Manga Recommendations

Manga: Karneval
If you liked
Karneval
Manga: Clay Lord
...then you might like
Clay Lord
Both manga have that fantasy genre that involves battling. I'd say the two main character Clay and Nai have similar personalities as well that makes you love them. And spoiler, if your loved the type of twist at the end of Clay Lord involving his golems then you'll also love the twists that happen throughout Karneval!
Manga: 07-Ghost
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07-Ghost
Manga: Battle Rabbits
...then you might like
Battle Rabbits
This manga is by the same author and artist as 07-ghost. That being said the characters look extremely similar to the ones in 07-ghost and some believe this to be a sequel about re-incarnation, but it is stand alone. It is also short so it is a quick read!
Manga: Savage Garden
If you liked
Savage Garden
Manga: Hana no Kishi
...then you might like
Hana no Kishi
In savage garden is also a girl which is dressed up as a guy.
Manga: Lonely Wolf, Lonely Sheep
If you liked
Lonely Wolf, Lonely Sheep
Manga: Hana to Hoshi
...then you might like
Hana to Hoshi
Two cute and touching shoujou ai stories, featuring a short-haired brunette and a long-haired blonde. The stories played out differently and in 'Lonely Wolf, Lonely Sheep' the dynamic is friendlier, but I geniuenly enjoyed both. They also both feature a fully female love triangle. Well, sort of. Both are rather short and can be read in one sit.
Manga: Blood Lad
If you liked
Blood Lad
Manga: Pochi Kuro
...then you might like
Pochi Kuro
It's basically the same manga!!! Girl accidentally ends up in the demon world. MC starts with the intention of wanting to eat said girl. MC ends up falling in love with the girl. The whole story turns into an adventure/journey to find a way to send human girl back home.
Manga: Takarakuji de 40-oku Atattanda kedo Isekai ni Ijuusuru
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Takarakuji de 40-oku Atattanda kedo Isekai ni Ijuusuru
Manga: Tondemo Skill de Isekai Hourou Meshi
...then you might like
Tondemo Skill de Isekai Hourou Meshi
Both have an Isekai theme; but with a more relaxed tone. Each MC hasn't been summoned as a hero to save the world, instead both look more at the everyday aspects of moving to another world.
Manga: 2001-ya Monogatari
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2001-ya Monogatari
Manga: Omoide Emanon
...then you might like
Omoide Emanon
abstract manga.
Manga: Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou
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Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou
Manga: 2001-ya Monogatari
...then you might like
2001-ya Monogatari
Far fetched sci-fi manga.
Manga: 2001-ya Monogatari
If you liked
2001-ya Monogatari
Manga: Ginga Eiyuu Densetsu
...then you might like
Ginga Eiyuu Densetsu
Space Opera
Manga: 2001-ya Monogatari
If you liked
2001-ya Monogatari
Manga: Neon Genesis Evangelion
...then you might like
Neon Genesis Evangelion
"For who would lose, Though full of pain, this intellectual being, Those thoughts that wander through eternity, To perish, rather, swallowed up and lost" - John Milton's Paradise Lost
Manga: Yamada to Shounen
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Yamada to Shounen
Manga: Irony Dress ni Sayonara
...then you might like
Irony Dress ni Sayonara
Both are warm and fuzzy stories about teenagers struggling with their sexuality meeting kind older brother like characters and falling in love. Where Irony Dress ni Sayonara deals more with misunderstanding of sexuality vs gender identity and family acceptance Yamada to Shounen deals more with self acceptance.
Manga: Skip Beat!
If you liked
Skip Beat!
Manga: Akatsuki no Yona
...then you might like
Akatsuki no Yona
Both protagonists are strong and their personalities are very similar, and the romance in the story develops slowly like in AnY
Manga: Love So Life
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Love So Life
Manga: Maid kara Haha ni Narimashita
...then you might like
Maid kara Haha ni Narimashita
Shiharu is a girl from an orphanage who enjoys taking care of children. On the other hand we have Lily who dies on Earth and is reincarnated as a maid. Both girls love the life they have and are whole-heartedly enjoying taking care of others with no mind to their own lives. A man barges into their lives and asks somehting outrageous of them. Never-the-less, they accept and are soon helping a good-looking, misunderstood, single man, take care of a child whom is not their own. Because of this strange set-up, others around them aren't so keen in letting a girl into such a situation, yet they fight for their place in the family and is accepted as a mother figure before long. Now all either girl has to figure out is if she can help herself from falling for the perfect man.
