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Manga: Berserk
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Berserk
Manga: Chainsaw Man
...then you might like
Chainsaw Man
Aside from the fact that fujimoto was inspired in a way on berserk, both are a rollercoster of emotions and feelings, great art and both antagonists are sexy son/daughter of a bitch.
Manga: Devilman
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Devilman
Manga: Chainsaw Man
...then you might like
Chainsaw Man
Devilman is the great great grandfather of chainsaw man both protagonists are 16 year old who where possesed by the most powerful demon (kinda) and become demon hunters, both antagonists are the devil in person and are gory, brutal and fucking badass stories
Manga: Hananoi-kun to Koi no Yamai
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Hananoi-kun to Koi no Yamai
Manga: Kaketa Tsuki to Doughnut
...then you might like
Kaketa Tsuki to Doughnut
While Kaketa Tsuki is Yuri romance and Hananoi-kun is a male-female romance, both have: - The idea of working on individual goals/insecurities in order to be able to properly maintain relationships, romantic or not. - Realistic character insecurities and personalities - Have characters that can properly communicate their feelings with one another Kaketa Tsuki is a little less spicy as Hananoi-kun, but still has really good payoff moments. If you liked Ase to Sekken as well, you will like both of these, as all three of these works use the "work on oneself to better the relationship" mantra that produces very good stories.
Manga: Berserk
If you liked
Berserk
Manga: Vagabond
...then you might like
Vagabond
Both have an excelent and beautiful art style, both tell the story about solitary men trying to find a goal in their lifes, both share a medieval like setting, though one it's a more fantastic one in Europe and the other one is on start 1600s japan in a more realistic setting. Both perform good action sequences with swords and the swordsmanship relation. More are epic stories based on their protagonists which are good characters.
Manga: Dorohedoro
If you liked
Dorohedoro
Manga: JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 8: JoJolion
...then you might like
JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 8: JoJolion
a memorable artstyle with an interesting world, gruesome imagery and fun characters
Manga: Termina
If you liked
Termina
Manga: Rapid Commuter Underground
...then you might like
Rapid Commuter Underground
Mundane train travel made into exuerience through unusual story elements and surreal artstyle.
Manga: Berserk
If you liked
Berserk
Manga: Goblin Slayer
...then you might like
Goblin Slayer
The two series share the the same feeling. -There's a protagonist who literally to angry to die. -Strong will to fight till the end and destroy their enemies. -Some "romance" -Some people who always willing to help the hero. -Medival place ( I mean sword fight mostly)
Manga: D.Gray-man
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D.Gray-man
Manga: Chrno Crusade
...then you might like
Chrno Crusade
D.Gray-man and Chrno Crusade’s main protagonists are pretty similar. The art style is also similar as well, and both manga have a conflict between good and evil. There is religious undertones in both manga as well, but it is more prevalent in Chrno Crusade. Check them out!
Manga: Sono Bisque Doll wa Koi wo Suru
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Sono Bisque Doll wa Koi wo Suru
Manga: Wondance
...then you might like
Wondance
In both of these mangas, the introverted main character meets a girl who is his polar opposite and who ends up breaking his shell and contaminating him with her passion.
Manga: Color Engineering
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Color Engineering
Manga: Rapid Commuter Underground
...then you might like
Rapid Commuter Underground
Both of these manga step outside the typical artstyle and instead employ unusual and experimental techniques to paint colorful and artsy result, creating a manga that when reading feels like going through an art gallery.
Manga: Jumyou wo Kaitotte Moratta. Ichinen ni Tsuki, Ichimanen de.
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Jumyou wo Kaitotte Moratta. Ichinen ni Tsuki, Ichimanen de.
Manga: Kimi wa Houkago Insomnia
...then you might like
Kimi wa Houkago Insomnia
Both have a male and a female lead who meet each other through their life difficulties and who end up sharing a strong bond.
Manga: Fullmetal Alchemist
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Fullmetal Alchemist
Manga: Pandora Hearts
...then you might like
Pandora Hearts
Fullmetal Alchemist and Pandora Hearts are both manga published by Square Enix, but there’s much more similarities than just that. The main protagonists of both manga are blond haired boys (Edward Elric/Oz Vessalius) with daddy issues. Both manga have similar settings as well, and the humor and quite a bit of the characters are similar, the closest comparisons I can make are Elliot Nightray to Edward Elric (Oz is more similar to Alphonse IMO) and Lottie to Lust. Also, Jun Mochizuki’s main inspiration was Fullmetal Alchemist, so there you go ;)
Manga: D.Gray-man
If you liked
D.Gray-man
Manga: Fullmetal Alchemist
...then you might like
Fullmetal Alchemist
D.Gray-man and Fullmetal Alchemist have a sad plot, but has some humor mixed in it. Both have quite a bit of action, while FMA is more action oriented than DGM, especially later on in DGM. Allen Walker looks and acts somewhat similar to Edward Elric, and the villains, the Noah and the Homunculi, are very similar. Check them both out!
