Write Recommendation

Manga Recommendations

Manga: Ishuzoku Reviewers
If you liked
Ishuzoku Reviewers
Manga: Asumi-chan wa Lesbian Fuuzoku ni Kyoumi ga Arimasu!
...then you might like
Asumi-chan wa Lesbian Fuuzoku ni Kyoumi ga Arimasu!
Story revolves around Main characters going to brothels to have sex. Both have LGBT characters.
Manga: Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou
If you liked
Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou
Manga: Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou
...then you might like
Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou
Mono no aware, gentle dystopian feeling, and just utterly beautiful in their own right. Both are the most precious Slife of Life manga you can get without too much drama and really set the bar for Slife of Life especially Iyashikei subgenre.
Manga: W.I.T.C.H.
If you liked
W.I.T.C.H.
Manga: Beppin Majo Miriya & Marie
...then you might like
Beppin Majo Miriya & Marie
Both are related to magic and witches, even the main characters become witches.
Manga: Holyland
If you liked
Holyland
Manga: The Boxer
...then you might like
The Boxer
It is very similar in it's nihilistic approach to martial arts and boxing. Both characters were bullied and sadistic. Both end up becoming urban legends and realizing the beauty in martial arts.
Manga: Crimson Spell
If you liked
Crimson Spell
Manga: Shutline
...then you might like
Shutline
The artwork is consistently attractive, sultry and beautiful throughout, showing adult masculine men.
Manga: Trigger
If you liked
Trigger
Manga: Shutline
...then you might like
Shutline
It mostly involves male/male pairings were both are adult and masculine in appearance.
Manga: Shutline
If you liked
Shutline
Manga: Last Note ga Kaoru Toki
...then you might like
Last Note ga Kaoru Toki
Unabashedly bisexual and/or gay attraction.
Manga: Dokgo
If you liked
Dokgo
Manga: Rooftop Swordmaster
...then you might like
Rooftop Swordmaster
Full-color action webtoons in which the protagonist takes revenge on group of bullies.
Manga: Emperor to Issho
If you liked
Emperor to Issho
Manga: Kujima Utaeba Ie Hororo
...then you might like
Kujima Utaeba Ie Hororo
Two young adults/adolescents who suddenly find an animal companion and with them they have fun together, both by doing random things in their house as well as outside. Ideal for avid Slice of Life readers.
Manga: Weak Hero
If you liked
Weak Hero
Manga: Rooftop Swordmaster
...then you might like
Rooftop Swordmaster
Anti-bullying power fantasy webtoons.
Manga: Juujika no Rokunin
If you liked
Juujika no Rokunin
Manga: Rooftop Swordmaster
...then you might like
Rooftop Swordmaster
Both Mc got their family killed by bullies that are evil for no reason and then go kill them as revenge. Both protags are similar in age and motives.
Manga: Karakai Jouzu no (Moto) Takagi-san
If you liked
Karakai Jouzu no (Moto) Takagi-san
Manga: Tonari no Seki-kun Junior
...then you might like
Tonari no Seki-kun Junior
they are both story's about the future lives of the main duo of they're respective manga and they're child
Manga: Hirano to Kagiura
If you liked
Hirano to Kagiura
Manga: Sasaki to Miyano
...then you might like
Sasaki to Miyano
Both are spin offs to the main series and very good
Manga: Lottery Princess
If you liked
Lottery Princess
Manga: The Status Window to the Soul
...then you might like
The Status Window to the Soul
Both of the fl's in these two manhwas can read other peoples thoughts through a status/game window. These two manwhas have childcare in them so if you like that genre you may like these. Both fl's use the status/game window to their advantage to survive/help others. Both of the fl's have went back to the past.
Manga: Ibitte Konai Gibo to Gishi
If you liked
Ibitte Konai Gibo to Gishi
Manga: A Wicked Tale of Cinderella's Stepmom
...then you might like
A Wicked Tale of Cinderella's Stepmom
Both of these stories take a twist on the classic fairytale Cinderella and make it into their own story. The moms in these two are caring to all three of their daughters (step daughter and biological daughters) They aren't exactly the same but if you enjoyed one of them I think you may like reading the other one.
Manga: Sousou no Frieren
If you liked
Sousou no Frieren
Manga: "Dam" in the Forest
...then you might like
"Dam" in the Forest
Both have a long-living mc who is trying to connect with humans and cherish the short time that they have with them. If you enjoyed Frieren and Himmel, you may find something in Dam and Mishi. Dam of the Forest has no romance but it has a lot of meaningful relationships nonetheless. Dam of the forest is set in a more modern world, so no monsters or mages or anything, BUT it does have a lot of deep character writing and has realistic (and tragic ;-;) development.
