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Manga: YataMomo
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YataMomo
Manga: Yuki to Matsu
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Yuki to Matsu
Moocher Guy With Tragic Past X Guy Whose house He’s Living In. And they fall in love <3
Manga: Meitantei Conan
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Meitantei Conan
Manga: Yuureitou
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Yuureitou
The similarities in these manga are hard to describe but it's peak vibes, both authors have a clear love for the mystery genre especially Sherlock Holmes type works. It shows through the settings and art style amazingly, these are the best mystery manga the medium has to offer imo, and the monster of the week vibes only add to the campy charm both series excel at
Manga: Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunousen
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Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunousen
Manga: Arakure Ojousama wa Monmon Shiteiru
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Arakure Ojousama wa Monmon Shiteiru
Love is war for highschoolers who just won't be honest about their feelings.
Manga: Mouryou no Yurikago
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Mouryou no Yurikago
Manga: 6000
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6000
If you love the underwater aspect of 6000 you need to read cradle of monsters! Both are very psychological heavy deep sea thrillers
Manga: Ballroom e Youkoso
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Ballroom e Youkoso
Manga: Blue Period
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Blue Period
Becuase the both mangas have the same plot that can be considered as completely familiar for the readers they can easily relate with both of the stories
Manga: Oyasumi Punpun
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Oyasumi Punpun
Manga: Iyagatteru Kimi ga Suki
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Iyagatteru Kimi ga Suki
There are dysfunctional, toxic relationships with abuse. Both have elements of dark/mature themes. Iyagetteru Kimi ga Suki is much more smutty.
Manga: Ijiranaide, Nagatoro-san
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Ijiranaide, Nagatoro-san
Manga: Sono Bisque Doll wa Koi wo Suru
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Sono Bisque Doll wa Koi wo Suru
Dress Up Darling and Don't Tease Me Nagatoro both feature couples comprised of an energetic, popular gyaru and a shy, unpopular artist to start with both partners changing as a result of their relationship. -Dress Up Darling's focus is divided between the cosplay sequences and the couple's internal feelings for each other. Their work relationship and their feelings for each other are connected but also gives rise to complications. -Don't Tease Me Nagatoro uses a more standard SOL approach to demonstrate how much the relationship changes Nagatoro and Senpai as people. Their relationship is the sole focus of the manga with their hobbies used as reflections of personal growth.
Manga: Kusuriya no Hitorigoto
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Kusuriya no Hitorigoto
Manga: Koukyuu no Musubibito
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Koukyuu no Musubibito
Both are romances centred around female leads who come in as outsiders to solve mysteries within the imperial harem. Kusuriya no Hitorigoto is longer and thus more fleshed out, but both hold romance as the undertone to the mysteries on the forefront.
Manga: Trace: Kasouken Houi Kenkyuuin no Tsuisou
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Trace: Kasouken Houi Kenkyuuin no Tsuisou
Manga: Brutal: Satsujin Keisatsukan no Kokuhaku
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Brutal: Satsujin Keisatsukan no Kokuhaku
Same author,same genre. Both stories coming from author's experiences.You can also see our main character Dan Hiroki in the Trace series.
Manga: The Soulless Duchess
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The Soulless Duchess
Manga: Why Are You Obsessed With Your Fake Wife?
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Why Are You Obsessed With Your Fake Wife?
Both series follow a female MC who was wronged by their fiance which led to their death and went back in time to choose a better path.
Manga: Given
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Given
Manga: Kininatteru Hito ga Otoko ja Nakatta
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Kininatteru Hito ga Otoko ja Nakatta
Both are music-centred same-sex romances. Both have elements of songwriting and musical passion as well.
Manga: Misumisou
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Misumisou
Manga: Juujika no Rokunin
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Juujika no Rokunin
Both are about the Mc getting bullied where they both take revenge as a part of the story, both are gory and full of suspense
Manga: Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari
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Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari
Manga: Kuro no Maou
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Kuro no Maou
Both of manga show the grim reality of how world works and how much sacrifices needed to become the greatest of you. Both of the story indeed about vengeance but instead showing unnecessary vengeance, their path of heroic story was justifiable in fact they're deserve more recognizing from other fantasy tropes that filled nothing but nonsense. Trust me, if you're like me who looking the proper fantasy with proper path of world then both of them are your strong suit
Manga: Devil May Cry 5: Visions of V
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Devil May Cry 5: Visions of V
Manga: Final Fantasy XIV: Shiritsu Eorzea Gakuen
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Final Fantasy XIV: Shiritsu Eorzea Gakuen
Both are based of videogames. If you like FFXIV, you will like Visions of V. It feels a lot like Shadowbringers. Give it a shot, its really cool. V is hotter than Emet. Don't @ me.
