Manga Recommendations

Manga: Uzumaki
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Uzumaki
Manga: Tomie
...then you might like
Tomie
In addition to being of the same mangaka, they have a similar style of weird events and atmosphere (present in the majority of Junji Ito's mangas, actually), futhermore the art style is the same (a little obvious, maybe).
Manga: Mainichi Seiten
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Mainichi Seiten
Manga: Sore de wa Minasan
...then you might like
Sore de wa Minasan
In my opinion, these two manga have a familiar setting and theme to them. Both are stories about a family of brothers. The art isn't really similar, but the characters in each are drawn without being overly effeminate. Each manga includes relationships for each brother, and have a slice of life type of feel to them, even if they are BL manga.
Manga: Uta∽Kata
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Uta∽Kata
Manga: Shin Shirayuki-hime Densetsu Pretear
...then you might like
Shin Shirayuki-hime Densetsu Pretear
Uta Kata and Prétear are two magical girl series that feature the main protagonist borrowing powers based on nature (e.g. fire, water, etc.) and getting to wear different magical costumes with each power, something rare for the genre. Both focus on relationships and some darker themes, though Uta Kata is shorter and more darker than Prétear.
Manga: Uta∽Kata
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Uta∽Kata
Manga: Salomelic
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Salomelic
Uta Kata and Salomelic are two shojo-ai manga series that show a story between two girls, with one of them having magical powers. Both are one volume long, but Uta Kata is a bit longer and darker in comparison.
Manga: Uta∽Kata
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Uta∽Kata
Manga: Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica
...then you might like
Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica
Uta Kata and Puella Magi Madoka Magica are two manga series that are somewhat condensed adaptations of two magical girl anime series that are much darker than at first sight. Both feature a girl with ponytails and a girl with long hair as magical girls in a seinen story that presents magic with psychological twists.
Manga: Uta∽Kata
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Uta∽Kata
Manga: Mahou Shoujo Kazumi★Magica: The Innocent Malice
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Mahou Shoujo Kazumi★Magica: The Innocent Malice
Uta Kata and Puella Magi Kazumi Magica are two seinen manga series about a girl who gets involved with magic and can transform into a magical girl as a result. Kazumi Magica is longer, but both series are much darker than at first sight, and have similar levels of fan-service.
Manga: Cardcaptor Sakura
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Cardcaptor Sakura
Manga: Uta∽Kata
...then you might like
Uta∽Kata
Uta Kata and Cardcaptor Sakura are two magical girl manga series about a girl who uses a magical charm given to her by a magical being and wears more than one outfit (something rare for the genre) throughout their magical adventures. They both incorporate slice-of-life into the story and focus on relationships. Uta Kata is aimed at a much older audience and has darker themes than Cardcaptor Sakura, though.
Manga: Last Game
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Last Game
Manga: Kakao 79%
...then you might like
Kakao 79%
Both involve long-time friends, where one side harbors feelings for the other, and the other party is kinda clueless. The relationships in each story are fun, sweet, and sometimes painful in their own ways, due to the obliviousness of the other party. I was initially put off by the description for LG. Don't let it fool you. The description applies to their relationship up through high school. The story starts off during their college life, and the male lead's feelings have transformed significantly as compared to what the description makes you believe. K79% takes place in high school, where the leads have cultivated a strong bond that no one can seem to penetrate, much to their dismay. Both stories have strong female leads, and male leads who are supportive of them.
Manga: 3-gatsu no Lion
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3-gatsu no Lion
Manga: Machida-kun no Sekai
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Machida-kun no Sekai
If you like manga that warms your heart, you should definitely check out 3-gatsu no lion. The characters are very precious and the dynamics between main character and family is very interesting.
Manga: Something About Us
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Something About Us
Manga: Kakao 79%
...then you might like
Kakao 79%
-Similar format: Both are full color long strip manga -Same basic premise: Two MC are childhood friends, and to their frustration, everyone assumes that they are dating since they are so close. Despite vehemently denying it, they eventually end up developing romantic feelings for one another, and make the awkward transition to becoming a couple. -Differences: Mostly in the setting. Kakao is a high school slice of life romance, complete with all of the cliches that typically entails. Something about us is set in the college/career world, with the characters encountering more "adult" obstacles in their path. Kakao also focuses more on the events leading up to the MCs dating, whereas SAU spends equal time exploring the difficulties they encounter after they become a couple (although, since Kakao is unfinished at the time of this review, that could change)
Manga: L∞p
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L∞p
Manga: Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu
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Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu
Protagonist is stuck in the loop they have to repeat over and over and they have to figure out how to not let someone else die.
