Tactics, Tokyo Babylon Recommendations
Superficially, they're highly similar - both revolve around Japanese religion as well as exorcism/demons/youkai. The art in Tactics is much more modern than that of Tokyo Babylon (considering it's about ten years newer than Tokyo Babylon) but both feature pretty boys/men in an ... ambiguous relationship.
Under the surface, both also focus on the idea of 'westernization' - the decline of traditional Japanese culture as it is replaced by Western norms and values. tactics does this through it's setting - the Taishou era (think early twentieth century) while Tokyo Babylon achieves it through it's plot, and periodical reflections by the characters.
Both are fairly episodic, although