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Dohyun grows himself a thick skin to survive this harsh, corrupt world. The future is dark though, and he wakes up in a warehouse in the middle of nowhere. Next thing he knows is a scar-faced kidnapper touching him and forcing him to remember, yet everyone has blurry faces in Dohyun’s memory. Measuring the thin line between love and obsession leaves them a bitter taste in the mouth, and they don’t know if they are going to be either saved, or ruined.
Both are psychological horror-esk yaoi manga that involve kidnapping, rape, and just general mind-fuckery.
Very similar story-wise: man gets kidnapped by another person and suffers both mental and physical torture. In Warehouse the victim is placed in a rape dungeon from the get-go, while in Killing Stalking he's locked in his capturers house and forced to do chores (get's worse as it goes on). Both involve man-on-man rape that is very explicit and gut-wrenching to watch/read (these are NOT love stories!!!). If you can get past all the horrific things I mentioned above, they are actually both very good psychological horror manga that focus on the dark side of human nature. It's to the victims' own benefit to form a relationship with his captor, but as time goes on and he starts accepting the situation, breaking free becomes harder and harder. Neither of these are a light read, and they're definitely not for everyone, but if you like dark stuff that heavily focus on the psychological aspect of horror, you'll enjoy these.
Both are psychological BL webtoons that are honestly really good, with interesting art and story.
I read Warehouse without expecting much from it but turns out the plot is actually really good. I think you would like it if you like KS. The story deserves more hype
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Another manga about power dynamics, abuse, imprisionment, and a gradual conection growing between characters
Na-kyum is a young painter with an exceptional talent: creating erotic images of men. Though he has published a few collections under a pseudonym, he has decided to quit painting. Then Seungho, a young nobleman, barges into his life. A hell-raiser notorious for his insatiable lust, Seungho forces Na-kyum to become his private painter. However, the nights that await Na-kyum are beyond anything he could have imagined
In both stories there is an abusive relationship that starts with a small, nervous bottom being kidnapped by a larger, hard-to-read top. The difference here is that Killing stalking focuses more on its thriller element, while POTN focuses more on the s*x.
A lighter version of killing stalking, with a violent top. The art is honestly amazing.
´cause is amaizing the trama, characters,etc.
So the the authors are good at doing their job
The parallels are obvious. Both Dominates are abusive in multiple ways, both are killers, both have an unhealthy obsession with their submissive, both are extremely manipulative. Also both of the bottoms are helpless to their abusers and are very pitiful characters. I love it.
yes and no kinda, painter of the night kinda has the same corrilation with the "psyco top that threatens the bottom with his life" but they are both DRASTICALY different in many ways, for example, in painter of the night the bottome was captured because the top liked his paintings and he forced him to paint for him and kept him against his will, and in that time the top *ehem* embraced him and started an unriquitted love. But in killing stlking the bottom snuck into the tops house because he admired him, instead of the other way around. The top then kept the bottom locked in his house because he simply snuck in, and in the time spent with him he formed a bond of somewhat love or at least liking him (because they somewhat embraced eachother)
Both are yaoi with dramatic plot. You shoul be prepered for violence and sexual abuse. It handle with prejudices and drama.
Kyung-soo's spent the past three years trying to forget about one traumatic night. It isn't until he meets Dong-hyuk that he gets a full night's sleep. One night without the nightmare of being tied down by a room full of men under the watchful eyes of Yule.
Both are full-color bl manhwas about seriously messed up relationships. Both ukes are trapped by their "partner" and go through a lot of trauma as a result. Both semes are a bit insane and abuse their partner. Both series are also pretty well paced and have a lot of suspense and drama.
both have shared themes of abuse , however killing stalking is more violent and the dom is more controlling. An easy target contains much more sex, both are yaoi.
The disturbing aspect in which both the protaganist's "lovers" are very horrific. They both have a twisted sense of thinking when comes to the person they "love". If want to see if they make it or not, I would highly reccommend reading this. It's good, interesting, and keeps you on your toes all the while.
both are dark af, involve kidnapping, abuse and mentally fucked tops, but killing stalking is wayyy better than this one
The cute and funny adventures of a boy and his best friend.
Though 19 Days is much more lighthearted, there are still similarities amongst the two. The art, characters, and even tone are vaguely similar to some extent. Would recommend is you want something a bit more light-hearted than Killing Stalking but a yaoi that is still dark and violent.
I personally enjoy both but they are similar because of the gay unrequited love, although killing stalking is much more dark than 19 days ever gets.
they're similar because of that slight love elements eventhough killing stalking its creepier.
They both have an overall theme of two guy becoming closer and eventually ending up in a romantic relationship. Im not sure if everyone would agree that these two are similar but i think the overall themes could be somewhat connecting.
