Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai!


Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions!

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English: Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions!
Synonyms: Chu-2 Byo demo Koi ga Shitai!, Regardless of My Adolescent Delusions of Grandeur, I Want a Date!
Japanese: 中二病でも恋がしたい!

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 4, 2012 to Dec 20, 2012
Premiered: Fall 2012
Broadcast: Thursdays at 00:30 (JST)
Licensors: Sentai Filmworks
Studios: Kyoto Animation
Source: Light novel
Genres: ComedyComedy, DramaDrama, RomanceRomance, Slice of LifeSlice of Life
Theme: SchoolSchool
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Ranked: #9522
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Popularity: #82
Members: 1,115,019
Favorites: 15,340

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Both series are really similar with the idea of a male protagonist being pestered/bullied comically by a very strange/publicly embarrassing female protagonist that believes in the occult. Both girls make hybrid clubs which a few characters join for various reasons, and along with these people the main protagonist must figure out the story behind this strange girl in order to help her.  
report Recommended by MangaPancakes
[Spoiler Warning] Both animes have similar stories, like the fact that the two main characters start with a friendship, but at the end of the anime declare themselves to each other in a loving relationship. In Chuunibyou, the characters derive their characteristics because of another person, as Rikka, who decided to change her way of being because of Yuuta, the Dark Flame Master. In Toradora, the characters seem to show feelings for friends of their friends at the beginning of the anime. But throughout history, they realize that actually liked each other. If you saw one of these animes, I think you'll like the other I recommended the same  read more 
report Recommended by Youndayme
Both have characters with embarrassing secrets from their past that they are trying to hide. 
report Recommended by umami_bomb
Both of the main characters find themselves dealing with major otaku of some time despite the fact that they want to live a normal high school life. Their lives become filled with crazy antics. 
report Recommended by Yemi_Hikari
Basically the same premise in both. Guy has an "imaginative" childhood, becomes ashamed of said childhood, switches schools to avoid being bullied, meets girl at new school that is currently having an "imaginative" period, guy inevitably gets mixed up in the girl's "adventures", and resolves himself to help her return to reality. 
report Recommended by japzone
Both shows deal with characters who like to stage supernatural fights. Both shows take place in a high school club that consists of one guy and several girls. The big differences are that in Chuunibyou the superpowers are all imaginary while in Inou Battle they are real, and that the lead male in Inou Battle is the delusional one while in Chuunibyou the lead female is the center of delusions. 
report Recommended by GridironOtaku
Both have: - Hero (Yuuta/Sorata) who is apparently normal (or wants to be) taking care of the heroine who is a weirdo and a loner(Rikka/Shiina). - Hero keeps a cat (Hikari/Chimera) that frequently join the characters. - Hero is surrounded by a weird group of people: a peculiar guy who seeks relationships with girls (Isshiki/Jin); a popular classmate (Nibutani/Aoyama); an energetic crazy girl (Dekomori/Misaki); a character with strange habits (Kumin/Akasaka). - Both have romance and a lot of comedy. 
report Recommended by Orulyon
Both are from the same studio (Kyoto Animation). The male protagonist is similar on both series: they want to have a normal high school life until they meet the female protagonist (that is a bit strange). She may change the protagonist personality. 
report Recommended by MasT3R
They have similar a atmosphere and execution. They are also both humorous and emotional. 
report Recommended by aLynte
Both Rika and Mirai have similar personality and character design. Also Yuuta and Akihito are drawn to our lovely female protagonist. In Chuunibyou: our main female and friends are chuunibyou or 8th grade syndrome aka Delusion of Grandeur. They are able to create imaginative battle sequences which we see throughout the series. In Kyoukai no Kanata: everyone has some sort of supernatural powers within them. Both series retain the comedy and drama atmosphere. Kyoto Animation is the same studio for both Chuunibyou, Kyoukai no Kanata and many other series. I would recommend you check out their other works.  
report Recommended by AnimeFan500
Slice-of-Life, School, and Drama. Well thought-out stories. Though Chuunibyou tend to lean toward the side of romance, and have more comedy. Both offer unique perspectives on growing up, and have done a virtually flawless job of it. 
report Recommended by bunny1ov3r
characters who conceal their hobbies and interests by doing "normal" activities such as athletics 
report Recommended by okasian
Apart from the odd reference to anime-obsessiveness, the main male leads are both adorable. Both have slice of life vibes, great art, and spontaneous characters. 
