Both series have an a cute girl who happens to be an alien from outerspace. Both the main female leads are cheerful, happy, funny, and always makes the situation more exciting. They both also try to develop their relationship with the male lead and wants him to like her.
The male lead of Haiyore! Nyaruko-san thinks of the female heroine to be annoying and avoids her advances but soon starts to develop romantic feelings for her later in the series.
The show has a lot of comedy, parody, and development of romance. If you like cute alien girls then this show is meant to be for you.
P.S- Rie Kugimiya the voice actor for Louise ( The Familiar of Zero ) , Taiga ( Toradora ) , Shana ( Shakugan no Shana ) is also a voice actor for one of the other heroines in Haiyore! Nyaruko-san. read more
The scenario is similar where you have a beautiful alien girl pop out of nowhere, falling in love with the main character, only to be rejected. But she doesn't give up and tries her hardest to win his love.
Full of comedy, more beautiful alien girls and embarrassing moments.
To Love Ru has more episodes (26), and fan service compared to Haiyore Nyaruko-san.
Love, Love and Comedy, this is what you should expect from this. Both of them have a beautiful girl from space with advanced technologies and a clumsy, idiot(when it comes to love), weakling protagonist. But Haiyore Nyaruko-san is much more funnier than To love Ru because of it's Parody genre. I'm sure you'll have fun, enjoy and fall in love too in these anime.
a girl from space come into the main males life and is totally infatuated with him
Protects him from all sorts of trouble
they both have ecchi elements To-Love Ru is way more ecchi though
both have some romance though the romance in Haiyore is more comical
they cause the main character lots of despair and drive them crazy
- Both have an MC with love interests flocking him
- Both have a main girl character who have similar personalities/aggressively pursue MC
- To LOVE-Ru is more ecchi/romantic
- To LOVE-Ru's MC is more flexible and accepting
- To LOVE-Ru has more love interests and is basically the ultimate harem
Binbougami ga! started when Nyaruko-san ended, but the feel that those two anime brings are the same: supernatural elements in a comical way, lots of parodies of other animes, similar humor and situation and a little bit of romance. Watching Bimbougami ga! is like continuing watching Nyaruko-san.
Oh wow, I lost count the number of times I've laughed when I watched these two series. But jokes aside, Binbō-gami ga! and Haiyore! Nyaruko-san has quite a few stances in common:
Both series has parodies and makes fun of culture and nearly everything around them.
Both series has an overenergetic female protagonists who has a strange personality. Yet deep down, they are caring towards their friends.
Both series contains theme of supernatural.
Both series has a ridiculously high levels of comedy that pokes fun at nearly every moment or chance when the opportunity calls upon.
Both series takes places at similar places including the school.
Overall, these two series are highly entertaining and a fun way to enjoy anime. read more
Finding an anime with some funny moments? Both of these shows are know to have a laughable, yet slapstick moments, when characters interact with each other in a comedic way. There are numerous references throughout the show which makes you find them in various spots. Also, there are fighting scenes though it is funny in a sort of way.
Nyaruko-san is about a girl who wants to protect a boy from being in danger, and somewhat a big fan of anime and manga. Also it features a main male character. Binbougami ga, features two main female character, having a bickering argument, and mostly fight several times.  read more
-Lot of references to/parodies on other franchises, though binbougami only references/parodies anime and manga while haiyore references/parodies more then just anime/manga
-Good OP and ED
-Very easy to binge through
-Very enjoyable even if you don't get all references
-Very similar feeling to it
Supernatural flavored lovey-dovey-bishoujo-fanfare anime. Sci-fi element is weak and less worthy of mentioning than your average Star Trek. The fun part of Nyaruko-san is obviously not wet tentacles trying to ass-rape random teenage boy, but hot chicks that spout sexy nonsense and wear easy-to-took-off uniform.
