Yankee-kun to Megane-chan, Beelzebub Recommendations

Yankee-kun to Megane-chan
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If you have a liking for comedic school-based situations involving delinquents, then you have to check both of these series out. Not only do they provide really funny moments, but the main characters are pretty badass.
report Recommended by radiantfire
Same crazy humor and setting (a high school filled with delinquents) though Beelzebub has a supernatural edge to it. The humor and art is their main similarity and they both have the same mood.
report Recommended by adamantine
both Manga is about a delinquent guy in high school , Where there lives are full of fights , and the Drawing is similar
report Recommended by lady-leen
even though, there is no demon kids and magical things in the Yankee-kun, these are both great delinquent comedies with competitions and battles.
report Recommended by Kanorin
Modern yankee mangas with more focus in the comedy and school living side instead the thug fights of classic yankee mangas.
report Recommended by BlindNoldor
Taking place in a school life environment, Beelzebub and Yankee-kun highlights the lifestyles of a main protagonist who often gets into trouble involving absurd and insane comedy. Similarly, the main female protagonist in both series has fighting techniques of her own and is well known in the past for her skills. She also has an interesting relationship with the male protagonist. The addition of Beelzebub is the highlight of more supernatural elements. However, the strength of their humor makes these two manga worth reading especially if you want some good laughs and action.
report Recommended by Stark700
While Beelzebub focuses more on fighting and how the use of demonic powers influence said fights, Yankee-kun to Megane-chan instead turns up the humor while the fighting that does happen in the manga is more played down. Yankee-kun to Megane-chan is the inverse of Beelzebub: where humor takes center-stage while fighting is left on the sidelines. In a nutshell: the characters in Beelzebub exist so that they can fight, while Yankee-kun to Megane-chan's cast fight so that they can exist. So, if you enjoyed Beelzebub, but wanted more humor or less of a focus on fighting, then read Yankee-kun to Megane-chan.
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