Manga Recommendations

Manga: Domestic na Kanojo
If you liked
Domestic na Kanojo
Manga: Unbalance x3
...then you might like
Unbalance x3
Both include a mature sister love relationship that are considered taboo.
MC is a student in both series.
Domestic na Kanojo is more of how the MC adapts to his new family/both sisters. Unbalance x3 (at least until now, chap 61) focuses on the brother-sister in love relationship.
Manga: Acchi Kocchi
If you liked
Acchi Kocchi
Manga: Amano Megumi wa Sukidarake!
...then you might like
Amano Megumi wa Sukidarake!
With comedy, sweetness, and some nice sexual tension, Acchi Kocchi and Amano Megumi provide some of the best slice-of-life entertainment in the manga medium. While AM has a bigger emphasis of fanservice, both feature iconic characters that readers will recognize at a glance. Combine that with light-hearted episodic stories, and you got the perfect pair of series to read after a long day at work!
Manga: Acid Town
If you liked
Acid Town
Manga: Girl May Kill
...then you might like
Girl May Kill
Both series deal with gangs, with Acid Town focusing on the yakuza and Girl May Kill the mafia. The backstories of some characters are very similar (which is all I can say without spoiling) and both stories have the same feeling of gritty suspense and feature sometimes convoluted relationships between characters which all adds together to create a definite dark, mature theme. Though Acid Town features a whole lot more of those convoluted relationships, and is growing to be a far more complex series as a whole, probably because it's almost double Girl May Kill's length and is still ongoing, both series are written in such a way that you really do grow to feel for individual characters and their situations.
Manga: Koi ja nai no da!
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Koi ja nai no da!
Manga: Ao Haru Ride
...then you might like
Ao Haru Ride
Male and female protagonists were friendly during childhood, but as they became teenagers they lost sight of each other. When reuniting, their feelings for each other are still apparent. However, both characters find it difficult to confess to one another clearly. Also, when things get really complicated for the characters and their emotions, the female lead is confessed to by someone she doesn't really have feelings for (not the male lead).
Manga: Tomo-chan wa Onnanoko!
If you liked
Tomo-chan wa Onnanoko!
Manga: Mousou Telepathy
...then you might like
Mousou Telepathy
Similarities:
- Both released daily
- Pretty similar plot
- Characters are both interesting and have their own interesting "abilities"
- Very similar humor
- Both revolve around a girl and guy respectively.

Difference:
- Mousou Telepathy has very cartoonish art (Which actually ties in well with the plot), whereas Tomo-chan wa Onnanoko is more Manga-like

- Characters in Tomo-chan wa Onnanoko are more 3 dimensional, and are more tied into the plot.
Manga: Dragon Head
If you liked
Dragon Head
Manga: I Am a Hero
...then you might like
I Am a Hero
Both mangas are placed in a apocalyptic Japan where the main characters have to survive with other who are left fend for themselves. I am a hero differs mainly from taking true psychological turn on how to tell it's story while Dragon head is more or less cliche inferior form of the genre.
Manga: Isekai Cheat Magician
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Isekai Cheat Magician
Manga: Shinka no Mi: Shiranai Uchi ni Kachigumi Jinsei
...then you might like
Shinka no Mi: Shiranai Uchi ni Kachigumi Jinsei
1) Both main character are transported/reincarned in another world
2) Both story are set in a fantasy world
3) Both main character are overpowered
4) Both main character are strongest in the world from the beginning
5) Despite both main character are op, the story is mainly a slice of life
6) Both light novel are very funny
Manga: Triangle
If you liked
Triangle
Manga: Pure
...then you might like
Pure
Both are manhwas which give similar type of atmosphere and the story goes in the same direction (I don't want to spoil too much but once you read both till the end, you should get what I mean). There's also a love triangle between three man (Pure) and two man with not annoying (!) woman (Triangle).
Manga: Yuragisou no Yuuna-san
If you liked
Yuragisou no Yuuna-san
Manga: Isekai Onsen ni Tensei shita Ore no Kounou ga Tondemosugiru
...then you might like
Isekai Onsen ni Tensei shita Ore no Kounou ga Tondemosugiru
Similarities:
1) Both mangas are about "Onsen"
2) Both mangas have a lot of ecchi scenes
3) Both mangas have "waifu" material
Differences
1) Isekai onsen is set in a fantasy world and Yuragisou no Yuuna-san in the modern Japan
2) In Isekai Onsen the power is magic and in Yuragiso no Yuuna-san is the Spiritual Energy
Manga: Naruto
If you liked
Naruto
Manga: Slam Dunk
...then you might like
Slam Dunk
While Naruto is ninja shonen, Slam Dunk is basketball manga. However, two main characters are almost like Naruto and Sasuke.

Sakuragi is just like Naruto - talented, not very liked by girls, rude, strong, dumb and funny, his love interest loves his rival -

Rukawa - just like Sasuke he is liked, talented, "lonely" and he is the rival of Sakuragi
Manga: Horimiya
If you liked
Horimiya
Manga: Honey
...then you might like
Honey
If you've read any bit of honey at all, Onise is kinda like miyamura. onise is suppose to be a bad guy by turns out he's not. Well in a kinda similar way miyamura kun is known as the good guy but has like a bad guy look under the disguise. I think it's similar! I definitely think so I love them both.

Manga: After Morning Love
If you liked
After Morning Love
Manga: Oboreru Triangle
...then you might like
Oboreru Triangle
Both manga have a similar theme of one of the guys exploring their sexuality when they stumble upon a member of the same sex. However, After Morning Love is BL, which means it focuses more on their romantic development.

