Manga Recommendations

Manga: Ichigo 100%
If you liked
Ichigo 100%
Manga: Nisekoi
...then you might like
Nisekoi
Nisekoi takes every single genre troupe, plot point and plot twist from Ichigo 100%, that you'll be able to predict the outcome of one, by reading the other.
Manga: Gantz
If you liked
Gantz
Manga: Kamisama no Iutoori 2
...then you might like
Kamisama no Iutoori 2
Both of these are dark and have similar feel to them.
They have similar main characters that are weak but grow into leaders.
Manga: Koroshiya 1
If you liked
Koroshiya 1
Manga: Homunculus
...then you might like
Homunculus
nó cùng tác giả..........
Manga: World Teacher: Isekaishiki Kyouiku Agent
If you liked
World Teacher: Isekaishiki Kyouiku Agent
Manga: Shikkakumon no Saikyou Kenja
...then you might like
Shikkakumon no Saikyou Kenja
-Both MCs has been reincarnated while they have their past memories.
-MCs were in the past strong individuals.
-In both stories the MCs strive to improve themselves from where they left of during their past life.
-Both MCs are too strong for their age.
Manga: Hanaotoko
If you liked
Hanaotoko
Manga: Fly, Daddy, Fly
...then you might like
Fly, Daddy, Fly
Both give you a similar feeling of happiness. In fact, they are lovely, short and nice manga to read for fun.

Apart from that, a goal is pursued in them.
Manga: Shimanami Tasogare
If you liked
Shimanami Tasogare
Manga: Sabishisugite Lesbian Fuuzoku ni Ikimashita Report
...then you might like
Sabishisugite Lesbian Fuuzoku ni Ikimashita Report
Both of this series deal with lgbt issues in a different, more mature and relatable way, which lgbt people themselves can feel identified with.
The main difference is that Shimanami tasogare has a much more dramatic atmosphere; whereas My lesbian experince with loneliness is more comedic, which, in my opinion, is for relief, since it deals with very sensitive and heavy topics, and it is an autobiography. Of course, this doesn't mean it shouldn't be taken seriously.
Manga: Skip Beat!
If you liked
Skip Beat!
Manga: Dengeki Daisy
...then you might like
Dengeki Daisy
Although the plots are different, the feeling and characters match up quite nicely.
Both protagonist females are sorda like tsundere's, and they both express lots of different emotions at once.
Here's what I find similar:
- Both female protagonists and lost all of their family. (Except Kyoko [Skip-Beat!] could go back to her mother, but she doesn't want to)
- Both female protagonists have a male-like partner who is tall and handsome. (Teru [Dengeki Daisy] has Kurosaki, and Kyoko [Skip-Beat!] has Ren.]
- They both have two female characters who are mean to them at first. (Teru [Dengeki Daisy] has Rena, and Kyoko [Skip-Beat!] has Kanae)
- They both cut their hair in the beginning of the series.
- They'res always that one character who is super full of themselves. (Akira [Dengeki Daisy], and Sho [Skip-Beat!]).
Manga: Complex
If you liked
Complex
Manga: Paradise View
...then you might like
Paradise View
Before I say anything, this is a sequel. Paradise View and Complex are very similar in their story. Both start their story out from an early age and the story follows the two characters as they mature and age and the ups and downs of life.
Manga: Aria
If you liked
Aria
Manga: Hakumei to Mikochi
...then you might like
Hakumei to Mikochi
Cute professionals doing cute things in fantastic worlds
Manga: Cheese in the Trap Season 1
If you liked
Cheese in the Trap Season 1
Manga: Something About Us
...then you might like
Something About Us
Another good Korean Webtoon (Manhwa)
Although Cheese in the Trap is a lot more on the Psychology/Mystery side "Something About Us" has the same sort of feel just not that deep in the head. I suppose you can use it to away from all the deep thinking you would be doing reading "Cheese int he Trap"
Manga: Bu ni Mi wo Sasagete Hyaku to Yonen. Elf de Yarinaosu Musha Shugyou
If you liked
Bu ni Mi wo Sasagete Hyaku to Yonen. Elf de Yarinaosu Musha Shugyou
Manga: Shikkakumon no Saikyou Kenja
...then you might like
Shikkakumon no Saikyou Kenja
-Both MCs has been reincarnated while they have their past memories. -MCs were in the past the strongest humans alive and went down to history as legendary figures. -In both stories the MCs strive to improve themselves from where they left of during their past life. -Both MCs are too strong for their age.
Manga: Kidou Senshi Gundam: The Origin
If you liked
Kidou Senshi Gundam: The Origin
Manga: Front Mission: Dog Life & Dog Style
...then you might like
Front Mission: Dog Life & Dog Style
Similar political themes and elements incorporated within their stories. Though Front Mission tends to have a lot more mature and graphic content, including sex scenes.
Manga: Koroshiya 1
If you liked
Koroshiya 1
Manga: Inugami
...then you might like
Inugami
Excessive violence with some similar themes. Both also have numbers involved (i.e. Ichi with #1 and the Wolf with #23).
Manga: Area 88
If you liked
Area 88
Manga: Tsubasa
...then you might like
Tsubasa
Manga with military planes.
Manga: Old Home no Haibane-tachi
If you liked
Old Home no Haibane-tachi
Manga: Suiiki
...then you might like
Suiiki
Both are great drama and slice of life that get really emotionnal (for the anime of Haibane more than the manga though).
They are very simple but suceed to bring emotions to the reader.
Manga: Elfen Lied
If you liked
Elfen Lied
Manga: Sora no Otoshimono
...then you might like
Sora no Otoshimono
- Girls belonging to an strange race (Elfen Lied: Diclonious, Sora no Otoshimono: Angeloids) - The protagonist accepts them as they are, regardless of the biological weapons that are for humanity. - The main girl escapes and begins to live with the prota. The other girls will be sent to assassinate her. - These girls were chained and forced to follow orders for fear of dying. - In both series exists the desire of the new world, which is related to the origin of the girls. Also they are important pieces in the evolution of the races. - We have the friend of childhood, who is jealous of the affection of these girls towards the protagonist The girls go beging to know more the world, living with the closest people. But little by little that smile, will be the beginning of their suffering, of being accepted and of their very existence. Unlike Elfen Lied, Sora no Otoshimono, it takes time to reach its dramatic effect, since it can also be enjoyed with good comedy.
Manga: Liar x Liar
If you liked
Liar x Liar
Manga: Kedamono Kareshi
...then you might like
Kedamono Kareshi
Both stories involve a forbidden step-brother and step-sister romance in their own complicated ways. And as you read along, you will venture through obstacles and excitement leading you wanting to read more.
Manga: Get the Moon
If you liked
Get the Moon
Manga: At Home Happy System
...then you might like
At Home Happy System
Both are BL series that focus on one of the characters being a robot, and in both stories the robots are initially presented as commodities rather than people. Get the Moon has a more dramatic atmosphere, while At Home Happy System has a more lighthearted one. However, both have developments related to giving the robot characters their own "humanizing" qualities.
Manga: Shinka no Mi: Shiranai Uchi ni Kachigumi Jinsei
If you liked
Shinka no Mi: Shiranai Uchi ni Kachigumi Jinsei
Manga: Tensei shitara Dragon no Tamago datta: Saikyou Igai Mezasanee
...then you might like
Tensei shitara Dragon no Tamago datta: Saikyou Igai Mezasanee
1) Both main character reincarnated/transported in another world
2) Both works are set in a fantasy world
3) Both novels have rpg features
4) Both main character have almost the similar reaction to everything
5) Both main character can obtain abilities without much effort
Manga: Vampire Knight
If you liked
Vampire Knight
Manga: Midnight Secretary
...then you might like
Midnight Secretary
Both mangas about vampires.
The main characters have family problems.
In both there are clans as well as human-vampire enmity.