Manga: Gantz
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Gantz
Manga: Fire Punch
...then you might like
Fire Punch
The emotional and physical hurt are thicc as hell in both of these manga. Very violent and full of gore, though Fire Punch is a good bit less sexual. Both teenage boy protags deal with feelings of guilt and answer the consequences of their own selfishness in a world in which they feel forced to kill due to incredibly powerful, mysterious forces acting on a large scale. Both manga disrespect plot armor: loved characters *will* be lost.
Manga: Saikyou Densetsu Kurosawa
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Saikyou Densetsu Kurosawa
Manga: Tokyo Tarareba Musume
...then you might like
Tokyo Tarareba Musume
Someone must be thinking why did I recommend a josei with a seinen manga? Well both of them have "old" MCs, Kurosawa is 40 and something years old and the girls of tokyo tarareba are 33. Both of the stories talk about older people that regret their past, that feel the time passed too fast, and that suddenly had a kind of a snap and decided to change (before it is too late) Besides, both stories have the same feel about them. They are dramatic comedies - you laugh a lot and then cry in the same chapter. They are really depressing, but enganging, and both had me feel the same way after reading (wanting to do stuff and change my life). Both are really inspirational - if you like one, you should try the other.
Manga: Koukou Debut
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Koukou Debut
Manga: Seishun Otome Banchou!
...then you might like
Seishun Otome Banchou!
Both have dense, manly girls with Young Maiden Hearts and introverted, Reasonable Human male leads.
Manga: Triage X
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Triage X
Manga: Trash.
...then you might like
Trash.
Both are nice violent Girls with Guns manga with somewhat thin plots but great action with some differences; Triage X features characters blowing people's heads off for justice, Trash features characters blowing people's heads off for often no reason at all. There is lots of nudity and blood in both of these, but Trash has more gore in it.
Manga: Umineko no Naku Koro ni - Episode 1: Legend of the Golden Witch
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Umineko no Naku Koro ni - Episode 1: Legend of the Golden Witch
Manga: L∞p
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L∞p
Protagonist gets stuck in a time loop involving a murder and has to figure out how to break out of this loop.
Manga: Shokugeki no Souma
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Shokugeki no Souma
Manga: Dungeon Meshi
...then you might like
Dungeon Meshi
Manga about preparing delicious food with highly detailed ways of preparing such food. Both include some kind of fighting included in the cooking process. While Shokugeki no Souma has cooking competitions, Dungeon Meshi has fighting monsters to gather the ingredients (usually from corpses of those monsters).
Manga: Umineko no Naku Koro ni - Episode 1: Legend of the Golden Witch
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Umineko no Naku Koro ni - Episode 1: Legend of the Golden Witch
Manga: Steins;Gate
...then you might like
Steins;Gate
Protagonist gets stuck in a situation where he has to witness his close ones get harmed and die and has to figure out a way how to stop it. Both protagonists are highly intelligent.
Manga: Mujihi na Otoko
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Mujihi na Otoko
Manga: Gentei Kareshi
...then you might like
Gentei Kareshi
These manga both take place in a college setting. But, what really makes them similar, in my opinion,is the bespectacled beauty that has had a turbulent past. Mitsui and Nanao Shirahane each try to act tough to protect themselves from getting hurt in romantic relationships.
Manga: Hourou Musuko
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Hourou Musuko
Manga: Hanayome wa Motodanshi.
...then you might like
Hanayome wa Motodanshi.
Both manga are about transgender characters and treat them realistically and take their topic seriously. They are both very good, although Wandering Son has a more serious tone and The Bride Was a Boy has more humor and funny scenes. The Bride Was a Boy is also autobiographic.
Manga: Hanayome wa Motodanshi.
If you liked
Hanayome wa Motodanshi.
Manga: Shimanami Tasogare
...then you might like
Shimanami Tasogare
Both manga are very humanizing and realistic LGBT manga that deal with well-known issues and lives from LGBT people. Also, both are informative and Shimanami Tasogare also stares a transgender character.