Manga: JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 7: Steel Ball Run
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JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 7: Steel Ball Run
Manga: Appetite
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Appetite
Appetite is my favorite manga ever. If you like the journey in this, you are gonna love Steel Ball Run. Vise versa as well.
Manga: Chi no Wadachi
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Chi no Wadachi
Manga: Adabana
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Adabana
The nonlinear story-telling and twisted/obscured recount of events in both manga portray the haunting effects of trauma and abuse very well. Both are great and very devastating psychological dramas that left me in tears!
Manga: Sayonara Eri
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Sayonara Eri
Manga: Shibatarian
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Shibatarian
Two characters have a dream of making a movie that transcends reality itself. Then things get weird, terrifying, and more than a little tragic.
Manga: Tomie
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Tomie
Manga: Shibatarian
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Shibatarian
The villains have similarly terrifying abilities and the type of horror matches well. If you liked one, you'll probably like the other.
Manga: Hikaru ga Shinda Natsu
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Hikaru ga Shinda Natsu
Manga: Shibatarian
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Shibatarian
"Help! My boy best friend became an eldritch monster!?"
Manga: Fire Punch
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Fire Punch
Manga: Shibatarian
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Shibatarian
Similar flavors of horror so surreal it's almost comedic, and characters wanting to make a movie so good it's to die for.
Manga: Rojiura Brothers
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Rojiura Brothers
Manga: Tsureneko: Maruru to Hachi
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Tsureneko: Maruru to Hachi
Manga about cats' lives, from their own perspectives. <> Rojiura Brothers: some cats are cats, other cats are humans; Tsureneko: all cats are cats.
Manga: Sono Bisque Doll wa Koi wo Suru
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Sono Bisque Doll wa Koi wo Suru
Manga: Hitomi-chan wa Hitomishiri
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Hitomi-chan wa Hitomishiri
hitomi chan é um anime de romance muito bom, ele é relativamente simples, não tem uma arte absurda mas é muito satisfatório de ler, recomendo para todos que gostam de mangas/animes de romance
Manga: Megumi no Daigo
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Megumi no Daigo
Manga: Medical Return
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Medical Return
Both mc are very passionated by their work,they are skilled for the job they had chosen and both of them save a lot of lives with their pure through of helping people.
Manga: Medical Return
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Medical Return
Manga: Read to Level Up
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Read to Level Up
In both manga the mc has his main job in medicine field and they fight for their love one's.Both manga have a slow romance developing,with all that in Read to level up the situation is a little bit differen.
Manga: Villains Are Destined to Die
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Villains Are Destined to Die
Manga: Fortune-Telling Lady
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Fortune-Telling Lady
The main characters both end up dying from their own family in most of the original endings. In my opinion the main characters father's are pretty similar as well. One brother from each series has the same personality as the other. (Reynold and Ravi) Both of the main characters are trying to survive because each of their original endings only ended with death.
Manga: The Duchess Who Sees Ghosts
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The Duchess Who Sees Ghosts
Manga: Fortune-Telling Lady
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Fortune-Telling Lady
While they do use their abilities differently they both have the power to be able to see and understand ghosts. If you like anything related to ghosts or supernatural beings then I believe you may enjoy reading one of these 2 manhwa's.
Manga: MagMell Shinkai Suizokukan
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MagMell Shinkai Suizokukan
Manga: Zeikin de Katta Hon
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Zeikin de Katta Hon
Both are workplace-centric series where every employee is passionate about connecting people to the things they love. Both protagonists learn from mentors in the workplace, improving and growing as people and professionals. The workplaces' work links to human lives and carries the hope of helping or improving the lives of others.
Manga: Yuureitou
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Yuureitou
Manga: Yuukoku no Moriarty
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Yuukoku no Moriarty
Both Are historical Murder mysteries. They Both tackle Transgender themes. They also contain very manipulative main characters.
Manga: Otome Game Sekai wa Mob ni Kibishii Sekai desu
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Otome Game Sekai wa Mob ni Kibishii Sekai desu
Manga: Chounin A wa Akuyaku Reijou wo Doushitemo Sukuitai: Dobu to Sora to Koori no Himegimi
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Chounin A wa Akuyaku Reijou wo Doushitemo Sukuitai: Dobu to Sora to Koori no Himegimi
Both are an otome game isekai, with a male protag. Both have 5 idiots who simps on the isekaid female protag of the game (not the villainess). Both has guns and magic. Except the other one has mechs in it.
Manga: Shimanami Tasogare
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Shimanami Tasogare
Manga: Niku wo Hagu: Tooda Oto Tanpenshuu
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Niku wo Hagu: Tooda Oto Tanpenshuu
Our dreams at Dusk and To Strip the flesh are both LGBTQ led stories around the struggles of being apart of the community within a situation where you cannot be out - they tackle the topic with a nuanced flair and characters that you sympathise with, hoping they get the happily ever after we all crave.