Manga: Kareshi Kanojo no Jijou
If you liked
Kareshi Kanojo no Jijou
Manga: Horimiya
...then you might like
Horimiya
Both stories go AFTER being a couple (a rarity!) and are more than what the premise actually is on the outside. Horimiya and Kare Kano both explore the dynamics of relationships on any related topic ranging from talking out misunderstandings to fetishes—and it's sad, though, that we only get to see a few stories that are like these. Kare Kano is like a pioneer of this kind of approach to the romance genre—and can be as psychologically charged as compared to other manga out there, and Horimiya modernizes what Kare Kano started on in a less preachy or shoujo-like manner.
Manga: Satougashi no Dangan wa Uchinukenai: A Lollypop or A Bullet
If you liked
Satougashi no Dangan wa Uchinukenai: A Lollypop or A Bullet
Manga: Kamisama ga Uso wo Tsuku.
...then you might like
Kamisama ga Uso wo Tsuku.
The two of them are short stories about a kid that gets to know a classmate who is trying to hide their family issues. Both mangas show how that classmate changes the kid's life and they deal with bad parenting, coming out of age, and death.
Manga: Hitoribocchi no Chikyuu Shinryaku
If you liked
Hitoribocchi no Chikyuu Shinryaku
Manga: Oni-Deka!
...then you might like
Oni-Deka!
Aliens and really cute art with fluffy light hearted romance feels.
Manga: Ichigo Mashimaro
If you liked
Ichigo Mashimaro
Manga: Mitsuboshi Colors
...then you might like
Mitsuboshi Colors
kids doing have fun spent her time with hillarious comedy
Manga: Tomo-chan wa Onnanoko!
If you liked
Tomo-chan wa Onnanoko!
Manga: Amano Megumi wa Sukidarake!
...then you might like
Amano Megumi wa Sukidarake!
Both manga feature an athletic and tom-boyish female lead, with a crush on a dense childhood friend who often denies, but still shows hints of returning their affection.
Manga: Bokura wa Minna Kawaisou
If you liked
Bokura wa Minna Kawaisou
Manga: Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun
...then you might like
Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun
If you really liked any of these two mangas then I assure you that you will also enjoy the other. Both of these are RomCom and are set in a high school setting. They feature all sorts of different and fun characters but focus on the 2 main characters which have a thing for each other. At the start of each manga, the main characters struggle to get their "senpai", (but not really a senpai.. do you get what i mean?) if you will, but later their relationship with that person gets deeper and blossoms into romance but so far that is only applicable for bokura wa minna kawaisou, for gekkan they are still a work in progress hehe
Manga: Tenshi Nanka ja Nai
If you liked
Tenshi Nanka ja Nai
Manga: Crazy for You
...then you might like
Crazy for You
Both of them are about girl's​ who are fall in love with boy's first ... Both male leads background kinda similar ...& Main character's​ have bunch of friends to cheer them up ...
I think the atmosphere in both manga is too much alike ...
Manga: Skip Beat!
If you liked
Skip Beat!
Manga: Cat Street
...then you might like
Cat Street
Both of these manga's star a main actor and their struggles and progresses in the world of acting. Both main characters are refreshing, honest to a fault, a little naive, and kind to the bone. They both have something in their past that cripples them emotionally and both manga's are their stories working past them. While Cat Street is much much shorter and less developed, it is still a heartwarming tale worth a read. Skip Beat is objectively well written, I don't need to say much about it other than that it's a manga every shoujou manga fan needs to read at least once in their life.
Manga: Crazy Girl
If you liked
Crazy Girl
Manga: Yuki no Project
...then you might like
Yuki no Project
Both mangas are cute shoujo romances about girls who play tennis. They are both kinda short, and the art style is a bit similar.
If you liked one of them, I'm pretty sure you'll like the other. :)
Manga: Versailles no Bara
If you liked
Versailles no Bara
Manga: Innocent Rouge
...then you might like
Innocent Rouge
Both take place in the same period, and depict ultimately the same events. Innocent Rouge is heavily influenced by Rose of Versailles in more than just the setting, and half of the story is essentially a darker, more modern-styled rewrite of RoV. The rest is executions.
Manga: Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou
If you liked
Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou
Manga: Ayakashi Ko
...then you might like
Ayakashi Ko
Ayakashi Ko is a slow paced slice of life manga about a bunch of cute ayakashi/supernatural/monster girls.