Manga: Berserk
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Berserk
Manga: Vagabond
...then you might like
Vagabond
Berserk and Vagabond are respectively my 1st and 2nd favorite manga. I have enormous respect for Kentaro Miura (RIP) and Takehiko Inoue for creating such excellent stories and characters, as well as magnificent art. Berserk's story is much deeper, but it resembles in some ways the story of Vagabond, and Guts and Takezo are very similar characters.
Manga: Kimi ga Bokura wo Akuma to Yonda Koro
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Kimi ga Bokura wo Akuma to Yonda Koro
Manga: Shinai naru Boku e Satsui wo Komete
...then you might like
Shinai naru Boku e Satsui wo Komete
The common concept of these manga works is the unbeknownst protagonist, searching for the reasons behind the events taking place in the present time. While Kimi ga Bokura wo Akuma to Yonda Koro (Akuma) deals with amnesia due to seemingly unknown reasons, Shinai naru Boku e Satsui wo Komete (Shinai) has a more intricate plot, revolving around Dissociative Personality Disorder (frequently misconceived as Schizophrenia). While reading Akuma I couldn't help but think I was reading a story by the same author as Shinai (albeit not) - the motives of the main characters for having the desire to unfold the truth are identical, and so is the setting in which that occurs - one of mystery, combined with psychological thriller and horror elements. If you've ever picked up and enjoyed one of these stories, the other is a definite recommendation in my book.
Manga: Travel
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Travel
Manga: Rapid Commuter Underground
...then you might like
Rapid Commuter Underground
The simple act of commuting through train is turned into a surreal experience through the manga's use of atypical artstyle and unusual imaginery.
Manga: Ashizuri Suizokukan
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Ashizuri Suizokukan
Manga: Rapid Commuter Underground
...then you might like
Rapid Commuter Underground
Protagonist's journey through a world that seems to be a merge of our world and a dream world, the manga is full of surreal scenery and overall is mainly and artsy work rather than a storytelling piece.
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 story pretty similar the story, the art the comedy is similar with both of them you can laugh with both of them while reading, they make me smile when I read them
Manga: Uchi no Tsukaima ga Sumimasen
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Uchi no Tsukaima ga Sumimasen
Manga: Nicola no Oyururi Makai Kikou
...then you might like
Nicola no Oyururi Makai Kikou
Humans traveling a fantasy world with a demon sidekick who shows them the ropes as they search for a missing parent. Nicola is a bit more slice of life whereas Sorry for My Familiar has more action.
Manga: Basara
If you liked
Basara
Manga: 7 Seeds
...then you might like
7 Seeds
You definitely should read both of these. SHOULD. You have to.
Manga: Urami Koi, Koi, Urami Koi.
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Urami Koi, Koi, Urami Koi.
Manga: Catulus Syndrome
...then you might like
Catulus Syndrome
Both have cute catgirls who are shy and can transform into cats. Both contain love rivals, confessions, and cute embarrassment. Both of the catgirls often behave as cats would. Catulus Syndrome has more yuri, and in my opinion the cuter catgirl, and shyness trends towards depression themes. Tayotare is closer to social anxiety, and contains more fighting than cats. I highly recommend both, as they all have good kitties.
Manga: Hakaijuu
If you liked
Hakaijuu
Manga: Green Worldz
...then you might like
Green Worldz
Both of them are similar because they involve big powerful creatures that are dangerous for the human race. The stories of both of these mangas are different and treat different topics but they give the same feeling when reading them and I am pretty sure you will enjoy one if you enjoyed the other. The art is pretty good in both of them (better in Hakaijuu imo) and the stories are pretty easy to follow.
Manga: A Good Day to Be a Dog
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A Good Day to Be a Dog
Manga: A Guide to Proper Dating
...then you might like
A Guide to Proper Dating
both center a female lead who crushes on their charming co-worker/school-mate, and begs for the help of said co-worker/school-mate's best friend who coincidentally is another one of their love interests. While Good Day has a more supernatural twist, they both are jam packed with comedy and drama.
Manga: Homunculus
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Homunculus
Manga: Oyasumi Punpun
...then you might like
Oyasumi Punpun
They have very heavy and depressive atmosphere and both manga too made me feel pretty disturbing and uncomfortable.They showing ourself to how many fucked up we are as a humans. Also both take realistic way for the making commentary about society and life
Manga: Fujiyama-san wa Shishunki
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Fujiyama-san wa Shishunki
Manga: Miageru to Kimi wa
...then you might like
Miageru to Kimi wa
Both love stories are about a short guy dating a tall girl.
Manga: JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 8: JoJolion
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JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 8: JoJolion
Manga: Bakemonogatari
...then you might like
Bakemonogatari
Collection of weird occurences of characters with unnatural status in one town. Both series have amazing art and great aesthetic sense.