Manga: 2001-ya Monogatari
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2001-ya Monogatari
Manga: Planetes
...then you might like
Planetes
Both are manga set in space and contain many similar themes regarding human nature and politics. Though 2001 takes it up a notch by being far more western and literary.
Manga: 2001-ya Monogatari
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2001-ya Monogatari
Manga: Kidou Senshi Gundam: The Origin
...then you might like
Kidou Senshi Gundam: The Origin
Both are space opera manga, although 2001 is more like the similarly titled Kubrick film that's written as a collage of short stories while also having some 1001 Nights influences.
Manga: Priest
If you liked
Priest
Manga: Claymore
...then you might like
Claymore
Both are dark fantasy manga that involve fighting supernatural beasts and creatures. However, although Claymore tends to be a little more run-of-the-mill with its trademark creatures called "yoma", it emphasizes greatly on the designs (sometimes monstrous, too), whereas Priest has it going for the very "juvenile" and gritty art style. It is also set in the wild west, whereas Claymore is full-on medieval with sci-fi elements (a la Moorcock in some cases).
Manga: Ano Hi Mita Hana no Namae wo Bokutachi wa Mada Shiranai.
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Ano Hi Mita Hana no Namae wo Bokutachi wa Mada Shiranai.
Manga: Nagareboshi ni Negau hodo Bokura wa Sunao ja Nai
...then you might like
Nagareboshi ni Negau hodo Bokura wa Sunao ja Nai
Both of these are dramas where an important friend from the past appears again. They're about a group of friends who are no longer as close as they once were because of a tragedy that happened.
Manga: Onanie Master Kurosawa
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Onanie Master Kurosawa
Manga: Chikan Otoko
...then you might like
Chikan Otoko
It's same author, style, similar plot.
Manga: Mad Cinderella
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Mad Cinderella
Manga: Omairi desu yo
...then you might like
Omairi desu yo
Both are by the same author, so have the same great art style, and feature the main characters struggling to find the right time to take their relationship to the next level. If you liked Mad Cinderella, you should love the boys in omairi desu yo! A funny, adorable, steamy story of the beautiful priests
Manga: Girl Friends
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Girl Friends
Manga: Ano Ko ni Kiss to Shirayuri wo
...then you might like
Ano Ko ni Kiss to Shirayuri wo
While Girl Friends is significantly shorter, both stories focus on the cute relationships of feminine girls. Ano Kiss features a few different relationships and all are very romantic and really adorable. I would also say that both series are directed towards a more feminine audience.
Manga: Ana Satsujin
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Ana Satsujin
Manga: Dead Tube
...then you might like
Dead Tube
Both are horror manga, with a male who's nothing special, and a female who's a murderer. We follow them committing all sorts of crimes, and both have quite a lot of blood.
Manga: Ito Junji no Neko Nikki: Yon & Mu
If you liked
Ito Junji no Neko Nikki: Yon & Mu
Manga: The House Cat
...then you might like
The House Cat
Both are about living with cats and the strange things cats sometimes do.
Manga: Last Game
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Last Game
Manga: Ao Haru Ride
...then you might like
Ao Haru Ride
- Both have good relationship - Both like a shoujo manga - Both have cool male lead
Manga: Last Game
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Last Game
Manga: Masamune-kun no Revenge
...then you might like
Masamune-kun no Revenge
- Both Male lead want to revenge with the girl - Both have cool male lead - Both Same romance and has drama spice
Manga: Helter Skelter
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Helter Skelter
Manga: Kasane
...then you might like
Kasane
Both involve fake appearances that belie the true nature of a person. Both are also very psychological and even quite uncomfortable to read (in a good way).
