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Sakamoto desu ga?

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HasseRovdjur

Both manga have a main character with special powers that sets him apart from his peers, and they use that power to help people or solve tricky situations. Sakamoto has more comedy and Genkaku Picasso has a lot of focus on psychology they're both pretty episodic and feature a lot of odd school antics with rather odd male leads.

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Both manga are about male highschoolers with very mysterious powers and how to use them to get out of tricky situations. JoJo has action and a more serious tone while Sakamoto desu ga? is pure comedy, but both are so over the top and full of cool poses and great art that I think they're sufficiently similar to warrant a recommendation.

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Doomoo

They both have main male leads who are so awesome it's ridiculous but amazing. If you enjoyed either manga for that reason then check out the other for sure.