They both are anime with hot chick, slight of life, comedy and mild sex sell. But with some extraterrestrial topping. Possibly mark the era that the legendary romance harem like Love Hina is a little bit too boring in normal world setting, so Japan added robots and aliens to them. Now you understand where all those animes came from. />
What else is worth mentioning? Not really. The pace are different, the humor are not at all similar, the art direction is all cool but not worth pointing out, the voice acting is not the same style for most part of the show. End of discussion. Now choose your porn, if you have high tolerence to everything, both are funny. If you hate overly fast paced comedy, go with Denpa Onna. If you fall asleep when watching Titanic and fall asleep again decade later when watching Titanic3D, go for Nyaruko-san. No one can sleep with that thing on. read more
Both are rom-coms with the "sudden appearance of a girl" sort of theme. They both have similar parodic and ecchi humor, with the MC being a "normal" person being "chosen" by outside forces, often being put in awkward or unfortunate situations.
Both involve male MC's put in dangurous and wacky situations all while being surrounded by a group of girls (and one trap). Both of these are high quality comedies that kept me laughing all the way through.
The main girls in both stories look very similar with the same charm of an adorable hair strand at the top. They're also very lovable and enjoyable.
The male MC often acts like a tsuntsun to at least some of the girls.
Both have girls with magic powers, funny side characters, some ecchi and a lot of comedy. The female lead in both series are also non-humans, one being an alien and the other an angel.
Kugimiya Rie also voice acts in both series as Sabato and Hastur.
Both have a girl with white hair that falls in love at first sight with the main character.
The main character from Ore, Twintails ni Narimasu looks similar with Cthuko from Haiyore! Nyaruko-san , when he is in his girl form.
Both anime have good comedy.
Both anime have aliens.
Both series are really funny, you should not watch these animes seriously because you need to be open to a lot of stupid comedy and references to different animes. I personally love these series because their full of humor and randomness!
Both have a male that loves to relax, loves peace, etc.
They live their life normally until one day a person comes and completely changes them (kore wa zombie desu ka being Eu) (Haiyore! Nyaruko-san being nyaruko)
Both are really funny. Plus the similar plot.
The main difference I would say is that in kore wa zombie desu ka ayumu has powers unlike in Haiyore! Nyaruko-san mahiro doesn't have powers
It gives the same feeling. Both have supernatural elements and superpowers mixed with comedy. A normal life that starts to change completely. Whenever he meet someone, they gradually start living together in a same house.
Contemporary fish-out-of-water stories. Maou and Nyaruko are both otherworldly entities that cross over to the human world and attempt to *discreetly* blend in (which Maou is much better at, to his credit). Trials and tribulations cross their paths, be they supernatural or otherwise...
-Both have supernatural deity elements.
-Both have action scenes, though Haiyore! is more built around the romcom genre.
-Both have a varied cast of characters.
-Both are about deities living in the human world.
-Both are pretty amusing.
Both chiquitas (female lead) want's to pop the muchacho's (male lead) cherries.
Both muchachos (male lead) lived a quite and simple life until the chiquita (female lead) came to cause mischief in the lives of the muchacho.
Both have a sudden girl friend appearance genre and school genre.
One muchacho (male lead) can control his chiquita's (female lead) sexual mischief, while the other is a pussy to even say no to the chiquita.
The chiquita in one anime is the one protecting the muchacho, while in the other anime the muchacho has to protect the chiquita from herself, due to the fact that she does all kinds of crazy stuffs.  read more
It is a similar relationship between the male and female protagonists. In this case, its aliens. The alien girl forces her way into the boys life, and the boy really doesn't have much say in the forced romance. The one difference is how the male protagonist of Haiyore is a bit more out spoken in his dislike of Nyaruko.
"I just want to live a calm and peaceful life" - That's what the main characters of both series wanted. However, they both meet a non-human girl in awkward situations and their lives are completely transformed. Comedy, supernatural powers and a bit of ecchi is what you will find in these two anime.
