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Both of the main male leads have ex-chuunibyou syndrome and then a girl appears who finds out their secret and so they stay together.
Although in Chu2byou Koi Shitai the girl has chuunibyou while in Oreshura she doesn't.
((I actually haven't finished Chu2byou yet so uhh... I'll update this when I finish both.))
Anime in which the main male characters desperately want to keep their highly chuunibyou behaviors in the past a secret, so much so that they panic whenever their old acquaintances try to bring up the protagonists' past syndromes. Both series are comedy-based romance series in which the male lead is in a club with many girls.
Each of these stories revolve around the characters suffering from their past "8th grader syndrome" only to be bribed or threatened into helping the female protagonist, Each have that light hearted comedy aspect as well as the main character fighting his feelings for the Main female.
If you've watched and liked Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai then Oreshura should already be on your list seeing as they're both very similar anime that give off the same feelings as you watch with a good flow of enjoyable and serious moments to keep you following along.
Both series have very similar plots, characters, and humor. If you like one you will probably like the other. Chu2 is not a harem but but still feels similar and the MC has mostly girls for friends. While Ore no Kanojo is definitely harem but shares many recurring themes with Chu2.
The main character has been experiencing delusions in both series. Both of the series are also really light and are almost pure romantic comedies. OreShura likes to emphasize its harem, while Chuunibyou tends to spice the atmosphere up with some drama.
We use to play things when we were little by having these strange delusional syndromes that we remembered and had fun playing with it... In the series the main male character was use to be a delusional teen, but then has to erased it all as it was too embarrassing. It all went smoothly, until a person messed up his life, and having those fantasies come back, forcing him to go along of what they are doing.
Oreshura is somewhat a harem comedy, while Chuunibyou focus on romance, and somewhat fantasy-action scenes.
Both MC's past is filled with cringey chuunibyou tales. They attempt to start their life anew, void of their embarrassing past. The truth is however discovered by the heroines and forced upon them once again, for better or worse. The primary difference is that OreShura has a harem while Chuunibyou! does not.
Both of these anime are rom-coms. The only big difference is that Ore no Kanojo to Osananajimi ga Shuraba Sugiru is a harem and Chuunibyo is not. Both of the male protagonist suffer from a past involved with being a Chunibyo, and both are now trying to leave that past behind, but can't because of the women in their lives.
-Both have ex-chuunibyou characters
-Both are romantic comedies
-The plots are pretty similar (MC tries to forget embarrassing past etc etc)
-Both anime include a small group of characters in school who form a club together
-["Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai"] isn't a harem, whereas ["Ore no Kanojo to Osananajimi ga Shuraba Sugiru"] is.
There aren't many things to write about in terms of similarities, but I can say that if you watched one, you will be reminded of it when watching the other.
So, that said, I think that if you liked one, you will like the other.
Both mc gets around mg due to their old imagination fantasy,both react funny,, really like u would feel when found out about your embarrassing past. Both do not fall for the girl at start and starts to develop love later on. Both mc is somehow controlled by mg.
In both anime, the main character had "chuunibyou" in the past, which ends up bring up troubles when he goes to high school, in Chuunibyou having another classmate relive his chuunibyou times, and in Oreshura it was used to blackmail him. And in general, many scenes that happened in Chuunibyou also has similar scenes happening in Oreshua (but in a shuffled order).
Note that Chuunibyou is more focused on the chuunibyou itself, while Oreshura is much more romance-oriented, thus making it a harem as well.
Well, these two series here can be described as addictive fun that is wildly entertaining in that bizarre way.
Both series has a strange girl who has strange behavior with a particular fascination on the supernatural. Both series has a strange cast of characters as well that mixes in drama, comedy, and randomness at times.
The male protagonists in the series are probably the only sane characters. They aim for a normal school but finds it difficult after the appearance of the said strange girl.
Both protagonists are aiming for a normal High School life after entering High School, but happen to meet strange school mates.
In both series it's a girl claiming to have supernatural powers or to be an alien who influences the boy's school life.
Both animes have the main character as a boy working towards leading a normal life, a delusional cute girl who believes she has powers beyond humans, a party of other girls to add to the mix, AND EVEN an attractive parent-figure to the cute girl. As the stories develop, it is evident that despite not having the best relationship at the start, they begin to ease up to one another.
While SHAFT focuses more on character speech and development, as well as their own unique animation style, KyoAni focuses more on visually enticing the audience.
Both of the female protagonists somehow have the same condition wherein they mix-up illusions with reality. Also, both of the mail protagonists had the same aim; to return these females back to reality.
-Both have tsukkomi male MCs surrounded by fairly silly characters.