Manga: Bleach
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Bleach
Manga: Black Bird
...then you might like
Black Bird
While Bleach is a Shonen and Black Bird is a Shoujo, they both have non-human beings who fight with swords in black robes, along with spirits and such. The main character of Bleach, Ichigo, can see spirits. Black Bird's main character, Misao, begins to see and attract spirits when she turns 16. Both have instances of memory replacement/memory blocking from the spirits (or demons). Both have non-human people with animal features or powers. (The demons and the Arrancars.) Both have a character who has too much power and seal it behind something (Kenpachi with his eyepatch and Zenki with his tattoos.) Both have a character who is stoic but loves his wife. (Byakuya and Sagami). The romance isn't for everyone and it gets kinda spicy at times, but if you like Bleach and Shoujo, check it out.
Manga: Deadman Wonderland
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Deadman Wonderland
Manga: Yakusoku no Neverland
...then you might like
Yakusoku no Neverland
They both have a main character whose life is practically destroyed one day by death. Both have a main character who is trapped in a prison and wants to get out. While the characters in The Promised Neverland are fighting their "mom" to eventually escape into a hostile world they must escape from or change (or be eaten), the main character of Deadman Wonderland, Ganta, is trapped within a prison that will kill him if he doesn't do what he needs to. In both stories the main characters (who are 13-14) meet people who start off as their enemy, but eventually become their allies to fight against the Big Evil tm. And they both have (spoilers!) A certain white haired friend that is seen as a villain at some point in the story, who commits mass murder, and wants to be free. There's also a group of enemies with masks in each, but they aren't super similar otherwise, one being demons and the other being genetically modified humans. Basically both series have kids who go through way too much for someone their age to have to go through, while being seen as food or sub-human and treated like trash by the groups who hold that view of them. Also both have meh anime adaptations that disregard the manga's later story line.
Manga: Akuyaku Reijou desu ga, Shiawase ni Natte Misemasu wa!: Anthology Comic
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Akuyaku Reijou desu ga, Shiawase ni Natte Misemasu wa!: Anthology Comic
Manga: Akuyaku Reijou desu ga, Heroine ni Kouryaku saretemasu wa!?: Anthology Comic
...then you might like
Akuyaku Reijou desu ga, Heroine ni Kouryaku saretemasu wa!?: Anthology Comic
a compilation of villainess x heroine stories for the yuri public
Manga: Tonari no Metaller-san
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Tonari no Metaller-san
Manga: Come to Hand
...then you might like
Come to Hand
On a snowy day, the protagonists are saved by their opposites after collapsing in front of their apartment door in Tonari no Metaller-san and in front of the tattoo shop in Come to Hand. Music also plays a role in both stories.
Manga: Happy Kuso Life
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Happy Kuso Life
Manga: Evening Dinner
...then you might like
Evening Dinner
Next door neighbors who bicker a lot but always end up with each other. Loads of chaotic energy in both stories.
Manga: D.Gray-man
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D.Gray-man
Manga: Pandora Hearts
...then you might like
Pandora Hearts
This is similar to Pandora hearts by having the same overall vibe that Pandora Hearts has and has somewhat similar characters.
Manga: Ichigo Mashimaro
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Ichigo Mashimaro
Manga: 12-sai.
...then you might like
12-sai.
12-sai. is another slice of life anime set around the life of a bunch of Elementary School friends but with romance added. if you want some cute and funny storys about cute girls doing cute things and you enjoy some romance, this is perfect for you.
Manga: Chotto Matte yo, Hanaya-san
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Chotto Matte yo, Hanaya-san
Manga: Keikakuteki Pavlov Maker
...then you might like
Keikakuteki Pavlov Maker
A love story between a young boy and a man who works in a creative field (chef/florist). Despite the older man being interested in the young boy, he maintains a distance between them for fear of the age gap between them and it's the boy who then takes things forward.
Manga: Fruit, Gateau au Chocolat
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Fruit, Gateau au Chocolat
Manga: Kimi ni Koisuru Hazu ga Nai
...then you might like
Kimi ni Koisuru Hazu ga Nai
Cute love stories between a blond ikemen and his black haired colleague. Both of them are passionate about a specific hobby and this is how the two bond over it with each other.
Manga: Fruit, Gateau au Chocolat
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Fruit, Gateau au Chocolat
Manga: 86-manen no Hatsukoi
...then you might like
86-manen no Hatsukoi
Both stories are about a beautiful ikemen that falls hard for a plain/boring guy in spectacles.
Manga: Konya mo Kimi ni Gochisousama
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Konya mo Kimi ni Gochisousama
Manga: Keikakuteki Pavlov Maker
...then you might like
Keikakuteki Pavlov Maker
Love stories between a chef/baker and someone who's in love with their delicious cooking
Manga: Jisatsu Yuugi
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Jisatsu Yuugi
Manga: Futsuu no Yoru
...then you might like
Futsuu no Yoru
Comedical take of the (among others) Ultraman franchise.
Manga: Ultraman
If you liked
Ultraman
Manga: Futsuu no Yoru
...then you might like
Futsuu no Yoru
Both of these manga are alternative takes on the Ultraman franchise, so if you're a fan, perhaps consider checking these out.
