Total Recommendations: 17
Both are well crafted, heart wrenching and involve the protagonists' struggles to kill their beloved in an attempt to save the world.
Both involve the growth of a romantic relationship between the strong female protagonist and her supernatural servant. Kamisama is a bit more light-hearted and current than Her Majesty; but if you liked one I would consider looking into the other.
The intwining of vampires, action and adventure that results in the blossoming of a strong relationship between a young girl and her fated enemy. If you liked one I would recommend looking into the other.
Both are heartwarming stories that revolve around paint, hardship and the slow blossom of love between a young female character and an older artist. If you liked one, I would recommend reading the other as well.
Both are exciting novels that deal with solving mysteries and discussing the supernatural (more so with Ghost Hunt) in an almost episodic manner. Yet at the same time there is also a deeper underlying plot that runs through the novels regarding the past of the lead male protagonists. Both keep you enthralled while reading, if you liked one I would recommend checking out the other.
Both involve a strong female protagonist dealing with mystery and the supernatural; they also share a humorous love-hate relationship with the main male lead. If you liked one I would recommend the other.
Aside from the excellent artwork, both the female protagonists have very similar characters; both are strong-willed, intelligent and beautiful. The plot also involves a love-hate relationship between the lead female and male characters that blossoms into love. If you like one I would recommend the other.
The female protagonists in both HK and PG are very similar; they are hot tempered, have effervescent vibrant personalities and do not fail to make you laugh. Both are constantly going beyond their means to help the male protagonists they adore and in turn lead to the build up of an enjoyable and entertaining plot. If you liked one, I would suggest trying the other!
Both stories involve a slightly wayward and childish character under the care of a more mature and elegant individual and the development and fulfillment of love. The bildungsroman theme is also present which makes both stories a delightful read. The plots are both well crafted and hold a mature appeal that is infrequent amongst the typical shoju novel. VC involves a tomboyish girl and a mature younger pianist who have been friends since childhood while KPS depicts a relationship between an elder journalist and a younger dancer who she just met and ends up living with her. Both made me laugh, cry and had me wishing that the series had a sequel. If you liked one I think you might like the other as well.
The relationship shared between Takami and Akira is very similar to Kei and Hiakari's. Kei, like Akira, is reserved, brilliant and confident. Hikari, like Takami, is awkward when it comes to relationships, speaks her mind and is boisterous and optimistic. Both mangas are very entertaining and enjoyable, the character relationships make them a humorous and light-hearted read. Although, of the two, I found Venus Capriccio to be slightly deeper than Special A. I would still recommend checking out the other if you enjoyed one of them.
The character interaction between Miriam and Douglas is identical to that of Hikari and Kei. Both of them fight most of the time however habour deeper feelings for each other. Both female protagonists are physically strong and intelligent; this makes the novels highly entertaining, amusing and very much appreciated. If you like one I would recommend reading the other.
Both Mangas are nice and long. They also have a similar plot where a heroine teams up with others to achieve a goal. They are well written, witty, funny and romantic with a touch of fantasy- if you liked one you'd definitely like the other.
Both Mangas are ideal for any who crave lengthy, well written, fantasy/romance/comedy based mangas. They both involve a lovable (though not at first) vampire and a girl/heroine who is surrounded by several good looking male characters. If you liked one, I would suggest you read the other.
Both revolve around the build up of love between a young girl and her bodyguard/mentor, although Royal 17 is alot more steamier. They both are excellent and hilarious reads, if you liked one I would suggest reading the other.
Both stories revolve around a reluctant romance that blossoms slowly over time. The heroines are almost identical; both have a food fetish, are clumsy and cute. There are some parallels between the male leads as well, both are attractive. If you like one, I think you'd enjoy the other.
Both share the element of good looking and popular man looking out/taking care of/over seeing the welfare of a young girl. Both girls have similar personalities. They are courageous with a strong moral grounding, although the female protagonist for Arakure has a bit more depth.
Both have great art and humor. The heroine in both GS and A are stronger than the average shoujo manga girl and they embody the theme of protection. If you liked one I would recommend reading the other.