Manga: Warikitta Kankei desukara.
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Warikitta Kankei desukara.
Manga: Toshishita no Senpai
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Toshishita no Senpai
Both are age gap NSFW Yuri, similar vibe
Manga: Freezing
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Freezing
Manga: Kaijin Reijou
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Kaijin Reijou
-main character has special powers -main character is paired with a hot, overpowered girl -lots of fights -can get violent -both have nudity
Manga: Kyou no Kira-kun
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Kyou no Kira-kun
Manga: Kitto Ai dakara, Iranai
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Kitto Ai dakara, Iranai
The two characters have a heart disease and they only have 3 months to 1 year to live and a lovely love story between them despite their illness.
Manga: Toriko
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Toriko
Manga: Shangri-La Frontier: Kusoge Hunter, Kamige ni Idoman to su
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Shangri-La Frontier: Kusoge Hunter, Kamige ni Idoman to su
Both series have extremely similarity of having fantasy elements in an adventure manga, set in a world where individuals have to navigate and encounter legendary and formidable entities to progress the overarching goal.
Manga: Livingstone
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Livingstone
Manga: Jikyuu 300-en no Shinigami
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Jikyuu 300-en no Shinigami
Both short stories involve a team of two, dealing with souls, unveiling their mysteries, resolving regrets.
Manga: Full Metal Panic!
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Full Metal Panic!
Manga: 86
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86
Shinei Nouzen = Sgt. Sousuke Sagara. Vladilena Milizé = Kaname Chidori + Teletha Testarossa. Same genres (Drama, Sci-fi, Romance) Eighty Six = Full Metal Panic! + Akito the Exiled. If you like one you'll like the other sice they're both great, deep, meaningful and enjoyable stories about war. Be careful with (Nazi/war/etc.) propaganda on both since it's very frequent. Also everyone is a badass regardless of gender, power or race. FMP! is heavier so read with preucation!
Manga: Fullmetal Alchemist
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Fullmetal Alchemist
Manga: Pandora Hearts
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Pandora Hearts
Mystic, deep and well-thought-out Shounen series both written by female mangaka. In both series there can be found resilient women and reliable men. The art is phenomenal and the plot is superb. Both manga have blasphemies and some anti-christian messages and should be skipped if read by an easily corrupted mind. Read with precaution but also expect something life-changing (for better or for worse.)
Manga: The Divine Surgeon
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The Divine Surgeon
Manga: Doctor's Rebirth
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Doctor's Rebirth
Both are stories of modern doctors being reincarnated into an ancient setting, one set in Ancient china while the other is set in Ancient Korea. They both have martial arts included in the story which includes the usage of qi, so there are a bit unscientific parts to the stories, but they just add to the depth of the story given the setting.
Manga: Happy Sugar Life
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Happy Sugar Life
Manga: Sachi-iro no One Room
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Sachi-iro no One Room
These two mangas are really similar because both are about a missing girl living with the one she "loves". The mangas are about finding their own happiness. Very dark stories.
Manga: Kimi no Ashimoto de Ai wo Shiru
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Kimi no Ashimoto de Ai wo Shiru
Manga: Ii Ko ni Dekitara Homete Kure
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Ii Ko ni Dekitara Homete Kure
Both stories exist in the relatively new dom-sub universe that was introduced into BL
Manga: Prison School
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Prison School
Manga: Bokutachi ga Yarimashita
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Bokutachi ga Yarimashita
Both have similar visual humor, as well as semi-realistic art. Both are also sexually explicit, with Bokutachi ga Yarimashita being more extreme than Prison School. The former has a tonally darker, more disturbing story than the latter.
Manga: Koakuma Kanojo
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Koakuma Kanojo
Manga: Loveraune: Idol Monster Girls
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Loveraune: Idol Monster Girls
Both have Monster girls Have more or less the same "fetishes".
Manga: Positively Yours
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Positively Yours
Manga: There Must Be Happy Endings
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There Must Be Happy Endings
There's a little bit more serious drama and supernatural themes on There Must Be Happy Endings, but overall both series share similar atmosphere of drama/romance webtoon due to the romance and art style. Marriage contract-type of stories where the couple get married first and grow to love each other after. Similar couple dynamics with a rich and perfect male lead. Both also share a similar type of pretty & sparkly webtoon art style.
Manga: Bastard
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Bastard
Manga: Like Mother, Like Daughter
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Like Mother, Like Daughter
Both protagonists grapple with the fact(?) that their parents are manipulative, murderers and go through the dramas of school life while trying to figure out how to "Beat" or get away from their parents, all the while fighting their OWN inner-demons. Both stories have drama, suspense, mystery, and horror (one more so than the other). But their main similarity is the psychological themes that both stories strongly share. If you enjoyed the other story you might like this one too!