Manga: Hinamatsuri
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Hinamatsuri
Manga: Gokushufudou
...then you might like
Gokushufudou
One of the main characters in Hinamatsuri is also a mafia member that is pretty "housewifey" type, doing chores et cetera. Both manga use over exaggerated facial expressions for comedy, and the style of humor feels little bit similar. Though Hinamatsuri is more slice of life comedy with wider array of characters and less focused on the mafia aspect, the humor is more about how the characters get into bizarre situations.
Manga: Oyasumi Punpun
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Oyasumi Punpun
Manga: Bokutachi ga Yarimashita
...then you might like
Bokutachi ga Yarimashita
Both stories are dark and tend to give pessimistic (or realistic, depends on how you see them) outlook on human nature. I get similar depressed feeling right after reading any of both. Also, the main characters are all teenager and the chain of events in both manga will prompt them to face their coming of age.
Manga: Shimanami Tasogare
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Shimanami Tasogare
Manga: Sabishisugite Lesbian Fuuzoku ni Ikimashita Report
...then you might like
Sabishisugite Lesbian Fuuzoku ni Ikimashita Report
Both are manga about LGBT people and portray them realistically.
Manga: Hanayome wa Motodanshi.
If you liked
Hanayome wa Motodanshi.
Manga: Sabishisugite Lesbian Fuuzoku ni Ikimashita Report
...then you might like
Sabishisugite Lesbian Fuuzoku ni Ikimashita Report
Both are autobiographical manga from female LGBTs with informations about the topic and comedy.
Manga: Komi-san wa, Comyushou desu.
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Komi-san wa, Comyushou desu.
Manga: Hitomi-chan wa Hitomishiri
...then you might like
Hitomi-chan wa Hitomishiri
Komi-san is about a girl with a communication disorder while Hitomi-chan is about a shy girl. Both series have a male character close with the female lead character, and both girls are shy. Komi and Hitomi are both cute but in different ways. Komi being more beautiful and elegant while Hitomi is cute and innocent,
Manga: Dr. Stone
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Dr. Stone
Manga: Noah's Notes
...then you might like
Noah's Notes
Both uses education as a way of entertainment #BringBackNoahsNotes
Manga: Steins;Gate
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Steins;Gate
Manga: Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu
...then you might like
Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu
In these light novels, the protagonist has to suffer through repetition of situations where their close ones are endangered or even die. The protagonist to find a way to fix the situation. Both involve time travel.
Manga: Black Clover
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Black Clover
Manga: Kokuei no Junk
...then you might like
Kokuei no Junk
In Black Clover the MC possess no magic, while everybody else has magic powers. The MC has still a way to fight and aims to be the best (Magic Emperor). In Kokuei no Junk the MC is a wandless magician, while everyone else is using a wand. Only the MC is wandless and still can use magic. And he aims to be on oft the best, a Paladin.
Manga: Koe no Katachi
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Koe no Katachi
Manga: Hidamari ga Kikoeru
...then you might like
Hidamari ga Kikoeru
Two manga about deaf characters, although the stories develop in different directions.
Manga: Hidamari ga Kikoeru
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Hidamari ga Kikoeru
Manga: Haru no Menuet
...then you might like
Haru no Menuet
Both manga are about deaf characters and homosexual relationships.
Manga: Kilala☆Princess
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Kilala☆Princess
Manga: High School Musical
...then you might like
High School Musical
Manga adaptations of popular American franchises targeted towards young girls.
Manga: Shokugeki no Souma
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Shokugeki no Souma
Manga: Fukushoku Joshi
...then you might like
Fukushoku Joshi
Manga about cooking and eating. The cooking proces is described in high details and might involve some comedy elements.
Manga: Neon Genesis Evangelion
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Neon Genesis Evangelion
Manga: Notes.
...then you might like
Notes.
Humanity faces extinction and nearing apocalypse. Alien entities are attacking Earth. Not as an army, but as a small number of individual entities, each one with different properties, each one spelling doom for Earth if they are not stopped.
Manga: Notes.
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Notes.
Manga: Tsuki no Sango
...then you might like
Tsuki no Sango
Very short novels that show new pieces of nasuverse. They novels excell at creating and presenting a new setting within the limited lenght they have, creating an interesting story. In both, humanity faces some kind of crisis and the novels center on relationship between a lone man and a girl of nonhuman origins.
Manga: Harukaze no Étranger
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Harukaze no Étranger
Manga: Shimanami Tasogare
...then you might like
Shimanami Tasogare
Both manga have different storylines, but they deal with homophobia and the themes of self acceptance in realistic ways and potray their gay characters as people first.