Manga: Rough
If you liked
Rough
Manga: Kimi to Boku no Saigo no Senjou, Aruiwa Sekai ga Hajimaru Seisen
...then you might like
Kimi to Boku no Saigo no Senjou, Aruiwa Sekai ga Hajimaru Seisen
Both follow the "Star Crossed Lovers" trope with people on opposite sides with a forbidden love. KimiSen is fantasy action while Rough is slice of life sports, but both feature two main protagonists who learn about and fall in love with people on other sides, and both are reminiscent of the classic tale of Romeo and Juliet.
Manga: Superior
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Superior
Manga: Kimi to Boku no Saigo no Senjou, Aruiwa Sekai ga Hajimaru Seisen
...then you might like
Kimi to Boku no Saigo no Senjou, Aruiwa Sekai ga Hajimaru Seisen
Both are stories of forbidden love between people who should be enemies. It shows both sides coming together to fight against another force, and it features moments of introspection when the protagonists question their own feelings compared to their allegiances. Both also feature fantasy and magic in their battles.
Manga: Sakura Juuyuushi
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Sakura Juuyuushi
Manga: Ashi-Girl
...then you might like
Ashi-Girl
An athletic high school girl travels back in time to the Sengoku era using a magic sword and falls in love with a young lord.
Manga: Taishou Otome Otogibanashi
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Taishou Otome Otogibanashi
Manga: Shinigami Bocchan to Kuro Maid
...then you might like
Shinigami Bocchan to Kuro Maid
Romcoms where the girl has to take care of a family outcast.
Manga: Maga-Tsuki
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Maga-Tsuki
Manga: Minamoto-kun Monogatari
...then you might like
Minamoto-kun Monogatari
- Both have harem spice - Both Romance Genre - Both ecchi manga
Manga: Minamoto-kun Monogatari
If you liked
Minamoto-kun Monogatari
Manga: Watari-kun no xx ga Houkai Sunzen
...then you might like
Watari-kun no xx ga Houkai Sunzen
- Both have sam romance - Bot have harem spice - Both tell school life
Manga: Bakune Young
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Bakune Young
Manga: Takemitsuzamurai
...then you might like
Takemitsuzamurai
Similar art style and humor.
Manga: Hyouryuu Kyoushitsu
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Hyouryuu Kyoushitsu
Manga: Devilman
...then you might like
Devilman
Both manga are from the 70's that are filled with violence, blood, and gore. Both titles have a similar atmosphere and a similar vibe. Both manga deals with the main protagonist fighting against monsters and trying to survive in the environment that they live in. If you like one, you will enjoy the other.
Manga: Hokuto no Ken
If you liked
Hokuto no Ken
Manga: Riki-Oh
...then you might like
Riki-Oh
Riki-Oh is Hokuto no Ken with jews.
Manga: Full Moon wo Sagashite
If you liked
Full Moon wo Sagashite
Manga: 31☆Idream
...then you might like
31☆Idream
Both of the series are written by the same author and have to do with the main character changing their appearance to fulfill what they wish to accomplish. Idol Dreams may be more suitable for the older audience, but overall, Full Moon and Idol Dreams are very cute and good reads.
Manga: Hourou Musuko
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Hourou Musuko
Manga: Ai no Shintairiku
...then you might like
Ai no Shintairiku
Both about being trans. While Ainoshin is a typical shojo romance, Hourou musuko is a serious but sweet story of trans children. if you are looking for some great trans rep, it doesn't get better than this.
Manga: Hotarubi no Mori e
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Hotarubi no Mori e
Manga: Hajimari no Niina
...then you might like
Hajimari no Niina
Hajimari no Niina started as a one-shot short story just as Hotarubi no Mori e. While the first evolved into a 4 volumes manga, the later was adapted into a movie. These two significantly have different plots and characters and yet you wonder why I'd recommend them: These are perfect examples of short, bittersweet done right. You have a supernatural occurrence in both: In HNN it is reincarnation while in HNME is spirit folklore. However, both have a tormented hero and a much younger not annoying heroine (a child actually). Make no mistake, the hero is no lolicon nor he has any romantic feelings towards the little girl, he is pure of heart. What I deeply loved about these stories is how lovely and profound is the relationship that the protagonists develop over time. It starts as friendship and it goes through the years, maturing, evolving, turning into a deeper, more complex and then, finally slow-burn romantic relationship. And because it's done in the proper way, they are both little masterpieces where you have an extremely likable hero and heroine, ready to pull out your heartstrings.
