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One day, a girl is accosted by several sunshade-wearing men in black who wish to know the direction of the subway. Though in a hurry she begrudgingly answers, and then they are accidentally separated - leaving her with their handsome companion. There's just one problem: he doesn't speak a word of Japanese! Together, the two set forth to find his friends. With no language to communicate with, the two begin to understand each other in a different, more fun way.
Those two manga are not extremly similar, but they do share one common theme. The theme in question is overcoming language barriers (and there is some romance involved in that too). Both of those are also oneshots, so there shouldn't be much preventing you from reading one if you read the other.
Fifteen-year-old Eriko Sawamoto lives in a small town with an American army base. It's the summer, and in the midst of the heat and sun comes an unexpected encounter: while walking near the base's fence, Eriko meets an uncoordinated and tall boy. The two begin to see each other more often as the summer continues on...
That Summer and No Title are two different mangas, but they both have something in common: they're about love and the boundaries that keep two people apart from each other. Wether it's physical or linguistic, there's a wall separating the two lovers, but it's not significant, because as it's said, love conquers all the boundaries. Great, dramatic romance!