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Written by the same author. Bothe series focuses on high school romance and depicts complex feelings and social situations well
Both anime focus on the main female and male character falling in love. Both female leads are very lovable and easy to get along with and both male leads are very cool, calm, and popular. The art in both manga is very similar, along with the story. Both also contain a love triangle.
wahh i was actually wondering why the art is so similar lol, didn't notice it was by the same artist! very similar, the plot and characters ^^, loved both of the mangas ~
both the storyline are effin' great as well as their author is genius to make us gettin crazy with the main male character
It's by the same mangaka, so the art is similar, but the plot and characters are different.
Sawako Kuronuma is just like any other high school girl who wants to make friends and be useful. The only problem is she bears a worrying resemblance to Sadako from 'The Ring!' Because of her reputation, people are not only terrified of her, but small dogs even bark in fear at her presence; in fact, the only person in school who will talk to her is the lively class hottie, Kazehaya. As the pair spends more time together, Kazehaya slowly begins to bring Sawako out of her shell and soon their feelings for each other develop further. Though with her crippling insecurities, lack of social skills, and a series of cruel rumors and misunderstandings, it seems that Sawako's dream of a normal life won’t be quite so easy to obtain.
They are both mangas that relate the high school life of a young girl. It reminds you of your first love and the happiest times spent at school.
Both are stories of a first love though the main characters' personality is different. The girl discovers love as a new experience. The humor in both are very similar, and the cute romantic aspect of it would remind you of the other.
Both have the lovable and slightly clueless heroine falling for the most popular guy in school, supported by a cast of wonderful friends. They both give you that warm feeling after you read it :)
Haruna has never been feminine; she was the star pitcher of the softball team in middle school and didn't focus on relationship, but now that she's in high school she has a new goal: to have a shoujo manga-style relationship. While Haruna tries to be attractive and get a boyfriend, she has no idea how to accomplish her goal; and thus, she recruits the reluctant Yoh as her coach. Yoh is very attractive and dislikes women and the problems they cause, but is impressed by Haruna's determination and agrees upon one condition: she promises not to fall in love with him. Thus begins the crazy relationships of Haruna, Yoh and their friends as they all struggle to find themselves and their true loves.
Both are shoujo mangas involving high school romance. It depicts the various obstacles one has to face and learn to avoid while in a relationship. both are equally fun and an enjoyable read!
Both of the main girls are similar in the way that they are both really upbeat, and they cry easily ! Both manga just have the same feel to them
The stories are remarkably similar in Strobe Edge and Kimi ni Happiness. Both have a girl who falls in love with a boy who's "taken" by another girl in some way. Furthermore, their actions in regards to this situation are practically the exact same. Both manga make the reader think about how the only ones to understand a relationship are the two people involved. They have their differences, too, and Happiness is a lot shorter than SE, but if you enjoyed one you will definitely like the other!
When Sawa Konishi chose the high school she'd attend, she did so based solely on the cute uniform. But little did she know that she'd transfer into a recently-integrated, all-boys school, and that boys would outnumber the girls 5 to 1! What's worse, she's quickly bullied by Ran, the son of the school's chairman, and his group of friends. Determined to have a happy school life, Sawa sets forth to befriend the gang, experiencing companionship, love and heartache along the way.