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Manga: Watashi, Nouryoku wa Heikinchi de tte Itta yo ne!
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Watashi, Nouryoku wa Heikinchi de tte Itta yo ne!
Manga: Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear
...then you might like
Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear
- Isekai -Cute girls doing things -Overpowered MC cute girl -Lack of common sense -Big spender MC
Manga: Pinup Boy
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Pinup Boy
Manga: Otoshiana ni Hamerarete
...then you might like
Otoshiana ni Hamerarete
Both short stories revolve around a homophobic hetero who publicly looks down upon gay men, till ofc he gets into bed with one of them.
Manga: Pastel
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Pastel
Manga: Bokura wa Minna Kawai-sou
...then you might like
Bokura wa Minna Kawai-sou
it has been long since i read pastel, so i'm not exactly sure where the two manga has similarity in story. one thing i do remember though, both manga is really slow-paced. it's quite interesting in the start , but it gradually becomes slower paced once they started dating. if you like silly romance with slow pace, go read either one.
Manga: Rosario to Vampire
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Rosario to Vampire
Manga: Mairimashita! Iruma-kun
...then you might like
Mairimashita! Iruma-kun
Both manga involve their main character enrolling and attending a school meant for supernatural creatures; the schools being meant for youkai in "Rosario to Vampire", and for demons in "Mairimashita! Iruma-kun". Being the sole humans in their respective schools (with anti-human policies), both Tsukune and Iruma must keep their human identities a secret as they make new friends and adapt to life in a new school. Both manga are primarily comedy/slice of life with some action in between. Unlike "Rosario to Vampire", "Mairimashita! Iruma-kun" does not have any ecchi or harem elements (as of yet).
Manga: Futaba-san Chi no Kyoudai
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Futaba-san Chi no Kyoudai
Manga: Siscon Ani to Brocon Imouto ga Shoujiki ni Nattara
...then you might like
Siscon Ani to Brocon Imouto ga Shoujiki ni Nattara
A somewhat similar art-style and humor, both dealing with horizontal incestuous tension — where "Siscon Ani to Brocon Imouto" deals with only one pair of siblings with an age difference, "Hutaba-san Ti no Kyoudai" deals with multiple pairs of twins, each having their own unique dynamic to them.
Manga: Boku kara Kimi ga Kienai
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Boku kara Kimi ga Kienai
Manga: Dramatic Irony
...then you might like
Dramatic Irony
Both manga have teacher x students relationships. Both are super cute and worth reading. I LOVE THEM SO MUCH! Dramatic Irony isn't finished though :'(
Manga: Kodomo no Jikan
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Kodomo no Jikan
Manga: Aki-Sora
...then you might like
Aki-Sora
Both deal with taboo relationships — in K.n.Z.'s case, about drastic age differences, and in Aki-Sora's case, about incest; both also deal with psychologically complex characters, sexual coercion, and childhood traumas. Aki-Sora can get significantly darker than K.n.Z. in its graphic treatment of rape and has very explicit sex scenes compared to the latter, whereas K.n.Z. has more humor to it.
Manga: Prunus Girl
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Prunus Girl
Manga: Trap Heroine
...then you might like
Trap Heroine
Both have essentially a very similar præmise in that a male p.o.v. character is struck by the sight of an ostensibly cute female whom he later finds out to be in his class... and male. Both explore their growing friendship and the philosophical significance of what it still means to be "male" if one appear indistinguishable from a female.
Manga: Aki-Sora
If you liked
Aki-Sora
Manga: Himegoto: Juukyuusai no Seifuku
...then you might like
Himegoto: Juukyuusai no Seifuku
Both deal with toxic, co-dependent relationships, cross-dressing, gender-dysphoria , jealousy, lies, rape, and infidelity, though Aki-Sora is definitely more light-hearted at many times than Zyuukyusai no Seihuku Both also feature fairly explicit sex-scenes.
Manga: Uwa-Koi
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Uwa-Koi
Manga: Himegoto: Juukyuusai no Seifuku
...then you might like
Himegoto: Juukyuusai no Seifuku
Both deal with characters that have that have destructive, co-dependent relationships based on lies, manipulations, and infidelities with characters having complicated love–hate feelings to each other and frequent, explicit sex scenes and rape.
Manga: Slam Dunk
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Slam Dunk
Manga: Kuroko no Basket
...then you might like
Kuroko no Basket
Very similar Basketball series about LGBTQ people playing Basketball and having a very good time.
Manga: Saezuru Tori wa Habatakanai
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Saezuru Tori wa Habatakanai
Manga: Kachou Fuugetsu
...then you might like
Kachou Fuugetsu
Both are yakuza centered manga with a bit of BL in the mix. These two manga's resemble each other in that they both have characters with turbulent past traumas. Each manga also have vividly drawn violent/abuse settings portraying the inner workings of the underworld.
