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Manga: Beelzebub
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Beelzebub
Manga: Spy x Family
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Spy x Family
If you like silly family shenanigans with the most unlikely cast of characters this is perfect! Sprinkle in a bit of action as well!
Manga: Sora wo Kakeru Yodaka
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Sora wo Kakeru Yodaka
Manga: Tenshi Dattara Yokatta
...then you might like
Tenshi Dattara Yokatta
These series have a very similar feeling to me. The core cast of these two manga are very similar featuring our happy protagonist, a jealous girl who causes problems for her, a guy who the jealous girl is in love with and who the protagonist had feelings for, and another guy who senses the protagonist's pain. I feel like both series feature characters who are complex and have a lot to unpack and psychological themes, as well as a love triangle. Unlike Tenshi Dattara Yokatta, Sora wo Kakeru Yodaka does feature a supernatural element.
Manga: Otokomae! Beads Club
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Otokomae! Beads Club
Manga: Beast Master
...then you might like
Beast Master
These series are from the same mangaka so it makes sense that they'd have a similar style and feel. Both of them are very over the top and chaotic with the way the story progresses. The characters are all outrageously weird, and both series balance darker topics with over the top comedic moments in similar ways. Delinquents are also involved in both series, and the character designs for the two series are pretty similar since they are from the same creator.
Manga: Ouran Koukou Host Club
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Ouran Koukou Host Club
Manga: Shinshi Doumei Cross
...then you might like
Shinshi Doumei Cross
Both series are about low ranking girls in rich kid schools who are pursuing/being pursued by a princely character. They are both surrounded by eccentric club members with interesting quirks, and the characters must try and figure out what they want to do with their lives and find their place. Both series also have reverse harem elements. However, The Gentlemen's Alliance Cross has more drama and romance than comedy, while Ouran starts off as an episodic comedy before going into the romance and family drama in the second half of the series.
Manga: Omniscient Reader
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Omniscient Reader
Manga: The Perks of Being an S-Class Heroine
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The Perks of Being an S-Class Heroine
These two manhwas share a similar style, where "gods" interact with the MC using messages. Also the MC is somehow aware of the story of the book they are in and they try to change parts of the story. Lastly, the original MCs of the stories they are in returned in time multiple times until it changed them.
Manga: Your Throne
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Your Throne
Manga: Roxana
...then you might like
Roxana
Both series are about powerful women who could be considered villainesses seeking revenge on those who wronged her. The titular Roxana and Medea from Your Throne are even similar characters, though Medea has the other female lead of Your Throne to balance her out, and thus is working on gaining more compassion and empathy. Both series have these women scheming against their corrupt families that traumatized them, though in Your Throne the scheming is primarily focused on the Emperor. Both series are primarily psychological crime/revenge stories set in the typical fantasy manhwa setting.
Manga: Mizutama Honey Boy
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Mizutama Honey Boy
Manga: Heroine Hajimemashita.
...then you might like
Heroine Hajimemashita.
Mizutama Honey Boy and Heroine For Hire have the same set-up with the strong girl and the princess-y boy. However, Mizutama Honey Boy is more comedic and leans into the characters being gender non-conforming, while Heroine For Hire feels more along the lines of your average shoujo romance with the dynamics.
Manga: Fruits Basket
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Fruits Basket
Manga: Kitchen no Ohimesama
...then you might like
Kitchen no Ohimesama
Both series begin as lighthearted romantic comedies where our kindhearted protagonist gets mixed up with a pair of wealthy boys who are related to each other. You can easily compare Najika and Tohru's never ending kindness, compassion, and optimism, even though Najika has more grit. Sora and Yuki are both princely characters, and Kyo and Daichi are both the rougher outcasts. Both series do delve into darker subjects, such as grief and parental abuse/neglect and deal with these topics in a sensitive manner. Kitchen Princess is for a younger audience than Fruits Basket, though. Also, both series do have a strong focus on character development where all the characters strive to be better people.
Manga: Ao Ashi
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Ao Ashi
Manga: Blue Lock
...then you might like
Blue Lock
Same base character vision and goals, same perks but blue lock vibes and characters are definitely more interesting, anyway, both have to be watched.
Manga: Seven Days
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Seven Days
Manga: Koi no Shikata ga Wakaranai
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Koi no Shikata ga Wakaranai
Both stories are about a guy asking out another guy who only dated girls before. In Seven days, guy agrees to date MC but only for a week. In Koi no Shikata ga Wakaranai guy agrees to go out as long as it's an open relationship with no commitment.
Manga: Yofukashi no Uta
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Yofukashi no Uta
Manga: "Oshi no Ko"
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"Oshi no Ko"
Both have great artwork and have a horror aspect. They are polar opposites but are both really good. Oshi No Ko is more about the backside of Acting while Yofukashi no Uta is about Vampires. Trust me on these two.
Manga: Suijin no Hanayome
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Suijin no Hanayome
Manga: Tensei Ningyohime wa Awa ni Natte Kietakunai
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Tensei Ningyohime wa Awa ni Natte Kietakunai
Both series have influences from the Little Mermaid story by Hans Christian Andersen, and both of them have isekai elements. The only difference is one is reincarnation and the other one involves being transported to another world. Both series also have Rei Touma doing the artwork, though she's also the author for The Water Dragon's Bride.
Manga: Tokyo Mew Mew à La Mode
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Tokyo Mew Mew à La Mode
Manga: Code Name wa Sailor V
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Code Name wa Sailor V
Both series are spin-offs of a major magical girl series and primarily feature a monster of the week theme before entering a main conflict. They both focus on a specific magical girl instead of a team like their parent series. In the case of Sailor V it's the preexisting Sailor Venus, while in a La Mode it's the new character of Berry Shirayuki. Code Name Sailor V was conceptualized before Sailor Moon began and as a result feels more tight, especially since it's a prequel, while Tokyo Mew Mew a La Mode was a sequel.
