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Manga: Look Back
If you liked
Look Back
Manga: Sayonara Eri
...then you might like
Sayonara Eri
Written by the same author, they are very ‘real’ series with deeper themes and interesting plots with plot twists. Both are quite meta as well.
Manga: One Piece
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One Piece
Manga: Magi
...then you might like
Magi
Both have brand world building with many kingdoms and politics, also both are battle shonen with the normal multitude of powers and a clear battle system.
Manga: Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou
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Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou
Manga: Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou
...then you might like
Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou
They're both slice of life, iyashikei manga that takes place in a post-apocalyptic word. They both have an episodic story structure and similar calming atmosphere. While Girl' Last Tour focuses more on the apocalyptic word, Yokohama focuses more on the characters.
Manga: Haru ga Kita
If you liked
Haru ga Kita
Manga: Boy Meets Maria
...then you might like
Boy Meets Maria
Both have similar vibes imo & they're both BL The love interests in both have childhood trauma Boy Meets Maria has a trans/nonbinary main character in it, Haru ga Kita has a trans male side character in it
Manga: Gantz
If you liked
Gantz
Manga: Tsui no Taimashi: Ender Geister
...then you might like
Tsui no Taimashi: Ender Geister
Both have lots of popular culture references. (every Ender Geister chapter lists the references it has) Both have supernatural and sci fi elements and lots of action. Both have considerable amounts of fanservice. Both are very over the top and hilarious at times.
Manga: Homunculus
If you liked
Homunculus
Manga: Oyasumi Punpun
...then you might like
Oyasumi Punpun
Deals with the twisted psychology of the human mind and finding one's true self. Not to mention, the art direction is truly something to behold.
Manga: Blood+
If you liked
Blood+
Manga: Kimetsu no Yaiba
...then you might like
Kimetsu no Yaiba
main characters fighting demonic monsters developing relationships with each other and getting to understand their enemies
Manga: Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica
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Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica
Manga: Mahou Shoujo Site
...then you might like
Mahou Shoujo Site
dark magical girl series where the main characters have to fight a non-human being for their lives, it touches deep topics and portrays realistic relationships between well written characters
Manga: Tonikaku Kawaii
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Tonikaku Kawaii
Manga: 100-nichigo ni Kekkon suru Futari
...then you might like
100-nichigo ni Kekkon suru Futari
Both are Rom-Coms made by the same author and set in the same universe.
Manga: Helter Skelter
If you liked
Helter Skelter
Manga: Kasane
...then you might like
Kasane
These are good stories that deal with deep themes, especially about beauty and the desire for fame. They also resemble each other in the sense of discomfort they provoke within the reader by showing what the pursuit of these goals can cause.
Manga: Sekiro Gaiden: Shinazu Hanbei
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Sekiro Gaiden: Shinazu Hanbei
Manga: Elden Ring: Ougonju e no Michi
...then you might like
Elden Ring: Ougonju e no Michi
Both being adapations of FromSoft games, these manga depict a world of similar aesthetic, though one of those manga is more faithful to the dramatic original while the other one is of comedic approach.
Manga: Inai Boku wa Hotarumachi ni Iru
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Inai Boku wa Hotarumachi ni Iru
Manga: Hiraeth wa Tabiji no Hate
...then you might like
Hiraeth wa Tabiji no Hate
• Main characters lost an important person and decide to do something about it • MCs get to know new people through the journey and create memories with them • Probably will make you drop some tears • Conclusion is similar
Manga: Pumpkin Night
If you liked
Pumpkin Night
Manga: Brutal: Satsujin Keisatsukan no Kokuhaku
...then you might like
Brutal: Satsujin Keisatsukan no Kokuhaku
Very bloody, they take justice into their own hands.
Manga: Villains Are Destined to Die
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Villains Are Destined to Die
Manga: Beware the Villainess!
...then you might like
Beware the Villainess!
Read it from another perspective, see a "villain" fighting for her survival/happiness.
Manga: Magi
If you liked
Magi
Manga: Mashle
...then you might like
Mashle
Both have magic powers with lots of comedy moments and quirky characters. There’s also a school arc in magi later on which makes them even more similar.
Manga: Devilman
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Devilman
Manga: Chainsaw Man
...then you might like
Chainsaw Man
Similar premise and main characters in terms of personality. Both are super violent and have a normal guy get a devils power. He stops other devils with the power.