Manga: D-Frag!
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D-Frag!
Manga: Bokura wa Minna Kawai-sou
...then you might like
Bokura wa Minna Kawai-sou
both mangas tell a shonen comedy story revolves around daily life. how hard it is to understand your true feelings. a lot of romance comedy act with a bunch of daily jokes. although not as much romance can be seen in d-frag since the male protag is just mr. nice guy with no interest towards female it seems, the romance comedy of female(s) trying to win his heart is definitely there. not much seriousness can be found from either manga, but kawai-sou has more clear plot towards how the story is gonna end.
Manga: Bokura wa Minna Kawai-sou
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Bokura wa Minna Kawai-sou
Manga: Grand Blue
...then you might like
Grand Blue
both mangas tell a shonen comedy story revolves around daily life. how hard it is to understand the other's true feeling. a lot of romance comedy act with a bunch of daily jokes. although not as much romance can be seen in grand blue, the possibility is definitely there. on the sideline, both mangas have this healthy rivalry between inner circle friends. the drawing and panel of the manga is also quite similar in how rusty it is presented. sometimes the drawings are so wobbly and the panel is unclear that the gag becomes a bit hard to follow. all that similarity being said, grand blue has this more serious feeling in it as it also tells about the living of divers.
Manga: Minami-ke
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Minami-ke
Manga: Oomuro-ke
...then you might like
Oomuro-ke
Wholesome! Cute! Funny! Simple! The Yuru Yuri Spin-Off, Oomuro-ke seems like it's taking many notes from Minami-ke. They both are about Sisters, all at different Age Stages, different classes and their own funny friends. They follow the families through their hilarious daily lives. If you like one of them, you'll definetly like the other.
Manga: Honzuki no Gekokujou: Shisho ni Naru Tame ni wa Shudan wo Erandeiraremasen Dai 1-bu - Hon ga Nai nara Tsukureba Ii!
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Honzuki no Gekokujou: Shisho ni Naru Tame ni wa Shudan wo Erandeiraremasen Dai 1-bu - Hon ga Nai nara Tsukureba Ii!
Manga: Toshokan no Daimajutsushi
...then you might like
Toshokan no Daimajutsushi
Though Ascendance of a Bookworm is an Isekai, Toshokan no Daimajutsushi is similar in that both main characters share a love for books and reading set in a pre-modern fantasy setting with a low literacy rate. Ascendance of a Bookworm is much more of an enterprising story, though Toshokan no Daimajutsushi seems to go more in that direction later.
Manga: Solanin
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Solanin
Manga: Watashitachi no Shiawase na Jikan
...then you might like
Watashitachi no Shiawase na Jikan
Solanin is a much lighter SoL drama than Our Happy Time, but both anime ultimately deal with adult women in the face of hardships and tragedy, both feature these women playing music in certain chapters and give a much needed message: life and time wait for nobody and are not to be taken foregranted.
Manga: Uchi no Maou Kamimasen yo
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Uchi no Maou Kamimasen yo
Manga: Jahy-sama wa Kujikenai!
...then you might like
Jahy-sama wa Kujikenai!
Both manga are funny stories that focus on the once all and powerful demon lord/lady, who now live in the human world and struggle to create relationships with humans.
Manga: Kamisama ga Uso wo Tsuku.
If you liked
Kamisama ga Uso wo Tsuku.
Manga: Koe no Katachi
...then you might like
Koe no Katachi
Both Koe no Katachi and Kamisama ga Uso wo Tsuku do have a touching story and a special ability to deliver the feelings to the reader. Both stories, while sad, do provide hope and happiness too. Both are about a friendship between a school boy and a school girl.
Manga: Anata ni Sasageru Akai Bara
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Anata ni Sasageru Akai Bara
Manga: Mushikaburi-hime
...then you might like
Mushikaburi-hime
-Unreliable narrator -shoujo -misunderstandings oof
Manga: Kimi wa Pet
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Kimi wa Pet
Manga: Kurohyou to 16-sai
...then you might like
Kurohyou to 16-sai
Similar Pet themes with ensuing love life complications
Manga: Shamo
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Shamo
Manga: Koroshiya 1
...then you might like
Koroshiya 1
Considering the dark themed stories surrounding the underground world of Japan, one could easily say that the series are quite alike.The rapid fight scenes, mafia/yakuza, art and insanity, all of it is present in both manga. Especially the beginning of Shamo reminds one of Koroshiya as a whole. An interesting read for sure.
Manga: Kiseijuu
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Kiseijuu
Manga: Tokyo Ghoul
...then you might like
Tokyo Ghoul
The basic idea behind the plot is similar. The two main characters have many common features.
Manga: Asebi to Sora Sekai no Boukensha
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Asebi to Sora Sekai no Boukensha
Manga: Shuumatsu Nani Shitemasu ka? Isogashii desu ka? Sukutte Moratte Ii desu ka?