Manga: Mairimashita, Senpai
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Mairimashita, Senpai
Manga: Koi no Hajimari
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Koi no Hajimari
The art and atmosphere of these series is very similar. Both series focus on the relationships of the main couple as they date. Both couples are healthy, though the Koi no Hajimari couple is more immature. The couples both struggle with things that occur as they graduate from high school like attending college.
Manga: Shinshi Doumei Cross
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Shinshi Doumei Cross
Manga: Fruits Basket
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Fruits Basket
The end of The Gentlemen's Cross Alliance was very similar to Fruits Basket with the themes of abuse and the treatment of the body doubles was very similar to how the Zodiacs, particularly the cat, in Fruits Basket were treated. There are even characters who mirror Shigure and Akito from Fruits Basket. Both series contain a lot of drama, comedy, and heavy themes. There is also a love triangle in both, and there's a wide variety of chaotic side characters. Both series also include wealthy families with complex politics, age gaps, and intergenerational trauma.
Manga: Shinshi Doumei Cross
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Shinshi Doumei Cross
Manga: Kitchen no Ohimesama
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Kitchen no Ohimesama
Kitchen Princess and The Gentlemen's Alliance Cross are both drama series with intense plot twists and heavy themes, including that of parental abuse and neglect. They're both set in fancy private schools. Kitchen Princess is more realistic and grounded than Gentlemen's Alliance, and I think it handles the plot twists, characters, and love triangle a bit better. Gentlemen's Alliance is more focused on romance overall and has a larger cast of characters. When I was reading Gentlemen's Alliance I couldn't stop comparing it to Kitchen Princess.
Manga: Kaiko sareta Ankoku Heishi (30-dai) no Slow na Second Life
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Kaiko sareta Ankoku Heishi (30-dai) no Slow na Second Life
Manga: Hen na Ryuu to Moto Yuusha Party Zatsuyougakari, Shintairiku de Nonbiri Slow Life
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Hen na Ryuu to Moto Yuusha Party Zatsuyougakari, Shintairiku de Nonbiri Slow Life
Although the MC of Hen na Ryuu had a very friendly relationship with his hero party contrary to how the MC of Kaiko sareta Ankoku Heishi, the plots for both of these stories are similar. They both retire from their old job and look down on themselves for not being anything special when in reality they are extremely overpowered. Both stories revolve around settling down in a place far away from everything else and growing out their village.
Manga: Kindan Shitei de Breakthrough: Boy Meets Satan
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Kindan Shitei de Breakthrough: Boy Meets Satan
Manga: Dusk Howler
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Dusk Howler
- Genres: action, adventure, comedy, drama, fantasy, shounen. - The protagonist suffers from an inferiority complex, but his combat mentor gradually helps him get rid of this complex. - The protagonist is a "hero", but his mentor is a "demon king". - The mentor has a reputation as a great and terrible villain, but for some reason he does good deeds. - The protagonist has talented peers, against the background of which he looks like a loser, despite the fact that against the background of ordinary people he looks like a genius. - The protagonist is a hardworking person who trains hard in order to become stronger. - The protagonist and his mentor are bishounens who are in a bromance relationship with each other. - There are female characters in the story who are in love with the protagonist, but he misunderstands their feelings for him. - It's worth noting that the fanservice in "Kindan Shitei de Breakthrough: Boy Meets Satan" is intended for fans of the "ecchi" genre, while the fanservice in "Dusk Howler" is intended for fans of the "BL" genre. - Both stories are promotional pieces that only featured plot from the some early chapters of the original novels.
Manga: Berserk
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Berserk
Manga: Vinland Saga
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Vinland Saga
berserk pero de vikingos
Manga: Kage no Jitsuryokusha ni Naritakute!
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Kage no Jitsuryokusha ni Naritakute!
Manga: Teihen Ryoushu no Kanchigai Eiyuutan
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Teihen Ryoushu no Kanchigai Eiyuutan
They both have a similar theme going on with the MC causing massive political upheavals with everything he does while simultaneously having zero idea of the deeper implications of his actions. In that sense, both series have a similar sense of humor as well so if you enjoyed the comedy in one then you will enjoy the comedy of the other.
Manga: Okiraku Ryoushu no Tanoshii Ryouchi Bouei
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Okiraku Ryoushu no Tanoshii Ryouchi Bouei
Manga: Bannou "Murazukuri" Cheat de Otegaru Slow Life: Mura desu ga Nani ka?
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Bannou "Murazukuri" Cheat de Otegaru Slow Life: Mura desu ga Nani ka?
The stories are essentially identical copies of each other, except one main character is more mature than the other and more capable. But regardless both stories are about nobles kicked out of their homes after being found to not have any strong combat abilities but instead were born with strong village building abilities that are looked down upon.
Manga: Wotaku ni Koi wa Muzukashii
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Wotaku ni Koi wa Muzukashii
Manga: Neko to Kiss
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Neko to Kiss
Both are comedy romance where the couple is just cute all around and gives a warm fuzzy feeling when reading. The fluffy and funny interactions gets you going in the kokoro. So i think the common elements between these two is that they both have the same vibe and will make you chuckle. but yeah I wanted to recommend. <3
Manga: Please Kill My Husband
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Please Kill My Husband
Manga: Nidome no Kyouhan
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Nidome no Kyouhan
It involves the female lead taking revenge on her abusive husband alongside her lover. The difference is "Kill My husband" involves a reverse harem and "Second Time's the Crime" involve the traditional love story. As well, they are set in different worlds but they run the very same flow..