The female protagonist is protecting the male protagonist and the female happens to have feelings for the male protagonist. Although the female lead in Haiyore! is kind of annoying but she and the female lead from Witch Craft Works give off a comedic feeling.
Similarity of these two series follows a pretty girl who have a task of protecting a boy who is in danger on random encounters. The boy either helps the girl by fighting them by there side, or finding a safe place to hide or watch. Although, he will have some weird and bizarre view from the girl, he will eventually grew in the character and having some bonds between them.
Nyaruko-san follows an extraterrestrial girl who have some human traits and is energetic. Witch Craft Works follows a human girl who is a witch that has supernatural abilities, and she is emotionless.
Acchi Kocchi and Haiyore! Nyaruko-san are comedy anime that mostly take place in a school setting. The shows are sickeningly sweet with just the right amount of comedy, randomness, and of course, great characters. Both of these anime display wonderful artstyles, fluid animation, and just the right amount of "moe" which shows off the stellar work the folks at the studio put into these series. They're fun and if you liked watching one of them, you'll definitely like the other one as well.
It's hard to exactly say but I found both of these series similar in a few ways.
Both series takes place at a school setting that features a strange cast of characters.
Both series have a lot of comedy and humor to every episode
Both series features a strange main female protagonist who has a strange fascination in the main male protagonist.
Both series are lighthearted that also has romance themes
Both series follows an episodic like theme where each episode presents a new gag of comedies.
Both revolve around an OP chick that loves fighting, and has a more or less unrequited crush on the relatively normal MC; whom they are protecting. Both of the females are very quirky and often do irrational things, causing their crush to act coldly towards them. The setting is different, but both anime have specific things in common.
Disregarding supernatural force in Nyaruko-san, they both are pretty much moe-overloaded comedy.
Looking for anything that lacks a lead male with actual facial features? YuruYuri is a better choice for you here. All lesbian high school probably with aphrodisiac in all the cast's meals. The rate is not 18+ but if you are not those people who took anime for the love of life but know only Naruto and Dragon Ball, your imagination can probably crank it up a few gears. Yuruyuri is, after all, a moe comedy you see popping up a lot from Japan over the last decade. It's imagination inducing, fap inducing, or any other word you would use to describe anime that make doujin artists want to draw the characters naked.
Please note that both feature plenty of horny girls trying to get into someone pants/skirts. You like those humor below the belt? You sure will enjoy both, with Nyaruko-san being a little more awesome.
That's right, Nyaruko-san feature cute girls as well, but they are more expressive about sexy time and are not bound by social norms. The graphic may be as safe as Yuruyuri but for the script Nyaruko-san is straight out of playboy sexual life discussion corner, with a little degrading to make it not adult-only of course.
Chuunibyou is similar to Haiyore! Nyaruko-san because both are silly and Haiyore! Nyaruko-san is a parody while Chuunibyou has it's ups and downs and i highly recommend if you like Haiyore! Nyaruko-san then you should give Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai a try because both the romance and comedy is enduring and interesting it follows the same silly path that Haiyore! Nyaruko-san does in similar ways.
They both can joke around and have funny moments but they can also change it to being serious, So I find Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai! similar to Haiyore! Nyaruko-san because of the references they put in Nyaruko and it's amazing and entertaining! hope this helped XD read more
The main characters in both of these anime are living normal peaceful lives until the appearance of a 'Different' kind of person in Dragon Crisis its a dragon named 'Rose' and Haiyore! its a deity called 'Nyaruko'. Upon the appearance of these characters in each of the shows the main characters so called peaceful live is turned upside down and makes every day into an adventure. Towards the beginning main character thinks of them as an annoyance but as the story progresses they start to warm up to each of them and form a strong bond even risking their safety to rescue them at times. Both Dragon and Haiyore! have a good element of comedy as well as abit of romance and are both enjoyable to watch. read more
The girls in both animes are not human, but are crazy in love with a normal Human boy. The girls would do any kind of crazy act to get their attention, but are often a bit unsuccessful. Boys are a bit tsundere towards the girls, eventually showing their affection. While Haiyore Nyarko san is a bit more comical, Machine Doll has a more serious tone mixed with very funny misunderstandings.