Also, I'm not sure why MAL is showing all 7 chapters as published, when I can't find more than 2 chapters of the manga online.
Manga: Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou
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Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou
Manga: Slime Taoshite 300-nen, Shiranai Uchi ni Level Max ni Nattemashita
...then you might like
Slime Taoshite 300-nen, Shiranai Uchi ni Level Max ni Nattemashita
1) Both main character are transported to another world
2) Both story are set in a fantasy world
3) Both works have rpg system
4) Both main character (female, Yue and Asuza) are an eternal loli
5) Both main character (Hajime and Asuza) are very overpowered
6) Both main character have a level above the average
7) Both main character are very famous in his/her respective world
Manga: Zankoku na Kami ga Shihai suru
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Zankoku na Kami ga Shihai suru
Manga: Pure
...then you might like
Pure
Both works are truly tragic, lots of domestic violence and difficult family situations. Big role of "brotherly love" and the romance develops slowly and with lots of inside problems.
Manga: Azumanga Daioh
If you liked
Azumanga Daioh
Manga: Yotsuba to!
...then you might like
Yotsuba to!
While pretty much a given, Azumanga Daioh and Yotsuba to! encapsulate the fun in the mundane, brimming with innocence from writer Kiyohiko Azuma. If you love either of these series, then you'll definitely enjoy the other.
Manga: Oyasumi Punpun
If you liked
Oyasumi Punpun
Manga: Sabishisugite Lesbian Fuuzoku ni Ikimashita Report
...then you might like
Sabishisugite Lesbian Fuuzoku ni Ikimashita Report
Both are manga that deal with themes of depression, yet go off on their different ways as interesting character-driven stories. You are not guaranteed to have a good time reading through either of these, but it's a very accurate depiction of what depression does to a person. Worth your time.
Manga: Trinity Seven: 7-nin no Mashotsukai
If you liked
Trinity Seven: 7-nin no Mashotsukai
Manga: Seireitsukai no Blade Dance
...then you might like
Seireitsukai no Blade Dance
-Both MCs are the demon lord
-Both MCs are getting stronger together with girls(harem)
-Both male MCs are going to a school filled with girls
-Both MCs are getting stronger because they wish to save someone precious to them.
Manga: Trinity Seven: 7-nin no Mashotsukai
If you liked
Trinity Seven: 7-nin no Mashotsukai
Manga: Magika no Kenshi to Basileus
...then you might like
Magika no Kenshi to Basileus
-Both MCs are the demon lord
-Both stories are about the MC, who gets stronger together with girls
-Both MCs can use the same magic and copythem as their girls(harem)
-Both MCs are strong from the start but don't know hot to use their powers correctly.
Manga: Hatenkou Yuugi
If you liked
Hatenkou Yuugi
Manga: Himegimi to Sanbiki no Kemono
...then you might like
Himegimi to Sanbiki no Kemono
Its about a girl who meets some men and go on an adventure. Although in Hatenkou Yuugi, its her father that kicks her out unlike Himegimi where she was stolen. Yuugi is much longer but has character development and nice romance like Himegimi. If you like one, im sure you'll like the other.

