Anime that focus on the interactions between older brothers and younger sisters. These would be enjoyable especially to those of us who are in fact (responsible) older brothers in real life.
*Watch Bakemonogatari first before starting Nisemonogatari.
Both have the same Atmosphere,comedy and randomess.both male leads,Koyomi and Kou are practically the same and have to deal with weirdos around them plus they got the same Seiyuu.Arakawa uses aliens as the source while Monogatari series is using ghosts,vampires etc and both are by SHAFT
Both series employs the theme of word plays. Shaft is also the studio involved in both series.
Both series has many strange characters with strange personalities in a strange environment.
Both series also has a lot of drama, comedy, parody, and humor.
Produced by Shaft, these series tend to tell stories with extraordinary story-telling techniques, such as rapid screen cut, exaggerated facial expressions and body gestures, sudden focus on symbolic objects, and a heavy amount of inner monologue. Eminent Seiyuu, like Kamiya Hiroshi and Maaya Sakamoto etc, are also present in both series as main characters. Finally, the humor in both series are similar. Sharp-tongued sarcasm are to be expected.
There is some similar humor and some similar use of abrupt changes in animation style to show changes in characters' emotions. Both are not particularly plot-based, although Nisemonogatari has some plot, while Nichijou has no plot whatsoever. Both are pretty strange in general.
The pacing of action.
The use of color.
The attitude of the main character.
The main character: A bewildered male surrounded by a bunch of crazy chicks.
Style. The psychotic little inserts, artfully translating the moodswings of the characters.
I Love both.
The usage of word play courtesy of Shaft exists in both of these series. Both series tends to avoid a direct/linear storyline but rather have a slice-of-lifish theme that explores the identities of the characters.
And of course with word plays means = random scenes with pictures depicting actions.
Also, there is quite a large female cast in both series that has strange relationships with the main character.
Comedy is highly present in both series.
Both are heavy on the ecchi specifically with sexual situations.
Both have mostly female driven ecchi scenes
Both have a large focus of the content on an incestuous relationship between bro x sis
-Nise's Art is better.
-Nise has a better plot.
-No monsters/demons/vamps ect are in Onii-Chan.
-Onii-Chan is more focused on comedy than drama.
The two series share similar art styles and story boarding. The settings of both are also very similar and create very fun and interesting backdrops for the characters to light up and interact in. If you enjoyed one of these you'll most likely find the other enjoyable as well.
Nisemonogatari, the hypothetical April fools anime that never was, probably would have been the perfect recommendation for fans of Hentai Prince. Both Nisekoi and Monogatari are high school harems. Nisekoi's plot revolves around the past that none of the main characters seem to fully remember or understand. Monogatari often has supernatural entities that cause unwanted consequences for the protagonist.
Both involve around folklore and supernatural beings. In fact, the supernatural aspect is smoothly and naturally incorporated into the show.
There are humorous contents found in nisemonogatari and noragami. nisemonogatari has more sarcastic and witty dialogue while Noragami depends more on gags.
Produced by the same studio and directed by the same director. Additionally, they both contain comedy, scenery, and an usual feeling to viewers.
Oh not only that but the main male protagonists are similar and contains a lot of humor courtesy of Shaft.
Unique series for viewers interested into the works of Shaft.
Both animes contain lots of H-material. Although there are no scenes of sex in Nisemonogatari, I can't say for sure which one of them is more obscene.
But ecchi genre is not the only thing they have in common. Also, there are two sisters in both these titles, one of wich is sporty and another one is hysterical. Moreover, there are bra size 45 class reps, who have a crush on the main character.
If you're not the type of a person, who only admires godlike SHAFT style while watching Nise and doesn't pay attention to the content of the show, you'll like Aki-Sora.
If you liked Aki-Sora, you'd better watch Nise ASAP, because it's the same thing plus some humour, plot and godlike SHAFT style. read more
Both series worked by the studio Shaft. Their unique use of gags and word play are themes of the series that give a different style in anime. Both series also have "romance" although exploited in an unique way. There are also ecchi in both of these series at different turn points.