Saikyou Densetsu Kurosawa, Watashi ga Motenai no wa Dou Kangaetemo Omaera ga Warui! Recommendations
Both talk about people who despairingly want to fit in the society.While Kurosawa wants to be accepted by his workmates, Kuroki wants to be accepted not only by his classmates as a colleague, but as a girl and even as a normal person. Both mangas are very uncomfortable, and show us how far people go, just to fight loneliness and be accepted.
Social ineptitude and rotten luck know not the bounds of age or gender.<br>
Kurosawa and Watamote are unique among the works of the cringecore/error comedy genre in that they do not simply portray their protagonists as well-intentioned but misunderstood and pitiable figures. Instead we get to peek into the minds of a pair of delusional and neurotic fools who, as charming as they are, often have nobody to blame but themselves. You want to see them succeed, but for some reason, they're just allergic to competence.<br>
And that, of course, just makes them all the more lovable.
-Both handle a cringe comedy that can drift you away or love the series.
-Both main characters are socially awkward people who desperately want to become popular. (The main difference is that Kurosawa is a middle-aged guy and Tomoko a high-school girl)
-Sometimes they can handle a pretty grotesque humor
-Both treat the theme of loneliness and anxiety
-The two can made you tons of tears and laughs