Manga Recommendations

Manga: Masca: The Tale of the Great Mage of Hessed
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Masca: The Tale of the Great Mage of Hessed
Manga: Mahoutsukai no Yome
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Mahoutsukai no Yome
- Fantasy
- Female protagonist
- Demon
- Mature slower moving storyline
Manga: Doubt
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Doubt
Manga: Museum
...then you might like
Museum
Intense gore and misterious crimes.
Manga: Only Sense Online
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Only Sense Online
Manga: Zettai ni Hatarakitakunai Dungeon Master ga Damin wo Musaboru made
...then you might like
Zettai ni Hatarakitakunai Dungeon Master ga Damin wo Musaboru made
1) Both protagonist experimented with various materials for crafting. In LMD the mc experimented for crafting golems and in OSO the mc experimented for crafting more materials
2) The history is set in a fantasy world. Well, in OSO is in a fantasy game world
Manga: Owari no Seraph
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Owari no Seraph
Manga: Kimi Shi ni Tamau Koto Nakare
...then you might like
Kimi Shi ni Tamau Koto Nakare
In both mangas students are used as weapons and are made to fight against ‚evil‘ with their extraordinary abilities. In ‚Thou shall not die‘ as well as in ‚Seraph of the end‘ they develop some kind of friendship. By comparison ‚Thou shall not die‘ shows more brutality and belongs to the seinen genre while ‚Seraph of the end‘ has typical traits of the shounen genre.
Manga: Dead Tube
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Dead Tube
Manga: Prison Lab
...then you might like
Prison Lab
If you've taken a liking to bloody torture scenes with a lot of things on the line (such as money) involved you'd probably enjoy either one of these. Both protagonists happen to be the average guy who turns twisted due to certain events and participates in so called "torture games" with set of rules and circumstances.
Manga: Black Jack
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Black Jack
Manga: Franken Fran
...then you might like
Franken Fran
Franken Fran is pretty much Black Jack with a more current art style and the body horror cranked up to the max.
Manga: Mushishi
If you liked
Mushishi
Manga: Vagabond
...then you might like
Vagabond
Even if they are very different because Vagabond is more violent while Mushishi is more calm, there is a sensation of serenity that emerges from both titles, which take place in history.
Manga: Bokura ga Ita
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Bokura ga Ita
Manga: Orange
...then you might like
Orange
Orange manga is a remarkable story of a group of friends trying to save and continue the love of one another. They all want to erase their regrets, so that everyone will live to see another beautiful day. To hear everyone laugh and see smile.

Bokura ga ita manga is very similar. Talk about regrets, what is happiness, death, love trio, memories in others perspectives. The characters gradually grow and become mature when it comes to love and death. It's such a beautiful story. Long story at that and the ending is just great. Consider reading the manga and you will see how greatly similar it is to Orange. Enjoy.
Manga: Shinka no Mi: Shiranai Uchi ni Kachigumi Jinsei
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Shinka no Mi: Shiranai Uchi ni Kachigumi Jinsei
Manga: Lv999 no Murabito
...then you might like
Lv999 no Murabito
1) Op protagonist 2) The story is set in a fantasy world 3) The female main character had red hair and blue eyes 4) Mmorpg features: Levels features Class feature etc The main character is considered very "normal"
Manga: Complex
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Complex
Manga: Buddy Go!
...then you might like
Buddy Go!
they both have very familiar feelings

protagonists go into similar showbiz

both protagonist are very alike and

tomboyish.
Manga: Ichigo Channel
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Ichigo Channel
Manga: Buddy Go!
...then you might like
Buddy Go!
both of these manga are almost exactly alike.

both have girls crossdressing as boys

then they go into similar showbiz company and go into idol group

and the fact that they are a girl is a secret.

the guy doesnt know that the boy is a girl.

she must keep that fact a secret from him.
Manga: Imori 201
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Imori 201
Manga: Prison School
...then you might like
Prison School
They have the same perverted theme prison school and breasts * - *.
Manga: Koisuru Boukun
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Koisuru Boukun
Manga: Mousou Elektel
...then you might like
Mousou Elektel
Their similarities lies in how the usual roles of seme and uke are reversed in comparison to the characters behavior as is generally expected.
Also both are equally amazing yaoi in their own manner.
Manga: Mouryou no Yurikago
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Mouryou no Yurikago
Manga: 6000
...then you might like
6000
Short-ish survival horror series set beneath the sea with supernatural elements.
Manga: Blood Alone
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Blood Alone
Manga: Devil's Line
...then you might like
Devil's Line
While both stories feature vampires and the trials they have to deal with in living alongside humans a great deal of my recommendation comes from how their tones are similar. While there is bloody action to be had the relationships between the characters involved are just as important. You get to see parts of their daily lives and sweet calming moments contrasted with the violent ones and the mood shifts aren't jarring.
Manga: Kaichou wa Maid-sama!
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Kaichou wa Maid-sama!
Manga: Mayo Chiki!
...then you might like
Mayo Chiki!
Also one of the best rom-com manga and very similar to this one, instead of a butler, the female character is a maid, and yes she keeps it a secret.
The age is also similar.
There's also the anime which is very good as well, but not better than the manga.
Manga: Mayo Chiki!
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Mayo Chiki!
Manga: Nisekoi
...then you might like
Nisekoi
Nisekoi, one of the best romance manga just like Mayo Chiki!

