Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 9, 2012 to Jun 25, 2012
24 min. per episode
PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
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Score: 7.471 (scored by 12562 users)
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Robots and fighting in space and world
Both are epic mecha romance with a lot of action, great graphics and music composed by Yoko Kanno.
Both has a main character who gets somehow into piloting a mecha. Both has a "history" as MF has a "protoculture" and AE has "the Aquarion". both by the same studio and mechas are CGI the same way. The Abductors are like Bajuras/Varjas from MF who come and well destroy the world, Kagura is kinda like Brera but Brera is way more calm.
Both series contain the sci-fi theme with action.
There is a strange atmosphere going on behind the scenes that the protagonist is unaware of but soon discovers.
Speaking of the protagonist, both main characters are in a love triangle involving the two main heroine in which one of them has similar appearance in both series (Zessica/Ranka)
Both series has emotions, comedy, and a deeper story as the episode progresses.
They are both mecha and male and female live separately.
Men and Women are separated initially. They fight in mechs that combine in an orgasmic way. In vandread the enemy is harvesting human beings for their body parts whereas in aquarion they're harvesting humans for their life energy.
The theme of mecha, sci-fi, themes and women are involved in part of both series.
There is mystery surrounding the background of both series as drama develops between characters. Additionally, the main protagonist has a destiny and mysterious connection.
Speaking of which, there is also romance in both series involving the main protagonist.
Fabulous mecha filled action with bishounen around every corner.
Both series involves the theme of sci-fiction, mecha, and action. There is of course comedy, drama, and romance also present in the series.
Both series are also noticeable for its artwork and amazing soundtrack. Additionally, there is a colorful cast of characters of contrasting personalities that are memorable and plays various roles in the story.
And speaking of the story, both series contain a mysterious atmosphere behind the scenes as each episode progresses although Aquarion Evol is more serious while Star Driver takes more of a slice-of-life approach.
Both series contain over-the-top gattai mecha action with an underlying or (in the case of Aquarion EVOL) well-pronounced love story.
The characters are relatively similar, without necessarily exemplifying tropes, and both series' characters noticeably have catch-phrases that represent their persona.
The series both possess a sense for the extravagant both demonstrated by mecha action and the character interactions.
On a side note, the main heroine has a mascot pet in both series - Boota in TTGL and Shush in Aquarion EVOL.
both deal wif creating your own destiny fate vs reality and never backing down BOTH VERY GOOD ANIME :)
Both animes have:
- Precisely the same Voice actors as mains and they voice the same type of character.
- One of the villains wants to exchange marriage vows with the main heroine.
- When the main guy wants to obtain more of his power from the others, they have an ecstasy reaction.
- The main heroine has some secret and is connected to the main hero´s past.
-both anime have similar concept, each character have certain special power within them that shaped from their personality (Void for GC, Elemental for Aquarion)
-both anime have giant robots, though Aquarion is more dominant
-both anime have decent soundtracks
-both anime have decent visual
-shared main casts' voice-actors (Shu, Inori, Ayase, and Gai from GC; Amata, Mikono, Zessica, and Mykage from Aquarion)
-Art is very similar
-More than one female likes the main character
-Both have very good music
-Both contain comedy
(SPOILER!) -Both have the theme where you are unsure of who are the good guys, who are the bad guys, who to root for, and twists come along to where the bad guys are actually sort of the good guys in the end.
>Protagonist is animal-like (Apollo from season 1)
>The story takes place in an academy like military training
>Then later the world goes in crisis and it shifts focuses on the enemies more
>There is opposites (Light/Darkness Mecha) and in Evol theres Amata/Kagura
Both have mecha and scifi genre.
Both main characters have encountered thier mechs before and suddenly found themselves operating it as well.
Both main characters suddenly found themselves held up by some mysterious organization that protects mankind against evil space invaiders, they also found themselves drafted into the said organization as well.
Both main characters are simple people enjoying simple lives before getting into some sticky situation.
Both have mechas who are are in groups of 3.
One has an extra shoujo genre while the other has romance and super power as it's extra genre.
The main character in RNL is an ordinary atlectic girl, while in AE it is a dude with special capability.
The 2 other main charcters in RNL are also girls while in AE it can be either all dude or a combination a girl and dude.
The main charater in RNL attends in an ordinary high school, while the dude is drafted into some specialize high school where boys and girls are speparated by a huge wall, the students attending the so called special high school have special powers just like the dude.
While the tone and presentation of Devadasy were trying to cash in on Evangelion's success, the sexual frustrations and hormones of the characters are bluntly stated: the robots run on sexual energy, and it's certainly clear that the Aquaria get powered up by the same mystical force.
Both series contain sci-fi themes and a strange atmosphere.
Both series has romance, comedy, drama, and action. It also has emotional and tense moments between the main characters involving their relationships, past emotions, and present circumstances.
Both series also feature battles in outer space bringing out sci-fiction to its finest form.