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Manga: Aishiteruze Baby★★
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Manga: Love So Life
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Boyh manga is about raising a little kid who was abandoned by their single parent
Manga: Real Account
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Manga: Online: The Comic
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Real Account is an app based on Line, the communication app. Their mascot is Marble. Online: the Comic is based on an rpg game called, Nightmare, on a ps vita/psp console. They're pretty gruesome and mercilessness in the horror attribute and have risky survival rates. Real Account is more goal-orientation party games compared to Nightmare's traditional role-playing game. In anyway, they're dystopia setting about being trapped inside a social game while avoiding death in order to defeat the game.
Manga: Beast Master
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Manga: Kedamonozakari, Koizakari
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Kedamonozakari, Koizakari
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both involve a girl taming a wild animal-like guy, who ends up attached to her
Manga: Mushishi
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Manga: Omoide Emanon
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Both main characters have similar personalities and traits there's a similar feel to both of them
Manga: Basara
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Basara
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Manga: Akatsuki no Yona
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If you like Yona, you will absolutely love Basara. Basara is a bit more melodramatic than Akatsuki no Yona but it has that high fantasy traveling adventure theme with the main characters controlling the destiny of their respective kingdoms. Both have very strong female leads.
Manga: Nisekoi
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Manga: Tomo-chan wa Onnanoko!
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Tomo-chan wa Onnanoko!
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Tomo-chan is like Chitoge who is viewed by Kubo Jun and/or Raku as a Gorilla woman. Despite her efforts to show her girly side to the guy, the guy feels it to be casual and then the girl gets angry and goes ape sht
Manga: Crazy Girl Shin Bia-Ah
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Manga: Proclaiming and Loving
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Proclaiming and Loving
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Both are set in an ancient time and has a strong female lead. In both are love triangles and military acts. In my opinion even the storyline has some similaities. I think Crazy Girl Shin Bia is more funny, but Proclaiming and Loving is very nice to read, too.
Manga: Ouran Koukou Host Club
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Manga: Shinobi Quartet
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The genres of both mangas are the same (Romance, Comedy, Reverse Harem, School, Shoujo) and both of them are good to read. Ujou and Tamaki are both handsome & funny and both mangas had twins in the story (Hikaru&Kaoru and Suou&Akane).
Manga: Given
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Manga: Links
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Both the manage are written by the same author (Kizu Natsuzi) that's why the art style as well as stories have the same look and feel. Links focus on building relations and realizing mutual feelings for each other. On the other hand, Given is about finding the true meaning of feelings and more through friendship with a little help from Music^^. Both are must reads.
Manga: Kamisama Hajimemashita
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Manga: Noragami
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Noragami
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They both are based on japaneese mithology and have a lot of similar arcs.
Manga: Cat Street
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Manga: Orange
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Orange
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These manga both have a school setting among a group of friends and realistic characters. There is a strong emphasis on character growth. The main characters become involved in a love triangle, but the tone never becomes over-dramatic because of it.
Manga: Umibe no Onnanoko
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Umibe no Onnanoko
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Manga: Aku no Hana
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- Constant struggle with themselves.
- A loner who seeks solace in an equally perverted.
- A pain because their fantasies are impossible. Realizing the harsh reality in which they live.
Manga: Oyasumi Punpun
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Manga: Umibe no Onnanoko
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The same author . Showing through its pages , depression of his characters, without knowing seeking comfort through sex or someone who can stop the suffering.
Manga: Diamond no Ace
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Manga: One Outs
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One Outs
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The main character is a pitcher. However without having breaking ball like sawamura, tokuchi cover it out with his insane mind. Recommended if you enjoyed the tension and the team work
Manga: One Outs
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Manga: Muteki no Hito
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both main protagonist had insane mind that profitable to win the game One Outs and Muteki no hito also has the same authour
Manga: Eyeshield 21
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Manga: All Out!!
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Rugby is the sport most similar to American football. Both sports involve the concept of a limited number of 'tackles'/'downs', and in both sports scoring touchdowns'/'tries' takes a clear precedence over goal-kicking.
Manga: Lost+Brain
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Manga: Dorei-ku: Boku to 23-nin no Dorei
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Control of people
You need to be sharp, then they talk mind games, because you to understand who is under who in both mangas.
Manga: Ashizuri Suizokukan
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Manga: Daidai wa, Hantoumei ni Nidone suru
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Collections of short stories of a surreal, dream-like nature in an otherwise contemporary setting with a subtly melancholic art style.
Daidai wa is, however, a lot darker than Ashizuri.
Manga: ES: Eternal Sabbath
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Manga: Kimi no Knife
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Kimi no Knife
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Similar concept and feel; both stories revolve around a group out to kill 'bad guys', and another trying to predict their next move and stop them. A slight supernatural touch to both of them as well, but not the main focus of the story.
Manga: Magi: Sinbad no Bouken
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Manga: Aisopos
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Self-made-young-MC. Smart and ingenious they are looking for their place in the world and building it by themselves. Playing with the themes of war, slavery, commerce, revenge,...
Manga: Dorohedoro
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Manga: Hellper
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Hellper
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Full of action, comedy, friendship, and so much more. Unique universe with lots of characters and a great and reliable MC. Unique and really distinctive art.
Manga: Tactics
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Manga: Natsume Yuujinchou
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THe main characters of both series both have a similar approach toward youkai: they try-not-to-kill-if-possible attitude towards youkai them even if have had bad experiences with them. Both of them have youkai in their daily lives, and both try to help others with their problems regardless of race.

