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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: Maou no Musume wa Yasashisugiru!!
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Maou no Musume wa Yasashisugiru!!
Both are very cute. In Maou no Musume the Demon King puts a halt on conquering the world because his daugther is so kind (not to mention cute). In Uchi no Ko, an adventurer takes in a demon child and treats her as his daughter. Also very cute. If you like one, you have a high chance of liking the other!
Manga: Otouto no Otto
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Otouto no Otto
Manga: Shimanami Tasogare
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Shimanami Tasogare
Both of these stories are lovely! They're about family and overcoming prejudice. I like them because I think they're good representation to queer people. I can imagine a gay person reading either of these stories and feeling a little comforted by either. I think that's what I really appreciate about them. I'm very grateful to stories like these. Plus they're both a bit literary in their symbolism and art I guess? idk if that's the right word for it. But visual metaphors and that kind of stuff if that's your jam.
Manga: Shokugeki no Souma
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Shokugeki no Souma
Manga: Kakegurui
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Kakegurui
Both are non-battle-battle-manga that set in a High School that revolves around a particular activity (cooking / Gambling) Both have a protagonist that enters the school, makes friends and immediately starts disrupting the status quo. Both have strong art, and both are generally popular series. If you have tried one and liked it, I highly recommend the other.
Manga: Nickelodeon
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Nickelodeon
Manga: Daidai wa, Hantoumei ni Nidone suru
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Daidai wa, Hantoumei ni Nidone suru
Collections of bizzare stories with weird plots that are contrasted by a cute and atypical artstyle.
Manga: Honto Yajuu
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Honto Yajuu
Manga: Blue Sky Complex
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Blue Sky Complex
both are in the yaoi / bl genre. both have interesting plots and well written characters. tbh theyre both pretty good.
Manga: Joshi Shougakusei Hajimemashita P!
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Joshi Shougakusei Hajimemashita P!
Manga: Oniichan wa Oshimai!
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Oniichan wa Oshimai!
in both plots the protagonist is turned into a little girl
Manga: Return
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Return
Manga: Kamisama no Ekohiiki
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Kamisama no Ekohiiki
What if your bestbro got into an accident and came back to life as a cute girl. Would you date them? #nohomo
Manga: Ao no Flag
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Ao no Flag
Manga: Kamisama no Ekohiiki
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Kamisama no Ekohiiki
If you’re looking for a story of unrequited love where a young girl/boy falls for their best friend then you’ve come to the right place. Although Kamieko has gender bender and supernatural elements while Blue Flag does not, at the end of the day both manga give a similar feel.
Manga: Kengan Ashura
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Kengan Ashura
Manga: Shuumatsu no Walküre
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Shuumatsu no Walküre
Both have brilliant fights and amazing backstories. I mean, who wouldn't like Gods vs Humanity!
Manga: Aku no Hana
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Aku no Hana
Manga: Bokutachi ga Yarimashita
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Bokutachi ga Yarimashita
Both are stories are about the psychological downfall of a guy being guilty for a crime he committed. Well bokutachi has many sex scenes, so that probably the most different thing. Yeah both are really similar in the themes they portray
Manga: Girl Friends
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Girl Friends
Manga: Yagate Kimi ni Naru
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Yagate Kimi ni Naru
Both manga are yuri and very well written. Yagakimi is better but, if you just finished it and want something similar with a similar level of quality, read Girlfriends.
Manga: Karneval
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Karneval
Manga: Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
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Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
Art is gorgeous in both stories. The chemistry between characters is irreplaceable. Both have non-human characters. The characters' personalities in both are really nicely presented. I enjoyed reading both of them and I would love to see them in recommendations so people can find out about them!
Manga: Karneval
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Karneval
Manga: Akatsuki no Yona
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Akatsuki no Yona
They both have gorgeous designs. In both main characters are in groups. They are trying to change things they do not like. In Akatsuki no Yona there is a romantic love story too and in Karneval, there is more of a family-like love. The chemistry between characters in both stories is amazing. All in all I think you will enjoy both series.
Manga: Akatsuki no Yona
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Akatsuki no Yona
Manga: Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
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Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
Interesting main characters, Really nice art, Great story, I guess I would recommend it because I really loved both of them so I would like to see them in recommendations. I think you will enjoy both animes and mangas <3
Manga: Sensei wa Koi wo Oshierarenai
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Sensei wa Koi wo Oshierarenai
Manga: Kou-2 ni Time Leap Shita Ore ga, Touji Suki datta Sensei ni Kokutta Kekka
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Kou-2 ni Time Leap Shita Ore ga, Touji Suki datta Sensei ni Kokutta Kekka
romance between teacher and student
Manga: Shoujo Kidan Makora
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Shoujo Kidan Makora
Manga: Kuro
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Kuro
Both are about living side by side with eldritch things.
Manga: Wa!
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Wa!
