Total Recommendations: 9
Both series are designed by Mecha Musume creator Shimada Humikane. While Strike Witches is WWII oriented and focuses around magical girls with flying units on their legs, Sky Girls takes a modern approach with uniformed girls in exoskeletons. Both series have the girls fighting an unknown alien opponent with the best of their available technology though Sky Girls takes a more serious approach to the story while Strike Witches is shorter and more relaxed in it's atmosphere.
The OVA was released prior to the anime series and serves as a great warm-up for those interested in picking up the series. While a lot of the aspects, personalities, and small technical bits have been changed, both focus on the same general cast as well as a similar base story. Recommended to those that are curious about the series but are still uncertain.
Both Iketeru Futari and Golden Boy revolve around pointless ecchiness and a semi-retarded male. With aging art in both series and a lack of any real interest, fans of one series will, more than likely, finda similar interest in the other.
Artstyles, pace, and settings are very similar between these two series. Fans of either one will find similar things to like in another. The primary difference being that Seifuku Shoujo doesn't have as structured storyline while Shintaisou follows one specific story.
Fans of Tony Taka's releases will find a good screening with either Genmukan or Sora no Iro, Mizu no Iro. Both capture Tony's excellent character design and flow smoothly in both animation and story. Despite their differences in plot structure, both come off highly recommened to Tony Taka fans.
Both series are produced by the same studio. The artwork is similar as is the style of presentation. While the actual content varies a bit, both series contain bondage, rape, and tentacles in the same fast pace. Fans of one series should find an interest in the other despite the differences in story.
Both series have numerous mysteries and lots of gore, so fans of either one will find an interest in the other. While Tokyo Akazukin is more of a loli-guro adventure manga, Elfen Lied is a bit more of a romance-drama with guro and mystery aspects. Both series have a great deal of action and solid plotlines so interested readers may find either series to be favorable.
Kodomo no Jikan shares many attributes with Moetan in terms of characters and appeal. While Moetan is more focused on magical girls, the ecchi fanservice and character designs are similar in terms of the audience they're appealing too.
A compelling high-school romance-drama with a gruesome twist, School Days takes everything people love about the high-school romance genre and combines it with the suspense and bizarre twist of Higurashi.