Manga: Hourou Musuko
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Hourou Musuko
Manga: Shimanami Tasogare
...then you might like
Shimanami Tasogare
Both manga are a very good LGBT-representation. While Wandering Son is mainly about transgender, Shimanami Tasogare has more and diverse themes. One of them is transgender as well.
Manga: Shimanami Tasogare
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Shimanami Tasogare
Manga: Ao no Flag
...then you might like
Ao no Flag
Both manga are a very good LGBT-representation that want to be more realistic. They have great art. Shimanami Tasogare is very expressive and meaningful in its art too.
Manga: Smells Like Green Spirit
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Smells Like Green Spirit
Manga: Shimanami Tasogare
...then you might like
Shimanami Tasogare
Both are very good manga with realistic LGBT-people. They are about a gay boy, who struggles with his homosexuality and they show the reactions from his environment.
Manga: Koe no Katachi
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Koe no Katachi
Manga: Haru no Menuet
...then you might like
Haru no Menuet
Both manga are about deaf transfer students, although their themes are shown differently.
Manga: Natsume Yuujinchou
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Natsume Yuujinchou
Manga: Totsukuni no Shoujo
...then you might like
Totsukuni no Shoujo
They are both fantasy manga with similar vibes to them. They are melancholic, bittersweet, calm and beautiful. They are also insightful and have a very similar, strong atmosphere.
Manga: Sasameki Koto
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Sasameki Koto
Manga: Yagate Kimi ni Naru
...then you might like
Yagate Kimi ni Naru
I already compared Bloom Into You to Sweet Blue Flowers and if you like both, you surely will like Whispered Words as well.
Manga: Yagate Kimi ni Naru
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Yagate Kimi ni Naru
Manga: What Does the Fox Say?
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What Does the Fox Say?
Both are Girls Love manga, although What Does The Fox Say is Yuri. Both contain complex relationships and in some way other similarities between the protagonists.
Manga: Kuzu no Honkai
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Kuzu no Honkai
Manga: What Does the Fox Say?
...then you might like
What Does the Fox Say?
Complex relationships between the characters, who seek out for love. Similar tones in some ways. One as a Yuri-drama and the other one with a lesbian main/side character as well.
Manga: Umibe no Onnanoko
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Umibe no Onnanoko
Manga: Kuzu no Honkai
...then you might like
Kuzu no Honkai
Both manga follow teenagers, who try overcoming loneliness and wanting to feel alive and validated with a sexual realtionship.
Manga: Kuzu no Honkai
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Kuzu no Honkai
Manga: Yagate Kimi ni Naru
...then you might like
Yagate Kimi ni Naru
Both are SOL romance-drama with a more realistic tone than some other romances. Both topic is the question what love even is and the complexity of it. Also, Scum's Wish has a lesbian, very realistic character as well. Both manga have characters with a twisted mindset or way of thinking.
Manga: Aoi Hana
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Aoi Hana
Manga: Yagate Kimi ni Naru
...then you might like
Yagate Kimi ni Naru
Both manga are very good Girls Love-SOL-manga with a slow burn romance. You surely might love the other one as well.
Manga: Hourou Musuko
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Hourou Musuko
Manga: Aoi Hana
...then you might like
Aoi Hana
Both manga have LGBT-themes and come from the same mangaka. Both have similar vibes and art styles and are kinda bittersweet SOL drama.
Manga: Aoi Hana
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Aoi Hana
Manga: Sasameki Koto
...then you might like
Sasameki Koto
Fumi and Sumika are very similar in appearance. Both manga are very good Girls Love-SOL-manga, which are serious on their topics. They have a similar pacing, art style and vibes to them.
Manga: Ningen Shikkaku
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Ningen Shikkaku
Manga: Henshin
...then you might like
Henshin
I never quite thought I would relate ShindoL's 'Metamorphosis' as a modern day fable warning against the temptations of "sin" and the path any person's life could take into depravity given the right circumstances. Even the most unlikely individuals could become unrecognisable, as is explored in Furuya's manga adaptation of 'No Longer Human'. As is the nature of such a bold expose of a life descending into a dark, desolate place, 'No Longer Human' presents images of, and deals with feelings that may be difficult for some to read. The moral of the story is cautionary, and is not exemplified by the protagonist; so if you might have been drawn to such a tale, both 'No Longer Human' and 'Metamorphosis' can offer a window into such a bleak human experience.