You should really give it a try, it's longer though, has like 228 chapters, but some of them are basically fillers so you don't really have to waste your time with those.
Manga: Hanako to Guuwa no Teller
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Hanako to Guuwa no Teller
Manga: Kiben Gakuha, Yotsuya-senpai no Kaidan.
...then you might like
Kiben Gakuha, Yotsuya-senpai no Kaidan.
Both short series are about paranormal investigations into urban legends and local mysteries.
Manga: D.Gray-man
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D.Gray-man
Manga: Donten ni Warau
...then you might like
Donten ni Warau
The late 1800s, chosen vessels, exorcism and time-transcending love, D.Gray-man and Donten ni Warau share many same themes and feel very similar despite one being shounen and the other shoujo. Both manga have action and dark themes but also bits and pieces of hilarious humor here and there to lighten the atmosphere. Also, the art styles are somewhat similar; both manga are created by very talented women.
Manga: Kara no Kyoukai: The Garden of Sinners
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Kara no Kyoukai: The Garden of Sinners
Manga: Notes.
...then you might like
Notes.
Kara no Kyoukai and Notes are early Kinoko Nasu works. They are good examples of his signature writing style of non-linear, mythology heavy stories with interesting characters spouting their philosophies at any given chance. Notes. is more dense and even comes with a sort of glossary to keep track of its lore while Kara no Kyoukai helps the reader understand the lore better over the course of the books. Kara no Kyoukai has aged better but both are very much worth reading if you are a fan of Kinoko Nasu or of philosophical works of a supernatural flair.
Manga: Fukushuu Kyoushitsu
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Fukushuu Kyoushitsu
Manga: Prison Lab
...then you might like
Prison Lab
What is more satisfying other than seeing the person bullying you, being punished? While Eyama from Prison Lab, got an opportunity to take his revenge on the bullies' ringleader, Ayana, from Revenge classroom, made her own opportunities to take revenge on her whole class: The ones that bullied her, the ones who stood aside and laughed and the ones that saw what she's been going through but didn't do anything. While reading Fukushuu Kyoushitsu almost the same feeling, as Prison Lab, will surround you. Both main characters slowly start to change their personalities. In the beginning they were weak willed and in a pathetic state, but something triggered both of them to change. Eyama got an invitation letter of the "Captivity game", but Ayana was pushed by someone, from her school, into the traffic. After she recovered from her injuries she understood that her classmates would eventually kill her, so it was time for her to start taking an action. So she started to plan how to destroy each of her classmates lives one by one and not get caught by anyone.
Manga: Fullmetal Alchemist
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Fullmetal Alchemist
Manga: Magi
...then you might like
Magi
Both...

...are very untypical Shounen. It does not simply revolve around being stronger and stronger, but have much more meaningful goals.
...start out lighthearted but are very dark in the core. A lot tragic moments in both.
...are very philosophical and aren't simply black/white. Good/Evil are questioned throughout the whole series, as well as God, the purpose of Life and similar themes.
...have people dying when they are killed.
...have similar characters,
- a protagonist duo with one guy who is more fired-up (Ed/Alibaba) and another who is laid-back (Aladdin/Al).
- Strong females in both (Riza, Winry, Armstrong etc in FMA, Morgiana, Kougyoku, Yamuraiha etc. in Magi).
- Sinbad could be compared to Roy (idealists, wanting to change the world by being the Ruler)
...have an "evil" kind of organisation threatening the world whose goals become clearer throughout the series.
...involve twists and turns, enemies becoming allies, allies becoming enemies.
...have a lot more similarities you'll notice while reading.

Be prepared for a long journey and an amazing ride in both :)
Manga: Futari no Musuko ni Nerawareteimasu
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Futari no Musuko ni Nerawareteimasu
Manga: Don't Touch! Daddy
...then you might like
Don't Touch! Daddy
Both are about Father/Son(s) couples. Though Don't Touch! Daddy? is a little lighter then Futari no Musuko ni Nerawareteimasu in the fact that it don't tell as much of a story as FnMnN. Both have similar back stories as well. If you like one you'd probably like the other.
Manga: Rurouni Kenshin: Meiji Kenkaku Romantan
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Rurouni Kenshin: Meiji Kenkaku Romantan
Manga: Meteor Methuselah
...then you might like
Meteor Methuselah
Rurouni Kenshin and Immortal Rain both begin with the female deuteragonist attacking the eponymous character. Kaoru and Machika learn later on who they really are and gradually fall in love with them.

Kenshin and Rain are usually easy-going, goofy, clumsy, and very, very kind, but will become serious and ready to defend those important to them.
Both have a dark past and enemies who they must confront if it means living peacefully with those who have become like a family to them.
Manga: Rutta to Kodama
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Rutta to Kodama
Manga: Heart no Kakurega
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Heart no Kakurega
Similar stories and similar characters
Manga: Utsuro no Hako to Zero no Maria
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Utsuro no Hako to Zero no Maria
Manga: Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu
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Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu
Its hard to draw the similarities between these two novels without spoiling,

In both you will have

- Time travel
- Psychological thema
- Similar relationship between the main characters.