Manga: Bokura no Funkasai
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Bokura no Funkasai
Manga: Zassou Tachi yo Taishi wo Idake
...then you might like
Zassou Tachi yo Taishi wo Idake
Both are coming of age stories about friendship, but Bokura no Funkasai has a more surreal element.
Manga: Awajima Hyakkei
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Awajima Hyakkei
Manga: Zassou Tachi yo Taishi wo Idake
...then you might like
Zassou Tachi yo Taishi wo Idake
Both are coming of age stories focused on high school girls and their relationships with each other.
Manga: Natsume Yuujinchou
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Natsume Yuujinchou
Manga: Hotarubi no Mori e
...then you might like
Hotarubi no Mori e
Although only one of the 4 chapters of Hotarubi no Mori e involves yokai, there's a very similar feel in that one chapter and the bittersweet interactions between humans and yokai, including romance, the ephemeral nature of human existence, miscommunication and hostility between them, and more. Both stories are excellent, a testament to the author's skill as a writer.
Manga: Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou
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Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou
Manga: Star Strings yori
...then you might like
Star Strings yori
Both have a similar sense of mystery Surrounding the plot and world with Two themes that revolve around loneliness and seeking to find civilization while Continuing to stay positive along the journey...
Manga: Akame ga Kill!
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Akame ga Kill!
Manga: Chainsaw Man
...then you might like
Chainsaw Man
The hectic art style of Chainsaw Man seems to be beloved by many fans and the art style in Akame ga Kill! is similar, especially when it comes to the way fight scenes are drawn. Both manga are absolutely brutal, gory, and heavily action packed. Even some aspects of the story are similiar. Chainsaw Man is ridiculously popular and I think anyone who likes it would also enjoy Akame ga Kill! and should give it a read.
Manga: Aku no Hana
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Aku no Hana
Manga: Shounen no Abyss
...then you might like
Shounen no Abyss
A boy who hates his small town and thinks this one f*ed up girl is the one person who will show him his way out of this town.
Manga: Onanie Master Kurosawa
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Onanie Master Kurosawa
Manga: Aku no Hana
...then you might like
Aku no Hana
Extremely similar premise, nerdy looking quiet girl turns out to be a weirdo, and catches the weirdo protagonist doing weird stuff. They get blackmailed and made to do what the girl wants them to do. Also deals with themes of depression and suicide.
Manga: Yuu☆Yuu☆Hakusho
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Yuu☆Yuu☆Hakusho
Manga: JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 4: Diamond wa Kudakenai
...then you might like
JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 4: Diamond wa Kudakenai
Both have delinquent protagonists. They both suddenly find out about a mysterious power, and they have potential to be strong. Both are also made around the same time in the 90’s.
Manga: Jumyou wo Kaitotte Moratta. Ichinen ni Tsuki, Ichimanen de.
If you liked
Jumyou wo Kaitotte Moratta. Ichinen ni Tsuki, Ichimanen de.
Manga: Mata, Onaji Yume wo Miteita
...then you might like
Mata, Onaji Yume wo Miteita
Both mangas go deep into life and its values, they both present a very complex story about life and world itself.
Manga: Enen no Shouboutai
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Enen no Shouboutai
Manga: Gachiakuta
...then you might like
Gachiakuta
the mangaka worked before with atsushi okubo, they have some pretty similarities in tearms of art
Manga: Kemono Jihen
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Kemono Jihen
Manga: Gachiakuta
...then you might like
Gachiakuta
Both have amazing art styles(they kinda look similar) and both protagonist live in a horrible life(but both of them have someone who is like a father figure for them)
Manga: Aono-kun ni Sawaritai kara Shinitai
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Aono-kun ni Sawaritai kara Shinitai
Manga: Hikaru ga Shinda Natsu
...then you might like
Hikaru ga Shinda Natsu
Both are driven by the protagonist's love interest passing away and then becoming inhibited by a supernatural entity. Both work well as a combination of horror and romance as their main genres, while having an overarching mystery relating to the ghost entities and how their supernatural situations have come to be. I think a main difference lies within the protagonists, Yoshiki seemed more practical and apprehensive while Yuri is more naive and unhealthily obsessive.
Manga: Taiyou no Ie
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Taiyou no Ie
Manga: Tonari no Otona-kun
...then you might like
Tonari no Otona-kun
Age gap. Similar actions, feelings of characters and vibe overall. Both are relaxing even though Taiyou no Ie is a bit more complex and entertaining.
