Total Recommendations: 17
Both stories have a similar setting with a male main character one day starting to come into contact with non-human girls. These girls get introduced 1 by 1 while the main character goes through his daily life. The humour and things that happen feel "the same" but you won't get the feeling that you're reading the same story twice. You also feel a similar vibe when you see the main male character's actions and thoughts altough the background is different.
Both manga are about humanoid aliens contacting humans in which the male main character gets closer to a female alien. The story, seiting and how the aliens look are different.
Manga about monstergirls in human society. The main character isn't having it easy ^.^ Both manga have the same feeling in which the main character doesn't have it easy to take care of the monster girl :)
- In both manga there's 1 (or multiple) weapon(s) with an own will. - There also seem to be 'dark powers' in both manga. - Both manga are about students at an academy (to fight).
Both manga are about a female vampire and a guy who discovers her secret. Karin is a "special" vampire though and both are able to walk outside during the day and go to school.
Both manga have a male lead who's forced to live with a woman they don't know. In both cases the female lead is adorable but the contact at first doesn't go very smooth. This changes over time. The characters themselves are quite different, Orange Yane no Chiisana Ie is about 2 adults with their own kids while Re:Marina is about a 16yo guy and a woman of a few years older. More info would spoil the story, just given both a try ;)
Both manga start with a woman falling from above which changes the life of the male protagonist. Apart from that, the stories are (very) different. Both contain some fanservice. Sora no Otoshimono starts off with more humour but gets very serious in the end while it's clear there's something more behind the story in Re:Marina from the start (Sora no Otoshimono has this too but there's a bigger focus on humour).
Both stories start out with 2 people ending up in the same building (block) with an awkward feeling at start but then they get to know eachother better over time. Senakagurashi is about 2 young people while Orange Yane no Chiisana le is about 2 adults with kids.
Both manga have a male and female character who are somewhat forced together. Apart from that, the story of both manga are quite different. Senakagurashi is also more innocent with younger characters.
Both are anime with witches and familiars, both have a male character they like. On the other hand: - time setting is very different - story is also quite different - Junketsu no Maria has a few more ecchi scenes but not too much (which is a good thing in this case)
In both stories, people are forced together due to some project or new idea. How the coupling goes and the plot itself are different, liking or disliking one of these stories doesn't automatically mean you'll also (dis)like the other story
The main character is a demon lord but he doesn't attack people. Another main character is a female hero but she doesn't quite get the job done so to speak.
The main character is a demon lord but he doesn't attack people as a real demon lord. He does get into 1 or more fights but tries to end things peacefully.
- Main male character that doesn't start off as a strong fighter and acts a referee or coach in the story. - Story with matches with female characters and a story that's at least decent. - Fanservice xD , not the main thing though :) - Big group of fighters with rivals and such. - Fighting in the ring. Not 'just' some street fighting. - Well drawn :)
Both anime are about "gods" (Soul Eater: Shinigami). In both anime, some characters can change into a weapon and be used by their partner. In both anime, the "gods" (can) fight some sort of a monster that isn't human or another normal animal. They're also fun to watch. :)
Been reading up to chapter 37; - The main character makes you think of Natsu in a way, with his friends somewhat resembling: Lucy, Grey/Gajeel, Juvia and Happy if you look at their relationships with one another. - Great fight scenes. - Some fanservice exists in this manga but it isn't it's a big selling point or a main reason to read this manga (which is a good thing). - Getting stronger to protect friends is a theme that has been relevant already. - Sudden power up exists like in FT but not whenever it would be nice to see, only in certain situations, not random. Can't say more without spoiling. - You could say the 'wizards' thing is replaced with 'knights'. - Both manga are fun to read. - Has both comedy and serious moments.
A young male with almost no power (in our world) is actually the mao, demon lord. This is something both male leading characters have in common. They also have some sort of a sidekick and a female character that likes the main character, yet tries to fight him for some reason but grows to like him over time. Both stories also have some sort of another female love interest that hangs around but this "love interest" is more obvious in Hataraku Maou-sama! At the start, both male, main characters have little to no "Mao-power" but this...changes without the main character trying to achieve this. What happens next is up to you to find out.