English: Allison & Lillia
Synonyms: Alison and Lilia, Arison to Riria, Allison and Lillia
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 3, 2008 to Oct 2, 2008
24 min. per episode
PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
L represents licensing company
Score: 7.411 (scored by 8416 users)
1 indicates a weighted score
action adventure romance shounen
Recommendations Submitted by Users
Both have similar story and characters. they main characters want to stop the war between two sides. The feeling you egt from Valkyria Chronicles is similar to Allison and Lillia. Both very good anime (well Valkyria is good so far)
War between two countrys in WW1 sitting..
and the charecters has the same feeling in both anime.
The theme/setting is somewhat similar about the past, war, and whatnot. They both have romance, drama, and action. Art style kinda resembles each other, too, in a way. They, also, are very nice anime. :)
-Both are in the 1930's universe.
-Both are military/romance that is just likable
-Any many more things that I do not wish to think about ^^
Both shows are about military with similar plot/setting.
Valkyria Chronicles felt like a bit more mature version of Allison & Lillia. If you liked A&L you'll probably enjoy Valkyria. Both of them involve military elements with Valkyria going a bit more in depth. Both of these shows also have very good romantic developments. Both are definitely worth watching!
similar character personalities, some secrets in both, and some corrupt leaders. the characters are striving for the same thing, and there's a similar line up, this anime has a smaller cast, and less advanced technology and deals with the characters when there older also.
Based on novels by the same author, both feature the wide-shot traveling scenes (including motorcycles) and have a calming, thought-provoking atmosphere
Written by the same author but much much better.
The two series share several traits to each other, Travelling, action and interesting story plots.
While watching both these series I noticed the traits they have in common. From Travelling to place to place and either gaining something or bad they both have the ability to get out of these scenarios in ways that one wouldn't commonly think of. On top of that the two series both have amazing hidden messages and also provide a different perspective in a different time era. The two series also include very interesting Protagonists on top of that, they also include various of amazing people they meet along the way. There are many differences to both series however when I thought of an anime that was similar to Allison To Lillia my first though was no doubt Kino no Tabi. The animations of the series are stunning. They both hold funny tales and sad ones. I personally loved both series and believe that people would enjoy Allison To Lillia.
If you would like to know more about this series please feel free to watch it. It's a beautiful anime and is surely is worth your time. However this is solely my opinion.
Thank you kindly for taking your time to read this recommendation.
Both series features the adventure theme where the main characters sets off on a journey of discovery and wonders.
Both series generally have a similar feeling as the characters travel across the world. The fact that LN author Keiichi Sigsawa is involved in both series also creates the basic setting.
Both about a girl and a boy who likes to fly. Advanture genre anime with military involved. Eventhough the settings are not alike the overall feeling seems similar to me. Pleasant shows. If you like one you might like the other.
Both are about a boy and a girl who go through their adventures riding airplane. Both series are about war, and the main characters are trying to change that. The themes are almost the same also. If you liked Last Exile.....you would probably like Allison to Lillia (at least that was the case with me!)
Like the sky? Like adventure? Like action? Then, you might like both of what these two series has to offer. Allison & Lillia has inklings of romance while Last Exile makes it up with its compelling storyline. Both series are rare gems that anime fan should collect.
Main characters from both series ride on a plane. They go off on an adventure. Civil war breaks out between countries/nations and they are caught in the middle of it. They must stop the war from happening and change the world for the better. The main characters ideals/views will be tested. Stunning animation, characters, music/OST and visual are presented in both series.
Flying the unfriendly skies.
Both series takes the idea of aviation and transform it into a product involving main characters as pilots in a nation of warfare. There is an adventurous style reflecting itself that shines through with its battles and journey. Both series' main characters are skilled pilots involved in journey of discovery.
There is drama, comedy, and romance. The mood of both series is also similar with its music score.
Both adventure series use a similar setting featuring traditional propeller airplane technology. Human relationships are charming and romantic, helped by a great soundtrack.
Ride the unfriendly skies.
Both anime explores the idea of aviation and takes it to a level that is entertaining to watch. Allison & Lillia and Toaru Hikuushi e no Tsuioku are both series involving the theme of adventure and the theme of aircrafts in the sky.
Both anime has comedy, drama, and romance that is formed between the main characters.
Both series also has some emotional and tender moments as military and fighting are involved.
Both anime are a great watch for those who are into the idea of aviation and adventure theme style art.
Other than the fact that 3 of the leads are voiced by the magnificent Mizuki Nana, the stories for both are short and changes in arc occur every few episodes. Both are rather dramatic in nature, with Hakushaku to Yousei being more fantasy type, and Allison and Lillia more adventrue type.
It's mostly about a kid talented with airplanes and his/her adventures. As opposed to Allison & Lillia Cluster Edge shows some supernatural powers though.