Yeah, I'd most likely find answers by googling, but hey, it's an oppurtunity for more discussion!7/15/2011 #1
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Oresama Teacher is pretty unique with how it sometimes confuses itself with a shonen manga, haha. I read the manga Shiawase Kissa Sanchoume at about the same time, so I always associate them with each other, but they're not really similar except for how the heroine is stronger than most guys and is dense concerning her own love life. She works in a bakery with two handsome but weird co-workers, so uhm. It's less about fighting and school life and more about selling delicious and cute cake. The humor was awesome though.9/13/2011 #2
I love Shiawase Kissa Sanchoume! hmm... I'm trying to think if there are any manga similar to Oresama Teacher...
I guess Matsuri Special is a bit similar:
And Gokusen too:
B-Reaction: (although is shonen, comedy, and ecchi, give it a shot- it's pretty funny!)
Tokyo Crazy Paradise: (from the creator of Skip Beat! It can take on a more serious tone, but it is pretty funny.)
Hana Ni Arashi:
The Kidnapping of Minja Jo's Boyfriend:
They all feature strong women (some physically, some both physically and emotionally) with double lives. And some of them have that wonderful yankee feel!
Hopefully this helped :D, please do let me know which ones you liked! And I hope you enjoy them all.10/22/2011 . Edited 11/7/2011 #3
I love this manga so much :) I really hope it gets updated more often! And there are sooo few fanfics so I tried writing my own because I'm so sad :C I'm not good with words either so it adds to my depression blehh.... I think I will check out some of these manga in the mean time :)2/26/2012 #4
Actually, a manga that is REALLY good is Yankee-kun to Megane-chan. A little lengthy, but if you are a speed reader like me, you can finish all 190-some chapters in two days or so. It is also about "deliquents"/fighting, and it is REALLY funny. The main character is a little oblivious, but she's awesome. The summary is kind of ehh, but this is one of my all-time favorites. A must-read!
The Yankee-kun to Megane-chan story runs with the boy's perspective, which is good, because while he's easy enough to read, she's the mystery,this is just the point we guys focus on. He's a delinquent, but doesn't seem to bully around anyone. Shinagawa Daichi is a high school delinquent who just wants to be left alone. However, class rep Adachi Hana wants to be friends with him, but Shinagawa doesn't want to. Shinagawa finds Adaichi extremely annoying and he can't seem to get rid of her, so they become friends anyways. Full of comedy and a tad bit of romance. In fact, the boy finds himself being dragged around by the girl's pace despite his determined and ultimately futile resistance.Well,when it works,the love is amazing,even a mere hint of a girl's tears is enough to cow anyone,don't you think so? In general, the guy isn't someone you haven't seen before, but he's great fun to watch nonetheless.Yeah,he is just the one!!!
Samurai High School is totally awesome, too. Only 25 chapters, but it's complete! :) Love love love the plotline and originality!
In a modern country where the government is controlled by a Martial Shogun and samurai receive much respect, there lives identical twins of the Sakakido family. Kou, the brother, is very feminine, excels at cooking, cleaning, arts and crafts. Tsukiko, the sister, is masculine, loves fighting and is a combat genius. The twins learn about the Samurai High School, where men test their strength and women test their femininity, but the only way they can attend is by swapping places. If they are to be found cheating, they will be executed so they have to overcome their gender differences and maintain their secret.6/23/2013 #5
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