A bounus is that Hatenkou Yuugi has an anime but it doesn't follow the manga as much as you'd expect. It bends how and when you meet certain characters and the anime doesn't continue threw the whole manga. It stops at a fairly good point but it ends as if it were to have a second season....which it doesn't.
Manga: Koukou Debut
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Koukou Debut
Manga: Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji
...then you might like
Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji
Koukou Debut is one of my favorite shoujos--I'm biased and I have a soft spot in my heart for it even though I read it many years ago (and reread it often). I remember after finishing it for the first time, I craved something similar and Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji filled that void for me. -In both mangas there is a seemingly cold yet loving male lead and an enthusiastic, bubbly, blunt, crybaby (but very lovable) female lead -Plot focuses more on their actual bf/gf relationship then draggy "does he like me/does she like me" plot -Male leads don't express emotions easily but you can tell they are head over heels in love with female lead; female leads are openly VERY expressive of their emotions -Male leads are closed off/stoic but not in a rude or violent way -Just enough drama/conflict where leads are able to overcome without making the relationship on and off -Cute, interesting supportive leads, best friends, side characters While Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji gives me more of a typical, shoujo vibe, if you enjoy one manga (or especially adore the characters) you will most definitely enjoy the other!
Manga: Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun
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Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun
Manga: Hana-kun to Koisuru Watashi
...then you might like
Hana-kun to Koisuru Watashi
-Role model student female leads whom both excel in academics, but somehow end up taking interest in the school "delinquent" male leads whom often skip class. -Male leads are outcasts, misunderstood, a bit violent, and have a soft spot for female lead. -Female leads are firm and not pushovers. -Unrequited love does not drag on throughout the entire series and there is focus on the relationship's development. -Character development for friends outside of the main leads as well. -Tonari No Kaibutsu-Kun's leads are a little more unconventional while Hana-Kun to Koisuru Watashi's leads are a little more typical but both are very enjoyable shoujos nonetheless.
Manga: Hana-kun to Koisuru Watashi
If you liked
Hana-kun to Koisuru Watashi
Manga: Happy Life Hajimaru
...then you might like
Happy Life Hajimaru
-The heroines are both class presidents and role model student types who somehow take an interest in the male lead who is an outcast/delinquent/misunderstood type. -Both heroines have the interest to help/take care of others and are kind but still firm. -Both have nice art and cute scenes; are typical shoujo but still have sweet, slice of life vibes. -Happy Life Hajimaru is more cliche but still cute I was reading Happy Life Hajimaru and was sad to see there were only two chapters out so I was glad to have found Hana-kun to Koisuru Watashi because it filled the void that I was craving after reading Happy Life Hajimaru and was actually better (unfair comparison since it has more chapters ^^)
Manga: Mirai Nikki
If you liked
Mirai Nikki
Manga: Platinum End
...then you might like
Platinum End
A selective group of people are given supernatural powers to fight each other to the death, in the hopes of becoming the next God.
Manga: Ikoku Meiro no Croisée
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Ikoku Meiro no Croisée
Manga: Maid kara Haha ni Narimashita
...then you might like
Maid kara Haha ni Narimashita
Both are similar in the aspect of taking care of someone younger but not having a blood connection with them.
In Maid kara Haha ni Narimashita, there is a magic and the main character is a mother figure.
In Ikoku Meiro no Croisée, there are no fantasy elements, and the setting takes place in 19th century France. The male mc is like a brother figure to the main character.
Manga: Shinka no Mi: Shiranai Uchi ni Kachigumi Jinsei
If you liked
Shinka no Mi: Shiranai Uchi ni Kachigumi Jinsei
Manga: Ubau Mono Ubawareru Mono
...then you might like
Ubau Mono Ubawareru Mono
-Both MCs are gaining skills like crazy
-Both male MCs are strong
-Transported to another world
-Both MCs have unique jobs
-Both MCs have a large number of skills
-RPG-like features
-Skill assimilation
-Both male MCs can steal their enemies skills.
Manga: Death March kara Hajimaru Isekai Kyousoukyoku
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Death March kara Hajimaru Isekai Kyousoukyoku
Manga: Shinka no Mi: Shiranai Uchi ni Kachigumi Jinsei
...then you might like
Shinka no Mi: Shiranai Uchi ni Kachigumi Jinsei
-Both MCs are gaining skills like crazy
-Both male MCs are OP(for their worlds) but they try to hide it
-Transported to another world
-Both MCs have unique jobs and titles
-Both MCs have a large number of skills
-RPG-like features.
Manga: Shinka no Mi: Shiranai Uchi ni Kachigumi Jinsei
If you liked
Shinka no Mi: Shiranai Uchi ni Kachigumi Jinsei
Manga: Seichou Cheat de Nandemo Dekiru you ni Natta ga, Mushoku dake wa Yamerarenai you desu
...then you might like
Seichou Cheat de Nandemo Dekiru you ni Natta ga, Mushoku dake wa Yamerarenai you desu
-Both MCs have cheat abilities
-Transported to another world
-Both MCs have a large number of skills
-RPG-like features
-Skill assimilation
-Both MCs have unique jobs
-Both male MCs have a cheat growth ability.
Manga: Shinka no Mi: Shiranai Uchi ni Kachigumi Jinsei
If you liked
Shinka no Mi: Shiranai Uchi ni Kachigumi Jinsei
Manga: Kisei shite Level-ageta n da ga, Sodachisugita kamo Shirenai
...then you might like
Kisei shite Level-ageta n da ga, Sodachisugita kamo Shirenai
-Both MCs are gaining skills like crazy
-Both male MCs are OP(for their worlds) but they try to hide it
-Transported to another world
-Both MCs have unique jobs
-Both MCs have a large number of skills
-RPG-like features
-Skill assimilation
Manga: Mokushiroku Alice
If you liked
Mokushiroku Alice
Manga: Kimi Shi ni Tamau Koto Nakare
...then you might like
Kimi Shi ni Tamau Koto Nakare
In both mangas it's about students of an academy specialised in educating soldiers who fight against 'evil' although it isn't clear what the real 'evil' is in their respective worlds. The two male main characters start as beeing loners who outdo the other students. At first they only seem to care about their own goal,but later they almost start to feel attached to their comrades. Both mangas are quite dark and have interesting characters. if you like one you'll like the other as well ^^
Manga: Abide in the Wind
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Abide in the Wind
Manga: Suijin no Hanayome
...then you might like
Suijin no Hanayome
The male MC is very rational. The female MC shows the male MC the world of feelings, relationships and joy of life. Also, the male MC shows a romantic interest in the female MC.
Manga: Oyasumi Punpun
If you liked
Oyasumi Punpun
Manga: Satougashi no Dangan wa Uchinukenai: A Lollypop or A Bullet
...then you might like
Satougashi no Dangan wa Uchinukenai: A Lollypop or A Bullet
Both are dark, sometimes eccentric manga that, in spite of some of the characters' whimsical personalities, are ultimately heavily grounded in inescapable reality.
Manga: Watari-kun no xx ga Houkai Sunzen
If you liked
Watari-kun no xx ga Houkai Sunzen
Manga: Koi to Uso
...then you might like
Koi to Uso
There are 3 similar characters between wnxghs and ktu based on looks. The long haired blonde girl, the black/brown haired male lead, and the short black-ish/purple haired girl they all kind of look alike. Also in both manga's there is an one sided love that turns out to not be one sided in some way.
Manga: 23:45
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23:45
Manga: Lonely to Organdy
...then you might like
Lonely to Organdy
Both mangas tell the story about a young boy suddenly meeting a ghost and living with him in an apartment, even though before they couldn't see ghost.
Manga: Apollo no Uta
If you liked
Apollo no Uta
Manga: Spirit Circle
...then you might like
Spirit Circle
They both deal with reincarnation.
Manga: To LOVE-Ru Darkness
If you liked
To LOVE-Ru Darkness
Manga: Dokyuu Hentai HxEros
...then you might like
Dokyuu Hentai HxEros
They're both somewhere between a harem manga and a harem hentai.
Manga: Nana to Kaoru
If you liked
Nana to Kaoru
Manga: Ibitsu
...then you might like
Ibitsu
similar in a lot of ways but its hard not to spoil, this is like a much darker nana to kaoru