Manga: Zense Coupling
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Zense Coupling
If you're looking into another light-hearted manga with multiple couples, the other manga in here is a right choice. Being light-hearted comedy, both are pretty easy reads, although Wa! leans more towards gag comedy, while Zense Coupling is more heart warming.
Manga: Midara na Ao-chan wa Benkyou ga Dekinai
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Midara na Ao-chan wa Benkyou ga Dekinai
Manga: Mousou Telepathy
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Mousou Telepathy
Both about a girl suffering from perverted thoughts due to the influence of a person in her life. They are also both romances, but Ao-chan takes a distinctly more Shoujo-esque direction with it.
Manga: Real Girl
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Real Girl
Manga: Hajimete no Gal
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Hajimete no Gal
They both take a pretty similar base concept of a Gyaru being smashed together with a loser Otaku, but they do go in pretty different directions. Hajimete no Gal takes a more ecchi "comedy" approach while Real Girl goes for wholesome Shoujo. I still put up this recommendation for the concepts being similar, but the difference in style might be too big of a turn-off for people
Manga: 20th Century Boys
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20th Century Boys
Manga: Asadora!
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Asadora!
Both are by the same mangaka (Naoki Urasawa) and as a result have very similar artstyles. Both focus on watching the characters grow up over a very long period of time and have plots revolving around saving the world from a great threat. They also both have a large focus on themes of nostalgia and coming of age.
Manga: The Breaker
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The Breaker
Manga: Tokyo Ghoul
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Tokyo Ghoul
The use of side characters in both the mangas is really good. It's not always about the MC when you are reading these mangas.
Manga: Black Lagoon
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Black Lagoon
Manga: Jormungand
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Jormungand
Well,both have same theme.You'll understand when you'll read them.Reading is better than being spoiled.It may increase your curiosity. I can sure you one thing-Girls in both mangas are not just too much hot and but also crazy and gun freaks.
Manga: Do Chokkyuu Kareshi x Kanojo
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Do Chokkyuu Kareshi x Kanojo
Manga: Ponkotsu Fuuki Iin to Skirt-take ga Futekisetsu na JK no Hanashi
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Ponkotsu Fuuki Iin to Skirt-take ga Futekisetsu na JK no Hanashi
The manga have the same concept as this one. Where the girl is in the public moral committee while the boy is more straightforward in this one and say anything what comes to his mind. And the romance goes well with both of them trust me you'll like this so might as well give it a try.
Manga: Natsumichi Drive
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Natsumichi Drive
Manga: Houtou Musuko to Koi no Ana
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Houtou Musuko to Koi no Ana
Different art styles, different character dynamics, different approaches on the same premise, but nonetheless two great manga about the same thing: a boy that falls in love with their older cousin who also happens to be a teacher. Natsumichi feels a bit lighter while Houtou goes a bit deeper into the angst.
Manga: One Punch-Man
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One Punch-Man
Manga: Boku no Hero Academia
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Boku no Hero Academia
-both hero related themes -has both overpowered power (though, bnk shows the the life of how he master that power and one punch shows what he is after gaining an overpowered power) -both shounen -both epic (one punch has more funny moments)
Manga: Boku no Kanojo wa Saikou desu!
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Boku no Kanojo wa Saikou desu!
Manga: Tonikaku Kawaii
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Tonikaku Kawaii
- Both involve the happenings of a happy couple - Both have more humour than drama - Both have slightly less traditional art styles - The couple are not married and are a bit older in My Perfect Girlfriend however
Manga: One Punch-Man
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One Punch-Man
Manga: Shinka no Mi: Shiranai Uchi ni Kachigumi Jinsei
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Shinka no Mi: Shiranai Uchi ni Kachigumi Jinsei
In two letters: OP. Just like that, both stories revolve around these Over Powered MCs complaning about being too over powered. However, what you must remember is that both are comedies, satires of their respective genres. One punch man: it's a parody that mocks about the superheroe concept along with the archetype of the battle mainstream mangas. Shinka no mi: it's a manzai sketch full of countless tsukkomi per chapter pointing out the absurdness of the cliches seen in most of the isekai light novels. Although, if I should point a difference, the principal might be the development: One punch man jumps right into the acid humor that will, little by little, break the shell of the characters surrounding the MC, deepening the story and the world where it takes place. Shinka no mi, on the other side, has more of a childish flavor. The jokes go for an easy laugh and the development pace is SO slow, that you might think that there is none; and unless you are really into random humor, you probably will quit after the first arc ends.
Manga: Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun
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Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun
Manga: Wotaku ni Koi wa Muzukashii
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Wotaku ni Koi wa Muzukashii
They're both mainly rom-coms and both have a lot of slowburn. In gsnk the protagonists aren't in a relationship right away, however that isn't the case with wotakoi.
Manga: Gokushufudou
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Gokushufudou
Manga: Ride-On King
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Ride-On King
Same kind of absurdist humor, combination of seriousness and fantasy/light humor, shifting tonalities and genuinely positive messages.