However, for all the mc's similarities, they also have their differences. Tactic's Kantarou is more sly and amiable toward youkai while NY's Natsume is more instinctive and aloof towards youkai.

It's interesting seeing how though they have a similar approach and often achieve similar results, the lessons they seem to take from it differ due to their different personalities.
Manga: Yamamoto Zenjirou to Moushimasu
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Manga: Pinocchio
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Pinocchio
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When I started reading Pinocchio, all that was similar between these two was that the MC could see ghosts. In YZtM it was her ability while in Pinocchio she could see one because of a necklace. The real similarity came after a major plot twist, or should I say that the plot twist is the same in both. Overall really beautiful stories you'll surely enjoy them
Manga: Holyland
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Manga: Tokyo Ghoul
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I can't help but be reminded of Tokyo Ghoul reading Holyland

-The protagonists both undergo a psychological change and become brutal compared to their former timid shell
-Both take place out in the streets and have a lot to do with gangs, police, and of course, fighting
-Both have art styles that aren't really similar, but give off a similar vibe, both can be ominous when needed but lighthearted as well
Manga: Sakamichi no Apollon
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Manga: Blue Giant
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Both mangas are about jazz and musicians.
Also both deal with friendship.
If you like jazz and Blue Giant, you'll definitely like Sakamichi no Apollon and viceversa.

Manga: Oyasumi Punpun
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Manga: I Am a Hero
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-The art style is basically the same, though Asano Inio pays more attention to detail
-Both feel very realistic and are masterfully written to make it feel like these stories actually happened
-In both, the main character is portrayed as more of an average human then a normal protagonist
Manga: Fushigi na Shounen
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Manga: Mononoke-zoushi
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Episodic series that explore the darker/unpleasant parts of human nature. A supernatural/omniscient character travels in various times and places.
Manga: Sun-Ken Rock
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Manga: GTO: Paradise Lost
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Both speak about a guy who try to help other peoples, both have a dark atmosphere. If you liked one, try to read the other.
Manga: Tokyo Akazukin
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Manga: Tokyo Ghoul
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Tokyo Red Hood feels like a lowkey version of tokyo ghoul
they both have non-humans trying to live lfe as humans
Manga: Akira
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Akira
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Manga: Sarah - The Legend of Mother Sarah
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Sarah - The Legend of Mother Sarah
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Katsuhiro Otomo is much like the japanese son of Michael Bay and Robert Rodriguez's sensible sister: it doesn't matter how much something is already shattered and destroyed, you can always find a way to blow it up even more if you need drama.
Manga: Gunnm
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Manga: Sarah - The Legend of Mother Sarah
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The world is in ruin: street gangs and guerrilas straight out from Kenshiro roam the land, there are scraps and deserts just about everywhere and it's much like living on Pandora, except no one finds these Borderlands so funny. On the contrary, we have lonely female heroes dealing with both major dramatic stories and side events, which serve either as world building or establishing characters, combined with beautiful sci-fi and cyberpunk imagery.
Manga: Eden: It's an Endless World!
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Manga: Sarah - The Legend of Mother Sarah
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Both works received great influences from western sci-fi while also being of capital importance for their own genre: Eden was a milestone for cyberpunk, Mother Sarah for post-apocalyptic fiction. They share various degree of political undertones and individual struggle in the midst of bigger events, but while Eden has a multi-layered complex plot about life and evolution, Mother Sarah resembles more a Hollywood blockbuster directed by Michael Bay, like most of Otomo's stuff.
Manga: Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun
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Manga: Orange
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To me both manga's seemed similar in different ways. In Orange there's time travel and letters and in Tonari No Kaibutsu-kun, there's neither. But to me the characters with in both seem sort of similar. Haru and Kakeru seemed really similar to me though both have different pasts. And Naho is nothing like Shizuku, but equally as oblivious to little things involving love or how to express it.

