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Manga: Sakurasou no Pet na Kanojo
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Sakurasou no Pet na Kanojo
Manga: Asper Kanojo
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Asper Kanojo
About protagonists who, by chance, come to live with aspie girls and develope romantic feelings for them.
Manga: Pochi-Gokko.
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Pochi-Gokko.
Manga: JK, Shachiku wo Kau
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JK, Shachiku wo Kau
Basically the same story where a depressed office worker doesnt like his current life but suddenly a highschool girl comes in his life who kind of bullies him into being her dog and do chores etc.
Manga: Fairy Tail
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Fairy Tail
Manga: Black Clover
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Black Clover
Both universes are fictive and use magical power. There are also guilds with badass and mysterious members. Both of these mangas are nekketsu shonen so the protagonists will power up and will make new friends throughout the volumes. To me, these mangas are more targeted at children/young teenagers! Enjoy !!
Manga: JK Haru wa Isekai de Shoufu ni Natta
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JK Haru wa Isekai de Shoufu ni Natta
Manga: Valhalla Ochinchin-kan
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Valhalla Ochinchin-kan
Both have the same protagonist who got transported into an alternate world to which both ended up working in the sex industry.....However, in one manga the protagonist there is girl who is looking for a way out of her disgusting job , while in the other manga the protagonist there is a boy who seemly enjoys his job of doing a lot of females.
Manga: Koimonogatari
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Koimonogatari
Manga: Ao no Flag
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Ao no Flag
Both delve in the pain of being outed in a very poignant fashion. The main characters of each title is able to move forward and take on the judgementality of his peers thanks to the allies he has giving him courage. Both also have at least one female character that isn't just a plot device, as is the case with BL, but a compelling character in her own right.
Manga: Blame!
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Blame!
Manga: Made in Abyss
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Made in Abyss
Both series have a tendency of having the main characters explore areas of gargantuan magnitude and unknownness both comprising of mystery and dangerous creatures there are characters with similar abilities to be able to fire lasers that blow through everything as well
Manga: Vinland Saga
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Vinland Saga
Manga: Hawkwood
...then you might like
Hawkwood
Seinen, historical, action-packed, medieval age. Both main characters are based on real historical personage. And both of them starts immediately in the heat of siege warfare. Though later in the show they may deviate some more as Vinland Saga focus more on England / Denmark, revenge and exploration(?), while Hawkwood is still centered around battle, warfare and army building.
Manga: River's Edge
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River's Edge
Manga: Not Simple
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Not Simple
Both include the topic of being gay, family problems and tragedies in the characters' lives. Both of the arts also have somewhat similar styles.
Manga: Uchi no Ko no Tame naraba, Ore wa Moshikashitara Maou mo Taoseru kamo Shirenai.
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Uchi no Ko no Tame naraba, Ore wa Moshikashitara Maou mo Taoseru kamo Shirenai.
Manga: Boukensha License wo Hakudatsu sareta Ossan dakedo, Manamusume ga Dekita node Nonbiri Jinsei wo Ouka suru
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Boukensha License wo Hakudatsu sareta Ossan dakedo, Manamusume ga Dekita node Nonbiri Jinsei wo Ouka suru
Both have an adventure taking care of a young girl. They would do anything for the young girl happiness. both young girls have a secret that the enemy what them dead.
Manga: S-Rank Boukensha de Aru Ore no Musume-tachi wa Juudo no Fathercon deshita
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S-Rank Boukensha de Aru Ore no Musume-tachi wa Juudo no Fathercon deshita
Manga: Tensei Kenja wa Musume to Kurasu.
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Tensei Kenja wa Musume to Kurasu.
When a talented person somehow adopted or is taking care of 3 girls who each have special trait that the person is also good at and is teaching them… I believe they would be the prodigy when they get older.
Manga: Tomodachi Game
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Tomodachi Game
Manga: Deatte 5-byou de Battle
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Deatte 5-byou de Battle
Both have a very similar mc Both mc are very smart Both MC stuck in the game (tomodachi game is stuck playing a game to retrieve the debts while Deatte 5-byou de Battle is stuck playing the game for freedom) Both very enjoyable for their smart calculations about fights/mysteries
Manga: Doubt
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Doubt
Manga: Life Game
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Life Game
- Random group of people waking up in random place and forced to play a survival game - Both of charas in the serie have something on them that could help to unlock something - Depents on number of chapter, Life Game are longer
Manga: Ookami to Koushinryou
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Ookami to Koushinryou
Manga: Sousou no Frieren
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Sousou no Frieren
The world is big, and there are still many things that one haven't known of, so adventure is something unavoidable. However, the world is also small enough, for bonds to be founded and last for a life time. European medieval fictionary world, a character of wisdom, myths, 'spices' and life on the roads are their shares of identity.