Manga: Hebi Shoujo
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Hebi Shoujo
Manga: Barairo no Kaibutsu
...then you might like
Barairo no Kaibutsu
(As Barairo ni Kaibutsu is a collection of stories, this recommendation is mainly for the Knight of the Ribbon chapter) Both are creepy vintage manga that deal with the concept of a "snake girl". Both made by veterans of horror manga industry, check them out if you like the aesthetic of oldschool manga.
Manga: Lovers♥Doll
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Lovers♥Doll
Manga: Kimi wa Midara na Boku no Joou
...then you might like
Kimi wa Midara na Boku no Joou
So if you don't mind yaoi and for you romance is romance after all, both of these short mangas have a romance that starts for a supernatural element (and that supernatural aspect is continuously present throughout the story), the synopsis says it, so I'm not gonna repeat them, there's also comedy mixup and it's fair amount of drama moments in both, besides that both have very explicit sex scenes, nothing that crosses the line of hentai and of course go in line with the romance, so it's another point alike. I repeat Lovers♥Doll is yaoi, disregard this comparation if you don't like that.
Manga: Bloomer Mama
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Bloomer Mama
Manga: Chikako Obasan to Kedamono Mitai na Oikko
...then you might like
Chikako Obasan to Kedamono Mitai na Oikko
So this recommendation is mostly for the main story in Bloomer Mama and the penultimate chapter, that are both shotacon with mother as the focus, in Chikako Obasan To blah blah is aunt oriented as the name indicates, but both are about a mature lady wanting some fun with a young and energetic boy. The rest of the chapters in Bloomer Mama don't have the shotacon sub-genre.
Manga: Ginga Eiyuu Densetsu
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Ginga Eiyuu Densetsu
Manga: Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei
...then you might like
Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei
Ginga Eiyuu Densetsu and Mahouka KouKou no Rettousei are futuristic alternative history politic heavy sci-fies with genius main characters (Yang/Tatsuya) that solve eeverything that comes along their way by using their brains and their rivals (Reinhard/Masaki) are boisterous ouji-sans from wealthy families that vehemently go against the MC's ideals. Both series boast large cast of characters, BL and pseudo-harem undertones for each respective series and very controversial themes such as dictatorship, incest (Mahouka exclusive), and nationalism. They're highy violent so be prepared for some bloody and gory scenes here and there.
Manga: Full Metal Panic!
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Full Metal Panic!
Manga: Sword Art Online
...then you might like
Sword Art Online
Sword Art Online is Full Metal Panic!'s spiritual sucessor as in a sence of cultural impact, influence and overall quality (KLNGS winners) because both got a cool, badass and laid back protagonist paired up with a powerful, likable and kickass heroines that is able to stand up for themselves and help other people along their way and support the hero throughout his jorney. Both series are action-filled sci-fi romcoms with pseudo-harem subplots, grandiose romances and conclusive endings to each arc. 16/10.
Manga: Pandora Hearts
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Pandora Hearts
Manga: Zetsuen no Tempest
...then you might like
Zetsuen no Tempest
Dark fantasy manga about a festidious blonde boy that goes on a search along with his childhood best friend to find out about the mysteries related to his lover and ends up being antagonized by a secret magical organization, not only that but both manga feature beautiful artworks, amazing character interactions and developments and lastly both got mindblowing plottwists and superb fighting scenes.
Manga: Killing Stalking
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Killing Stalking
Manga: Painter of the Night
...then you might like
Painter of the Night
Honestly incredibly similar, if you like one you'll like the other. Both include deep levels of manipulation, both physically and mentally, and both present equally toxic relationships. Plus both manwhas are in colour which is a plus.
Manga: K-On!
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K-On!
Manga: High☆Speed!
...then you might like
High☆Speed!
Light-hearted moe-driven slice-of-lifes featuring all same-gender after-school groups foused on achieving a goal and kawaiikos that display a whole lot of intimacy with each other and both series are infamous amongst the anime community for conflicting fanbases that're yet to realize that both are nearly identical if you gender-flip the characters and see both music and swimming as forms of competetion. Read with precaution.
Manga: Horimiya
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Horimiya
Manga: Sword Art Online: Progressive
...then you might like
Sword Art Online: Progressive
Horimiya seems to be a rom-com version of Sword Art Onliine: Progressive. Both feature a strong, resilient and independent chestnut brown-haired female lead that is ambiguously stuck in a romantic relationship with a funny, dark-haired, unusual and fairly attractive MC that has an obvious crush on them. Hilarious, heartfelt, memorable and definitely worth the hype both manga feature some of the best lovestories ever put on paper. Horimiya doesn't have a MMORPG-setting though.
Manga: Fullmetal Alchemist
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Fullmetal Alchemist
Manga: Fate/Zero
...then you might like
Fate/Zero
The créme de la créme of animanga-styled storytelling. Tales filled sith mystery, magic, values, and ambitious characters that are more than just the eye can see. Both protagonists (Edward/Waver) go through some of the most epic developments in literature's history and the ending from both series is equally satistying and life-changing at the same time. 20.0/10.0.