And overall the group of friends in each and their lives is something you can easily get mesmerized with and not want to leave. You want to see them happy, feel sad when they are, etc. Both manga's do this very well, if not more so in Orange.

I love both of these manga's dearly so if you like one I'm positive you'll like the other!
Manga: Nanairo Kakumei
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Manga: Happy Sugar Life
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Both has over affection between one girl to another girl, Both has twisted, beautiful and mentally strong character who don't afraid to hurt the others for the sake of her beloved.
Manga: Kobayashi ga Kawai sugite Tsurai!!
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Manga: Nanairo Kakumei
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If you like Azusa in Cute Koba the most, then you will like Yuyu in Nanairo Kakumei (or vice versa). Both is mentally strong, don't afraid to hurt someone else and kinda twisted antagonist, but actually they are just clumsy little devil.
Manga: Koishitagari no Blue
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Manga: Nanairo Kakumei
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Both has a conflict about falling in love with same guy with your best friend. (The friend realized it first, then the lead female realized that she is too), Also both of the lead female doesn't want to hate anyone no matter what. Both has good friendship story and no drama over nothing
Manga: Misumisou
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Manga: Nanairo Kakumei
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Both has an antagonist as the boss harassing the other character. Both also has quickly become stronger lead female

The different is Misumisou is a lot more cruel than Nanairo Kakumei. Misumisou is also about revenge, while Nanairo Kakumei not
Manga: Kousha no Ura ni wa Tenshi ga Umerareteiru
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Manga: Nanairo Kakumei
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Both has an antagonist as the boss harassing the other character. The both antagonist is wickedly genius and twisted. Both also has quickly become stronger lead female. Both also has cute art, but that just fooling you, since both of the story is mindblowing The different is Kousha no Ura ni wa Tenshi ga Umerareteiru is a lot more cruel than Nanairo Kakumei. The antagonist in Nanairo Kakumei more reasonable, you even can like her and find yourself supporting her.
Manga: Kimi ni Todoke
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Manga: Nanairo Kakumei
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Both is about a character growth of the female lead by the help of the male lead. Both also has friendship plot in it. The different are: Nanairo Kakumei has quicker character growth and more friendship in it
Manga: Iris Zero
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Manga: Nanairo Kakumei
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Similiar:
~ Both has smart male lead
~ Both kinda has twisted story
~ both is more about friendship than the romance
~ Both main character is being harassed