Monster Musume is a pretty extreme ecchi manga about a bunch of monster girls.

Both are about a bunch of cute monster/supernatural girls.

Manga: Riko to Haru to Onsen to Iruka
If you liked
Riko to Haru to Onsen to Iruka
Manga: Ayakashi Ko
...then you might like
Ayakashi Ko
By the same author, both about the daily life of a bunch of (really) cute girls.
Manga: Demi-chan wa Kataritai
If you liked
Demi-chan wa Kataritai
Manga: Ayakashi Ko
...then you might like
Ayakashi Ko
Daily life of a bunch of cute supernatural girls (vampire, snow woman, fox girl, cat girl).
Manga: Beck
If you liked
Beck
Manga: Uchuu Kyoudai
...then you might like
Uchuu Kyoudai
Both have a pretty similar art style, even though they're not written by the same mangaka. Not to mention, I feel like these are the only slices-of-life where I care about more than 10% of the characters, as harsh as it sounds.
Manga: Blame!
If you liked
Blame!
Manga: Innocent
...then you might like
Innocent
I mentioned in my last recommendation regarding Innocent and Holyland was how those two manga took into the perspectives of the characters. Well, Blame does just that, but it takes it a step further by actually focusing more on the art and panels at hand. And it's not just the perspectives of the characters that make you think, but also the perspectives of the drawing. You could spend a lot of time looking at how one certain panel is drawn; sometimes, you can't really tell from up and down in Blame just as how you can't tell what's real and not real in Innocent...
Manga: Rurouni Kenshin: Meiji Kenkaku Romantan
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Rurouni Kenshin: Meiji Kenkaku Romantan
Manga: Blade of the Immortal
...then you might like
Blade of the Immortal
Revenge and repentance. That's what these two share in common. Not to mention, their western influence judging by their art. Rurouni Kenshin's sharp lines give it an X-Men feel, as well as some of the designs. Blade of the Immortal takes some cues from Berserk (i.e. Manji and Guts) and Frank Miller a la Sin City (He also did Ronin!).