Manga: Hime♥Seme
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Hime♥Seme
Manga: Saeki-kun ni Tsunagacchau!
...then you might like
Saeki-kun ni Tsunagacchau!
Both manga feature an exceedingly rare trope in BL - a short and cute seme, with the uke being tall and more delinquent-like in appearance
Manga: Natsukage ni, Sayonara
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Natsukage ni, Sayonara
Manga: Bokura wo Hedateru Ao to Shiro
...then you might like
Bokura wo Hedateru Ao to Shiro
Summer fling in a rural seaside village. The seme in Bokura wo Hedateru Ao to Shiro and Natsukage ni, Sayonara's 2-part story Kinjirareta Ano Natsu e come back to their hometown after several years and manage to make amends with their uke. And the seme's families in Bokura wo Hedateru Ao to Shiro and Natsukage ni, Sayonara are both accepting of the seme's relationship.
Manga: Ballroom e Youkoso
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Ballroom e Youkoso
Manga: Blue Period
...then you might like
Blue Period
When it comes to the plotline,Blue Period strikes me as more thought provoking but I think both are similar in a certain way. In both of the mangas,The main character questions himself about what he wants to do in his life and suddenly by a chance encounter,finds himself getting interested in a certain something.At first,They were kind of hesitating and didn't take this seriously. But then,both of them start to think maybe this is what they were looking for and maybe that was their destination all along.Tatara finds himself training and improving in 'Competitive Dancing' & Yaguchi starts painting all day long as if it was his long lost dream. In both of their journey of finding their 'true self',they ended up learning so many new things and gained new experience. If you look at both of these mangas in this perspective,I'm sure some people will agree with me as to why these two are similar. So if you like Ballroom E Youkoso,Be sure to check out Blue Period as well.
Manga: Lookism
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Lookism
Manga: Viral Hit
...then you might like
Viral Hit
Lookism and Viral Hit share a quite a lot of similarities:- -Potrayals of real world problems like lookism, popularity, bullying etc -Characters who are skilled in martial arts. -Main protagonist who used to be bullied and became stronger. -A bit unique sense of humour. -Same author, so slight references to the other comic will be there. -Gangs/
Manga: What's Wrong with Secretary Kim?
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What's Wrong with Secretary Kim?
Manga: The Office Blind Date
...then you might like
The Office Blind Date
Office romance manhwas with the guys having similar personalities and being the bosses of their companies. Loads of drama and love rivals scattered into the story
Manga: Dere Nochi Torare
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Dere Nochi Torare
Manga: Boku no Shiranai Kanojo no Kao
...then you might like
Boku no Shiranai Kanojo no Kao
So this recommendation is mainly about the two-chapter story Netorase Stranger in Mesu Nochi Torare that it's obviously netorare, since the rest of the chapters aren't exactly netorare or cheating related, is more vanilla honestly, so Boku No Shiranai Kanojo No Kao with the exception of three chapters is mostly netorare, and there you have the similar aspects, they're both compilations with netorare related themes and vanilla in between, great art in both and all that.
Manga: Boku no Pico
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Boku no Pico
Manga: Moho Love
...then you might like
Moho Love
So in Boku No Piko there's obviously an age gap between Piko and Tomotsu, which makes the whole pair a boy x adult, but in Moho Love there's not an apparent age gap, I mean there's relationships like student x sensei, but the artstyle makes them all look so young and feminine, so there's not the same feeling of age gap, but they're still about cute boys crossdressing and using their penis to please themselves, so they are both recommended if you're looking for that.
Manga: Boku no Pico
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Boku no Pico
Manga: Boku no Pacostant
...then you might like
Boku no Pacostant
Both have a Boku No P-something in the title, heheh lol. Now for real, I've no idea why is it called Boku No Pacostant, there's never any Pacostant mentioned in it, so maybe it actually is a nod to Boku No Piko idk, since both are Yaoi and shotacon and maybe Chinzuriina is most likely inspired by Saigado's work, who knows, but I've already said all that both have in common, so bye.
Manga: Suzuka
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Suzuka
Manga: Ao no Hako
...then you might like
Ao no Hako
Both are romance with sports involved Both female MC are the best at their own respective sports Both male MC are a nobody who strive to reach the Nationals Very wholesome but Suzuka has more drama in it
Manga: Kanojo no Ane wa Gal de Bitch de Yariman de
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Kanojo no Ane wa Gal de Bitch de Yariman de
Manga: A-Cup no Kanojo yori J-Cup no Kuro Gal no Oneesan no Hou ga Ii yo ne?
...then you might like
A-Cup no Kanojo yori J-Cup no Kuro Gal no Oneesan no Hou ga Ii yo ne?
Doujinshi with basically the same content - large-breasted onee-san seducing her sister's boyfriend.
