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Both series future a yandere girl as one of the main characters and in both series she is played for laughs, so if you are looking for a comedy that features a yandere you could give those 2 a try (Enma no Hanayome to Kimetsukerareta Fukou na Ore no Jinsei Keikaku is probably the funnier one though).
Yuki has isolated himself from his high school student life; even his cell phone reflects his detachment, since it only contains information about his surroundings. In his fantasies Yuki is chosen by his friend Deux Ex Machina to participate in a survival game of twelve people, each with a clairvoyant personal diary. The remaining survivor will become the new Lord of Time and Space. However, Yuki wakes from his fantasy to find that his dreams have become reality; his diary now has entries from the future about his surroundings, and he learns that his classmate Yuno is also participating. Even worse, Yuki finds an entry for his imminent Dead End. To stay alive he becomes Yuno's partner, but her diary only contains what will happen to her beloved Yuki. Yuno swears to protect Yuki and uphold her unwavering love for him; she will protect their bond, no matter who she has to get rid of.
Yanderes, desparation and romance, violence, intrigue and mystery. The hapless hero of both series are plagued (Or blessed) by yanderes who, as you can tell, are batshit crazy. It's not just the yanderes that make them common but the feel of them. The suspense, the need to survive and the need to do what must be done even if it's against your moral code. Both are series worth looking into just for yanderes if you're into that, but the thrill elements and life-or-death situations and events that unfold are worthwhile on their own, even comedic at times. Gotta get your kicks in while you can, eh?
Both series have a yandere girl as one of the main characters, but one series is generally serious (thus it ends up being creepy) while the other one is a comedy (so the yandere is played for laughs). If you read one and thought that you were looking for something different (something serious or a comedy) that also contains one of those yandere characters then the other one might work.
As japan is going through some serious birth decline, the government decides to take some radical actions.
That's the basic plot of both series, so if you though it was interesting when you were reading one of them, the other one might prove to be just right up your allay.