Total Recommendations: 25
A new student goes to a new school and has to fight everyone in their own sport.
Main character is an ugly girl that is made better by a superior man. Also, crossdressing.
A slow and gentle progression, showing a different world, the different people that live there and their various occupations, while the involved characters grow and learn about life.
Set in the 80s-90s US, both mangas deal with crime and mistery. The old Kaori Yuki's drawing style is also very simliar to Fake.
The environment is very similar. Uraboku seems to be heavily inspired in NigthWalker, as a constant theme of "demons figthing demons" appears in both in very similar ways.
An extremelly funny, sloppy and silly view on the various aspects of sexuality. Both include cute rodents.
A lot of experimental animation and similar usage of artistic elements to convey plot progression.
Even though they are completely different, the political aspects of Meine Liebe are contemplated in LotGH. The main characters resemble each other a lot, on their views and personalities.
A slice of life where there is interaction with shintoist figures. Kamichu has more gods than anything while Natsume Yuujinchou has youkai.
A peaceful slice of life, very organic and relaxing. The art is also similar in the sense of round and shiny character designs.
They both explore the NEET social crisis, even though in very different ways.
Similar style and type of humour, even though DMC is more fast paced and has less original content (ie. ammount of jokes)
The character stereotypes are the same, and even the designs are similar. Otherwise, they are shows with a great amount of good looking guys engaging in school activities.
Love in an orchestra. Except that Nodame Cantabile is straight and loads sweeter. ;p
Even though the moods are diametrically different the events run in a similar fashion and both series exhale the same aura. The main characters are also graphically similar.
Similar aesthetics and "power words". The story development also has some common points.
In both the main character is dragged to an unknown world where they have the power to change its destiny (and are unaware of it)
Both have a girl that came from a weird place living with a shy regular boy. And both make a very shy couple. Side characters are also very similar and the voice actress for Sensei and Belldandy is the same.
Both feature a guy with doubts between two woman. Even though they are very different men. =p Also in both all the characters seem to develop mental pathologies...
Crazy Parodies ^^ (also, Lucky Star parodies Excel Saga once or twice xD)
The environment is likely Ancient China in both. They also feature a random girl transported to that world and given the role of changing destiny.
Both feature Bounty Hunters (or Sweepers, call them whatever you like) and a blonde girl genetically created that knows nothing about the real world.
Both have girl fighters on little skirts that destroy enemies on filler episodes over and over again with the same attacks. More credits to the originality of Sailormoon, since the clothing, character and situation analogy is posterior for Wedding Peach.
Similar theme and extreme analogies between characters. Both circle around nuns who fight the evil with overgrown weapons and that are friends with a doomed vampiresque form of life.