Manga: Berserk
If you liked
Berserk
Manga: Vagabond
...then you might like
Vagabond
While not the exact same, Berserk and Vagabond are both very violent seinen manga with similar themes. Both have amazing art work and are very good manga. Swords are also used in both manga. Vagabond is more realistic than Berserk, but fans of one MUST read the other.
Manga: Mirai Nikki
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Mirai Nikki
Manga: Ibitsu
...then you might like
Ibitsu
If you like psychological horror, couple up with some splatter, then you may like both of these mangas, there's an extremely obsessed girl in both, gruesome scenes with gore, mistery elements, twists here and there in the story, the protagonists are similar and instances where the crazy girl gets complete stalker mode, so if yandere is your thing, both can be of your liking. Mirai Nikki has more plot elements, since it's longer, but in terms of the horror, is where they are alike.
Manga: Back Stage!!
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Back Stage!!
Manga: Ganbare! Nakamura-kun!!
...then you might like
Ganbare! Nakamura-kun!!
Go For It, Nakamura! (also known as Ganbare! Nakamura-kun!!) is another BL manga with a same-sex romance between two men.
Manga: Kimi ga Bokura wo Akuma to Yonda Koro
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Kimi ga Bokura wo Akuma to Yonda Koro
Manga: Juujika no Rokunin
...then you might like
Juujika no Rokunin
Both are very similar in many apsects but this manga is from the perspective of the bully and the people he bullied come back at him for revenge after he gets amnesia. -mystery -school Not too many people talk about this but I thuink it has a lot of potential and if you like manga like Juujika no Rokunin I would read this.
Manga: Narutaru: Mukuro Naru Hoshi Tama Taru Ko
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Narutaru: Mukuro Naru Hoshi Tama Taru Ko
Manga: Hoshi no Ponko to Toufuya Reiko
...then you might like
Hoshi no Ponko to Toufuya Reiko
Both of these manga start quite harmless with cutesy artstyle, but quickly turn into more brutal storyline as the children suffer.
Manga: Black Gakkou ni Tsutometeshimatta Sensei
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Black Gakkou ni Tsutometeshimatta Sensei
Manga: Joshikousei to Seishokusha-san
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Joshikousei to Seishokusha-san
Less ecchi but the girls are all over the chad teacher MC
Manga: Temple
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Temple
Manga: Amagami-san Chi no Enmusubi
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Amagami-san Chi no Enmusubi
has similar story done in temple but way better execution
Manga: Ousama Game
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Ousama Game
Manga: Dead Word Puzzle
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Dead Word Puzzle
Bunch of students are trapped in deadly game, with plenty of gory results.
Manga: Sun-Ken Rock
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Sun-Ken Rock
Manga: Dr. Stone
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Dr. Stone
Dr stone isn similar to sun ken rock ,but those manga have a same author .It diffent from the story , dr stone is about science but sun ken is about gang,fight or some thing.you guy give a try
Manga: Koko wa Ima kara Rinri desu.
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Koko wa Ima kara Rinri desu.
Manga: Shrink: Seishinkai Yowai
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Shrink: Seishinkai Yowai
Similar looks into the human psyche through a variety of characters, as well as a main character with a hidden past.
Manga: Mirai Nikki
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Mirai Nikki
Manga: Higurashi no Naku Koro ni: Onikakushi-hen
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Higurashi no Naku Koro ni: Onikakushi-hen
Mirai Nikki overall has more plots involving a survival game, has the action genre and sobrenatural elements, no wonder since it's much more longer if we only count the saga/series of Higurashi in question, but both are of the horror genre, specifically psychological horror and splatter, so that's more like it, there's cute and dangerous girls in both, there's mystery elements, twists in the story and at least some character are kind of similar, that's pretty much it.
Manga: Bokutachi ga Yarimashita
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Bokutachi ga Yarimashita
Manga: Bastard
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Bastard
Most similarities end up being spoilers, but overall both stories have heavy themes of guilt
Manga: Higurashi no Naku Koro ni: Onikakushi-hen
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Higurashi no Naku Koro ni: Onikakushi-hen
Manga: Ibitsu
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Ibitsu
Both are horror mangas about a stalker or group of stalkers (mostly girls) following the protagonists, which they happen to be similar, there's all the feeling of fear, paranoia, uncertainty and doubt of your sorroundings in both works, with it's necessary twists to convolute the story, so they are both psychological horror, there's gruesome scenes in both when they need to be and the way the MC meets a character is kind of alike in some sense. High chance of like the other one if you've read one.
Manga: Toilet Girl: Kichiku no Ugomeku
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Toilet Girl: Kichiku no Ugomeku
Manga: Otomedori
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Otomedori
Both are mainly about the protagonists' love interest having an affair and the things just going downhill from there, Netorare, just cheating, or anything else related to those, that's what you'll find in both of these (also vanilla incest in Otomedori, I guess), Otomedori is a compilation, so there's more stories, while Toilet Girl is one long story where there's time to make the suffering slow, but the main story on Otomedori may be worse, it's your choice.
