Magi

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Kazan

Kazan

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Drahken Drahken says...

Both stories are about seemingly young boys with amazing abilities far beyond those of mortal men, who wander about on a quest for something they once lost. Additionally, the settings of both are very much the same. Both manga are set in desert wastelands, populated by small villages & tribes.

Id

Id

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samyamsamy samyamsamy says...

both of them have those light comedy moments..both seem like a light anime at first but go on to explore darker concepts..both somehow give out the same feeling when you read them..the action scenes are also kind of similar 

Rengoku ni Warau

Rengoku ni Warau

The story is set 300 years before Donten ni Warau, during the Tensho Period. At Lake Biwa, the largest lake in Japan, the battle with Orochi ensued.

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irenesky irenesky says...

Rengoku ni Warau. Set 300 years after Utakata ni Warau, and 300 years before Donten ni Warau, during the turbulent Sengoku period, it is the story of a young man named Ishida Sakichi, whose mission leads him to encounter a pair of mysterious twins at the Kumo Shrine.

Donten ni Warau Gaiden

Donten ni Warau Gaiden

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irenesky irenesky says...

Donten ni Warau side stories. Some of these side stories takes place before the main series and some after the end of the main series.

Donten ni Warau

Donten ni Warau

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irenesky irenesky says...

In the eleventh year of the Meiji era carrying swords was forbidden by the government and those known as samurai were slowly fading away. However, there were plenty who didn't like those changes taking place in Japan and inevitably the crime rates increased. The country's only solution was an inescapable lake prison. Since the prison had no other way to access it except by water, the three boys of the Kumo family were assigned to transport the criminals to their new "home". Although, is that the only thing they were doing?...