2.627 out of 5 from 24 votes
Snow White’s stepmother has always hated her for being more beautiful, and is now after her life. Luckily the young princess has managed to escape to a small house in the forest inhabited by seven dwarves who have offered her sanctuary in return for her assistance. Unfortunately, she can’t cook, her idea of cleaning is calling in the help, and her haughty attitude doesn’t sit well with one of the dwarves, Seven. However, as Snow White begins to try her hardest it seems that maybe Seven doesn’t hate her after all…
Airi has always dreamed of marrying her fated true love and living a normal, happy life – a dream disrupted forever when Aram, a prince from another world, emerges from her grandmother’s mirror. She takes the young prince home with her thinking he is a lost child, giving him a home cooked meal and a place to sleep. However, in the morning she discovers that, as the result of a magic spell, Aram transforms into a 17-year-old boy whenever it’s dark, and her kiss is the only way to change him back! If that wasn’t enough, Aram is in hiding from his older brother, the evil sorcerer Jeile, who has fallen in love with Airi and intends to make her his bride! Will Airi ever be able to find her happily-ever-after?
In both manga the female lead is taller than the male lead and in both there is age transformation involved at some point, not to mention both series have this fairytale feel to them. Unfortunately both of those series are generic and mediocre shoujo ones, but if you enjoyed one of them you'll probably like the other one as well.
In this warped version of Alice in Wonderland, Miyuki, a normal Japanese schoolgirl, wakes up just in time to embark on the most unusual trip she'll ever take: a non stop journey to Wonderland! Along the way she'll meet up with a purrfectly sinful Cheshire Cat, a Chinese take on Tweedle-dee and Tweedle-dum, the scariest Queen of Hearts you'll ever encounter and a score of other beautiful women as she delves into the rabbit’s hole... in the middle of the sidewalk!
These manga give an anime twist to classic western stories. Although Snow White has more of a storyline, I still think fans of one would enjoy the other because of its recognizable cast and plot.