Manga: Mirai Nikki
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Mirai Nikki
Manga: Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Kai: Meakashi-hen
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Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Kai: Meakashi-hen
Yuno is often seen as the prime example of a yandere and between the other examples cited, Higurashi is not too behind, the Watanagashi-hen or it's counterpart Meakashi-hen from the manga adaptation of Higurashi No Naku Koro Ni has many of the elements or themes that Mirai Nikki features, Splatter scenes, psychological horror, the paranoia of a stalker following you, the plot twists in the story, there's just so many factors that are similar between the two that if you liked one, it's highly probable that the other one may be of your liking, Mirai Nikki also has a lot more of plots or characters, but in terms of the horror is where you'll find more parallels.
Manga: I Am a Hero
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I Am a Hero
Manga: Survival of the Dead
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Survival of the Dead
Zombies, just one word and it's automatically recognized what it means and in various idioms too, yes, both of these mangas have zombies, one is based on the script for a movie by George Romero master of the zombies and the other is original story, one is a one-shot and the other a serialised comic with more than 200 chapters, but they have zombies, that's enough reason to recommend them.
Manga: Higurashi no Naku Koro ni: Tatarigoroshi-hen
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Higurashi no Naku Koro ni: Tatarigoroshi-hen
Manga: Battle Royale II: Blitz Royale
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Battle Royale II: Blitz Royale
You like watching little girls suffering? Then you're kinda sick, man, but if you still want to see that here's two mangas that have that, with tears, drama and gruesome deaths in both, alright Battle Royale II doesn't have girls as young as Higurashi, but the artstyle makes them look younger, so that's it.
Manga: Sono Bisque Doll wa Koi wo Suru
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Sono Bisque Doll wa Koi wo Suru
Manga: Kaette kudasai! Akutsu-san
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Kaette kudasai! Akutsu-san
Similar-esque rom-com with outgoing (not so much a delinquent in Sono Bisque) gyaru and introverted-ish dark haired mc. However akutsu-san has a lot shorter chapters with a lot more focus on the romance and stuff, whereas there is a plot (kinda) for sono bisque that doesn't entirely focus on the relationship. Both are good and entertaining reads tho.
Manga: Dosukebe Elf no Ishukan Nikki
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Dosukebe Elf no Ishukan Nikki
Manga: Hagure Idol Jigoku-hen Gaiden: Princess Sarah
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Hagure Idol Jigoku-hen Gaiden: Princess Sarah
The adveture of a girl with seemingly limitless libido and her will and goal to fuck practically everything and try out unusual sexual experiences. Both of the protagonists attemted to fuck a sea mammal. Both of the works are comedies.
Manga: Dosukebe Elf no Ishukan Nikki
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Dosukebe Elf no Ishukan Nikki
Manga: Kagakuteki ni Sonzai shiuru Creature Musume no Kansatsu Nisshi
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Kagakuteki ni Sonzai shiuru Creature Musume no Kansatsu Nisshi
Both of these are fantasy manga that focuse on sexual content, but don't forget to do proper world-building and sprinkle in some comedy too.
Manga: Kyou no Ryuuko-chan
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Kyou no Ryuuko-chan
Manga: Ruri Dragon
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Ruri Dragon
both tells about a family with a daughter a half human and half reptile the difference : "Ruri Dragon": dragon , "Kyou no Ryuuko-chan": Dinosaur
Manga: D.Gray-man
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D.Gray-man
Manga: Soul Eater
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Soul Eater
D.Gray-man and Soul Eater have a very similar Halloween aesthetic, and both have a dark story with some humor. Art styles are slightly similar as well. D.Gray-man is on a whole other level compared to Soul Eater, so if you like Soul Eater, you’ll like D.Gray-man, but not really the other way around.
Manga: Dr. Stone
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Dr. Stone
Manga: Mazumeshi Elf to Yuubokugurashi
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Mazumeshi Elf to Yuubokugurashi
Both teaches you how to invent stuff when the world goes back into the Stone Age Just that one takes more chapters to get their but it first teaches food ingredients and the other teaches others stuff for humanity to survive Both give you headaches on how their new world was created
Manga: One Piece
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One Piece
Manga: Jump Super Stars
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Jump Super Stars
Yusuke Murata, One Punch Man artist, did a Jump crossover manga featuring Luffy, Naruto and Goku plus others. Very fun bonus content if you are a Luffy fan
Manga: Chainsaw Man
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Chainsaw Man
Manga: Dandadan
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Dandadan
- Recommended by Fujimoto himself - Great Art - Compelling Story - Madness - Pain
Manga: I Am a Hero
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I Am a Hero
Manga: Zombie darake no Kono Sekai dewa Sex shinai to Ikinokorenai
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Zombie darake no Kono Sekai dewa Sex shinai to Ikinokorenai
Both are zombie survival series with a four-eyes protagonist, but 'I am a Hero' being obviously the better one. You can give Zombie darake no Kono Sekai dewa Sex shinai to Ikinokorenai if you want some light hearted zombie gore with lots of ecchi.