Manga: Kitchen no Ohimesama
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Kitchen no Ohimesama
Manga: Bonjour♪Koiaji Pâtisserie
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Bonjour♪Koiaji Pâtisserie
These dessert-themed slice of school life shoujo follow the same formula: The protagonist is a scholarship kid in a school of rich and famous personalities who dreams of becoming a famous pâtissière, her genuine optimism and desire to make people smile with her desserts enable her to win over even the hardest hearts, and naturally her overwhelming empathy and kindness will bring all the boys to her yard. Bonjour♪Koiaji Pâtisserie is a tragically short sampler for what Kitchen Princess is all about, but it does have an anime (and a game series) under its belt! The characters are easy to love and easy to root for; but most importantly, these stories provide some much-needed healing comfort in the form of delicious-looking food and touching friendships!
Manga: Vanitas no Karte
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Vanitas no Karte
Manga: Dusk Howler
...then you might like
Dusk Howler
"Vanitas no Carte" and "Dusk Howler" are beautiful and mysterious shounen stories that tell the adventures of two bishounens. The main characters in "Vanitas no Carte" are the vampire Noé Archiviste and the human Vanitas, while the main characters in "Dusk Howler" are the undead Nine and the human Jaiha. "Vanitas no Carte" takes place in a fantasy steampunk world, while "Dusk Howler" takes place in the virtual fantasy game "Trikia" ("Thrace") where the continent is divided into two parts: the Light Camp (the kingdom of humans, elves and other light races) and the Dark Camp (the kingdom of vampires, werewolves and other dark races).
Manga: Kimi ni Todoke
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Kimi ni Todoke
Manga: Komi-san wa, Comyushou desu.
...then you might like
Komi-san wa, Comyushou desu.
These are both slice of school life romances with comedy thrown in, with themes of discovering friendship and feelings of love. Kimi ni Todoke is more old school shojo while Komi Can't Communicate is definitely newer, but they both have very adorable girl characters who are amazed by so many things the male love interest shares with them. The main male character in both is very perceptive of the female's emotions and supportive.
Manga: Flying Witch
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Flying Witch
Manga: Rokujou Hitoma no Majo Life
...then you might like
Rokujou Hitoma no Majo Life
Similar setting in which magic is blend with the slice of life genre
Manga: Claymore
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Claymore
Manga: Shingeki no Kyojin
...then you might like
Shingeki no Kyojin
Insane world building with great characters. Both the series had humaoid monsters that consume humans, and a fight against that which later turns out to be much more than that. Claymore is old and the art is exceptional. A horde of amazing female leads, I'd recommend to read this for anyone who loves high fantasy
Manga: Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou
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Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou
Manga: Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou
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Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou
They both have a very similar, "Cosy Dystopia" feeling. Girl's Last Tour is certainly darker, with YKK presenting a more idyllic take on humanity's end.
Manga: Kawaii dake ja Nai Shikimori-san
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Kawaii dake ja Nai Shikimori-san
Manga: Kubo-san wa Mob wo Yurusanai
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Kubo-san wa Mob wo Yurusanai
MCs from both series have a 'curse' that they bear and their love interest is the one that fight against or is unaffected by the 'curse'.
Manga: My Dad Is Too Strong
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My Dad Is Too Strong
Manga: After Ten Millennia in Hell
...then you might like
After Ten Millennia in Hell
The stories of these manhwas feature and revolve around hunters/players fighting monsters in gates/dungeons. The MCs in both manhwas are OP because they came from different worlds back to Earth. However, the MC of '...Ten Millennia in Hell' doesn't get to keep his stats from the other world. Systems are an integral feature in both manhwas, providing a way for the MC to grow. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Monster hunting, OP MCs, The MCs going to a different world and coming back, Gates/Dungeons, and Systems.
Manga: Kill the Hero
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Kill the Hero
Manga: After Ten Millennia in Hell
...then you might like
After Ten Millennia in Hell
Each of these manhwas revolve around hunters/players fighting monsters in gates/dungeons. The MCs of both manhwas are OP. Systems are a main feature in both manhwas, allowing the MC to grow stronger. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Monster hunting, OP MCs, Gates/Dungeons, and Systems.
Manga: Is This Hero for Real?
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Is This Hero for Real?
Manga: After Ten Millennia in Hell
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After Ten Millennia in Hell
Each of these manhwas revolve around hunters/players fighting monsters. The MCs both have somewhat arrogant personalities. Systems are a main feature in both manhwas, allowing the MC to grow stronger. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: OP MCs, Monster hunting, and Systems.
Manga: Level Up with the Gods
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Level Up with the Gods
Manga: After Ten Millennia in Hell
...then you might like
After Ten Millennia in Hell
Each of these manhwas centre around hunters/players fighting monsters. There is more Player vs Player combat in 'Level Up with...' than compared to '...Ten Millennia in Hell'. Systems are a main feature in both manhwas, allowing the MC to grow stronger. The MCs of both manhwas are OP and prefer to hunt/fight solo. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Powerful equipment, OP MCs, Monster hunting, and Systems.
Manga: The Tutorial Is Too Tough!
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The Tutorial Is Too Tough!
Manga: After Ten Millennia in Hell
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After Ten Millennia in Hell
Each of these manhwas centre around hunters/players fighting monsters in a tower or tower-like atmosphere. Systems are an integral part of both manhwas, providing a way for the MC to grow. The MCs of both manhwas prefer to hunt/fight alone. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Powerful equipment, OP MCs, Monster hunting, and Systems.
Manga: The Celestial Returned from Hell
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The Celestial Returned from Hell
Manga: After Ten Millennia in Hell
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After Ten Millennia in Hell
Each of these manhwas centre around hunters/players fighting monsters in gates/dungeons. The MCs in both manhwas are OP and unique. Systems are an integral part of both manhwas, providing a way for the MC to grow. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Monster hunting, OP MCs, Gates/Dungeons, and Systems.