Manga: Honomieru Shounen
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Honomieru Shounen
Manga: Red Hood
...then you might like
Red Hood
Both are horror-themed action series featuring creepy monster designs, have a quirky supporting cast, and both their one-shots were winners of Jump's Golden Future Cup.
Manga: Time Paradox Ghost Writer
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Time Paradox Ghost Writer
Manga: Red Hood
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Red Hood
Both are by fairly inexperienced newcomers and feature meta commentary, time skips, and have crazy plot twists that happen in the seventh chapter.
Manga: Samurai 8: Hachimaru Den
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Samurai 8: Hachimaru Den
Manga: Red Hood
...then you might like
Red Hood
Both are exposition-heavy with a slow-paced beginning, have a young hero with a tragic past, a unique art style, an imaginative world, and literally the same editor.
Manga: Hikari to Tomo ni...: Jiheishouji wo Kakaete
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Hikari to Tomo ni...: Jiheishouji wo Kakaete
Manga: Koe no Katachi
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Koe no Katachi
Both series involve people with disabilities and struggles through society. Both also involve parents who struggle for their children. Only difference is that one involves autism (With the Light) and the other involves deafness (A Silent Voice). There is also more bullying in ASV than in WTL. Also the mother in the former series is more strict and cynical while the mother in the latter series is more kind, supportive and idealistic. That being said, ASL is more depressing than WTL.
Manga: Act-age
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Act-age
Manga: Oshi no Ko
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Oshi no Ko
The overall premise of the two series is very similar in how they show and inform the readers of the behind-the-scenes of the entertainment industry of Japan. The main characters of the two series is also pretty similar. They are both teenage actors that is dealing with heavy trauma, and are unknowingly evolving as a person at the same time they are evolving as an actor. All in all, Oshi no Ko filled the deep void that the tragic end of Act-Age left me with.
Manga: MF Ghost
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MF Ghost
Manga: GT-giRl
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GT-giRl
Both manga are about car racing and are set in the future where internal combustion engines are becoming a thing of the past outside of racing.
Manga: Tokyo卍Revengers
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Tokyo卍Revengers
Manga: Shinu hodo Kimi no Shojo ga Hoshii
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Shinu hodo Kimi no Shojo ga Hoshii
Both manga's have a similar idea of time travel, going back to the past and future to solve certain cases and problems. Which also creates more issues for the main character. They also focus on the romance aspect alot
Manga: Houkago wa Kissaten de
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Houkago wa Kissaten de
Manga: Kubo-san wa Mob wo Yurusanai
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Kubo-san wa Mob wo Yurusanai
It's a calm and peaceful romance, the female main character is very cute and the male main character is kind of lonely In general the development of the main characters is very fast compared to others but also not so fast that they are dating in 5 chapters. As I said before, it's a very calm and cute manga, which leaves you with a smile on your face while reading, I highly recommend this work as I want it to become more popular Sorry for my bad English and for the google translation
Manga: Horimiya
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Horimiya
Manga: Houkago wa Kissaten de
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Houkago wa Kissaten de
It's a calm and peaceful romance, the female main character is very cute and the male main character is kind of lonely In general the development of the main characters is very fast compared to others but also not so fast that they are dating in 5 chapters. As I said before, it's a very calm and cute manga, which leaves you with a smile on your face while reading, I highly recommend this work as I want it to become more popular Sorry for my bad English and for the google translation
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: Boys Run the Riot
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Boys Run the Riot
I know....sounds crazy but hear me out. Both stories begin with main character that have depression caused by their bodies and they both need to undergo a certain changes to achieve a piece of mind. Both also need to become more confident and neither of them has anyone in their lives until a super duper tall cool guy that stands out from other people comes into their lives. At first both these cool dudes dont care about MCs. And then they do because MCs convince them. Cool dudes take on the roles of mentors and bond over something that they both care about. Read it
Manga: Gakkougurashi!
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Gakkougurashi!
Manga: Afterschool War Activities
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Afterschool War Activities
Schoolchildren in an apocalypse in progress, while trying to maintain their school life.
Manga: Sidonia no Kishi
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Sidonia no Kishi
Manga: Houseki no Kuni
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Houseki no Kuni
Oddly similar, both have post human characters with unique conditions. In both stories the MC starts off naive, under the guidance of a benevolent authoritarian, but starts to become more skilled and uncover more about their surroundings/situation. Both stories manage a large cast of important side characters very well. Both have the feeling of being aboard a 'ship' - a self-reliant, self-sufficient, but isolated group where each member has an important role to play. In both stories the personalities and actions of the characters have a very direct and severe impact on the trajectory of the story itself - the characters drive the story more than vice-versa. Both have incredibly unique and fascinating world-building. Defintely check the other out if you like unique stories!