Manga: No Guns Life
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No Guns Life
Manga: Origin
...then you might like
Origin
Similar plot, also about technologies and humans, but in a post-war dystopic universe
Manga: Kuro
If you liked
Kuro
Manga: Owari Nochi, Asanagi-kurashi.
...then you might like
Owari Nochi, Asanagi-kurashi.
Both series feature a lonely little girl who lives with an adorably monstrous companion. While many cute moments are featured there are also many moments reminding everyone exactly how alien these creatures are.
Manga: Dungeon Meshi
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Dungeon Meshi
Manga: Uchi no Tsukaima ga Sumimasen
...then you might like
Uchi no Tsukaima ga Sumimasen
Both funny series feature a main character with wildly atypical responses to monsters/demons. While in Dungeon Meshi we have a protagonist who is excited about eating monsters, UnTgS features a protagonist who wants to learn all about how demons work. Which often involves harassing them one way or another.
Manga: Kodomo no Jikan
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Kodomo no Jikan
Manga: Black Gakkou ni Tsutometeshimatta Sensei
...then you might like
Black Gakkou ni Tsutometeshimatta Sensei
The manga setting is kinda same, schoolgirl is in love with her new dumb and good-for-nothing young teacher and teases him.~
Manga: Kisshou Tennyo
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Kisshou Tennyo
Manga: Aku no Hana
...then you might like
Aku no Hana
-School setting -Beautiful/potential love interest ends up making the protagonist's life worst -Beautiful/potential love interest indirectly makes the protagonist commit to dangerous acts -Protagonist already has a lover/crush on someone else besides the Femme Fatale -Protagonist begins to take a liking to Femme Fatale -Protagonist slowly change overtime due to Femme Fatale
Manga: Ristorante Paradiso
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Ristorante Paradiso
Manga: Sensei Ote wo Douzo
...then you might like
Sensei Ote wo Douzo
Both stories involve a young woman having feelings for a kind, older gentleman.
Manga: Akagami no Shirayuki-hime
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Akagami no Shirayuki-hime
Manga: Fukushuu wo Chikatta Shironeko wa Ryuuou no Hiza no Ue de Damin wo Musaboru
...then you might like
Fukushuu wo Chikatta Shironeko wa Ryuuou no Hiza no Ue de Damin wo Musaboru
Tag along as the main protagonist is a good girls that explore their world to abroud their horizons. while she is travelling there will be many friendships stabilished and even maybe love...
Manga: Fukushuu wo Chikatta Shironeko wa Ryuuou no Hiza no Ue de Damin wo Musaboru
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Fukushuu wo Chikatta Shironeko wa Ryuuou no Hiza no Ue de Damin wo Musaboru
Manga: Seijo no Maryoku wa Bannou desu
...then you might like
Seijo no Maryoku wa Bannou desu
Heart warming isekai world genre, where tha protagonist is summoned because of her high affinity with magic and is always surpising their colleagues. In both situations the main protagonist is not acknowledge as the priest mainden and for some reason end up leaving the palace.
Manga: Kusuriya no Hitorigoto
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Kusuriya no Hitorigoto
Manga: Seijo no Maryoku wa Bannou desu
...then you might like
Seijo no Maryoku wa Bannou desu
While the plot may seem different the heartwarming feeling of the challenges faced by the mains protagonist is similar, as they are both herbalist researchers that are in love with their job and are really independent. We must notice that seijo no maryoku wa bannou desu is a isekai world genre while Kusuriya no Hitorigoto has more of an hystorical plot.
Manga: Koushaku Reijou no Tashinami
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Koushaku Reijou no Tashinami
Manga: Seijo no Maryoku wa Bannou desu
...then you might like
Seijo no Maryoku wa Bannou desu
Tipically isekai world genre. The plot is about a main female protagonist that as consequence some incidents appears in a new world. As the protagonist is clever she understand the situation and quickly adapts to the surround. One main difference in these mangas is that kouhaku reijou no tashinami has well entrained in its plot social and political issues while seijo no maryoku wa bannou desu has more of an easy going aspect.