-Both have female MCs with delusions. (Chuu2 syndrome/Aliens).
-Both have romance, though it is not as apparent in Denpa Onna.
-Both are completed light novel series.
The MC meets a strange girl that believes in something that he doesn't believe in. He ends up learning something important by being with her, and there is some romance along the way.
Also, they are both similar in terms of style and comedy.
- Both MC-kun's have to take care of a annoying..delusional...weird girls...while trying to keep normal life at the same time...
- Both MC-kun's are the only sane people (realists) [ there is a lot of crazy people around them ]
- MC-chan's believe that they have some sort of 'special 'power' [lot's of cringe moments are waiting for you ]
- Both have romance moments in them, but it was destroyed by our delusional MC-chan's....
- Both are cringe/slow as snail/ weird dialogue driven shows...
- Watch them if you have lots of free time [ like myself :/ ] & probably you gonna like the other...
Looking to get out of reality, creating for itself an illusion. Chuunibyo and Denpa Onna, show us as the protagonist, a girl who locks himself in fantasies, whether aliens or magic, just come and believe what in your life have formed. But everything can change when a guy comes to understand why their of illusion and try that with your help, can be someone in society. Two Series, Spilling comic moments, but in turn romantic moments.
Both revolve around a girl whose somewhat hopeless on her own.
They both meat a male MC and learn to become (somewhat) normal members of society as the guy takes care of them.
Both feature romance as a theme.
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.
Both Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai! and Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu are base off novels from the main guys point of view.
Also both series are about a guy trying to move on from his past involving supernatural and occult things.Then get the exact opposite when the main girl protagonist comes in and drags them along into making a club to help them search for and do supernatural and occult things.
The similarities in these two series are quite alike in my estimation.
First of all, both series takes place at a school life setting that have been adapted from a novel. Both series also employs the same studio hence the similar feeling and atmosphere.
In regards to characters, both series has a fun cast to get to know with. The main male protagonist is a normal boy who has to deal with the strange personalities of the other characters namely the main female protagonist. The main female protagonist in both series are strange and has a strange fascination with a mind strange of ideas.
Both series has great comedy, drama, fictional delusions, and a little romance here and there. read more
both have a normal guy taking care of a weird girl, or he trys to in haruhi lol
they both act like they dont want to be involved with her but they're always there supporting or guiding her. (or trying to guide her)
Both tell the story about a fairly normal, socially conscious boy who meets a girl with strange obsessions and is near enough forced to hang around with her, and he may even fall in love with the mysterious girl.
Female protagonist is very similar to Haruhi, both in her delusions of extradimensional grandeur and her domineering personality. Both involve useless, quirky high school clubs. Chuunibyou is definitely more light-heated, but fans of Haruhi will enjoy.
Both stories feature school clubs which focus on the super natural and mysterious, which naturally leads to the members said clubs standing out and looking foolish in front of their peers. Also, there is a decent amount of action in each series, although (possible somewhat spoiler here) it's imaginary in one series and not the other.
Both have a girl who has trouble socializing with others, thanks to their own supernatural/fantasy interests. Their obsession makes the people around them not want to interact with them, so they are isolated. Then there is the guy, who helps them slowly be able to connect with "normal" people. The guys are also forced into building a club with them, both clubs being fantasy/supernatural based. Plus, they are both really good :)
A crazy yet loveable girl drags around a passive guy against his will into shenanigans inspired by her hyperactive imagination. Each series has a similar comedic style and story development, although Chuunibyo is more dramatic while Haruhi Suzumiya is a bit wittier and more unpredictable. Both shows are also produced by Kyoto Animation.
-Similar Male Protagonist who has abandoned a past way of thinking which is awoken by a female lead
-Similar female lead who creates a club to do with a magic/supernatural theme
-Yuki and Kumin both involved in respective clubs due to lack of members for their own
Basically the same thing-
Main character starts high school and meets a girl obsessed with the supernatural. They meet in a club room with friends after school and go on adventures and stuff, and then everyone falls in love yay...
Tells the story of a guy seeking a normal high school life, only to be caught up with the most eccentric girl in the school. Both include the formation of a club, collecting members and the friendships between them, as well as the careful monitoring of the lead girl to make sure her imagination doesn't get too out of hand.
Protagonists dragged by heroins into super natural club to do something akwardly and distinctive from other people and both featured various characters that made you like them. Eventually,these two animes are produced by KyotoAnimation too.
Both series revolve around a main protagonist that is put into weird situations having to do with supernatural powers. The only difference is that in Haruhi Suzumiya the supernatural powers are real while in Chuunibyou they are not. In Chuunibyou they also establish a romance while in Haruhi Suzumiya there's not much romance.