Manga: Arisa
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Manga: Nanairo Kakumei
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Similarities: ~Both have psychological twisted stories ~Both have a main guy who helps the heroine ~Main character is both harassed Nanairo Kakumei: ~Main heroine is a little weak at start, but become strong later. The character growth is real and nice ~The harassing is limited to "psychological" only ~ Clear on the spot antagonist, but for the quality, it is much better. She a lot more reasonable, you even can love her and find yourself supporting her Arisa: ~Main heroine is tough, brave, strong, and confident from the start ~The harassing is "physical" and "psychological" ~ Mysterious antagonist
Manga: Jin
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Manga: Thermae Romae
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Jin and Thermae Romae are both series that are focused on a protagonist who finds themselves the victim of spontaneous time-travel, using their knowledge of modern customs and technologies in order to further their craft for the good of others within the time period they reside. While Jin is about a modern Japanese surgeon stuck in the Edo period of Japan, Thermae Romae is about an ancient Roman architect traveling forward in time to modern Japan.
Manga: NG Life
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Manga: Eh? Heibon desu yo??
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Eh? Heibon desu yo??
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Both are about reincarnations. NG is much longer and goes on about romance, it has a lot of drama and angst, and an amazing plotline that will leave you dumbfounded. Heibon is purely a cute short story, you won't find angst nor drama there, all happy stuff and interesting conversations about society. They are both really good reads, I hope you enjoy them.
Manga: Hajimari no Niina
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Manga: Eh? Heibon desu yo??
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This deserves a much better recomendation but I'm afraid I'm not that good at words. I can only say that both are really great pieces of work, masterpieces and no less. Both are about reincarnation while keeping the past memories. I loved both pretty much, they have the same atmosphere, Hajimari is about love but Heibon is about family, culture and merchants! Hajimari has more ANGST! (really made me cry my eyes out lots of times) but Heibon is purely fluffy (nothing to cry over, all happy stuff). I guarantee you will have a great time reading either of them. Enjoy!
Manga: Nanatsu no Taizai
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Manga: Black Clover
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A world where the magic power exist. Both MC has special swords as their weapon. Both gave the similar vibe.
Manga: Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou
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Manga: Oroka na Tenshi wa Akuma to Odoru
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1) Loli hair yellow and red eyes 2) Angels and demons
Manga: Durarara!!
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Manga: Kagerou Daze
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Both have a a twistet story and deal with a lot of 'special' charaters and there is'nt just one Maincharater.
They have a similar kind of humor
Manga: Venus Capriccio
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Manga: Last Game
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This manga is similar due to the main male having feelings for the main female,the female also does not realize her feelings,in both mangas the leads have known each other since childhood
Manga: Hoshi no Samidare
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Manga: ib: Instant Bullet
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Similar storyline where the main character wants to destroy the world using his power because of some tragic incident that happened long ago in his life. And there are other power users like mc. Overall, both of the mangas were built on the concept of "Destroying/Saving the world".
Manga: Mujaki no Rakuen
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Manga: Ore ga Doutei wo Sutetara Shinu Ken ni Tsuite
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* Both has a male protagonist
* Both goes back in time

Mujaki is more loli-oriented + shota, in Ore ga Doutei it is more oriented in High school.

While Mujaki certainly in my opinion has more ecchi, Ore ga Doutei has some too but not a abundance of it. I'd say Ore ga Doutei is more plot-oriented as well with a clear goal.
Manga: Trinity Seven: 7-nin no Mashotsukai
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Manga: Kaimetsuou to 12-nin no Hoshi no Miko
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1) Pervert protagonist
2) Theme about christian religion
3) Both mangas are ecchi, harem, magic, fantasy....
4) In "Trinity seven" arata are involved with 7 girls and in "Kaimetsuou to 12-nin no Hoshi no Miko " Meijirou with 12
Manga: Ten no Ryuu Chi no Sakura
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Manga: Strange Dragon
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Ten no ryuu is very similar to strange dragon, both include supernatural/fantasy creatures and involve a romantic relationship with a dragon. Ten no ryuu has a better story but otherwise they are both good reads.
Manga: Neon Genesis Evangelion
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Manga: Oyasumi Punpun
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-Both shine through their psychologically broken characters. In both series, there isn't a character that isn't utterly depressed.
-Though the story is different, the story's protagonists follow the same path: one of being forced to live, and do what they don't want to
-Both dramatically change in the last quarter and become much more violent
Manga: Ciel
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Manga: The Sock Monster
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Both manga have an unusual whimsical feel, like a children's fantasy book. They are both about a girl who leaves home to live in a strange place.
Manga: Bonnouji
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Manga: Salty Studio
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Two characters who live in the same building fall in love. They are lighthearted romances with a lot of comedy.
Manga: Tomie
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Manga: Omoide Emanon
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Both feature gorgeous girls as the protagonists
Their beauty is so magnificent that men fall in love easily with them
Both protagonists are immortal and are reborn many times
Manga: Akatsuki no Yona
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Manga: Abide in the Wind
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Both involve a girl traveling with dragon(s). Both are set in a fantasy world. Both involve conspiracies regarding the king. The girls in both these are compassionate and bent on protecting people. Both have romance. Kairak resembles Shinah greatly.
Manga: Death Note
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Manga: Real Account
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Both center on a psychological "battle" between two contrasting ideologies and both execute their plots to great results.
Manga: Elfen Lied
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Manga: Ajin
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Both are science fiction/horror manga that focus rather heavily on the tense relationships between humanity and those who possess something that makes them somewhat not human.
Manga: Bleach
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Manga: Dragon Ball
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Both series have a protagonist who keeps facing stronger enemies, trying to find a way to surpass them. Both have epic fight scenes; Bleach with swords and Dragon Ball with fists and energy.
Manga: Zero no Tsukaima
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Manga: Alchemist no Nirvana
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If you like fucking fantasy stuff then i got you...zero no tsukaima is a 999999/10 in my book





