If there’s any joke that’s truly unique to manga, it’s got to be the harem joke. Set in a comedy, romance, and double or triple the number of pretty girls looking for the main character’s affections and you’ve got yourself a harem. Today, we have compiled an updated list of the best harem manga from the past few years. Let’s take a look at our Top 10 Harem Manga!
10. Go-Toubun no Hanayome (The Quintessential Quintuplets)
The Quintessential Quintuplets is a story about a hot boy from a poor family named Futaro Uesugi who is in his second year of high school. To make ends meet, he decided to tutor a rich family. However, the person he taught was his classmate. And it’s girls, but not one, but five girls. His first task was to re-educate all these girls. Every day is an event. What is this guy supposed to do?
In an interesting twist, the seasons of The Quintessential Quintuplets will play in reverse, as we already know from the first page that Futaro ends up marrying one of the quintiles. As he grows closer to the girls, the rivalry between these identical girls heats up, bringing more tension to poor Futaro’s life.
Two anime seasons have covered most of Go-Toubun no Hanayome (The Quintessential Quintuplets) and a drama airing in late 2022 will reveal the Futaro group will be getting married.
9. Shinja Zero no Megami-sama to Hajimeru Isekai Kouryaku (Full Clearing Another World under a Goddess with Zero Believers)
High school student and video game lover Makoto Takatsuki dies in an accident and wakes up in another world next to his classmates. However, he doesn’t have cheat-like abilities, so he decides to become a “Magic Apprentice.” Then Noa, a minor goddess, appears in front of him. After she begged him, he decided to become her first confidant. The weakest boy in the class became the strongest next to the little goddess in this otherworldly fantasy.
8. Kingdom of “Z”
If you’ve ever wanted to read an ecchi action manga set in a zombie apocalypse, Kingdom of “Z” might be for you.
Our protagonist Satou Masaru is rescued from the dead by two gorgeous girls, but one of them is a delirious psychopath and the other a lustful maniac who wants to rule over the undead. Will Satou survive being these girls’ toy, or will he take his chance with the zombies?
7. World’s End Harem – Fantasia
The original World’s End Harem was famous for its adult content and harem of girls who needed to re-establish a barren world of men. Now, in World’s End Harem – Fantasia, author LINK is back to create a new harem story in a world of swords and magic.
Out of all the entries on this list, World’s End Harem – Fantasia is the most genuine harem in terms of quantity and premise. Our protagonist, Arc, stands with a harem of beautiful women against an evil Dark Elf who threatens to corrupt him. If you’re looking for some more gripping harem content, then check out this brand new spin-off series.
6. Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekaisaikyou (Arifureta: From Commonplace to World’s Strongest)
With light novels, prequels, manga and two anime seasons, Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekaisaikyou (Arifureta: From Commonplace to World’s Strongest) is going strong. We can appreciate protagonist Hajime’s ability to survive a horrible isekai experience and become one of the most powerful characters in the world, or it could be because of the stunning harem he has created. establish.
There’s the childish vampire Yue, the brave rabbit girl Shea, the high school sweetheart Kaori, and the shameless dragon pervert Tio. Most of the time, these girls gave Hajime more headaches than anything else, but like it or not, their unique group was just what this world needed to fight the gods themselves.
5. Zettai ni Hatarakitakunai Dungeon Master ga Damin wo Musaboru made (Lazy Dungeon Master)
Honestly, running a dungeon sounds like a lot of work. Create traps and monsters, have to deal with nasty adventurers. It was too much effort for Masuda Keima, a lazy high school boy who was summoned to become the master of a dungeon named Rokuko.
But somehow, trouble follows him and is always in the form of gorgeous girls. From Rokuko himself to fellow dungeon owners and even adventurers, Keima is quickly overwhelmed by the sheer number of women in his life and all of them standing in the way of complete existence. his laziness.
4. Kakkou no Iinazuke (A Couple of Cuckoos)
16-year-old super student Nagi Umino, a sophomore at Meguro River Academy High School, was swapped at birth. On his way to dinner to meet his birth parents, he runs into the outspoken, outspoken Erika Amano, who is determined to make Nagi a fake boyfriend because she never wants to get married. But when Nagi goes to dinner, he finds his parents have decided to deal with the hospital transfer by making it convenient for him to marry the daughter his biological parents raised, who turns out to be none other than himself. is Erika. This unorthodox romantic comedy is packed with drama and the first season of the anime will air in April 2022!
3. Isekai de Cheat Skill o Te ni Shita Ore wa, Genjitsu Sekai o mo Musou Suru – Level Up wa Jinsei o Kaeta (I Got a Cheat Skill in Another World and Became Unrivaled in The Real World, Too)
What if being summoned to another world could help repair your real life. Tenjou Yuuya has been bullied since he was a child, but with the help of cheating skills from another world, he is about to change his entire life. Kaori was far from the only girl in Yuuya’s life. There is the beautiful elf princess Lexia, the sporty Rin and the beautiful model Miu. With her newfound ability and all these beautiful girls, Yuuya’s life will really change with cheat skills from another world.
2. Kanojo mo Kanojo (Girlfriend, Girlfriend)
The first thing you need to know about Kanojo mo Kanojo is that it is not a serious romance. The story is about a guy who starts dating his second girlfriend (with his first girlfriend’s permission of course) after receiving a surprise confession.
If you’ve seen Girlfriend’s anime, Girlfriend, you might want to skip the sequel; the anime ended in Episode 4, chapter 36. So read the end of Episode 4 and start at Episode 5 to continue the part the anime stopped.
1. Kimi no Koto ga Dai Dai Dai Dai Daisuki na 100-nin no Kanojo (The 100 Girlfriends Who Really, Really, Really, Really, Really Love You)
We recently reviewed the first volume of Kimi no Koto ga Dai Dai Dai Dai Daisuki na 100-nin no Kanojo and quite liked the idea of a manga about a relationship polymath. That means every girl gets the same amount of love, which is especially important in 100 Girlfriends, as a hundred girls have all been chosen as our protagonist’s soul mates.
After a battle between the universe and the cupid, first-year high school student Aijou learns that he owes a hundred confessions. If he rejects any of the girls who ask for love, they will meet a terrible fate, so he sets out to create a veritable harem of a hundred girlfriends.
There are no losers in this harem, so if you don’t like having to choose the best girl, 100 Girlfriends could be the perfect rom-com for you!