Manga: Jigoku no Enra
If you liked
Jigoku no Enra
Manga: Koi wa Hito no Hoka
...then you might like
Koi wa Hito no Hoka
The manga storyline is very similar. Both of the main characters are females who make a contract with a demon. The demon continues to follow them around to protect them, so they can eventually "eat" them. The protagonists are strong willed and determined to save others in each of the manga.
Manga: Basara
If you liked
Basara
Manga: Four Daughters of Armian
...then you might like
Four Daughters of Armian
Set in the same background setting which is kingdom, the main heroine is a girl who tries to fight against fate that awaits her ahead. The story consists of war, politic, ambition, survival, friendship, hope, love, and lost.
Manga: Apollo no Uta
If you liked
Apollo no Uta
Manga: Watashitachi no Shiawase na Jikan
...then you might like
Watashitachi no Shiawase na Jikan
They both are tragic love stories.
Manga: Seichou Cheat de Nandemo Dekiru you ni Natta ga, Mushoku dake wa Yamerarenai you desu
If you liked
Seichou Cheat de Nandemo Dekiru you ni Natta ga, Mushoku dake wa Yamerarenai you desu
Manga: Kisei shite Level-ageta n da ga, Sodachisugita kamo Shirenai
...then you might like
Kisei shite Level-ageta n da ga, Sodachisugita kamo Shirenai
-Both MCs have cheat abilities
-Transported to another world
-Both MCs have a large number of skills
-RPG-like features
-Skill assimilation
-Both MCs have unique jobs.
Manga: Ubau Mono Ubawareru Mono
If you liked
Ubau Mono Ubawareru Mono
Manga: Seichou Cheat de Nandemo Dekiru you ni Natta ga, Mushoku dake wa Yamerarenai you desu
...then you might like
Seichou Cheat de Nandemo Dekiru you ni Natta ga, Mushoku dake wa Yamerarenai you desu
-Overpowered MC
-Both MCs have cheat abilities
-Transported to another world
-Both MCs have a large number of skills
-RPG-like features.
Manga: Hakobune Hakusho
If you liked
Hakobune Hakusho
Manga: Monokuro Shounen Shoujo
...then you might like
Monokuro Shounen Shoujo
Similarities
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*Both about a female going to a weird school with animals who want to be human
*Both girls pretend to be " one of them" to attend the school
*Both have people who know their true identity
*Both Girls are acknowledged for giving off a human feel
*Both have a love interest in mind
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Manga: Kingyosou
If you liked
Kingyosou
Manga: Koe no Katachi
...then you might like
Koe no Katachi
I highly enjoyed both, and they both have a deaf MC. However, in Kingyosou, it's the male MC that's deaf.
Manga: Nana to Kaoru
If you liked
Nana to Kaoru
Manga: Taki Anna no Honshou wa S nano ka M nano ka Ore dake ga Shitteiru.
...then you might like
Taki Anna no Honshou wa S nano ka M nano ka Ore dake ga Shitteiru.
- S&M
- Main Characters like/love each other but either don't realise it or express it through lewd acts.
- Highschool kids being highschool kids :kappa:
Manga: Beauty Pop
If you liked
Beauty Pop
Manga: Last Game
...then you might like
Last Game
Similarities
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* The guys fall first
*Two guys fall for our heroine
* Our heroine is very talented
* She is very dense and aloof
* The main male lead is rich and he is constantly in second place to our heroine
* Our heroine is kind
Manga: Citrus
If you liked
Citrus
Manga: Ouji-sama mo Kabocha no Basha mo
...then you might like
Ouji-sama mo Kabocha no Basha mo
A love story between stepsister
Manga: Munakata Kyouju Ikouroku
If you liked
Munakata Kyouju Ikouroku
Manga: The Chronicle of Myo-Jin
...then you might like
The Chronicle of Myo-Jin
Dark series that focus on mythology and take it seriously. Munakata focuses mostly on Japanese mythology, and Myojin focuses on Korean mythology.
Manga: Hajime no Ippo
If you liked
Hajime no Ippo
Manga: Rikudou
...then you might like
Rikudou
They're both boxing series but I'm not really recommending Rikudou because of the boxing aspect.

Rikudou is a dark manga. The boxing aspect isn't as fleshed out as Hajime no Ippo but boxing isn't the only thing Rikudou has to offer. It's also a psychological manga with a lot of more mature themes. Try the first chapter and decide for yourself

(If you're "really" sensitive to dark imagry I wouldn't recommend this)
Manga: Deadman Wonderland
If you liked
Deadman Wonderland
Manga: Tokyo Ghoul
...then you might like
Tokyo Ghoul
Both tell a story of the protagonist getting caught up in a life-or-death situation with supernatural beings, and their tragic backstories. Deadman Wonderland has stunning visuals, constant plot twists and the reveal near the end is amazing. Also both their Manga counterparts are better than the anime.
Manga: Zettai ni Hatarakitakunai Dungeon Master ga Damin wo Musaboru made
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Zettai ni Hatarakitakunai Dungeon Master ga Damin wo Musaboru made
Manga: Dungeon no Maou wa Saijaku!?
...then you might like
Dungeon no Maou wa Saijaku!?
-Both MC's are dungeon masters
-Transported to another world
-Magic
-RPG-like features
Manga: Hisshou Dungeon Unei Houhou
If you liked
Hisshou Dungeon Unei Houhou
Manga: Dungeon no Maou wa Saijaku!?
...then you might like
Dungeon no Maou wa Saijaku!?
-Both MC's are dungeon masters
-Transported to another world
-Magic
-RPG-like features
Manga: Strobe Edge
If you liked
Strobe Edge
Manga: Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun
...then you might like
Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun
What's the fun in reading the same plot over again, or using the same character stereotypes? I liked Strobe Light because of the character development and strong supporting cast, so I'm here to recommend another such series to you: my favorite, Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun (or My Little Monster). The leads are nothing like those found in Strobe Edge, but that isn't my point. I am purely recommending it out of respect for story-telling. Strobe Edge has a more realistic chemistry between its leads, but Shizuku's frankness and Haru's simplicity are hard to resist. Furthermore, it is a much funnier shoujo, if you can appreciate that. I mentioned the supporting cast as well--that's actually a very big deal. If an author truly understands the value of a good relationship between leads, then they also understand the inherent necessity of strong relationships between the leads' friends. It gives the whole story more life.
Manga: Berserk
If you liked
Berserk
Manga: Golden Kamuy
...then you might like
Golden Kamuy
serious themes , great art, well written plot + chars r all interesting &/or developed well. golden kamuy has more comedy but i mean.. considering the storyline of berserk.... it kinda makes sense.
Manga: Ten Count
If you liked
Ten Count
Manga: Graineliers
...then you might like
Graineliers
If you've read Ten Count you'll get a kick out of Graineliers. I've only read the first few chapters yet the similarities are frightening.

