Both have human and weapons partnership, where one can turn into a weapon but the storyline is completely different. However, both have very light comedy (but Souleater is way funnier for me) and lots of fight scene and action.
Elemental Gelade is similar to Soul Eater. The anime both contain weapon/people that have a special relationship with their handlers. Throughout the two series you have handlers and weapons growing and training together to harmonize with one another.
this show takes place in the sky and land, but Eureka Seven took place on land first then took it into the sky and Elemental Gelade is the other way around. They both have that romance between man and something/woman.
Both are adventure/romance series. They are similar because they both have the guy meets girl, guy wants to protect girl, and the guy gets the girl in the end theme. Even though you may not like that kind of theme, you will still like these series.
Both are about a guy who falls in love with an emotionally-detached humanoid girl, they fight together with some sort of combo-attack or whatnot, they try to make the world a better place for the two prevalent lifeforms, both are action/comedy shows with a bit of romance.. and I can keep drawing parallels all day.
A girl that can take a form of a weapon. (Innocent girl) The protagonist both exceeds their usual selves after becoming the holder of the girls. Both has possessive feeling about the girl as a weapon or tool, but still keeps the romance and relationship in shape.
The right to use my friend as a weapon. That is the sinful crown that I shall adore. Both series (although taking place in different setting and environment) involves the theme of using each other as weapons and to get dominance in the world. Both series also contain plot holes, themes of romance, and a lot of action not to mention a powerful OST.
Both of the main characters gain a power because of the actions of their heroine, both of them are bound together throughout the anime, only differences are, the quality on Guilty Crown is more modern than of Elemental Gelade, and the character depth as well.
Both of the main characters are pretty similar. They were normal people until they're lives get dragged into something completely upside down. Both of them end up trying to protect the girl that drags them into the world of fighting. They are given items that give them weapons.
Both are semi-typical shonens that seem to be crafted to have just enough realism and emotion for us to relate to, but also have quite a bit of humor, a ridiculously over-the-top premise about some form of magical weapon transformations or another, and the same sort of overall tone.
Both Anime deal with the "adventure" type, as well with some fight scenes (though TC is cooler). The Story is quite different, but both main boys want to protect the girl.
Just in TC he tries to collect the memory feathers for Sakura and so the group always lands in various places. In Elemental Gelade the main goal is only to protect the girl and bring her to that "Garden" Place (as well they cross various places). As well, both deal with romance, though in Elemental Gelade its more "intensiv". Personally TC is far, far better, but if one likes adventure, action, fantasy and a bit of romance one will like both animes. read more
I am surprisingly shocked that no one has made a reccomended Castle in the Sky for Elemental Gelade. Princess Sheeta = Ren, Pazu = Cou.
Ren is an Edel Raid and direct descendant of the Metherlence bloodline while Sheeta is of a Laputan Royal line. Pazu joins Dola's sky pirates while Cou IS a sky pirate. In any case if you like one then you will most definitely will like the other
Both anime have a similar plot: A boy comes across a sleeping girl, and they end up searching for a legendary place together. You can see a developing romance between the two of them as their journey goes on. Furthermore, The main female character holds a great power, and she is coveted by many other characters. Finally, both anime involve sky pirates.
Elemental Gelade has human weapons called "Edel Raids", which is really similar to the Demon Swords in Seiken no Blacksmith. Both main characters have the same point of views about their special weapons :)
Both anime are set in fantasy worlds and feature kids about 14-15 years old as main protagonists. Both are also contractees to beings used mostly as weapons and in both anime they decide to help them find something.
both are involving a boy (Oz & Coud) with a "contract" to a girl (Chain & Edel Raid) and has fighting scenes, too... Male and female characters are also linked to one another as time goes by...
Music of both series are by Kajiura Yuki (u must not miss this!).
Both Elemental Gelade and Pretear refers to a human forms become an armor or a weapon..
In Elemental Gelade, the story is pretty straight forward when Coud van Giruet meets Ren, his life changes drastically as he tries to keep his promise to this girl..
Eden Raid, a group of people who have the ability to react with humans and form a pact or alliance in form of transforming herself into a special, powerful weapon. That is why these Eden Raid are so desired by many humans. And much of the anime revolves, of course, around these Eden Raid.
Pretear is a series that takes a clever twist on many fairy tales...Himeno's life changes when she comes across the Leafe Knights (whose in human forms become a weapon), who tell her that she's to fulfill a destiny as the Pretear, one who eradicates the evil demons that come with the red snow sent by the Princess of Disaster (or the Princess of Calamity in the Japanese original). read more
Each series is an action show that doesn't take itself too seriously (as well as having a lot of nostalgia-bait) about having a man and woman unite to fight evil, save the world, and make some innuendo jokes.
Elemental Gelade seems more like a spoof of a typical shonen while Pretear has a Captain Planet feel to it
Both feature human being turn into weapons and in both main characters are cought into a conflict between various factions, a conflict they'll play a major part in (althought in elemental gelade this conflict does not become apparent till about midseries).