Manga: Kamisama no Iutoori
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Kamisama no Iutoori
Manga: Darwin's Game
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Darwin's Game
yo yo you like cool dudes and fortnite. then you'll love this manga 'cause they both revolve around deadly survival games
Manga: Namaikizakari.
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Namaikizakari.
Manga: Kakao 79%
...then you might like
Kakao 79%
Very different stories - Namaikizakari is much more traditional shoujo but with a surprisingly mature bent, while Kakao is roughly half dedicated to discussions of the motivations of friendship and bullying, but oh my GOD if you're here for the "pushy and kinda mean but surprisingly perceptive and sentimental prettyboy" X "responsible girl who wants to get better at connecting with people and who has an absurdly meltingly tsundere side" for the love of CHRIST pick both up now. Perfect executions. Kakao is more heartfelt and has more to say, but Namaikizakari is unexpectedly close behind for what it is.
Manga: Re:Monster
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Re:Monster
Manga: Kumo desu ga, Nani ka?
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Kumo desu ga, Nani ka?
Both becomes a monster. Both uses evolution and skill system.
Manga: Love Roma
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Love Roma
Manga: Tonikaku Kawaii
...then you might like
Tonikaku Kawaii
Both stories starts out unusually compared to typical romance manga. This isn't a stories where the end is the start of relationship, but rather it is a story about the relationship...
Manga: Kaichou wa Maid-sama!
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Kaichou wa Maid-sama!
Manga: SP x Baby
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SP x Baby
Both the male lead characters are pretty much flirts and always be following their lovers around like hawks
Manga: Ueki no Housoku
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Ueki no Housoku
Manga: Darwin's Game
...then you might like
Darwin's Game
Darwin's Game is like the modern version of Ueki with alot of darker and gore.
Manga: Ueki no Housoku
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Ueki no Housoku
Manga: Deatte 5-byou de Battle
...then you might like
Deatte 5-byou de Battle
they actually really similar to each other -Ueki is a light/happy manga and Deatte 5-byou is just a little bit darker of Ueki. similarities: -the characters gained unique abilities. -they both have battle/tournament. -MC gain team/trust of others.
Manga: Steins;Gate
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Steins;Gate
Manga: Utsuro no Hako to Zero no Maria
...then you might like
Utsuro no Hako to Zero no Maria
In both light novels, the protagonist has to suffer through repeated situations where their close ones are endangered or even die in attempt to fix it and save them. While Zeroth Maria has time loops, Steins;Gate has time travel.
Manga: GE: Good Ending
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GE: Good Ending
Manga: Domestic na Kanojo
...then you might like
Domestic na Kanojo
Both are from the same author nad have the same feel to them, even going with similar problems and plot twists. If you liked one of them you will definately enjoy the other one, though domekano is better in my opinion
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: Dai-1 Shou - Outo no Ichinichi-hen
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Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu: Dai-1 Shou - Outo no Ichinichi-hen
Protagonist is trapped in a time loop and has to experience death of themselves and those around him again and again until they find a way how to fix it.
Manga: Mahoutsukai no Yome
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Mahoutsukai no Yome
Manga: Suijin no Hanayome
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Suijin no Hanayome
In both manga, a young girl starts out as a misfit in society, and because of that she ends up in an unconventional relationship with an ancient, powerful, and awkward being. The female MC is called his "bride" but in both cases the characters do not start out having romantic feelings for one another, and the characters do not have any marital or romantic expectations of each other. That being said, a slow, awkward, and confused romance does begin to grow between the characters as they come to know one another better. The aspect that seems most similar to me is how the male MC in both manga is powerful but pretty clueless about emotions, relationships, and how to fit in with human society. It is through his interactions with the female MC that he becomes interested in learning more about these things, which also sparks a lot of curiosity and introspection as he begins to experience emotions of his own. The main difference between the two is the setting - one has a European setting with Celtic mythology, while the other has a "historical" Japanese setting and mythology.
Manga: GunSmith Cats
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GunSmith Cats
Manga: Triage X
...then you might like
Triage X
Both series concentrate on gun action and are relatively realistic without any magic nonsense. Both series' art style put a lot of emphasis and detail into weapons, cars and women, so if you are a fan on those things then give it a read.
Manga: Pita-Ten
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Pita-Ten
Manga: Biotop
...then you might like
Biotop
Biotop and Pita-Ten are two manga series about an angel from Heaven coming to Earth with a task to make people happy. Both feature comedic and slice of life situations (Pita-Ten is longer, a bit longer and darker, and has a central plot though), as well as some nice art.