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Manga: Amaama to Inazuma
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Manga: Koi wa Ameagari no You ni
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Koi wa Ameagari no You ni
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This is also about a high school female student who falls in love with a much older man (40 year old). Where as Amaama the female MC starts to fall for her teacher, in Ameagari she falls in love with her manager. She also starts to date him.
Manga: Yandere Kanojo
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Manga: Ojojojo
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- 4koma manga
- two polar opposite couples
- tsundere-like heroine
- romantic comedy
Manga: Ran to Haiiro no Sekai
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Manga: Hoshikuzu Nina
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Very similar in everything.
Both are supernatural fantasy romance with bizarre plot and humor.
Manga: Billionaire Girl
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Manga: SE
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SE
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Both have a genius high school girl
Slightly older male
Manga: Taiyou no Ie
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Manga: My Fair Neighbor
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Both have an age gap romance, in which the protagonists are childhood friends that had helped each other back then. The family conflict is central, and there is a great character development. Good romance and a satisfying and fulfilling ending.
Manga: Seitokai Yakuindomo
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Manga: Boku no Kanojo ga Majimesugiru Shojo Bitch na Ken
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Both have a straight man role MC, as well as a dirty minded, lewd, crude humoured friends. Both also take place at school and both are involved with the student council at their respective schools.
Manga: Sundome
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Manga: Umibe no Onnanoko
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Both mangas envolve teenagers, feelings and sex exploration. Umibe is most focused on a message and has better characters while Sundome is more fun and dramatic otherwise.
Manga: 3x3 Eyes
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Manga: Ajin
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The main protagonist in both manga find out that they are immortal and can regenerate after they die. Both manga deal with the idea of what it means to be immortal and that the main protagonist in both manga have to use their newly found power to fight against evil forces. Both manga are also both filled with violence, action and blood with a dark and gritty atmosphere. If you liked one, you'd like the other.
Manga: Loose Senki: Old Boy
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Manga: Hotel Harbour View
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— Another manga that falls under the Film noir genre
— Similar realistic art style
— Slow paced
— Visual storytelling with few dialogues
— Deep psychological characterizations
— Mature themes
Manga: Deadlock
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Manga: Hako no Naka
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Main characters are around their late twenties/early thirties and have been thrown in prison on false charges (Deadlock is set in an American prison, while Hako no Naka is set in a Japanese one). Both main characters eventually begin a relationship with one of their cellmates.
Unfortunately, what's also common in both of these is that no full official English translations exist (Full fan translations of Deadlock's BLCD and Hako no Naka's novel series, however, have been made available).
Manga: Shinrei Tantei Yakumo: Akai Hitomi wa Shitteiru
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Manga: Conductor
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They both are horror themed mysteries, both are about solving cases, so if you like one then you will also like the other.
Manga: Shinrei Tantei Yakumo: Akai Hitomi wa Shitteiru
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Manga: Keishichou Tokuhanka 007
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One of the main leads have supernatural powers(ESP in Keishichou Tokuhanka 007 and red eye that sees ghosts in Shinrei Tantei Yakumo) and they help the police to solve cases by using them. Keishichou Tokuhanka 007, which is comical and has romantic developments is lighthearted than Shinrei Tantei Yakumo which deals with the psychological issues of ghosts
Manga: Barakamon
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Manga: Gin no Saji
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Gin no Saji
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These two manga both follow young male protagonists who find themselves only semi-willingly thrust into rural situations. In Gin no Saji it's a kid who doesn't have a dream so he ends up at a farming high school, and in Barakamon it's a young calligrapher who goes to a small island village to find inspiration. They both feature a fun cast of characters, comedic slice of life with occasional serious moments, and they both have a similar heartwarming feeling.
Manga: D.Gray-man
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Manga: Pandora Hearts
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Pandora Hearts
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D. Gray-man and Pandora hearts are very similar. They are both dark and light-hearted, though Pandora might feel lighter for more of each chapter than D. Gray-man. Pandora Hearts's plot line is also intricately woven with mysteries and secrets that you'll want to read more to find out. These are both extremely good stories if you love mysteries and interesting plots.
Manga: SiESTA
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Manga: Area D: Inou Ryouiki
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Area D: Inou Ryouiki
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Both stories take place in worlds where a fraction of the population have superpowers but are discriminated against.
The main characters of both series have the S-ranked ability to copy the powers of others.
Manga: Koizora: Setsunai Koimonogatari
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Manga: Orange
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I think the both protagonist have that feeling of saving the person that they like. It is also unique, and they both deal with real life tragedy. It has its own roller coaster rides and page turning to read.
Manga: Karakuri Odette
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Karakuri Odette
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Manga: 3 Level Combination
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3 Level Combination
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Both series feature female robots who are sometimes more humane than the humans around them. They were created as experiments to make robots more like humans. They attend school and develop deep connections with others.
Manga: Slam Dunk
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Manga: Fight no Akatsuki
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Fight no Akatsuki
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I feel they both manga have a certain focus about the sport: Slam Dunk focus on showing how intense a basketball game can be... While Fight no Akatsuki focus more on how Basketball is enjoyable.