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Shuumatsu Nani Shitemasu ka? Isogashii desu ka? Sukutte Moratte Ii desu ka?
Both are proper fantasy stories (SukaSuka does have a few RPG elements though) with similar setting; floating islands, airships, guns and big monsters. In both stories a human MC pairs up with a non-human girl to fight those monsters and uncover ancient secrets.
Manga: Kami nomi zo Shiru Sekai
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Kami nomi zo Shiru Sekai
Manga: Yamada-kun to 7-nin no Majo
...then you might like
Yamada-kun to 7-nin no Majo
(a bit of harem but not really harem) romance- one definite end has supernatural parts mixed into the romance story
Manga: Kaichou wa Maid-sama!
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Kaichou wa Maid-sama!
Manga: Mayo Chiki!
...then you might like
Mayo Chiki!
Main girl has particular cosplay both are pretty good and cute romance stories too
Manga: Ao Haru Ride
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Ao Haru Ride
Manga: Masamune-kun no Revenge
...then you might like
Masamune-kun no Revenge
with the exception that masamune is 10 times better they're love story with some twisted love triangles
Manga: Himegoto
If you liked
Himegoto
Manga: Boku Girl
...then you might like
Boku Girl
school life (romance) stories where gender plays a very important role
Manga: Ao Haru Ride
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Ao Haru Ride
Manga: ReLIFE
...then you might like
ReLIFE
display of youth in more or less sense combined with romance ao haru ride has much more drama than ReLIFE tho
Manga: Boku Girl
If you liked
Boku Girl
Manga: Komi-san wa, Comyushou desu.
...then you might like
Komi-san wa, Comyushou desu.
both have REALLY extravagant side chars that you wont find anywhere else that easily
Manga: To LOVE-Ru Darkness
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To LOVE-Ru Darkness
Manga: Nande Koko ni Sensei ga!?
...then you might like
Nande Koko ni Sensei ga!?
ecchi romance story
Manga: Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari
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Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari
Manga: Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou
...then you might like
Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou
great long novels both are isekai but the mc gets betrayed in the beginning and develops in a kinda anti-hero, that changes throughout the series tho
Manga: Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari
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Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari
Manga: Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou
...then you might like
Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou
both are isekai but the mc gets betrayed in the beginning and develops in a kinda anti-hero, that changes throughout the series tho
Manga: Kore ga Geijutsu
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Kore ga Geijutsu
Manga: Imomushi
...then you might like
Imomushi
The perverse and the taboo; the disgusting and the abject; to go beyond one's threshold of acceptability. Imomushi (the Caterpillar) reveals the extremes of depravity to which a housewife must arrive in order to maintain face and the appearances recquired by 1920's Japan. If you loved its beauty covered by horrors, check out Kore ga Geijitsu (This is Art) and its psychological horror dressed with eroticism; on it a we are shown a collection of the sexually deranged go on with their sprees of abjection. If The Caterpillar shows the typical people on extreme situations, This Is Art shows the extreme on typical situations-
Manga: Psycho Staff
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Psycho Staff
Manga: Mob Psycho 100
...then you might like
Mob Psycho 100
both are well written manga featuring psychic powers and themes regarding hard work versus innate talent, both have action and comedy
Manga: Sekai Oni
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Sekai Oni
Manga: Dead Tube
...then you might like
Dead Tube
For some reason I can't help but feel the heroines in both manga are similar. Sekai Oni is mixed with a lot of fantasy and has a focus on a young girl becoming mentally unstable while Dead Tube has a focus on making video's for views. Both contain a lot of violence.
Manga: Taiyou no Ie
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Taiyou no Ie
Manga: Nekota no Koto ga Kininatte Shikatanai.
...then you might like
Nekota no Koto ga Kininatte Shikatanai.
While there's not that many surface similarities between these two titles, I'm here today to bring you the most rare of mal recommendations, one that connects things together by actual enjoyment of the work and not because they both have redhead protagonists or something else pointless. These are two of the best modern Shoujo manga I've read, and the refreshing nature of the stories not being just the same "stupid girl falls for bad boy who verbally abuses her but he's actually really nice guys" can be felt in both manga, you can feel it in the difference between the male leads and the protagonists themselves, who remind me a lot of each other in how brash they are compared to most shoujo romance with their more demure leads. If you enjoyed one of these, it seems very possible you would enjoy the other, I certainly did.
Manga: I Am a Hero
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I Am a Hero
Manga: Under Ninja
...then you might like
Under Ninja
Same author, similar MCs and worlds that keep getting crazier with every new chapter.