Manga: Lucky☆Star
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Lucky☆Star
Manga: Biotop
...then you might like
Biotop
Biotop and Lucky Star are two 4-panel manga featuring comedic situations between 3-4 characters, with the main character being both a bit lazy and a bit cynical (as in she pokes fun of the other characters a lot). Both manga also feature the characters interacting with current tech (stuff like phones and cameras in Biotop, while there's a lot of game references in Lucky Star).
Manga: Birdmen
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Birdmen
Manga: Kemono Jihen
...then you might like
Kemono Jihen
Both have great artstyles and story. I especially love the paneling in both of them! And the way each author colours covers is very good. Definitely one of my favourite artstyles in manga. The character designs are also great. Both deal with having magical/spiritual powers, discovering /working with them, and having a kinship that occurs because they are different from normal humans. I rarely recommend mangas that I read but they're both ones that I highly recommend because they're so good. Both hit pretty much every point I like to see in manga. Well written characters, darker themes with a hint of comedy, etc. They're both one of my favourite mangas and definitely both make me extremely excited to see an update!
Manga: Neon Genesis Evangelion: Comic Tribute
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Neon Genesis Evangelion: Comic Tribute
Manga: Silene-chan
...then you might like
Silene-chan
Parodies of famous franchises where previously apocalyptic story gets turned into comedy and sometimes even cute material.
Manga: Barcode Geass: Hanbai no Lelouch
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Barcode Geass: Hanbai no Lelouch
Manga: Silene-chan
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Silene-chan
Short official parodies of famous franchises that change the original serious setting into a slice of life one.
Manga: Silene-chan
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Silene-chan
Manga: Fate/tiger Colosseum Upper
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Fate/tiger Colosseum Upper
Short comedy manga that are official parodies of famous franchises. Comedy is made thanks to a change in the original setting.
Manga: Beck
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Beck
Manga: Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso
...then you might like
Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso
Coming of age stories about relationships, hardships and most importantly music. While the stories themself are different, one thing stays same - even though it's just a comic you can hear the music and feel the atmosphere and energy behind it as it's portrayed in such well-executed and realistic way.
Manga: Fairy Tail
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Fairy Tail
Manga: Black Clover
...then you might like
Black Clover
Loved Fairy Tail and you want more magic-imbued fighting? Then give Black Clover a shot!
Manga: Kamichama Karin
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Kamichama Karin
Manga: Zettai Kakusei Tenshi Mistress☆Fortune
...then you might like
Zettai Kakusei Tenshi Mistress☆Fortune
Mistress Fortune and Kamichama Karin are two magical girl series that feature a girl and a boy working together with their magical powers. The boy can be rude at times, but he is somewhat nice to the main character at the same time, and it is clear that the main character likes him throughout the story. Both have wonderful artwork, too.
Manga: Full Moon wo Sagashite
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Full Moon wo Sagashite
Manga: Zettai Kakusei Tenshi Mistress☆Fortune
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Zettai Kakusei Tenshi Mistress☆Fortune
Mistress Fortune and Full Moon wo Sagashite are two shojo manga series made by Arina Tanemura about a magical girl who can transform (though Full Moon features a magical girl idol instead of a magical girl fighter like in Mistress Fortune). Since they are made by the same author, fans of Tanemura will likely enjoy either one as they have beautiful artwork and some sad parts (Mistress Fortune is shorter in length and more light-hearted though).
Manga: Shugo Chara!
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Shugo Chara!
Manga: Zettai Kakusei Tenshi Mistress☆Fortune
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Zettai Kakusei Tenshi Mistress☆Fortune
Mistress Fortune and Shugo Chara are two magical girl manga series centered around romance, features a magical boy as well as a magical girl, and have similar appeal with beautiful artwork.
Manga: Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunousen
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Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunousen
Manga: Hoankan Evans no Uso: Dead or Love
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Hoankan Evans no Uso: Dead or Love
Both contain two characters who, despite having mutual love for each other, let their pride get in the way of confessing. The two works also both make excellent use of narration (in Kaguya-sama's case, narration is used for dramatic effect, while with Sheriff Evans the narrator acts a omniscient snarky commentator on the actions and thoughts of the characters).
Manga: Eyeshield 21
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Eyeshield 21
Manga: Kaien no Bell de Oyasumi
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Kaien no Bell de Oyasumi
same premise with MCs being weak minded and always getting scared, and both captains finding out the MCs hidden talent and blackmailed them into joining the club where the MCs starts to develop, with great supporting characters and both are school club.