Manga: The SSS-Rank Hunter's Lucky Draw
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The SSS-Rank Hunter's Lucky Draw
Manga: After Ten Millennia in Hell
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After Ten Millennia in Hell
Each of these manhwas centre around hunters/players fighting monsters in gates/dungeons. Systems are a prominent feature in both manhwas, providing a way for the MC to grow. The MC in 'The SSS-Rank Hunter's...' mainly relies on luck and borrowing dead old heroes' abilities for a limited time, which is different from the fighting with your own skills in '...Ten Millennia in Hell'. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Powerful equipment, Monster hunting, Gates/Dungeons, and Systems.
Manga: My S-Class Hunters
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My S-Class Hunters
Manga: After Ten Millennia in Hell
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After Ten Millennia in Hell
Each of these manhwas centre around hunters/players fighting monsters in gates/dungeons. Systems are a prominent feature in both manhwas, providing a way for the MC to grow. The MC of 'My S-Class Hunters' isn't strong, but he can influence other hunters' growths. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Equipment, Monster hunting, Gates/Dungeons, and Systems.
Manga: The Lone Spellcaster
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The Lone Spellcaster
Manga: After Ten Millennia in Hell
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After Ten Millennia in Hell
The stories of each of these manhwas centre around hunters/players awakening and fighting monsters. Systems are an important part of both manhwas, allowing the hunters/players to grow stronger. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Monster hunting, Systems, Gates/Outbreaks, and The MC becoming stronger than those around him.
Manga: SSS-Class Revival Hunter
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SSS-Class Revival Hunter
Manga: After Ten Millennia in Hell
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After Ten Millennia in Hell
The stories of these manhwas feature and revolve around hunters/players awakening and fighting monsters. Systems are a prominent feature in both manhwas, providing a way for the MC to grow. The MCs in each of these manhwas each have a unique skill that makes them OP. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Powerful equipment, Monster hunting, Systems, and MCs with fast growth rates.
Manga: The Divine Twilight's Return
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The Divine Twilight's Return
Manga: After Ten Millennia in Hell
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After Ten Millennia in Hell
Each of these manhwas revolve around hunters/players fighting monsters. Systems are the main method for growth in both manhwas. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Powerful equipment, Monster hunting, OP MCs, and Systems.
Manga: The Return of the Disaster-Class Hero
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The Return of the Disaster-Class Hero
Manga: After Ten Millennia in Hell
...then you might like
After Ten Millennia in Hell
Each of these manhwas revolve around hunters/players fighting monsters. In 'The Return of...' the monsters don't spawn in dungeons/gates or a tower. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Powerful equipment, Unique powers, Monster hunting, OP MCs, and Systems.
Manga: Tokyo卍Revengers
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Tokyo卍Revengers
Manga: Nine Peaks
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Nine Peaks
Time travel and Delinquents.
Manga: My Daughter Is the Final Boss
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My Daughter Is the Final Boss
Manga: After Ten Millennia in Hell
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After Ten Millennia in Hell
These manhwas each centre around hunters/players fighting monsters in gates/dungeons. Systems are a prominent feature in both manhwas, providing a way for the MC to grow. The MC of 'My Daughter is...' puts more of a focus on relationships (with his daughter and her mother) but still focuses on monster hunting and dungeons. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Monster hunting, Gates/Dungeons, and Systems.
Manga: Leveling Beyond the Max
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Leveling Beyond the Max
Manga: After Ten Millennia in Hell
...then you might like
After Ten Millennia in Hell
These two manhwas both revolve around hunters/players fighting monsters in gates/dungeons and growing stronger by doing so. Each of these manhwas starts with the MC being transported back to Earth from a fantasy world and starting from level 1 again. Systems are a prominent feature in both manhwas, providing a way for the MC to grow. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Monster hunting, OP MCs, Gates/Dungeons, Starting from level 1 again and Systems.
Manga: How to Use a Returner
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How to Use a Returner
Manga: After Ten Millennia in Hell
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After Ten Millennia in Hell
The stories of these manhwas each centre around hunters/players fighting monsters. Systems are a prominent feature in both manhwas, allowing the MC to grow. In 'How to Use a...' the MC isn't the frontline fighting type, instead he prefers to manipulate others. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Powerful equipment, Monster hunting, and Systems.
Manga: Hoarding in Hell
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Hoarding in Hell
Manga: After Ten Millennia in Hell
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After Ten Millennia in Hell
These two manhwas each revolve around hunters/players awakening and fighting monsters in dungeons/gates. Systems are a prominent feature in both manhwas, providing a way for the MC to grow. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Powerful equipment, Monster hunting, Systems, and The MC growing faster than those around him.
Manga: After Ten Millennia in Hell
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After Ten Millennia in Hell
Manga: How to Live as a Villain
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How to Live as a Villain
The focus of these manhwas is both on hunters/players growing stronger and fighting monsters. 'How to Live as...' contains more Player vs Player fights. Systems are an integral part of the stories, helping the MC grow. The MC in both manhwas aren't 'good people', but the MC in 'How to Live as...' is a lot more evil. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Powerful equipment, Unrighteous MCs, Monster hunting, and Systems.
Manga: My Master Is a Backseat Gamer
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My Master Is a Backseat Gamer
Manga: After Ten Millennia in Hell
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After Ten Millennia in Hell
Each of these manhwas feature and revolve around hunters/players awakening and fighting monsters that spawn in gates. Systems are a prominent feature in both manhwas, providing a way for the MC to grow. However, the MC in 'My Master is...' is less reliant on his system for growth. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Monster hunting, Systems, Gates, and The MC becoming stronger than those around him.