The main character in Graineliers is named Lucas, but looks and acts exactly like Kurose from Ten Count. I found out that the similarities were due to the books being from the same author, but thst doesn't dismiss the face that these two are good to read one after the next. It proves that history does repeat.

Think about it like this: Lucas and Abel from Graineliers are Kurose and Shirotani from Ten Count in their past lives.

With this, everything makes sense. Luc/Kuro's blonde haired- older man friend in their childhood, his loneliness from due to his parents, the blondie who he's got a weird relationship with, his love for studying that came from the blonde-haired older man.
Also, why he fell for Shirotani in his second life.

I don't know if all of this was on purpose or not but it certainly akes for an interesting read. <3
Manga: Akagami no Shirayuki-hime
If you liked
Akagami no Shirayuki-hime
Manga: Sabaku no Harem
...then you might like
Sabaku no Harem
Both have strong willed protagonists whose personalities play a big role in why they caught the princes attention. Their determination and loyalty really caught my attention. Both of the princes are also somewhat clever and can get out of dangerous situations. Akagami no shirayuki is also an anime btw
Manga: Toki no Maigo wo Sagashite!
If you liked
Toki no Maigo wo Sagashite!
Manga: Kowagaranaide, Soba ni Ite
...then you might like
Kowagaranaide, Soba ni Ite
In both mangas lose someone their memories about their life and about their partner / the feelings for the partner.
In both help the other one to regain their memories
Manga: Kyou wa Kaisha Yasumimasu.
If you liked
Kyou wa Kaisha Yasumimasu.
Manga: Love Rerun
...then you might like
Love Rerun
• Both are about hardworking women over their thirties who are still virgins and wear glasses (that's relevant).
• Both main characters get involved in a love triangle with a guy around their age with malicious look and a rather round-eyed younger fellow.
• Both main characters lose their memories in some way.

I think Love Rerun is better judging by what I've read from Kyou wa Kaisha Yasumimasu., but Tanokura Yuuto, from the latter series, is the most worthy character amongst all here.
Manga: Liar x Liar
If you liked
Liar x Liar
Manga: Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji
...then you might like
Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji
These are two of my favorite mangas ever. What these two have in common may be what actually repels people from reading them: female main characters are liars who don't really measure the consequences for their acts and are really naive. Although, Liar x Liar takes place in a university, so Minato, the protagonist of that series, is more mature than Erika, who stars in Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji. The boys aren't really similar, except for being handsome, but you can find that in pretty much every shoujo manga. Even still, I could say they aren't really who they appear to be and that impacts their future love partners in some way. Both are so extremely funny, each in their own way. In Liar x Liar, it's more frequent for the protagonists' lies to create a comical scenario, but Ookami Shoujo also has moments like that in the beginning. If you weren't bothered by Erika's lies, then I believe you can endure Minato's, which are more reasonable, in my point of view. Liar x Liar is a good manga, but I'm afraid it's not for everyone. And vice-versa (I just believe that, since Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji is more popular, more people must have read it)!
Manga: Prison School
If you liked
Prison School
Manga: Apocalypse no Toride
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Apocalypse no Toride
The similarity of these two manga is about teens being incarcerate one manga is on the funny side and they other is in the kinda horror side I recommend both if you haven't yet they're fun to read.
Manga: Prison School
If you liked
Prison School
Manga: U12
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U12
Well both are kinda similar with the teens being lock up and being ecchi but the difference is very high I recommend one then the other but you'll have to decide which one so enjoy both.
Manga: Ameiro Kouchakan Kandan
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Ameiro Kouchakan Kandan
Manga: Fu-fu
...then you might like
Fu-fu
Both are very cute yuri manga with similar art styles that have the capability to put a smile on your face. Fluff and comedy dominate the mood of both with some light drama.
Manga: Akame ga Kill!
If you liked
Akame ga Kill!
Manga: Darwin's Game
...then you might like
Darwin's Game
People with super human powers battle to the death
Manga: Gakuen Alice
If you liked
Gakuen Alice
Manga: Kitchen no Ohimesama
...then you might like
Kitchen no Ohimesama
Everything is really alike! First, both protagonists live in a small town, without their mother and father. Because of someone, they decide to go to a school for special children Both schools have special people, in gakuen, kids have super powers and in kitchen no ohimesama kids are special like (I am the best piano player or something like this) Both protagonists are disliked by their classmates in the beginning, later on they got respected by them Both protagonists have 2 boys "loving" them (one blond and another with dark hair, and if u compare the guys from both mangas they look really alike - yes i am talking about Natsume and Daichi, even their atitudes are similar) Both guys (in both mangas) do things they wouldn't do, only to protect main girl In both stories, the major "villain" (if we can call it like that) is the director of the school Ah, and also, the guys that fall in love with main girl have other girls that like them, so there is always another girl that hates main girl (later on, relationship between girls get better) To sumarize, both stories are really similar, if you like one, you will definitively like the other
Manga: Dead Tube
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Dead Tube
Manga: Fire Punch
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Fire Punch
That strange feeling you get in dead tube, it´s almost like the author knows what his viewers want to see but he does the opposite just to suprise them .(attention: fire punch is not as gory or sexual as dead tube )
Manga: Fire Punch
If you liked
Fire Punch
Manga: Fumetsu no Anata e
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Fumetsu no Anata e
the main character
Manga: My Sweet Dragon
If you liked
My Sweet Dragon
Manga: Kamisama Hajimemashita
...then you might like
Kamisama Hajimemashita
Both have somewhat similar feeling and the heroines will end up with a familiar to protect them and encounter different obstacles and troubles regarding supernaturals. KamiHaji is slightly more darker with the story.
Manga: Pandora Hearts
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Pandora Hearts
Manga: Vanitas no Carte
...then you might like
Vanitas no Carte
This is Mochizuki's new work after Pandora Hearts with Vampires and Steampunk. The story has many twists and has the same tone and magnificent art as PH. Basically its her new work. Read it.
Manga: Oretama
If you liked
Oretama
Manga: Kimi wa Midara na Boku no Joou
...then you might like
Kimi wa Midara na Boku no Joou
Both stories have a supernatural premise involving gods (and devils as well in Oretama's case) that set up the main characters to be involved in a lot of perverted, sexual, and humorous situations. Both really blur the lines between fanservice and hentai as well.
Manga: Naruto
If you liked
Naruto
Manga: Fullmetal Alchemist
...then you might like
Fullmetal Alchemist
The characters in both of these shounen have a goal they are trying to reach with never give up attitude .
Manga: Cesare
If you liked
Cesare
Manga: Shoukoku no Altair
...then you might like
Shoukoku no Altair
Both stories based on Renaissance European history (about the same time period) with beguiling art and loads of political intrigue/backstabbing
Manga: School Days
If you liked
School Days
Manga: Aku no Hana
...then you might like
Aku no Hana
Two works that go from a boy who is attracted to one girl, while being harassed by another, being used to fulfill the whims of this one. Where the protagonist will try to decide for his platonic love or a love that makes him feel free to do what he wants. Surrounded by indecision about what is right and what is wrong. Although you can already imagine by which direction it will go, no?
Manga: Sodatechi Maou!
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Sodatechi Maou!
Manga: Uchi no Musume no Tame naraba, Ore wa Moshikashitara Maou mo Taoseru kamo Shirenai.
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Uchi no Musume no Tame naraba, Ore wa Moshikashitara Maou mo Taoseru kamo Shirenai.
The love the guardian character has for their child is similar.
Manga: Sodatechi Maou!
If you liked
Sodatechi Maou!
Manga: Musuko ga Kawaikute Shikataganai Mazoku no Hahaoya
...then you might like
Musuko ga Kawaikute Shikataganai Mazoku no Hahaoya
The main characters who act as a guardian to the children are similar.
Manga: Berserk
If you liked
Berserk
Manga: Jagaaaaaan
...then you might like
Jagaaaaaan
Both have the terrifying and uncomfortable feeling when you read it
Manga: 666 Satan
If you liked
666 Satan
Manga: Dragon Ball
...then you might like
Dragon Ball
In the early volumes, the graphics are a bit halfway between Naruto and Dragon Ball. Jio is practically like little Goku, Ruby like Bulma.
Manga: Oyasumi Punpun
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Oyasumi Punpun
Manga: Henshin
...then you might like
Henshin
Both manga are coming-of-age stories gone wrong and both of them are great at expressing their messages.