Manga: Natural
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Natural
Manga: Sabbath Cafe
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Sabbath Cafe
These manga has similar vibe. It's about the progression of the silence-type character to become an individual that wanted to open-up. They became secretive or shut themselves out due to their past. It all thanks to people around him that he finally able to be in his true "home" where he wanted to open up, heal, and find oneself.
Manga: Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Comedy wa Machigatteiru.
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Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Comedy wa Machigatteiru.
Manga: Youkoso Jitsuryoku Shijou Shugi no Kyoushitsu e
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Youkoso Jitsuryoku Shijou Shugi no Kyoushitsu e
Similar starting at highschool life. You will like the attitude of the MC and may find similarity while reading. Both are awesome. The storyline, plots are different. You may think of Ayanokoji alike Hachiman, Horitika alike Yukino same goes for many other characters for their character design.
Manga: Shimanami Tasogare
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Shimanami Tasogare
Manga: Kanojo ga Suki na Mono wa Homo de Atte Boku dewa Nai
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Kanojo ga Suki na Mono wa Homo de Atte Boku dewa Nai
Both are similar in that both stories revolve around a high-school boy exploring his sexuality and what it means to be gay. Although Shimanami Tasogare is more wholesome.
Manga: Handa-kun
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Handa-kun
Manga: Komi-san wa, Comyushou desu.
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Komi-san wa, Comyushou desu.
Most popular person in the school (MC) thinks he/she is hated by everybody instead. Both series are high-school comedies with slightly absurd side characters and their inetraction with popular MC.
Manga: Waratte! Sotomura-san
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Waratte! Sotomura-san
Manga: Komi-san wa, Comyushou desu.
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Komi-san wa, Comyushou desu.
Shy girl MC that tries to interact with people but usually fails miserably. Also when she is stressed (beacause of communication with others) has very menacing looks. People usually make wrong assumptions about MC personality and behavior.
Manga: Arisu ga Fushigi!
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Arisu ga Fushigi!
Manga: Tokimeki Tonight
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Tokimeki Tonight
If you're interested in daily life of a teenage girl with parents from fantasy/magical entity, these manga are for you. Setting in a normal human city, any odd things in daily, school, and love life could happen, moreover in comical way since the character just happened to learn that she inherited magical power from her parents.
Manga: High Score Girl
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High Score Girl
Manga: Game Yaru kara 100-en Kashite!
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Game Yaru kara 100-en Kashite!
Romance and video games, a good mix. Both show a love for retro games and the difficult love lives of those who are into them.
Manga: Toraware Gokko
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Toraware Gokko
Manga: Kuragehime
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Kuragehime
Toraware Gokko is a shoujo rom-com about a girl who gets involved with a boy whose grandmother runs a kimono shop. Kuragehime is a josei with a character who is a kimono otaku. If you like kitsuke or kimono at all, you will enjoy the outfits in these series.
Manga: Yami no Koe
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Yami no Koe
Manga: Shin Yami no Koe - Kaidan
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Shin Yami no Koe - Kaidan
Love always works very well in junji ito manga. The problems of not being able to come together usually, but in the end with meeting in another dimension or in other ways, especially I liked this episode in 'new voices in the dark' that I read now. Both manga should definitely be read
Manga: Kenja no Mago
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Kenja no Mago
Manga: Shikkakumon no Saikyou Kenja: Sekai Saikyou no Kenja ga Sarani Tsuyokunaru Tame ni Tensei Shimashita
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Shikkakumon no Saikyou Kenja: Sekai Saikyou no Kenja ga Sarani Tsuyokunaru Tame ni Tensei Shimashita
Very similar isekai junk food Both: - Have an op mc that doesn't realize how broken his abilities are - MC "saves" two girls - one of them and the mc fall in love with each other & the friend as a wingman - MC goes from the wilderness to studying at a school The story for each manga progresses pretty much the same
Manga: Act-age
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Act-age
Manga: Oshi no Ko
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Oshi no Ko
If you liked the details of acting in Act-Age, then you may like this. The first arc covers the work that is behind the idol industry, so while it is not necessarily acting, it still has similar vibes. What is particularly similar is the ongoing second arc, where the main character himself is an actor, and is looking to cover some similar ground to Act-Age in regards to acting and the acting industry. Check this out if the these elements are what you want to look for.