Manga: Hero-san to Moto Onna Kanbu-san
If you liked
Hero-san to Moto Onna Kanbu-san
Manga: Mahou Shoujo ni Akogarete
...then you might like
Mahou Shoujo ni Akogarete
Yuri + comedy + tropey Japanese heroes vs villains. One of them is more of a (very) ecchi comedy series with mahou shoujo. The other is more of a romcom with super sentai.
Manga: Mahou Shoujo ni Akogarete
If you liked
Mahou Shoujo ni Akogarete
Manga: Koi wa Sekai Seifuku no Ato de
...then you might like
Koi wa Sekai Seifuku no Ato de
Another series that revolves around the concept of stereotypical Japanese TV heroes vs villains, with a focus on comedy and romance. One of them is more of your usual romcom with a straight couple, while the other is less of a romcom and more of a yuri comedy, with less focus on a single relationship, and more focus on the concept of "good vs evil + (lewd) love" itself.
Manga: Hero-san to Moto Onna Kanbu-san
If you liked
Hero-san to Moto Onna Kanbu-san
Manga: Koi wa Sekai Seifuku no Ato de
...then you might like
Koi wa Sekai Seifuku no Ato de
They pretty much have the same concept behind them, where a member of an "evil organization" gets into a romantic relationship with a member of the heroes, except that one series features a lesbian relationship, and the other focuses on a straight couple.
Manga: Zannen Onna Kanbu Black General-san
If you liked
Zannen Onna Kanbu Black General-san
Manga: Koi wa Sekai Seifuku no Ato de
...then you might like
Koi wa Sekai Seifuku no Ato de
Yet another romcom series revolving around the somewhat-goofy concept of evil organizations, and a member of them getting into some kind of relationship with their so-called "mortal enemies"
Manga: Kimetsu no Yaiba
If you liked
Kimetsu no Yaiba
Manga: Jinzou Ningen 100
...then you might like
Jinzou Ningen 100
Fabricants prey on humans for specific parts of the human body in the same way Demons prey on humans for their blood. There is also an organization specifically designed to take down fabricants just like the Demon Slayer Core.
Manga: Ningen Fushin no Boukensha-tachi ga Sekai wo Sukuu you desu
If you liked
Ningen Fushin no Boukensha-tachi ga Sekai wo Sukuu you desu
Manga: Kindan Shitei de Breakthrough: Boy Meets Satan
...then you might like
Kindan Shitei de Breakthrough: Boy Meets Satan
Both have disappointing endings. Well, in all seriousness, both have great plots that weren't finished thoroughly. Boy Meets Satan has the main character go through his own trials to overcome his weakness, but is still shunned for his efforts, which is kind of similar to Apparently, Disillusioned Adventurers Will Save the World, where the efforts of the main characters are shunned and they have to go through their own trials to overcome their issues. Of course, both sets of heroes have no necessary reason to save the world, as they were cast out from humanity, but they still strive for what they believe in. Really wished both series had a chance to continue, but I guess the advertising had to come to an end.
Manga: Ah! Warera ga Myao Shougun
If you liked
Ah! Warera ga Myao Shougun
Manga: Maou no Musume wa Yasashisugiru!!
...then you might like
Maou no Musume wa Yasashisugiru!!
Both have adorable girls with high positions of power, where Oh, Our General Myao has a dictator child and The Demon King's Daughter Is Too Kind has a demon princess as our main characters. Both end on soft notes, nothing too remarkable due to the nature of both series, but I can't say it wasn't worth it. Pretty cute and relaxing if you want a certain mood.
Manga: Heavenly Demon Reborn!
If you liked
Heavenly Demon Reborn!
Manga: Volcanic Age
...then you might like
Volcanic Age
Both series are similar with the "new life" aspect, where Volcanic Age has regression, whereas Heavenly Demon Reborn has possession. Both are martial arts and murim focused, and the main characters train hard to become as strong as they are. Revenge is integral for both the motivations of the main characters, allowing them both to gain high positions in their respective societies. I just like how the main characters train to get stronger, using their previous experiences to have an advantage against their opponents.
Manga: New York New York
If you liked
New York New York
Manga: Life: Senjou no Bokura
...then you might like
Life: Senjou no Bokura
While "Life" focuses more onto different stages of their lives, NYNY is way more in-depth, but both show ups and down, problems and even how their lives come to an end. As I just finished Life, I instantly thought of NYNY, so I wanted to make this recommendation.
Manga: Kawaii Hito
If you liked
Kawaii Hito
Manga: Takane no Ran-san
...then you might like
Takane no Ran-san
Both are wholesome romances, both with a big focus on flowers. Takane no Ran-san is in a school-setting, while Kawaii Hito is adult.