Manga: Kainushi Juujin to Pet Joshikousei
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Kainushi Juujin to Pet Joshikousei
Manga: Odette
...then you might like
Odette
Human girl in a relationship with non-human/anthropomorphic male
Manga: Last Client
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Last Client
Manga: Omerta: Kochou no Yume no Hate
...then you might like
Omerta: Kochou no Yume no Hate
A young boy who witnessed the murder of his parents and is looking for revenge, follows an assassin about whom he knows next to nothing.
Manga: Omerta: Kochou no Yume no Hate
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Omerta: Kochou no Yume no Hate
Manga: Itou-san
...then you might like
Itou-san
Both are the stories of emotional dependence between an assassin with a hard exterior (but a soft heart) and a very innocent young boy.
Manga: Sasayaku no wa Sono Yubi
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Sasayaku no wa Sono Yubi
Manga: Omerta: Kochou no Yume no Hate
...then you might like
Omerta: Kochou no Yume no Hate
Both stories deal with an unhinged seme who is in a dysfunctional relationship with the uke - he's mentally and physically abusive (and distant) due to his own set of insecurities and trauma.
Manga: Nana
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Nana
Manga: Awfully Damn Kiss and Hug
...then you might like
Awfully Damn Kiss and Hug
These two mangas have a more realistic and dark approach of the tropes, with which we are already familiar. The characters are complex and are actually developing throughout the story - not only the mcs but also the secondary characters. They are not perfect porcelain dolls and feel real. They, just like real people are ignorant, make mistakes, have mental scars and each have different problems in their private life.
Manga: Mars
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Mars
Manga: Awfully Damn Kiss and Hug
...then you might like
Awfully Damn Kiss and Hug
These two mangas are on the darker than most shoujo, because of their more realistic and dark approach of tropes, making them seem as if they're josei mangas. The MCs are kind teenage girls, who meet and fall for a classmate, who are full of problems. As the mc gets familiar with the boy, their lives change as they get involved with people or conflicts, acquainted with the boy. What also distinguishes these two series from others of this genre are the complex and developing characters, not only the mcs, but also the side characters
Manga: Six Half
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Six Half
Manga: "Mi"-seijuku
...then you might like
"Mi"-seijuku
These two mangas are on the darker than most shoujo, because of their more realistic and dark approach of tropes, making them seem as if they're josei mangas. The MCs have conflicts in their families, making them unlikable at first, untill we slowly learn about them piece by piece
Manga: Innocent
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Innocent
Manga: Dai-3 no Gideon
...then you might like
Dai-3 no Gideon
Both mangas are set in the period of the French Revolution and are with interesting characters, who in one way or another are involved in the revolution, and there is a similar dark and gloomy atmousphere, which depicts the lives of the third class.
Manga: Slam Dunk
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Slam Dunk
Manga: Crows
...then you might like
Crows
MCs are similar both funny and strong. Also their rivals are very strong from the beginning. Side characters are lovable and interesting in their way.
Manga: BioMeat: Nectar
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BioMeat: Nectar
Manga: Green Worldz
...then you might like
Green Worldz
World is coming to the end. Group of people trying their hardest to survive. Blood, gore, disgusting monsters. Apocalypse survival at its finest.
Manga: Hoozuki no Shima
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Hoozuki no Shima
Manga: Yakusoku no Neverland
...then you might like
Yakusoku no Neverland
A group of kids are placed in a boarding school-- they get suspicious of the adults/teachers so they plan an escape out of there to contact their parents. There are plenty of twists.
Manga: Renai Boukun
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Renai Boukun
Manga: Tenraku Akuma! Demon's Core
...then you might like
Tenraku Akuma! Demon's Core
Tenraku Akuma! is basically Blue Exorcist and Renai Boukun combined. This sentence alone explains my thoughts completely.
Manga: Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso
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Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso
Manga: Watashi no Shounen
...then you might like
Watashi no Shounen
Both maturely and sensibly deal with potentially romantic scenarios between two lost individuals of different age groups. Its an incredibly hard thing to pull off, something title's like Bunny Drop got right at the beginning but fail near the end. Both Slice of Life pieces which are enjoyable to read, and never feel out of place even with its central theme.