Manga: Mahoutsukai no Konyakusha
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Mahoutsukai no Konyakusha
Manga: Saikyou no Shuzoku ga Ningen Datta Ken
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Saikyou no Shuzoku ga Ningen Datta Ken
They both hove some similar vibes
Manga: Crookclock
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Crookclock
Manga: Boku no Mei
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Boku no Mei
A short effective romantic story
Manga: Sasayaku You ni Koi wo Utau
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Sasayaku You ni Koi wo Utau
Manga: Ikemen Girl to Hakoiri Musume
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Ikemen Girl to Hakoiri Musume
I've been really into ultra wholesome, romantic stories recently, and almost everything I read is shoujo ai anyway, so I figured this would be a good rec. Both stories are, like I just said, similar in how amazingly wholesome and romantic they are. If I had to point to a difference between the two, it's that, appropriate to the ages of the characters, Ikemen Girl with it's college age characters has a bit of a lewd streak, whereas Whispering you a love song, featuring high schoolers, has removed that lewd streak, and replaces it with an expanded cast and a sprinkling of moe. Despite how significant that difference SOUNDS, the two are extremely similar in vibe.
Manga: Kasane
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Kasane
Manga: Act-age
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Act-age
Less shonen, more drama, same energy.
Manga: Taishou Otome Otogibanashi
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Taishou Otome Otogibanashi
Manga: Ne Ne Ne
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Ne Ne Ne
Romance story set in old times Japan, both are about couples that are connected by arranged marriage. The dynamics of the couples are similar with the cheerful girl and a lonely boy. Although Taishou Otome Otogibanashi has more serious events, but it gets pretty comedic too, like Ne Ne Ne.
Manga: Bleach
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Bleach
Manga: Boku no Hero Academia
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Boku no Hero Academia
As much as the manga tries to focus on the protagonist, the secondary characters still gain a lot of prominence as the story progresses, it's who you think will be the villain ends up becoming "friend" of the protagonist both works are very well done, with "tests" of the characters' powers to become stronger or even come together to face the villains of each arc.
Manga: Tokyo Ghoul
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Tokyo Ghoul
Manga: Shinazu no Ryouken
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Shinazu no Ryouken
There is a similar tone to these two manga, and they both include depictions of graphic violence. The plot and themes of the stories are also similar, as they explore morality and the dangers of labeling another group of people as "other." Characters are drawn from two groups, a minority that lives at the expense of the majority, with sometimes fatal consequences, and a special branch of police that hunts them. There is also an underground/terrorist organization that fights on the side of the minority against a shady government group on the side of the majority. Both have their own mysterious agendas. Lastly, there are similarities in the combat systems of both worlds, with a few super-powered combatants that can dominate the battlefield. For most characters, however, it takes grueling training to make any sort of measurable difference in the fight. Shinazu no Ryouken goes furthest with this concept, exploring the pyschological toll such training takes, while Tokyo Ghoul explores trauma itself in a more exaggerated and supernatural way. Odds are, if you like one series, you'll like the other.
Manga: Yancha Gal no Anjou-san
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Yancha Gal no Anjou-san
Manga: Kaette kudasai! Akutsu-san
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Kaette kudasai! Akutsu-san
A [apparently] yankee-girl spends an abnormal amount of time teasing a boy who doesn't match her style at all. Similar and at the same time different enough to enjoy two different plots.
Manga: Ijiranaide, Nagatoro-san
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Ijiranaide, Nagatoro-san
Manga: Kaette kudasai! Akutsu-san
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Kaette kudasai! Akutsu-san
A yankee-girl messing around to a male classmate that literally suffers with her erotic jokes
Manga: Dorohedoro
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Dorohedoro
Manga: Golden Kamuy
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Golden Kamuy
Both series have similar tones, they are very comedic but can get gritty, dark and occasionally gory. Characters of both series are extremely likable, and you want to see their relationships evolve.
Manga: Risou no Himo Seikatsu
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Risou no Himo Seikatsu
Manga: Genjitsu Shugi Yuusha no Oukoku Saikenki
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Genjitsu Shugi Yuusha no Oukoku Saikenki
These are both Manga Both are similar in that in both a male are summoned to an otherworldly country. Both take on political work. However, in Risou he is not a king but a prince consort in a currently monogamous marriage with the queen of that country. In Genjitsu the main protaganist becomes the king and there seems to be plans early on to have multiple wives. Both are good (in my opinion of what I have read), with more focus on the marriage part in Risou.
Manga: Cross Epoch
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Cross Epoch
Manga: Fairy Tail x Nanatsu no Taizai Christmas Special
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Fairy Tail x Nanatsu no Taizai Christmas Special
Mix characters from another mangas
Manga: Beck
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Beck
Manga: Bokutachi ga Yarimashita
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Bokutachi ga Yarimashita
Theme- and genre-wise, these two are just different. However, they somehow give the same experience to the reader through the same plot formula of seemingly endless series of unfortunate events and unexpected twists. As a result, reader becomes skeptical whenever good things and peaceful events happen, because they can't help but think that there might just be a catch or something. There's also a resemblance to the art style for both series, since both are kinda realistic and are fully utilized to execute both light comedy and dark humor better.