report Recommended by itssimplyme
School club based shows centered on a delusional girl who can't distinguish real life and fiction, or rather can't get over her fantasies. Both are also kind of a supporting harem, where our main guy is surrounded by other girls but we all already know the "main girl" he will probably end up in the end.  
report Recommended by BaptizED
They both have romance, action, plenty of fighting and competition, and yet they BOTH lack the SAUCE, expect to see zero physical affection in these anime. 
report Recommended by Vdubexwhyzee
Welcome to mayhem. That describes the main characters life once they hook up with a girl who happens to look very similar in both series if one puts aside the style differences. Both end up putting up with a lot. 
report Recommended by Yemi_Hikari
-Both Deal with some sort of syndrome some experience in adolescence -Both Mc Girls are ''odd'' -Both Focus on Romance/Comedy  
report Recommended by L1quid666
Very lighthearted and focused on comedy, with vibrant and heavily stylized artwork. The addition of a male protagonist gives Chuunibyou a slightly different feel, however, but fans of K-ON will find plenty to enjoy here.  
report Recommended by Veronin
In a way both series are similar as the main female characters are unpopular and struggles to make friends due to their personalities. However, they do manage to make quite the attention at various points (sometimes for the wrong reasons). Both series has A LOT of humor so prepare for some good laughs. Then, there's the school life environment in a lighthearted setting. Additionally, the main male protagonist from both series are considered normal but their interactions with the main girl often leads to awkwardness for the both of them.  
report Recommended by Stark700
The art and the animation for both animes are very similar altough one of these two is not KyoAni animated but is heavily influenced by KyoAni's style of Art. Both Animes have a group of friends having some weird ocurrences in between.  
report Recommended by daniyan
I feel like both shows are similar in a lot of ways. The most obvious is that Megumin and Rikka are the same character. The tone of both shows is mostly light hearted. The sort of childish, over the top, delusional, battle scenes that briefly took place in chuunibyou is fully realized in konosuba as a full blown fantasy rpg. The main difference is that chuunibyou is a romance, while konosuba is a distinctive ecchi comedy. 
report Recommended by reluctantbeeswax
Just check the cover... Need I say more? lol... Just kidding... In all seriousness though.. * Both have weird Female lead * Both of them have an eye Patch * Both Male lead are almost identical * Both series required a whole new level of imagination to be created * Both series will leave you clueless in a different way though for each of them * Both series are so alike yet so different :D Guaranteed though that everyone will enjoy both.. 
report Recommended by Carex
Weird, abnormal, pretty girls, who have some fantasy images in their minds, and play it just for fun. It follows the main male character who was caught up in this situation where he was either experience one before, or was forced to join their club. Though, as time passes on, he join their antics and bond with the other club members. Chuunibyou, follows a normal boy who have experience these "delusions" before and was joined by a female character. Some fantasy action scenes, and romance. D-Frag follows a delinquent boy, who was abducted and joined the club.  
report Recommended by omega_d94
The protagonists are very much alike. Especially their train of thought. And they are both surrounded by a fair amount of very cute and moé girls. Both give off the same vibes as they are very lighthearted and comedical but some of the characters also has some interesting backgrounds. 
report Recommended by KuroHasu
this is my first entry but i'll try my best so let's get started #both of them have romance in them but chuunibyou has more. #both of main characters are dragged to join a club. #both of them have something for super powers.  
report Recommended by Haruhiro_
Although the plots differ quite a bit, both shows have girls who don't quite fit in with the rest of society. These girls slowly change as they become friends and develop a relationship with the male protagonists. Also, the male and female protagonists must overcome some sort of adversity together near the end of the show. 
report Recommended by gombo
Just like Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai, Nichijou features a blue-haired heroine who is very sick and delusional. For example, Rikka Takanashi is convinced that she has magical powers, whereas high schooler Mio Naganohara believes she has a chance at winning the love of her life, Sasahara. Mio also draws sickening fanfiction of Sasahara in her school notebooks, much like how Rikka's friend Dekomori put together the fan-made magical compendium, Mabinogion. 
report Recommended by Zetsubowl
Both of these are School Life and Slice of life anime, as well as comedies. Both of the main male characters try to fit in in their new school. Both anime have a lot of pretty funny situations, and the story is really interesting. The animation and art style are both really good, too. 