Manga: Yuureitou
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Yuureitou
Manga: Golden Kamuy
...then you might like
Golden Kamuy
Be gay, do crimes, search for treasure, learn the treasure is the friends we make along the way, be gay again just to be sure
Manga: Boku to Kotori-chan
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Boku to Kotori-chan
Manga: Ookiku Nattara Kekkon suru!
...then you might like
Ookiku Nattara Kekkon suru!
He's short and insecure. Also, childhood friends. The latter is much better and more satisfying unless you should hate 4-koma for some reason or other.
Manga: Be Blues! Ao ni Nare
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Be Blues! Ao ni Nare
Manga: Blue Lock
...then you might like
Blue Lock
Both cool football manga that are interesting to read
Manga: Be Blues! Ao ni Nare
If you liked
Be Blues! Ao ni Nare
Manga: Ao Ashi
...then you might like
Ao Ashi
Both about football and how they're goals are to go pro (become a Japanese football representative)
Manga: Maigo no Kemono-tachi
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Maigo no Kemono-tachi
Manga: Chiisana Oningyo Biyori
...then you might like
Chiisana Oningyo Biyori
The Stray Beasts and Nice Day For a Little Mermaid are both manga aimed at girls/women featuring a mermaid as the female protagonist. Though not in the usual way as you might expect from Hans Christian Andersen's The Little Mermaid, as these manga aren't really about mermaids wanting to turn into a human based on curiosity and eventual attraction (though the former does feature a romance and the MC is often seen with legs). Check either of these out for some cute-looking takes on mermaid stories.
Manga: Pichi Pichi Pitch: Mermaid Melody
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Pichi Pichi Pitch: Mermaid Melody
Manga: Maigo no Kemono-tachi
...then you might like
Maigo no Kemono-tachi
The Stray Beasts and Mermaid Melody are both shoujo manga featuring a somewhat pink-colored mermaid as the female protagonist. She falls in love with a boy from a species not her own, and she unfortunately has to try her best to not reveal she's a mermaid or else she may die; the former features demons who literally eat mermaids like the main character, and the latter features the classic Little Mermaid penalty of turning into sea foam bubbles. So expect a somewhat star-crossed romance with some cute art.
Manga: Kaitou Saint Tail
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Kaitou Saint Tail
Manga: Maigo no Kemono-tachi
...then you might like
Maigo no Kemono-tachi
The Stray Beasts and Saint Tail are both shoujo manga featuring a blossoming romance between a girl and a boy that would otherwise be considered enemies—the former has demons that would usually eat mermaids, and the latter is primarily a cat-and-mouse game between a wannabe detective/cop and a phantom thief. The art style is relatively similar, with a cute and simple late 90s shoujo charm; the extra one-shot in the former that inspired the main story even features magicians like Saint Tail!
Manga: Berserk
If you liked
Berserk
Manga: Sweet Home
...then you might like
Sweet Home
Great horror designs. Don't expect the same level of story with sweet home tho.
Manga: Helter Skelter
If you liked
Helter Skelter
Manga: Oyasumi Punpun
...then you might like
Oyasumi Punpun
I'd call it Japanese Requiem for a Dream. Lost, deluded characters are gradually ruining their lives. How far will they go? Will there ever be a way to turn back and get a redemption, or is it already too late?
Manga: Shimanami Tasogare
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Shimanami Tasogare
Manga: Yuunagi ni Mae, Boku no Ribbon
...then you might like
Yuunagi ni Mae, Boku no Ribbon
Both hold a similar atmosphere—slow, but full of raw emotion. The protagonists of each struggle to be accepting in society for something personal to them (being gay and loving ribbon dancing respectively) each also explore how toxic masculinity is harmful. Both are also very very good !
Manga: Investor Z
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Investor Z
Manga: Zenikko
...then you might like
Zenikko
Both of these manga follow a young boy that has a knack for business and his schemes of making money.
Manga: Shibuya Kingyo
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Shibuya Kingyo
Manga: Bougyaku no Kokekko
...then you might like
Bougyaku no Kokekko
Gigantified and bloodthirsty versions of regular animal suddenly appears and starts killing indiscriminately in quite gory way.
Manga: Alive: Saishuu Shinkateki Shounen
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Alive: Saishuu Shinkateki Shounen
Manga: Ajin
...then you might like
Ajin
Both share similar premises: Mc gets powers mc goes on trip to find or escape people mc doesn't understand oddly confusing power
Manga: Clover
If you liked
Clover
Manga: Neji
...then you might like
Neji
Both sharing intricate artstyles as well as being shoujo cyberpunk themed stories.