Manga: 7-jikanme no Note
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7-jikanme no Note
Manga: Hitorimi Haduki-san to.
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Hitorimi Haduki-san to.
Cute couples being cute and finding their happily-ever-after, without much drama or ecchi.
Manga: Koe no Katachi
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Koe no Katachi
Manga: Jumyou wo Kaitotte Moratta. Ichinen ni Tsuki, Ichimanen de.
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Jumyou wo Kaitotte Moratta. Ichinen ni Tsuki, Ichimanen de.
Not entirely sure how to describe it, but both series have very similar energy. Both protagonists make mistakes in their youth and try to reconnect with childhood friends. They also both resign themselves to a life of misery only to meet someone that breathes new life into their lives.
Manga: Juuni Kokuki
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Juuni Kokuki
Manga: Akatsuki no Yona
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Akatsuki no Yona
Young girl struggles to navigate through world as a royalty in a fantasy world, having to find allies to help her with both physical defense and political intrications. Both protagonist have to learn how to use sword to help them survive.
Manga: Umineko no Naku Koro ni - Episode 1: Legend of the Golden Witch
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Umineko no Naku Koro ni - Episode 1: Legend of the Golden Witch
Manga: Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu: Dai-1 Shou - Outo no Ichinichi-hen
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Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu: Dai-1 Shou - Outo no Ichinichi-hen
Protagonist is trapped in a despair-inducing time loop and has to figure out how fix stuff to get free. Both manga franchises are separated in multiple parts by arcs which are different time loops at different time.
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
Light novels about a protagonist trapped in a time loop having to experience death of themselves and those around him again and again until they find a way how to fix it.
Manga: D.Gray-man
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D.Gray-man
Manga: Chainsaw Man
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Chainsaw Man
Body-to-weapon modification, light haired more sympathetic MC paired with more aggressive, out for revenge dark haired swordsmen. Uniforms at work and mysterious higher orders. Fluid, beautiful art and action. (the artstyle.. isn't .. that different? Especially late D.Gray-man).
Manga: Bleach
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Bleach
Manga: Chainsaw Man
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Chainsaw Man
Stylish, dynamic action. ~Cool overall vibe and character designs. MC is a dumbass, kinda pathetic but likeable. Focus on cool weapons, demon lore, protecting humans and whatnot.
Manga: Oukoku no Kagi
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Oukoku no Kagi
Manga: Ragtonia
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Ragtonia
Both are short and compact fantasy shojo that don't lose any of their epic fantasy vision from their short length
Manga: Bonnouji
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Bonnouji
Manga: Hatarakanai Futari
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Hatarakanai Futari
Soothing, lighthearted seinen comedies. The premise of both is that a group of friends gets together and does various activities in a room. The dialogues and artstyle are similar too. The difference is that Bonnouji is a romance, while Hatarakanai Futari is not.
Manga: Hirunaka no Ryuusei
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Hirunaka no Ryuusei
Manga: Dramatic Irony
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Dramatic Irony
Both are centered around the main girl that falls in love with her teacher and she is trapped in a love triangle. While HnR is softer and comedic, Dramatic Irony takes the story a bit more serious, with many sad scenes. The art-style is beautiful in both manga. Shishio is similar with Natsuo, but Chihiro's personality is parallel with Mamura's.
Manga: Death Note
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Death Note
Manga: Ginga Eiyuu Densetsu
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Ginga Eiyuu Densetsu
Two highly intelligent protagonists with different views on how the world should be fight each other. Not physically, but with their intellect, through strategy and mind games. In Death Note it's more clear who the bad guy is while in Legend of the Galactic heroes both sides have legitimate arguments and it's more up to the reader to choose which one to support. Then again, some readers choose to support the evil side in Death Note anyway, as he might be wrong but he still has a charisma. Of course in Legend of the Galactic Heroes, both both protagonists from both sides have their unique charisma.
Manga: Isekai Maou to Shoukan Shoujo no Dorei Majutsu
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Isekai Maou to Shoukan Shoujo no Dorei Majutsu
Manga: Maou no Ore ga Dorei Elf wo Yome ni Shitanda ga, Dou Medereba Ii?
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Maou no Ore ga Dorei Elf wo Yome ni Shitanda ga, Dou Medereba Ii?
