Total Recommendations: 13
Romance, comedy and fashion. Both feature people trying to start their own clothing lines.
Both feature aspiring Mangaka.
Aliens are among us.
Both have students with mysterious powers and mecha with an island school setting.
Both are slice of life comedies dealing with students living together in an apartment building and both feature frequent Chibi gags.
From the same Author. Both feature powerful busty blonds as their lead characters who have outwardly prickly personalities and partner in battle with a younger more inexperienced man.
Both shows deal with ancient mystical occurrences causing trouble in the present day and the reincarnation of star-crossed lovers.
Both have a mixture of complex political intruiges and large scale sword & spear era battles all revolving around larger-than-life charasimactic characters.
Both are action comedies that revolve around hapless divisions of the Tokyo Police department with plucky female officers as the leads.
Both are slice of life stories of young people struggling with unrequited loves and direction in life. They also share art as a major theme.
Both are comic shorts based on the work of Mangaka Itō Risa and feature speaking house pets. Ebichu is definitly for mature audiences only while Higepiyo is family friendly.
The gender opposite versions of the same premise. Both have a demonic queen sealed inside their bodies that will be released though sex. My Balls is straight-up comedy while Endless Eden has a much more serious tone and is not played as much for humor.