report Recommended by AzureSage
I recommended "Chu-2" for "SF" since both have characters who are poco locos and also have characters who are just going with the fore mentioned's flow. characters........also, since there is no "Kickass" anime, "Chu-2" for "SF" will have to suffice. 
report Recommended by Nasty001
-Both have a male protagonist (Tsukasa/Yuuta) that have a special bond with a certain strange girl (Isla/Rikka) -Both are slice of life (PlaMemo takes place in the future, with the MC working in a company that produces robots and androids, while Chuunibyou takes place in the present-day, with the MC a member of a certain high school club) -Both are romantic comedy-dramas, though PlaMemo is a bit serious -Michiru and Nibutani have the same voice and personality, and so is Eru and Dekomori 
report Recommended by Markdoka
Similar nature in which the protagonist/lead support switch between their imagination and reality. Also, excellent character development. 
report Recommended by blackthorn91
Chuunibyou and Tonari are both shoujo romance anime that are fun too watch, including both comedic moments as well as some more serious ones. They also both have fun soundtracks with excellent character development. 
report Recommended by Hashiza
A group of weird people at school, sometimes causing trouble for others. 
report Recommended by JEEESHH
Misunderstood relation. Chuunibyou and Monthly Girls' Nozaki-kun follow misunderstood protagonists who end up forming a relation due to that misunderstanding. Though it isn't clear with Chuunibyou at face value, Rikka is a misunderstood chuunibyou character who is paired up with a normal student Yuuta. Nozaki-kun follows a misunderstood Sakura becoming a manga assistant for Nozaki. Both anime are stories which tell how misunderstandings can bring around the strangest of pairs. With both anime being rom-coms, Chuunibyou is about chuunibyous and Nozaki-kun is about publishing manga. 
report Recommended by NextUniverse
-Both male protagonists have to take care of a peculiarly eccentric girl -Both animes are school life that have a balance of comedy/romance/drama 
report Recommended by MagicFlier
Chuunibyou is a cute story, you'll find yourself shipping oddly paired couples pretty fast, just like in Nisekoi, one of the best anime shows I have seen. 
report Recommended by Zeroday
Both have characters with power supernatural abilities put in an everyday setting. The only difference is that in Chuunibyou, the powers are just in their heads, while in Hataraku Maou-sama, they're actually from another world. Both are also light-hearted and fun. 
report Recommended by ArchdukeSpook
It remindeds one of Chuunibyou as one of the characters wonders whether Mob (the protagonist) has Chuunibyou, only that Mob's powers are real, so it's like Chuunibyou but with real supernatural powers. The set of main characters are in their second year of junior high school and undergoing great emotional upheavals and life crisis, so the overall psychological situation of the characters is very similar. 
report Recommended by Granta
Both have2 things in common, everyday MC minding his own business and hoping to have a simple high school life and a bunch of harem members with some loose screws that makes the MC's life a mess.  
report Recommended by JiangHaoyi1979
Dramatic plot, the main characters draw you in a lot. Cutesyish art style, as well as elements of romance, drama (as I said before), and action. This isn't a perfect recommendation, as Chuuni's romance is a lot more implied, and doesn't fully blossom until the end. But chances are, if you liked this, Chuuni will be a favorite of yours, as well as Toradora!. 
report Recommended by noire82
Similar moe vibes. The two main characters do a tender couple similar to Rikka and Yuuta from Chuunibyou. There's also a close friend trying to put both characters together. Besides, each character have its own odd personality. 
report Recommended by DHancock
Main Character suffers from a deep dark past but one day meets the person who will save her in the end.  
report Recommended by AnimeFan500
Both series revolve around main male character, and their interactions with other girls that go to his school and such. Both series also feature many girls, all of which have some cute quirk to go with them, making all such cute and lovable characters. While Shomin's girls' quirks are used in result of not knowing what males are this entire time in life, Chuunibyou's girls are very used to boys, and get their quirk by their 8th grade syndrome, which tends to be embarrassing and very funny to the audience. I feel like both series are great and cute harem-like shows???, and I enjoyed both  read more 
report Recommended by Marshmewwos
Same feel where the characeters are chuuni. However in Dropout the characters are actually angels and demons while in Chuunibyou they just act chuuni. Also both share the same comedic appeal with overly dramatic characters. 
report Recommended by Qwoto
Both include characters who does the Jojo pose, and both shows follow a supernatural type of setting. Not to mention both shows include a final boss they would have to defeat, just in different types of context overall.  
