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Once the bullies target you, it’s game over. The school is run by tyrants whose favorite hobby is tormenting the weakest kids in class. But then Gray arrived. This mysterious new student threatens to dismantle the established order. He may be small in stature, but his calculative and brutal fighting leaves unsuspecting opponents lying on the floor begging for mercy. Now the school's toughest bullies have to scramble to take down this new and unusual hero.
Both have a lot of fighting and bullying.
In Lookism, Daniel finds himself in a new body which learn new technques easily.
In weak hero, Gray has unique fighting skills based on cunningness...
Both Lookism and Weak Hero are fighting manga that center around a main character that doesn't seem like they should be strong at first. They both have extremely well thought out characters, interesting stories, and complex dynamics. I absolutely adore them, and 100% recommend both. :)
I feel like weak hero and lookism have alot in common, the fighting scenes and comedy in weak hero remind me of lookism. i enjoy both alot
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I dont know, cuz they both involve a lot of gangs, school fights and other school conquering
If you enjoy Weak Hero than you should also read Lookism, since it similar in term of how the MCs doesn't look like someone who are good at fighting but actually pretty badass at it. The character development for both of the story is nicely done too
Both Lookism and Weak Hero have the same highschool / martial arts mix. They both have gangs and that sort of fighting hierarchy. Overall, both are great. Im not at all a critic but from the standpoint of a reader, I really enjoy and recommend both these mangas.
I don't know how to explain it. I might edit this later. I'm like 65% caught up with lookism, but I was reading a chapter and I spontaneously went, "This is similar to weak hero!" The characters are all very individual, both manhwas dive into background stories of many characters. They both have an mc that goes through drastic character development over the course of the plot. Lookism is like a comedic genius, however Weak hero was funny too. Not nearly as funny but pretty good. There are heavy chapters and lighthearted ones present in both. The chatacter development of the mc is much slower in lookism but the development of other characters make up for it.
Scrawny high school student Hobin Yoo is probably the last guy you’d expect to star in a NewTube channel that revolves around fighting. But after following some advice from a mysterious NewTube channel, Hobin is soon knocking out guys stronger than him and raking in more money than he could have ever dreamed of. Can Hobin keep this up, or will he eventually meet his match?
Both stories starts off with a loser who learns how to fight against the bullies. Along the way these losers make friends with strong guys, and just get way more popular.
Both are by the same author, and they share a lot of elements such as bullying, popularity, lookism and fighting. Lots of fighting.
Funnily enough, you actually get to see refrences to each other in the actual works, and in Lookism there's actually a panel that shows the main characters of Viral Hit.
Both include two 'nerds' or weak characters that are bullied and fall into a form of success when it comes to life/fighting. Both have good character development of main and side characters, as well as a good dose of humor.
Highschool / martial arts manga. Not going in depth too lazy, but both are good. Recommend both.
Both are created by the same author. It's fight scene are extremely good and a lot of the times they are quite funny too although for lookism its not as funny anymore and much more serious.
especially viral hit is pretty cool, good characters, nice plot , and hot fighters
what else could i ask for ??<3
Being singularly plain, Yi Rong suffered many discrimination in her world. By chance, she downloaded a plastic APP and found that an app could make her look exactly like that in the picture retouched, but if she wants to maintain her good look, she has to fulfill some inhuman tasks and if she quits, she'll pay a more severe price. In this facelift road of no return, what’s on earth waiting for Yi Rong?
I am recommeding these two comics both ways because they each tell the story about how society focuses on physical appearance. In both, the main character is 'ugly', having features that are disparaged and this leads them both to be abused (emotionally/physically). The characters both receive temporary solutions and turn 'beautiful'. They use these to tackle their own self-image issues and overcome their bullies. The major difference is that the main character in Lookism is male, and that of Beauty Game is a female.
One more thing, I dropped Lookism because I did not enjoy it after the first few chapters. I am enjoying Beauty Game much more but I still stand by my recommendation. Coolies.
Both involve an unattractive MC who are bullied because of it, where they eventually become attractive through seemingly "magical" ways. Although in lookism the character instead finds that he now has two bodies, when one is asleep he wake up in the other. While in Beuty game she changes her current body (though only for specific duractions of time).