Manga: After Ten Millennia in Hell
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After Ten Millennia in Hell
Manga: The Ravenous Hunter
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The Ravenous Hunter
The MCs of each manhwa possess powers that allow them to grow faster than the people around them. Hunting monsters is the main point that both of these manhwas stories revolve around. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Powerful equipment, An MC with unique powers, and Monster hunting.
Manga: After Ten Millennia in Hell
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After Ten Millennia in Hell
Manga: Dungeon Odyssey
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Dungeon Odyssey
Each of these manhwas focus on and revolve around hunters/players and fighting monsters that spawn in dungeons/gates 'Dungeon Odyssey' is more focused on managing and growing a dungeon. However, the MC is still a strong human who fights monsters that spawn in dungeons, and even earns money doing so. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Powerful equipment, Monster hunting, Systems, and Dungeons/Gate.
Manga: My Life as a Player
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My Life as a Player
Manga: After Ten Millennia in Hell
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After Ten Millennia in Hell
The MCs of each manhwa are hunters who spend their time hunting monsters Systems are a prominent feature in both manhwas, providing a way for the MC to grow. In each manhwa, the MC has a unique growth method that allows them to grow faster than everyone else. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Powerful equipment, Monster hunting, Systems, and Fast growth compared to those around the MC.
Manga: I'm the Max-Level Newbie
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I'm the Max-Level Newbie
Manga: After Ten Millennia in Hell
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After Ten Millennia in Hell
The stories of these manhwas feature and revolve around hunters/players and hunting monsters to grow stronger. Systems are a prominent feature in both manhwas, providing a way for the MC to grow. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Powerful equipment, Monster hunting, Systems, and OP MCs.
Manga: The Overpowered Newbie
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The Overpowered Newbie
Manga: After Ten Millennia in Hell
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After Ten Millennia in Hell
The stories of these manhwas feature and revolve around hunters/players and fighting monsters spawned in towers or gates. The MCs of both manhwas surprise people with their unique skills or growth. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Powerful equipment, Monster hunting, Strong MCs, and An MC with a personality where they don't listen to others.
Manga: After Ten Millennia in Hell
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After Ten Millennia in Hell
Manga: My F-Rank High School Life
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My F-Rank High School Life
Each of the MCs of these manhwas wield powers that are aligned with evil. And they both try to hide these 'evil' powers. The 'evil' powers of these MCs make them strong. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: MCs with 'evil' powers, Strong MCs, and Systems.
Manga: After Ten Millennia in Hell
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After Ten Millennia in Hell
Manga: Yongsa High: Dungeon Raiders
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Yongsa High: Dungeon Raiders
The stories of these manhwas feature and revolve around hunters/players and fighting monsters spawned in dungeons/gates. Each of these MCs are strong from the start. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Powerful equipment, Monster hunting, Dungeons/Gates, and MCs being strong from the start.
Manga: After Ten Millennia in Hell
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After Ten Millennia in Hell
Manga: The Creator Is on Hiatus
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The Creator Is on Hiatus
The stories of these manhwas feature and revolve around hunters/players awakening and fighting monsters. Systems are a prominent feature in both manhwas, providing a way for the MC to grow. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Powerful equipment, Monster hunting, Systems, and The MC becoming stronger than those around him.
Manga: After Ten Millennia in Hell
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After Ten Millennia in Hell
Manga: World's Strongest Troll
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World's Strongest Troll
Each of the MCs of these manhwas wield powers that are aligned with evil. These stories of both manhwas revolve around hunting monsters. However, 'World's Strongest Troll' is in VR, whereas '...Ten Millennia in Hell' is in the real world. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: MCs with unorthodox and 'evil' powers, Powerful equipment, Monster hunting, Gates/Dungeons, and Systems.
Manga: After Ten Millennia in Hell
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After Ten Millennia in Hell
Manga: Doctor Player
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Doctor Player
The MCs both have unorthodox powers and constantly surprise the people around them. These manhwas both have a lot of fantasy elements, including systems that help the MCs grow. 'Doctor Player' is centred around the MC being a healer instead of a fighter, but other than that, both manhwas share a lot of similarities. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Growing through the use of systems, The MC becoming stronger/better than those around him, and An MC with unique powers.
Manga: After Ten Millennia in Hell
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After Ten Millennia in Hell
Manga: The Poisonous Healer
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The Poisonous Healer
In each of these manhwas, the MC wields a power which is unorthodox or deemed evil. The stories of both of these manhwas revolve around hunters/players fighting monsters in dungeons/gates. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Powerful Equipment, Monster hunting, OP MC, MCs with 'evil' skills, Dungeons/Gates, and Systems.
Manga: After Ten Millennia in Hell
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After Ten Millennia in Hell
Manga: Boundless Ascension
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Boundless Ascension
In each of these manhwas, the MC is always trying to grow stronger in order to fight against monsters or players/hunters who are also growing stronger or already are strong. Systems are an important part of each of these manhwas, allowing the players/hunters to grow stronger. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Powerful Equipment, Monster hunting, MCs with unique skills, and Systems.
Manga: After Ten Millennia in Hell
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After Ten Millennia in Hell
Manga: Pick Me Up!
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Pick Me Up!
These manhwa's both revolve around hunters/players who are trying to grow stronger. Systems are an important part of beach of these manhwas, allowing the players/hunters to grow stronger. 'Pick Me Up!' places more of a focus on teamwork and survival, whereas '...Ten Millennia in Hell' is more about hunting monsters and trying to grow stronger (not for survival). The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Equipment, Monster hunting, and Systems.
