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Total Recommendations: 16

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14-sai no Koi
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Sannensa
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Wholesome love stories. If you want a slice of life romance check these out!

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Boku to Kimi no Taisetsu na Hanashi
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Sannensa
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In the huge world of typical romantic manga these 2 stories stand out. That’s because: 1. The romance is realistic, the couple is shy, nervous and relatable. 2. There are no villains who try to destroy their love. Purely wholesome stories. 3. These manga will make you remember your loved one(or wish for a girlfriend), ie. they are love inducing. 4. If you love Slice of life + romance, these read these. I guarantee you’ll have fun.

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Pluto
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Origin
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Can humans coexist with robots? If they did then what would the society look like? Since robots are made to serve humans they are inferior to us-----merely our servants. But if the robots develop high A.I.!!! If robots develop feelings, then is it morally right to treat them as interiors?? Both these manga explore such themes. Boichi's story is more of a classic "Avenge my father"story. And Urasawa is same as always!! Creates a world ending mystery. A thriller. Both stories are worth reading.

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Kozure Ookami
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Golgo 13
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The story of both the manga, their presentation style and drama are almost identical. Made by the same mangaka, set in different time periods they both involve a man---- an Assasin for hire. The assasin never fails, not much is known about him and all those who duel him meet the same end.

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Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou
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Kabocha no Bouken
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Kabocha is a lovely read. And so is YKK. Both are more about pictures and pauses rather than action and dialogues. Great examples of slice of life.

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Mangaka Chou Zankoku Monogatari
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Moeyo Pen
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There are two types of people in this world - Mangaka and non-mangaka. This difference is shown clearly by both these manga. Mangaka Chou Zankoku Monogatari has many short stories of different mangaka while Moeyo Pen is about a single hot-blooded man whose every page is a battle. MCZM is more comical and sarcastic but Moeyo Pen is more fun to read. Both will expand your views on the manga world.

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Shiroi Kumo
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Ranman
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Ranman has stories that will make you think. So does Shiroi Kumo. Both are collections of short stories that make you happy, sad, stupid, refreshed, relived, etc. If you liked one of these, then you will probably like the other.

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Slam Dunk
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Rookies
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Slam Dunk and Rookies have many things in common. They are both sports manga which show teamspirit is important and have the motto 'One for All'. The protagonists don't start of as smart sportsmen but develop into them. eg. Sakuragi shows phenomenal development in SD while the whole Nikogaku team goes from being delinquents to spirited baseball players. Even if you don't know anything about sports you will be able to enjoy these series. Both manga maintain a balance between the wonderfully presented games and the emotional aspect, ie. the players' dreams.

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Sanctuary
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Date Masamune
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Both the manga show the rise of young men who using power, cunning and influence reach the top. Sanctuary is fiction and politics. Masamune is a non-fiction biographical tale of a great warlord involving politics and war.

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Yotsuba to!
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Flat
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Both manga show how a kid views the world. Both are simple cute stories.

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Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou
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Aruku Hito
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Both the manga are beautiful examples of Slice of Life. They are scenic, have little on no story(especially Aruku Hito) and are very calming.

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GTO
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Gokusen
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Both involve unorthodox teachers who keep delinquents under control and build a rapport with them. Both are comedies with similar plot.

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Sekai no Chuushin de, Ai wo Sakebu
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Watashitachi no Shiawase na Jikan
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In both the stories lovers are separated by death. Both stories are moving and tear-jerkers but still bring out the message- Cherish life.

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Beck
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G Senjou Heaven's Door
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Both the manga have a protagonist who is initially aimless. But he discovers a passion and from then on the story takes off. Both stories show how one has to struggle to succeed in a profession and that this struggle is what makes success so sweet. In the end, we'll be happy if we keep chasing our dreams. Also, friends can help a bunch at times! I highly recommend both beck and G Senjou Heaven's Door.

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Ability Shop
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Skip! Yamada-kun
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In both the stories we see that in the end, superpowers don't bring happiness. It is us. We must try our best and will gain recognition.

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Wallaby
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Plant∞Plan
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Both plots are different but the genre and the feel at the end is same. Both are light and happy mangas.