Manga: Watashi wo Tabetai, Hitodenashi
If you liked
Watashi wo Tabetai, Hitodenashi
Manga: Hikaru ga Shinda Natsu
...then you might like
Hikaru ga Shinda Natsu
Monster x Human who is grieving Supernatural and a bit of mystery Dark atmosphere Queer characters
Manga: Hoshizora no Shita, Kimi no Koe dake wo Dakishimeru
If you liked
Hoshizora no Shita, Kimi no Koe dake wo Dakishimeru
Manga: Shousetsu Kimi no Na wa.
...then you might like
Shousetsu Kimi no Na wa.
Romance of two young people who are suddenly connected through supernatural means but are held apart by a time lag.
Manga: Dungeon Meshi
If you liked
Dungeon Meshi
Manga: Tongari Boushi no Atelier
...then you might like
Tongari Boushi no Atelier
Both have: -very good art -good world bulding -exploration of ethical and societal issues -similar tone
Manga: Ojisama to Neko
If you liked
Ojisama to Neko
Manga: 50cm no Isshou
...then you might like
50cm no Isshou
if you like the flufflyness of A man and his Cat, you'll like the adorable parts of Story of Seven Lives! while A man and his cat has comedy and is episodic, Story of seven lives has more drama in it.
Manga: Angel or Villainess
If you liked
Angel or Villainess
Manga: Marry My Husband
...then you might like
Marry My Husband
Both are manhwas that are based on a best friend betraying the MC, and the MC goes back in time to get revenge on their "best friend". Both MCs and "best friends" are females. Hooking stories.
Manga: Kuroshitsuji
If you liked
Kuroshitsuji
Manga: Majo to Yajuu
...then you might like
Majo to Yajuu
Both are dark fantasies with a mystery-solving element and involves cool action. They have similar looking settings (Victorian era-esque) and supernatural creatures
Manga: Kono Oto Tomare!
If you liked
Kono Oto Tomare!
Manga: Shiori Experience: Jimi na Watashi to Hen na Ojisan
...then you might like
Shiori Experience: Jimi na Watashi to Hen na Ojisan
-Both are about a music club -Both show rejects from the school growing and forming meaningful relationships -Both have a similar way to express how a song feels trhought image -They both are good :D
Manga: Akuyaku Reijou no Naka no Hito: Danzai sareta Tenseisha no Tame Usotsuki Heroine ni Fukushuu Itashimasu
If you liked
Akuyaku Reijou no Naka no Hito: Danzai sareta Tenseisha no Tame Usotsuki Heroine ni Fukushuu Itashimasu
Manga: Sute Akuyaku Reijou wa Kaibutsu ni Otogibanashi wo Kataru
...then you might like
Sute Akuyaku Reijou wa Kaibutsu ni Otogibanashi wo Kataru
Both atypical, well thoughs villainess' stories, with amazing art. "The Person in the Villainess" has better art, in my view, and "Even Monsters Like Fairytales" has better writing, but both are totally above the usual level for mangas of this genre.
Manga: Tokyo Ghoul
If you liked
Tokyo Ghoul
Manga: Fool Night
...then you might like
Fool Night
They're both dystopian fantasy/sci-fi & psychological thrillers with elements of body horror that explore the darker sides of society and survival.
Manga: Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu
If you liked
Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu
Manga: Nihon e Youkoso Elf-san.
...then you might like
Nihon e Youkoso Elf-san.
Re:Zero def inspired the other Mary is just Emilia The ability in both stories is called return by death similar plotline
Manga: Monster
If you liked
Monster
Manga: Berserk
...then you might like
Berserk
even though monster and berserk aint similar this thing makes me do one but anywho i picked of monster most recently after tokyo ghould and chainsaw but monster generally hits differnet just like berk did so ill recommend monster after berk as its peak but it may not be youre cup' a tea if you like the style of berk and more battles n that but hear me out give it a vibe check innit
Manga: Maoujou de Oyasumi
If you liked
Maoujou de Oyasumi
Manga: Himesama "Goumon" no Jikan desu
...then you might like
Himesama "Goumon" no Jikan desu
Both have the same vibes, with a princess that's not quite like your stereotypical princess and demons that are not demon-like at all. Both are funny and relaxing series.
Manga: Gabriel DropOut
If you liked
Gabriel DropOut
Manga: Jahy-sama wa Kujikenai!
...then you might like
Jahy-sama wa Kujikenai!