Manga: Return to Player
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Return to Player
Manga: After Ten Millennia in Hell
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After Ten Millennia in Hell
These two manhwas each feature and revolve around hunters/players fighting monsters, with systems being a prominent feature that allows for the hunter's/player's growth. In each of these manhwas, the MC is OP. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: An MC with a fast growth rate, OP MCs, Powerful equipment, Monster hunting, and Systems.
Manga: Second Life Ranker
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Second Life Ranker
Manga: After Ten Millennia in Hell
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After Ten Millennia in Hell
Each of these manhwas features OP MCs, who become stronger at an incredible pace, surprising those around them. The stories of these two manhwas each feature and revolve around hunters/players fighting monsters. However, in 'Second Life Ranker' it's in a tower, and in '...Ten Millennia in Hell' it's in gates. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: An MC with a fast growth rate, OP MCs, Powerful equipment, Monster hunting, and Systems.
Manga: Solo Leveling
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Solo Leveling
Manga: After Ten Millennia in Hell
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After Ten Millennia in Hell
Each of these manhwas features MCs wielding unorthodox powers, which allows them to become stronger at an incredible pace. The stories of these two manhwas each feature and revolve around hunters/players fighting monsters in gates. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: An MC with a fast growth rate, OP MCs, Powerful equipment, Monster hunting, Gates/Dungeons, and Systems.
Manga: After Ten Millennia in Hell
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After Ten Millennia in Hell
Manga: Mythic Item Obtained
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Mythic Item Obtained
Awakening and systems are defining features of these two manhwas. These features produce hunters/players and allows them to grow through hunting monsters in dungeon/gates. The MCs of each of these manhwas is OP when compared to those around him. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: An MC with a fast growth rate, OP MCs, Monster hunting, Gates/Dungeons, and Systems.
Manga: Mashita no Fudanshi-kun
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Mashita no Fudanshi-kun
Manga: Sensei, Mou Dame desu
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Sensei, Mou Dame desu
Both are BL about fudanshis. Them liking BL is an important part of romance development.
Manga: Fudanshi Kazoku
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Fudanshi Kazoku
Manga: Sensei, Mou Dame desu
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Sensei, Mou Dame desu
Both have fudanshi protagonists, but Fudanshi Kazoku isn't BL.
Manga: Sasaki to Miyano
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Sasaki to Miyano
Manga: Sensei, Mou Dame desu
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Sensei, Mou Dame desu
Both are BL and feature fudanshi protagonists.
Manga: The Player Who Can't Level Up
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The Player Who Can't Level Up
Manga: My Dad Is Too Strong
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My Dad Is Too Strong
The stories of these manhwas feature and revolve around hunters/players fighting monsters in gates/dungeons. The MCs in both manhwas are OP, but due to different reasons. In 'My Dad Is Too Strong' it's because he retained his skills from his time spent in Murim, whereas in 'The Player Who Can't...' the MC starts off weak and then becomes strong. Systems are a prominent feature in both manhwas, providing a way for the MC to grow. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Monster hunting, OP MCs, Gates/Dungeons, and Systems.
Manga: Kill the Hero
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Kill the Hero
Manga: The Player Who Can't Level Up
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The Player Who Can't Level Up
The stories of these manhwas feature and revolve around hunters/players fighting monsters in gates/dungeons. The MCs in both manhwas are OP, but due to different reasons. Systems are a prominent feature in both manhwas, providing a way for the MC to grow. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Monster hunting, OP MCs, Gates/Dungeons, and Systems.
Manga: The Player Who Can't Level Up
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The Player Who Can't Level Up
Manga: Is This Hero for Real?
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Is This Hero for Real?
The stories of these manhwas feature and revolve around hunters/players fighting monsters. The MCs of both manhwas are stuck at level 1 for different reasons. Systems are a prominent feature in both manhwas, providing a way for the MC to grow. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: OP MCs, Monster hunting, Stuck at level 1, and Systems.
Manga: The Player Who Can't Level Up
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The Player Who Can't Level Up
Manga: Level Up with the Gods
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Level Up with the Gods
The stories of these manhwas feature and revolve around hunters/players fighting monsters in a tower. There is more Player vs Player combat in 'Level Up with...' when compared to 'The Player Who Can't...' Systems are a prominent feature in both manhwas, providing a way for the MC to grow. The MCs of both manhwas prefer to hunt solo, and they are also both OP. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Powerful equipment/Egos, OP MCs, Monster hunting, Towers, and Systems.
Manga: The Tutorial Is Too Tough!
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The Tutorial Is Too Tough!
Manga: The Player Who Can't Level Up
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The Player Who Can't Level Up
The stories of these manhwas feature and revolve around hunters/players fighting monsters in a tower or tower-like atmosphere. Systems are a prominent feature in both manhwas, providing a way for the MC to grow. The MCs of both manhwas prefer to hunt solo. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Powerful equipment/Egos, OP MCs, Monster hunting, Towers, and Systems.
Manga: The Celestial Returned from Hell
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The Celestial Returned from Hell
Manga: The Player Who Can't Level Up
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The Player Who Can't Level Up
The stories of these manhwas feature and revolve around hunters/players fighting monsters in gates/dungeons. The MCs in both manhwas are OP, but the MC from 'The Celestial Returned...' is a lot more OP. Systems are a prominent feature in both manhwas, providing a way for the MC to grow. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Monster hunting, OP MCs, Gates/Dungeons, and Systems.
Manga: The Player Who Can't Level Up
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The Player Who Can't Level Up
Manga: The SSS-Rank Hunter's Lucky Draw
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The SSS-Rank Hunter's Lucky Draw
The stories of these manhwas feature and revolve around hunters/players fighting monsters in gates/dungeons. Systems are a prominent feature in both manhwas, providing a way for the MC to grow. The MC in 'The SSS-Rank Hunter's...' mainly gains power through drawing heroes from the past and borrowing their abilities for a limited time, which is a more luck-based method instead of the reliable personal development method in 'The Player Who Can't...' The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Powerful equipment/Egos, Monster hunting, Gates/Dungeons, and Systems.