Manga: Tsukiyo no Toratsugumi
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Tsukiyo no Toratsugumi
Manga: Ryuu no Kawaii Nanatsu no Ko
...then you might like
Ryuu no Kawaii Nanatsu no Ko
Both are short anthologies focusing on slice of life with a touch of fantasy
Manga: Shibito no Koe wo Kiku ga Yoi
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Shibito no Koe wo Kiku ga Yoi
Manga: Mieruko-chan
...then you might like
Mieruko-chan
both follow protag who can see shit people can't see, both had amazingly grotesque monster with a chapter per chapter kind of plot
Manga: JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 7: Steel Ball Run
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JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 7: Steel Ball Run
Manga: Love Live!
...then you might like
Love Live!
in both they make suggestive poses and repeat words how in the two have an end
Manga: Octave
If you liked
Octave
Manga: Watashi no Muchi na Watashi no Michi
...then you might like
Watashi no Muchi na Watashi no Michi
Both MC hace never been in a relashionship before, let alone with a woman, unthil the meeting this Girl who is a rather well known composer
Manga: Bokutachi ga Yarimashita
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Bokutachi ga Yarimashita
Manga: Yankee Juku e Iku
...then you might like
Yankee Juku e Iku
Also takes place in a school setting, with the same artist between both titles.
Manga: Sousei no Onmyouji
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Sousei no Onmyouji
Manga: Kimetsu no Yaiba
...then you might like
Kimetsu no Yaiba
-Both have demons/kegares -Both have two protagonists who have lost their family -Both want to eradicate demons/kegares -The female protagonist also has demon/kegares powers -In both people become demons/kegares -Both have 12 pillars or heavenly guardians -Both have 12 demonic moons or basaras -The manga is starring a boy and a girl
Manga: Sabishisugite Lesbian Fuuzoku ni Ikimashita Report
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Sabishisugite Lesbian Fuuzoku ni Ikimashita Report
Manga: Nande Ikiteru ka Wakaranai Hito Izumi Sumi 25-sai
...then you might like
Nande Ikiteru ka Wakaranai Hito Izumi Sumi 25-sai
Both mangas have a depressing atmosphere and depressive main characters.
Manga: Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunousen
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Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunousen
Manga: Spy x Family
...then you might like
Spy x Family
Both series are pretty funny though Spy X Family is darker than Kaguya Sama.The characters have lot of similarities in their designs.(infact some fans made a picture of it) Llyod is like Shirogane,Yoru is like Kaguya and Anya is like Chika,Yuri is like Ishigami.
Manga: The Breaker: New Waves
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The Breaker: New Waves
Manga: Girls of the Wild's
...then you might like
Girls of the Wild's
Both are similar because: They both have a main character that starts off weak and then becomes stronger in training, later on, they both use martial arts, they're both manhwas and they both have main characters that just refuse to give up.
Manga: The Breaker
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The Breaker
Manga: Girls of the Wild's
...then you might like
Girls of the Wild's
They both have a main character that starts off weak and then becomes stronger in training, later on, they both use martial arts, they're both manhwas and they both have main characters that ust refuse to give up.
Manga: GE: Good Ending
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GE: Good Ending
Manga: Domestic na Kanojo
...then you might like
Domestic na Kanojo
Good Ending and Domestic na Kanojo: - written by the same author - similar levels of drama - have male leads who go through similar stages - art looks similar - you will get some of the same "vibes" in both - both make you want to keep reading until the next plot twist In most aspects, they are similar to each other, so if you like one, just check out the other one
Manga: Kasane
If you liked
Kasane
Manga: Act-age
...then you might like
Act-age
There aren't many manga about acting, but these two can fill the void to what's not there. Kasane and Act-age both involve female protagonists that rise up from the bottom with their outstanding acting skills, and they both are rather dramatic. Kasane has a darker story, with a bit of supernatural in it, and the protagonist acts from her heart, while Act-age is more realistic, about a girl who acts based on her previous experiences in life. Both of them show how the protagonists grow as actors and they show how it is to act in different settings, like in TV, plays, etc.
Manga: Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica
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Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica
Manga: Yakusoku no Neverland
...then you might like
Yakusoku no Neverland
The Promised Neverland and Puella Magi Madoka Magica are two manga series that feature a female character in the lead role and seem to start off innocently. After the fate of another character, the plot is revealed to be a more mature story where the characters realize the dangers they're put in and that they are being used for others' benefit. These series are not meant for a younger/sensitive audience, as there are some scary imagery and some gore in both.
Manga: Tsurezure Children
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Tsurezure Children
Manga: Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunousen
...then you might like
Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunousen
Both are unique high school romcom manga with little fanservice and drama and not really that realistic romance and is just fictional and characters mostly struggling against confession and their feelings
Manga: Dorohedoro
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Dorohedoro
Manga: Chainsaw Man
...then you might like
Chainsaw Man
They both have a dark setting, but also applies humor. Both show gore and sometimes disgusting images. Both have a world where people with special or magical abilities live. Both have protagonists who have weird heads (?), and are a special case in regards of what species they are. Some character designs give off similar vibes.