Manga: Made in Abyss
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Made in Abyss
Manga: Soukon no Shoujo to Sourei no Tabi
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Soukon no Shoujo to Sourei no Tabi
Both are adventure centered fantasy stories. By the end of the first chapter establishes the setting and introduces the character and her goal. Both main characters want to find their parent(s), so they take up their parents' work at a young age. Both have exciting and dark undertones to them. If you are not comfortable seeing children suffer, do no read either.
Manga: One Piece
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One Piece
Manga: Shingeki no Kyojin
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Shingeki no Kyojin
Tales Of Demons and Gods is so underrated just because its a webmanga even tho the first few volumens have already been released physically. You should read it and then tell me what´s your opinion you wont regret it.
Manga: Akatsuki no Yona
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Akatsuki no Yona
Manga: Peach Boy Riverside
...then you might like
Peach Boy Riverside
Both stories involve a princess that is forced to move past her shelted life and fight for herself.
Manga: Banana Fish
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Banana Fish
Manga: Kuchizuke wa Uso no Aji
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Kuchizuke wa Uso no Aji
intelligent and untrusting main boy who slowly grows soft for his newly found sweetheart, and whose connections to mafia put them at risk. both mains went through sexual abuse from their mafia "benefactor", and are trying to regain their freedom.
Manga: Hunter x Hunter
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Hunter x Hunter
Manga: Solo Leveling
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Solo Leveling
Hunters. Solo Leveling and Hunter x Hunter both follow protagonists who start out as weak, gradually get stronger and stronger along with their epic journey as hunters. Solo Leveling follows "worlds weakest hunter" Jin-Woo being reawakened after a failed raid attempt, with this, all alone, he levels up higher and higher to become the exact opposite. The same is with Hunter x Hunter but Gon wishes to become a hunter to find his dad. Of course, meaning having to pass incredible difficult challenges to do such a feat. Both are good actions with Solo Leveling following lone wolf Jin-Woo's level-ups, rather than what Hunter x Hunter brings with a team effort of Gon and his friends.
Manga: Sousei no Onmyouji
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Sousei no Onmyouji
Manga: Kimetsu no Yaiba
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Kimetsu no Yaiba
Both have male and female protagonists, who join an organization to stop a type of threat that they often fight, both are dark manga with deaths. Although Sousei no Onmyouji is still much better, I recommend it, they have some similarities.
Manga: Oniisama e...
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Oniisama e...
Manga: Sakura no Sono
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Sakura no Sono
Both are shoujo manga about the life of students in an all-girls school. Although Onii-sama e... is a bit more dramatic and deals with some heavy topics, both manga portray the complicated relationships girls have during their teenage years, be it with love interests, friends or family.
Manga: One Piece
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One Piece
Manga: Kingdom
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Kingdom
-Main character wants to be dominant in their respective worlds -Large supporting cast that are well developed and interesting -Good worldbuilding -Good fights -Both are long series lol
Manga: Ojisama to Neko
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Ojisama to Neko
Manga: One Room Wanko
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One Room Wanko
Although they star different animals, both One Room Dog and Old Man and Cat chronicle the adorable and heartwarming day-to-day lives of pets and their owners.
Manga: Gyo: Ugomeku Bukimi
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Gyo: Ugomeku Bukimi
Manga: Yami no Koe
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Yami no Koe
I think Junji Ito's best manga voices in the dark. glyceride was pretty scary, I went beyond disgust and really scared..The horror house was also beautiful. Gouon I expected the end to be more interesting. I can't wait to read the rest.
Manga: Goblin Slayer
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Goblin Slayer
Manga: Kuitsume Youhei no Gensou Kitan
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Kuitsume Youhei no Gensou Kitan
Dark fantasy is not a genre I often explore but I can easily say that these two mangas are very similar Both: - Are set in a fantasy world with many creatures. - Goblins use females from other species to reproduce as they cannot themselves - Often has a dark atmosphere throughout the series - Has similar restrictions and abilities for each "class"/character - Bronze, Silver, etc. rating - Mages can only use a certain amount of spells per day - Powerful male lead + holy class (priestess) female lead
Manga: Shingeki no Kyojin
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Shingeki no Kyojin
Manga: Tokyo Ghoul
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Tokyo Ghoul
Both start of as a simple story but become complex through time. Both MC's have best character development in recent history.
Manga: Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
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Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
Manga: Dr. Stone
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Dr. Stone
Main Character gets "transported" to a world that is not quite like the one they came from. Sets out to rebuild/build a civilization from scratch. Finds a village that ends op helping to kick start civilization.
Manga: Otome Game no Hametsu Flag shika Nai Akuyaku Reijou ni Tensei shiteshimatta...
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Otome Game no Hametsu Flag shika Nai Akuyaku Reijou ni Tensei shiteshimatta...