Jahy and Satania are cute little devils with a group of friends who goes into slice of life events and little adventures. Similar comedy, both light hearted atmospheres, both with slow development and both are set in modern Tokyo. Check them if you want some good humor, Gabriel and Jahy can get your attention with funny quirks
Manga: Boku to René to Aoarashi
If you liked
Boku to René to Aoarashi
Manga: Aoi no Shima to Neko Ippiki
...then you might like
Aoi no Shima to Neko Ippiki
For me these manga both create scenarios for the main character that envoke the same feelings. Both manga are works by authors that have been in the manga business for a long time and have created very good prior works. Therefore the quality of characters and location in both is quite strong. Both series see the MC go to a unfamiliar location and meeting a younger girl which they continue to live with. Generally though, for me both these series are fun and relaxing with good characters.
Manga: Suki tte Ii na yo.
If you liked
Suki tte Ii na yo.
Manga: Shujinkou Nikki
...then you might like
Shujinkou Nikki
Popular guy with unpopular girl - Shujinkou Nikki is more light-hearted and fluffy though
Manga: Brutal: Satsujin Keisatsukan no Kokuhaku
If you liked
Brutal: Satsujin Keisatsukan no Kokuhaku
Manga: Juujika no Rokunin
...then you might like
Juujika no Rokunin
They are both really edgy and violent. They also are revenge-ish stories.
Manga: Ao no Flag
If you liked
Ao no Flag
Manga: Kieta Hatsukoi
...then you might like
Kieta Hatsukoi
Similar love triangle plot, but a little lighter in content
Manga: Fire Punch
If you liked
Fire Punch
Manga: Boukyou Tarou
...then you might like
Boukyou Tarou
If you enjoyed fire punch you will enjoy Boukyou Tarou, since its been set in a similar world, I can see it beggining to develop some philosophical questions too!
Manga: Initial D
If you liked
Initial D
Manga: MF Ghost
...then you might like
MF Ghost
Sequel that takes place 25-ish years after the original with newer cars.
Manga: Ueno-san wa Bukiyou
If you liked
Ueno-san wa Bukiyou
Manga: Seitokai ni mo Ana wa Aru!
...then you might like
Seitokai ni mo Ana wa Aru!
Both mangas are about a peaceful school enviroment where most of the characters are girls and the one male character is the purest among them. Both of mangas explore the sexual desires of young characters who are currently discovering this side of them with some innocence. The key similarity between the two mangas is that the main male character of the series is innocent and clueless while the girls are the perverted ones. Except for the femboy, he's an exception.
Manga: Nazo no Kanojo X
If you liked
Nazo no Kanojo X
Manga: Tonikaku Kawaii
...then you might like
Tonikaku Kawaii
In both of these animes the male protagonist has his life flipped upside down by a mysterious female co-protagonist.
Manga: Chainsaw Man
If you liked
Chainsaw Man
Manga: Uchuujin no Kakushigoto
...then you might like
Uchuujin no Kakushigoto
-Unpredictable and crazy story. -Romantic mixed with dark horror vibes. -Scary & unnatural female character. -Lot of tragedy & gore. -Devoted MC.
Manga: Abashiri Ikka
If you liked
Abashiri Ikka
Manga: Harenchi Gakuen
...then you might like
Harenchi Gakuen
Abashiri Ikka is one of Go Nagai's early long works which was published mostly alongside Harenchi Gakuen. Its humor, craziness, and perverted content are on the same level as Harenchi Gakuen. The only difference being Abashiri Ikka is more action-oriented and it's more dramatic, but still, many of the stories take place in school so both of them at times feel like the same series. Both are definitely worth reading if you like Nagai's humor and style in either of the two.
Manga: Kimi no Suizou wo Tabetai
If you liked
Kimi no Suizou wo Tabetai
Manga: Kimi no Suizou wo Tabetai
...then you might like
Kimi no Suizou wo Tabetai
a story about how a person begins to appreciate life and realizes how important it is
Manga: Imawa no Kuni no Alice
If you liked
Imawa no Kuni no Alice
Manga: Kamisama no Iutoori 2
...then you might like
Kamisama no Iutoori 2
Playing games in an other place and Psychological Plots
Manga: Kamisama no Iutoori
If you liked
Kamisama no Iutoori
Manga: Imawa no Kuni no Alice
...then you might like
Imawa no Kuni no Alice
Playing death Games in another place
Manga: Dice
If you liked
Dice
Manga: Solo Leveling Side Story
...then you might like
Solo Leveling Side Story
,Both have almost identical stories, both Fantasy world, Both main character are the lowest being in the world at the start of the story, Both stories involve game-like features, .
Manga: Solo Leveling
If you liked
Solo Leveling
Manga: Dice
...then you might like
Dice
,Both have almost identical stories, both Fantasy world, Both main character are the lowest being in the world at the start of the story, Both stories involve game-like features, .
Manga: Boy Meets Maria
If you liked
Boy Meets Maria
Manga: Nande Omae ga Ki ni Nannen!?