While telling different types of stories, both center around a quirky energetic girl and a guy that gets dragged along in her antics. Definitely worth watching if you appreciate Haruhi and Kyon as characters and would like to see similar characters in a romcom/coming of age setting. And just worth watching in general.
These shows have many interesting parallels to each other with a few differences that make them different shows in the long run. However, the character interactions can be pretty similar at times.
Both shows have an eccentric girl who drags the typical straight-man "I believe what I see" main character into their world of the supernatural and the main character has to adapt to this. The girl then makes a club which all of the supporting characters then join and the entire show is set up based on this.
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.
Almost the same plot: the girl is "affected" by the "chuunibyou syndrome", while the boy was affected by the same syndrome in his past. Both have romance, but Aura is less comedy and more dramatic with seinen elements.
The similarities of both these anime focus around the two main characters. The main girl is a delusional character, know to have chuunibyou or "Eight-grade delusions". The main guy is someone who also experienced having that trait when he was young and now tries to get rid of it by starting a new life. However, having both main guys meet the main girls creates a great disaster! It's like the guy's past is still following him. The whole story revolves around how our characters deal with their conflicts and accepting what they really are and what they become.
This about chuunibyou syndrome too. Ichirou once called himself "Maryuin Koga" and behaved as if he were a hero in a fantasy world. At his new school, he tries to behave like a normal boy, but one day he meets a girl with chuunibyou syndrome. Story like "Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai!" huh.
the plot of the two is very similar, showing a boy who always fantasized but stopped doing that and then find a girl who takes new to this fantasy world through a novel, but the difference is that in Chuunibyou the comedy has greater prominence, Aura is now much more realistic, including bullying and portrays the difficulties of those facing these problems, but also presents points of comedy and have a great end, who watched a for sure shall watch the other ..
Both anime r really similar in term of plot and setting
Both MC got issue of Eight grade Syndrome and trying to get back to normal life
chuunibyou is more comedy and Aura is more Serious
Eight grade Syndrome means the people who are considering Fantasy world as reality and try to act like they have super power but in reality its not
Satou Ichirou (Aura) have the same condition as Yuuta Togashi (Chuunibyou), they tried to forget the past and behaves like a normal child, but in her new school she was close to the same severe heroin with him in the past.
in Aura, I did not catch the romance between the two protagonists, because the story ending up as heroin saved from bullying classmates.
but it still has a good story because heroin is more extreme than Rikka Takanashi in trust in his fantasy world.
In both anime, the male MC with a Chuunibyou-influenced past meets a girl, who is currently in her Chuunibyou-phase, in his first year in highschool. He then tries to get her out of her phase while in the meantime facing his own past. (mini spoiler) In the end, they both enter a relationship (though I guess it's not really 'in the end' in Chuunibyou).
Aura feels a tad more serious though, as Chuunibyou had a lot more time to go through the serious phases and was thus able to have a good portion of comedy and romantic development in between, whereas Aura (due to it being a film rather than a 2-season-anime with a film and quite a few specials :p) has to cramp the entire development into a much smaller timeframe.
This doesn't make either any less of a masterpiece in my eyes though =w= read more
Both talks about how hobbyists (or chuuni) face their surroundings. To give us a view how chuuni see and face their environment, also how their environment threat them.
Both of them got drama but chuunibyou gives us more romance because of the characters' relationship's development.
While both anime are similar, being the main girl has a delusions & the main dude is trying to do something about her delusions. Chuunibyou has a more lighthearted and comedic story. Aura takes a more realistic and mature approach to the story and characters. Also, Chuunibyou is a series while Aura is a movie.
At first glance, Aura: Maryuuin Kouga Saigo no Tatakai appears to be a Chuunibyou clone and for all intents and purposes it largely was, and I went in not expecting much. But where Chuunibyou was mostly a comedy/ romance, Aura took a much more real stance and leaned more towards the Drama genre, making for a unique little movie that I thoroughly enjoyed.
If you're a fan of Chuunibyou and wanted more, or liked the idea behind it but wished it was more serious, give Aura a chance, you just may end up liking it as much as I did.
this movie had a more serious take on the chuunibyo illnes show in chuunibyou. the storie is more realistic in how is the life of a real chuunibyo in higscholl and how the people react to them, if you always wanted to know on a more serious take of the chuunibyou illnes this movie is for you plus the love storie of the main protagonists is really good
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.
Enjoyable chuunibyou moments and people's reactions. Inoubato is not as serious as Chuunikoi, but it has likable characters and a bit of romance. Inoubato also has a bigger backstory and actually contains magic stuff, but it never gets too epic or grand scaled - both series have their feet on the ground for the most part.
