The same situation where it involves a manga artist and his assistant, except in one anime it is the guy who is going after the girls while in the other anime it is the girl who is going after the guy.
- A male main-protagonist who publishes his own manga (included in a monthly manga-magazine).
- A female assistant (literally in Mangaka, although "of the sorts" in the case of Nozaki-kun).
- Both of the male Protagonists work under the pressure of deadlines, and had (up till some point,) been searching after someone to help them keep on schedule (these are iow. obviously the females mentioned earlier).
- The Main-lead in Nozaki-kun, is a girl named Sakura Chiyo, and everything (as far as we know,) is viewed from her perspective. (... and let's hope it stays that way).
This strongly contrasts from Mangaka, within were everything was (for the most
The same scenario where it has that mangaka X assistant kind of relationship, except one has an extra ecchi and harem genre, while the other is more on the romance side.
Both are comedic anime with a similar theme of mangakas, if you've seen one you should definitely see the other. The difference is that Mangaka-san has all of the cast involved in the manga industry, whereas GSN's cast also serve as character inspiration for Nozaki's manga.
The two shows also have the same format, with each episode having two parts, though GSN is twice the length in each episode and has a slice of life/comedy feel to it, whereas Mangaka-san is a harem with over the top fanservice/ecchiness.
Both of the main characters in the story are manga artists, during the show, we reveal their secrets, their assistance and more comedy related stuff.
Both revolve around a male MC that is a manga artist.
They both are light heated comedies that will honesty make you laugh.
In both series you get a variety of different characters from tsundere guys and tsundere girls to your friend that has had feelings for you.
Both show case some of what managa creators have to go through.
In both show they do a good job having an assistant that are completely different from the manga creator.
Both are comedies about mangaka and his assistants. While in Mangaka-san to Assistant-san his manga is ecchi and the whole anime is more ecchi, in Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun his manga is shoujo and the whole anime is more romantic.
Both feature hilarious situational comedy. Both are about a mangaka and his interaction with his assistant and others around them. Jokes in mangaka-san to assistant-san tend to be more crude and more ecchi. Mangaka san to assistant-san is also a TV short and much shorter.
Both shows are about a manga artist and various assistants who come in and help him with his work (varies from helping him draw to inking to erasing and what not). They also both take a heavy slice-of-life approach and also heavily integrate humor into their respective shows. Just a fair warning, however: Mangaka-san is more ecchi, and Gekkan Shoujo is not.
Both of these excellent comedy series revolve around a male that works on manga.
In Monthly Girls, the girl is the MC while in Manga Assistant the guy is the MC.
The girls in guys in both series often work together on the guy's manga.
The characters in both series are very lovable.
Anime equally tells about the life of this Mangaka has a storyline that is quite interesting and amusing. every day in the process of making manga they were always surrounded by many women. The second principle of this anime will always make you laugh :D ..
Both describes the work-life of a mangaka
If you liked GSN-k, then you might like also this one, both are shoujo comedy with Manga creating protagonist n.1 that has a crush on protagonist n.2. ( More of comedy than romance )