Both are similar enough that if you liked one of them, the other is a manga to consider.
Manga: Fight no Akatsuki
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Fight no Akatsuki
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Manga: Kuroko no Basket
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Kuroko no Basket
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They both share the same core: school basketball.

One of them relies more on wild stuffs and have some interesting characters. The other one, though, focus more on some guys fighting against some wild stuffs and encourage reader to love basketball.

If you have read one of them, you should read the other since they are somewhat similar.
Manga: Slam Dunk
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Manga: Kuroko no Basket
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They both share the same core: school basketball. One of them relies more on wild stuffs and have some interesting characters. One of them relies more on the intensity that Baseketball games can give. If you liked Slam Dunk, Kuroko is an interesting read as it is on school basketball too. If you liked Kuroko, Slam Dunk is a must read.
Manga: Ten Count
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Manga: Omae wa Hitsuji.
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Omae wa Hitsuji.
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If you liked TC's Kurose and his character design, the seme from Omao wa Hitsuji is pretty much a replica and he's actually not psychopathic.
Manga: Shoujo Shounen Gakkyuudan
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Manga: Nekota no Koto ga Kininatte Shikatanai.
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Nekota no Koto ga Kininatte Shikatanai.
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Both main characters transfers to a new school and makes new friends.... And both main characters are tomboy...
Manga: Hoshi no Samidare
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Manga: Reincarnation no Kaben
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May contain spoilers.

