Ouran High School is a prestigious private academy where money and status count for everything. Haruhi Fujioka is a scholarship student at the elite school, and is appalled by the lazy attitude of the rich and powerful students towards their studies. The Host Club is a clear example of this: a group of six attractive and wealthy boys spend their time entertaining the female pupils for a profit. When Haruhi accidentally breaks a ¥8,000,000 vase belonging to the club, they force her to work off her debt as one of the club's members; and to do so, she must masquerade as a boy! Can Haruhi keep her gender a secret from the club's exclusive clients?
In both manga the heroine is forced to join a club that consists of rich boys. The club president is a bit weird and has a crush on the heroine, however the heroine is too dense to realize it.
These two mangas are amazingly similar yet different enough too still be fresh and interesting, the feel and the comedy are near identical and i strongly recommend reading one if you liked the other, most likely you've already read OHSHC or seen the anime, if you loved Ouran, you'll most likely love My Heavenly Hockey Club as well (and vice versa)!
Kiri is a gifted young hairstylist who takes great pleasure in anonymously using her talents to add a ‘little magic' to an ordinary girl's life. On the flipside, a group of three boys called the Scissors Project have an entirely different mindset: they give grand makeovers to a select group of handpicked girls who are beautiful to begin with. Kiri is quite content with staying out of the public eye, though with the Scissors Project's leader Narumi refusing to stand aside and give up his makeover throne, it seems that she won't be able to stay out of the spotlight for long. With challenges being thrown at her whenever there's a chance, Kiri finds that she cannot resist responding to the world of hairstyling.
The main character in both of these mangas is so awesomely apathetic and disinterested in the gaggle of bishies surrounding them, if you're like me and get a good giggle out of watching overly confident guys being knocked down a peg, you'll love both of these.
Kyo Aizawa, an ordinary girl, is excited to learn that she has been accepted to Seisyu Academy. However, her excitement is turned to mortification as she looks at her school uniform for the first time and realizes that it's a boy's uniform! It turns out that her father, an ex-basketball player, enrolled Kyo as a boy in order for her to play on Seisyu Academy's famous boys' basketball team. And as if things couldn't get worse, Kyo discovers that not only does she have to play on the boys' team, but she also has to live in the team dorms. Can Kyo keep her secret safe?
eventhough the story line isn't similar both manga are hilarious with this girl that joined into an sport club where young bishounen boys mistake/treat her as a boy. both manga have so much comedy and both story lines are great, so if you enjoy one i'll recommend you to read the other one ^_^
Four gorgeous guys, one fabulous mansion and one challenge - turn the landlady's niece into a perfect lady and live rent free; fail and their rent will triple! Surely this task will be no problem for Ranmaru Mori, Kyouhei Takano, Takenaga Oda and Yuki Tohyama, who are lauded as the princes of their high school and have girls dropping at their feet daily... right? The boys' dream of rent-free living comes crashing down when they meet Sunako Nakahara, the girl they must transform. Sunako has devoted her life to solitude, preferring the company of anatomy mannequins, horror movies and the darkened seclusion of her bedroom to the presence of the ‘dazzling creatures' that cause her to have violent nosebleeds. Flushing her out into the light might prove to be more than the boys can handle!
If you liked one of these mangas, then you will definetely like the other. Both are about girls with odd personalities that have unwanted harems thrust upon them. The relationship between Hana and Izumi is extremly similar to the relationship between Sunako and Kyohei. Also, they both use similar humor, and some of the story lines are almost exactly the same! I'm certain you'll enjoy one if you liked the other.