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Mamotte! Lollipop

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Manga Relations

Manga Name Year Relation Type More Info
Modotte! Mamotte! Lollipop 2006 Sequel

Anime Relations

Anime Name Type Year Relation More Info
Mamotte! Lollipop TV 2006 TBD
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Michiyo KIKUTA Artist
Michiyo KIKUTA Author

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Decent Shoujo Manga SebasCielStar 11 Mar 21, 2014
own at least part of (m) Kyouko 41 Aug 17, 2013
Manga I Own ShyStar 11 Jun 21, 2013
illarae rated the Mamotte! Lollipop manga 3/5 stars
illarae read Mamotte! Lollipop at 7 of 7 volumes
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Ultra Maniac

Ultra Maniac
  • Vol: 5; Ch: 25
  • 2002

As one of the most popular girls in school, Ayu Tateishi is always concerned with her public image. However, she gets more than she bargains for when she helps a new student, Nina Sakura, retrieve a lost item. Nina is actually a witch from the magic kingdom, and the lost item was her electronic spell book. Intent on repaying her kindness, Nina decides that she can trust Ayu with her magical secret and offers to grant any wish she makes. Unfortunately, even though Nina's heart is in the right place, her skills are somewhat lacking. So when Nina temporarily turns her into a guy, gives her a ring that electrocutes any boy who touches her, and messes up a love potion, Ayu begins to regret ever picking the spell book up. Will Ayu's reputation and love life be able to survive their friendship, and will Nina ever improve her skills enough to return home?

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Canal

Both manga have magic and romance, as well as characters that came from  another world where they use magic. In Ultra Maniac the heroine becomes friend with a girl from the magical world while in Mamotte Lollipop the heroine meets two boys from the magical world who end up staying with her to protect her and they become friends.

KazaneHime

People that have magic powers coming to the human world seems to be a common theme but both Ultra Maniac and Mamotte! Lollipop do a really good job with showing how the author(s) belive it would be. In both of these amazing manga, romance plays a major part though Mamotte! Lollipop's romance seems a bit more childish than that of Ultra Maniac. I hope you read both of these amazing manga :3

Magical JxR

Magical JxR

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punkgirl557

both mangas are about two male wizards going to the human world to do something to be able to graduate or pass and the wizards protcts the human girl from danger.  magical jxr is like a korean version manga of mamotte lollipop. so you should really read mamotte lollipop and magical jxr i recomend it (:

Sugar Sugar Rune

Sugar Sugar Rune

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KazaneHime

While Sugar Sugar Rune is from the point of view of people that have magic that come to the Human world, Mamotte! Lollipop takes on the perspective of a human that gets wrapped up with people with magic because she accidentally swallowed what they were trying to recover. Both SSR and M!L include people that are taking a type "exam" while in the human world and both include nice amounts of romance though Mamotte! Lollipop focuses a bit more on it.