Manga: Watashi wa Akuyaku Reijou nanka ja Nai!!: Yamitsukai dakara tte Kanarazushimo Akuyaku dato Omouna yo
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Watashi wa Akuyaku Reijou nanka ja Nai!!: Yamitsukai dakara tte Kanarazushimo Akuyaku dato Omouna yo
Some time ago Hamefura was famous because the anime adaptation was very interesting. However, Hamefura has a unique theme and this may be new to you but you can still find some LNs that are similar to Hamefura. I recommend Akuyaku for those of you who like themes like Hamefura. For details of the similarities I can't go into detail because it will contain spoilers but it is still similar to Hamefura. I'm sure you will like it.
Manga: Watashi wa Akuyaku Reijou nanka ja Nai!!: Yamitsukai dakara tte Kanarazushimo Akuyaku dato Omouna yo
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Watashi wa Akuyaku Reijou nanka ja Nai!!: Yamitsukai dakara tte Kanarazushimo Akuyaku dato Omouna yo
Manga: Tearmoon Teikoku Monogatari: Dantoudai kara Hajimaru, Hime no Tensei Gyakuten Story
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Tearmoon Teikoku Monogatari: Dantoudai kara Hajimaru, Hime no Tensei Gyakuten Story
Some themes like this are hard to find but not that hard if you keep trying. I found several recommendations that are similar to Akuyaku, one of which is this Tearmoon. The story of a girl who was both born as a villain girl, you could say the Villains flag, maybe something like that ... It's a little complicated but I hope you can read this.
Manga: Akatsuki no Yona
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Akatsuki no Yona
Manga: Watashi wa Akuyaku Reijou nanka ja Nai!!: Yamitsukai dakara tte Kanarazushimo Akuyaku dato Omouna yo
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Watashi wa Akuyaku Reijou nanka ja Nai!!: Yamitsukai dakara tte Kanarazushimo Akuyaku dato Omouna yo
Are you looking for a genre where the girl is the main character? Typicals like that are very difficult and I find Akuyaku is a manga similar to Akatsuki no Yona. The similarity is that both of them come from royal princesses and of course handsome men always appear.
Manga: Front Mission: Dog Life & Dog Style
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Front Mission: Dog Life & Dog Style
Manga: Jagaaaaaan
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Jagaaaaaan
• Dark and violent; pleases seinen fans • Lots of sex scenes and nudity • Main character(s) driven by revenge and retaliation • Hot female leads • Great action sequences
Manga: Baccano!
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Baccano!
Manga: Fate/Zero
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Fate/Zero
Considered the best novels in the writer's works which started off their career spawning more masterpieces that draws in fans to build up the community today Plot deals with factions vying for power resulting in casualties and a domino effect that triggers plot twists and reveals Past in each characters deals with so much anguish and sadness that you can relate to that character particularly Huey and Kiritsugu Strongly deals with assassins even the ones who are the strongest in their generation (Kiritsugu and Claire) whose twisted philosophy revolves around evil destroying evil A mysterious supernatural artifact (Holy Grail and Philosopher's Stone) are said to be omnipotent granting a wish but underlying it's true cause is something much more beyond than a mere understanding Targets mostly seinen/adult demographic and has a hidden presence in the entertainment world nowadays Definitely recommend this to a non anime/manga fan if you got the chance if first try fails, give it another chance! I read both series and they are really superb masterpieces in my book.
Manga: Fullmetal Alchemist
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Fullmetal Alchemist
Manga: Baccano!
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Baccano!
Arguably the best stories in their literature forms and shares what is in common: -Philosopher's Stone: Serves as the catalyst for the plot and is the power that can be granted for the greater good but abused as well -Set in an ancient point of history -Mature themes that sell both series well -Target only adults and is oriented around their popularity -Well written and developed characters who are amounted in vast cast -Sibling relationship is strong (Edward and Alphonse for FMA & Gandor Brothers for Baccano) -Conspiracy revolves around an ancient being (Father and Ronny) FMA revolves a war between military factions while Baccano does this between gangs to compete for the supremacy of power FMA is already completed while Baccano has yet to deliver a satisfying conclusion
Manga: Ao no Flag
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Ao no Flag
Manga: Kanojo ga Suki na Mono wa Homo de Atte Boku dewa Nai
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Kanojo ga Suki na Mono wa Homo de Atte Boku dewa Nai
I read it one after the other, so that's might affect why I think it's similar. Both story's character have similar issues and struggles. These mangas potrayed them following the same way of thinking too, they're trying hard and thinking about "fixing" the whole situation by themselves. But of course, nothing will goes as smoothly as planned. Not quite satisfied with the endings, but I ended up feeling so attached to the mangas at the end, in a good way. I highly recommend this series!
Manga: Kiseijuu
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Kiseijuu
Manga: Tokyo Ghoul
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Tokyo Ghoul
Both of the MCs are not completely controlled by the “invasive” species, instead only a part of them is and they share qualities between the invasive species and humans— you could say they are somewhat the bridge between the two. Both MCs experience a similar breakdown in their respective manga after they find out they are the invasive species, and both refuse to kill to satisfy their hunger for humans. Also both ghouls and Parasytes eat humans. Both manga have gore.