Manga: Tearmoon Teikoku Monogatari: Dantoudai kara Hajimaru, Hime no Tensei Gyakuten Story
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Tearmoon Teikoku Monogatari: Dantoudai kara Hajimaru, Hime no Tensei Gyakuten Story
Manga: Gendai Shakai de Otome Game no Akuyaku Reijou wo Suru no wa Chotto Taihen
...then you might like
Gendai Shakai de Otome Game no Akuyaku Reijou wo Suru no wa Chotto Taihen
Villainesses reincarnate into their past selves just before or after they are indicted for various crimes or evils in their worlds. They begin to lead a more generous and wiser way of living - and are then revered for such in their societies - in contrary to the wickedness and corruption they were known for previously. Runa and Mia's stories of growth coincide with an ever-evolving world surrounding them - politically, economically, and socially - tasking them to prominent roles in society in order to steer away from their, and the world's, future demise: Runa becoming an owner of a conglomerate in Modern Villainess, and Mia taking her position seriously as first-in-line to the throne in Tearmoon Empire. Runa and Mia tend to share similar personalities too, due to both sharing similar backgrounds and older mental ages than their physical selves. They show great wisdom and maturity amongst their peers, but also enjoy childish activities suitable to their reincarnations. While they are often seen as kind, Runa and Mia may still enjoy picking on others who annoy them and tarnish their names and those of their friends. Note that Modern Villainess explores more in depth the economic situation of Japan, Asia, and the rest of the world in the 1990s and early 2000s while interpreting important financial crises and events in a fictional lens, whereas Tearmoon Empire creates an entirely new world to dive into various topics, like monarchies, foreign relations, and similarly finances.
Manga: Kakkou no Iinazuke
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Kakkou no Iinazuke
Manga: Kanojo mo Kanojo
...then you might like
Kanojo mo Kanojo
Well you have the MC who is loved by multiple girls and for some reason they all end up leaving together and have those rom-com moments events. The difference is how they get to the point on leaving together.
Manga: Sekai de Ichiban Oppai ga Suki!
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Sekai de Ichiban Oppai ga Suki!
Manga: Getsuyoubi no Tawawa
...then you might like
Getsuyoubi no Tawawa
I know that both manga are of different genres. But these series are focused on one thing that is similar. you know what i'm talking about. So i guess those who liked Sekai de Ichiban Oppai ga Suki! will also like Getsuyoubi no Tawawa.
Manga: Yagate Kimi ni Naru
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Yagate Kimi ni Naru
Manga: Sasayaku You ni Koi wo Utau
...then you might like
Sasayaku You ni Koi wo Utau
Both are pretty much similar, In these both series their main characters are in their first year of high school. And the other main character is their senpai and in both of these their senpais falls for them. And i thing story is pretty much the same just confessions happens the there is misunderstandings and in series the showed the senpais cool but in there they are fragile and very sensitive. And both of these senpais have a best friend that...... Thats it if i write more im afraid ill give spoilers. So if you liked Yagate Kimi ni Naru then pretty much you'll also like Sasayaku You ni Koi wo Utau.
Manga: Megumi to Tsugumi
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Megumi to Tsugumi
Manga: Shima-chan Chi no Tsugai Jijou
...then you might like
Shima-chan Chi no Tsugai Jijou
Both stories revolve around delinquent high schoolers, one who's an Alpha and one who's an Omega, who end up falling in love. They both contain common Omegaverse tropes, but I don't think the stories are bogged down by them. The relationships are really cute and wholesome. These stories are also not as sex-focused as many other BL stories.
Manga: Act-age
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Act-age
Manga: Kaoru Hana wa Rin to Saku
...then you might like
Kaoru Hana wa Rin to Saku
Strong artstyle similarity, likely to the point of direct influence
Manga: 5-toubun no Hanayome
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5-toubun no Hanayome
Manga: Shiunji-ke no Kodomotachi
...then you might like
Shiunji-ke no Kodomotachi
BOTH SISTERS DISPUTE THE SAME MC, WITH BEAUTY WOMAN AND A HAREM WITH PUNCTUAL ECCHI. AN IMPROVED VERSION. MORE BEAUTIFUL. WITH MC LESS BORING AND SMARTER. WITH MORE PERSONALITIES. WITH A BETTER STORY.
Manga: Grand Blue
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Grand Blue
Manga: Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunousen
...then you might like
Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunousen
One is set in the student council a prestigious high school and the other is set in a.. shady college 'diving' club, but both series feature great comedy and are actually building towards romance in a way that is.. believable? I guess? Both series like poking at tropes in an obvious way, too. Grand Blue has way more indecent exposure than Kaguya, though.