...then you might like
Nande Omae ga Ki ni Nannen!?
both have characters that have a "girly" trait about them that leads to some sort of insecurity (? not sure how to explain it)
Manga: Kuragehime
If you liked
Kuragehime
Manga: Skip to Loafer
...then you might like
Skip to Loafer
Both have a keen focus on strong friendships between characters and societal differences & how we're expected to live up to them & interact with others. Great ensemble casts, great writing, and great humor with keen insight into emotional intelligence and bonds. Both are series I'd come back to over & over again. Totally timeless.
Manga: Koko wa Ima kara Rinri desu.
If you liked
Koko wa Ima kara Rinri desu.
Manga: Shrink: Seishinkai Yowai
...then you might like
Shrink: Seishinkai Yowai
It is similar in the way in which the 2 protagonists aim to help people with some type of problem and each chapter is a different person, having this in common in the 2 mangas
Manga: The Divine Surgeon
If you liked
The Divine Surgeon
Manga: Doctor's Rebirth
...then you might like
Doctor's Rebirth
They're both great; they each have unique medical characteristics, etc. Both contain the typical moments from cultivation stories, although Doctor's Rebirth leans more toward martial arts than legendary surgeon in my opinion. All in all, they are the best 2 medical manhwa highly recommended.
Manga: Shinseiki Evangelion
If you liked
Shinseiki Evangelion
Manga: Innocent
...then you might like
Innocent
In "Innocent," Charles-Henri Sanson becomes the executioner of France, forced by his family's tradition. Shinji Ikari from "Evangelion" pilots the Eva units to protect humanity from Angels, because of others wanting him to do it. Initially, both Charles-Henri and Shinji attempt to distance themselves from their roles. They don't want to do it, but they're the only ones who can do it. They need to grow and face their responsibilities. If you enjoyed the inner conflict and struggles of the protagonist from Evangelion or Innocent, then you're probably going to like the other one.
Manga: Tsurezure Children
If you liked
Tsurezure Children
Manga: Zense Coupling
...then you might like
Zense Coupling
Both are romantic stories following different couples, with comedic elements and intertwined together
Manga: Hunter x Hunter
If you liked
Hunter x Hunter
Manga: Kyokutou Chimeratica
...then you might like
Kyokutou Chimeratica
Anyone who love the Chimera Ant arc of Hunter x Hunter should read Kyokutou Chimeratica (KKC). KKC and HxH both has a Hunter Association that tries to fight mutated creatures called "Chimeras." The formation of Chimeras is very similar in both series as well (primarily through "phagogenesis"). Both series feature a young hunter protagonist who is surrounded by powerful Hunters. KKC is a fantasy monster-hunting manga and the adventure seems very close to what Togashi teased would take place in HxH's Dark Continent Saga.
Manga: Made in Abyss
If you liked
Made in Abyss
Manga: Exorcist wo Otosenai
...then you might like
Exorcist wo Otosenai
I am unsure of how to make this recommendation without sounding like—Lord forgive me—a "psychopath", but in some way, due to the graphic subject matter of these series and the involvement of squishable faces, I have a feeling that fans of one series will probably take a liking to the other. That is to say, if you like horrifying imagery juxtaposed with cute characters, this rec is for you.
Manga: Oyasumi Punpun
If you liked
Oyasumi Punpun
Manga: Dead Dead Demons Dededede Destruction
...then you might like
Dead Dead Demons Dededede Destruction
- same author - amazing art - varying cast of characters - psychological genre Dead dead demon starts off slower than punpun and is one of Asano's lighter works, but personally, it's one of my favorites.
Manga: Jigokuraku
If you liked
Jigokuraku
Manga: Chainsaw Man
...then you might like
Chainsaw Man
- amazing art - authors are connected - interesting storylines - fun battle scenes - likeable cast of characters
Manga: Chainsaw Man
If you liked
Chainsaw Man
Manga: Dandadan
...then you might like
Dandadan
- similiar humor - pleasing art style - absurdity - authors know eachother - fun story w nice battle scenes csm is more serious though
Manga: Honey
If you liked
Honey
Manga: Kaoru Hana wa Rin to Saku
...then you might like
Kaoru Hana wa Rin to Saku
Both are romances with a misunderstood, scary-looking MC. Honey is a bit more drama-heavy, while Kaoru Hana is very light-hearted.
Manga: Yamaguchi-kun wa Warukunai
If you liked
Yamaguchi-kun wa Warukunai
Manga: Kaoru Hana wa Rin to Saku
...then you might like
Kaoru Hana wa Rin to Saku
light-hearted school romances with a misunderstood but kind, scary-looking MC.