report Recommended by TheZilla
If you watch this show as if you are in the shared fantasy world of teenagers with socially awkward tendencies then these two shows are very similar. One is dealing with Chunibyo in normal day do day life. The other is dealing with day to day life in a Chunibyo world. I think its kind of a fun way to watch but now that I've started with it that way I cant stop.  
report Recommended by PoDak
Both of them have the view of a romance feeling towards the main female characters and have the same romantic vibes. 
report Recommended by mastertakeshi
If you love romance anime with teenagers, as Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai!, you would love Tsuki ga Kirei. Like Rikka and Yuuta, Akane and Kotarou are two teenagers (a bit more younger), who met in their school. Akane is in the athletics club, and Kotarou is in the literary club. Tsuki ga Kirei tells the story of all their encounters, adventures, and awkward moments. As Rikka and Yuuta, the two are shy to each other, but try their best to get closer to each other. No much comedy in this anime, not a romcom, but a true romance story. Watch with a packet of tissues,  read more 
report Recommended by Str1xRang3
Both have an intense love story and a perfect touch for the main girls' affection to the main boys. The main boys of both series (Yuuta/Miyuki) are trying to develop their love for the characters (Rikka/Kaguya). However, they tend to nearly hide their love for the main girls. The only difference is that Yuuta pretending not to be honest about loving Rikka while Miyuki does not show his true feelings to Kaguya. Both Rikka and Kaguya have feelings to the main boys. 
report Recommended by mastertakeshi
- both main character has chuunibyou friend - Both Feels the same - Both mostly comedy - both chuunibyou character wears eye patch 
report Recommended by bellabunbun
Both of them take place on schools were the characters have powers. The difference is that in Chuunibyou they're just imagining that they have it. 
report Recommended by MrSamuel
To sum it up, both shows start off with the main girls showing up at the MC’s house uninvited. The rest as they say, is history. 
report Recommended by Mo168
What do Assassination Classroom and Love Chuunibyou and other delusions have in common? Well... They both have wacky characters who you can fall in love with. Assassination classroom has a monster come teacher who provides many life lessons to his students and literally asks to die. His students are going through a rough time in their life, and are exposed to some new situations that help them develop as humans. The show really does good at making you have mixed feelings. Kill the teacher and save the world, or let him live and die horribly? Actually that seems pretty one sided when in writing... Meanwhile, Chuunibyou is  read more 
report Recommended by juliuscaesar387
Both have characters who are not honest with themselves, but still try to give their best. 
report Recommended by GuiSaika14
Similarities: High school setting Both have romance Similar amounts of comedy MC dragged into a club Superpowers 
report Recommended by Yuukinaa
It is similar in the way that both male characters get thrust into the crazy reality of the female mc. The difference is that this deals with more reality and Chuunibyou deals more with fantasy. 
report Recommended by Takishima_Shin
Togashi and Atsushi are both teenage boys who regret the actions they took in the past, and want to abandon them so that they're not traumatized by the experiences they went through. They end up going to an entirely new place with entirely new people just to accomplish that, making some really good and quirky friends along the way. They are aided in their antics by said friends. Just like the compelling dynamic between Osamu Dazai and Atsushi, the dynamic between Togashi and Rikka Takanashi is that of a wise mentor and a naive apprentice. Atsushi admires Dazai and Rikka admires Togashi, both for their skills  read more 
report Recommended by SAT0rii
Both anime revolve around the MCs playing "pretend"....to varying extents. In "Mitsuboshi Colors" the MCs are elementary school students who play pretend as the protectors of their town with the local policeman and the grandfatherly "Pops" facilitating their activities. In "Chuunibyou" the MCs are high-school students who either formerly suffered or currently suffer from a delusional syndrome making them think and act as if they lived in a fantastical realm. In either case both anime ask a pertinent question (atleast IMO): "If you let your imagination run wild and experience such fantastical delusions that cause no harm to anyone else....are you really suffering? Or have  read more 
report Recommended by btech2009
This show might not be close in concept but the whole feeling and vibe is similar. Both shows have a conclusive ending and 2 seasons with a movie ending.  
report Recommended by Lil_Muffin
Main boy trying to be normal finds himself caught in a few situations with a delutional girl that despite his attempts to stop it ends with them forming a club with other delutional girls. 