Manga: Kiseijuu
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Kiseijuu
Manga: Ajin
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Ajin
Both of the MCs have to coexist with their “invasive” counterpart. Both Ajin and Parasytes are deemed inhuman. Both MCs meet more of their kind, some which happen to be extremely violent and become an adversary to the pacifist ideals of the MC. Both manga have their share of blood and gore.
Manga: Chi no Wadachi
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Chi no Wadachi
Manga: Bastard
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Bastard
Have you experience living with a parent that's seem to be doing something that's ethically wrong and hurt other people without caring at all? If you don't know how that feels, then read this manga to find out. If you know, I'm sorry. At the very least, this manga provides us different point of views too. Even though the actions were questionable and hard to understand at times, the story was played out well and it becomes so intensely interesting to read!
Manga: Distant Sky
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Distant Sky
Manga: The Horizon
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The Horizon
Both are manhwas about the boy and the girl surviving in Post-Apocalyptic world, both share similar art style and atmosphere.
Manga: Vinland Saga
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Vinland Saga
Manga: Ryuudan Shounen
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Ryuudan Shounen
Manga that deal with Viking invasions. Both also have a girl side character that is capable of designing and creating advanced weaponry.
Manga: Onna ga Nigate na Yankee to Shoujo no Hanashi
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Onna ga Nigate na Yankee to Shoujo no Hanashi
Manga: Toorigakari ni One Point Advice shiteiku Type no Yankee
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Toorigakari ni One Point Advice shiteiku Type no Yankee
-cute -nice romance -also includes a yankee that is misunderstood
Manga: Ansatsu Kyoushitsu
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Ansatsu Kyoushitsu
Manga: Yozakura-san Chi no Daisakusen
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Yozakura-san Chi no Daisakusen
Both keep a steady balance of action and comedy that has a fun and wacky vibe. Both manga have a tragic mystery element about the past of the main characters.
Manga: Arakure Ojousama wa Monmon Shiteiru
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Arakure Ojousama wa Monmon Shiteiru
Manga: Ponkotsu Fuuki Iin to Skirt-take ga Futekisetsu na JK no Hanashi
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Ponkotsu Fuuki Iin to Skirt-take ga Futekisetsu na JK no Hanashi
Has a similar premise with an uptight Student focusing his attention on a more lax student. The actual application of this idea varies wildly with Arakure being much more lewd while Ponkotsu is more wholesome, but they are similar enough that I can see people liking them both
Manga: Berserk
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Berserk
Manga: Vagabond
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Vagabond
-both have an amazing story line -both have amazing art -both have great character development -both have serious and funny moments -both are 10/10 for me -both MC wants to be number 1 -They both are driven out of their homes from hate and speculations and they both make inseparable friends.
Manga: Chainsaw Man
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Chainsaw Man
Manga: Kaijuu 8-gou
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Kaijuu 8-gou
The main character of chainsaw man, like this manga, turns into a nonhuman demon to kill other demons. The art, setting, mood, and plot is similar, almost all identical. The monster types and looks are also very close.
Manga: Onanie Master Kurosawa
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Onanie Master Kurosawa
Manga: Aku no Hana
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Aku no Hana
These two is STRIKINGLY similiar, trust me. If you like one, you will definitely like the other one.
Manga: Arigatou
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Arigatou
Manga: Oyasumi Punpun
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Oyasumi Punpun
Asano was heavily inspired by Arigatou. If you like Goodnight Punpun try this out
Manga: Garouden
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Garouden
Manga: Kengan Ashura
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Kengan Ashura
These mangas, both with around 250 chapters, have a focus of a martial arts tournament arc, and said tournament includes various martial art styles (though Kengan Ashura has more variety), an emphasis on the power of pro-wrestling, as well as an MC who's not quite your traditional fighter.
Manga: Fire Punch
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Fire Punch
Manga: Chainsaw Man
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Chainsaw Man
same author, same energy ..................................................................................................
Manga: Angel Densetsu
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Angel Densetsu
Manga: Sun-Ken Rock
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Sun-Ken Rock
Sun-ken rock is very funny and has several fantastic fights, I believe that those who liked Angel densetsu will also like Sun-ken rock Sun-ken rock é muito engraçado e tem varias lutas fantásticas, eu acredito que quem gostou de Angel densetsu irá gostar também de Sun-ken rock
Manga: Kuro no Hiera-Glaphicos
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Kuro no Hiera-Glaphicos
Manga: Assassins Pride
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Assassins Pride
I know this is crazy suggestion but you must have heard of Assassin Pride but have you ever read Kuro no Hiera? I recommend this for those of you who are looking for a Heroine who always follows MC. I know MC is really cool and things like this are hard to find so I recommend this as an alternative.