Main difference is the fact that 『Rezero』 is set in a fantasy world whereas 『Zero no Maria』 is set in modern Japan. Both are great novels to read and Im pretty sure you will enjoy both if you enjoyed reading one of them.
Manga: Kiseijuu
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Kiseijuu
Manga: ēlDLIVE
...then you might like
ēlDLIVE
Well first of all they have an alien that suddenly grew into their body. The mystery is both kinda heavy. Both MC are superb. I rally recommend this to you. You won''t regret it.
Manga: Yotsuba to!
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Yotsuba to!
Manga: Gakuen Babysitters
...then you might like
Gakuen Babysitters
They're both feel good happy manga that make you smile. Yotsuba to also involves a young girl who's discovering the world. Both have hilarious side characters. They both make you appreciate the small things and enjoy life :)
Manga: Yotsuba to!
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Yotsuba to!
Manga: Amaama to Inazuma
...then you might like
Amaama to Inazuma
-both have main characters who are adolescent girls.
-both their parents are single dads.
-both are slice of life.
-jumbo and yagi are the big sized friend of the dad.
Manga: Hakushaku Cain Series
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Hakushaku Cain Series
Manga: Tousei Gensou Hakubutsushi
...then you might like
Tousei Gensou Hakubutsushi
They begin as dark, episodic historical mysteries with a young male main character. The main character has a strange backstory, issues with his father, and a faithful servant. Hakushaku Cain is set in late Victorian England, and Tousei Gensou Hakubutsushi is set in Japan at around the same time.
Manga: Gekkou
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Gekkou
Manga: Sundome
...then you might like
Sundome
a subtle treachery in the relationship between the heroine and protagonist

Mystery over the heroin leaves a great curiosity
Manga: Hikaru no Go
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Hikaru no Go
Manga: Alive: Saishuu Shinkateki Shounen
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Alive: Saishuu Shinkateki Shounen
Many readers probably don't think the same, but there is some very crucial similarities with Alive and Hikago.
1 is feeling, 2 is the ultimate meaning of the manga.

Both mangas trick you into thinking it's a generic shounen manga with a train, fight, train, fight equation and a slightly stupid and hot headed young MC. but in reality, both mangas are about life and they present it in such a unique and wonderful way. There is not many, if not, very little moments where we'll see the MC or other characters get powerups or training, of course they will gradually improve as they progress, but these aren't done through a sudden need to get strong, but through a consistent progress of several years.
The so called training isn't presented to us through super quick and impossible methods either, but have relation to the either the protagonists talent and actual meaningful methods.

Both protagonists are also very well developed while retaining many qualities they possessed at the beginning, they both mature while keeping a childish idealism or goal, though compared to Hikago, the MC of Alive is less realistic, that's to be expected since one's about a realistic board game whilst the other is about saving humanity through alien viruses.

The romance aspect is also more important in Alive, However neither truly develop it with it as much importance as general shounen, but more of a, what happens, happens.
(unlike many people i don't actually mind the pairing and love the ending)

Lastly is the art style, both have art styles that gradually development into something amazing and beautiful whilst starting off with a style that's less refined and more generic.

Although that's not the important aspect, i find both to be increasingly similar near the mid stage or ends.
Its not like its the most realistic, but neither is it very generic, whilst Hikago turned from very Shounen to more Seinen, Alive did the opposite, that does not mean the story itself became shounen, but rather both art styles met in the middle.

This kind of art style is what I personally like best as it retains the love of anime and manga, and has a mature, beautiful, neat and easy on the eyes appeal. The very nature of the manga's seem to be emitted off of it. in other words they're both FABULOUS.

Most importantly about both mangas, is that they're both action/sports and shounen/seinen mangas with a very well hidden, well developed and well placed undertone of slice of life.