Yoseob, normally very quiet and composed, is in the police station convicted of stabbing 8 civilians with a knife. Everyone's wondering whether he actually committed the crime. Does he, a mere high-schooler, really have any reason to have done such a horrifying act? Does his obsessive love for his older brother, Jaeha, have something to do with it?
These are great reads if you like a psychological story that delves into the mind of a killer. The main characters of both have similar backgrounds, and their stories play out in a similar way. If you like sitting on the edge of your seat and slowly dying why you wait for more answers, you will love both.
Both are wonderfully crafted horror thrillers that show progression in the minds of serial killers. Fucking terrifying.
the style that both of them are drawn in is really similar as are both of the antagonists.
These are both really good reads for someone who just loves a good old psychological manhwa :) if you like one killing stalking you'd might wanna check out an uncomfortable truth
an uncomfortable truth is a rather slow starter but the plot can be VERY deep once you look into it!!! totally recommend for a fan of either
Jeremy, a sensitive but outgoing 17 year old, is delighted to hear the news of his neurotic and excitable mother's remarriage to a wealthy British man. However, much to his horror, his sweet-talking new step-father Greg, soon begins to exhibit a disturbing trait...he is a sadistic pedophile and loses no time in making Jeremy his target. Months of horrific, systematic abuse drives Jeremy to desperation; he sabotages his step-father's car with the hope of eliminating him. The resulting accident, however, kills his mother along with Greg.Jeremy's shocked and guilt-stricken behaviour arouses the suspicions of Greg's free-spirited son, Ian. He unearths enough evidence to tie his step-brother to the crime; but in doing so, also discovers the details of Greg's sexual abuse of Jeremy.Caught in a moral dilemma -- between punishing the criminal and atoning for his father's sins, Ian soon finds himself haunted by lust for Jeremy. Is it lust...or love? He wonders whether he shares his father's proclivities, but finds himself helpless to resist being drawn into a passionate and painful relationship with Jeremy.
Focusing on dysfunctional gay relationships, both Killing Stalking and Zankoku na Kami ga Shihai Suru deal with possessive, unhinged, violently selfish partners that subject their objects of affection to all sorts of abuse; furthermore, the victims are forced to endure living situations where the choice of leaving seems impossible, either through blackmail or threats on their lives. Dark, twisted "love" is compellingly and realistically presented in both, so if you like painfully realistic people and situations, check out either title.
It's emotional tale, about victims of abused household and how both of them learn to deal with their issues one way or another.
I only know about killing stalking. It is very unique compared to regular BL and such. When you reading this you are going to continuously think is this boy going to get out the house or not or if is he going to get killed. It always keeps you on your toes and that's what I like about it.
Jin has lived a tough life. One of his oldest memories is waking up in the hospital, having received an artificial heart valve, and a glass eye. And as a student, he's relentlessly bullied for his disabilities. But Jin's school life is nothing compared to his home life, where he's raised by his father, a serial killer who targets young women and forces the boy to act as his accomplice. Can Jin do anything to stop his father's reign of terror without becoming the next victim?
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.
Song Yao is a high school boy whose father mysteriously disappeared four years ago. He cooks, cleans, provides for himself and lives alone, and yet he always has the strange feeling that someone is following him...
BL about stalkers and serial killers. Trapped in an apartment. Morbid and creepy. Killing Stalking has similar hair colors in the two crazy leads as this manhua.
Both of the suggested Manga revolve around Eerie themes and BL. The leads both have some serious issues with them making it all the more 'enjoyable' depending on your point of view. In both manga, theres similar appearances along the lines of murder. If you're not a fan of deep and eerie BL manga, I'd stay away from both of these titles.
Jinyoo’s life is a living hell—he’s become a hermit due to an abusive father and a traumatic bullying experience. But just when he thinks life can’t get any worse, he is kidnapped by his high school classmate, Gyuh-wool, who’s developed a twisted obsession over him. Jinyoo quickly learns that there is no escape… The only way to survive is to obey Gyuh-wool’s orders.
Same Genere and similar Story line.
If you like this manga you also will like the other.
both have heavy themes (and warnings such as kidnapping, violence, and seriously fucked up mindsets and situations). i do think that obey me has an 'unfinished ending' kind of feel, but i also think that those who like killing stalking may like this one, too.
After a truck accident, Taemin finds himself in the body of Siwon, a victim of bullying at school. No longer a pushover, he starts standing up for himself but then meets Woojin, an old friend from the past. Somehow, Woojin immediately picks up Tamin's 'scent' from Siwon. What happened between these two in the past and how will it affect their future?