Manga: 5-toubun no Hanayome
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5-toubun no Hanayome
Manga: Bokutachi wa Benkyou ga Dekinai
...then you might like
Bokutachi wa Benkyou ga Dekinai
Both are shounen harems with a similar tutor x students setting. And while 5toubun focuses more on character development and plot progression, Bokuben is more on episodic comedy and everyday shenanigans.
Manga: Hotarubi no Mori e
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Hotarubi no Mori e
Manga: Tokidoki
...then you might like
Tokidoki
Both have tragic ends. A ticking time bomb attached to their life-span. But at the end of their story they had that smile of satisfaction on their face that is painful to watch. That reminds us that they didn't deserve this fate, living a little while longer wouldn't hurt, and dying young shouldn't be an option at all. Both are extremely good manga. Hope you will enjoy your read. Thank you.
Manga: Saikyou Densetsu Kurosawa
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Saikyou Densetsu Kurosawa
Manga: Mada, Ikiteru
...then you might like
Mada, Ikiteru
The protagonists of these works are similar as both lived typical salarymen lives until events drove them off track to start living life on the edge. The mangas also explore manliness and relationships.
Manga: Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou
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Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou
Manga: Aria
...then you might like
Aria
Both stories feature lovable protagonists who value the little things in life and learn beautiful lessons along the way. Both works are calm and relaxing, set in a future where some disaster struck the planet, but which carries a beautiful mood behind something sad. The interaction of the cast is very cute and is a triumph in both stories, even if it's more subtle and more "internal" in Yokohama. Aria has a stronger and more direct emotional charge, but they are still similar and incredibly touching, especially for lovers of the Slice of Life genre.
Manga: Ohimesama no Himitsu
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Ohimesama no Himitsu
Manga: Oya ga Urusai node Kouhai (♀) to Gisou Kekkon Shitemita.
...then you might like
Oya ga Urusai node Kouhai (♀) to Gisou Kekkon Shitemita.
'Fake it till make it!' Two cuties start go out because practical reason, but they loves find the way. :) Very heartwarming and light-ish stories for everyone.
Manga: Yondome wa Iya na Shizokusei Majutsushi
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Yondome wa Iya na Shizokusei Majutsushi
Manga: Kuro no Maou
...then you might like
Kuro no Maou
Both start off very similar, a Japanese man is summoned to another world, however this isn't an isekai where they start off with OP powers. Both are tortured and treated as slaves while trying to cultivate the power of the MC. In Kuro no Maou, the MC manages to escape, whereas in Yondome wa Iya na Shizokusei Majutsushi the MC dies and is reborn a second time, this time vowing to kill humans. Both are revenge stories.
Manga: Ijousha no Ai
If you liked
Ijousha no Ai
Manga: Minasama no Omocha desu
...then you might like
Minasama no Omocha desu
- Both series deal with dark themes like abusive relationships, aggression, blackmail, etc; - Both have yandere girls - In both the main character needs to find a way to survive and release himself - Both have interesting story
Manga: Stretch
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Stretch
Manga: Dumbbell Nan Kilo Moteru?
...then you might like
Dumbbell Nan Kilo Moteru?
Shows intructions on how to do stretches/exercises. Dumbbell is more of a comedy but they both have sol settings.
Manga: Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san
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Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san
Manga: Ijiranaide, Nagatoro-san
...then you might like
Ijiranaide, Nagatoro-san
They are very similar in many ways. First off the girls both tease/bully the guy. Second they have a little crush on the guy. The main setting in both is a school. That’s about all I have
Manga: Otoyomegatari
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Otoyomegatari
Manga: Tenju no Kuni
...then you might like
Tenju no Kuni
Both manga are historical fiction/romance set in central Asia a couple hundred years ago. Although, between the two, I'd say Otoyomegatari's breathtakingly beautiful artwork makes it the better series.
Manga: Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san
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Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san
Manga: Shinigami Bocchan to Kuro Maid
...then you might like
Shinigami Bocchan to Kuro Maid
Both are sugary sweet, romantic, slice of life. Both have a shy, meek male protagonist and a female protagonist who teases him.
Manga: Help!!
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Help!!
Manga: Tonari wa Nani wo Kuu Hito zo
...then you might like
Tonari wa Nani wo Kuu Hito zo
Both manga feature a college student who is helped out by her neighbour and slowly falls in love. They are both heartwarming manga that not only develops the romance but also relationships between friends and parents.
Manga: Ouran Koukou Host Club
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Ouran Koukou Host Club
Manga: Special A
...then you might like
Special A
Both stories revolve around high school students where the main female protagonist differs from the others as she's not rich and attends the school with a scholarship. Where these two stories are really similar is the relationship between the members in the host club/special A class. Character development plays a big part and is done beautifully.
