Total Recommendations: 21
Jigoku Shoujo and Shugofumi involves interaction of normal human life and the supernatural. The two of them features different sets of characters and different cases in each episode, but the story ultimately led to the main characters who happens to be the key in all of what's happening.
Hilarious slice of life comedy.
Sky Girls and Strike Witches shares the same genre with a fairly similar setting.
Similar series involving loli, mecha, sci-fi, and little bit of drama. Both are previews that aired first, before for the actual TV series.
Started as an ordinary school girl, Mai and Nanoha had a twist of fate that changed their whole life. In both stories, the main characters gained power which led them to be an experienced user of magic as they met foes and allies along the way.
Similar shoujo romance series that sets up from high school until graduation.
Both of these hyper comedy series were produced almost by a lot of same staff. Notice the similar format in on-screen advisory, commercial phrases, lyrics mark-up, etc.
Both are pure service anime made for your amusement. Yes, there is harem as well as overly jiggly boobs. If you liked Rosario+Vampire, then you'll love Tu-LOVE-Ru, or otherwise. The female lead role both have lovely pink hair.
Both illustrates how manga/doujin artists do work behind the scenes.
Almost the same kind of harem jealousy found in both. Male protagonist approach varieties of unique female characters and ultimately found his true love.
The two opposing protagonists in each series fights for what they believe is true justice.
Both have the harem elements all over. If you just love watching Kugimiya Rie (seiyuu) and Hino Satoshi (seiyuu) in action together, definitely pick up both.
Nagasarete Airantou is probably the ecchi version of Seto no Hanayome. Pick up both if you love the perpetual thrill in hyper love comedy.
While the two have completely unrelated stories and the magic being shown, both have the same concept. Mages offer their service for a payment in return. If you don't get enough of Someday's Dreamers, pick up Rental Magica for more action comedy.
Appearance is deceiving; deranged characters. Both involves gory serial murders. If you wish for a nightmare at night, watch Higurashi.
Like watching some eventful daily life of average anime girls? These two titles are for you. One is very laid back with extreme reference to today's real life Japanese society and the other is done in chapters-styled episode involving random activities.
Does superfluous, crazy anime references make you burst out laughing? How about unexpected gags throughout the whole single episode? If you're up for it, expect the same for this anime.
Both stories are engulfing elite school life.
Both have the same character designer, Noizi Ito. There are similar elements in both stories, such as the time-space continuum and the school life scenario.
The twin sister series of Tsubasa RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE by CLAMP. The story plot connects deeper more than the anime.