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Beyond the Beyond

Beyond the Beyond

Futaba Kudou is sick and tired of his family; as the youngest of his siblings he's considered the baby of the group and is constantly hounded over his cell phone. Things change one day when a girl suddenly falls out of the sky. Her name is Kiara, and she's an Amaranthine - a special plant that blooms in the land of the fairies and is rumored to have the power to grant wishes. Her magical abilities can only manifest once she is joined with her master, and she believes Futaba to be that person! However, as it turns out Futaba is not Kiara's master; and after a brief battle with an evil sorcerer that's after Kiara's powers, Futaba finds himself transported into a magical world filled with wonder. Together, the two agree to travel together to find Kiara's real master, making new friends along the way such as Bel-Bel the bunny wizard and Virid the prince. Can they find Kiara's master, or will the monsters and demons out for Kiara find them first?

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Kimikei

Both manga involve a group of people travelling through a different world to try and find someone, whilst having fights using magic and running from magical creatures.

MissNothing

Both manga involve a group of people travelling through a different world to try and find someone, whilst having fights using magic and running from magical creatures.

Kilala Princess

Kilala Princess

Kilala is a girl who wants nothing more than to find true love, just like the Disney princesses she loves and admires. One day Kilala finds a beautiful boy passed out on the ground and awakens him with a Sleeping Beauty-style kiss. His name is Rei, and he (and his companion Valdou) are searching for the owner of a tiara; this ‘chosen princess' is said to be able to save their country across the sea. After Kilala's friend Erica is kidnapped for winning a princess contest, Kilala sets forth on an adventure with Rei to find her and beyond. Together, they travel to the worlds of many Disney princesses, make new friends, defeat powerful enemies and even find true love!

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Kari5

Like anime mixed with Disney? Both of these stories have a regular manga-style main character, but they explore Disney worlds and meet a large cast of Disney characters! If you enjoyed one, you'd probably enjoy the other.

Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

Young Link lives in Kokiri Forest with his friends; they all live under the watchful eye of the Great Deku Tree. Being the only child in the village without a faerie companion, Link is often bullied for his abnormality; but one fateful day Link is called upon by the Great Deku Tree and receives a faerie. The young boy is astonished to learn that he is destined to be the hero of the Kingdom of Hyrule, and must begin his journey to vanquish the evil wizard Ganondorf, who threatens to overthrow Hyrule with the mysterious and ancient power of the Triforce. Link leaves the village in order to locate three sacred artifacts for Princess Zelda in the hopes that their power can save her land from destruction. Now, against all odds, Link and Zelda must embark on a quest to find the strength to defeat their enemies and save the kingdom from Ganondorf’s evil ambitions.

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Kari5

Both of these are manga based on popular action video game franchises. Although their games can be a bit dark and serious, the manga tend to be more goof and, family-friendly. They both are a bit too short and feel rushed. If you liked one, you'd probably enjoy the other.

Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle

Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle

The power to cross over dimensions is one that is deeply coveted -- a lesson that childhood friends Sakura and Syaoran learn the hard way when an unknown enemy attacks an archaeological dig in their country.  As a result, Sakura's memories are scattered to different dimensions, causing her to fall into a deep sleep.  In order to save Sakura's life, she and Syaoran must journey to various worlds in search of her memories, with the help of fellow travelers, Fai and Kurogane.  But finding Sakura's memories won't be easy, and the price for traveling through time and space is high...

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jtir123

Both series' has characters who travel to many different and interesting worlds. With a slightly light-hearted tone, both series also seem to have a feeling of eminent sadness as well. Both really good to read, particularly if you enjoy crossovers as both are full of them.