Manga: 3-gatsu no Lion
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3-gatsu no Lion
Manga: Toumei Ningen no Hone
...then you might like
Toumei Ningen no Hone
The main characters have the same problems with their families and same thoughts about their life and the people around them. Also, a small detail, they live separately from their parents while studying in high school.
Manga: Koori ga Tokeru no wo Matteru
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Koori ga Tokeru no wo Matteru
Manga: Lonely to Organdy
...then you might like
Lonely to Organdy
This rec is for ch5-6 of Koori ga - a young man suddenly finds himself in the presence of a ghost and gradually, he forms a strong bond with him.
Manga: Saezuru Tori wa Habatakanai
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Saezuru Tori wa Habatakanai
Manga: Gesu to Abazure
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Gesu to Abazure
This rec is for ch1-2 of Gesu - a super masochistic uke who will go to great lengths to get what he wants, including provoking the people he loves.
Manga: Aria
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Aria
Manga: Neko ga Nishi Mukya
...then you might like
Neko ga Nishi Mukya
Both are calm and relaxing slice-of-life stories with characters that go at their own pace. Both have cats (addressed as President/Shachou-san) that sense and encounter the supernatural and mysterious aspects of their respective series.
Manga: Gantz
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Gantz
Manga: Grappler Baki
...then you might like
Grappler Baki
Both are that "just turn your brain off" type of manga, packed with action scenes and also very graphic.
Manga: Mars
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Mars
Manga: Let Dai
...then you might like
Let Dai
These two series have a very similar feel, especially in terms of the narration style, late 90s art style, and ideas explored. Both deal with themes such as identity, redemption, and taking risks, and have some very dark tones. Both also feature a passionate, forbidden "opposites attract" romance between a daredevil bad boy and a goody-two-shoes (who eventually comes out of their shell). In both cases, everyone around them doesn't want them to be together, but they can't help but be attracted and change each other for the better. Overall, they're both really good dark romances.
Manga: Shingeki no Kyojin
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Shingeki no Kyojin
Manga: Yakusoku no Neverland
...then you might like
Yakusoku no Neverland
Young main characters, lots of mysteries and twists about the world they live in, horror elements.
Manga: Deep Flower
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Deep Flower
Manga: Sasayaku no wa Sono Yubi
...then you might like
Sasayaku no wa Sono Yubi
Written by the same mangaka, it's no surprised that beneath the superficial layers, both these manga are nearly identical to each other. You have a possessive and abusive seme who mistreats the uke, who, despite knowing about the seme's terrible personality, still loves him and accepts that he's in an unhealthy relationship. What's enjoyable about both is how the characters are pretty believable. And honestly, Sasayaku is a vast improvement over Deep Flower.
Manga: Yotsuba to!
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Yotsuba to!
Manga: Mitsuboshi Colors
...then you might like
Mitsuboshi Colors
Both manga are comedic slice of lives that showcase the joy and innocence of childhood; with their child characters getting into all kinds of mischief. If you enjoy one for its humour, relaxation and depiction of childhood you'll definitely love the other.
Manga: +Anima
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+Anima
Manga: Made in Abyss
...then you might like
Made in Abyss
Both of these anime feature cute kids put in traumatizing situations, although +Anima has a noticeably lighter tone than Made in Abyss. Their art styles are similarly cute, and a lot of effort is put in by both mangaka to set up worldbuilding, so readers can have a sense of discovery as they read each manga.
Manga: Berserk
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Berserk
Manga: Helck
...then you might like
Helck
The protagonist of both stories became strong through overcoming hardships throughout their lives. Both characters have tragic backstories full of pain and loss, and both stories have the occasional light hearted moments mixed in with dark elements (although Berserk is much darker). To me, Helck felt like a shonen version of Berserk.
Manga: JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 6: Stone Ocean
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JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 6: Stone Ocean
Manga: Deadman Wonderland
...then you might like
Deadman Wonderland
Your framed and thrown in prison where you discover weird world full of crazy abilities, unusual people and epic battles, how will your survive? How will you escape? If I got your attention then you might like these manga, so I suggest you go and give them a read you won't be disappointed.