Manga: Blue Lock
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Blue Lock
Manga: Wondance
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Wondance
These are two sports(?) mangas that show the characters improving constantly, both in their sport-related skills and in their understanding of themselves through said sport. They have a similar feel where the dynamic art allows you to really immerse yourself in dance/soccer even if you aren't interested otherwise. Both are really amazing mangas which allow you to feel the passion of the characters through the pages.
Manga: Yankee-kun to Megane-chan
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Yankee-kun to Megane-chan
Manga: Machida-kun no Sekai
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Machida-kun no Sekai
Both manga's protagonists are not very smart and are generally unskilled but have a strong desire to help others. Both manga also focus on the friends the protagonists make and the relationships between them all. Adachi and Machida (the protagonists of each manga) also start out fairly lonely before meeting their group of friends. (also, not really worth noting, but both protagonists wear glasses) Although the concepts are similar, they are very different in tone. Yankee-kun to Megane-chan is very lighthearted and comedic, while Machida-kun no Sekai is, while not completely serious, not as lighthearted as the former.
Manga: Honzuki no Gekokujou: Shisho ni Naru Tame ni wa Shudan wo Erandeiraremasen
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Honzuki no Gekokujou: Shisho ni Naru Tame ni wa Shudan wo Erandeiraremasen
Manga: Jiisama ga Iku
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Jiisama ga Iku
Both protagonists were reincarnated in another world from modern times and use modern inventions to improve the quality of life for people in their new world which are both akin to medieval society. Both series are incredibly sweet, wholesome and focused around children and their happiness, 'Jii-sama ga Iku' is about an old man bringing happiness to kids through sweets, toys and overall behaviour and 'Ascendance of a Bookworm' is about making books for the kids to have fun with. Both series have magic, although it isn't as prevalent in 'Ascendance of a Bookworm' in the beginning as it is in 'Jii-sama ga Iku', but it does pick up later on.
Manga: Komi-san wa, Comyushou desu.
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Komi-san wa, Comyushou desu.
Manga: Koe ga Dasenai Shoujo wa "Kanojo ga Yasashisugiru" to Omotteiru
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Koe ga Dasenai Shoujo wa "Kanojo ga Yasashisugiru" to Omotteiru
The main characters might not have the exact same condition but both of them want to make many friends during their high school life.
Manga: Tongari Boushi no Atelier
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Tongari Boushi no Atelier
Manga: Shadows House
...then you might like
Shadows House
Whimsical with a little dark atmosphere. Stories about a little girl going through their days, slowly unraveling the mystery of respective worlds. Although different in setting, both is set in a fantasy world that is written thoughtfully. The MC having little knowledge on their respective worlds creates the suspense of both manga. Through its artwork and mystery, both gave that kind of dark atmosphere, but toned down with the cast with colorful personalities in each series.
Manga: Overlord
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Overlord
Manga: Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
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Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
MC was a human, somehow transforms into a monster and leads a large group of monsters in a magical world. Rimuru's and Momonga's behavior feel oddly similar.
Manga: Homunculus
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Homunculus
Manga: Ubume no Natsu
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Ubume no Natsu
Ubume no natsu is a psychological mystery. Homunculus is something similar,but longer. Both are mindfuck! And the peace you feel at the end when everything makes sense.......amazing.
Manga: Suzumiya Haruhi Series
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Suzumiya Haruhi Series
Manga: Koten-bu Series
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Koten-bu Series
Similar character dynamics of male protagonist who just wants to live his life and energetic girl who keeps dragging him into activities. Both frequently center around mysteries, though in case of Haruhi often of supernatural origins.
Manga: Koten-bu Series
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Koten-bu Series
Manga: Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Comedy wa Machigatteiru.
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Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Comedy wa Machigatteiru.
Novels set in high school, centered around antisocial but smart male lead and his social circle (yes, antisocial lead with a social circle) with plot centered mostly about solving high school related issues.
Manga: SQ: Begin W/Your Name!
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SQ: Begin W/Your Name!
Manga: Sasaki to Miyano
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Sasaki to Miyano
Both are gay And they also follow a similar patterns in writing. Main characters of both stories are pretty similar to each other as are their romances. Both are super wholesome and HEALTHY relationships. Read it if you are tired of unhealthy gay or lesbian relationships in other manga.
Manga: Lookism
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Lookism
Manga: Viral Hit
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Viral Hit
Same author and similar concept, you'll see references to each other in both series. Lookism currently has a complicated, more action and drama focused plot than Viral Hit's. Viral Hit feels like Lookism's early fun days before everything went wrong.
