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Haganai: I Don't Have Many Friends

Alt titles: Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai

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  • Vol: 9+; Ch: 40+
  • 2010 - ?
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summer 2014 reading list moeShana 24 Jun 19, 2014
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Thrawn

The Friend Making Club of Tomodachi has a (Relatively) legit excuse, but the Game Creater Club (Temp) of D-Frag! has none in terms of the... events they partake in. They aren't the usual events you'd do in a school club and the characters don't help matters any, especially with a delinquent (Or delinquent looking at least) being one of the forerunners. Hints of love abound, but it doesn't get in the way of comedy.

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Both of these mangas have similar characters and similar story styles. In both Delinquent styled males leads meet some rather odd girls.

In fact they are nearly twins in the sense of the character styles and story set up.

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Hyakko is a comedy series drawn in a similar style to Boku wa Tomodachi, though Hyakko is not nearly as echhi as Boku wa.

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Kari5

Both Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai and K-On are manga based around a really slack highschool club. They both tend to get very off track with club activities so members mostly hangout or end up doing random activities. Yozora and Mio are also very similar, mostly in looks, but in shyness as well. Fans of one would enjoy the other.

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Both of these manga focus on an abnormal high school club full of odd members. These clubs rarely end up doing club activities, but when they do, they're usually pretty abstract. Also, both Kyon and Kodaka have to deal with the strange females in their group, although they usually would prefer not to get involved.