Index has a powerful secret, like Reverie from EG, and they look and act similar. The male protagonists both don't know why they're protecting her, and in parallel, an organization also want to protect her from someone who could exploit her power.
SAO and Elemental Gelade are both adventure, fantasy, and romance (and in my opinion, are both kind of sci-fi). I really loved the end of both series. The female leads in EG (Reverie) and SAO (Asuna) are like polar opposites, Reverie is quiet (but not shy) and Asuna is very energetic. The male leads in EG (Coud) and SAO (Kirito/Kazuto) are kind of alike but they have their differences. I'm making this recommendation because they both gave me a hate/love feeling at some point in both the anime. Both are awesome anime, so I recommend watching both if you haven't watched any or have only watched one. read more
Both have male/human protagonists with a female 'friend's (Dragon in Dragon Crisis!, Edel raid in Elemental Gelade)
Both have female 'friend's who are able to powerup the male character
Both have a certain word/chant they say before powering-up (pardon the crude word)
Elemental Gelade is where the female friend becomes a weapon, and the world is filled with people who can do that, while (for now) only the male protagonist has the ability in Dragon Crisis.
Elemental Gelade uses a unique chant where both the human and female has to say in sync, while (for now) both Ryuji and Rose say 'Engage'
Both of these animes are pretty similar
both series get power from there stone on there forehead.
the main hero has a crush on the heroine.
and their purpose is to protect that girl makes them stronger.
In terms of plot they arn't really similar one being a adventure and the other sticking in one city Its main similarity is between Ren and Yuu. They are both unable to show emotion and rarely speak if at all.. ren because she doesnt understand and yuu because it affects the world when she does.
they give the same kinda of air and presense
- both main guys have blond hair, same happy attitudes, they have almost literally the same past.
both have that medieval feel, with swords and all, though EG also has guns (but if gives this kind of final fantasy feel)
both have this girl thats a bad guy that joins up with the main guy.
both the main girls are super special for the plot and for their status.
Both stories have a girl character that have amazing abilities and are initially viewed as only "tools" to be used by others. They meet a boy and they find out that they are more than that. The boys both try to protect her but sometimes fails; they have a good heart but not much strength. The stories fall into the genre of romance and a decent amount of action.
Space pirates and sci-fi action are themes both present in these two anime(s). Additionally, there is comedy, action, great soundtrack, and inklings of romance in Ozuma. (more so in Elemental Gelade). The mystery involved in both of these series are also present as revelations are made and plot holes are formed.
I can compare Elemental Gelade and Paradise kiss in their arts style, not in story or whatever..
For me, the character design in Elemental Gelade is clean and pleasant to the eyes, but there's nothing particular about it compared to Paradise Kiss. It's got its charm, though. The swift change from normal to chibi characters feels natural in the context, and you also get to see exaggerated expressions on the characters' faces which is quite normal in anime. They all match their personalities. Seeing Coud does give you an impression of a naive young boy, while Rowen has a mature aura.
Both are shounen series that involve contracts, action, magic, and super powers.
While one is an adventurous journey, the other is mostly set at school.
Beware: SNQ has graphic ecchi scenes and bloody violence.
It's similar to the protagonist that protects one girl and loves in the end of the story. Garoad and Coud had similar attitude but it differences in the situation of the story. Tifa and Coud are quiet person and doesn't understand the feelings of human. So they are the love pair with the same promise to fulfill.
main characters being led on without fulyl realising it but at the same time not blindly following orders completley. main characters in both are doing what they have to to reach their goals. witchblade is about mother who unknowingly has the worlds strongest weapon permenantly attached to her. And uses the weapon to work for a weapons company so that her daughter will not be taken away
Both of these series have a male protagonist who awakens a mystical and mysterious girl. They end up having an adventure with them and there is also a romantic development between the male and female protagonist. The male characters are also very similar in their personalities
They both have a person who transform into a weapon for the other, it is use in time of battle. Also they both have a love theme, while Loveless have a minor yaoi theme, Elemental Gelade have a boy who crush on a girl. Enemies of the protagonist also have the same powers, human to weapon, in both animes.
Both of these shows feel pretty similar, what with their action scenes, similar themes/tones and their plots have a bit in common as well. A high-school age battle couple that has to overcome the fact that one (or both, in SnS) aren't humans, everyone wants to kidnap one of the main characters, and both tend to have a bit of humor from the awkward sexual tension.
the main charcters both go on an adventure in search for something
and i also think the twos personallity are very simular.also the main charcters match up some what. Al and coud, Cisqua and winry, Ed and Rowen you'll notice simularities in the anime. also both of the main characters weapon is a sword that is "attached" to their right arm. both are very nice shonen anime.
These two series are extremely similar, they're both about boys who save a cute girl, and the girl gives them power - they even get the same power, the wind -, a tsundere helps the boy to get the girl where she wants - Edhil Garden in Elemental Gelade, Earth surface in Tokyo Underground. They learn how to fight, improve their powers, and fall in love.