Manga: Fire Punch
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Fire Punch
Manga: Jigokuraku
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Jigokuraku
fujimoto sensei's first manga series fire punch in a sense in similar to yuji kaku's jigokuraku as both has a dark setting which is very uncommon in the shonen genre. Though jigokuraku is plot driven whereas fire punch is very much a character driven story. Hope people enjoy reading both(PS: though some may not enjoy fire punch,lol)
Manga: Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou
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Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou
Manga: Aria
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Aria
Cute girls doing cute things would be a later concern, but for their time being, the first priority was to enjoy the little things to the fullest, and the two splendidly fulfilled their roles, though Yokohama Kaidashi is insignificantly ahead. Beautiful artistry amongst panels, fair amount of characters/ characteristics amongst characters provide simultaneously comfort and the thirst for more.
Manga: Kamisama ga Uso wo Tsuku.
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Kamisama ga Uso wo Tsuku.
Manga: Cider no You ni Kotoba ga Wakiagaru
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Cider no You ni Kotoba ga Wakiagaru
These are both romance mangas about one unforgettable summer... Similar vibes with the great romance and friendships, plus the overall mood of middle school summer vacation. Give them both a shot.
Manga: Spy x Family
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Spy x Family
Manga: Yozakura-san Chi no Daisakusen
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Yozakura-san Chi no Daisakusen
Both Spy Family Both married (both developing feelings but Yozakura is more progressive) Although the Yozakura is a bit Shounen-ish (I know both are shounens but Yozakura is giving the more teenage vibe) it's worth to read)
Manga: Chrono Trigger - Do your Best, Chrono-kun!
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Chrono Trigger - Do your Best, Chrono-kun!
Manga: Xenosaga Episode I
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Xenosaga Episode I
Both are based on popular jrpg series and focus on sci-fi fantasy storylines.
Manga: Alien 9
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Alien 9
Manga: Narutaru: Mukuro Naru Hoshi Tama Taru Ko
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Narutaru: Mukuro Naru Hoshi Tama Taru Ko
As said, both are grotesque but adorable stories about the owners of little beings and their daily lives.
Manga: Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou
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Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou
Manga: Mushishi
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Mushishi
Their worlds share the same vibes, and that's what makes one day in the life a day in the life. As a result, these two are the very foundation/ peak of Slice of Life. I can't explain, there exist simultaneously satisfaction and hunger for more. Again, my preference is ink colour to the rest. XD
Manga: Domestic na Kanojo
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Domestic na Kanojo
Manga: Omiai Aite wa Oshiego, Tsuyoki na, Mondaiji.
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Omiai Aite wa Oshiego, Tsuyoki na, Mondaiji.
Both manga are about Teacher-students relationship, if you love Domestic na Kanojo and if you are a big fan of Hina, then I'm sure you'll gonna love "My matchmaking partner is my student and a troublemaker", and if you love "my matchmaking partner is my student and a troublemaker" and you want more spice, then you'll gonna love "Domestic na Kanojo"
Manga: Hetakoi
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Hetakoi
Manga: Fuufu Ijou, Koibito Miman.
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Fuufu Ijou, Koibito Miman.
Drama? Misunderstandings? Love triangle? Love regrets? Underrated Dumpster fire? Yesss, they both have some element of it...
Manga: Need a Girl!
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Need a Girl!
Manga: Grand Blue
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Grand Blue
Both mangas will make you laugh so hard your stomach hurts. Both mangas have many over the top ecchi and lewd scenes. Both the males and the females are airheaded. Basically who needs enemies when you have friends like these.
Manga: Shoukoku no Altair
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Shoukoku no Altair
Manga: Yume no Shizuku Kin no Torikago
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Yume no Shizuku Kin no Torikago
Both manga are set in variations of the Ottoman Empire. They have a strong historical flavor, with emphasis on politics. Altair is focused on soldiers, so it has a stronger emphasis on warfare, while much of the drama of Drops Of Dreams takes place in the imperial harem. That said, both feature plenty of action and intrigue.
Manga: Chainsaw Man
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Chainsaw Man
Manga: Shounen no Abyss
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Shounen no Abyss
-Similar dark and at times hopeless atmosphere -Psychological and existential, with a lot of depressing themes -Consistently explaining motivations behind everyone's action without imposing generic set of morals -Similar art -Similar protagonists (If you ever happened to read these two at the same time you'd see many parallels between Denji and Reiji: Besides being blonde, frail , depressed 17-year olds finding themselves in hopeless circumstances, and with bleak outlooks in future, they are susceptible to influences of others and some of the main part of plot progression is them being taken advantage of/toyed by manipulative people, who happen to be female villain-protagonists -Same "hot_garbage_dumpster_fire_I_wonder_what_is_going_to_happen_next" factor Those who enjoyed one are very likely to like the other
Manga: Black Cat
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Black Cat
Manga: Bungou Stray Dogs
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Bungou Stray Dogs
Black Cat and Bungou Stray Dogs don't have the most similar story. In fact, the storylines are very different. But the tone, atmosphere and some of the characters are pretty similar. Both manga have a mix of serious and funny moments (Black Cat has a bit more comedy compared to Bungou Stray Dogs, but this is probably due to the former being a shounen and the latter being a seinen), and the dynamic between Train and Sven is very similar to the dynamic between Dazai and Kunikida, except Train is a lot less suicidal. While both are different, there are still some similarities between the two, and I believe that fans of one will also like the other!