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: JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 8: JoJolion
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JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 8: JoJolion
Umineko is a mystery story about the protagonist who needs to find the culprit of a series of murders on an island. It's not even certain that there's actually an assassin or if it's just the magical doing of a witch. Every time the protagonist fails to find this alleged culprit, the event of the murders keeps repeating over and over. Jojolion has many different mysteries at its core, and it's a story about the protagonist discovering his identity and finding a place/family to belong. On that note, both protagonists don't remember who they are, and we accompany them in their journey of self-discovery and the search for past memories. That's why readers can easily relate to the protagonists, since at the start of the story, we know nothing, just like them. Josuke and Battler are goofy and inexperienced at the start, but they greatly improve over time. Umineko and Jojolion are like putting together a puzzle, and each chapter/arc of the series is like a new piece of the puzzle. For every two pieces you put together, five more pieces appear, adding even more mysteries. There is a heterogeneous blend of mystery, bizarre fantasy, and psychological elements in both works, especially the struggle between logic and supernatural forces. Umineko and Jojolion deliver their themes incredibly well (it may actually be the strongest aspect of both works) and revolve around breaking a curse (in their own ways). Umineko and Jojolion have a very refreshing and realistic approach about the concept of the 'villain', but I'll stop here since adding anything else would be huge spoilers for both stories. These series need to convey a lot of information, and that can be quite difficult without being boring or resorting to infodumps. Yet, they succeed. None of the information serves only the current arc or defeating the current obstacle. It is all vital to the plot on a fundamental level. It gives you all the context you need to be invested in the mystery and the characters. It provides just enough information to make you excited about what you’re in for but falls just short of enough information to fully grasp what’s going on and where the story might be heading in the future. Umineko and Jojolion can be read in a heartbeat, and you subconsciously absorb all of the information while reading. They require attention since they have very intricate plots, yet they never feel heavy or boring. If you're searching for stories that are intriguing right from the start to the very end, these manga are for you.
Manga: Youjo Senki
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Youjo Senki
Manga: 86
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86
Historically accurate depiction of world war 2, but the format and stroy telling isnt even close to eachother.
Manga: Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunousen
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Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunousen
Manga: Aishiteru Game wo Owarasetai
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Aishiteru Game wo Owarasetai
same concept: "Make the other confess their love"
Manga: Monogatari Series: First Season
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Monogatari Series: First Season
Manga: Seishun Buta Yarou Series
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Seishun Buta Yarou Series
The best works of supernatural mystery with great storytelling, back to back
Manga: Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei
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Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei
Manga: Kodama Maria Bungaku Shuusei
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Kodama Maria Bungaku Shuusei
Similar minimalistic artstyles, similar references literature, same strange sense of humor
Manga: Berserk
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Berserk
Manga: Vinland Saga
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Vinland Saga
Although Berserk takes place in a medieval-like fantasy world, and Vinland Saga takes place during the time of Vikings, Both focus on young and strong fighters who lived on the battlefield and fought in wars for almost their entire lives. Both Guts and Thorfinn start on a revenge-fueled path and have to face stronger enemies as well as their inner demons while protecting the ones they care for and their dreams.
Manga: Shingetsutan Tsukihime
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Shingetsutan Tsukihime
Manga: Kurozakuro
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Kurozakuro
Both seemingly normal main characters act on their intrusive thoughts making for plenty of unhinged scenes early on. Both reads have supernatural elements and cool fights.
Manga: Aku no Hana
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Aku no Hana
Manga: Kitanai Kimi ga Ichiban Kawaii
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Kitanai Kimi ga Ichiban Kawaii
Has similar vibes. Didn't feel very good after finishing reading.
Manga: Ajin
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Ajin
Manga: Summertime Render
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Summertime Render
Though dissimilar in many ways plot-wise, I felt a connection in how these stories played out. - A main conflict of intelligence and out-thinking the enemy - The protagonists are competent and smart young men - Shadowy monsters playing a large role - Well drawn fight scenes - Unique power systems and ways to utilize said powers
Manga: Enen no Shouboutai
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Enen no Shouboutai
Manga: Jagaaaaaan
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Jagaaaaaan
Both feature a character working for a government organization, one in the fire force, other in the police. Both feature superpowered individuals. Both contain moral dilemmas.
Manga: Suki na Ko ga Megane wo Wasureta
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Suki na Ko ga Megane wo Wasureta
Manga: Kubo-san wa Mob wo Yurusanai
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Kubo-san wa Mob wo Yurusanai
Both have the same sweet romance moments, looking for a cute romance interactions? these two got the same vibes on it's behaviour. Suggested to look after kubo-san first before reaching suki-na ko, not to mention about how cute the heroine is but it got the anime adaptation too so it's top notch to watch!
Manga: Nanoni, Chigira-kun ga Amasugiru.
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Nanoni, Chigira-kun ga Amasugiru.