If your looking for something genre specific then I wont suggest this manga, but if your looking for something more akin to the "feeling" and "inspiration" then this is the manga.
Manga: Kamichu!
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Kamichu!
Manga: Inari, Konkon, Koi Iroha.
...then you might like
Inari, Konkon, Koi Iroha.
A small but intriguing exploration of Japanese folkrore as a background to the light-hearted, cute and romantic story of a child growing up from frailty and humbleness to sensibleness.
Manga: Death Note
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Death Note
Manga: Yakusoku no Neverland
...then you might like
Yakusoku no Neverland
Both of these manga are WSJ manga in which the main characters use their wits to avoid being 'caught' by their enemies. They're also both tagged as mysteries on this website, and they both contain content that wouldn't be out of place in a seinen.
Manga: Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou
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Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou
Manga: Monster Girl
...then you might like
Monster Girl
They both have monster girls, a charimastic main character, and the center of the stories, ecchi, they have very nices scenes of ecchi.
Manga: Yuuutsu na Asa
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Yuuutsu na Asa
Manga: Aioimusubi
...then you might like
Aioimusubi
Older Seme,younger Uke
The seme wants the best for the uke, and the uke wants to catch up to the seme
The seme take care of the uke since he was still a child
Manga: Soul Eater
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Soul Eater
Manga: Noragami
...then you might like
Noragami
Do you like the idea of people turning into weapons? Well, you're in luck because both Noragami and Soul Eater feature people that can turn into weapons be it for a student or a god. Both filled with amazing action and adventure, you don't want to pass up reading them!
Manga: Silver Diamond
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Silver Diamond
Manga: Shuuten Unknown
...then you might like
Shuuten Unknown
It's by the same author, and they have similar atmospheres.
Manga: Shaman King
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Shaman King
Manga: Ao no Exorcist
...then you might like
Ao no Exorcist
Both series deal with spirits, demons, have idealistic protagonists, set in Japan, power ups, that sort of stuff.
Manga: Kekkaishi
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Kekkaishi
Manga: Ao no Exorcist
...then you might like
Ao no Exorcist
They both have: demons, spirits, exorcists, exorcist society, with a protagonist with special abilities.
Manga: Toaru Ossan no VRMMO Katsudouki
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Toaru Ossan no VRMMO Katsudouki
Manga: Dungeon Meshi
...then you might like
Dungeon Meshi
both have a big part that includes food and its preparation with the fun of adventuring that's refreshing and not over the top action packed.
Manga: No.6
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No.6
Manga: Guilty Crown
...then you might like
Guilty Crown
- Shion and Shu are wimpy protanonists but they have a subsequent U-turn in terms of personality;
- Nezumi and Inori are mysterious deuteragonists with the power to impact people's lifes with their singing voices;
- Mysterious life-treatening viruses;
- Futuristic/Post-apocaliptic/Dystopian settings;
- Similar genres (Drama, Sci-Fi, Psychological);
- Romantic subplot between the main characters;
Both series have dark atmospheres, dealing with government corruption, rebellious groups (a.k.a. La Résistance), moral dilemmas, some action, great character development and both manga have alternate (non-canon) endings in which the characters that perish in the original story survives, making both adaptations less impactful than their respective original sources, but they're still somewhat enjoyable nonetheless.
NOTE: No.6 is filled with tons of Ho Yay moments (mostly between Nezumi and Shion) and if you don't like this kind of stuff just avoid it.
Manga: Monster
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Monster
Manga: Fullmetal Alchemist
...then you might like
Fullmetal Alchemist
- Masterfully well-written, mystery-filled and suspenseful masterpieces;
- Interlectual, clever, engaging and enthralling dialogues;
- Large cast of well-rounded and complex characters interconnected throughout their own stories;
- Similar genres (Drama, Mystery, Tragedy);
- Evil mastermind behind everything manipulating those around him;
- Monster is set in Germany while FMA has a German-esque setting;
- Dark, somber and obscure atmospheres;
- Artstyle is visibly not its strongest/trademark point;
Both series deal with mature themes such as human experimentation and moral dilemmas, plenty of philosophy, religious symbolism and important messages that don't shy away from showing the darkest sides of humanity, every chapter is thrilling and makes you want to read more and more of it, both series are award-winning works of art that are definitely two of the best manga ever written, but unlike Monster, Fullmetal Alchemist has a satisfactory and conclusive ending.
Manga: Code Geass: Hangyaku no Lelouch
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Code Geass: Hangyaku no Lelouch
Manga: Guilty Crown
...then you might like
Guilty Crown
- Lelouch and Shu are teenagers who have great powers bestowed upon them;
- C.C. and Inori are mysterious and seductive girls;
- Kallen and Ayase are fierce and competent ace pilots;
- Similar genres (Drama, Sci-Fi, Tragedy);
- Post-apocaliptic and futuristic settings;
- Hecka mechas;
Both series have nearly identical storylines and themes such as rebellion, discrimination, supernatural powers, friendship, betrayal and Japan being a subjugated nation, needless to say that Code Geass is far more well-written and better executed than Guilty Crown and the manga adaptation of the latter has an alternate ending in which a certain pink-haired girl survives.
Manga: Piano no Mori
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Piano no Mori
Manga: Soul Catcher(S)
...then you might like
Soul Catcher(S)
Piano No Mori and Soul Catchers are both about moving people's hearts with music. The characters of both series are facing similar problems and share common feelings. There are also common scenes, such as the orchestras.
Manga: Game Over
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Game Over
Manga: Futari no Renai Shoka
...then you might like
Futari no Renai Shoka
Fast paced and heartwarming love story between high school boy and older woman. The characters personalities are different but you can still get the same feeling. The stories are straightforward and the relationships progressed quickly. If you want romance that something not so complicated and little to no drama try either of these.
Manga: Vagabond
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Vagabond
Manga: Song of the Long March
...then you might like
Song of the Long March
One may wonder as to how two tales cut from different cloths can be so similar...And yet they are. These two are both beautifully drawn, laboriously at that. If you're one who's easily taken in by detail-oriented awesome artworks, then this one's for you. The two leads, in their wanderings aiming to find some things, discover themselves instead. These tales don't simply show the protagonists doing 'things' but they also draw you in with their struggles, frustrations and successes. Blood, sword fights and revenge. Vagabond may not be an outright revenge story and yet it is, albeit in a very different form.
Manga: Real Account
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Real Account
Manga: Dead Tube
...then you might like
Dead Tube
People are forced to kill each other after being involved with a messed up social media site.
Many contestants show their true colors in a contest that is survival of the smartest.
Both include a mixture of ecchi and alot of violence.
They both use a similar art style.
Manga: Ookami to Koushinryou
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Ookami to Koushinryou
Manga: Sword Art Online: Progressive
...then you might like
Sword Art Online: Progressive
- Kraft and Kirito both have cunning attitudes and the ability to improvise plans while in danger;
- Holo and Asuna are beautiful, feisty and corageous girls who are extremelly similar appearence-wise;
- Medieval settings;
- Similar genres (Drama, Fantasy, Romance);
- Similar vibe and atmosphere;
- Engaging and immersive storytellings;
- Beautiful and well detailed artstyles and character designs;
- Both stories are about going on adventures, the main characters are well-written and well-developed and the relationship between them develops at a perfect pace with the damsel in distress trope being constantly zigzagged and while they can attract many people from the opposite gender both of them remain completely faithful to each other, and both series feature two of the best romances ever written.
Manga: Sword Art Online: Progressive
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Sword Art Online: Progressive
Manga: Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darou ka
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Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darou ka
- Asuna and Bell are both inexperienced rookies that become competent badasses as the story progresses;
- Kirito and Aiz are skillful and efficient individuals that clear the way and walk alongside them;
- Medieval/MMORPG-like Settings;
- Similar genres (Adventure, Fantasy, Romance)
- Epic fight scenes performed by a cast full of badasses;
- Ample, vast and well described world buildings;
Both series are about killing monsters, leveling up, clearing dungeons, doing quests, all of this while having well-rounded characters that have plenty of development throughout the story, there's a good harmony between comedy and drama, cute and romantic moments all put together in a good and enjoyable story described with a smooth and extremely immersive storytelling.
Manga: Strobe Edge
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Strobe Edge
Manga: Ao Haru Ride
...then you might like
Ao Haru Ride
Similar art and base story, even though they pan out differently. The character development are amazing in both of them, each with their own special traits to make them memorable. Would recommend both!
Manga: Kiss/Hug
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Kiss/Hug
Manga: Sora Log
...then you might like
Sora Log
They're from the same mangaka; art and stories are similar. Main characters are also alike in some ways.
Manga: Hibi Chouchou
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Hibi Chouchou
Manga: HajiOtsu.
...then you might like
HajiOtsu.
When I finished HajiOtsu, Hibi Chouchou was the first manga that came to my mind. Main characters are alike in shyness and the way they try to overcome it together, both have friends that support them in their quest.
Extremely cute both of them, and the art is amazing!
Manga: Girl Friends
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Girl Friends
Manga: Hana to Hina wa Houkago
...then you might like
Hana to Hina wa Houkago
Setting aside that they're written by the same author, both series are has cute characters and love-comedy school life scenarios.
Manga: Aoi Hana
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Aoi Hana
Manga: Octave
...then you might like
Octave
Main character from both manga struggled not only about loving a person with the same gender but also had similar problems dealing with their own feelings.

