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Akumetsu

Akumetsu

Nagasawa Shiina is just an average 3rd year high school student until her parents' company goes bankrupt. In order to pay the bills, she sells herself into prostitution. At her first job, a mysterious masked man crashes the party... and it's someone she knows. Akumetsu is the story of Shou, a vigilante that's out trying to straighten the corrupt Japanese Government through terrorism with his "One man, One kill" code of action.

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happicat happicat says...

If you like either Zetman or Akumetsu, give the other one a try.  Both revolve around an invincible male protagonist that virtually cannot die.  Both mangas offer realistic themes and are very explicit in blood and gore. While Zetman focuses some on relationships, Akumetsu deals with government corruption.

There is something about both of these that just draws you in.  Give them a try.

TheMajor5 TheMajor5 says...

Besides both of the main characters seemingly immortal life, the mood of Zetman and Akumetsu is incredibly dark.  A dark aura shrouds each character that feels mass evil yet both protagonists are heroes. Mainly the feeling is the same.  Tons of brutal gore and mass death, both have a fast pace plot with two unique characters. These two mangas are rich in art, action, and plot development.  If one was read then by all means take a trip into the other.

Berserk

Berserk

Born beneath the gallows tree from which his dead mother hung, Guts has always existed on the boundary between life and death. After enduring a terrible childhood, he spends his adulthood in brutal combat, pitting his strength against others in order to build his own. Life is simple enough for Guts until he meets Griffith, the inspirational, ambitious, and beautiful leader of the mercenaries, the Band of the Hawk. When Guts loses to Griffith in a duel, he is forced to join the Band of the Hawk, and, despite himself, finds a sense of camaraderie and belonging amongst them. However, as Griffith leads his soldiers from victory to victory, the bloody wars and underhanded politics reveal a side to him that nobody quite expected. Very soon, what seems like a straightforward march for conquest becomes a harrowing struggle for humanity and life itself. Can Guts, a simple warrior, defend those who have come to mean the most to him, all the while struggling not to lose to the darkness he has carried with him his entire life?

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TheMajor5 TheMajor5 says...

Berserk and Zetman are both fantastic manga and closely resemble each other.  One the things that are most similar is the design. The dark shading on characters and backgrounds are what caught my eye.

Another element the same is the atmosphere. Berserk leaves hardly any room for jokes and play, which is also the case with Zetman.  Zetman is a serious manga with lots of gore and death and maintains that "down to business" mood.  If Berserk or Zetman chapters are taking to long, give the other a chance, there just awesome. (Berserk still #1)

Wolf Guy - Ookami no Monshou

Wolf Guy - Ookami no Monshou

Akira Inugami is a teenager with a secret: while his slender build makes him appear weak, he is in fact a werewolf with incredible senses, an inate fighting ability, lightning-fast reflexes, and an inability to sustain damage. After a series of dangerous incidents leads to him being expelled from previous schools, Akira transfers to Hakutoku Academy with a desire to be left alone. However, on his first day he instantly becomes the target of the school's most infamous delinquent gang, led by the fearsome Haguro. On top of that, his homeroom teacher, Aoshika, has taken a keen interest in the mysterious teen and refuses to leave him in peace. Now with enemies to fight at every turn and Akira finding himself unable to let the beautiful Aoshika suffer on his behalf, this lone wolf's hopes of a quiet, solitary life seem like little more than a pipe dream.

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Reasons you might like Wolf Guy - Ookami no Monshou...

happicat happicat says...

If you like either Zetman or Wolf Guy, give the other one a try.  Both revolve around an invincible male protagonist that virtually cannot die.  Both mangas offer realistic themes and are very explicit in blood, gore, and in the case of Wolf Guy, nudity and sexual references.  Both mangas deal with some relationship aspects of the male lead.

Try them out, you won't be disappointed.

Kyouko

Kyouko

What do you fight for? One takes up arms to survive, another trains oneself for one's own dream, and Kyoko has made herself a bullet for love.

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Vulgar Bingo

Vulgar Bingo

Rengo Orii loves superheroes. Other people say that his favorite, Megalith, is an old man who should just retire already, but as far as he's concerned, anything Megalith does has to be true justice. One day, a bizarre encounter leaves Rengo with the power to transform... not into an awe-inspiring superhero, but a horrifying insectoid monster! Rengo realizes that even though he might not look the part, he can still be the superhero he's always dreamed of being now, but it turns out copying Megalith's signature knee to the face isn't such a good idea when you're strong enough to kick someone's head off! Can a monster with a little kid's sense of justice really be a hero!?

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Shamo

Shamo

After sixteen-year-old Ryo Narushima brutally murders his parents, leaving his sister alive, he finds himself at a juvenile facility where numerous horrors await him. Between getting gang raped and tormented at every turn for his crimes, the boy turns to martial arts, taught by the prisoner Kenji Kurotawa, in order to become stronger. Thus begins Ryo’s quest for power, no matter who tries to get in his way.

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Tiger & Bunny - The Comic

Tiger & Bunny - The Comic

The Metropolis Sternbild is protected by people with special abilities, the NEXT. Most of them work as the defenders of peace known as heroes, commercialized crime fighters who are promoted and rated by the media.Among them are veteran hero Kaburagi T. Kotetsu, called Wild Tiger, and rookie Barnaby J. Brooks who's been nicknamed Bunny by his partner, much to the latter's chagrin. The unlikely pair clashes like fire and water: the nonchalant loner Tiger only wants to act as an ally of justice and skips media events as much as he can, while the straitlaced Barnaby has a more modern approach towards his job and enjoys the attention he gets as a public figure.When a former hero known as Lunatic starts to wreck havoc and kills criminals instead of arresting them, these two have to reconcile their differences in order to fight their mysterious opponent.

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My Hero Academia: Vigilantes

My Hero Academia: Vigilantes

Koichi Haimawari couldn’t make the cut to become an official hero, so he uses his modest Quirk to do good deeds in his spare time. Then one day a fateful encounter with some local thugs leads him to team up with two other unlikely heroes. None of them really know what they’re doing, but they’ve got the courage—or foolishness—to try. But they soon discover fighting evil takes more than just being brave…

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LIttLE 13

LIttLE 13

After her mother passed away, a young girl named Pepe disguises herself as a boy in order to work. Keeping her mother's pendant with her, she travels to a secluded mansion to work as a servant. While working she stumbles across a secret passage leading her to a prison. Behind the prison bars is a man in a pig mask who calls himself Jack.

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Deathtopia

Deathtopia

Koh Fujimura's world is turned upside down when he’s involved in a car accident that leaves his eyes seriously injured. He regains his eyesight after surgery, but also seems to have gained an ability to sense strange apparitions around him … Meanwhile, a serial killer with a disturbing fondness for eyeballs is on the loose in Tokyo, with a band of intriguing beauties in hot pursuit!

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