report Recommended by IsErnesto
Both of these shows are, in a broad sense, about "growing up" while still maintaining that sense of wonder, individuality, and blind self-confidence that so often typifies youth. However, the two shows do so in different and complementary ways. Little Witch Academia focuses on themes of camaraderie (with our peers, our mentors, and even our enemies), building a healthy psychological relationship with one's role models (admiration vs. idolization), and self-improvement towards accomplishing a goal (and the determination needed to achieve it). Chuunibyou focuses on themes of genuine maturity (as opposed to the naive maturity that is the rejection of everything "childlike"), acceptance (in more ways  read more 
report Recommended by Apocolocyntosis
Characters fighting through deep personal issues to find healthy and happy relationships. 
report Recommended by WhiteRocket
Both are good romance anime. Worth watching. You will be in a roller coaster of emotions. Try it. You will not be disappointed 
report Recommended by OtAkU_TaBiB
Chuunibyou and Kamisama give me a feeling of a relation between the two. Both anime follows an idiosyncratic girl with a mind beyond all others. Chu2 does this with Rikka and her chuuni ways, Kamisama does this with Hina and her claimed omnipotence she has. As the story progresses for both anime, their partner in hand ends up having a somewhat more wholesome relationship to previous records. Both are good anime about the reality of a situation someone has to deal with for their entire life, good comedy and drama as a bonus too. 
report Recommended by NextUniverse
Chuunibyou and Darling in the FranXX both give you that void of emptiness and sadness after finishing it whether it be from a event in the anime or that it's over but after you have moved on you realize how good of a anime it was. 
report Recommended by Soarify
A fresh start. Golden Time and Chuunibyou follow MCs who start a new page in life, made to disregard their old life, in their new study locations. Golden Time follows amnesic Tada who starts college on a new page due to an accident, Chuunibyou follows former chuunibyou Yuuta and his new fresh start in high school. However, both MCs are ultimately crushed of their chance due to triggers of the past, being Rikka and Tada's old self. 
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Delusions. Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions! and The Girl Who Leapt Through Time both follow delusions students who constantly reject the reality around them. Chuunibyou's Rikka rejects reality with her imagination enforced by the chuunibyou behaviour she has. TokiKake's Makoto rejects the normality of an orderly time path, where she constantly goes back in time to fix things accordingly to her. Both are interesting romance anime about the different ways people cope with their struggles life has given to them. All in a school setting. 
report Recommended by NextUniverse
The reason for why these are similar is a spoiler, but after about episode 8, Chunibyo has a similar story to the second half of Kimi no Na wa. They're also both beautiful in terms of audio and animation. 
report Recommended by ag_
Both have male MC that always got followed by weird female MC and always gave him a weird situation. Uzaki-chan took setting on university students and Chuunibyou took setting on High School students. And both use the weirdness of the female MC as main power of its comedy. Both also have good-looking and memorable character design. Tought that Uzaki-chan have more fanservice in it 
report Recommended by MochizukiTomoya
Onlooker. Chu2 and ReLife don't have a lot in common, however, they both have this one MC who feels like an onlooker on the situation, in a sense that they are the most realistic person to go to in regards to the situation. Kaizaki doing this with his adult experience influencing high schoolers, Chu2 doing this with ex-chunni Yuuta trying to make Rikka a more realistic person. Both are good rom-com, with ReLife having time travel compared to the delusions of Chu2 young people have.  
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Rejecting. In an eccentric way, both Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions! and A Whisker Away both follow an eccentric and energetic girl who has this strange front line defence for protecting themself from showing true feelings that abides within them. Chu2 does this with Rikka and her antics as a chuuni. Whisker Away with Muge acting hyper in addition to her cat transformations. Both are good romance anime within a school setting, also about the growing relationship of two dudes who have a strong disinterest of the one that constantly chases them down, only for both of these young men to begin and understand why these crazy  read more 
report Recommended by NextUniverse
The most passionate. Eizouken and Chuunibyou both follow extremely passionate MCs with a real eager attitude presented towards what they love. Though plots differ, Eizouken's Asakusa and Chuunibyou's Rikka are both inspired by interested in anime and chuunibyous respectively, so much so that they both take up the adventure of spending time doing what they love for a bigger goal at hand. Both anime are very good comedies with Eizouken being dubbed the love letter to anime, whilst Chuunibyou questions the difference between delusions and reality. 