In terms of plot and characterization, both are set in similar time periods, yet, they have a century gap between them (BoTI in 18th and RuroKen 19th). Not to mention, these two were set in the term Japan was opening up to the rest of the world. Manji and Kenshin are also practicing similar goals in order to live their lives the way they want.
Manga: Holyland
If you liked
Holyland
Manga: Innocent
...then you might like
Innocent
Both manga take into account of specific annotations from certain subjects such as physiology and both protagonists fight to protect their ideals (Charles to lead a execution-free world/France and Yuu Kamishiro to protect his "Holyland"). Sometimes they may draw scenes in the perspective of the characters (for example, in one scene, a character may depict his/her family as pigs eating like...well...pigs and in another scene, an heir might see his plate with nothing but a fly. It's details like these that make you feel like you're reading something more than just a manga).
Manga: Zipang
If you liked
Zipang
Manga: Kuro Kishi Monogatari
...then you might like
Kuro Kishi Monogatari
A hard find in today's world regarding WWII manga, in which these two may possibly be the only [good] manga that have been scanned. However, while these two are similar, they are also completely different.

Zipang has a more worldly feel and there are many, many characters that get development and involves the Pacific Theater while Kuro Kishi Monogatari involves the Atlantic Theater. Kuro Kishi Monogatari also has a more western-feel to it in terms of art, story, and characterization. There are even comic book sound effects like you'll see when reading American comic books and you'll ask yourself whether or not you're reading a comic book or a manga. Zipang, on the other hand, has a more eastern feel and tends to be smoother on the eyes, but many of the details are kept to retain the gritty, grandiose feel of WWII.
Manga: JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 4: Diamond wa Kudakenai
If you liked
JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 4: Diamond wa Kudakenai
Manga: Kamen Rider Spirits
...then you might like
Kamen Rider Spirits
It surprises me how many people aren't reading Kamen Rider Spirits. The Kamen Rider is AMAZING and has SUPERB ART. While these two aren't invariably similar in terms of overall plot (JoJo is overarching with many plots ranging from Vampires to Serial Killers to Gangs to Prisons to Horse Races to Rock people; Kamen Rider is mainly about fighting monsters) the two share a formulaic monster-of-the-week plot that continues to build up in fantastic ways. Not to mention, these two tend to have multiple titular protagonists, even in one particular series or part. If you enjoy reading manga with an Western comic book-esque feel, as well as over-the-top crazy stuff going on, give these, especially Kamen Rider, a go. You will not regret it.
Manga: Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun
If you liked
Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun
Manga: Hirunaka no Ryuusei
...then you might like
Hirunaka no Ryuusei
Both have a love triangle consuming of socially awkward kids
Manga: Namaikizakari.
If you liked
Namaikizakari.
Manga: Harumatsu Bokura
...then you might like
Harumatsu Bokura
basketball and school life related, slow pace story line, good artwork - good looking MCs, triangle love.
Manga: High School DxD
If you liked
High School DxD
Manga: Seireitsukai no Blade Dance
...then you might like
Seireitsukai no Blade Dance
A lot of the writing style is very similar, and both are ecchi and harem. Sure, High School DxD has much more, but these two both have overpowered (hopefully not a spoiler) main characters who start out weak, have many (what I like to call) special moves. The course of battle and the action are similar, with many twists and turns, and wonderful illustrations. These series are both long (16 light novels for Seireitsukai and 22 for High School DxD) and are both still in the writings. Each have well developed characters, as well as plenty of world-building (so much it's scary, but not boring). By the end of each of the series (books that have already been written) you will know plenty of characters with diverse personalities, and each character gets stronger. They all fight in teams, so plenty of clever teamwork battles and tricks that will keep you entertained, and each team is trying to achieve what they want through fighting.
Manga: Shinka no Mi: Shiranai Uchi ni Kachigumi Jinsei
If you liked
Shinka no Mi: Shiranai Uchi ni Kachigumi Jinsei
Manga: Tensei shitara Ken deshita
...then you might like
Tensei shitara Ken deshita
1) Both main character was transported/reincarned to another world
2) Both story are set in a fantasy world
3) Both main character can steal abilities
4) Both works have rpg features
5) Both main character are very powerful
6) Both main character can listen the "Voice of the world" when they evolved
Manga: Black Lagoon
If you liked
Black Lagoon
Manga: Gunnm: Kasei Senki
...then you might like
Gunnm: Kasei Senki
the Main Characters are Similar both are so badass
Manga: Unbalance x3
