. One Outs' protagonist Toua resembles Hiruma very much: a physically average player wins because he outwits his opponents. Eyeshield 21 is more humorous and there is more main characters, but if you enjoy tactic and mind games, I recommend these both.
You can’t prejudice people, no matter what they look like. Both tells about the carefree school life of delinquents, and there’s lots of school fights, humor, funny misunderstandings, strong female characters and some yakuzas. In Angel Densetsu, Seiichirou Kitano only appears to be cruel school delinquent, but in reality he has a good heart. Story repeats itself in Gokusen, where math teacher Kumiko Yamaguchi beliefs in her ”cute little students”, although everyone else thinks they are hopeless. Luckily Yamaguchi has a secret weapon: she's from yakuza family. Angel Densetsu’s problem is drawing style, which gets better later on. But Angel Densetsu is definitely funnier! Angel Densetsu is quite absurd, but if you liked Kumiko’s yakuza/teacher personalities, you will laugh at Kitano’s problem, since everyone is afraid of him no matter what.