Manga: Blue Period
If you liked
Blue Period
Manga: Skip to Loafer
...then you might like
Skip to Loafer
- MC who is chasing some significant dream (becoming an artist in Blue Period; becoming a bureaucrat in Skip and Loafer) - Semi-slice of life, in that you follow the MC's journey to achieve this - Startingly in-depth look at characters' desires and motivations The parallels aren't immediately obvious, but read each and you'll understand they both have the same kind of "holy shit, I've felt that way" moments
Manga: Gokusen
If you liked
Gokusen
Manga: Yozakura-san Chi no Daisakusen
...then you might like
Yozakura-san Chi no Daisakusen
Both manga are mix of comedy, action and romance. In Gokusen is yakuza family, and in Yozakura is spy family.
Manga: Mahou Shoujo ni Akogarete
If you liked
Mahou Shoujo ni Akogarete
Manga: Mahou Shoujo 201
...then you might like
Mahou Shoujo 201
Basically similar elements, the main female lead is the "supervillainess" that lives in a magical girl setting world.
Manga: Beast Master
If you liked
Beast Master
Manga: Kaoru Hana wa Rin to Saku
...then you might like
Kaoru Hana wa Rin to Saku
Both are light-hearted romances with a misunderstood, scary-looking MC. Beast Master is quite short, and has more violent aspects to it.
Manga: Kawaii Hito
If you liked
Kawaii Hito
Manga: Kaoru Hana wa Rin to Saku
...then you might like
Kaoru Hana wa Rin to Saku
Both are light-hearted romances with a misunderstood, scary-looking MC.
Manga: Night of Shadows
If you liked
Night of Shadows
Manga: One Day, Suddenly, Seoul Is
...then you might like
One Day, Suddenly, Seoul Is
Night of Shadows is all about trying to survive from some kind of monsters that appeared out of nowhere, where same goes to One Day, Suddenly, Seoul Is. Both shares some similarity as : - A school group trying to survive together where some kind of leader (main character, which is an introvert who becomes a hero-like later) leads them. - A little bit of romance, not really romance but like something is going on. - A quite good drawing. Really recommend both.
Manga: Maya no Souretsu
If you liked
Maya no Souretsu
Manga: Shiroi Heya no Futari
...then you might like
Shiroi Heya no Futari
Both series are shoujo and yuri classics, dating back to the 70's. It is easy to see Shiroi Heya Futari's influence on Maya no Souretsu, with the innocent light-haired protagonist and her more tortured dark-haired love interest. Both series are very tragic, angsty, and meldodramatic, especially where the love interests are involved. In addition to the tragedy, we get some smaller critiques of heteronormativity, though I would say there is more critique of homophobia and patriarchy in Maya no Souretsu than in Shiroi Heya no Futari. I think if you are a fan of one of these shoujo yuri classics I think the other would be worth checking out if only to see how the early tropes began or seeing a later work with the same tropes that polishes them and takes a different path.
Manga: Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun
If you liked
Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun
Manga: Hotaru no Yomeiri
...then you might like
Hotaru no Yomeiri
Male Leads are very similar. Both are absolutely impulsive, unpredictable, walking red flags but also… adorable? Like in an innocent and childish way. And both are absolutely smitten and crazy over their respective Female Leads.
Manga: Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou
If you liked
Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou
Manga: Sousou no Frieren
...then you might like
Sousou no Frieren
Two girls travel the world after the last vestiges of war with a lot of memory and philosophy involved.
Manga: Mizutama Honey Boy
If you liked
Mizutama Honey Boy
Manga: Otonari Complex
...then you might like
Otonari Complex
Both are cute romances between a masculine girl and a feminine boy.
Manga: W-Juliet
If you liked
W-Juliet
Manga: Mizutama Honey Boy
...then you might like
Mizutama Honey Boy
Romance between a masculine girl and a feminine boy. Both manga analyze gender roles and stereotypes, although their conclusions are completely different.
Manga: Gokusen
If you liked
Gokusen
Manga: Spy x Family
...then you might like
Spy x Family
Mix of action and comedy with similar tone. In both manga, the main characters lead a double life, doing ordinary jobs and hiding their true identity (in Spy x family more than Gokusen) due to their connections with the underworld. In Gokusen we have yakuza, Spy x family we have spies and assassins. In bothe the female leader is strong and very good at fighting. In both mang family thread is important, but presented slightly differently. In both manga takes place subtle but important romantic subplot.
Manga: Kiyoku, Yamashiku, Modokashiku.
If you liked
Kiyoku, Yamashiku, Modokashiku.
Manga: Seihantai na Kimi to Boku
...then you might like
Seihantai na Kimi to Boku
- They both have a diligent boy/gal girl dynamic - They are both funny, cute and fluffy romcom - Suzuki and Enjouji both have the same vibes and way of thinking and they are funny
Manga: Happily Ever Afterwards
If you liked
Happily Ever Afterwards
Manga: Hawar in the Winter Garden
...then you might like
Hawar in the Winter Garden
A blonde princess moves to a cold and barren kingdom in order to marry a prince. The prince is reluctant to marry the princess due to personal reasons.
