If you're looking for manga similar to Bastard, you might like these titles.
A reclusive high school student is suddenly forced to leave his home due to an unexpected turn of events.
Both series are by the same person, and are hella creepy. I mean, I actually physically jumped because of these, and I don't need to tell you how hard it is to achieve that in a manhwa.
Sweet Home is another webtoon by the same author and eventhough it doesen't look like it is tremendiously similar. I was skeptical about it first because of the plot and because I thought that it would be another cliché story about a zombie apocalipse which are the kind of stories that never intrested me but I was wrong. Sweet Home is much more than a zombie apocalipse, actually it's not even zombies but people that turn into monsters. Just like Bastard it is a psicological drama that will make you think about right and wrong and all inbetween. Sweet Home will show you some wicked truth about humans and their desires you wish weren't true. It is like Bastard because of the way the author will make you think and make you tense at the edge of your seat waiting for the next part.
They have the same feelings
and I am pretty sure that if you like one of them then you will like the other one
They are both done by the same team, and have a lot of themes in common.
Same author, same style, similar mc
Well its by the same peeps and both are pretty spooky with terrifying but great art! Will both leave ya on the edge of your seat
Firstly, it's created by the same author so if you like the art style of Bastard, you'd like the art style of Sweet Home too. In both webtoons, the author creates a tense atmosphere in each panel. You'd feel a sense of caution & fear of what's about to happen next. The main characters of both webtoons aren't too unrealistic & have an urge to escape the reality that they're in. Their surroundings & situations make it hard for them to escape, causing them to plan everything & work with others. You have a constant feeling that something might happen to the main characters but due to their planning & sometimes just luck, they get out of dangerous situations. They both assess the situations they're in making them ready for the next event that would happen, which they plan ahead for and find a way out of the trouble.
What would you do if you found out that your neighbour is a serial killer? But more importantly - what would you do if some unknown third person was trying to make you kill him?!
Bastard has the dad as a murder as the son trys to stop any more murders but someone at his school is the target so its his job to save her.
but as Superior day is a bit more cruel.
Superior Day has this man be invoved in this crazy murder (game) to save his daughter.
Both series feature serial killers and how the people close to them end up involved (although slightly more so with Bastard) Both series are pretty interesting, and feature some very insane characters.
Both are Korean webtoons that involve serial killers. Both are very thrilling to read and contain plenty of twists and turns.
Yoon Bum is a scrawny, awkward man who suffers from mental illness and has an unhealthy romantic fixation with popular college student Oh Sangwoo. He's taken to stalking the object of his obsession, even going so far as to break into Sangwoo's home; but the horrors he discovers in the young man's basement are beyond his darkest nightmares. His would-be prince charming is actually a serial killer, and when Bum is caught trespassing, he soon learns that breaking into a psychopath's house is a lot easier than getting out...
Both psychological thrillers. Bastard is not a shounen-ai, so don't expect that sort of BL recommendation. But the quality is up there high. Killing Stalking has some explicit content that could bother whoever dislikes BL, but I recommend it anyways because the story is what matters the most.
Bastard! & Killing Stalking are similar to each other. Both have a love intrest/obsessive crush and both have criminals. Except in Badtard! case it is actually loving, while in Killing Stalking it is obsession and pain.
If you ignore the fact that Killing Stalking is also a yaoi, these two manhwa are very similar in story and tone. In both, the protagonist is a weak guy who is taken advantage of by a serial killer and forced to be an accomplice. The artstyle in both manwha is, while different from each other, very expressive. There's also this constant feeling that something bad will happen soon, but you never know what or when.
If you're looking for intense psychological horror/thrillers then these two are good picks.
Hyeongoh, the first place student at school, is disabled and has a knack for getting ridiculed by the school's bullies. With no help and no way out, he finds himself in a despairing situation...until someone appears to stand by his side!
bost of these psychological drama stories include weak Mc who gets bullied alot because they are week these manhwa also have a dark gorey side to them that keeps the heart pupmping and before you know it you are in the middle of the next chapter
see the dark side of things in both of them. The main characters are also weak and unable to change thier situation
Years ago, a kidnapping incident left a pair of victims with lasting psychological scars: Maa-chan is prone to violent mood swings, while Mii-kun's pathological lying shrouds his life in mystery. Now, when the news begins airing stories of kidnappings and serial murderers, Mii-kun moves into Maa-chan's house, in an effort to protect this girl who he has been through so much with. But can he save her from herself?
This manga has the same creepy vibe and deals with very similar situations. Both are awesome. Both characters deal with some pretty insane situations on a regular basis.
Who do you think lives next door? A college student? A secretary? A foodie? A quiet sort? Or... A killer?
Both manga revolve around serial killers and where the main characters are being hunted including fellow serial killers.
Bastard focusses on a serial killer trying to better his life and to stop killing.Peephole focusses on a guy who has given up on life and falls in love with a serial killer and tries to learn about her 'hobby'.
Emma, Norman, Ray, and many other "siblings" live at an isolated orphanage cut off from the outside world. They live a charmed life surrounded by friends and watched over by Mama, their caretaker, until they leave the house for a foster family by the age of twelve. The only rule is that they must never venture outside of the gate that isolates them from the rest of society, for dangers await. But one day, the children learn the true horror of what's in store for their short lives...
Both series have children as MCs that are fighting against the power that controls them, and must be clever in order to outsmart them. While the plots are completely different, the theme of fighting at a disadvantage is prevelant in both.
Seven boys. Best friends. Their fates intertwined through the good times together, but also the tough times, as they have gone their separate ways and suffered greatly as a result. When all is almost lost for these boys, one is given a special chance to go back in time and help his friends fix the mistakes that led them down this path. He’ll do anything to save them, but can he? Or is he too late?
A story of murder and violence, "Unhinged" follows Erika as she walks a path of vengeance. Seven years ago, Erika came home to find her husband murdered. Unable to find any other suspects, Erika was found guilty and spends most of a decade plotting her revenge from the inside of a cell. Once freed, she finds herself moving past the boundaries of "respectable" society and beyond the shackles of morality. Laws will be broken, lives will be lost, and, yes, there will be blood.