Manga: Jujutsu Kaisen
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Jujutsu Kaisen
Manga: Chainsaw Man
...then you might like
Chainsaw Man
There are countless similarities between Jujutsu Kaisen Chainsaw Man, we can mention the similarity between the characters, Itadori is like Denji, the kind and funny protagonist who doesn't want to hurt even the demons, Nobara is like Power, the protagonist's friend excited and outgoing, who often steals the show, Megumi is like Aki, the quiet boy with black hair who is a friend of the protagonists who had his family killed and wants revenge, Gojo is like Makima, both are very strong with incredible powers that can finish off any enemy, Miwa is like Kobeni, the two poor comic relief from the countryside. Another point to highlight is the relationship between Mitaka and the War Devil in Chainsaw Man part 2 which is very similar to the relationship between Itadori and Sukuna. In addition, the pace of the narrative is similar, both work with demons and curses and are shounen manga.
Manga: Kyuujitsu no Warumono-san
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Kyuujitsu no Warumono-san
Manga: Kuroneko to Heishi
...then you might like
Kuroneko to Heishi
Two guys who can be considered very dangerous individuals, have short breaks from their professions due to their weaknesses for animals. *The comedy in both is genuine and pure. *These two manga are incredibly easy to read.
Manga: Karin
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Karin
Manga: Jitsu wa Watashi wa
...then you might like
Jitsu wa Watashi wa
Both are about vampires who expose their secrets to humans that have the same vibe. They start out as romcoms and become more dramatic as secrets of the vampire world/society and the main heroine are revealed.
Manga: Devils Line
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Devils Line
Manga: MoMo: The Blood Taker
...then you might like
MoMo: The Blood Taker
It kinda gives the same vibes with the whole vampire/police officer setting.
Manga: Into the Light, Once Again
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Into the Light, Once Again
Manga: Dear Nemesis
...then you might like
Dear Nemesis
The main heroine regresses to a younger state than she was before (in the same place) and finds out about various unpleasant things she hadn't known before.
Manga: Historie
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Historie
Manga: Kingdom
...then you might like
Kingdom
*OTHER WAY AROUND*. MaL detects Kingdom as recommended work no matter what cuz their website coding is utterly shit Historie is nearly as extraordinary as Kingdom - takes place in Greek history, similar to the Warring States period in Kingdom. Highly recommended if you're interested in adventures, state/empire unification, strategies, amazing MCs & scythian war.
Manga: Kasane
If you liked
Kasane
Manga: Your Throne
...then you might like
Your Throne
There's actually a lot of Kasane inspired scene or idea in Your Throne. It was fun to spot them.
Manga: The Return of Elena the Knight
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The Return of Elena the Knight
Manga: Adonis
...then you might like
Adonis
“Adonis” and “Return of the Female Knight” are great reads that feature female knights. “Adonis” has a lot more magic than “Return of the Female Knight”. In both cases, I recommend the novel over the manhwa as both are phenomenal stories. “Adonis” is a true epic in length.
Manga: From a Knight to a Lady
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From a Knight to a Lady
Manga: The Return of Elena the Knight
...then you might like
The Return of Elena the Knight
If you enjoy “From A Knight to a Lady”, you might enjoy “The Return of the Female Knight” (novel >>> manhwa). There’s a lot more action in the latter than the former but both stories center around women who are/were knights.
Manga: How to Win My Husband Over
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How to Win My Husband Over
Manga: Saving My Sweetheart
...then you might like
Saving My Sweetheart
Both of these stories feature misunderstood female leads in fantasy settings. Both female protagonists suffer from self confidence issues and specifically “How To Win My Husband Over” delves into mental health issues as well. For that reason, I would say “Saving My Sweetheart” is a “lighter” read than HTWMHO but both have similar vibes.
Manga: The Villainess Is a Marionette
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The Villainess Is a Marionette
Manga: Secret Lady
...then you might like
Secret Lady
“Secret Lady” and “The Villainess Is A Marionette” are both absolutely stunning manhwa. If you like the art style of one, you will definitely appreciate the other. The stories are also great political romances!
Manga: The Fantasie of a Stepmother
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The Fantasie of a Stepmother
Manga: Secret Lady
...then you might like
Secret Lady
If you like “The Fantasie of a Stepmother”, definitely check out “Secret Lady”. Both are fantasy romances that have an edge of mystery to them and are very beautiful, atmospheric reads. I highly recommend both!