Well, the elements of the stories are kind of similar, Facelift game is about the Lookism the FML faces in the story and how her life changes after her face becomes pretty. Well, In aspects, Facelift game is more about Lookism than Lookism itself is.
The protagonist gets hit by lightning while playing a game beta and gains a special ability to transform into his handsome character from the game in real life. Follows his adventures living as both himself and the game's alter ego!
Same energy. An a guy suddenly gets a perfect body and everyone reacts to them different. Face genius hasn't been translate alot so I cant say anything more.
Both are people who are considered ugly or not beautiful by society who suddenly turn into beautiful people, hats the only thing they have in common.
They both have a similar vibe
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If there’s one thing Hwan Seok can’t stand, it’s witnessing injustice. But this time, getting involved with a pair of men targeting his next-door neighbor, Yerin, costs him his life. Three days after his murder, Hwan Seok wakes up…. alive! Armed with his newfound ability to be brought back to life after three days, Seok is determined to save Yerin but soon realizes he's gotten himself entangled in a plot bigger and more sinister than he originally imagined...
Both deal with similar topics, involving social commentary on human nature, bullying, stalking, corruption, & other darker elements. Also, both involve intriguing twists relating to the main character’s ability and what it means in the context of the plot. Both have wonderful art, have the Zero to Hero trope (main character starts out as a “loser”), involve a lot of violence / fighting, and a tinge of romance! Two of my favorite reads, ever. Inspiring in their own right.
Stew Shin, the only guy at his school, started off getting bullied by girls but slowly starts to fight his way to the top. A story of why you should never judge a book by its cover!
Both bullied for bieng ugly/short. Both also becomes handsome somehow. Both are realy good at fighting.
instead of a body switch he has his late growths spurt and is the strongest fighter in school and bully start to like him
My life was ruined after you bullied me in high school. So why do you get to be happy and successful? I’ll give you a taste of your own medicine! Now you’ll see what it felt like to be me... And you better be ready to pay the price if you want to return to your own body.
It's from the same author (but different artists), so they share a lot of elements.
First of all, the type of humour is the same, which I appreciate. It also deals with a weak guy becoming strong (kinda?), and taking over bodies and all that jazz. Overall, they share a very similar tone and if you like one you should at least be okay with the other.
The director of both of them is the same which is why the humor is also similiar which is nice (although the artstyle is different as the artist is the boyfriend of the creator of True beauty) There are reference to viral hit (one of them is quite obvious too) which is a comic that was created by the author of lookism too. An insane amount of plot twist which always puts you on edgeOverall very nice and the ending is one of the best ending the world of comic has to offer.
What if you can restart your life with a different setting just like a game? Dong Tae always get bullied by his classmates, but Tae Bin, sits right next to him, is handsome and popular at school; and now, Tae Bin suggests Dong Tae to play a little game.
Both protoganists started off with a difficult school life due to bullying. A lot of the bullying was because the main character was weak but also because he was "ugly". He becomes handsome later on in the story and also shares the fact that he becomes strong with the main character from Lookism. Both have similar plots but different execution. Dice is a little more heavy and dark, so if you dont like that type of thing I dont recommend it. A better way to describe it is that Dice has a bit of the "Thriller" genre in it. Anyways, to summarize; I love both of these mangas and think both are great. Although not everyone who enjoys Lookism will like Dice, I still think it is worth a shot. Dice is really good, and so is Lookism.
After binge-watching beauty videos online, a shy comic book fan masters the art of makeup and sees her social standing skyrocket as she becomes her school’s prettiest pretty girl overnight. But will her elite status be short-lived? How long can she keep her real self a secret? And what about that cute boy who knows her secret?
They're both based around people who are "ugly" and bullied who transform their looks in some sort of way.
At the age of eight, Ijin Yu lost his parents in a plane crash and became stranded in a foreign land, forced to become a child mercenary in order to stay alive. He returns home ten years later to be reunited with his family in Korea, where food and shelter are plenty and everything seems peaceful. But Ijin will soon learn that life as a teenager is a whole other feat of survival. With only one year of high school left, Ijin must master new tactics to maneuver his way around the schoolhouse battleground. Can he survive a year of high school? Or rather, will the school be able to survive him?
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