Manga: Shujinkou Nikki
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Shujinkou Nikki
Both wholesome school romances without much drama. In Chigira-kun, the ML is popular and seemingly cold, while the FL tries to get over a past heartbreak. In Shujinkou Nikki, the ML is more open and kind, and FL is a reclusive outsider.
Manga: Hatsukoi Maze
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Hatsukoi Maze
Manga: Kanojo to Kare no Kankei: Heibon na Hayakawa-san to Heibon na Miura-kun no Hibon na Kankei
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Kanojo to Kare no Kankei: Heibon na Hayakawa-san to Heibon na Miura-kun no Hibon na Kankei
Both are wholesome, no-drama school romances, with a kind of 'trial' period to dating. In Hatsukoi Maze, ML falls in love at first sight, while in Kanojo to Kare no Kankei they start dating simply for the sake of having a relationship.
Manga: Aoi Uroko to Suna no Machi
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Aoi Uroko to Suna no Machi
Manga: Silent Blue
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Silent Blue
They both have: _ The emotional story about the healing process. _ The special art ( overwhelming ). _ The relaxation, the healing. _ Short and simple story ( I love it ).
Manga: Aoi Uroko to Suna no Machi
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Aoi Uroko to Suna no Machi
Manga: 8-gatsu no Soda-sui
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8-gatsu no Soda-sui
They both have: _ The lovely and beautiful art ( the sea, the beach ). _ The lovely characters. _ Short and simple story. _ The relaxation, the healing.
Manga: Tetsugaku Letra
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Tetsugaku Letra
Manga: Blue Giant
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Blue Giant
They both have: _ The main character used to play basketball at school. _ The emotional story about friendship, family bond, and may be love. _ The inspirational music story _ The special art ( I love ).
Manga: Dragon Quest: Dai no Daibouken
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Dragon Quest: Dai no Daibouken
Manga: Sengoku Youko
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Sengoku Youko
Both series have demons, humans conflict which brings up the question of what makes them so different of each other in the end? They have a clear plot path and utilize the cast brilliantly for a satisfactory payoff. Dai, Tama, Shinsuke, Jinka, Popp... all have an interesting approach to the genre and a huge evolution throughout which is both fun and mesmerizing to read!
Manga: Blame!
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Blame!
Manga: Usuzumi no Hate
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Usuzumi no Hate
In the very distant future, in the aftermath of a devastating conflict between humans and not-humans, a lone figure armed with an overpowered handgun is roaming a vast, desolate world on a seemingly hopeless retrieval mission.
Manga: Solo Leveling
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Solo Leveling
Manga: Kono Sekai ga Izure Horobu Koto wo, Ore dake ga Shitteiru: Monster ga Arawareta Sekai de, Shinimodori Level Up
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Kono Sekai ga Izure Horobu Koto wo, Ore dake ga Shitteiru: Monster ga Arawareta Sekai de, Shinimodori Level Up
This manga is just Japanese returner/hunter/time leaper where mc gets stronger by grinding video game stats in the modern world where monsters from another world invade it. MC even "solo levels" in the first few and in some other chapters.
Manga: Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
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Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
Manga: Solo Leveling
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Solo Leveling
Both are beloved power fantasies and will hype you up
Manga: Pandora Hearts
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Pandora Hearts
Manga: Bungou Stray Dogs
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Bungou Stray Dogs
vibe, Pandora Hearts is what Bungou Stray Dogs wishes to be
Manga: Fantastic Children: Tokei Jikake no Tabibito-tachi
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Fantastic Children: Tokei Jikake no Tabibito-tachi
Manga: Spirit Circle
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Spirit Circle
Spirit Circle and Fantastic Children (the anime, the manga seems completely missing from the internet) have a similar story that is highly existential and jumping between different timelines and locations. If you like one you should check out the other.
Manga: Kyou kara Ore wa Loli no Himo!
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Kyou kara Ore wa Loli no Himo!
Manga: Joshi Shougakusei no Oujo-sama
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Joshi Shougakusei no Oujo-sama
Manga where the art and culture come first before anything else. The mangaka of both are familiar with the common troupes, and adapt their artwork to create cute scenes utilising the troupes.
Manga: Eromanga-sensei
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Eromanga-sensei
Manga: Siscon Ani to Brocon Imouto ga Shoujiki ni Nattara
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Siscon Ani to Brocon Imouto ga Shoujiki ni Nattara
High quality incest that boasts phemonenol artstyle. Eromanga Sensei has a more diversified cast, and leans towards romcom SoL, whist Siscon Ani is a exceptional masterclass in exploring the true potential of incest, as well as being much more invested in the romance if the main characters.
Manga: Home Alone Together
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Home Alone Together
Manga: Ouroboros
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Ouroboros
Like Home Alone Together, Ouroboros deals with trauma and mental health issues, although, from a different perspective. Please mind the trigger warnings.
