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Maria-sama ga Miteru

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I make this recommendation because in bought series there is a strong relationship between bought girls/female main characters. Is it me or do bought main characters of Maria-sama ga Miteru and Ultra Maniac TV really look alike. Just so you know Ultra Maniac TV has magic in the mix, which is totaly absent in Maria-sama ga Miteru and in turn Maria-sama ga Miteru has elegance in the mix, which is totally absent in Ultra Maniac TV. But in bought shows the relationship between the main characters plays an important role.
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Each of these series focus on rather bishonen characters developing non-customary relationships. In Maria, the characters work on developing relationships with their "sisters" while the relationships in Uragiri focus on people with similar souls. Although Uragiri is more fantasy based, I think that brings each series together. They are both also slow paced with similar art styles and a similar feel between the characters.

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