Both manga are great and realistic when compared to how real-life settings
Manga: Shinka no Mi: Shiranai Uchi ni Kachigumi Jinsei
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Shinka no Mi: Shiranai Uchi ni Kachigumi Jinsei
Manga: Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou
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Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou
1) Both MC was bullied from his class companion
2) In both story all the classroom was transported to another world
3) Both MC experimented th "hell" because his respective class companion they abandoned
4) Both MC is around of various beautiful and extragant girls
5) Both MC are very OP
6) Both MC can assimilation skills of his enemies
Really arifureta and shinka no mi are similar from different aspects
Manga: Isekai Tensei Soudouki
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Isekai Tensei Soudouki
Manga: Gun-Ota ga Mahou Sekai ni Tensei shitara, Gendai Heiki de Guntai Harem wo Tsukucchaimashita!?
...then you might like
Gun-Ota ga Mahou Sekai ni Tensei shitara, Gendai Heiki de Guntai Harem wo Tsukucchaimashita!?
Both MC have a reincarnated soul in them, but in isekai tensei the MC has 2 reincarnated souls in him.
Manga: Sora no Otoshimono
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Sora no Otoshimono
Manga: Clockwork Planet
...then you might like
Clockwork Planet
it is once again one dude with a lot of girl's fawning over him. they also has the same master/servant relationship and both the main female protagonists are very strong.

there's also a lot of humour involved in both. with the main difference being that Sora no Otoshimono focuses on sexual humour.
Manga: Baccano!
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Baccano!
Manga: Vamp!
...then you might like
Vamp!
Both have a familiar and quirky narrative, both contains an unique and well-written cast of characters, which is the strongest point of both, and both series have interesting supernatural elements. They are also illustrated by the same artist Katsumi Enami.
Manga: Shino-chan wa Jibun no Namae ga Ienai
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Shino-chan wa Jibun no Namae ga Ienai
Manga: Koe no Katachi
...then you might like
Koe no Katachi
A timid girl has trouble communicating with her classmates and is bullied. Eventually, she makes friends who help her become more comfortable with herself and others, but problems keep getting in the way. The main characters are extremely similar.
Manga: No Fatigue: 24-jikan Tatakaeru Otoko no Tenseitan
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No Fatigue: 24-jikan Tatakaeru Otoko no Tenseitan
Manga: Kenja no Mago
...then you might like
Kenja no Mago
They both are about being reincarnated, both main characters in the two series have powers others find impossible or unbelievable. Altho one is Light Novel and the other is a manga, the story line at the beginning has some similarities. If you enjoyed the reincarnated spot about No Fatigue then this is a similar version to it but in a manga format.
Manga: Takane no Hana nara Ochitekoi!!
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Takane no Hana nara Ochitekoi!!
Manga: Sangatsu wa Oresama ni Narimasu
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Sangatsu wa Oresama ni Narimasu
Both subvert the aggressive male and blushy girl trope by having the girls use tricks that are commonly done by boys like pushing boys against the wall or the bridal carry.

