Basically Midori stays attached to his hand throughout the story, and problems arise regarding whether she can truly be "happy" in that state. Plus other girls are mysteriously attracted to Seiji, and hilarity usually ensues.
Manga becomes at times philosophical, other times touching, and sometimes just plain redundant, but it was a good read. Anime, I haven't watched yet, but the first few minutes of the first episode looked promising. Seiji's friend's voice is utterly annoying, though.
The anime compressess a lot of the story by leaving out much (though not all) of the redunancy and focusing on just Midori and Seiji's story. Many of the side plots, such as the American transfer student, are cut entirely. Other incidents are combined, so the first two meetings with Rin (at apartment, then the hot spring) are done as one episode, which strengthens both parts.
Today is always the most enjoyable day. Just ask Yotsuba.
all guys love fan service(who doesn't?)
we all love them.....
almost the same with I"s
I think you're looking for a manga focusing on the lovelife of the male protagonist....
just like I"s
All humans will, without exception, eventually die.
After they die, the place they go is MU. (Nothingness)
your looking for university level which is kinda hard
i would deffintly reccomend Suzuka. although it takes place in high school it goes through it and after. it is a very good one and im sure you will like it because love hina is one of my favorites and so is suzuka.
Ichigo 100% i hear is alot like I's even though i've never read I's i love Ichigo 100%.