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World Embryo

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  • Vol: 11+; Ch: 87+
  • 2005 - ?
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Daisuke MORIYAMA Artist
Daisuke MORIYAMA Author

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Morwen

Both of these manga are written by the same guy, and it really shows. Although the plots are very different, there's similar characters, plot twists, relationships between the characters, and themes. In particular, Moriyama seems very concerned with exploring how people relate to each other, and how "families" can grow in hardship. It's hard to go into them without spoiling too much, but they're definitely similar, and I think fans of one could easily become fans of the other.