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A manga like The Day of Revolution (Aka Kakumei no Hi)

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7:07 pm, Jan 30 2013
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A similar one I've already read is Click, but I would honestly like to read more with this kind of plot type because it's fun and interesting! Also, the character has to go through more than typical plot twists, though I was highly disappointed by the way too typical (and not that great) plot twist that happened in Click.

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8:34 pm, Jan 30 2013
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I don't really read these kinds of stories, but the closest I got to it was After School Nightmare. Edit note: This is a super packed psychological-esque manga. (I didn't finish it due to this, but may be different for you.)

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9:11 pm, Jan 30 2013
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Oh well, never read Kakumei no Hi, but on MAL you can find some user recommendations of similar mangas, Click was one of them. So here it is:

Pretty Face: "Both are about a delinquent boy who becomes a girl via surgery and has to cope with this sudden change, though for different reasons. In Pretty Face he has to conceal his true identity while assuming that of his crush's identical twin sister, while Day of Revolution has him replacing his former identity with a new female one, which his old friends find out about very quickly."

Boku to Kanojo no XXX: "About a boy who swaps his gender (Kei finds out he is intersexed, and actually more of a female, Akira gets his body swapped). And now his old guy friends are interested in him romantically, even after they know who he used to be. Have a similar sort of weird comedy, and brazen characters."

Houkago Hokenshitsu (same as tgirl's rec): "In both manga, the main character is androgynous. Both stories involve the protagonist's journey to find their sexual orientation as well as their inner gender. Kakumei no Hi is much less philosophical and much more light hearted while Houkago Hokenshitsu is dark and mysterious."

NG Life: "Kakumei no Hi is where a guy switches genders and has to get used to his new relationships with his old friends, NG Life is kind of the opposite, where a guy is the only one who HASN'T switched genders. KNH is more realiztic, and NGL is more fantasy, with reincarnations and stuff. Both are really good."

Otomen: "The two main character's try to hide their secret from everybody, but fail."

Tenshi na Konamaiki: "The story kind of the same. Both of them is about a boy who turn to a girl and they have a lot of guys after them."

Kedamono Damono: "These are both genderswitch shoujo series, though they are completely different in how they handle the complications a genderswitch brings. In The Day of Revolution, the main character's angst at exploring the world in a 'new' body overwhelms the story at times. There is also angst in Kedamono Damono, but the characters in this series try to make the best of what they're forced to deal with. They are both very well-done series, but KD is the more optimistic and enjoyable of the two."

I.S.: "These series are similar in a way of both dealing with being an inter sexual. While inter sexuality is the bottom line of I.S. and making it a serious series, is it in The Day of Revolution a steppingstone for a nice comedy story set-up."

Kashimashi: "These series are both male to female gender benders and both are yuri in a way both are very funny."

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10:39 pm, Jan 30 2013
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2:14 am, Jan 31 2013
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Return is kinda sorta similar I suppose...

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