Manga: Roxana
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Roxana
Manga: Revolutionary Princess Eve
...then you might like
Revolutionary Princess Eve
If you want something edgy instead of sweet, grab one of these manhwas! Both of these stories are fantasy romance manhwa with darker themes. I would say “Roxana” is perhaps one of the darkest villainess stories (at least the novel is) and “Revolutionary Princess Eve” is probably one of the darker themed fantasy time travel manhwas that isn’t a villainess story. Both are very good and use a lot of magic.
Manga: The Villainess Turns the Hourglass
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The Villainess Turns the Hourglass
Manga: Saving My Sweetheart
...then you might like
Saving My Sweetheart
Both stories are romances that center around female protagonists who turn back time using magic. “The Villainess Turns the Hourglass” is more political and “Saving My Sweetheart” is more fantasy adventure. But both give me similar vibes without being similar stories. I highly recommend both!
Manga: Omniscient Reader
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Omniscient Reader
Manga: Ending Maker
...then you might like
Ending Maker
“Ending Maker” is kind of like a romcom version of “Omniscient Reader”. The tones are wildly different but the whole fantasy adventure with the MC knowing the future is similar. Both also incorporate video game-like mechanics (skills, leveling up, etc). They’re both great reads and highly recommended!
Manga: Horimiya
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Horimiya
Manga: Houkago wa Kissaten de
...then you might like
Houkago wa Kissaten de
both have really similar looking main characters with the male lead - dark haired and longish hair, and the mc girl - blondish/brown with a generally similar look to hori. it might have been inspired by horimiya like how the male lead runs his parent's coffee shop while miyamura runs his parent's cake shop. lots of similar aspects, but i liked both of them. i won't say that i liked this better than horimiya though.
Manga: The Male Lead's Little Lion Daughter
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The Male Lead's Little Lion Daughter
Manga: Monster Duke's Daughter
...then you might like
Monster Duke's Daughter
they are both single dads that happen to be dukes that are protective over their daughters. both stories contain mostly black-haired main family. both dads are associated with shadows or demons powers.
Manga: The Male Lead's Little Lion Daughter
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The Male Lead's Little Lion Daughter
Manga: Devoted to Diamond
...then you might like
Devoted to Diamond
family setting in both. children protagonists for both of them, as well as reincarnated mcs. parents in both stories are dukes/duchesses. protective family
Manga: The Male Lead's Little Lion Daughter
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The Male Lead's Little Lion Daughter
Manga: Becoming the Dark Hero's Daughter
...then you might like
Becoming the Dark Hero's Daughter
Also a father-daughter pair, but in this story, there is a brother. both have children protagonists and have a plot generally involving the family. both of the dads have some form of power and are both dukes (?)
Manga: The Little Lady Behind the Scenes
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The Little Lady Behind the Scenes
Manga: The Male Lead's Little Lion Daughter
...then you might like
The Male Lead's Little Lion Daughter
they both have a large aspect of the story revolving around the whole family member aspect. both of them have children protagonists as well as reincarnation stories
Manga: Haru wo Daiteita
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Haru wo Daiteita
Manga: 10 Dance
...then you might like
10 Dance
‘Passion’ is a term that could define these two mangas. On one side you have an aloof and playful guy that harbors some rather intense feelings and on the other someone more centered, with their calm demeanor being affected by their partner. Considered rivals in the entertainment industry, might bicker from time to time while still absolutely adoring each other. You can feel the love these characters have for their respective careers and loved one. Most notable difference would be that 10 Dance is a slow burn and Haru wo Daiteita makes them learn more about each other while already being a couple.
Manga: Sword Art Online: Aincrad
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Sword Art Online: Aincrad
Manga: Eden
...then you might like
Eden
both isekai both trapped in a game both have loner mc both mc is a swordsman both have somewhat OP mc both the story introduction are very similar
Manga: Eden
If you liked
Eden
Manga: Hitoribocchi no Isekai Kouryaku
...then you might like
Hitoribocchi no Isekai Kouryaku
both isekai both have a loner protag both have a somewhat OP protag both protag doesn't join any guild
Manga: The Remarried Empress
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The Remarried Empress
Manga: I Shall Master This Family
...then you might like
I Shall Master This Family
Both of these stories feature strong female protagonists who strive to overcome a male dominated political society. "The Remarried Empress" is a story about Navier's divorce and remarriage as an empress who started out with a terrible husband and "I Shall Master This Family" is a story about Tia's rise to dominance within her patriarchal family / society. Both are very political and I think "I Shall Master This Family" actually handles the politics a bit better than "The Remarried Empress". However, both are EXCELLENT and two of my top tier Ropan (Romance Fantasy) manhwas. (Also the novels are excellent as well.)