Manga: What It Means to Be You
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What It Means to Be You
Manga: My Husband Who Hates Me Has Lost His Memories
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My Husband Who Hates Me Has Lost His Memories
Both series have the MC being married off to the male lead by their families followed by a lot of misfortune and misunderstanding. Both are heavy drama series but well written so if you like one you'll probably like the other as they have near identical setups.
Manga: Solo Leveling
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Solo Leveling
Manga: Tomb Raider King
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Tomb Raider King
Honestly Tomb Raider King is basically a Solo Leveling rip-off, the same premise just with Tombs instead of Dungeons. Other than that, you have the same-looking protagonist that gets a very similar gaming interface irl, proceeds to get extremely overpowered and gets dragged into grand-scale conflict.
Manga: ReLIFE
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ReLIFE
Manga: Back to the Highteen
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Back to the Highteen
Protagonist with issues in their adult lives are offered a chance to go back to high school. Both are full-colored webcomics.
Manga: Domestic na Kanojo
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Domestic na Kanojo
Manga: Kanojo, Okarishimasu
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Kanojo, Okarishimasu
Romance and pretty weird but Domestic na Kanojo is pretty good despite the absurd plot.
Manga: Hametsu no Oukoku
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Hametsu no Oukoku
Manga: Shokei sareta Kenja wa Lich ni Tensei shite Shinryaku Sensou wo Hajimeru
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Shokei sareta Kenja wa Lich ni Tensei shite Shinryaku Sensou wo Hajimeru
Both involves the fantasy revenge genre, due to losing a loved one, where both main characters approve the use of genocide when it helps their revenge agenda.
Manga: Nouryoku Gakuen Gekokujou: Boku ga Gakuen wo Seisu made
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Nouryoku Gakuen Gekokujou: Boku ga Gakuen wo Seisu made
Manga: Tensei Colosseum: Saijaku Skill de Saikyou no Onna-tachi wo Kouryaku shite Dorei Harem Tsukurimasu
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Tensei Colosseum: Saijaku Skill de Saikyou no Onna-tachi wo Kouryaku shite Dorei Harem Tsukurimasu
In both manga, the male protagonist has the similar appearance and get bullied/suppressed by other strong huge-breasted female characters.
Manga: Asahina Wakaba to ○○ na Kareshi
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Asahina Wakaba to ○○ na Kareshi
Manga: Inkya no Boku ni Batsu Game ni Kokuhaku shitekita Hazu no Gal ga, Dou Mitemo Boku ni Betabore desu
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Inkya no Boku ni Batsu Game ni Kokuhaku shitekita Hazu no Gal ga, Dou Mitemo Boku ni Betabore desu
In both of the story,the girls confessed because of a dare/blackmail to an unpopular boy,with time they will realise their fellings towards the boy and start a beatifull love story.
Manga: Meguro-san wa Hajimete ja Nai
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Meguro-san wa Hajimete ja Nai
Manga: Keikenzumi na Kimi to, Keiken Zero na Ore ga, Otsukiai suru Hanashi.
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Keikenzumi na Kimi to, Keiken Zero na Ore ga, Otsukiai suru Hanashi.
In both manga,the female leads has been in relationships with boys who only want their body.A boy confessed their love to them,that was the first time a boy don't want them for their bodies,in that moment a beatifull romatic story will begin.The girl will slowly fall in love with the boy .
Manga: Asper Kanojo
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Asper Kanojo
Manga: Kimi to Tsuzuru Utakata
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Kimi to Tsuzuru Utakata
Although Asper Kanojo is het and The Summer You Were There is yuri, the two are similar. They share a writer and fan dynamic, both have main characters with severe anxiety, and there's much talk of mental health. They're also both heartwrenching
Manga: Eiga Daisuki Pompo-san
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Eiga Daisuki Pompo-san
Manga: Sayonara Eri
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Sayonara Eri
Filmmaking-based manga. Decent take on the basics of filmmaking but of course, this is more on indie filmmaking instead on the big, glamorous world of Hollywood. Sayonara Eri is more of a starting out filmmaker's story.
Manga: Yonensei
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Yonensei
Manga: Junwaidan
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Junwaidan
Revolves around a realistic love life of a young couple in college years. Shows both the good and bad moments in the relationships.
Manga: Hoshikuzu Telepath
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Hoshikuzu Telepath
Manga: 4-nin wa Sorezore Uso wo Tsuku
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4-nin wa Sorezore Uso wo Tsuku
Both are 4-koma comedy manga featuring an alien and a telepath. HoshiTele is more of a character drama, having its fair share of serious, tear-jerking moments. It also has stunning art, while many panels in 4uso are...less than impressive, however, it does make up for it with fun chemistry between the characters and great comedy!