Manga: Death Note
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Death Note
Manga: Billy Bat
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Billy Bat
Both involve a supernatural being coming into the human world in the form of manuscript. The supernatural being causes mayhem throughout the world while it sits back and observes amusedly. Police, detectives, and government powers are all involved in pursuing the manuscript linked to the supernatural being. There is lots of mystery, suspense, and darkness. Both MCs are consumed with pressure, responsibility, and power which makes them descend to madness.
Manga: Signal 100
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Signal 100
Manga: Kyoushitsu Jibaku Club
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Kyoushitsu Jibaku Club
Death game type manga, where the reason the game is revenge for being bullied. Very similar in theme as well as content.
Manga: Mizutama Honey Boy
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Mizutama Honey Boy
Manga: Kawaisugiru Danshi ga Ouchi de Matteimasu
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Kawaisugiru Danshi ga Ouchi de Matteimasu
cute, effeminate, and careful boy dates with a girl without vanity
Manga: Koisuru Kiseichuu
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Koisuru Kiseichuu
Manga: Mikkakan no Koufuku
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Mikkakan no Koufuku
From the same author, Sugaru Miaki Both characters experience tragedies in their life Also both have romances in the end
Manga: Kimetsu no Yaiba
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Kimetsu no Yaiba
Manga: Orient
...then you might like
Orient
-They both deal with evil supernatural creatures -They are both have a special force to deal with these evil creatures -they both have a mc that goes on journey to defeat these monsters -they Both have great battles and are shounen -they both have a colored swords to kill these monsters If you enjoyed Kimetsu no Yaiba I recommend this to you
Manga: Sono Bisque Doll wa Koi wo Suru
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Sono Bisque Doll wa Koi wo Suru
Manga: Chihiro-kun wa, Atashi Holic.
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Chihiro-kun wa, Atashi Holic.
Both MC Loves making cloth And they get to Know the MFC by making cloths
Manga: Onanie Master Kurosawa
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Onanie Master Kurosawa
Manga: Danshi Toilet de Machiawase
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Danshi Toilet de Machiawase
Because Danshi Toilet De Machiawase is a compilation of one-shots the plots and themes vary drastically with each chapter, but talking about the one that gives name to the collection, it has a similar plot to Onanie Master Kurosawa, in the sense that both are about social outcasts meeting eachother in the toilet only that at the beginning the roles are reversed and we'll it's a one-shot, it never got past it's only chapter so the similarity stays superficially, the other individual chapters for the most part stay on the same vein of slice of life with or without something disgusting involved like Kurosawa (like Immote).
Manga: Fire Punch
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Fire Punch
Manga: Ningyou no Kuni
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Ningyou no Kuni
They share an apocalyptic scenario marked by snow and polar cold.
Manga: Otouto no Otto
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Otouto no Otto
Manga: Ao no Flag
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Ao no Flag
Did you hate Ao no Flag horribly rushed ending arc? Do you want something much nicer pace and deals with being gay in Japan with a much more delicate and profound touch? Then do I have a recommendation for you. Otouto no Otto is the perfect homophoic introspection story, there is no annoying sense of being overdramatic, it handles all of its subject matters carefully and it does it in a very concise manner. Firstly, this story's situation setting is goddamn a work of genius, it allows for a perfectly melancholic tone which the author makes sure to never drive too far from. It never becomes overly dramatic, overly happy, nothing because the whole manga is about acceptance and regret. The main MC that is the dad goes through honestly one of the most smooth, well paced character arcs of all time, being slow to realize his shortcomings of how he thinks of other people. He is constantly reflecting throughout the book about all the situations past and future that he might have to deal with when it comes to gays and I think that's fantastic. After reading the trashfire ending that was Ao no Flag’s story this was a nice needed refreshment of the subject matter. It handles the topic of Japan's tendency towards negative stereotyping very well and makes sure to always treat it very delicately. I highly recommend this to anybody who is looking for a good yaoi read that's not even really about yaoi, it's short, sweet and beautifully melancholic. It has a great bittersweet ending and more than deserves its praise so give it a read if you haven’t
Manga: Kingdom
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Kingdom
Manga: Solo Leveling
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Solo Leveling
Both Works are about a person who starts from nothing and gradually gets stronger through training and experience. We get to see every single step of it and see their accomplishments owing to the fact that nothing gets skipped. Both works are very action-packed and will hook you from the get-go. Kingdom is a tactical military historical fiction while solo leveling is fantasy fiction with some political flair to it.