Manga: Narutaru: Mukuro Naru Hoshi Tama Taru Ko
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Narutaru: Mukuro Naru Hoshi Tama Taru Ko
Manga: Hoshi no Ponko to Toufuya Reiko
...then you might like
Hoshi no Ponko to Toufuya Reiko
Children, cute alien animals and tone shifts
Manga: Angel Densetsu
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Angel Densetsu
Manga: Gokushufudou
...then you might like
Gokushufudou
Another gag manga, based on the idea of a scary guy's good intentions being misunderstood. Both MCs are confused as gang members at various points in the manga.
Manga: Shinka no Mi: Shiranai Uchi ni Kachigumi Jinsei
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Shinka no Mi: Shiranai Uchi ni Kachigumi Jinsei
Manga: Boushoku no Berserk: Ore dake Level to Iu Gainen wo Toppa suru
...then you might like
Boushoku no Berserk: Ore dake Level to Iu Gainen wo Toppa suru
1) Both stories are set in a fantasy world 2) Both main character started as the weakest and become the strongest in the world 3) Both worlds have a game-like system 4) Both main character have an abnormal statistic's numbers 5) Both main character have a special girl who want to protect
Manga: Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou
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Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou
Manga: Boushoku no Berserk: Ore dake Level to Iu Gainen wo Toppa suru
...then you might like
Boushoku no Berserk: Ore dake Level to Iu Gainen wo Toppa suru
1) Both stories are set in a fantasy world 2) Both worlds have a game-like system 3) Both main character started as the weakest one and become the strongest in the world 4) Both main character have a special girl who want to protect 5) Both main character can steal abilities from his enemies.
Manga: Debusen
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Debusen
Manga: Rokudou no Onna-tachi
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Rokudou no Onna-tachi
A misfit loser is granted a secret power (which in Debusen basically is cross dressing), and then heads out on an adventure to save a bunch of delinquents. Both are more or less parodies of the genre.
Manga: Smash!
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Smash!
Manga: Hanebado!
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Hanebado!
Both Smash! and Hanebado! are about badminton manga series. If you liked Smash!, probably you will be liked Hanebado! as well.
Manga: Natsu no Kakera
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Natsu no Kakera
Manga: Office de Animal Love
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Office de Animal Love
Both contain one book of short stories with cute romance stories which still have little bit sexual moments included. They give off the same feeling and are both telling about young women falling for handsome men.
Manga: Masamune-kun no Revenge
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Masamune-kun no Revenge
Manga: Brand New School Day
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Brand New School Day
Both has protagonists who worked to improve himself.
Manga: Saa Koi ni Ochitamae
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Saa Koi ni Ochitamae
Manga: Mukuchi na Koi no Tsutaekata
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Mukuchi na Koi no Tsutaekata
Written by the same mangaka, both these manga have the same trope - a seme who confesses his feelings to the uke, who immediately rejects them bc obviously he's not gay. But he agrees to remain friends with the seme, and gradually, he falls in love with him. Do keep in mind that the seme in Mukuchi is a gentleman, while the one in Saa Koi is a selfish prick. Both the uke, however, are stubborn, strongly opinionated and prideful young boys who look down upon the seme simply for coming from a rich family.
Manga: Sore wa Totsuzen, Unmei no Aite ga
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Sore wa Totsuzen, Unmei no Aite ga
Manga: Tsurezure Children
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Tsurezure Children
Both manga tell stories about different couple and their romamce.
Manga: Hydra
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Hydra
Manga: Kuchibiru no Yukue
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Kuchibiru no Yukue
We have MC1 who is in love with his best friend, MC2. Due to certain reasons/confusion they cannot be together. Seeing this, MC3 swoops in, confesses his love to MC1...... and by the end of both manga, you have yourself rooting the most for poor MC3
Manga: Sakura-gari
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Sakura-gari
Manga: Roman Gousha
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Roman Gousha
Both are historical manga where one of the main characters is of nobility/rich, and the other main character is new to town and seeking employment.. In each manga the servant is abused sexually, but by the end of the story there are feelings of love involved.
Manga: Taishou Otome Otogibanashi
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Taishou Otome Otogibanashi
Manga: Tenju no Kuni
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Tenju no Kuni
Historical stories about arranged marriages with a rural setting and a quietly kind and hardworking female lead.
