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The iDOLM@STER

The iDOLM@STER

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Synonyms: The Idolmaster
Japanese: アイドルマスター

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Type: TV
Episodes: 25
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 8, 2011 to Dec 23, 2011
Producers: Aniplex, A-1 Pictures, TBS
Duration: 24 min. per episode
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
L represents licensing company

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Score: 7.831 (scored by 15531 users)
Ranked: #7272
Popularity: #622
Members: 38,656
Favorites: 627
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Both are stories about girls becoming idols and all of the challenges they must face. AKB0048 is set in the future and has battle elements while iM@S is contemporary and more realistic.
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Both of these Anime deal with following a particular job and the ups and downs. Except, the characters involved are not your average person, they all have various personalities with quirks in them.
Both are about a young idol group rising to stardom.
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both by the same anime studio, fluffy story line. Idolmaster is more of "over the top" kind of anime thats talk about the company. SoRaNoWoTo is more darker and intense that has wars. but both have cute girls.
The storylines of both Anime follow a group of girls on their way to becoming popular idols.
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Both about Idols trying to get popular
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Either series is very enjoyable
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Another colorful and touching anime about girls focused on following their dreams with all their difficulties but improving every day to reach the top in the idol industry.
Both series features young girls who have the dedication and passion to become professional singers. They try to make their names known to the world through their talent and love for singing.

Both series are lighthearted that has comedy, drama, and of course music.

Both series' characters also has cheerful personalities although at times struggles with what they do.
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Series with enormous casts and so much moe that people complain about it when they should actually be thankful it isn't another school comedy.
Both of these anime deal with music, so if you are looking for any Anime dealing with music, here you go.
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One is fluffy, one is realistic. Both are about music and very entertaining.
Both have a group of girls who are becoming famous.
Cute girls doing cute things with a vague musical theme. However, both get surprisingly emotional towards the end. They both deal with the growing bonds between the girls, and the melancholy feelings that arise as they begin to drift apart, and the threat of separation looms overhead. They both also have well-animated concert scenes, so if you like j-pop and sakuga, at least watch those.
both anime is about Idols who are trying to be the best. some love and romance going on. CPS is not "crazy" as IM@S but both are about the same topic.
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