Manga: ReLIFE
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ReLIFE
Manga: Lookism
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Lookism
Both ReLIFE and Lookism are about a guy who is rejected by society (in different ways) and in both stories they start a new life with a new body in a new school and now they have to deal with this new body and the consequences of it, and both stories where published in a Webtoon format. Lookism is an Action story while ReLife is a story about romance and how to deal with the pressures of Japanese society, but the two comics have a lot in common
Manga: Dragon Ball Gaiden: Tensei shitara Yamcha Datta Ken
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Dragon Ball Gaiden: Tensei shitara Yamcha Datta Ken
Manga: Baki Gaiden: Retsu Kaiou wa Isekai Tensei shitemo Ikkou ni Kamawan!
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Baki Gaiden: Retsu Kaiou wa Isekai Tensei shitemo Ikkou ni Kamawan!
Both of these are Isekai parodies of longrunning shounen, both are about playing with the series' rules in ways the source material never could.
Manga: ALMIGHTY X 10
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ALMIGHTY X 10
Manga: Ui x Kon
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Ui x Kon
Reading Ui X Kon reminds me of Almighty X 10 as both stories are set in a school/dorm with a pretty bizzare system that makes me as a reader could only wish to be a part of. Both are fun to read shoujo manga with little to no serious drama. The main characters also share a similar positive attitude personality.
Manga: Cheese in the Trap Season 1
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Cheese in the Trap Season 1
Manga: Unlucky Mansion
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Unlucky Mansion
> mature characters > art style reminded me of cheese in the trap > nothing else is similar but if you liked the writing style in cheese in the trap then this is enjoyable too
Manga: Dungeon Meshi
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Dungeon Meshi
Manga: Touge Oni
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Touge Oni
If you thematically enjoy one, you’ll like the other. Both fantasy adventures are rather lighthearted right up until they aren’t and the episodic feel of the story falls away to reveal more and more layers of intrigue and horror. Dungeon Meshi is about cooking and Oni of the Pass is about shintoism, but they both have core themes of desires, humanity, morality and cannibalism. They both have some serious themes depicted and that way of writing that makes them seinens… And they’re also both just really enjoyable and thrilling! Eating is the privilege of the living, so eat or be eaten. Let us then be up and doing, with a heart for any fate.
Manga: Tsurezure Children
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Tsurezure Children
Manga: Real mo Tama ni wa Uso wo Tsuku
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Real mo Tama ni wa Uso wo Tsuku
They give me very similar vibes: - They both feature short romance stories. While "Tsurezure Children" follows several couples, "Real mo Tama ni wa Uso wo Tsuku" has just one. - School setting and the first love themes. - There is not really much of a plot in both, though it doesn't really matter, since it's all about relationships. Those small sugar-sweet moments. - Lots of blushing, guessing whether the other part has the same feeling for oneself. Just, I dunno, they are both very cute and sweet. Give it shot, if you liked one of those, you'll probably like the other one!
Manga: Nisekoi
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Nisekoi
Manga: Real mo Tama ni wa Uso wo Tsuku
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Real mo Tama ni wa Uso wo Tsuku
- Main couples start off from a wrong foot and have to spend a lot of time together, but both gradually fall in love with each other. - Both series involve pretending: Kaoru pretends to be a girl in "Real mo Tama ni wa Uso wo Tsuku", main leads pretend to be a real couple in "Nisekoi". - School setting + first love. - Lots of cute romantic moments. Less so in Nisekoi though, since it's much longer and a bit dragged imo. There are some differences though, while Real mo Tama ni wa Uso wo Tsuku tells a story of just one couple, Nisekoi goes with a harem approach. If you're not into it just skip all the irrelevant girls and concentrate on the main couple.
Manga: Koi to Uso
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Koi to Uso
Manga: Real mo Tama ni wa Uso wo Tsuku
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Real mo Tama ni wa Uso wo Tsuku
I actually find them quite similar in some aspects: - In both we have at least one of the leads being bad at communication with people: Ririna in "Koi to Uso" and Nanami in "Real mo Tama ni wa Uso wo Tsuku" - They are more about romance and relationships than a plot. While they have some plot initially it doesn't hold up for long. - They both have "lie" in the title, and this theme gets covered in both manga one way or another. - Very good art-style in both, you can feel the emotions characters are going through. - There is a sugar-sweet like first-love and romance themes in both. Lots of cute moments. TL;DR: If you're into innocent/immature kind of romance/first-love without much of a plot, give those manga a shot! Though beware that Koi to Uso has some bad parts in it, so I'd recommend to skip all the dialogues not related to Misaki-Yakari-Ririna. Especially skip the parts related to Yuusuke and Shuu, it makes things so much better!
