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The main character from kimi koi limit has the same personality as Nana (hatchi) in the context that they are both always dependent on someone, useless, and has a very loveable character where people can't leave them alone.
In both mangas, the girls work under the guys and have to listen to their every demand. Both of their girls end up in a relationship with their boss, who are handsome and very perverted.
Both feature a female lead with the incredible skill to dance ballet with intense emotions and bring out the character they are immersed in. In Do Da Dancin' the heroine has support from her parents to pursue ballet, resulting in her becoming an incredibly good dancer with a lot of passion. Until one day her mother gets in an accident and perishes making her lose all will for dancing. From then on she dances without emotion and more casually. Eight years pass and she encounters a man that brings her spirit and love for ballet back. In Dance Subaru, Subaru lives for taking care of her terminally ill brother with a brain tumor, who slowly loses all recognition for everything around him. Subaru uses dance to express what happens everyday and in way for him not to forget her. This in turn sets her on the path and love for dance and the hardships she will continue to face in life. In my opinion, Dance Subaru was absolutely amazing. It gave me a whole, new profound respect for ballet. The manga is a lot more lengthy but it is worth with all the characterization, back story and emotional build up. In conclusion both manga's focus and the difficulties and passion for ballet. I recommend giving these a try.
Romance with a man made android. Zettai kareshi is about a girl that desperately wants a boyfriend/sweet romance. One day while browsing online she stumbles upon a male order site. As a joke she tries their free week trial and ends up in a predicament when a life sized human android shows up at her door. Hal is about a girl recovering from deep depression after losing her lover in war, the android is sent in looking and acting as her deceased sweet heart to help her recover and take of her.
Both are about independant strong girls that dress up/pretend to be a guy and attend and all boys school. Both are extremely hilarious romantic comedy with friendship elements. With uwasa no midori, the heroine volentarily chooses to go to an all boy's schoolget revenge on a boy that broke her heart. In Power the girl is forced to attend a co-ed school as a boy due to her fater running away.
Both are about unwanted girls married off to a mean/cruel man.
Both are about parents forcing their childern in a marriage when they turn sixteen.
Both mangas are about couples forced in a marriage that hate eachother at first but as they spend more time with one another they fall in love. Both endure many obstacles. Reimei no Acarna is more fantasy while Hapi Mari is more realistic/slice of life. I enjoyed reading these two immensly, definetly recommend it!
~Simularities -Both mangas are about two people forced in a marriage. -Heriones dont have any/much experience with men -The marriage is a secret to co-workers/friends/classmates -The guys are extremely attractive and popular with woman -Both have to live together
Both have in common the theme of newlyweds.
Both Mangas are about girls that are in relationships with a guy that looks tough and has a bad reputation. But as they get to know them and their relationship develops they discover what a sweet a charming guy they truly are. As the relationship progresses the couple encounter one hurdle and another but it only make their bond stronger. Also the girl's father are very similar in the aspect that they are very over protective, dote over their daughters, harbors extreme hatred for the boyfriends, and are very silly and exzaterated/dramatic. Also both of the boyfriends live on their own due to their families dying in an accident. Both mangas are extremely cute, adorable and funny. If you like one you would like the other. And if you havent read either, then you should give them a try!
These two manga's are drawn with realism and have a very depressing realistic take to them. Usually I enjoy literature that takes my mind of the bad but with these manga in paticular there is something about them no matter how depressing and shitty they make you feel you cant but them down. They are so intriguing and gripping. Very unquie and refreshingly differnt from other literature/manga Ive read. I recomend these two if you can handle context that can be dark and in need for something different.
Both series give the reader light and feathery feelings while reading them. The stories focus on love and connection/bonds. Each posseses characters with complexes and strong emotions. They both give same feeling while reading them, I highly recommend these two.
These two stoies have an amazing central element of friendship to the plot, revolving aroung two girl bestfriends that are polar opposites. Despite being so different the girls are closer than ever. While love is also a good portion of the story, it is mainly focuses on the beauty of friendship and how strong the two girls bond is with one another. Both also provoke warm feelings in the hearts and have extremely unique characters despite it is shoujo. Many say they can relate to both of the mangas too.
