Watashitachi no Shiawase na Jikan

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Pieta

Pieta

Rio Sakaki was raised by an unsympathetic father and a stepmother whose dream of a normal, happy life drove her to harass the poor girl and have her institutionalized. As a result, Rio developed suicidal tendencies and an aloof, distant personality that drove all potential friends away. But things change for the girl when she meets the studious, yet just as troubled Sahoko one day, and in time, Rio's icy exterior begins to melt. Together, the two girls quickly become fast friends and try to carve out their own happiness in a world that has neglected them.

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AirCommodore AirCommodore says...

Two people that still bear the emotional scars from their tragic upbringings meet each other by accident, become fast friends, and try to make sense of their pasts.

Both are really sad, though Pieta isn't as well-written and tends towards angst.

Coelacanth

Coelacanth

Satomi's entire high school is assembled in the auditorium for the announcement: her old math teacher has been murdered. The news causes her classmates to burst into tears, but the girl remains stoic, even in the face of the rude sheep that she hallucinates. But her apathy doesn't stop her from getting sucked into the case: she becomes acquainted with Yukinari, who the police believe is involved with the murder. This man reminds Satomi of a boy in bloodstained clothing that saved her life ten years ago, when the apartment building that she lived in exploded under mysterious circumstances. And though that case remains unsolved, as time goes on more and more threads are discovered connecting it to the recent murder; just how are these two cases related?

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AirCommodore AirCommodore says...

Coelancanth is probably aimed at a slightly younger audience, but the main characters in these two manga have similar(ly tragic) backgrounds. They also share the same atmosphere, and the past plays a large role in both.

Dead Flowers

Dead Flowers
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Another manga about the unlikely friendship formed between two people who are down on their luck. They share a similarly somber mood.

What a Wonderful World!

What a Wonderful World!

Life is never predictable, but we can always try to emerge from hardships with hope or acceptance. While Yuriko and others struggle with the reality of becoming an adult, others, such as Kasukabe, must try to balance their work and family life. And though Tae has been lost since her mother died, Hozumi will learn what it truly means to live.

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ZargunUrsa ZargunUrsa says...

If you're feeling like a tear-jerker... this is the manga to read. Their stories are tragic, but hold an important meaning behind them. The character developments in the story is amazing but it makes you wish it doesn't end the way that it did.