3.937 out of 5 from 55 votes
Hiromu Nishizawa can't figure it out – he seems to be the only one at school who remembers a certain classmate that doesn't seem to exist. Though he begins to believe he's going crazy, the boy then encounters a mysterious person named Vermillion, a man who bears a disturbing message: Hiromu isn't who he appears to be. Now, he must discover the truth about himself and his past – a past that spans decades and beyond...
Immortality and it's downsides is one of the main issues in both Immortal Rain and Million Tears. Another similarity is the odd friendship between the one who is immortal, his love interest, and the person who made him immortal. Million Tears has less volumes than Immortal Rain and the characters and art aren't as well developed. If you liked the themes of Million Tears, check out Immortal Rain.