Total Recommendations: 23
Both of these manga have a similar feel to their main protagonist. they are clumsy and perverted but caring and open hearted. in TLRu there are aliens and in In Bura there are monsters.
similar set up and initial framework. i think both are enjoyable reads.
the contracts and gov't agencies and character interactions seem similar and i believe it you enjoy one then you'll enjoy the other.
both have demons, demon slayers, and infighting between demon slaying families. good read. OH has a lot more ecchi though, but both are good for a laugh.
These two manga deal with show biz in Japan. Both protagonists are not your usual everyday talent and actually enter the show biz for other people (skip beat for revenge and akb49 to help). Both give a similar feel even though the storylines differ greatly. hope you enjoy both.
Both have earth bound spirits that cannot rest due to their strong attachments to their respective sport/game. H no Go is more serious while Kurogane has a very strong element of humour. Both are enjoyable reads, although Kurogane has only recently started serialization. Oh, and watch out if you don't like prolonged explinations of various moves and tactics (especially for h no go).
Very similar opening story line. Both tenjou tenge and hanza sky have delinquents that join a martial arts club in their school. They start a fight with a member and then join after being trounced by a beautiful female member who saves her kouhai. That's where the similarities end however; and tenjou tenge diverges into a world of supernatural martial arts fighting. While hanza sky follows more of the path of other martial arts manga and has inter-high matches and focuses on personal growth kind of like full contact and karate shoukoushi kohinata minoru.
both have issues of successorship, both have a game where players represent chess pieces, both have incredible fighters. and that is about all they have in common except for a good (albiet different) sense of humour. hope you enjoy reading both.
both manga are held in magical schools and both protagonists have no magical powers to start. Though they differ with ZnoT having to deal with nobility and royalty in a different dimention and Mx0 dealing with magical zones and school bullying both are very good reads. So, if you enjoy one i believe that you will enjoy the other.
Both are harem manga that have the main protagonist trying to overcome a rather unbelievable problem (R+V's is goulification while GS DX's gynophobia). Both are well written comedic manga with a similar drawings and feel.
Both of these manga have a similar feel, even though the plots don't really resemble eachother. However, I believe that if you enjoy b reaction you will enjoy open sesame and vice versa.
Both Asu no Yoichi and Kure-nai revolve around the marial arts world, though Kure-nai is much darker and Asu no Yoichi is much more comedic. Both have the main protagonist as being the centre of attenetion with a harem-esque feel. Both manga have the protagonist battling to get stronger to protect what is important to them. So, I believe that if you enjoy one you'll enjoy the other.
Beach Stars follows a female volleyball team, while Overdrive follows a bicycle team comprised soley of boys. The main protagonists energy and passion for their respective sport is what i've found similar in both of these manga.
Although the plots diverge later on the beginning of both are rather similar. The two scariest people in the class get together (though in toradora it is a seemingly platonic relationship) and hilarity ensues. Both are a good read, so if you like one i'm sure you will like the other.
IN both Reaching you and Ge Good Ending the main protagonists are somewhat outcast individuals who receive help from a school's popular icon who they eventually develop feelings for. In Reaching you Sawako (the unsociable and spooky shut out) and Kazehaya (the school's most popular guy) develop feelings for each other as Kazehaya helps Sawako interact with her classmates. While in Ge Good Ending Utsumi (the cowardly socially awkward shut out) deveops feelings for Kurokawa (beautiful woman out of his league) as she helps him win over his unrequitted love. Both have interesting plot twists, but if I was asked which is my favourite I would reply that GE Good Ending is my favourite.
Now I can guess what you are thinking, but dispite revolving around two completely different sports I believe that the determination, situation, and character of the two protagonists are very similar. In both Holyland and Over Drive both Kamashiro Yuu and Shinozaki Mikoto start off as weak and pathetic characters who then evolve after experiencing the joys of their respective sports/activities. Both are determined not to lose the precious harbour that they found. The stories differ greatly of course (Holyland deals more with delinquents while Over Drive deals more with highschool life).
Both manga have the male protagonist contracting with devils, forced to live with beautiful demons, school life drama, and humour. Beelzebub is a little more of a gag battle manga whereas Hakoiri Devil Princess is more of romcom. But I think that if you enjoy one you'll enjoy the other.
Similarities include demons forcing themselves onto the protagonist, high school life, supernatural phonemon, and crazy magical battles. Although the plots differ the feel is very similar. In Princess Lucia, Lucia forces herself onto Yuta (the protagonist) wanting to make a baby that will be able to take over the world. And in Beelzebub Oga has baby Beel shoved on him so that he can raise him to destroy humanity/world. Both are funny and while P.L. focuses more on relationships and less on conflict than Beelzebub but are deffinately worth the read.
Same mangaka. The stories are a bit different but the feeling is similar. Plus the art and fan service are great as well. I find Ane Doki to have a little bit more satisfying story than Ichigo 100%, but both are a great read. and in Ichigo I really enjoyed the ending.
Both Kimi no Iru Machi and Moe Kare are character driven manga whose plots revolve around love (both discovering and losing love). In Kimi no Iru Machi the protagonist has a strange girl thrust upon him and although he likes someone already his feelings for the intruder blossom into love. Whereas in Moe Kare the protagonist is a female who falls in love with two brothers. Both deal with the pitfalls of love and the hardship involved in high school romances. I really think that if you enjoy this genre that you will enjoy these two manga. (although i'm a little more partial to Kimi no Iru Machi)
Both deal with "special" high schools where the faculty and directors are plotting for their own ends. Veritas and Medaka Box deal with high school life and student council life/strife. While Medaka Box is a little comedic both have a similar feel. Male protagonists want to become stronger, the student council president becomes overly concerned with the welfare of the student body. Although they differ in genre slightly both are great to read.
Both protagonists leave home to attend school where they meet mysterious yet powerful girls who greatly change their lives. Similarly Kanachime deals with magical swords whereas Maken-Ki deals with magical elements and artifacts. The plots deviate shortly after but the priciple of a young man wanting to become stronger are strongly present in both.
Both deal with memory loss, magic, love, and loss. Although the plot lines differ a little I believe that if you enjoy one you will enjoy the other as well, although both can be quite saddening at times.