Manga: Samenai Machi no Kissaten
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Samenai Machi no Kissaten
Manga: Tasogare Memorandum
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Tasogare Memorandum
Both are slice of life manga with a diverse cast of characters, where the main character and reader are treated to shocking revelations after receiving a half painted picture. Both are very pleasant stories that are bittersweet, but never leave you with a bad taste in your mouth.
Manga: An Ugly Daughter Like Me
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An Ugly Daughter Like Me
Manga: Plastic Girl
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Plastic Girl
Unconventional father-daughter relationships and plenty of ero guro imagery. Both are really brief and blunt.
Manga: Front Mission: Dog Life & Dog Style
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Front Mission: Dog Life & Dog Style
Manga: Kidou Senshi Gundam Thunderbolt
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Kidou Senshi Gundam Thunderbolt
• From the same author • Deals with mature themes like war, politics, existentialism and emotional conflicts • Depicts the atrocity of war and its after effects • Impressive art and excellent character designs • Favors hardcore seinen/mecha fans
Manga: Kimi ga Hikari
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Kimi ga Hikari
Manga: Akuma wa Sasayaku
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Akuma wa Sasayaku
It's by the same author. Honestly great one shots, so if you like romantic one shot manga this is the thing for you. The one shots I've read by this author tend to also be sad.
Manga: Kimi ga Hikari
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Kimi ga Hikari
Manga: Netsugen wa Koko
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Netsugen wa Koko
It's by the same author. Honestly great one shots, so if you like romantic one shot manga this is the thing for you. The one shots I've read by this author tend to also be sad.
Manga: Yugami-kun ni wa Tomodachi ga Inai
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Yugami-kun ni wa Tomodachi ga Inai
Manga: Hinmin Choujin Kanenashi-kun
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Hinmin Choujin Kanenashi-kun
Both series share the similarity of having an eccentric male MCs that drives their respective stories. Hinmin Choujin Kanenashi-kun is more of a gag, and the characters are generally more weird, including the female MC. However, both series are also similar in term of story telling. Both series focuses on the absurd behavior of the male MC, seen mainly from the eyes of the female MCs who sits beside them at school.
Manga: NHK ni Youkoso!
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NHK ni Youkoso!
Manga: Planetes
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Planetes
A sense of quirkiness, attention to characters, some romantic development and investigation to psychological issues. Both Planetes and NHK deal with psychological issues present within there independent settings, whilst also containing a similar quirky sense of humour. Planetes differs as a Sci-fi with a much larger cast of characters, whilst also divulging into political and societal issues. While NHK divulges much deeper into a variety of psychological issues present within the constraints of ones home, whilst also presenting a particularly dark sense of humour. If you like one for its focus on characters, investigation into relevant issues and quirky atmosphere, you'll be sure to like the other.
Manga: Elfen Lied
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Elfen Lied
Manga: Kara no Kyoukai: The Garden of Sinners
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Kara no Kyoukai: The Garden of Sinners
Elfen Lied is particularly similar to Kara no Kyoukai's "Tsuukaku Zanryuu/Remaining Sense of Pain" arc. Both this arc and Elfen Lied start with what seems to be a chick going crazy and killing people with what seems to be telekinetic abilities. From there the story progresses into the personal struggles and issues with these girls, whilst also investigating what happened to them in the past. If you like one for its investigative story and excessive level or gore and nudity you’ll be sure to like the other.
Manga: Elfen Lied
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Elfen Lied
Manga: Another
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Another
Elfen Lied and Another are works of God for fans of psychological horrors. Both stories contain the element of mystery as the characters investigate the past, where they slowly unravel the truth of their predicament. Elfen Lied differs as the story investigates the protagonists repressed past. While the story of Another features the characters trapped in a curse where they make attempt to escape, by investigating past cases. So, if your a big fan of an investigative story-line that contains people being ripped to shreds and dying at ever corner, it's likely you will love both series.
Manga: Akagi: Yami ni Oritatta Tensai
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Akagi: Yami ni Oritatta Tensai
Manga: One Outs
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One Outs
Calm, cooled, collected and without fear is how the genius operates to topple the psychological battlefield. Showing the very reasons why they are known as the best, the very reason why they have gathered a cult following of enchanted and mesmerised followers. So, are you a fan mind games and gambles, involving a genius invincible protagonist? Well I have two manga for you, the only major difference is that One Outs focuses on baseball, while Akagi focuses on Mahjong.
Manga: Yagate Kimi ni Naru
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Yagate Kimi ni Naru
Manga: Nettaigyo wa Yuki ni Kogareru
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Nettaigyo wa Yuki ni Kogareru
A relationship between 2 high school girls, a junior and a senior, who met each other by chance, then their life began to change since then. Furthermore, both titles hold such neat and beautiful art, making characters look even cuter and more charming, increases the enjoyment of readers, and giving them the best possible reading experience.
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