If you liked
Unbalance x3
Manga: Amentia
...then you might like
Amentia
- Serialized from Comic GT
- Has a sister and brother trope
- Story develops and unfolds through their daily interactions
- Has sisters who are well-endowed in terms of their bodily figure.
- Conflicts revolving around their relationship with one another.
Manga: Saezuru Tori wa Habatakanai
If you liked
Saezuru Tori wa Habatakanai
Manga: YataMomo
...then you might like
YataMomo
The stories and settings are nothing alike but the uke main characters in both start out as self-loathing men who will sell or trade their body to anyone for anything, but who, over time, grow to treasure themselves and the person they love. Both made me cry.
Manga: Sakura-gari
If you liked
Sakura-gari
Manga: Yuuutsu na Asa
...then you might like
Yuuutsu na Asa
Both are early 1900s period pieces that share themes of rape, political intrigue (though this is much more of a focus in Yuuustu na As), and hatred of family. These are dark, twisted, mature, not really happy stories. But both kept me engaged and turning the pages even if I didn't feel real great while doing so.
Manga: Pretty Face
If you liked
Pretty Face
Manga: Harapeko no Marie
...then you might like
Harapeko no Marie
Have a similar genre, but the Hungry Marie is more to supernatural
Manga: Mononoke◇Sharing
If you liked
Mononoke◇Sharing
Manga: Ayakashi Ko
...then you might like
Ayakashi Ko
Both mangas are a story about a human girl living with a bunch of yokai(ayakashi in ayakashi ko) in a house. They are centered around the character interactions and how the main character deals with her supernatural friends.
Manga: Tanaka-kun wa Itsumo Kedaruge
If you liked
Tanaka-kun wa Itsumo Kedaruge
Manga: Aharen-san wa Hakarenai
...then you might like
Aharen-san wa Hakarenai
The main characters are pretty much Tanaka and Oota
Well... if Tanaka was a girl and they had a romantic relationship
Manga: Ran to Haiiro no Sekai
If you liked
Ran to Haiiro no Sekai
Manga: Mahoutsukai no Yome
...then you might like
Mahoutsukai no Yome
Similar Atmosphere, deal with witches, fairies, magic, fantasy world, and many just like that., and
Have a heartwarming romane
Manga: Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
If you liked
Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
Manga: World Teacher: Isekaishiki Kyouiku Agent
...then you might like
World Teacher: Isekaishiki Kyouiku Agent
1) Both mc was killed in his previous life (and not by a truck)
2) Both main character reincarned in another world
3) Both story are set in a fantasy world
4) Both main character are very stronger
5) Both main character have much followers that follow him because they saved them
6) Both main character have a high influence in the society of that world
Manga: Kyoudai hodo Chikaku Tooimono wa Nai
If you liked
Kyoudai hodo Chikaku Tooimono wa Nai
Manga: Futaba-san Chi no Kyoudai
...then you might like
Futaba-san Chi no Kyoudai
Incest. The older sister (onee-chan) who obsessed (like?love?) with her litle brother.
Manga: Prison School
If you liked
Prison School
Manga: Grand Blue
...then you might like
Grand Blue
Grand Blue is basically a less raunchy version of Prison School. Both manga share the same comedic style and ridiculous humor; the use of exaggerated and over the top reactions, dialogues, and facial expressions in a wide variety of situations. Yet despite having no similarity in the storyline and setting, the two showcase the male camaraderie and bonds among the cast with a little hint of romance here and there. The art work of both manga also have the similar style and vibe-- clean, proportional, and detailed for the most part. I highly recommend these two especially if you're a comedy manga enthusiast.
Manga: The Summit
If you liked
The Summit
Manga: Totally Captivated
...then you might like
Totally Captivated
The personality of the semes is similar. Both are possessive, have bad tempers, are cool and badass, and at times, very funny. The ukes share some traits as well. Both are stubborn, childlike, and tricksy, while also emotionally scarred and unwilling to be honest about their feelings. These manga also share a dark, snarky, sardonic sense of humor that is laugh-out-loud funny.
Manga: Olimpos
If you liked
Olimpos
Manga: Itihasa
...then you might like
Itihasa
While Ithihasa is an adventure manga and Olimpos is a conversation-driven manga. They're both based on some existentialist motifs using metaphysics, without being pretentious —they're both a light read.
Manga: Akira
If you liked
Akira
Manga: Doumu
...then you might like
Doumu
Telekinesis asa plot point, same author
Manga: Fujiyama-san wa Shishunki
If you liked
Fujiyama-san wa Shishunki
Manga: Kanojo wa Rokurokubi
...then you might like
Kanojo wa Rokurokubi
Similar relationship.
Manga: Rin-chan Now
If you liked
Rin-chan Now
Manga: Mikubon
...then you might like
Mikubon
Vocaloid gag manga both with Rin and other Vocaloids.
Manga: Maker Hikoushiki Hatsune Mix
If you liked
Maker Hikoushiki Hatsune Mix
Manga: Rin-chan Now
...then you might like
Rin-chan Now
Both vocaloid gag manga with similar senses of humour.
Manga: xxxHOLiC
If you liked