Manga: Liar Game
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Liar Game
Manga: Usogui
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Usogui
Both manga cover gambling with a main character that is usually pulling off a plan behind the other characters backs
Manga: Berserk
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Berserk
Manga: Dororo
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Dororo
Both stories include the main protagonist slaying demons on a quest for revenge. While also missing body parts, and being hunted by evil spirits.
Manga: Jumyou wo Kaitotte Moratta. Ichinen ni Tsuki, Ichimanen de.
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Jumyou wo Kaitotte Moratta. Ichinen ni Tsuki, Ichimanen de.
Manga: Mikkakan no Koufuku
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Mikkakan no Koufuku
The same story but as a novel. More detailed and well written.
Manga: Wsamarus 2001
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Wsamarus 2001
Manga: Kaijin Bureikou Lullaby
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Kaijin Bureikou Lullaby
Experimental underground manga for older audience that plays around with the manga format and includes some weird and explicit imaginery. Wsamarus even references the author of Bureiko Lullaby.
Manga: Short Cuts
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Short Cuts
Manga: Wsamarus 2001
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Wsamarus 2001
Collections of early Furuya Usamaru works in which you can observe his experiments with the medium in the form of very short tales.
Manga: Alice no Himegoto
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Alice no Himegoto
Manga: Other Zone
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Other Zone
Both of these are hentai remakes of popular western children stories - Alice in Wonderland in one case and The Wizard of Oz in the other case.
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
Both series have relationships you wish you would have
Manga: Imawa no Kuni no Alice
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Imawa no Kuni no Alice
Manga: Tomodachi Game
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Tomodachi Game
Both manga feature the characters being cast by some unknown entities into playing deadly games which ultimately lead to the MCs having to team up for the sake of advancing forward. As times go by, alliances and truces are forged, strategies involving mind twists are devised, as the weak who cannot withstand the intensity get left behind as they face the consequences that await. All in all, a solid premise for survival horrors whose main selling point are game gimmicks.
Manga: Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Kai: Meakashi-hen
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Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Kai: Meakashi-hen
Manga: Ibitsu
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Ibitsu
Both are short horror manga stories (ok, ok, Higurashi is a franchise of series, but it's separated in parts), specifically Psychological Horror and Splatter, there's lots of scenes with gore and acts of that kind, in both of the series there's a mistery, but the main suspect ends up being an obsessed girl in both, so there's the yandere aspect if you like those kind of characters, although you have to read Highrashi in order to appreciate it better or at least Watanagashi-hen which is a previous saga.
Manga: Aria
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Aria
Manga: Kirei ni Shitemoraemasu ka.
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Kirei ni Shitemoraemasu ka.
If you are a fan of Aria, you would definitely love this manga. Beautiful slice of life of a girl who enjoys her moment, the slow and gentle atmosphere of life, the wonderful interaction between fellow human... it is simply heal your soul. In both mangas, the characters work and live to their fullest. They all depict that happiness we all seek in life. For me, both of them deserve a 10/10 for slice of life category Note: Kirei ni Shite offers a litte bit of fan service!
Manga: Solo Leveling
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Solo Leveling
Manga: Tomb Raider King
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Tomb Raider King
Both involves the main character 1. Becoming OP 2. At the start of their adventure getting cucked by a higher power 3. Slowly gaining a following 4. Very good art style It's slightly different but still very enjoyable.
Manga: The Reason Why Raeliana Ended up at the Duke's Mansion
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The Reason Why Raeliana Ended up at the Duke's Mansion
Manga: Who Made Me a Princess
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Who Made Me a Princess
- Both mc's get reincarnated in a world they read about in a novel from their previous life - Both mc's novel characters are fated to die, they have to find a way to survive - Similar genres in both (isekai, romance etc.) - Both manhwas are fully coloured with nice art
Manga: Mirai Nikki
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Mirai Nikki
Manga: Higurashi no Naku Koro ni: Watanagashi-hen
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Higurashi no Naku Koro ni: Watanagashi-hen
Both series (of course in Higurashi's case only the serie/saga in question) are of horror, being more specific with the sub-genre, Splatter and psychological horror, and deal with the theme of yandere or maybe yangire idk, whichever it is there's a girl obsessively in love to the point of madness, you know what that means, besides that both have mistery elements and a good number of plot-twists.
Manga: Nana
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Nana
Manga: Paradise Kiss
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Paradise Kiss
Both are by the same author and deal with first loves, heart break and achieving your dreams. Clothing styles and characters are fashionable and punkish.
Manga: Higurashi no Naku Koro ni: Watanagashi-hen
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Higurashi no Naku Koro ni: Watanagashi-hen
Manga: Ibitsu
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Ibitsu
The franchise of Higurashi No Naku Koro Ni main genres are horror, psychological and mistery, not too different from from the manga Ibitsu, on retrospective the Watanagashi saga is the most similar between the two, both have the main suspect as a girl in love, to the point of obsession, there's many eerie moments where the paranoia gets it's ugliest face, there's many plot-twist where the story gets more convoluted and in general they're are both great horror manga and you should read them.
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