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Ishuca is a man who has been told he is going to die. So as to not disturb anyone, he travels to a remote cave where he encounters an ancient demon known as Blood; trapped in the ice for centuries, Blood is about to eat Ishuca when the man offers his body to the demon. While Ishuca then dies naturally, Blood is so touched by the man's kindness that he inadvertently revives him with his tears. Together, the two set off on a grand adventure and unintentionally try to breach the rift between humans and demons; for they are not as different as they may seem to be.
Both extremely cute centering around the love of two male characters. Both are fantasies with bunches of humor and "OmiGod That's so cute!" moments abound. Both main characters fall in love with a demon, but the plots are entirely different, so it's not like reading the exact same story either.
Bot manga centres around relationship between former "ordinary" human and demon. In both there is some kind of journey where "human" learns about demon world.
Koori no mamono has more action and is more thrilling and might brign you on werge of crying (which i wouldn't say about DD), but it's still so sweet...
Demon Diary, on contrary, is more cute :3
Artwork is really great and if you like bishies, your heart will squee with joy :)
Both are very shounen with little actual smut. Both great for a cute read even though koori no mamono no monogatari is much more serious and (in my opinion) more readable because the plot is a bit better than the fluff of boku x neko
Mitsuo Shiozu is a reclusive high school boy with a special gift: he is able to see and communicate with ghosts. However Mitsuo sees his talent as more of a curse, especially when he comes into contact with a female spirit who takes over his body and uses it to confess to a boy named Hasanuma in front of the entire class! Though while these ghosts are tiring him out by possessing Mitsuo whenever they feel like it - making his school life a misery in the process - he still hopes to grant their wishes and help them move on. But with such a special power, many spirits requiring help, and a growing number of male admirers - including the increasingly persistent Hasanuma - Mitsuo's life is sure to be anything but quiet or lonely.
Cute shounen ai 's with humourous characters. Eerie Queerie is about ghosts and is a relatively simple love encounter that is more of a laugh read with cute little twists, while Koori no Manomo no Monogatori is a bit more serious and a bit longer. I like the later more for its complexity and gorgeous characters, but both main characters are overly sweet and innocent individuals who fall in love with a 'dark horse' and seem completely oblivious to the world.
Rakan is the only surviving member of his family, so he lives alone with only a flourishing garden to keep him company. One day, a mysterious man falls into Rakan's garden and tries to kill him, but instead of getting angry Rakan feeds the man, gives him hot food, and offers him a place to stay. As more people mysteriously follow suit Rakan discovers that he looks just like the evil prince of a different world - a man who is exiling unwanted people out of his territory. With the help of this band of misfits - a monster, a man who should have been a woman, a snake that can turn into a sword and a number child - Rakan sets forth to set things right and bring green back to the desert of his new friends' world.
Both have a similar feeling. There is a kind of naive young boy, that loves all living things around and kind of demon-ish man that decided to protect him for some reason.
I like both, but I guess Silver Diamond has a deeper story and more "human-like" characters.
If you like one, try the other too!
Only real similarity is that they are both Shounen ai (although the Tyrant Falls in Love is a bit more of a yoai than a shounen) that are chocked full with humour and main characters that are constantly questioning themselves in the cutest ways possible.