- In Sangatsu the girl is being taught the art of pick up by a playboy
- In Takane no Hana the girl is just an oblivious charmer and lady killer
Manga: Tanaka-kun wa Itsumo Kedaruge
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Tanaka-kun wa Itsumo Kedaruge
Manga: Kuzumi-kun, Kuuki Yometemasu ka?
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Kuzumi-kun, Kuuki Yometemasu ka?
Both the MCs live in their own world and have a helpful male best friend who looks scary but is actually nice. They are both funny, but Kuzumi-kun, Kuuki Yometemasu ka? has more romance, while Tanaka-kun wa Itsumo Kedaruge is almost purely comedy. However, Kuzumi-kun, Kuuki Yometemasu ka? is depicted from the POV of a popular girl who likes Kuzumi.
Manga: Strobe Edge
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Strobe Edge
Manga: Honey
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Honey
Both manga have similar art styles and two main girls whom are a bit alike. (although the main female in Honey seems a bit less.. you know.)

They are both school romance stories with a bit of comedy and a good amount of interesting situations.
Manga: Jackals
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Jackals
Manga: Akame ga Kill!
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Akame ga Kill!
Both mangas are pretty brutal and set in a world where the government is corrupted.
Each character is an experienced killer with his own fighting style.
Manga: Gantz
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Gantz
Manga: Darwin's Game
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Darwin's Game
Both involve people who are unwittingly drawn into a "game" where they must fight for their lives
Manga: Yotsuba to!
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Yotsuba to!
Manga: Amaama to Inazuma
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Amaama to Inazuma
single dad, young child. fun adventures although amaama to inazuma is more revolved around food
Manga: To LOVE-Ru
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To LOVE-Ru
Manga: Love Rush!
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Love Rush!
-Harem -Wussy Mc -Obsessive Heroine against childhood love interest
Manga: Komatta Toki ni wa Hoshi ni Kike
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Komatta Toki ni wa Hoshi ni Kike
Manga: Golden Days
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Golden Days
Although the plot of this two mangas are completely not alike, but...
Both are about two boys falliing in love. In both they can't stand each other in the beginning, but as times goes on they become friends. And then they fall in love.
In both the romance isn't the whole thing, both includes themes like the family and the friendship.
Manga: Dragon Head
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Dragon Head
Manga: Hyouryuu Kyoushitsu
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Hyouryuu Kyoushitsu
If I were to pick one manga that was the biggest influence on Dragon Head it would be The Drifting Classroom (Hyouryuu Kyoushitsu). Both involve students trapped in an apocalyptic setting and having to deal with a new world they neither understand nor enjoy.