Romance within a cafe. In Biyaku cafe, the main character Kaoru is constantly harrased by both genders for her attractive features and is mistaken for a bishounen boy all the time. After being fired one again, feeling frusturated she kicks a can and accidently breaks a cafe's window. Confronted by the owner, she ends up working for him as a male waiter to her dismay. Her and the owner end up being in a passionate relationship. Yoru cafe centers around a woman named Hina Takato. After her husband passes away she ends up inheriting his cafe along with the attractive waiters working there. Mourning the loss of her husband she does her best to carry on but she can't help being attracted Soushi, the used to be famous tennis player that she admired greatly in highschool.
Both stories envolve romances centering in a cafe. Both heroines are forced to work in a cafe by their Hot tyrant bully for bosses and end up in a romantic relationship with them. Both cafes have a bunch of young, attractive men working there. The only difference is biyaku cafe has straight romance while Megane cafe glass is shounen ai. They are both cute stories to read
These two are both extremely hilarious.
Both are story lines with ridicoulous aventures, cute moments, silly romance and magic in some sense. Really adorable and light reads. If you liked one, then you will definetly like the other.
Both are are about young,naive girls that have huge one sided crushes on a boy. Throughout the storyline both girls persue and are constantly troubling the boys with their silly antics. They both target the same sort of audience and are very cute, exzagerated and very silly. Pixie pop follows a girl named Mayu, where she encounters a snarky drink fairy and is able to get powers pending on the drink she tastes. Mayu uses it to her advantage to make her crush like her. Pink Innocent centers around a girl named cocona, who is immensly rich but dense have a frim grasp on reality. She sets her sight on a boy that could care less about anything besides his laptop and making money. This doesnt get her down though, it just prompts her futher. Anyway both manga are adorable and I remember thoroughly enjoying it when I was younger. If you like silly,fluffy stories then try taking a gander upon these two.
Megane cafe Glass is comedic with shounen ai undertones. The story revolves around a kid who is self concious about wearing glasses and stumbles upon a cafe specifically just for glasses wearing people only to find out it's a BL cafe. Freaked out by what he sees he leaves and forgets to pay his bill. One thing leads to another and he ends up working there. Its a light, short manga with really pretty illustrated characters. Antique bakery has more plot and some comedy.The main characher Ono gets his innocent heart broken after being rejected by tachibana in Highschool. 14 years later Ono ends up working in Tachibana's restraunt as his chef. Both are are similar and differnt and are enjoyable reads.
Both Manga's are father/daughter relationships. Small world is a oneshot about a teenage girl living with her step dad after her mother passes away. He attempts to love her in his own way which comes off silly, her being a rebellious teenager pushes him away. Its really cute. My girlis is a longer series about a young man who discovers that he has a daughter.Through the series they both learn and grow together. My Girl has a more serious tone with a heart warming element. Both are great reads.
Both involve romance with robots. Karakuri Odette is a light hearted, comedic manga while Hal is a more bitter sweet, meaningful manga. They both are amazing reads and I highly recomend both.
They are both are about death and how it affects the people around them. Death sweeper mostly focuses on cleaning up what's left of the body, its aftermath ect. While Shigeshoushi, also known as "The Embalmer" centers its plot around the profession of beautifying the corpses to make the individual look as they did before they pershied. Both are a little gruesome but both are enlightening and are worth the read.
they are both about married couples. only Darling wa Namamono ni Tsuki is ridicoulousy silly and hilarious while hapi mari is more serious and romantic. both are very good mangas, i highly recommend both<3
Both are about playboys ending up taking care of a child with no idea who the mother is.
Both are about playboys that wind up taking care of a kid. With Aishiteruze baby the protaganist takes care of his relatives child that she abandoned, With Ore no ko desu ka the guy ends up with a kid and note that says its his child and has no clue who the mother is. both are good reads~
Both Have a young girl in a relationship with a demon. And try to seek their loved ones affection.
both involve a similar relationship of affection toward their master while the master is conflicted showing any emotions to them. But with Moujuu wa ori no naka the guy lead is just known as a beast but with jiujiu the guys turn to wolves and are raised. by their master. Both are good reads i recomend.