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A new start ruined? Chuunibyou and Wotakoi both follow protagonists who wish to keep their secrets under the blanket only to be ruined by their respective partners. Yuuta's normal school life and Narumi's normal work life chances are both ultimately destroyed by Rikka and Hirotaka alike, drawing the two parties in each anime to become close to one another and build a relationship on something they had once dashed away. Both anime are great rom-coms with Wotaki being a very relaxing anime about otakus, whilst Chuunibyou is about chuunibyous with a much-crazed atmosphere. 
report Recommended by NextUniverse
Similarities: MCs are the same Megumin and Rikka are just completely the same 
report Recommended by Yuukinaa
Both Okabe Rintarou, and Rikka Takanashi have CHUUNIBYOU, or 8th Grade Syndrome. They both like to come up with irrational, over-the-top stuffs, fancy themselves with delusions, calling names and aliases, and coming up with terms like "Reading Steiner" for Okabe (about his eyes retaining the past memories), and "Tyrant's Eye" for Rikka (about her Chuunibyou powers). So, if you're a fan of chuunibyous, you can watch these anime. ;) 
report Recommended by GiancarloLS
Made by KyoAni, both are slice-of-life comedies 
report Recommended by OmarLivesUnder
These anime share a similar art style to one another. As the main characters are moving into a 'new world' theoretically showing that both anime are story driven, focusing on the characters and their interactions with one another and how the main characters are able to develop their sense of belonging to their 'new world' through their interactions. 
report Recommended by Snakes
Romantic comedy on both sides that is played out very well . Unique , better said strange characters , though in Chuunibyou we don't have an ' M ' individual . The male MC is almost normal on both sides .  
report Recommended by AgelessPharaoh
Both have a delusional girl who follows around an older male. Denpa is much darker and more serious than Chuuni, but they are both very enjoyable. 
report Recommended by olboyfloats
Similarities: + Comedy, Romance, Slice of Life, School genres + Adorable female leads who get embarrassed easily when thinking about the guy they like + Group of five friends (2 guys and 3 girls) who hang out and do weird stuff together Differences: - The male leads are very different - Chu2 has drama in addition to the comedy as well as more of an actual story 
report Recommended by Asfaria
-Both male protagonists have to take care of a peculiarly eccentric girl. -Both anime have clubs. -Both anime are school life with balance mystery/comedy/romance and drama.  
report Recommended by bloody_Venus55
Just like Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai, Excel Saga features a blue-haired heroine who is very sick. Excel Saga's Hyatt tends to vomit blood every couple of seconds due to her laughably weak constitution. In a similar fashion, Rikka is shown to shed blood by biting her thumb in order to augment her magical abilities (at least in her fantasies, anyway). Moreover, while Hyatt is always physically ill, Rikka is always mentally ill. 
report Recommended by Zetsubowl
The main heroines are active Chunnibyous who participate in a club where they act out their fantasies.  
report Recommended by shigeru212
Both series fluctuate between surreal comedy and sombre drama as a group of spirited teenagers struggle with their core existences. And as the main characters are so easy to root for, this leads to a vivid emotional experience for the typical viewer. 
report Recommended by PreFuturism-0
-Both male protagonists have to take care of a peculiarly eccentric girl -Both animes are school life that have a balance of comedy/romance/drama 
report Recommended by MagicFlier
Many fantasy and funny moments of Chuunibyou strongly reminds 11eyes. Chuunibyou seems to be a parody of 11eyes in several steps. Main characters, Rikka of Chuunibyou and Kakeru of 11eyes, are both blue-headed ones with a blindfolded right yellow eye. Many fights look pretty similars, with the presence of parallel worlds, and both shows have stunning moe schoolgirls. 
report Recommended by Disillusion
A young man finds himself babysitting another high school classmate who happens to live in the same building as him. He's also trying to appear to have a normal life and not let the crazies drag down his reputation, so to speak. 
report Recommended by Yemi_Hikari
Both are about relationship of strange girl, who feel herself an alien in this world, and "normal" guy. 
report Recommended by Joyless
These two reminded me of one another in Chuunibyou they have 8th grader syndrome, but in Sekai Seifuku they live out the fantasy, magic world. Both of these shows are also particularly moe. 