xxxHOLiC
Manga: Petshop of Horrors
...then you might like
Petshop of Horrors
Both Yuuko and Count D keep a shop filled with things that could be considered extraordinary. The stories are mostly contained within one chapter, but add to the characters and will occasionally extend beyond a single chapter. Beyond that, these stories oftentimes will have some kind of cautionary tale included, and heavily focus on the human nature.
Manga: Chrno Crusade
If you liked
Chrno Crusade
Manga: Kubera
...then you might like
Kubera
girls who have to cross their road with demons, bear with the past and try to survive it.. they have a lot in common and not only their hairstyle!
Manga: Nisekoi
If you liked
Nisekoi
Manga: Bokutachi wa Benkyou ga Dekinai
...then you might like
Bokutachi wa Benkyou ga Dekinai
They both are about a boy that have three girls have feelings with a boy. The personality is similar too: a girl that have a restaurant shop and a rich girl-
Manga: Doushitemo Furetakunai
If you liked
Doushitemo Furetakunai
Manga: Canis Series
...then you might like
Canis Series
Both of these are slice-of-life stories that follow the development of a relationship. The progression of the relationship is what drives the story and the moment of realization for the party in denial brought tears to my eyes in both cases. The characters are relatable and endearing. The adult setting (meaning, not a high school setting) was refreshing. The men are men, no blushing maidens, and not necessarily typical of their roles. If you want a sweet story that will make you smile and cry at the same time .... This is the one.
Manga: Oresama Teacher
If you liked
Oresama Teacher
Manga: Ashita wa Docchi da!
...then you might like
Ashita wa Docchi da!
MC have similar personalities and are strong/gang involvement because of the childhood next door neighbours whom they are in love with. The tone of the manga and silly side stories really give these manga the same feel too. The big differences being A. Oresama teacher is much longer and more complete and B. The MC is a boyish girl rather than a guy who is unsuccessfully trying to make her debut as a feminine beauty so it's like reversed.
Manga: Fruits Basket
If you liked
Fruits Basket
Manga: Hana to Akuma
...then you might like
Hana to Akuma
I found the female protagonist similar to one another in both the manga's wherein they are in the center of the plot being a human dealing with issues in beasts and in this case devils world. Even though Female leads are optimistic, simple, and delicate - they are able to help and associate with the other world. Additionally they fall in love with the other species and are determined to stay together forever.
Manga: Gokukoku no Brynhildr
If you liked
Gokukoku no Brynhildr
Manga: Pupa
...then you might like
Pupa
this manga is similliar in few ways but i cant say pupa is good.
Manga: Hanaotoko
If you liked
Hanaotoko
Manga: Ping Pong
...then you might like
Ping Pong
any1 want to be my friend? these are about sports btw.
Manga: Shamo
If you liked
Shamo
Manga: Hinomaruzumou
...then you might like
Hinomaruzumou
zumou is essentially a shonen version of (seinen) shamo. while zumou is a lot less edgy, both have very visceral fight scenes, cool looking art, and similar subject matter, sumo and martial arts. shamo is a lot less of a sports anime but it does feel like a natural transition going from zumou to shamo
Manga: Re:Monster
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Re:Monster
Manga: Yondome wa Iya na Shizokusei Majutsushi
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Yondome wa Iya na Shizokusei Majutsushi
MC who get's killed and reincarnated as monster in fantasy world - checked. Re: Monster does not have this much tragedy though.
Manga: GTO
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GTO
Manga: Rookies
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Rookies
Both have a teacher as the protagonist and show the different relationships between them and their students, although Rookies is more focused on baseball and GTO in school life.
Manga: Shouwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu
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Shouwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu
Manga: Gekiga Yose: Shibahama
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Gekiga Yose: Shibahama
Both of these manga deal with the Japanese art of rakugo. One is about rakugo stories, and the other is about rakugoka. Reading Showa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu may make you interested in the rakugo stories, and reading Gekiga Yose may make you interested in reading about the methods in which the stories were originally portrayed.
Manga: Tsurezure Children
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Tsurezure Children
Manga: Boku wa Ohimesama ni Narenai
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Boku wa Ohimesama ni Narenai
This goes without warning that Ohimesama and Tsurezure Children have the same feel and art style—yet it is not to say that these two are carbon copies of each other, but it also is not to say that these two are far more different.