Both will also leave a void in your soul.
Manga: Becchin to Mandara
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Becchin to Mandara
Manga: Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou
...then you might like
Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou
Both involve two girls wandering around in a wasteland. That's where the similarities end though. They are complete opposites. Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou is nothing more than naive girls exploring their world together. Becchin to Mandara is a total mind screw with zombies and at times is very vulgar and disgusting.
Manga: Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
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Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
Manga: Tensei shitara Ken deshita
...then you might like
Tensei shitara Ken deshita
Both main character are reincarnated into a fantasy world and given the ability to absorb other abilities by defeating monsters and quickly become very powerful in their own right. Upon raising there own skills to a above average point they take it upon themselves to help the respective demi-humans of their new world.
Manga: Rurouni Kenshin: Meiji Kenkaku Romantan
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Rurouni Kenshin: Meiji Kenkaku Romantan
Manga: Blade of the Immortal
...then you might like
Blade of the Immortal
The premise of both series is a man who wants to atone for the sins/crimes he has committed. Of course, there is way more to the stories of both mangas than that which I don't want to spoil. They also both have a historical backdrop and are of similar length. The main leads of both mangas (Kenshin/Manji) I find very likeable and well done, as well as both female leads (Kaoru/Rin). Both supporting casts are great and contain very memorable characters. The villains that appear throughout both series have a sense of moral ambiguity to them to the point that 'villain' isn't a fitting word to describe quite a lot of them, with the exception of a few who are truly despicable, but it's true that Blade has a larger quantity of sympathetic antagonists. Both mangas also utilise flashback sequences at multiple instances for backstory and have rather lengthy story arcs. RuroKen and Blade make great use of their historical setting despite both series being set at different times of Japanese history, with RuroKen being a Meiji Restoration narrative while Blade is set in the mid-Tokugawa era.

(Also in my humble opinion, the last story arcs of both these series are the high points.)

The similarities more-or-less end there. Blade of the Immortal is a seinen series and therefore has much more mature content such as extreme gore and sexual violence, its story delves into some seriously dark territory at times; RuroKen does delve into some serious and depressing territory but it is a shounen and naturally, doesn't go quite as far as Blade. Furthermore, RuroKen has significantly more comedy than Blade (particularly in the earlier chapters), but that's not to say Blade doesn't have its humorous moments. Additionally, Blade has a much more realistic and sketchy art style compared to the more solid and typically 'anime' style of RuroKen, but I greatly enjoy both styles for what they are and they compliment the tone and atmosphere flawlessly.

I think it's safe to say that if you liked Rurouni Kenshin then you'll like Blade of the Immortal as well, especially if you are a fan of Japanese period drama and can stomach its darker tone.