Manga: Sachi-iro no One Room
If you liked
Sachi-iro no One Room
Manga: Rinko-chan to Himosugara
...then you might like
Rinko-chan to Himosugara
Both Female MC's are young and have neglecting or abusive parents. They are similar in that they both rely on an adult stranger to cope with their troubles. Said Adult stranger being the Male MC who has a really dark past. Both MC's are reliant on each other and their interactions have a slight romance-ish vibe. Male MC really wants to help out with Female MC's relationships. Both their relationship with each other are secrets to outsiders. They're both enjoyable stories with likeable main characters. And have involving side characters who help them out at times.
Manga: Distant Sky
If you liked
Distant Sky
Manga: The Horizon
...then you might like
The Horizon
Very very simillar world building. Very simillar atmospheres. Both rely on post-apolcolyptic worlds. The cast in the both give off the same vibe. However the treatment of the premise is kind of different but very enjoyable in both of them.
Manga: Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou
If you liked
Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou
Manga: Tongari Boushi no Atelier
...then you might like
Tongari Boushi no Atelier
Both "Witch Hat Atelier" and "YKK" feature distinct, unconventional art styles. Their paneling shows highly creative and intricate layouts, pushing the boundaries of conventional manga. These series have an exceptional and detailed panel work. They both prioritize world-building and evoke a sense of wonder, sharing a focus on atmospheric storytelling, subtle character development, and a slower-paced narrative.
Manga: ReLIFE
If you liked
ReLIFE
Manga: Kimi no Suizou wo Tabetai
...then you might like
Kimi no Suizou wo Tabetai
If you liked the Coming-of-Age and Human Drama elements of "ReLIFE", you might enjoy "I Want to Eat Your Pancreas"! "ReLIFE" looks at the pains that one holds from past experiences, as well as how to accept them, digest them, and grow from them. Similarly, "I Want to Eat Your Pancreas" focuses on sensitising oneself to human connections and finding the personal significance of cocooning onself in them. In both stories, we follow the journeys of those who have been given "second chances" in life, learning how to build genuine human relationships which ultimately enrich their lives. So, if you found the character developments to be a selling point of "ReLIFE", be sure to check out "Pancreas"!
Manga: The Baby Divine Beast
If you liked
The Baby Divine Beast
Manga: Baby Tyrant
...then you might like
Baby Tyrant
The cutest pink haired babies with dashing fathers and overprotective brothers, great plot, dark haired powerful mls with handsome faces, baby girl bosses and op art style, and very pretty animals. Must read.
Manga: Sixth Sense Kiss
If you liked
Sixth Sense Kiss
Manga: Marry My Husband
...then you might like
Marry My Husband
Both are office romances with supernatural elements. They have a cold, black haired love interest, who act very similar to one another.
Manga: Perfect Marriage Revenge
If you liked
Perfect Marriage Revenge
Manga: Marry My Husband
...then you might like
Marry My Husband
They have a lot of things in common: reincarnation, travelling back in time, getting revenge on a cheating husband, rich male lead, cute romance and a lot of drama.
Manga: MoMo: The Blood Taker
If you liked
MoMo: The Blood Taker
Manga: Boku no Noroi no Kyuuketsukihime
...then you might like
Boku no Noroi no Kyuuketsukihime
Both stories are centered around a "Beautiful Loli Vampire & a Badass middle-aged protagonist". "MoMo: The Blood Taker" takes a much darker & grotesque route delving into murder mystery while exploring the lore behind this unsettling world... "My Dear, Curse-Casting Vampiress" has romance x action as its main driving force offering alot of cute x awsome scenes. it is not as dark in comparison to MoMo but certainly not lite as well as it will also showcase many shocking moments... both manga has amazing artstyle which helps in elevating its action bits, while boosting its dramatic moments. There are some cliches of the gerne but those will not hinder the story... In the end it all comes back to personal preference, I like "MoMo: The Blood Taker" but I love "My Dear, Curse-Casting Vampiress" even more...!!! Thanks for reading Aazi SOLO out...!!!
Manga: Hikaru ga Shinda Natsu
If you liked
Hikaru ga Shinda Natsu
Manga: Ura Baito: Toubou Kinshi
...then you might like
Ura Baito: Toubou Kinshi
they both have surreal imagery, creepiness rather than horror, no pedophilia, and gay main characters(kind of). Both series are very unique and likely will not be adapted into anime.