Manga: Detective Conan
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Detective Conan
Manga: Tantei Xeno to Nanatsu no Satsujin Misshitsu
...then you might like
Tantei Xeno to Nanatsu no Satsujin Misshitsu
Both series are mystery revolving around a genius detective. What's similar is definitely not the plot but the way they offer suspense and a sense of excitement. A detective story challenges the brain to solve puzzles and that's exactly what these manga excell at. From Shinichi/Conan's thought-through deductions to Xeno's confidence in his abilities as a detective.
Manga: Alien 9
If you liked
Alien 9
Manga: Dead Dead Demon's Dededededestruction
...then you might like
Dead Dead Demon's Dededededestruction
Cute girls against the world apocalypse. Similar plot elements (people who live in a world where alien invasion became an actual life), moral problems, type of comedy, and characters. Kasumi = Ontan. DeDeDe is much deeper and emotional than Alien 9, but both of them are enjoyable.
Manga: Albert-ke no Reijou wa Botsuraku wo Goshomou desu
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Albert-ke no Reijou wa Botsuraku wo Goshomou desu
Manga: Akuyaku Reijou wa, Shomin ni Totsugitai!!
...then you might like
Akuyaku Reijou wa, Shomin ni Totsugitai!!
Villainess MC? Check. Reincarnation? Check. Wacky romance? Double check. Wrecking the original plot? Definitely check.
Manga: Tetsuwan Atom
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Tetsuwan Atom
Manga: Pluto
...then you might like
Pluto
Original story, but completely different otherwise. Might not enjoy it but its nice to see the source material for Pluto.
Manga: One Piece
If you liked
One Piece
Manga: Kid
...then you might like
Kid
Strong protagonist and story with huge emphasis on bonds between characters. But the biggest similarity is the artstyle, which is very similar to One Piece and was probably inspired by it.
Manga: Juunikyuu de Tsukamaete
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Juunikyuu de Tsukamaete
Manga: Christie: High Tension
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Christie: High Tension
Zodiac P.I. and Young Miss Holmes are two mystery manga series about a female main character with long blonde hair taking on cases (many of them being murders) and solving mysteries. Both of the main characters have a companion (more than one in Young Miss Holmes's case) who helps them solve mysteries. Both series also have some tragic events tied to some of the characters in the story.
Manga: Full Moon wo Sagashite
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Full Moon wo Sagashite
Manga: Juunikyuu de Tsukamaete
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Juunikyuu de Tsukamaete
Zodiac P.I. and Full Moon wo Sagashite are two shoujo manga series about a girl following in the path of their parents, with Lili becoming a fortune-teller and Mitsuki finding interest in a musical career. The MC meets a boy with dark hair and seems to be a bit irritable with them at first, but eventually they become best friends. Both series not only have a bit of a fantasy aspect, whether it be a fortune-telling ring or shinigami, but also some tragedy revolving the plot. The art styles of both manga are also somewhat similar.
Manga: Cardcaptor Sakura
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Cardcaptor Sakura
Manga: Juunikyuu de Tsukamaete
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Juunikyuu de Tsukamaete
Zodiac P.I. and Cardcaptor Sakura are two shoujo manga series about a female main character that has possession of an item(s) capable of supernatural abilities. In fact, both series' items in question are capable of being utilized for fortune-telling means (Zodiac P.I.'s Star Ring can show a person's horoscope and the Clow Cards in Cardcaptor Sakura can be used to foresee events). Both series also has the female lead be very good at P.E. and meet a tsundere love interest.
Manga: Juunikyuu de Tsukamaete
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Juunikyuu de Tsukamaete
Manga: Kitchen no Ohimesama
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Kitchen no Ohimesama
Zodiac P.I. and Kitchen Princess are two shoujo manga series drawn by Natsuki Ando that features a female main character with long blonde hair and a bit of an enthusiastic personality. The MC in both series meets a boy with dark hair and an attitude common with tsunderes (they also look very similar due to the same manga-ka, so possible same-face syndrome), who ends up becoming best friends with the MC. Despite these series being in different genres, they both have similar romantic tones, and if you liked one of these two series, you are sure to like the other.
Manga: Honjitsu no Neko jijou
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Honjitsu no Neko jijou
Manga: Fushigi Neko no Kyuu-chan
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Fushigi Neko no Kyuu-chan
Both are good manga for cat lovers, are slice of life with cute cat stories about the cats with funny personalities and the relationship with their human ,also both have heartwarming stories and simple drawing
Manga: Banana Fish
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Banana Fish
Manga: Ajin
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Ajin
Both have shoot-outs, evil scientists doing unethical experiments, prison scenes, attempted rape, appearances by the Chinese mafia, old men who are obsessed with teenage boys, and bromance. Banana Fish has BL subtext though.