Manga: My S-Class Hunters
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My S-Class Hunters
Manga: The Player Who Can't Level Up
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The Player Who Can't Level Up
The stories of these manhwas feature and revolve around hunters/players fighting monsters in gates/dungeons. Systems are a prominent feature in both manhwas, providing a way for the MC to grow. 'My S-Class Hunters' is a bit unique in the way in which the MC is weak but can improve other hunter's growth rates. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Equipment/Egos, Monster hunting, Gates/Dungeons, and Systems.
Manga: Solo Leveling
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Solo Leveling
Manga: SSS-Class Revival Hunter
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SSS-Class Revival Hunter
Has a very similar feel to it with the MC having powers that could make him feared or hated should people know about them and continues to grow stronger with near limitless potential but is not rushing to get there. It is a fantastic read that is almost as amazing a solo leveling in terms of action and excitement and better, in my opinion, at making the reader want to see the MC succeed and root for him.
Manga: Umarekawattemo Mata, Watashi to Kekkon shitekuremasu ka
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Umarekawattemo Mata, Watashi to Kekkon shitekuremasu ka
Manga: Kaoru Hana wa Rin to Saku
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Kaoru Hana wa Rin to Saku
Both have cutely in love couples, being at a similar level of wholesomeness. While Kaoru Hana develops in highschool, Watashi to Kekkon tells us the passage of the relationship of an old couple. Be warned that Watashi to Kekkon has some more drama in it compared to the pure Kaoru Hana.
Manga: Zeikin de Katta Hon
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Zeikin de Katta Hon
Manga: Kaoru Hana wa Rin to Saku
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Kaoru Hana wa Rin to Saku
The MCs of both manga are delinquent-like with a sweet side on them. While Zeikin has a more slice of life style to it, Kaoru Hana focuses mainly on romance, so if you liked Zeikin and are feeling like reading some romance, give Kaoru Hana a try. As for Zeikin, the MC gets on quests to learn from people and books (he is pretty curious), being a pretty laid back manga. While on Kaoru Hana, the main couple is trying to develop their relationship and understand one another
Manga: The Lone Spellcaster
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The Lone Spellcaster
Manga: The Player Who Can't Level Up
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The Player Who Can't Level Up
The stories of these manhwas feature and revolve around hunters/players awakening and fighting monsters, 'The Player Who Can't...' in gates and a tower, and 'The Lone Spellcaster' from outbreaks. Systems are a prominent feature in both manhwas, providing a way for the MC to grow. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Monster hunting, Systems, and The MC becoming stronger than those around him.
Manga: SSS-Class Revival Hunter
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SSS-Class Revival Hunter
Manga: The Player Who Can't Level Up
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The Player Who Can't Level Up
The stories of these manhwas feature and revolve around hunters/players awakening and climbing a tower. Systems are a prominent feature in both manhwas, providing a way for the MC to grow. The MCs in each of these manhwas each have a unique skill that makes them OP. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Powerful equipment/Egos, Monster hunting, Systems, Towers, and The MC becoming stronger than those around him.
Manga: Hoarding in Hell
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Hoarding in Hell
Manga: The Player Who Can't Level Up
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The Player Who Can't Level Up
The stories of these manhwas feature and revolve around hunters/players awakening and fighting monsters in dungeons/gates. Systems are a prominent feature in both manhwas, providing a way for the MC to grow. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Powerful equipment/Egos, Monster hunting, Systems, and The MC becoming stronger than those around him.
Manga: The Player Who Can't Level Up
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The Player Who Can't Level Up
Manga: The Return of the Disaster-Class Hero
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The Return of the Disaster-Class Hero
The stories of these manhwas feature and revolve around hunters/players awakening and fighting monsters. In 'The Return of...' the monsters spawn outside in the world instead of in dungeons/gates. The MCs in each of these manhwas each have a unique skill that makes them OP. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Powerful equipment/Egos, Monster hunting, OP MCs, and Systems.
Manga: The Player Who Can't Level Up
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The Player Who Can't Level Up
Manga: My Daughter Is the Final Boss
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My Daughter Is the Final Boss
The stories of these manhwas feature and revolve around hunters/players fighting monsters in gates/dungeons. Systems are a prominent feature in both manhwas, providing a way for the MC to grow. In 'My Daughter is...' puts a bit more focus on relationships (with his daughter and her mother) but still has plenty of focus on monster hunting and dungeons. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Monster hunting, Gates/Dungeons, Fighting for their families, and Systems.
Manga: Leveling Beyond the Max
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Leveling Beyond the Max
Manga: The Player Who Can't Level Up
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The Player Who Can't Level Up
The stories of these manhwas feature and revolve around hunters/players fighting monsters in gates/dungeons. Systems are a prominent feature in both manhwas, providing a way for the MC to grow. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Monster hunting, OP MCs, Gates/Dungeons, and Systems.
Manga: How to Use a Returner
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How to Use a Returner
Manga: The Player Who Can't Level Up
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The Player Who Can't Level Up
The stories of these manhwas feature and revolve around hunters/players fighting monsters. Systems are a prominent feature in both manhwas, providing a way for the MC to grow. However, in 'How to Use a...' the MC is less on the frontlines fighting monsters and more behind the scenes controlling people. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Powerful equipment/Egos, Monster hunting, and Systems.
Manga: The Player Who Can't Level Up
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The Player Who Can't Level Up
Manga: How to Live as a Villain
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How to Live as a Villain
The stories of these manhwas feature and revolve around hunters/players obtaining skills and fighting monsters. There is also a lot of Player vs Player fights in 'How to Live as...' Systems are a prominent feature in both manhwas, providing a way for the MC to grow. The MC in 'How to Live as...' is a villain, and everything he does is for his own gain, which is different from the MC of 'The Player Who Can't...' who is good and will try to save people. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Powerful equipment/Egos, Monster hunting, and Systems.