Manga: Hapi Mari: Happy Marriage!?
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Hapi Mari: Happy Marriage!?
Manga: Takane to Hana
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Takane to Hana
Almost the same thing, but more Romance and mature
Manga: Outsider Communication
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Outsider Communication
Manga: Bokutachi wa Mada Aoku
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Bokutachi wa Mada Aoku
There's undeniable attraction and curiosity between the characters. The uke's pale hair sparkles when the sunlight hits which the seme finds beautiful. The seme finds a way to get close to the uke. They spend time together studying and as they get closer they open up to each other. The seme also has a tendency to be touchy which makes the uke flustered. They start dating after the seme confesses.
Manga: Henshin Ganbou!
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Henshin Ganbou!
Manga: Parasol Doumei
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Parasol Doumei
Both of these manga involve someone liking someone other than the female MC. At first that looks like the only similarity, but the ending shows how they really are a lot more similar
Manga: Toradora!
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Toradora!
Manga: Zero no Tsukaima
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Zero no Tsukaima
If you like the type of character that is the female protagonist in any of these series, that is tsundere for the most part, you're almost bound to like the other one, from personality, action, romance, even the character design is similar, there might be some influence from one to the other going there, Zero no tsukaima is fantasy and romance with the isekai type of plot, while Toradora is romance and slice of life with a much more mundane setting, but everything that you may like from the protagonists and the romance aspect is present in both.
Manga: Souten no Koumori
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Souten no Koumori
Manga: Shinobi no Kuni
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Shinobi no Kuni
Both these manga talk about ninja life. It is a cruel, inhumane life, simply because human lives are easy to take. Money and mission reign supreme in the priority order of shinobi. Shinobi no Kuni has lots of blood, darkness. And both are amazing to read.
Manga: Tasatsu Shigan
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Tasatsu Shigan
Manga: Sotsugyou Zanshushiki
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Sotsugyou Zanshushiki
Gruesome doujinshi with "wholesome" snuff as the characters happily die/are killed, children included. Both are by the same author.
Manga: Otonari no Tenshi-sama ni Itsunomanika Dame Ningen ni Sareteita Ken
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Otonari no Tenshi-sama ni Itsunomanika Dame Ningen ni Sareteita Ken
Manga: Tokidoki Bosotto Russia-go de Dereru Tonari no Aalya-san
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Tokidoki Bosotto Russia-go de Dereru Tonari no Aalya-san
Both of them have very popular female leads and unmotivated male leads. Both the novels have a setup in which both characters don't realize they like the other yet steadily grow closer.
Manga: Blaster Knuckle
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Blaster Knuckle
Manga: Red
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Red
Taking place in 1880s America, both stories are about a discriminated race taking revenge on the people who killed their family. Blaster Knuckle is about killing demons whereas Red's antagonists are an army platoon.
Manga: Shingeki no Kyojin
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Shingeki no Kyojin
Manga: Houseki no Kuni
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Houseki no Kuni
Similar shounen protagonist deconstruction tropes. If you like Phos's journey, you'll like Eren's, and vice versa.
Manga: Dosukebe Elf no Ishukan Nikki
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Dosukebe Elf no Ishukan Nikki
Manga: Hentai Elf to Majime Orc
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Hentai Elf to Majime Orc
Perverted comedies about perverted elf and her enormous libido and sexual appetite.
Manga: Dororo
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Dororo
Manga: Kyoufu Jigoku Shoujo
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Kyoufu Jigoku Shoujo
Child born as deformed is shunned by its parents and has to struggle through life in attempt to be more human.
Manga: Kami nomi zo Shiru Sekai
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Kami nomi zo Shiru Sekai
Manga: Succubus & Hitman
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Succubus & Hitman
I really don’t want to compare these two but… Both have a demon who makes a contract with a boy who collect souls for Hel. It’s just one is more comedic and they other is more serious and lewd, more lewd then Kami nomi zo Shiru Sekai. The difference is the method they collect the souls and pretty much everything else beside the collecting of souls for Hel
Manga: Lilim Kiss
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Lilim Kiss
Manga: Succubus & Hitman
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Succubus & Hitman
Both have a school boy and a Succubus that have a unique relationship. other similarities include: 1. Lewd 2. Demons 3. Super powers
Manga: Princess Lucia
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Princess Lucia
Manga: Succubus & Hitman
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Succubus & Hitman
Both have a demon and a young boy that have a unique relationship Just a warning Succubus & Hitman is more for young adults while Princess Lucia is more for 15+
Manga: Tongari Boushi no Atelier
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Tongari Boushi no Atelier
Manga: Toshokan no Daimajutsushi
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Toshokan no Daimajutsushi
Both are similar and very recommended fantasy series. - has a good writing and storytelling. - has a great world building. - has a very interesting fantasy, magic and adventure show. - has a simple premise, but well executed. - has an passionate protagonist. - has a amazing details on the art style. Passion for books and passion for magic.