Dragon Head is scarier than The Drifting Classroom, and has a more ambiguous plot, however they both mine similar territory when it comes to generating fear. Both also take inspiration and influence from Lord of the Flies.
Manga: No.6
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No.6
Manga: Kanshikan Tsunemori Akane
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Kanshikan Tsunemori Akane
- Shion and Akane are were raised in a privileged enviroment but their reality changes drasticaly after they meet a certain someone;
- Nezumi and Kougami are snarky and badass deuteragonists;
- Similar genres (Drama, Sci-Fi, Psychological)
- Futuristic settings that are utopic and dystopic at the same time;
- Deep themes and dark atmospheres;
- Thought-provoking lines and philosophical quotes are nearly always present;
Both series feature well-devolped and charismatic characters with great characterizations, similar themes such as dealing with societies controled by a system that are seemingly 'perfect' but they have dark secrets beneath them and both series have rather bittersweet endings.
NOTE: No.6 is filled with tons of Ho Yay moments (mostly between Nezumi and Shion) and if you don't like this kind of stuff just avoid it.
Manga: Neon Genesis Evangelion
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Neon Genesis Evangelion
Manga: Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica
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Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica
- Shinji and Madoka are unconventional and somewhat useless protagonists;
- Asuka and Homura are elegant, beautiful and outright badass deuteragonists;
- Unique and complex characters with intriguing motivations;
- Similar genres (Drama, Sci-Fi, Psychological)
- Deep and mature themes;
- Dark and depressive atmospheres;
- There's a fair ammount of sexual tension between the MCs;
Both series are deconstructions of their respectives genres, Evangelion with mecha, and Madoka Magica with the Mahou Shoujo genre, there's plenty of symbolism, thought-provoking and philosophical dialogues/monologues and both series after a major plot twist they become transcendental and groundbreaking masterpieces.
Manga: Neon Genesis Evangelion
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Neon Genesis Evangelion
Manga: Kara no Kyoukai: The Garden of Sinners
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Kara no Kyoukai: The Garden of Sinners
- Shinji and Mikiya are unusual and somewhat feeble protagonits;
- Asuka and Shiki are beautiful and badass deuteragonists;
- Dark atmospheres and mature themes;
- Similar genres (Drama, Horror, Psychological);
- Controversial themes;
- Extremelly violent and gory at times;
- Mindscrewing storylines;
- Epic and thrilling action/fight scenes;
Both series delve deep into the concept of human nature, sin, God and suchlike themes, there's plenty of meaningful and philosophical monologues/dialogues, complex characters and really satisfactory endings;
Manga: Sword Art Online
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Sword Art Online
Manga: Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Comedy wa Machigatteiru.
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Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Comedy wa Machigatteiru.
- Male leads had rough pasts but they're always making their best to help other people;
- Female leads are strong-willed, beautiful and seemingly "perfect" (even though they're not);
- Deals with socialization issues, childhood traumas, high expectations to fulfill and suchlike themes;
- Similar genres (Drama and Romance);
- Extremelly immersive storytellings;
- Detailed artstyles and gorgeous character designs;
Both series are best-selling and award-winning masterpieces that manage to mix quality with enjoyment perfectly, they feature characters that are realistic and easy to relate to, and character development is present/predominant on nearly every arc.
Manga: Akatsuki no Yona
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Akatsuki no Yona
Manga: Song of the Long March
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Song of the Long March
2 Princesses must flee and hide after a coup. These maidens have strong character with some weaknesses and doubts sometimes. It all takes place in historical settings : Old china for the Song of the long march and an imaginery old country for Akatsuki no yona (swords, spears and bows are the main weapons). Geopolitics is a critical issue for our two heroines, who deeply care about their country. Another similarity is the art : beautifull. Differences : - no fantasy element in Song of the long march, the approach is pretty realistic and related to China's history. - Princess Chang Ge Li (Song of the long march) is extremly clever, curious and educated in diverse matters like politics, war, diplomacy, philosophy, self-defense and even learns foreign languages while Yona only "learnt" to be a cute princess at the start of the story (but that changes afterwards) - Romance is a lot more prevalent in Akatsuki No Yona. - There is a comedy aspect only in Akatsuki No Yona and it works pretty well.
Manga: Pastel
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Pastel
Manga: Umi no Misaki
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Umi no Misaki
Similarity:
Similar genre (comedy,romance,harem)
protagonist living with various girls/sisters
Both focuses on romance
main heroine kind of tsundere
gives similar vibe

Difference:
Umi no misaki has kind of supernatural touch.
Pastel is more of a shounen
umi no misaki has a better plot
Manga: Overlord
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Overlord
Manga: Princess wa Barairo no Yume wo Miru
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Princess wa Barairo no Yume wo Miru
Both characters are transported to another world
Both are OP player characters compared to new world's inhabitants
Both commands NPCs more powerful than themselves
Both seeks people similar to them (Players)
Only difference is that Kyuusetsu have a lighter tone than Overlord.
Manga: Plastic Neesan
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Plastic Neesan
Manga: Danshi Koukousei no Nichijou
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Danshi Koukousei no Nichijou
With short, episodic skits, these two series showcase an array of bizarre (and arguably relatable) scenarios while high school students weave through their everyday and school lives.
Manga: Natsume Yuujinchou
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Natsume Yuujinchou
Manga: Fukigen na Mononokean
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Fukigen na Mononokean
How do we come to acknowledge others who are too different from us?

Humans and yōkai (and each individual relative in these particular groups) are vastly different from one another, and it is in this difference that misunderstandings come about and stereotypical images are formed. However, in the midst of this glaring gap in beliefs, the characters are propelled into the sphere of acceptance and, consequently, grow. These are stories of empathy and broadening of worldview using human-yōkai, human-human, yōkai-yōkai interactions in times of straightforward helplessness and even in mundane happenings in life.
Manga: No Fatigue: 24-jikan Tatakaeru Otoko no Tenseitan
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No Fatigue: 24-jikan Tatakaeru Otoko no Tenseitan
Manga: World Teacher: Isekaishiki Kyouiku Agent
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World Teacher: Isekaishiki Kyouiku Agent
In both novels protagonist is a reincarnated otherworlder, and a child prodigy from the start with cheat-like abilities.
Manga: Ana Satsujin
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Ana Satsujin
Manga: Dead Tube
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Dead Tube
They both center around a really psychopathic girl and her relationship with a more shy boy. Even though Dead Tube is more graphic than Ana Satsujin, they are both great horror and thriller manga.
Manga: Peace Hame!
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Peace Hame!
Manga: Renai Fuyou Gakuha
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Renai Fuyou Gakuha
Both manga feature an unwitting underclassman being indoctrinated into the student counsel by their pretty senpai. These student counsels have a twist, however.
In the case of Peace Hame! the student counsel is collecting dirty pictures of all the 3rd year girls before they graduate, and they need the protagonist to help them out.
In the case of Renai Fuyou Gakuha, the student counsel is a haven for those who wish to have sex with emotional attachment. Once the protagonist finds out their secret, she joins to pay the counsel back for lost time.