Manga: The Player Who Can't Level Up
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The Player Who Can't Level Up
Manga: My Master Is a Backseat Gamer
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My Master Is a Backseat Gamer
The stories of these manhwas feature and revolve around hunters/players awakening and fighting monsters that spawn in gates. Systems are a prominent feature in both manhwas, providing a way for the MC to grow. Although the MC in 'My Master is...' has a system, that is not the main reason for his growth. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Monster hunting, Systems, Gates, and The MC becoming stronger than those around him.
Manga: The Player Who Can't Level Up
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The Player Who Can't Level Up
Manga: The Ravenous Hunter
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The Ravenous Hunter
The MCs of both manhwas are very weak at the start. However, after a close encounter with death, they gain the power needed to change their fate. The MC of each manhwa has a unique power which allows him to achieve fast rates of growth. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Powerful equipment/Egos, An MC who went from being weak to strong, and Monster hunting.
Manga: The Player Who Can't Level Up
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The Player Who Can't Level Up
Manga: Dungeon Odyssey
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Dungeon Odyssey
The stories of these manhwas feature and revolve around hunters/players and fighting monsters. 'Dungeon Odyssey' is more focused on managing and growing a dungeon. However, the MC is still a strong human who fights monsters that spawn in dungeons, and even earns money doing so. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Powerful equipment/Egos, Monster hunting, Systems, and Dungeons/Gate.
Manga: The Player Who Can't Level Up
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The Player Who Can't Level Up
Manga: My Life as a Player
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My Life as a Player
The stories of these manhwas feature and revolve around hunters/players awakening and fighting monsters. Systems are a prominent feature in both manhwas, providing a way for the MC to grow. However, in 'My Life as a Player' the MC is the only one with a system with which he can grow independently The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Powerful equipment/Egos, Monster hunting, Systems, and The MC becoming stronger than those around him.
Manga: I'm the Max-Level Newbie
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I'm the Max-Level Newbie
Manga: The Player Who Can't Level Up
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The Player Who Can't Level Up
The stories of these manhwas feature and revolve around hunters/players and climbing towers. Systems are a prominent feature in both manhwas, providing a way for the MC to grow. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Powerful equipment/Egos, Monster hunting, Towers, Systems, and OP MCs.
Manga: The Player Who Can't Level Up
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The Player Who Can't Level Up
Manga: The Overpowered Newbie
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The Overpowered Newbie
The stories of these manhwas feature and revolve around hunters/players and fighting monsters spawned in towers. Each of the MC's start climbing their towers for the purpose of making money to help those who raised them. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Powerful equipment/Egos, Monster hunting, Towers, and Hunting/Climbing to earn money to help someone who helped them.
Manga: The Player Who Can't Level Up
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The Player Who Can't Level Up
Manga: Yongsa High: Dungeon Raiders
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Yongsa High: Dungeon Raiders
The stories of these manhwas feature and revolve around hunters/players and fighting monsters spawned in dungeons/gates. Each of the MCs has a sick parent which they are trying to help, and they start hunting to gain money for that purpose. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Powerful equipment/Egos, Monster hunting, Dungeons/Gates, and Sick Parents.
Manga: The Player Who Can't Level Up
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The Player Who Can't Level Up
Manga: The Creator Is on Hiatus
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The Creator Is on Hiatus
The stories of these manhwas feature and revolve around hunters/players awakening and fighting monsters. Systems are a prominent feature in both manhwas, providing a way for the MC to grow. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Powerful equipment/Egos, Monster hunting, Systems, and The MC becoming stronger than those around him.
Manga: The Player Who Can't Level Up
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The Player Who Can't Level Up
Manga: Doctor Player
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Doctor Player
The MCs of both manhwas are very weak at the start. However, after obtaining miracles they gain access to a path that will let them become strong. The MCs are able to obtain unorthodox powers and constantly surprise the people around them. 'Doctor Player' is centred around the MC being a healer instead of a fighter, but other than that both manhwas share a lot of similarities. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: An MC who went from being weak to strong, Growing through the use of systems and An MC with unique powers/methods.
Manga: The Player Who Can't Level Up
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The Player Who Can't Level Up
Manga: The Poisonous Healer
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The Poisonous Healer
The MCs of both manhwas are very weak at the start, with the MC of Poison-Eating Healer even being terminally ill. However, after a close encounter with death, they gain the power needed to change their fate. The MCs are able to obtain unorthodox powers and constantly surprise the people around them. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Powerful equipment/Egos, An MC who went from being weak/powerless to strong, Monster hunting, Systems, and Gates.
Manga: The Player Who Can't Level Up
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The Player Who Can't Level Up
Manga: Boundless Ascension
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Boundless Ascension
The stories of these manhwas feature and revolve around towers and trying to climb them. Systems are a prominent feature in both manhwas, providing a way for the MC to grow. The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Powerful equipment/Egos, An MC who started out being weak, Monster hunting, Systems, and Towers.
Manga: The Player Who Can't Level Up
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The Player Who Can't Level Up
Manga: Pick Me Up!
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Pick Me Up!
The stories of these manhwas feature and revolve around towers and trying to climb them. Systems are a prominent feature in both manhwas, providing a way for the MC to grow. However, in 'Pick Me Up!' the MC isn't extremely strong, and there is more of a focus on teamwork The feel of these manhwas is very similar as they share similar concepts, some of them being: Powerful equipment/Egos, An MC who started out being weak, Monster hunting, Systems, and Towers.
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