In tone, the mangaka Wakabayashi Toshiya retains the sense of humor that's been ever present in his works, gently tugging on heartstrings with these interesting and likable characters.

The only real difference between the two is that Ohimesama has sadly wrapped up, and that it doesn't really go as far as Tsurezure Children is currently exploring. Which is why this is a wholesome recommendation, as reading Boku wa Ohimesama makes you feel like you're viewing additional characters from Tsurezure Children, and reading Tsurezure Children will give you that warm fuzzy feeling all over again!
Manga: Kaichou wa Maid-sama!
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Kaichou wa Maid-sama!
Manga: Dengeki Daisy
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Dengeki Daisy
Both manga's have great humor and good romance. Female protagonist's are both hard working students who dont back down from challenge, while both male protagonist's are overly perferct and protective.
Manga: Hourou Musuko
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Hourou Musuko
Manga: Shounen Note
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Shounen Note
they both go through pubescent changes and problems with that, also the topic of being transgender. if you liked this, youll prolly like hourou musuko
Manga: Shounen Note
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Shounen Note
Manga: Shimanami Tasogare
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Shimanami Tasogare
similiar art styles, and both stories of finding themselves
Manga: Kanata kara
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Kanata kara
Manga: Kubera
...then you might like
Kubera
kubera still going on and lack of romance (for the moment), people jokes a little more and the main carater is strong phisically. I recommend to read both of them to fill the gap the stories give you, when expeting something that don't happen (even if I think Kanata Kara is somehow perfect), monsters, humans and power, another word to discover!
Manga: Hokuto no Ken
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Hokuto no Ken
Manga: One Punch-Man
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One Punch-Man
Both series are about an extremely overpowered main character and most of the situations in these stories revolve about the MC dealing with much weaker enemies, usually defeating them in one hit. Both series eventually reach a point where they can't one-shot everything anymore, but for the most part Saitama and Kenshiro are never really in danger. The biggest difference between these two is, that Hokuto takes itself dead serious, while OPM actually makes fun of mangas like Hokuto or Dragon Ball and only occasionally gets serious.
Manga: Kuchizuke wa Uso no Aji
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Kuchizuke wa Uso no Aji
Manga: Ibitsu na Koi no Seesaw Game
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Ibitsu na Koi no Seesaw Game
Both have power bottom ukes and they steal from and take advantage of their semes. The ukes each have their own mysterious pasts that are unknown to their partner and the feelings they have for the semes are unclear from the start. I recommend to read both to truly see how similar the two are to each other because, story wise, they are alike in many aspects.
Manga: Tokyo Crazy Paradise
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Tokyo Crazy Paradise
Manga: Hana no Kishi
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Hana no Kishi
Both the mangas deals with females posing as males who save the day by kicking asses of bad guys and protecting their master.
Manga: Mojo-kai no I-do-la na Nichijou
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Mojo-kai no I-do-la na Nichijou
Manga: Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu
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Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu
The protagonist of these series are similar in situations, save the one their loved and never give up while trying their best.



If you enjoy time traveling and mystery try this one out.
Manga: Tetsugaku Letra
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Tetsugaku Letra
Manga: Kodomo wa Wakatte Agenai
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Kodomo wa Wakatte Agenai
Coming of age stories about high school students with subtle romance and quirky characters.
Manga: 07-Ghost
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07-Ghost
Manga: Mahoutsukai no Neko
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Mahoutsukai no Neko
The MC becomes a "pet" of a high ranking individual (Death God in 07-Ghost, King in MnN), magic and stuff, and both MCs have a secret side to them.

Also the endings are pretty much the exact same
Manga: Finder Series
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Finder Series
Manga: Totally Captivated
...then you might like
Totally Captivated
Yakuza is a theme in both though far more prevalent in TC. The art style is very similar. The ukes in both could be brothers, they look so similar. Their personalities are somewhat alike as well. Both are strong-willed, independent, and don't really stay down and defeated for long. They're refreshing ukes because they're neither "blushing ukes" nor tsunderes. The semes share some traits as well. Both are high level yakuza men; both are pretty brutal during sex; both are very possessive. Few plots can compare to TC's depth and intensity but the Finder series doesn't do too badly at giving the reader a fun ride.
Manga: Totally Captivated
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Totally Captivated
Manga: Yondaime Ooyamato Tatsuyuki
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Yondaime Ooyamato Tatsuyuki
Both share a theme of the yakuza, and both have dark characters struggling with dark pasts. One thing that I liked about both series was the lack of "blushing ukes," if you know what I mean. The uke in TC was very strong willed and independent. The uke in YOT is a uke in position only. Otherwise, he actually has more personality traits of a typical seme than a uke. I like the strong "maleness" of the uke and the seme in both series. They're both very romantic stories when it comes down to it. Yea, they're dark and twisted but also romantic. The little things the characters do for each other to show their love are really touching. I liked how in both series, the characters weren't perfect, didn't behave as expected, but made steps toward personal growth. Not many manga can elicit an actual emotional response from me and both of these did. I laughed out loud; I cried. Both were very enjoyable reads.
Manga: Shokugeki no Souma
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Shokugeki no Souma
Manga: Kakegurui
...then you might like
Kakegurui
Betting your lives at stake? That could gotten worst on such a simple but epic battle

Sure enough whether gambling/cooking could tense your pure excitement and be taken within all your glory by winning without turning back to your opponent

Also had the same vibes as he/she got transfer in a not so elite school.