Manga: Death Note
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Death Note
Manga: Dr. Stone
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Dr. Stone
-Both MC's are incredible intelligent -Both MC's use intellect to outwit opponents
Manga: Black Bird
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Black Bird
Manga: Kamisama Hajimemashita
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Kamisama Hajimemashita
Both mangas are about the love between human girl and yokai and thei struggle to make it work.
Manga: Kareshi Kanojo no Jijou
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Kareshi Kanojo no Jijou
Manga: Sekirara ni Kiss
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Sekirara ni Kiss
Both stories start off with female leads who try act perfect among their classmates. After meeting a guy, they both drop their masks and act like their real selves. Whereas Sekirara ni Kiss has the two leads begin with a friendly relationship, Kareshi Kanojo has the leads sparring.
Manga: Switch Girl!!
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Switch Girl!!
Manga: Sekirara ni Kiss
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Sekirara ni Kiss
Both female leads are hiding who they really are from their peers until an encounter with a new guy causes them to show their true selves. Romance ensues. Switch girl is much more comedic while Sekirara ni Kiss is more serious.
Manga: Palepoli
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Palepoli
Manga: Garden
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Garden
Due to the manga being of the same author they share the same esque, humor and absurdity. Although Palepoli is more comical, the garden has its own bits of funny moments. The biblical references are present in both manga and I can't get enough of them. Give it a read I say.
Manga: Kamisama ga Uso wo Tsuku.
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Kamisama ga Uso wo Tsuku.
Manga: Koe no Katachi
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Koe no Katachi
They're both about a boy and a girl growing a bond through a difficult situation. Just like in 'A Silent Voice' the male character in 'The Gods lie' forms a bond with the female lead by being there for her and helping her our during difficulties in her life. Though unlike 'A Silent Voice' he's not there for her because of a disability, but more through helping her with her difficult living conditions. This is a very sweet and emotional one shot story that I'm sure fans of 'A Silent Voice' will enjoy.
Manga: Ansatsu Kyoushitsu
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Ansatsu Kyoushitsu
Manga: Boku no Hero Academia
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Boku no Hero Academia
There's a lot of similarities but to me the biggest one is between the main characters: Nagisa and Midoriya. Both of them are sweet boys that people initially gave NOTHING for but that slowly become the best in their entire class. Both of them write notes, one about his teacher's weaknesses and the other notes about superheroes in general, so they're very analytical characters. They also build a kind of father-son relationship with their respective teachers. I'm sure that whoever liked one of these will also like the other one
Manga: InuYasha
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InuYasha
Manga: Kamisama Hajimemashita
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Kamisama Hajimemashita
there are A LOT of similarities between InuYasha and Kamisama Hajimemashita - Human girl falls in love with youkai boy ->who feels the same way for her but is still kind of hung up on his ex who may or may not be somehow "connected" to said human girl (can't say any more than that, spoilers lol) - She gets powers she didn't even know she could have (nanami has "God" powers whereas Kagome is a miko) - Time Travel (sorta?) - Love Triangles - "Should I give up being a youkai so I can be with the human girl I love?" - LOTS MORE!!! The major differences is that InuYasha is a shounen and focuses more on the adventure genre (though it has lots of romantic moments too!) while Kamisama Hajimemashita is a shoujo and focuses more on the romance genre. But both of them are equally great! If you like one, I'm sure you'll also like the other!
Manga: Munou no Hito
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Munou no Hito
Manga: Reiraku
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Reiraku
Inio Asano (author of Reiraku) admittedly read Yoshiharu Tsuge's "Worthless Man", a classic of Gekiga. Art about the trade of art, both of these manga are pessimistic insights into the results of following one's most intimate dreams. Asano's "Downfall" might make you frown with disgust at its unrepentant honesty and selfishness; Tsuge's "Useless Man" might pull out the most compassionate sighs when it presents to you its crushing apathetic universe.
Manga: Pashiri na Boku to Koisuru Banchou-san
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Pashiri na Boku to Koisuru Banchou-san
Manga: Tonikaku Kawaii
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Tonikaku Kawaii
This manga is another good romcom that has a lot of cute and loveable elements. They both know how to balance are and romance together without making it inappropriate. Both are very kawaii and are two of my Favorite mangas
Manga: Nisekoi
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Nisekoi
Manga: Fuufu Ijou, Koibito Miman.
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Fuufu Ijou, Koibito Miman.
Main characters being in a forced relationship. and theres childhood friends who are in love with each other but either too scared to confess or make any progress.. seems familiar right?
Manga: Meteor Methuselah
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Meteor Methuselah
Manga: Spirit Circle
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Spirit Circle
Both mangas have the cycle of life as well as meaning of life as the main part of the story. Both are adventure type mangas with a more or less darker feeling to them. Both have romance. If you liked Immortal Rain, I highly suggest you at least try Spirit Circle out.