Manga: Hanazakari no Kimitachi e
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Hanazakari no Kimitachi e
Manga: Hana yori Dango
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Hana yori Dango
I'm very surprised to not see recommendations for "Boys Over Flowers" & "Hana Kimi". Both were very popular high school romance manga classics during the 2000's that were made into multiple dramas across many countries. If you like one, you're sure to like the other!
Manga: Kakukaku Shikajika
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Kakukaku Shikajika
Manga: Hirayasumi
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Hirayasumi
Both are slice of life manga about a young woman trying to become a successful mangaka. Kakukaku Shikajika is an autobiographical work about Akiko Higashimura while Hirayasumi is fictional but inspired by the feelings it's author Shinzo Keigo had after overcoming cancer.
Manga: Azumanga Daioh
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Azumanga Daioh
Manga: Yotsuba to!
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Yotsuba to!
Azumanga Daioh and Yotsuba to! both share the same situational comedy style of humor that you commonly find in your usual slice of life 4-koma manga series, while also having Kiyohiko Azuma's absurd and unique art style that makes the jokes land in both series land a lot harder and feel so much more charming. Both series share the fact that they're very easy to recommend and get into, even to anime watchers who would probably prefer to watch something over reading something. If I were to get an anime fan to start reading manga, and they already like the Azumanga Daioh anime, I would recommend them the Azumanga Daioh manga and then Yotsuba right after because of how easy Azuma's paneling in both works' is to follow, how similar the eccentric humor and familiar charm is, and the unique funny looking art style.
Manga: Ojisan wa Kawaii Mono ga Osuki.
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Ojisan wa Kawaii Mono ga Osuki.
Manga: Kyuujitsu no Warumono-san
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Kyuujitsu no Warumono-san
in both the mc loves cute things but can't really show their love openly
Manga: Bungou Stray Dogs
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Bungou Stray Dogs
Manga: Jujutsu Kaisen
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Jujutsu Kaisen
action, superpowers and gay people
Manga: Isekai ni Kyuuseishu toshite Yobaremashita ga, Around 30 ni wa Muri nanode, Hissori Book Cafe Hajimemashita.
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Isekai ni Kyuuseishu toshite Yobaremashita ga, Around 30 ni wa Muri nanode, Hissori Book Cafe Hajimemashita.
Manga: Ryuukishi no Okiniiri
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Ryuukishi no Okiniiri
Both "The Savior's Book Cafe Story in Another World" and "The Dragon Knight's Beloved" feature female protagonists in a fantasy world. Both have a cute and relaxing fantasy-romance vibe that makes them chill, feel good reads. I highly recommend both stories!
Manga: Kichikujima
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Kichikujima
Manga: Shokuryou Jinrui
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Shokuryou Jinrui
People are seen as food by grotesque monsters, and they don't hesitate to kill humans in the most cruel way possible. The survivors try to stay out of the center of attention, because going against them from the front isn't a good idea.
Manga: Jigokuraku
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Jigokuraku
Manga: Chainsaw Man
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Chainsaw Man
Creator of Hell's Paradise actually used to be Fugimoto's assistent (woah!!), background and characters art-style are familiar aka incredible and compared to CSM, Hell's Paradise actually consists of a premise/end objective so it's not a loose story you'd lose track of. This is also one of the very few mangas where characters feel charismatic or not one-sided so you'll get attached.
Manga: Koten-bu Series
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Koten-bu Series
Manga: Kimi wa Houkago Insomnia
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Kimi wa Houkago Insomnia
It goes without saying that you can read Hyouka's novel/manga or even just watch the anime in order to enjoy "Insomniacs After School"! If you were attatched to Hyouka's characters, please do yourself a favor and read the following manga, their characters are similar and it fulfilled exactly what Hyouka's fans never received (probably know what I mean). Themes and atmosphere of these works are very similar, hence I'm sure you can binge the recommended manga as it's not difficult to read and one of *my* most ENJOYABLE manga read ever - 80 chapters/9 volumes so far by the way!