Manga: Shitayomi Danshi to Toukou Joshi
If you liked
Shitayomi Danshi to Toukou Joshi
Manga: Kin no Tamago
...then you might like
Kin no Tamago
They both have light novels involved. While Kin no Tamago is about slice-of-life, comedy of an editor in the light novel industry, Shitayomi danshi to toukou joshi is about an aspiring high school girl who wanted to publish a light novel and improve her writing with the help of a high school boy. The latter, I thought it was good and it's completely translated and only one book.
Manga: Sen to Man
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Sen to Man
Manga: Musuko ga Kawaikute Shikataganai Mazoku no Hahaoya
...then you might like
Musuko ga Kawaikute Shikataganai Mazoku no Hahaoya
These series follow single parents who raise their child alone. Sen to Man follows a father raising a daughter in modern day Japan, while Musuko ga Kawaikute Shikataganai Mazoku no Hahaoya follows a mother raising her son in an alternate world. The cute art style mixes well with the comedic, yet warm tone of the series.
Manga: Gosick
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Gosick
Manga: Boku dake ga Inai Machi
...then you might like
Boku dake ga Inai Machi
These series follow characters who start investigating crimes, murders, and kidnappings. Boku dake ga Inai Machi (Erased) is set in modern time Japan, while Gosick follows characters in an alternate, Victorian Europe. The series share complexities in enigmas the characters untangle, topped with comedy and romance.
Manga: Ojojojo
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Ojojojo
Manga: Aharen-san wa Hakarenai
...then you might like
Aharen-san wa Hakarenai
These shows follow pairs of students who have a hard time communicating their true feelings to others. With a cute art style and comedic tone, each series observes the characters develop romantic interests as they grow more social and attached to each other.
Manga: Chichi to Ko
If you liked
Chichi to Ko
Manga: It's My Life
...then you might like
It's My Life
These series follow protagonists who have to deal with raising a child. Combined with warm, parental aspect of life, the cute art style, each series tackle the issues they face with a comedic twist.
Manga: Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari
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Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari
Manga: Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou
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Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou
These series follow protagonists who are transported into an alternate universe, however, both characters are soon left alone, betrayed. They both slowly grow and with help of their disdain for those who left them, they become stronger. They explore the path each character took in order to gain their strength, mixed with comedic scenes to lighten the mood.
Manga: Bleach
If you liked
Bleach
Manga: Black Torch
...then you might like
Black Torch
The first chapter has a lot of similarities to Bleach
Manga: Boku no Hero Academia
If you liked
Boku no Hero Academia
Manga: Black Clover
...then you might like
Black Clover
Both of the main characters (loosers) strive to become recognised in their own rights (heros)
Manga: Opus
If you liked
Opus
Manga: Lasboss x Hero
...then you might like
Lasboss x Hero
Lasboss x Hero is a sillier Opus.
Manga: Komi-san wa, Comyushou desu.
If you liked
Komi-san wa, Comyushou desu.
Manga: Aharen-san wa Hakarenai
...then you might like
Aharen-san wa Hakarenai
These series both follow a protagonist dealing with a girl in class who has trouble socializing. They are lighthearted, cute, and tackles issues of the girls have with a comedic and some romantic spin.
Manga: Dungeon Meshi
If you liked
Dungeon Meshi
Manga: Maoujou de Oyasumi
...then you might like
Maoujou de Oyasumi
These series both tackle the problems one would face in an alternate universe, Dungeon Meshi going for food, while Maouji de Oyasumi goes for comfort. The series both have similar "How to make ____" structure with a cute art style.
Manga: Re:Monster
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Re:Monster
Manga: Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
...then you might like
Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
These series are both set in an alternate universe where the protagonist is born as a low-level mob. They both have a mix of serious, yet comedic approach at exploring the world, as well as becoming stronger and leading a civilization.
Manga: Dungeon Meshi
If you liked
Dungeon Meshi
Manga: Honzuki no Gekokujou: Shisho ni Naru Tame ni wa Shudan wo Erandeiraremasen
...then you might like
Honzuki no Gekokujou: Shisho ni Naru Tame ni wa Shudan wo Erandeiraremasen
These series are both lighthearted with a touch of "How to make ___". They have unique worlds with different aspects. Some technicality combined with cute moeblob art style makes this manga worth the read.
Manga: Koushaku Reijou no Tashinami
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Koushaku Reijou no Tashinami
Manga: Otome Game no Hametsu Flag shika Nai Akuyaku Reijou ni Tensei shiteshimatta...
...then you might like
Otome Game no Hametsu Flag shika Nai Akuyaku Reijou ni Tensei shiteshimatta...
If you enjoy LN's with a heroine from the present world that reincarnated into a rival of the heroine of an otome game and has several males as her companions, then you might like to read these. They both feature the heroine which is of noble birth: the daughter of a duke and she remembers her past life.
Manga: Subaru
If you liked
Subaru
Manga: Kenrantaru Grande Scène
...then you might like
Kenrantaru Grande Scène
Both mangas approach the classic danse's topic in a really realistic way.
Both have a serious main character who fully devote herself in her passion.
Both will witness the delopment professional & personnal

Subaru might be a little darker than Grande scène.

If you like one, there is no mistake to go for the other !
Manga: Koko ni Iru yo!
If you liked
Koko ni Iru yo!
Manga: Kimi ni Todoke
...then you might like
Kimi ni Todoke
the female protagonists r really similar. the popular guy falls fr the girl and then the girl tries to change. they r really similar bt cute n lovable stories....
Manga: Kyuuso wa Cheese no Yume wo Miru
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Kyuuso wa Cheese no Yume wo Miru
Manga: Hatsukoi no Atosaki
...then you might like
Hatsukoi no Atosaki
Both series are a complex, emotional story about falling in love while struggling with the emotions of what it means to be with another man. They each involve a recently divorced man reuniting with someone from their past. Hatuskoi no Atosaki takes a more optimistic tone, while Kyuuso wa Cheese (and its sequel) is darker and more turbulent.
Manga: Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun
If you liked
Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun
Manga: Mizutama Honey Boy
...then you might like
Mizutama Honey Boy
Same sense of humour and same art style. Mei Sengoku reminds me a lot of Seo/Kashima in terms of their personalities. Gekkan is funnier but Mizutama has more fleshed out characters and more of a linear plotline.
Manga: Shingeki no Kyojin
If you liked
Shingeki no Kyojin
Manga: Tokyo Ghoul
...then you might like
Tokyo Ghoul
-In both stories, humanity trys to defend itself from getting eaten by mysterious, creepy creatures that feed on human flesh.

