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If you liked
Full Metal Panic!
...then you might like
Bite! Green wo Nerae
Both are written by Same author.

Both has the mascot bonta kun in it. Both series are very funny. and both has character simillar except in this one i think the roles got changed instead of Sagara, Sousuke its a female named Kanie Seiya that has his personality.
If you liked
Shingeki no Kyojin
...then you might like
Black Bullet
Each story is based around the human race being almost erased by giant monsters and they are now living in a limited space.

Main characters have many similar qualities (and the same voice actor in Japanese)

Contain people fighting against all odds to save the human race.

Certain people have powers that could save the human race.





If you liked
Death Note
...then you might like
Code Geass: Hangyaku no Lelouch
Both main characters are similar in that they both receive powers and then aim to better the world with them although through violent means.

Both series the main characters are neither protagonists or antagonist, rather they are somewhere in the middle.

Both have two people facing of against each other even though their goals are the same, they just have different methods.
If you liked
Nee, Chanto Shiyou Yo!
...then you might like
First Love
First Love is 3 Episode OVA with 3 Different Story & 3 Different Couples

If you like love between siblings, I recommend you to just watch the first episode of First Love which focus to love story between kasumi & her brother
If you liked
Sousei no Aquarion
...then you might like
Juusou Kikou Dancougar Nova
- Mecha unit in both anime is not single unit but consists of several parts
- The main team is composed of one group consisting from several members
- Story tell about invasion "alien", to prevent more victims, aquarion & dancougar nova created just for that
- To control aquarion pilots must connected there mind and body into a single coordination, dancougar nova also have same condition but with "little exception"
If you liked
Sousei no Aquarion
...then you might like
Captain Earth
Similarity :
+ Transformable mecha units
+ Mecha unit in both anime is not single unit but consists of 3 parts (Head-Body-Legs)
+ Main enemy is something like "alien"
+ MC fighting not alone but in teamwork

Different :
+ Aquarion is not controlled by one pilot but 3 pilots simultaneously connected there mind and body into a single coordination

NOTE : Both anime is really good for super sentai fans (power rangers in west)
If you liked
Noir
...then you might like
Golgo 13: The Professional
+ The assassins only work for based from contrac and they will fulfill with anycost
+ Main story follow "Golgo" & "Noir" chased by powerful enemy who control everything including economic country
+ Duke Togo & Yumura Kirika is japanese people only based from passport info
If you liked
Densetsu no Yuusha no Densetsu
...then you might like
Akame ga Kill!
+ Alot users in both anime using Powerful Legendary Weapon (Hero Relic/Rule Fragmant & Imperial Relic)
+ Male MC (Lute Ryner & Tatsumi) is almost same, one of the similiarity is called "pervet" by his friend
+ Female MC (Eris Ferris & Akame) is really same : Sword user, expressionless, grow up inside kingdom/capital, & training to become assassin/guardian since kids
+ The World in both anime is full of corruption & discrimination, especially from noble family
+ Main theme like : "I want to make everyone happy" "I want to make world without crying" can be found in both anime
If you liked
Dragon Ball Z
...then you might like
Fairy Tail
These two shounen animes are quite similar. Both are shown to rely heavily on teamwork and friendship, powering through and always coming together as one,and not allowing yourself to get taken down so easily. The main characters are quite similar in a few minor aspects, and the characters from each series are likable to a certain extent. If you like Dragon Ball Z, you should try Fairy Tail, and vice versa.
If you liked
Lucky☆Star
...then you might like
Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun
Ah, certainly we adore stories and comedies that make fun of it's own genre and because they do, they shine even more. Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun primarily focuses on the hilarious events of Nozaki trying to find inspiration for his manga whereas in Lucky Star, we just adore Konata's kawaii appearance mismatched with her love for anime/manga/games that extend to areas she should not be playing. All in all, the comedy in both series will have you laughing if not all the time, but at least once in each episode. The entire cast for both anime will also grow on you making you want for more comedic interactions.
If you liked
Death Note
...then you might like
Psycho-Pass
Death Note and Psycho-Pass question the definition of justice and what is crime and what isn't, and they are darker and more serious then most of animes. Both animes are smart and original and I would reccomend it to any psychological thriller anime fan. In short, Death Note asks: "What would a human do if they had the Death Note?", Psycho-Pass asks: "What would human society be like if there was a thing called Psycho-Pass?", similiar, is it not?
If you liked
Kore wa Zombie Desu ka?
...then you might like
Seirei Tsukai no Blade Dance
Similar characters and art style.
Both have girls who end up living under the same roof as the main protagonist. Lots of interesting characters who aren't annoying.
Characters who have special powers are living a normal life.
If you liked
Kaichou wa Maid-sama!
...then you might like
Kamisama Hajimemashita
Good sense of humour, not so out-of-space female characters and really good male personalities to enjoy.
If you liked
Elfen Lied
...then you might like
Another
People have tendency to die around the lead characters in most brilliant and creative ways. Plus the both stories are about guy moving into a new town and finding himself surrounded by weird stuff.
If you liked
Junjou Romantica
...then you might like
No.6
Im assuming you like 'boys love' anime so if you do, this is for you! NO.6 has a more serious tone, starting of with a sci-fi / future dystopian vibe but as the show goes on you get to see more of the main characters relationship grow.
I like that there are perfectly placed plot twists and humor. I recommend this to everyone!
If you liked
Amagami SS
...then you might like
Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai
Both are "ecchi"/slice of life/romance anime's.