Manga: Goshujinsama to Kemonomimi no Shoujo Mel
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Goshujinsama to Kemonomimi no Shoujo Mel
Manga: Koushin Koinu ni Koibumi wo
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Koushin Koinu ni Koibumi wo
Both series focus on a young cute girl who has been taken in by a mature older woman and follows their relationship. In Goshujinsama its a maid and master relationship and in Koushin its a senpai and kouhai type of relationship. If you liked one I'm very confident you'll like the other and highly recommend both series.
Manga: Innocent W
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Innocent W
Manga: Ousama Game
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Ousama Game
A test of survival that includes many deaths and a LOT of gory scenes. Albeit Ousama Game starting as a game and Innocent W as a hunt, they both end up having to fight for a chance to live and even friends turn on their own friends. Both works are not realistic at all when it comes to human relationships or just character writing, but offer that kind of senseless violence and edgy fanservice which serve fine if you are in that mood. Innocent W is probably the worse one of the two as things progress too fast and almost every character is crazier than the other, but if it is creative violence you're looking for with some mystery plot, both serve that purpose.
Manga: Uragiri wa Boku no Namae wo Shitteiru
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Uragiri wa Boku no Namae wo Shitteiru
Manga: Saiyaku wa Boku wo Suki Sugiru
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Saiyaku wa Boku wo Suki Sugiru
Both 'Betrayal Knows My Name' and 'Disasters Like Me Too Much' have similar feels. From the super natural, to the romance it has good pacing. Misfortune and thrills to keep you on your toes.
Manga: IS: Otoko demo Onna demo Nai Sei
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IS: Otoko demo Onna demo Nai Sei
Manga: Shimanami Tasogare
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Shimanami Tasogare
These two have really similar air and i guarantee that they’re both moving and real. They both give insight into what these people go through, shimanami is about LGBT and IS about intersex people.
Manga: Ouji-sama to Haiiro no Hibi
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Ouji-sama to Haiiro no Hibi
Manga: Shimanami Tasogare
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Shimanami Tasogare
Even though one is a shojo and the other is seinen, they both have a character that crossdresses and even though shimanami delves deeper into these stuff they both reminded me of each other, and the art is a bit similar
Manga: Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san
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Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san
Manga: Komi-san wa, Comyushou desu.
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Komi-san wa, Comyushou desu.
Both are a very cute slow progressing (But indeed have development, just "slow") fun romance. Reading both of these I gets the feeling of "Why are both of them not married yet??". If you like cute, wholesome, happy, and all the adorableness I recommend to check this out!
Manga: Sengoku Danshi Hana no Ran
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Sengoku Danshi Hana no Ran
Manga: Ashi-Girl
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Ashi-Girl
Both are humorous stories involving time travel and a romance between a modern girl and a Sengoku era warrior.
Manga: Orange
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Orange
Manga: Ano Natsu.
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Ano Natsu.
Time travel! Of sorts. Present, past and future are 3 realities that get tangled in both these works involving high school friends. In Orange this happens through future letters, while in Ano Natsu they wake up during their high school days and as it happens, it comes down to mostly one person. Not only that, but both groups of friends have their secrets and misunderstandings that they try to fix, yet the consequences of their actions are heavy on their mind. The explanation of time tampering is different, yet equally illogical in the sense that this heavily relies in random powers of the universe, however their true difference is the ending goal. While Orange is more subdued and contains relatable drama, Ano Natsu takes it a notch higher and goes a bit out control with the twists and the characters' behavior, yet there is drama as well, even if just a bit less effective.
Manga: Dengeki Daisy
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Dengeki Daisy
Manga: QQ Sweeper
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QQ Sweeper
It's from the same author, so obviously it would have the same feelings. I feel Dengeki Daisy all over QQ Sweeper even though it's a very different story. It's very good and got the same vibe. Warning though, Dengeki Daisy romantic story is about adult and a high school student.
Manga: Dungeon Meshi
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Dungeon Meshi
Manga: Kumika no Mikaku
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Kumika no Mikaku
Both have have an overarching plot, but also have a "food of the chapter" thing going on where they try out a new kind of food during each chapter. They are rather lighthearted in nature. Dungeon Meshi is set in a dungeon where a party of adventurers tries to rescue the protagonists sister that got eaten by a red dragon. On their journey they hunt monsters and plants in order to cook meals. Kumika no Mikaku is set in an office with adult human and aliens. The protagonist Kumika is an alien that got an officejob on earth and by chance tastes human food. Fascinated by the new tastes, she goes on and explores all kinds of food during free time by herself or with her colleagues during work. This one also has a satisfying romance subplot for the main character.
Manga: Tokyo Ghoul
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Tokyo Ghoul
Manga: Bastard
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Bastard
I mean they are basically the same. Way too edgy, but you grow to enjoy the edginess. Although I would say TG has a better cast.
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