Manga: Koi dano Ai dano
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Koi dano Ai dano
Manga: Kusuriya no Hitorigoto
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Kusuriya no Hitorigoto
The two stories are very different but both female MC have similar personality : smart, level-headedand discreet. The two girls are also dedicated to their own passion (medicine and pharmaceutics for Maomao; teenage psychology and school politics for Kanoko) and hence are willing to go to great lenght to reach their goal. Both also have low self esteem and tend to devaluate themselves when it comes to their physical appearance. Last but not least, they have a hot guy in their surrounding being head over heels for them.
Manga: Hitomi-chan wa Hitomishiri
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Hitomi-chan wa Hitomishiri
Manga: Bocchi the Rock!
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Bocchi the Rock!
Similarities: - Both MCs are high school girls and are shy. - Both take place in a high school and are SOL Differences: - You'll get lots of fanservice in Hitomi-chan but not really any on Bocchi. - There is a lot of romance in Hitomi-chan while Bocchi the rock is mostly a friend group setting.
Manga: Inbi na Doukutsu no Sono Oku de
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Inbi na Doukutsu no Sono Oku de
Manga: Furoufushi Shoujo no Naedoko Ryokouki
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Furoufushi Shoujo no Naedoko Ryokouki
Both manga have scenes of female character having a sexual intercourse with a huge slime monster.
Manga: Dosukebe Elf no Ishukan Nikki
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Dosukebe Elf no Ishukan Nikki
Manga: Inbi na Doukutsu no Sono Oku de
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Inbi na Doukutsu no Sono Oku de
Both manga have scenes of female character having a sexual intercourse with a huge slime monster.
Manga: Dosukebe Elf no Ishukan Nikki
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Dosukebe Elf no Ishukan Nikki
Manga: Furoufushi Shoujo no Naedoko Ryokouki
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Furoufushi Shoujo no Naedoko Ryokouki
This reminds me of that elf doujin that does the exact same thing as the heroine in this manga, truly one of the premise of all time. I guess the author read Dosukebe Elf no Ishukan Nikki and try to make their own degenerative heroine who want to mate with monster because she is curious too.
Manga: Akachan to Boku
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Akachan to Boku
Manga: Flat
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Flat
These works depict student protagonists taking care of younger relatives, younger brother, and cousins. They depict the difficulty of taking care of them, as well as their emotional interactions and growth. Baby and Me" is about siblings, and "Flat" is about cousins.There are scenes of young children being selfish, but please feel the cuteness of children.
Manga: How to Use a Returner
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How to Use a Returner
Manga: How to Live as a Villain
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How to Live as a Villain
A nearly identical plot with too many similar characters. Both stories are set in a game-like world where the characters are trying to survive. Both MC are moralless, maniac, and evil. In How to Use a Returner, MC is a little bit more devious and cunning, whereas in How to Live as a Villain, MC is more violent and doesn't shy away from using brute force to achieve his goals. Still, they're too similar, one can even say they're like brothers. If you liked one, possibly you're going to like the other too.  
Manga: Act-age
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Act-age
Manga: Tenmaku Cinema
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Tenmaku Cinema
Both have aspiring characters that want to pursue making a movie and acting in movies.
Manga: Ashita, Watashi wa Dareka no Kanojo
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Ashita, Watashi wa Dareka no Kanojo
Manga: "Oshi no Ko"
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"Oshi no Ko"
If you like the aspect of Oshi No Ko that shows the entertainment industry, I would recommend this as having a similar idea. "Ashita, Watashi wa Dareka no Kanojo" or "Tomorrow I Will Be Someone's Girlfriend" showcases the lives of s*x workers/hosts, it goes into their mental state. All of the main characters are very well-written and the story is hard to put down.
Manga: Vagabond
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Vagabond
Manga: Shamo
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Shamo
Main characters of both mangas are similiar like 2 sides of the same coin. They both want to become stronger at all costs, tackling impossible challenges and overcoming them, developing and changing their character along the way. The difference is that Ryou from Shamo is a vile sociopath hated by everyone, like stereotypical villain from kung-fu movie. Other than that I think the Toma Takahara character from Shamo is very similiar to the Sasaki Kojiro from Vagabond, which is what motivated me to write this recommendation in the first place. They are both martial arts prodigies mastering their craft against all odds and they both have a certain delicacy about them.
Manga: Koi wa Futago de Warikirenai
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Koi wa Futago de Warikirenai
Manga: Shimotsuki-san wa Mob ga Suki: Hitomishiri na Kanojo wa Ore ni dake Dere Amai
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Shimotsuki-san wa Mob ga Suki: Hitomishiri na Kanojo wa Ore ni dake Dere Amai
well both the manga are Rom Coms Set in school setting. Both the series take place in a school setting and have somewhat similar storyline with its own spicy twist. i would suggest to give it a try if you are looking for similar vibe. * School Settings * MC have a love rival * MC is confused over his feelings This one is little cringer
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