Strobe Edge

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Rockin' Heaven

Rockin' Heaven

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.

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marebear1234001 marebear1234001 says...

The main female protagonists both want to find romance and each pursues their goal and end up dating the guys they like

Kimi ni Happiness

Kimi ni Happiness

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Bronia Bronia says...

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!

Tonari no Atashi

Tonari no Atashi

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phoenixaurora phoenixaurora says...

The basic plot's the same: Naive schoolgirl has an unrequited first love for the cool, dark-haired guy but he already has a beautiful girlfriend.  However, unknown to the girl, he likes her back too? A second love interest appears as a classmate who holds an unrequited love for the main girl.  Even though he knows she likes someone else, he wants the chance to be with her.  The love triangle turns into a square.  

The characters in both manga have depth to them and are not just the typical rival girlfriend or typical male second lead.  At first, both manga seem like generic shoujos but as one reads on, they deviate from the usual formula.  There's a similar pastel-like art style in both of them!  

The "winning" guy of Strobe Edge is not the same as the winner of Tonari no Atashi so if you were dissatisifed with the first love/second love not ending up with the girl, try out the other manga.