Manga: Totsukuni no Shoujo
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Totsukuni no Shoujo
Manga: Toshokan no Daimajutsushi
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Toshokan no Daimajutsushi
I think both are similar, despite Magus is pure fantasy, whereas Totsukuni is a dark fantasy. - has a good writing and storytelling. - has a good world building. - has a very interesting fantasy, magic and adventure show. - has a simple premise, but well executed. - have a heartwarming family story
Manga: Oyasumi Punpun
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Oyasumi Punpun
Manga: Kokou no Hito
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Kokou no Hito
Both are similar. Have a persevered dream catcher's protagonist, a protagonist who is overshadowed by the issue of loneliness, dark themes such as depression, and also both tell about maturity, identity and the meaning of life. Both have very beautiful and great art style.
Manga: Out
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Out
Manga: Bouncer
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Bouncer
Both have the same author. Serious manga with street fights, gangs and a lot of violence.
Manga: Girl Friends
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Girl Friends
Manga: Dekisokonai no Himegimi-tachi
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Dekisokonai no Himegimi-tachi
While Girl Friends doesn't portray a once bully & the bullied relationship then becoming lovers, there are very common themes between both of the GL manga. The "beautification" and certain character insecure are shared between the two, among others. If you have read one of these stories, I recommended the other!
Manga: BioPlanet WoO
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BioPlanet WoO
Manga: Nekota no Koto ga Kininatte Shikatanai.
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Nekota no Koto ga Kininatte Shikatanai.
The dynamic between MC and male lead are similar. Kind of surreal/magical realism elements going on both. Both are so pure!
Manga: D.Gray-man
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D.Gray-man
Manga: Soul Eater
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Soul Eater
D.Gray-man and Soul Eater have very similar environments and the art style is somewhat similar as well. The Halloween themed atmosphere of both are very similar as well. Both manga have a dark story with quite a bit of comedic moments sprinkled in. Soul Eater is more lighthearted than D.Gray-man, but it gets pretty dark later on as well. Check out both!
Manga: Gintama
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Gintama
Manga: Uruha no Sekai de Arisugawa
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Uruha no Sekai de Arisugawa
Both series have similar locker-room styles of humor, and both have a pseudo-historical Japanese setting. Gintama is very long, but complete, while Arisugawa is ongoing, but only has a few chapters translated, so one can fill any hole in your life left by the other. Both stories are very fun.
Manga: Angel Densetsu
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Angel Densetsu
Manga: Tearmoon Teikoku Monogatari: Dantoudai kara Hajimaru, Hime no Tensei Gyakuten Story @comic
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Tearmoon Teikoku Monogatari: Dantoudai kara Hajimaru, Hime no Tensei Gyakuten Story @comic
although their premises are very different they both derive their comedy from extreme social misunderstandings while slowly accidentally building a respectful reputation for themselves
Manga: Hanshin
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Hanshin
Manga: Kyoufu Jigoku Shoujo
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Kyoufu Jigoku Shoujo
(As Hanshin is a collection of short stories, this recommendation is specifically for the titular Hanshin story.) Both of these 80's manga deal with twin sisters, one of them being pretty while the other one is ugly and shunned by others.
Manga: Monster
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Monster
Manga: Kyoufu Jigoku Shoujo
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Kyoufu Jigoku Shoujo
Manga that explores the concept of twins and one of them being evil, and how the circumstances might influence whether one is evil. Both of these are horrors, though Monster is more on the psychological side and Hell Baby more on the visually gruesome side.
Manga: Jigoku no Komoriuta
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Jigoku no Komoriuta
Manga: Kyoufu Jigoku Shoujo
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Kyoufu Jigoku Shoujo
Hino Hideshi horror manga about a pair birthing a deformed creepy baby and how wrong it goes.
Manga: Kyoufu Jigoku Shoujo
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Kyoufu Jigoku Shoujo
Manga: Kaiki! Jigoku Mandara
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Kaiki! Jigoku Mandara
Vintage 80's horror manga about creepy kids. Though ones that might be creepy, but this is isn't the only dimension to their characters, and reader could perhaps even pity them. Both are by the same author.