report Recommended by Nikoru-san
Similarities: -Both series give off that kawaii/moe/cute feeling -Both series are mostly located at a school -Both series have female protagonists who are all friends -Both series have action scenes involving weapons and super powers -Both series have similar comedy -Both series have a character that looks up to someone -Both series are 12 episodes long Differences: -Chuunibyou has more romance than Soul Eater NOT -Chunnibyou has a male protagonist  
report Recommended by jeirin
Watching Chun2byou now, I couldn't help but get the same feeling I got from watching Mayo Chiki! Both of these animes have the MC taking care of a girl in their class with some sort of problem. Chaos, misunderstandings and insane hilarity ensues. If you liked one, you will certainly like the other. 
report Recommended by Naxrrhid_Blade
There will never be any replacement for anohana. You get the chill, tears falling, a true masterpiece out of it. However i would like to recommend this anime. It is full of comedy for the first half season. However the late part, it is full of sadness...  
report Recommended by xtamsia
Both have unrealistic fighting scenes and comedy. 
report Recommended by Himenikko
- Mc doesn't do much until love interest comes in - Romance - Other people  
report Recommended by A_wild_jet
Rikka and Takumi resemble, both create illusions of himself and others, all focused on their tastes. Also they find it difficult to adapt to a normal life. 
report Recommended by OtakuNote87
There anime are about guys who are good at a specific type of virtual fighting but they choose to hide their power levels for various reasons. Over time they collect a group of cute girls to be around, but they each only have true romantic feelings for one of the girls. The antagonists in these anime are other participants in the virtual fighting rather than generic demons. It may be the best decision to only watch the first season. 
report Recommended by zombie_pegasus
Okay Chunibyo is much more flashy and crazy than Hana to Alice, but it has that theme of new friendships and helping someone who is not all there mentally recover by solving a mystery. But most important of all the characters in Hana to Alice are definitely Chuunibyou. 
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Chobits and Chuunibyo demo Koi ga Shitai! are both romantic comedies which could cause permanent paralysis or death from adorable overload. Seriously, these titles are both so f-ing cute it hurts sometimes. Both feature female protagonists who have special needs and need to be protected by the male protagonist. But it isn't sexist or anything. Anyway, just try it, and I'm sure you'll see what I mean. 
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Enjoy ridiculous fight scenes and off the wall combat moves then this anime is right for you. Both of these series will make you laugh out loud, the comedy is wacky but there is an underlying love story between the two main characters. The supporting cast of the both series are extremely funny, if not too well developed. Fun times will be had by all. 
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Characters from Sabagebu! are equally crazy and inmature. When they're playing, they imagine epic situations but none of that is real. 
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Though Noe and Rikka share different roles in their respective stories, they are definitely characters that really drag you into the story. Extra: Both live in their own worlds, and are also intrigued by the male leads.  
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Both are KyoAni adaptations of light novels, the character designs and tone are very similar. In both the characters experience delusions in which they must defeat a force threatening their world and form a club to fight against it, these fights are very detailed with similar choreography in both. The major difference in Phantom World is that these delusions are real. Both series share seiyuu for the main heroines which are Maaya Uchida (Rikka/Koito) and Sumire Uesaka (Dekkomori/Mai). 
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Both are enjoyable, carefree anime that pick up a more serious tone later on. 
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Both have crasy character, both have alternative world and both are full of motions 
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Both stories revolve around a pair of rather carefree high-school students groups. These clubs are focused on doing fun activities (role-playing in chuunibyou, baseball and missions in LB). Both shows have similar types and balance of comedy and drama. There are also characters whose problem quite similar, although in Little Busters the number of characters with various problems are more than in Chuunibyou. If you like Chuunibyou maybe you will also like Little Busters.  
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Both have eccentric girls and a boy who follows them Both have romance and funny scenes The main difference is that Tasogare Otome x Amnesia have a dark atmosphere and Chuunibyou doesn't 
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Everything has a similar fell. They're both lighthearted slice-of-life romantic comedies that were refreshing, fun to watch, with good romance. The characters are great and loveable. The art style, especially the eyes, is really similar. And they're both bound to make you laugh! 
report Recommended by Mnemofysh
Both animes share the almost same humor, it's really funny to watch and worth it definitely 
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Raul and Fino reminds me so much of Yuuta and Rikka. Raul acts retorting and chastising to Fino; much like how Yuuta retorts to Rikka whenever she goes on her chuunibyou. 
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In both animes there's some kind of lovestory which is told in a very cute and "bound to reality way" and in both animes u probably learn a little bit about love as such :) Also both have the same humour since the main character is a normal dude and their "girls" are behaving weird in a funny way. 
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