Manga: Otoyomegatari
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Otoyomegatari
Manga: Tenju no Kuni
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Tenju no Kuni
Historical stories about arranged marriages with unusual settings. Both have very detailed costume designs.
Manga: Banana Fish
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Banana Fish
Manga: Kaze to Ki no Uta
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Kaze to Ki no Uta
A stranger in a strange land (Banana Fish's Eiji, and KazeKi's Serge) meets and befriends the tormented hero of the story, and in small ways helps teach the hero lessons in healing. The realism of Banana Fish and the down-to-earth depictions of the effects of traumatic events are shared by KazeKi's story. Differences between the two come down to art style (Banana Fish is slightly less flowery and metaphorical in its art style) and general tone, but are along the same vein of oldschool, gritty stories rooted in believability and told through well-written characters.
Manga: 5-toubun no Hanayome
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5-toubun no Hanayome
Manga: Bokutachi wa Benkyou ga Dekinai
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Bokutachi wa Benkyou ga Dekinai
Many girls, one male tutor and a high school setting.
Manga: Nisekoi
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Nisekoi
Manga: Bokutachi wa Benkyou ga Dekinai
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Bokutachi wa Benkyou ga Dekinai
The author for Bokutachi wa Benkyou ga Dekinai did a spin off series of Nisekoi called Magical Patisisere Kosaki-chan, so he had a good read on the Nisekoi characters and converted a lot of that stuff into his own work.
Manga: Fairy Tail
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Fairy Tail
Manga: Black Clover
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Black Clover
Friendship is magic
Manga: Ubume no Natsu
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Ubume no Natsu
Manga: Deep
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Deep
While their premises are entirely different, what binds both these mystery-thrillers together is how both force you to push your boundaries. While reading them, you begin to wonder - is this science? Is this something supernatural? Is it a mixture of both? And it's only towards the end of both that you get your answers.
Manga: Uwa-Koi
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Uwa-Koi
Manga: Hiai Mousou
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Hiai Mousou
Nothing ntr, but Hiai Mousou have a psycho heroine, who will do anything to get our MC. after all, a crazy end.
Manga: Pretty Lamia
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Pretty Lamia
Manga: 8-shaku 8-wa Kerakumeguri: Igyou Kaikitan
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8-shaku 8-wa Kerakumeguri: Igyou Kaikitan
Both manga features monster girls, and while Pretty Lamia is only about a snake girl, Igyou Kaikitan as a longer piece has more variety and not just female monsters, including one with a lower body of a snake.
Manga: Uzumaki
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Uzumaki
Manga: Tomie
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Tomie
Another one of Junji Ito's stand-alone's, and one of his best. If you liked Uzumaki, I have very little doubt you would enjoy Tomie. Very different narrative, but the same Ito horror and incredibly detailed art style.
Manga: Golden Kamuy
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Golden Kamuy
Manga: Yakusoku no Neverland
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Yakusoku no Neverland
Similar "characters goes on journey to find things" and Golden Kamuy has a strong female child character like in Yakusoku no Neverland.
Manga: Plastic Neesan
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Plastic Neesan
Manga: Asobi Asobase
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Asobi Asobase
Silly girls doing silly stuff with silly faces. You’d totally want to read that manga so what are you waiting for?
Manga: Kino no Tabi: The Beautiful World
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Kino no Tabi: The Beautiful World
Manga: Serial Experiments Lain: The Nightmare of Fabrication
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Serial Experiments Lain: The Nightmare of Fabrication
Both are based around psychological premises, both share a similar tone and art style, and both are really enjoyable and fun to read.
Manga: Betsukiss
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Betsukiss
Manga: Endou Yasuko wa Yomayoichou ni Kakureteru
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Endou Yasuko wa Yomayoichou ni Kakureteru
Both are comedy Yuri manga about vampires.
Manga: Kase-san Series
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Kase-san Series
Manga: Candy
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Candy
Both are stories about a cute high school relationship between girls. Both have conflicts that get resolved and strengthen the relationship.
Manga: Candy Boy
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Candy Boy
Manga: Happy End
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Happy End
Both deal with sibling "love".
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