Witch Craft Works

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Magico

Magico

In a vast world, Emma, a girl with something lurking inside her, meets the magician Shion!!! What is the "Magico" ritual that will bind them together?! Even if they risk their lives to tread a path of thorns...!!

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JAhU JAhU says...

Both Magico and Witchcraft Works feature a normal human protagonist within whom some secret power is hidden and a powerful mage set on protecting him\her. Also both of those manga feature some subtle romance. Last but not least, the genders are reversed: in Magico the "damsel in distress" is female and her protector is male, but in Witchcraft Works the first one is male and the second female. It's quite possible that you might like one of those if you liked the other, so give it a go.

Trinity Seven

Trinity Seven

Arata Kasuga transfers to the Royal Biblia Academy to solve the mystery of the destruction that is ravaging the world and that–more importantly–has stolen his cousin Hijiri from him. It’s a tough road that lies ahead of Arata, but nothing’s impossible when you have seven beautiful girls–each a master of her own magical art–at your side!

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JAhU JAhU says...

There are some similarities between Witchcraft Works and Trinity Seven, like the protagonist suddenly finding himself surrounded by mages\witches, but truth to be told, I wanted to use the differences between those two series to encourige you to read Trinity Seven. Do you have enough of those wimpy, indecisive male leads? If the answer to that question is "yes", then Trinity Seven, might be just what you are looking for. The protagonist there openly states what's on his mind (witch often get him into trouble), and stays cool through (almost) any crisis. As a bonus it also has a high school setting, magic and mages.

Choku!

Choku!

Mizuhashi Nao is a 16 year old, who is shy and friendless. He passes his class breaks in the toilet playing games where he won't be bothered. One day an upperclassman appears peaking from above and with a huge nosebleed that covers him with blood. Her name is Serika. Wait, a girl?! What is a girl doing in the boys restroom? And why did she just ask him out on a date? Nao's world is about to be turned upside down.

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JAhU JAhU says...

If you liked the female lead in one of those two series, you could try reading the other one as well. While those gals are not exactly the same (one is a pervert while the other is not), their poker faces combined with bizarre behavior and a case of "deep love" (that kind which causes stalkers to be born) make them somewhat similar.

Kandachime

Kandachime

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Reasons you might like Kandachime...

JAhU JAhU says...

Something about the female lead in Kandachime reminded me of Ayaka from Witch Craft Works. Probably the fact that both are mostly emotionless, overprotective of, and strongly devoted to the rather useless male lead (at least that's how those guys are at the beginning). If you were looking for such female characters then both of those manga are titles for you.

Shiki Tsukai

Shiki Tsukai

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Reasons you might like Shiki Tsukai...

JAhU JAhU says...

Both manga have somehwat similar female lead. In both cases it is a rich and non-emotional girl who declares that she will protect that average guy male lead. Though the guy in Shiki Tsukai is a bit above the average and despite what the girl promised to do, he actually has to fight himself. Nonetheless, if you liked one of those female leads you might find the other manga interesting too.

P.S. In both series the male lead is called a "princess" at some point...