The artstyle is different but it's a good show to watch after Haganai.
If you liked
Blood+
...then you might like
Blood-C: Izayoi Kitan
Both are mangas who differ from the anime they have as their origin. Even though the Blood+ manga does differ in storyline, it doesn't in setting, while Blood-C: Izayoi Kitan uses a different setting than its parent story, Blood-C (so it's pretty much a prequel). However, both seem to focus more on light and friendlier setting than both of their rather dark and unhappy anime counterparts. They both have action, mystery and homour. Still, they revolve around the same topics, like fighting demons, and a girl named Saya, who is the only one who can stop them.
If you liked
Last Game
...then you might like
Horimiya
the feel you get from both manga is pretty much the same. the characters develop bit by bit through out the story
If you liked
Slam Dunk
...then you might like
Hantsu x Trash
Hantsu x Trash is an ecchi version of Slam Dunk. Both main characters start of confessing and being rejected. Both they're lives in the beginning are somewhat boring. Both join a sport, basketball and water polo, mainly to get involved with a girl who is with the team. They both begin to enjoy the sport and have an amazing jumping ability. They're main goal is to get so good that it'll impress the girl in their hearts. Overall both mangas will teach you about the sport. Major difference are the teams motivations and goals for being in the team.
If you liked
Skip Beat!
...then you might like
Sarasah
Though these two stories differ in many aspects they also have much in common. Both girls lead characters are modern girls who go all out in all they do and have lots of spunk. This particular quality, though odd, is also charming to the company who surround them and men of character, though hesitant, can not help but fall for these girls.

Additionally, a red thread bind these two stories and that is LOVE, the blazing unrequited love that borders on obsession! They both change there lives because of it, though one forsakes it and the other seeks it yet again. Furthermore, they are both oblivious when it comes to others interests in them.

Last but not least they both have a small taste of the supernatural!
If you liked
Shokoku no Altair
...then you might like
Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic
Magi and Shokoku no Altair have great creative writing and world building. The character cast offers diversity with their backgrounds and personalities. Throughout both series, there is much history and origins to be learned. There are also fantasy themes with an adventurous tropes. Throughout both series, there's also political affairs and warfare conflicts. Recommended for fans of shounen with a well written story.
If you liked
Shinryaku! Ika Musume
...then you might like
Watashi ga Motenai no wa Dou Kangaetemo Omaera ga Warui!
-both the main characters are very similar & have a specific goal throughout the series
-each episode includes short skits that make up the plot
-same balance in comedy & similar art style
-both characters experience and learn new things to fulfill their goals

Tomoko: new student currently attending highschool for the first time who is trying to accomplish popularity by experiencing and discovering what it's like to be "part of the group" with the help of her friend, Yu.

Squid Girl: new citizen currently inhabiting the surface land for the first time and is trying to accomplish her goal of invading the world by experiencing and discovering what life is like on the surface with the help of her new friends.
If you liked
Enbo
...then you might like
Enbi
Both series involve TABOO's between family members. Both series have great art work and character design. The two series gives off a great narrative as to what drives these situations to continue/develop. Both story plot's contain Drama & H rated elements.
If you liked
Ten no Ryuu Chi no Sakura
...then you might like
Ookami-heika no Hanayome
Though Ookami-heika no H. does not have the same line of supernatural/fantasy as Ten no Ryuu, they still both have very similar feel and romantic air.
If you liked
Bakuman.
...then you might like
Baby Steps
Bakuman is one of my favorite series, and as I started watching Baby Steps, I got very similar vibes from it as I did from Bakuman. One of the major similarities is the minor romance with the characters following their dreams. The largest similarity in my opinion is the "One step forward Two steps Back" approach to both series. Whenever the characters seem to have a run of luck, it is followed by more bad luck. This is what makes these series so amazing to watch. If you like Bakuman, I HIGHLY recommend Baby Steps.
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