Manga: Dragon Ball
If you liked
Dragon Ball
Manga: Kinnikuman
...then you might like
Kinnikuman
Starts as a gag manga, but eventually becomes a full-blown action series with dramatic fights and complete story arcs. MC creates a constantly growing group of friends, and consistently learns new moves/techniques. Establishes many tropes and concepts within the genre. Arguably the broader medium itself.
Manga: Boku to Senpai no Tekken Kousai
If you liked
Boku to Senpai no Tekken Kousai
Manga: Sensei no Yasashii Koroshikata
...then you might like
Sensei no Yasashii Koroshikata
Both stories are about ML killing murderers. Both have romantic subtext. Both ML want to protect FL because of their philosophies. Both can be pretty bloody. Both have high school settings.
Manga: Freesia
If you liked
Freesia
Manga: Fool Night
...then you might like
Fool Night
Distopian settings; rich world building with lots of politics
Manga: Shamo
If you liked
Shamo
Manga: Yamikin Ushijima-kun
...then you might like
Yamikin Ushijima-kun
These two manga have a unique atmosphere, both dark and realistic, making for a gripping read. They explore the darkest, most shocking and disgusting aspects of society (rape, prostitution, drugs, physical and psychological violence, ...). We follow two evil and detestable anti-heroes. The first one is a paracide who evolves through street fighting, the second one a crook who evolves by extorting money from the weak. Violent, ruthless and morally questionable, they use any means necessary to achieve their goals. Both hated and loathed, they are fascinating and central figures in their universes. Their lives are pitiful, but their fates are similar. In both cases, the story is deep, complex and well-crafted. Art is sublime and immersive, blending well with the darkness of their story. Not for everyone.
Manga: Usami-san wa Kamawaretai!
If you liked
Usami-san wa Kamawaretai!
Manga: Cinderella wa Sagasanai.
...then you might like
Cinderella wa Sagasanai.
the male protagonist has a compulsion to help people out
Manga: Kankin Ou
If you liked
Kankin Ou
Manga: NTRevenge
...then you might like
NTRevenge
Their premises are nearly identical. In both, a bullied boy is granted a magical power by a demon in order to take revenge on his bullies, and he does so by mindbreaking women via kidnap, confinement, abuse, coercion, and sexual violence. Both take place against the backdrop of "normal" school life and an ongoing police investigation into the disappearances. In terms of vibes, Kankin Ou is generally sillier or more cartoonish, sporting some twisted romcom elements, whereas NTRevenge is more focused on (melo)drama and suffering.
Manga: Prison School
If you liked
Prison School
Manga: Desuraba
...then you might like
Desuraba
With similar set up and character design, Destiny Lover is likely a homage for Prison School.
Manga: Konyaku Haki sareta Reijou wo Hirotta Ore ga, Ikenai Koto wo Oshiekomu: Oishii Mono wo Tabesasete Oshare wo Sasete, Sekaiichi Shiawase na Shoujo ni Produce!
If you liked
Konyaku Haki sareta Reijou wo Hirotta Ore ga, Ikenai Koto wo Oshiekomu: Oishii Mono wo Tabesasete Oshare wo Sasete, Sekaiichi Shiawase na Shoujo ni Produce!
Manga: Sute Akuyaku Reijou wa Kaibutsu ni Otogibanashi wo Kataru
...then you might like
Sute Akuyaku Reijou wa Kaibutsu ni Otogibanashi wo Kataru
Both series are about a pure and kindhearted girl who gets betrayed and abandoned by her family. She is then found and taken in by a man who is rumoured to be a demon or monster.
Manga: Shiori Experience: Jimi na Watashi to Hen na Ojisan
If you liked
Shiori Experience: Jimi na Watashi to Hen na Ojisan
Manga: Uma Musume Cinderella Gray
...then you might like
Uma Musume Cinderella Gray
Both manga features a rather wild idea, sharing similar philosophies and just being a fun read
Manga: Kill the Villainess
If you liked
Kill the Villainess
Manga: I'm the Queen in This Life
...then you might like
I'm the Queen in This Life
The vibes of the two manhwas are similar, both FLs are in the role of the villainess and their appearance is quite alike (their love rivals too). The family dynamics can also be paralleled since both their fathers are calculating people doing anything to maintain their good reputation. The romance plots are quite different in my opinion, and the main goals of the FLs differ greatly since one of them wants to die and the other one wants to survive. Both FLs are likeable characters, however, I liked KTV's ML more than ITQITL's. Some characters in both manhwas made my blood boil. KTV's main story is completed, but ITQITL is still ongoing. It's worth checking out both manhwas, both stories are great with very pretty art.
1 2 [3] 4 5 ... 20
It’s time to ditch the text file.
Keep track of your anime easily by creating your own list.
Sign Up Login