Both MCs have a kind of twisted personality. They start by not understanding themselves that much, and go on growing up.
In both series there is a main conflict between two factions, with the MC acting to his own benefit while helping the "good" side.
Reincarnation no Kaben has a more complex plot, with some major plot points being from the past, while Hoshi no Samidare has bigger difference between the two factions and action is more direct, but the overall feeling is pretty similar.
Also, there's the "Awesome Big Bro" character for both MCs that drives them to become stronger.
Manga: Eden no Ori
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Manga: Survival
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Survivor theme
Manga: Aku no Hana
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Manga: Kakegurui
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Both have a similar MC and it just gives that vibe of being mysterious. Though the story aren't similar, it's setting is in a highschool, just like the beginning of Aku no Hana.
Manga: Orange
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Manga: Katayoku no Labyrinth
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Both are shoujo manga using time travel to go back into the past. Both manga have similar reasons for why the characters begin travelling through time, either by traveling back in time themselves to make necessary changes to prevent it from happening themselves or sending letters to their past self.
Manga: Sora wa Akai Kawa no Hotori
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Manga: Kanata kara
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Similar story about a girl from modern Japan travelling through time and a handsome strong man help her. Some adventure & romance
Manga: Ojojojo
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Manga: Hazuki Kanon wa Amakunai.
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4-koma rom-com series with sweet and funny feels. Both of heroine is tsundere. Both male and female MC doesnt had any friends.
Manga: Vagabond
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Manga: Oldman
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Story aside, if you're into Vagabond primarily for the art, I think you'd like Oldman too, as both art styles are on the realistic side and there is something similar about the way they draw the female faces. As a bonus, Oldman is also set in a period setting, except it's European rather than Japanese.
Manga: Samurai Deeper Kyou
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Manga: Code:Breaker
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Since it's written and drew by the same author, it is obvious that both has the same art style, similar plot, and the same characters style, which is a big reason this recommendation is made.

The arts are amazing and highly detailed in both. If you like the drawing of one, you will like the arts of the other easily.
They both feature an high organization that the main character desires to dismantle because of some disagreement in the vision of life or something. It features a similar plot then.
Similar characters, different lifestyle. Nothing more to add.

In summary, if you liked one, you might like the others, althought the different lifestyle(one is more urban while the other feature samurais...) might bothers you. Still worth a try.
Manga: Rurouni Kenshin: Meiji Kenkaku Romantan
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Manga: Samurai Deeper Kyou
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They both feature a main character who is the guy everybody want to take down. Some intense fight there and there and some drama (because of the past) there and there. They are really similar. However, the drawings of Samrai Deeper Kyo is superior to Kenshin in my opinion. But Kenshin still has that simple drawings that does wonders.

You just can't read one without at least trying the other one.
Manga: Rurouni Kenshin: Meiji Kenkaku Romantan
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Manga: Black Cat
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Both involves a character, who was an assassin in the past, who avoid killing no matter what. It feature rather similar drawing style too.
Manga: Tennis no Ouji-sama
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Manga: Captain Tsubasa
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They are both similar in term of progression of the main character's (and the others) improvement over the course of the manga. And they sometimes use wild techniques during their games. Although Tennis no Ouji-sama has better drawing in my opinion, Tsubasa is still respectable.
Manga: 1-en no Otoko
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Manga: 3-manen no Kareshi
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Money is the main reason why the protagonists first interact with each other
Manga: Ajin
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Manga: Fire Punch
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Ajin and Fire Punch are series that explore the ethical dilemmas that would arise if "immortality" existed. Do undying humans (whom are a scarce minority) share the same rights as mortal ones, or are they simply a specimen/resource to be exploited?
Both series are about as violent as one-another, but Fire Punch is set on a frozen, post-apocalyptic future earth (and with that comes themes of religious and sexual natures), while Ajin is just set in modern-day Japan.
Manga: Tasogare Otome x Amnesia
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Manga: Hwaja
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If you like the combination of mystery and romance, this will scratch the same itch. I personally found the quantity of romance in Dusk Maiden to be more than Hwaja, but the maturity of content in Hwaja is definitely higher.

Hwaja tells of an evolving storyline with depth of the characters, while Dusk Maiden mostly consists of the present day, past flashbacks and evolution of the girl MC during the interim period.

Both stories are very touching, and dark.

If you want a darker more mature storyline, pick Hwaja

If you want more romance, pick Dusk Maiden

if you like one you'll be sure to like the other.
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