Both Manga have the leading male character being a demon lord who can't say what they are thinking instead make them look more like a big bad villain. One is from a isekai world while the other is from his personality.
Manga: Boku wa Mari no Naka
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Boku wa Mari no Naka
Manga: Chi no Wadachi
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Chi no Wadachi
- made by same mangaka - same atmosphere - crazy moms - manipulations These will both give you edgy feeling, feel of wanting to stop reading but you just keep on going. And... Seiko looks like a grown-up Mari. XD
Manga: Hatsukoi
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Hatsukoi
Manga: Kimi wa Natsu no Naka
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Kimi wa Natsu no Naka
common points of both manga: - mlm / shounen ai - one guy is popular, the other doesn't have friends - one guy used to crossdress because of their mom, and hated it - the two guys actually met when they were little. Both these meetings were monumental in their lives: it led to the crossdressing guys to find strength to stop crossdressing, and they also fell in love with the other guy because of their meeting.
Manga: Little Sweet Delusion
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Little Sweet Delusion
Manga: Ito Junji no Bishoujo Zankoku Douwa: Shirayukihime-hen
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Ito Junji no Bishoujo Zankoku Douwa: Shirayukihime-hen
One-shots that retell classical fairy tales in with a dark twists.
Manga: Ma no Kakera
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Ma no Kakera
Manga: Kishibe Rohan wa Ugokanai
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Kishibe Rohan wa Ugokanai
Collections of bizarre and sometimes a bit disgusting (from Rohan especially the Mutsukabezaka chapter) stories. Great art, supernatural involment, disturbing atmosphere (in a good way).
Manga: He's dedicated to Roses
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He's dedicated to Roses
Manga: Boy of the Female Wolf
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Boy of the Female Wolf
similar art style "trap" female leads who dress like a boy in order to fight boys fall in love with the disguised female lead jealousy and love triangles in both Prefer Boy of the Female Wolf bc I thought ir went a little more in depth
Manga: Oyasumi Punpun
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Oyasumi Punpun
Manga: Bastard
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Bastard
Soming of life stories of protagonist that might have turned to be absolutely normal if it weren't that his enviroment included some psychically deranged people that had bad influence on the protagonists. Both manga works with the theme of horrors that might be happening in personal lifes of some, hidden to public. Both also have very nice artwork.
Manga: Death Note
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Death Note
Manga: No Game No Life
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No Game No Life
Highly intelligent but maybe slightly irresponsible (understatement, both of those) main characters get into a position of power thanks to involvement of supernatural - a god of games/god of death getting involved in their lives. Both series have multi-layered mind games of protagonists againts difficult foes. While Death Note is very seriouis, No Game No Life is more comedical.
Manga: Mushishi
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Mushishi
Manga: Violet Evergarden
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Violet Evergarden
Protagonist has to travel around because of their occupation which helps various people, and as they do the protagonist also finds out about life stories of those people.
Manga: Magi
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Magi
Manga: Yakusoku no Neverland
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Yakusoku no Neverland
Both feature children exploring hostile environnements Children of both works are trying to uncover the truth about their world and to understand how their present is tied to ancient legends and civilisations
Manga: Onanie Master Kurosawa
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Onanie Master Kurosawa
Manga: Aku no Hana
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Aku no Hana
vewy similar I won't explain why it is but there are a lot of reasons. though onanie isn't realy a romance it does have some parts of, which almost make it one but not realy. if you liked one you shall probably like the other I guarentee it!(though it makes no sense to guarentee this cause it's a probability :p)
Manga: Kino no Tabi: The Beautiful World
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Kino no Tabi: The Beautiful World
Manga: Violet Evergarden
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Violet Evergarden
Young girl travels around the world and interracts with various people, learning their stories and maybe helping them. Both girsl also scarcely shows emotions, have military experience and can defend themselves without a problem, thought their look might suggest otherwise.
Manga: Mushishi
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Mushishi
Manga: Ookami to Koushinryou
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Ookami to Koushinryou
Travelling protagonist visiting various locations of the land, meeting various people and engaging with them, sometimes changing their lives. Also making use of his craft to get around and as a way to sustain his livehood.
Manga: Ookami to Koushinryou
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Ookami to Koushinryou
Manga: Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunousen
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Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunousen
While it might not be the main focus in Spice and Wolf, both series have a couple where both are too stubborn to admit their affection and instead engage with tricks, mind games and world plays with each other, in a cute way.
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