Chichi to Hige Gorira to Watashi

Alt title: Dad, the Beard Gorilla and I

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Father and Son

Father and Son

The unpredictable and wild son, Shou. And the former gangster, hands-on father who looks out for him, You-san. Follow the lively father and son pair, as their everyday life is sure to eventful. Won’t you take a peek at this slice-of-life, slapstick but easygoing father and son comedy?

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LupaLunae LupaLunae says...

Both are comedy manga about single (ish) fathers raising their children. Both use a lot of slapstick comedy and are very light-hearted and enjoyable reads.

My Brother's Husband

My Brother's Husband

Yaichi is a work-at-home suburban dad in contemporary Tokyo; formerly married to Natsuki, father to their young daughter, Kana. Their lives suddenly change with the arrival at their doorstep of a hulking, affable Canadian named Mike Flanagan, who declares himself the widower of Yaichi’s estranged gay twin, Ryoji. Mike is on a quest to explore Ryoji’s past, and the family reluctantly but dutifully takes him in.

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Both of these manga are about an adorable little girl, her father and her big bear-like uncle coming to stay with them. 

Sen to Man

Sen to Man

6th grader Shima lives with her middle-aged father, Chihiro. Shima is constantly either annoyed by what her father says, while Chihiro tries to figure out the fickle nature of a young girl. Even though there are many cases where they disagree with each other, in the end, they find each other to be tolerable.

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Samurai Chichi

Samurai Chichi

32-year-old Bushido-sama considers himself to be a modern-day Samurai. When his wife passed away due to illness, he promised to raise their daughter into a fine woman. But, for an adult male, raising a child is not an easy task. The tasks range from teaching proper table etiquette to sex education... Welcome to the life of a Samurai father.

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Sweetness and Lightning

Sweetness and Lightning

Having lost his wife, math teacher Kouhei Inuzuka is doing his best to raise his young daughter Tsumugi as a single father. He’s pretty bad at cooking and doesn’t have a huge appetite to begin with, but chance brings his little family and one of his students, Kotori Iida, together for homemade adventures. With those three cooks in the kitchen, it’s no wonder this dinner table drama is so delicious.

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Dakara Miyoko Desu

Dakara Miyoko Desu

Housewife Miyoko has just lost her husband and has nowhere to go. Thankfully her mother and father in law agree to take her into their home. Together they enjoy their lively and humorous daily lives.

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Bunny Drop

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My Girl (Mizu SAHARA)

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