Even though Konosuba doesn't involve much romance into it, they both provide an eccentric wacky type comedy where the male protagonist is introduced to over the top wacky characters who changes his life.
There lots of similarity when we talk about both anime such as -
-Both male protagonist just want a quite,peaceful life but end up with lots of trouble.
-Both have to deal with alien who come out of nowhere and ruin their life.(and lots of other supernatural thing!!)
-Both animes parody other anime, including very brief yet entertaining skits.
-Different kind of comedy but you guys going to enjoy watching male protagonist being bully around with the girl around them!!
If you guy enjoy watching this, you might as well try watching Haiyore! Nyaruko-san!!
If you ever need more anime to hate because of the density of the protagonist that almost reached the cosmic scale, (from the nil/non-existent - to the one single man who drew the lines of the DENSE MTFCKR, Orimura Ichika, which is the god of density, maker of all humans genderless, all without sexual preferences) CHOOSE THIS ANIME, you will REGRET this choice MORE.
What really struck me as similar about the two was how they both pretend to be serious for about 10 seconds before going 'screw that' and being absolutely hilarious, Even the rare times where they get somewhat serious are filled with jokes.
The other big part is the amount of references used in them. Haiyore! Nyaruko-san has even more of them, aye, but in both anime one can spend quite a lot of time trying (and failing) to find all the references.
I know it's not a incest but it is kinda similar from characteristics Nyaruko-a hyper girl who is madly in love with Mahiro and is always trying to do perverted stuff you know ecchi XD.Kuko-usually has a emotionless face but has very dirty mind and Hastur-I know he is a guy but he is shy and sweet and this has the same random moments and ecchi even though is its not a harem 1 girl and guy are in love with mahiro and kuko is in love with nyaruko
Both shows have a hilarious perverted jokes.
both main female MCs shares the same personality.
All the characters in these two shows are likable and fun to watch.
The story start as the typical " Boy meets girl" and became more interesting as the episode goes. I guess these information is enough to convince you to watch any of these two. enjoy! :)
Both shows have a main girl who decides to crash at a random stranger's house and forces them to take her in so she can grow romantically close to said stranger. A majority of the main cast are otherwordly beings( dragons and aliens ). They also feature many openly LGBT characters (but don't cross over into full yuri/yaoi territory),
Both series have an agressive female character(Nyaruko-san for Haiyore! Nyaruko-san and Ryoko of Tenchi Muyo!) who lusts after the male lead and often makes unwanted advances towards their respective paramour. Both series are harems, although Tenchi seems to show more caring towards his than Mahiro does.
An alien girl comes to the Earth and falls for the protagonist, other girls come into the picture and a harem ensues. Lots of action, sci-fi and ecchi in both ones, not forgetting the comedy. First series coming to mind when watching Asobi Ni Ikuyo was definitely Nyaruko-san. Also, both protagonist alien girls having something to do with cats.
They both have loads of funny references to the popular culture and have similar harem setting. Two very similar series overall, but Macademi Wasshoi is bit more decisive and its main protagonist isn't as much a forced tsukkomi character as Nyarko-san's Mahiro.
Both take absolutely nothing seriously, including themselves. Both spoof other anime s. Both have alien girls who "torment" their male protagonists. FLCL really has no plot (or needs one), whereas Nyaruko-san seems to know where it's going. Both are absolutely hilarious. a laugh a minute. FLCL is a classic and one of the best anime s' ever done. Nyaruko-san might become a classic as well. I love em both.
These two anime are highly based on fiction/mythology and they both contain lots of supernatural elements.
Some episodes can be very random.
The main characters (Nyaruko and Sasami) are voiced by the same person.
If you don't mind a bit of randomness once in a while, check these anime.