Manga: Sazae-san
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Sazae-san
Manga: Tobacco-ya no Musume
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Tobacco-ya no Musume
Vintage portrayal of a daily live of actually average Japanese people. Sazae-san leans more into comedy while Cigarette Girl more into drama.
Manga: Giant Robo
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Giant Robo
Manga: Tetsujin 28-gou
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Tetsujin 28-gou
Vintage very old school manga about young boy and remote controled giant robo. Both of these are progenitors to the mecha genre as we know it today.
Manga: Misumisou
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Misumisou
Manga: Kyoushitsu Jibaku Club
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Kyoushitsu Jibaku Club
People who get bullied take revenge (in the form of murder).
Manga: Kuragehime
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Kuragehime
Manga: Kitai Fuku ga Aru
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Kitai Fuku ga Aru
The heroines of these series are extremely similar. Tsukimi and Mami are both shy and insecure girls whose worlds are expanded when they meet a flashy boy (Kuranosuke on “Kuragehime” and Ozawa on “Kitai fuku ga aru”). This boy is interested in fashion and doesn’t care about others’ opinions. Both mangas are aimed towards an older audience, so if you enjoyed one of these stories, probably you'll enjoy the other.
Manga: Unlucky Boy Undead Girl
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Unlucky Boy Undead Girl
Manga: Kuroha to Nijisuke
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Kuroha to Nijisuke
Both have a burly dude with a case of bad luck but they still manage to survive. Find a girl in almost the same way and are cornered by gang, agency etc. Element of romance are quite similar.
Manga: Paradise Kiss
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Paradise Kiss
Manga: The One
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The One
Both stories are focused on romance,fashion industry and features many colorful characters in its cast.
Manga: Hideout
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Hideout
Manga: Sayuri
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Sayuri
Both are 'pure' horror stories lacking comedy and weirdness, instead opting into atmosphere and appealing more to primal fear. They also make strong use of shadows to reveal only part of what's scary, leaving a lot to the imagination.
Manga: Ibitsu
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Ibitsu
Manga: Sayuri
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Sayuri
Both are 'pure' horror stories. To compare to Junji Ito's stuff, they lack comedy and weirdness, and instead build creeping horror and atmosphere to attempt to deliver a real scare.
Manga: Spirit Circle
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Spirit Circle
Manga: Zense Coupling
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Zense Coupling
Both manga are about reincarnation and the reunion of people who knew each other in a past life. Although Spirit Circle focuses more on the main character's different past lives while Zense Coupling focuses more on romance, both are about the relationships between characters and how those relationships were affected by the characters' past lives.
Manga: Shoujo Tsubaki
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Shoujo Tsubaki
Manga: Tomino no Jigoku
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Tomino no Jigoku
Bizzare stories about freaks of nature. Both of these horror manga are by the same author.
Manga: Genjitsu Shugi Yuusha no Oukoku Saikenki
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Genjitsu Shugi Yuusha no Oukoku Saikenki
Manga: Santairiku Eiyuuki
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Santairiku Eiyuuki
They're pretty much the same thing really, or at least the plot/premise anyway. Isekai character that deal with administrating their kingdom, facing many oppositions and solving them one way or another. The biggest different early on is one stays a human the other reborn into an elf... I'm not gonna say which exactly since that might break an unwritten rule, but I like one more than the other. This is more of a one-sided recommendation honestly.
Manga: The Great Catsby
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The Great Catsby
Manga: Beastars
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Beastars
Both of these are basically human daily life drama told through anthropomorphic animals, just that in Great Catsby it's strictly cats, while Beastars has more species.
Manga: 5-toubun no Hanayome
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5-toubun no Hanayome
Manga: Megami no Café Terrace
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Megami no Café Terrace
Megami no Cafe Terrace is like the chill, laid-back version of Quintessential Quintuplets. But even though it's more mellow, it marks all the boxes for slice-of-life romance: beautifully-drawn female love interests, sumptuous fanservice, and heart-pounding character interactions. Within even just the first 5 chapters, you'll surely already have a favorite waifu-- Seo Kouji's characterization is just that strong. Since this is a Seo Kouji work after all, keep in mind the exposition will be *very* drawn out, and meant to be slowly enjoyed-- like a cup of high-grade tea-- in order to take in all the subtle characterizations and situational tension. So sit back, and enjoy your favorite waifu before the story eventually ramps up the drama in the classic Seo Kouji way. It's a slow burn, but my god -- the way Seo works a story is just beautiful.
Manga: Berserk
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Berserk
Manga: Devilman
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Devilman
Berserk was based on devilman in so many levels, the depictions of demons look like comming from hell itself, the antagonist is a femboy sexy son of a bitch and share the same duality between protagonist and antagonist, akira and ryo with guts and griffith, and both share the same brutal and dark setting
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