Manga: Brutal: Satsujin Keisatsukan no Kokuhaku
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Brutal: Satsujin Keisatsukan no Kokuhaku
Manga: Tokyo Neon Scandal
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Tokyo Neon Scandal
Reading these manga you'll feel the obsession of these main characters to give evil people hiding behind a façade of goodness, the karma they deserve. *Beware of gore and/or nudity, these are NSFW manga! <> Brutal: Murder and violence, Tokyo Neon Scandal: Public humiliation and destroying their social lives
Manga: Maga-Tsuki
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Maga-Tsuki
Manga: Kyou no Cerberus
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Kyou no Cerberus
That's litteraly the same thing with the the childhood friend in love with the mc, three girls related to god or something that loves him someone has to be happy to break a curse i've rarely seen two manga so similar so if you liked one read the others that works either way
Manga: GetBackers
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GetBackers
Manga: Gokurakugai Sanban-doori no Ken
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Gokurakugai Sanban-doori no Ken
Problem-solver duo for hire, that sometimes do "charity". Bad ass and cool character with a smoking habit (over protective of their partner that they see as a "little brother") and another light hearted fellow and wants to help people, but a great fighter.
Manga: Canis Series
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Canis Series
Manga: Old-Fashioned Cupcake
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Old-Fashioned Cupcake
The plot lines are pretty different, but the protagonists are both middle-aged men (who act like they're elderly) with very loud personalities. Both series also have the same type of humor and pacing.
Manga: Suzumiya Haruhi Series
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Suzumiya Haruhi Series
Manga: Seishun Buta Yarou Series
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Seishun Buta Yarou Series
-A lot of dialogue and banter -"normal" protagonist surrounded by supernatural phenomena -high school setting -similar genres (comedy, drama, some romance, etc) -Likable main characters
Manga: Jigokuraku
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Jigokuraku
Manga: Youhei to Shousetsuka
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Youhei to Shousetsuka
Both are adventures into an unknown place that isn't recorded by maps. Additionally, the inhabitants of that unknown place are seemingly immortal and many unprepared adventurers lose their lives when encountering them. Both take place in the past but Jigokuraku takes place in Japan and Youhei to Shousetsuka takes place in an alternate United States.
Manga: Henshin
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Henshin
Manga: Hop☆Step Hi Kick!!!
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Hop☆Step Hi Kick!!!
Girl's live gets ruined by getting pregnant with a scumbag.
Manga: Fukigen na Kimi to Kimagure na Kiss
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Fukigen na Kimi to Kimagure na Kiss
Manga: My Home Your One Room
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My Home Your One Room
Senpai spends most of their time at their kouhai's apartment. The kouhai catches feelings first while the senpai only realizes their feelings for their kouhai later on.
Manga: Happy Mania
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Happy Mania
Manga: Pink
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Pink
Both feature enigmatic 20s-something protagonists who are searching for the ever-fleeting happiness amongst the pressure of urban society and include explicit but realistic portrayals of sex
Manga: One Piece
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One Piece
Manga: Magi
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Magi
Throughout reading this manga, One Piece couldn't help but give me Magi vibes. There are protagonists that are optimistic and rather dense at times. Both series are about groups of friends going on epic adventures across their universes, the humor is even rather similar. Even the temporary plot changes are rather similar. Also, both dwell in deeper political topics like war and equality.
Manga: Arakure
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Arakure
Manga: Shitsuji-sama no Okiniiri
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Shitsuji-sama no Okiniiri
In both manga main girl is in master-servant relationship with hottest guy in her school. In Arakure he is her bodyguard, while in Shitsuji-sama no Okiniiri he is her butler. Both main girls are orphans who live with their grandparents. In Arakure grandfather of main girl is yakuza boss, while in Shitsuji-sama no Okiniiri grandparents come from distinguished background.
Manga: Mahou Sensei Negima!
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Mahou Sensei Negima!
Manga: Magi
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Magi
Main character is a little magician shota, aiming to be a stronger magician like their father
Manga: Teenage Mercenary
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Teenage Mercenary
Manga: God of Blackfield
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God of Blackfield
These manhwas are extremely similar, and both very good. Lots of action, and they both do their job well. Both are teens in high school, both are former mercenaries. Lots of gang domination in both.
Manga: Kaijuu no Kodomo
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Kaijuu no Kodomo
Manga: Hisakata no Oto
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Hisakata no Oto
Both stories involve a curious protagonist on their journey to learn more about a culture unknown to them, yet which feels like second nature, as they discover new facets of how their world works.
Manga: Homunculus
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Homunculus
Manga: The World Is Mine
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The World Is Mine
i just see similairties
Manga: Berserk
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Berserk
Manga: Claymore
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Claymore
they both have very similar elements probably the mangaka of claymore was inspired by miura
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