English: Venus to Mamoru!
Synonyms: Mamoru-kun was Blessed by a Goddess!
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 6, 2006 to Mar 16, 2007
22 min. per episode
PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
L represents licensing company
Score: 7.301 (scored by 5191 users)
1 indicates a weighted score
comedy romance school
Recommendations Submitted by Users
Take a magically imbued school girl and mix in a short guy she can take advantage of.
Mamoru-kun ni Megami is the non-ecchi, non-hentai and altogether non-perverted version of Kanokon. They both have the same kinds of things going on: same characters, plot structure, art style and comedy. The only real difference between the two anime is the 'ecchiness' factor. Mamoru-Kun ni Megami is as 'innocent' and pure as Kanokon is ecchi and hentai.
If you like one, you'll most certainly like the other.
a really famous sempai that fell in love with the transfer student/kohai
started going out few episode later new girl arrive with white hair that also fell inlove with main character
Honestly I cannot believe no one made this recommendation sooner. 1st thing I told all my buddies after seeing episode one was if claymore and mamoru had a kid it would be freezing. All three have rediculously powerful female characters that transcend the normal limits of their world's understanding. Likewise all three main heroines have a significant relationship with a male character that becomes significant to the heroines fate in the story. Freezing is kind of balence for the other two. Where Claymore has the intense combat scenes, Mamoru focuses on the heroines inexperience with men and trying to overcome that with her first love.
Mamoru is mainly a school setting slice-of-life comedy with a touch of softcore ecchi.
Features that complex thingy with an older girl to a guy,
Both main guys have some strong law defying power,
Both main girls are extremely strong,
Special schools for people with special powers,
Both series takes place at a school setting with students with special gifts and super powers. Of course, there's also the school idol that is literally almost perfect in everyone's eyes in both anime(s).
Both of these anime series contain a lot of comedy and drama. Although Medaka Box lacks romance as of now, there are hints of flirtation from the cast.
Despite the lack of superficial similarities in the plot or setting, these two shows are both light hearted and enjoyable romantic comedies. For people who enjoyed Mamoru-kun and are looking for another slightly overlooked, fun romantic comedy, I think Kamisama Kazoku fits the bill perfectly.
Not really similiar in a sense, but there are a few things that are the same. In Gokujou Seitokai there is an essence of magic, also the presence of an almighty student council is in both of them.
Not sure what it was that made me feel like they were the same, think its basicaly just the student council bit.