-The walls in Attack on Titan isolate everyone from the rest of the world. Ghouls are only in Tokyo, Japan (I might be wrong) which isolates Tokyo from the rest of Japan and the world with dealing with ghouls.
- Eren and Kaneki lose their fathers and mothers at a young age.

-Eren and Kaneki are able to become the monsters they fear/hate the most.

- Eren and Kaneki both accept they are Titan and Ghoul and defeat Jason and Annie. Kaneki eats Jason and Eren tears open Annie's neck, almost devouring her.

-They both have dedication to protect the people they care about.

-Both of them have a sad, dark childhood. Kaneki was mentally and physically abused by his mother and Eren brutally killed two kidnappers, saving Mikasa.
MIKASA AND TOUKA :
-Both badass and brave and they are not afraid of making difficult choices.

-They are both strong and decently powerful

-Both are serious and don't usually smile alot

-Both are feared

-Mikasa cares for Eren in a big sister way but actually has feelings for him. Touka acts like a mean, stubborn friend who might have feelings for Kaneki.

-Mikasa made Eren eat bread by shoving it into his mouth and Touka made Kaneki eat human flesh by shoving it into his mouth.
ARMIN AND HIDE:
-Both are friends of the main, male protagonist

-Both seem useless at first but Armin turns out to be a good strategist and tactician and Hide is able to work his way into the CCG to locate and see Kaneki.

JUUZOU AND HANJI :
SIMILARITIES:

-Both are crazy, wild and free spirited but can be serious when they need to be.

-Both fight for the sake of humanity

-Both are trap characters due to the fact that when Juuzou was introduced, he looked like a girl who turned out to be a boy and Hanji (in the manga) seems like a girl but could be a guy.
Manga: Shingeki no Kyojin
If you liked
Shingeki no Kyojin
Manga: Tokyo Ghoul:re
...then you might like
Tokyo Ghoul:re
-In both stories, humanity trys to defend itself from getting eaten by mysterious, creepy creatures that feed on human flesh.

-The walls in Attack on Titan isolate everyone from the rest of the world. Ghouls are only in Tokyo, Japan (I might be wrong) which isolates Tokyo from the rest of Japan and the world with dealing with ghouls.
- Eren and Kaneki lose their fathers and mothers at a young age.

-Eren and Kaneki are able to become the monsters they fear/hate the most.

- Eren and Kaneki both accept they are Titan and Ghoul and defeat Jason and Annie. Kaneki eats Jason and Eren tears open Annie's neck, almost devouring her.

-They both have dedication to protect the people they care about.

-Both of them have a sad, dark childhood. Kaneki was mentally and physically abused by his mother and Eren brutally killed two kidnappers, saving Mikasa.
MIKASA AND TOUKA :
-Both badass and brave and they are not afraid of making difficult choices.

-They are both strong and decently powerful

-Both are serious and don't usually smile alot

-Both are feared

-Mikasa cares for Eren in a big sister way but actually has feelings for him. Touka acts like a mean, stubborn friend who might have feelings for Kaneki.

-Mikasa made Eren eat bread by shoving it into his mouth and Touka made Kaneki eat human flesh by shoving it into his mouth.
ARMIN AND HIDE:
-Both are friends of the main, male protagonist

-Both seem useless at first but Armin turns out to be a good strategist and tactician and Hide is able to work his way into the CCG to locate and see Kaneki.

JUUZOU AND HANJI :
SIMILARITIES:

-Both are crazy, wild and free spirited but can be serious when they need to be.

-Both fight for the sake of humanity

-Both are trap characters due to the fact that when Juuzou was introduced, he looked like a girl who turned out to be a boy and Hanji (in the manga) seems like a girl but could be a guy.
Manga: Naruto
If you liked
Naruto
Manga: Black Clover
...then you might like
Black Clover
-Naruto passes the Shounen torch to new manga BLACK CLOVER is the next great series that would be as big as naruto. -Similarities : -1. The Emperor Magus / Hokage: This is probably the most obvious one. Like Naruto, Asta (the main character) wants to be the head honcho. The Big Cheese. The Guy. Mr. Boss Man himself. The guy who is simultaneously ‘large’ and ‘in charge’. That much is the same, however, Asta and Naruto want the position for different reasons. Naruto was shunned by everyone as a child so naturally he wanted attention and what better way to get attention than to become the president of Ninjatown? And Asta wants the title of Emperor Magus so that he can abolish discrimination from his country. So I guess their goals are kinda the same, but their reasons differ too much to call it a rip off IMO. -2. Mage vs Demon / The 4th vs The Ninetails: In Naruto the 4th Hokage fights a gigantic fox with 9 tails that tries to destroy the Leaf Village.Similarly in Black Clover a Mage saves the kingdom of Clover from a giant Demon. We have nothing more than a before and after shot of the fight between the two in Black Clover, so there's not really much to compare here. -3. Aster and Demon vs Naruto and Ninetails: Both are young kids who have some otherworldly being inside of them. Naruto had the 9-tails sealed inside of him when he was a baby by the 4th Hokage and from then on was looked down upon by society, but gave him tremendous power in return. -4. Rivals: In almost every shonen comic the main character has a rival. Someone that pushes them to get better and to grow one way or the other. Black Clover is no exception. Juno is Aster’s rival. Much like Sasuke, Juno is born with a talent in magic and, much like Naruto, Aster is not as talented. Where they differ is Sasuke looked down on Naruto for not being as talented as him and just flat out hated Naruto at the start of the series
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