There are a number of other manga series that share Shugo-Charasense !’s of whimsy and good-natured fun with you.
From December 28, 2005 to August 3, 2010, Peach-Shugo Pit’s Chara! manga was serialized in Nakayoshi, a Japanese comic book series. Three Guardian Characters; Rank; Miki; Suu; and Suushu were given to an elementary school girl named Amu Hinamori and she used them to become her ideal self and purify X Eggs.
The manga was a magical girl series that made fun of the characteristics and differentiated out for its unique plot in addition to being geared at a young female audience. If you like Shugo Chara! and are seeking for something similar, here are some excellent manga to check out.
10 Full Moon Joker
When Satoru Takamiya published his manga Full Moon Joker in 2008, it was serialized under the name ChuChu. Mutsuki Yukihara is gifted with the capacity to perceive the feelings of others, yet she longs to be just another high school student in search of a sweet love story.
Sakae Mochizuki learns about Joker Cards after sitting next to her on the train. Sakae, it turns out, is the president of the student council, and as such, she is required to collect Joker Cards on full moon nights.
9 Little Goddess Karin
Nakayoshi ran the manga series Little Goddess Karin from January 2003 to October 2005, written and illustrated by Koge-Donbo*. Little Goddess Karin Chu aired from April 2007 to April 2008 as a sequel.
In Karin Hanazono’s case, it’s a bad one. In addition to being an orphan, Shii-chan, her only family, died tragically. As a result, she must team up with the mysterious Kazune Kuujou in order to combat the villainous Kirio Karasuma and save her mother’s ring.
8 Cardcaptor Sakura
CLAMP created and illustrated the manga series Cardcaptor Sakura, which appeared in the magazine Nakayoshi from May 2, 1996, to July 3, 2000. Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card, the sequel, was released on June 3rd, 2016.
Sakura Kinomoto, a 10-year-old girl, discovers a book in her house’s library and accidently releases the Clow Cards. Sakura’s new magical abilities require the help of the Seal Creature Keroberos and her best friend and cousin Tomoyo Daidouji.
7 Dream-Colored Pâtissière
Natsumi Matsumoto’s manga Dream-Colored Pâtissière was serialized in Ribon Magazine from September 3, 2008 to August 22, 2013. Ichigo Amano, a 14-year-old girl who loves baking and sweets, meets Henrie Lucas at a cake buffet and learns about St. Marie Academy, a school for aspiring pastry chefs.
A Sweets Spirit named Vanilla greets her when she enrolls with the “Three Princes of Sweets.” Ichigo aspires to be a pâtissière capable of bringing joy to others, despite her inexperience.
6 Pixie Pop: Gokkun Pucho
From March 3, 2004 until June 3, 2005, Ema Tooyama’s manga, Pixie Pop: Gokkun Pucho, was serialized in Nakayoshi.
Mayu Kousaka, a 12-year-old newcomer to middle school, finds it difficult to sit next to the boy she was rejected by, Shinya Amamiya. The Seven-Colored Pixie that Mayu encounters after she sheds a tear in her Coke helps her try to convince Shinya to fall in love with her.
5 Alice Academy
Originally serialized in Hana to Yume from September 5, 2002 to June 20, 2013, Tachibana Higuchi wrote and drew the manga Alice Academy.
To be with Hotaru Imai again, Mikan Sakura decides to accompany her to Alice Academy in Tokyo, a school for gifted students only. A school for “Alices,” Hotaru’s genuine purpose for enrolling in Alice Academy, has been revealed. Mikan enrolls after meeting an instructor, but things aren’t quite what they appear to be.
4 Ultra Maniac
Wataru Yoshizumi wrote and drew Ultra Maniacs, which appeared in Ribon Magazine from February 2002 to January 2004 as a serial comic.
Middle schooler Ayu Tateishi has a crush on Kaji Tesushi, who has a reputation for calmness and coolness. However, when Nina Sakura, a new transfer student, turns out to be a witch, everything changes for her.
3 Tokyo Mew Mew
In the Nakayoshi manga serialization from August 3, 2000 to December 28, 2002, Reiko Yoshida wrote and illustrated Tokyo Mew Mew.
The tale revolves around 13-year-old Ichigo Momomiya, who obtains the ability to use a biological weapon against aliens.
2 Mamotte! Lollipop
Mamotte! Michiyo Kikuta created the manga series Lollipop, which appeared in the magazine Nakayoshi from November 2002 until August 2005.
It is imperative to keep Nina Yamada safe when she ingests a Crystal Pearl, thinking it was a lollipop. Nina’s safety is in the hands of two magicians, Zero and Ichii.
1 Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon
‘Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon’ is an Naoko Takeuchi manga that ran from December 28, 1991 to February 3, 1997 in the magazineNakayoshi.
It is Usagi Tsukino’s joyous demeanor and clumsiness that allow her to turn into Sailor Moon. She is now tasked with finding the Legendary Silver Crystal and defending the Earth from evil forces.