some set of rules are taken also by the elite of the student council

Expelled/Failed = Become a slave or a Housepet


Manga: Tsurebito
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Tsurebito
Manga: Kagen no Tsuki
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Kagen no Tsuki
Similar thrilling atmosphere. Both have a story about love that is separated by death, and the connection between the living world and the death.
Manga: Tsurebito
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Tsurebito
Manga: Happy Ending de Hajime You
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Happy Ending de Hajime You
Though the atmosphere is different, both stories talk about life after death.
Manga: xxxHOLiC
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xxxHOLiC
Manga: Tsurebito
...then you might like
Tsurebito
Although the stories itself are not similar, I find that the message of Tsurebito is similar to some of the messages in xxxHolic: the value of life, the grief of death, and the importance of the emotional connection between people.
Manga: Kanashi no Homura - Yume Maboroshi no Gotoku
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Kanashi no Homura - Yume Maboroshi no Gotoku
Manga: Geten no Hana
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Geten no Hana
These are historical manga who are about the Era of Samurai in Japan, having characters that have the same names as the real historical figures.
Both have a very beautiful artwork and are a fast read. If you enjoy historical romance than you should give these a try.
Manga: Yotsuba to!
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Yotsuba to!
Manga: Kyou, Curry!
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Kyou, Curry!
Both feature young girls with an indefatigable spirit for curiosity and happiness, unstoppable in their pursuit for a brighter day. Beneath the veneer of boring every day life, both aspire and succeed in capturing a deeply optimistic and poignantly humanistic understanding of humanity. Delicate and romantic, these manga are not meant to be read, but experienced in all of their delightful simplicity.
Manga: Re:Monster
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Re:Monster
Manga: Tsuki ga Michibiku Isekai Douchuu
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Tsuki ga Michibiku Isekai Douchuu
Both Focus on making an army of monsters (kinda in this case) and both MCs are treaded by humans as a monster.
Manga: Detective Conan
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Detective Conan
Manga: Kako to Nise Tantei
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Kako to Nise Tantei
An alternate take on detective conan.
The mc is what conan would be if he could see spirits and had his family life ruined by the criminal organizations and police jealousy.
Manga: Golden Days
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Golden Days
Manga: Namidaame to Serenade
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Namidaame to Serenade
The protagonist travels back in time to the Taisho era and is mistaken for a great grandparent. They fall in love with someone from the time period who thinks they are their ancestor. There are violins and lots of flower backgrounds. There is a similar feeling at the beginning of melancholy covered up by slice of life type comedy.
Manga: Handmade no Ouji-sama
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Handmade no Ouji-sama
Manga: Sekine-kun no Koi
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Sekine-kun no Koi
In these two josei, the protagonist, an serious seeming office worker, falls for a cheerful crafts teacher. There are similar themes of improving oneself through learning a craft.
Manga: Koushaku Reijou no Tashinami
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Koushaku Reijou no Tashinami
Manga: Michi Hate no Mukou no Hikari
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Michi Hate no Mukou no Hikari
If you enjoy LN's with gorgeous artwork and alternative universe, then this is for you. In the Light Beyond Road's End, the heroine is reincarnated into the body of a saint (the most powerful being in the kingdom) while in Common Sense of a Duke's Daughter, the heroine reincarnates in a noble lady from an otome game. These series have actually a similar plot: - Both heroines are living as someone else that had a lot of haters and was considered to be really a "bad person". They struggle to change their behavior and be different from the person they reincarnated into. - In their past self, both heroines had an accident that was hinted that was fatal and that's why they went into another body. The surprising factor is that LBRE focus more on romance/reverse harem than CSoaDD, even though the latter was supposed to be an "otome game" it strongly deviates from it and becomes a story which is heavily influenced by politics and friendship with a strong, intelligent heroine that doesn´t really care about romance.
Manga: Misumisou
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Misumisou
Manga: Henshin
...then you might like
Henshin
Loved both series and had a very similar feeling while reading; the best description would be "a downward spiral". Henshin (Emergence) starts with the same theme as Misumisou, yet the outcome is portrayed in a completely different way. The scenario is more realistic and less exaggerated in Henshin, although slightly less serious compared to deadly serious Misumisou. Very heartwrecking and a story you will most probably think about for a longer time if Misumisou had that effect on you as well.
Manga: Tonari no Koigataki: Wagamama Icchan Yowamushi Hiro-kun
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Tonari no Koigataki: Wagamama Icchan Yowamushi Hiro-kun
Manga: Orange
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Orange
It's like Orange except without the time travel and suicide.
Manga: Berserk
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Berserk
Manga: Vinland Saga
...then you might like
Vinland Saga
Both mangas are extremly violent and are set in a historical time period, known for being dark and brutal. They focus on creating a detailed setting out of it, while focusing on a more psychological and philosphical journey.
Manga: Yokokuhan
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Yokokuhan
Manga: Yuugai Toshi
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Yuugai Toshi
its the same Mangake and the same creepy intention!
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