Both have some minor elements of NTR and polygamy, with romance subplots.
Manga: Swing Out Sisters
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Swing Out Sisters
Manga: Evergreen
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Evergreen
They both feature two sisters who are in love with their younger brother. One of them teases him and forces the brother into a relationship, even though he's more obsessed with the sweeter and kinder sister.
Swing Out Sisters is much more light-hearted, while Evergreen is darker and more realistic. Evergreen has a more realistic art style as well, and has some netorare elements.

While both start with extremely similar concepts, they branch out into two different responses to the situation.
Manga: Full Metal Panic!
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Full Metal Panic!
Manga: Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei
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Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei
- Protagonists had tough and vigorous pasts but they still have cool and calm personalities;
- Main heroines main role is to be protected but they also have their own moments to shine;
- Similar genres (Sci-Fi, Drama, Romance);
- Gets darker as the story progresses;
- Tons of comic relief scenes;
- Good artstyles and character designs;
- Supporting cast full of charismatic characters;
Both series are full of action and military themes and MCs doing undercover works, they start off pretty weak and generic but they become great tales as the story progresses.
Manga: Porno Switch
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Porno Switch
Manga: Koakuma Kanojo
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Koakuma Kanojo
Drawn by the same artist and are gorgeous looking, Porno Switch focuses on vanilla romances between normal girls and guys, while Koakuma Kanojo focuses on a bunch of cute and sexy succubus getting naughty with a bunch of normal guys, while being vanilla itself for the most part.
Manga: Porno Switch
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Porno Switch
Manga: Suki darake
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Suki darake
Heavily focused on vanilla romances and drawn beautifully. Even some of the characters personalities are similar.
Manga: Harem Time
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Harem Time
Manga: Takusan Meshiagare♡Goshujinsama
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Takusan Meshiagare♡Goshujinsama
The main story arc of these harem hentai are about girls being completely loyal and loving towards their master. Harem Time stays comedic the whole time, while Takusan Meshigare Goshujin-sama gets a bit dramatic at some points.
Manga: Shoujo Sect
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Shoujo Sect
Manga: Umi to Anata to Taiyou to
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Umi to Anata to Taiyou to
They're yuri hentai with quite a bit of drama going on between the characters.
Manga: Ane wa Yome
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Ane wa Yome
Manga: Ane Kyun!
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Ane Kyun!
The main chapters are about a guy and his innocent and caring older sister struggling about their lust for each other. The romance and H-scenes are approached rather cutely.
Manga: Fella Pure: Mitarashi-san Chi no Jijou
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Fella Pure: Mitarashi-san Chi no Jijou
Manga: Toroke Manako
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Toroke Manako
They focus on having very intense sex scenes (with ahegao) while also having alot of lovey-dovey moments. The differences are that Toroke Manako (Melty Gaze) has multiple unrelated chapters, while Fella Pure is entirely about two people.
Manga: Datsu★Imouto Sengen♥
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Datsu★Imouto Sengen♥
Manga: Short Pants no Onnanoko no Hatsuiku ga Yosugiru Ken ni Tsuite
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Short Pants no Onnanoko no Hatsuiku ga Yosugiru Ken ni Tsuite
Relationships and H-scenes about guys and their little sisters with a huge focus on cuteness for the most part.
Manga: Renai Sample
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Renai Sample
Manga: Iromeku Kanojo
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Iromeku Kanojo
They have multiple unrelated chapters, but all the characters personalities and the scenarios that lead to the H-scenes are so similar, you'd think that they're from the same author even though they're not. Even the art style is not all that different.
Manga: Koinaka
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Koinaka
Manga: Takusan Meshiagare♡Goshujinsama
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Takusan Meshiagare♡Goshujinsama
They have a theme going on about girls who will do anything for the guy that they are interested in, romantically and/or sexually. They get quite romantic in some chapters as well.
Manga: Yanagida-kun to Mizuno-san
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Yanagida-kun to Mizuno-san
Manga: TiTiKEi
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TiTiKEi
Hentai about a tsundere female lead and a perverted guy with a strong focus on comedy.
Manga: 21 Seiki★Maid
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21 Seiki★Maid
Manga: Fella Hame Lips
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Fella Hame Lips
Guy orders a robot in the mail. It turns out that the robot has issues.
Manga: Nymphodelic
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Nymphodelic
Manga: Mida Love
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Mida Love
Adult males falling in love with underage girls. The romance is treated in a vanilla way most of the time.
Manga: Sex Nochi Ryou Omoi
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Sex Nochi Ryou Omoi
Manga: Punikano
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Punikano
Relationships based on male dominance over females without the males coming across as rapists. Characters are also very expressive because of the artsyles, which are arguably very similar.
Manga: Imouto no Ana
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Imouto no Ana
Manga: TiTiKEi
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TiTiKEi
Romantic comedy hentai between a massive pervert and his younger sister. Although TiTiKEi visually looks much better.
Manga: Mama Soap
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Mama Soap
Manga: Natsume-ke no Nichijou
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Natsume-ke no Nichijou
An incestuous three way between one guy and two girls that are older than him.
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