A group of friends made of four girls and a guy. In both shows the characters deal with chuuni problems, the difference is in Chuunibyou the powers and battles are just imaginary while in Inou-Battle, everything is real.
Both shows are telling a story about Chuunibyou. There's romance, too, in both shows. The one who have 8 grade syndrome in Chuunibyou Demo Koi ga Shitai is the heroines, while in Inou-Battle it was the MC.
Both Series have this MC who has the "Chuunibyou" or "Eight Grade Syndrome" which affects their daily lives, but also funny at the same time. But in Inou-Battle the MC's powers are REAL, while in Chuunibyou demo koi the powers of the MC are only imaginations from the disease. Both are SUPER funny though. With a touch of romance and the action on top.
So i really recommend to watch these two if these kind of anime's suits your taste :)
The story is pretty similar being about them being able to use supernatural powers though in one of them they use their imagination and in the other it's real. Atleast one of the characters from both anime have Chuunibyou.
Eight grade syndrome (or chuunibyou) is a stage in some teenagers when they think they are "special" in different ways, these series show us protagonists raving about their supernatural powers, we can appreciate some fun battles and romance, the difference between them is that in Chuunibyou powers are imaginary, in Inou Battle are real ~
Both of these series are comical and deal with one of the main characters having chuunibyou syndrome while having supernatural battles. However, in Inou-Battle, the fights literally do take place as they are real, while in Chunnibyou, they are imaginary. Both of these programs take place in a small club within their high school and it is just one male member with several other females around him.
-Both anime has a character that have a eighth grader syndrome . On Chunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai! , the one that have this type of syndrome is most of the main protoganists . While on Inou-Battle wa Nichijou-kei no Naka de , only one person and that is Jurai Ando . Both anime also tends to make us laugh out loud .
-Inou-Battle wa Nichijou-kei no Naka de is a harem which the main protoganist is surrounded by girls . Chuunibyou on the other hand , does have lots of girl but not enough to say its a harem .
-like i said , the comedy in this two tends to make you laugh while crying . read more
Chuunibyou and Inou-Battle, both have a protagonist with the eighth-grade syndrome, which makes him fantasize about superpowers. A group is formed where everyone has something in relation, in Chuunibyou all are related to this syndrome and in Inou-Battle they all have superpowers. When passing the chapters we see that the protagonists are forming a bond, and they are accepting each other, accepting and improving their weaknesses little by little.
Both shows deal with high school students in a club. The main male lead in both have very similar personalities, especially considering the fact that both of them have chuunibyou. Some of the female leads in both shows also have or had chuunibyou, although Tomoyo is over it while Rikka not so much (although it is a little complicated for Rikka... you'll see if you watch the show). Furthermore, both shows hint at a romantic theme, with the main difference being that Inou-Battle has multiple people liking the male lead (i.e. harem) and Chuunibyou is more focused around one person liking the male lead. Would recommend watching both as they are both relatively straightforward to follow along. read more
The main characters have the same chuunibyou syndrome. These two anime tells the story of the supernatural club consisting of many women and one man is the main character. Romantic story is almost similar and many conflicts. Anyway both anime is very exciting.
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 way that I liked. ^^
*PS: Sorry bad english* xD read more
Both animes feature a male and female protagonist that become friends because both are shunned by classmates. They form a tightly-knit group of friends, and they never thought they would like each other. In Chuunibyou Yuuta doesn't consider liking Rikka, and in Toradora Ryuuji and Taiga mutually have feelings for another person. But in both animes the kindness of the boy begins to win the girl over. Both stories are about finding love where you least expect it; heartwarming, cute and funny; both are must sees.
The main female character in each is very similar. They're both school setting romances but very different from the standard storyline, both have a significant comedy element but are totally adorable too. Toradorable* :p
A possible harem and an uncontrollable girl whose love is a more "normal" boy. The two series contain romance, and almost like how Taiga is a fierce girl who becomes a little too much to handle at times, Rikka (Chuunibyo Demo Koi ga Shitai!) is and airhead whose 8th Grader Syndrome takes control. They both contain very little drama, and have comedy and romance, but perhaps not quite enough to know it'll be true forever.
The characters and some of the plot progression elements are quite similar.
Both shows have two mains with a problem, and one of them is trying to ditch that problem.
Also, Nibutani is very, very similar to Ami
Both have a similar kind of atmosphere and feel. Taiga and Rikka have both detached themselves from the real world in some way and in both it is up to the main character to reintroduce them to it and to basically make them appreciate life.
Both follow a similar story arc as well as having a similar style of humor although Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai touched me more with its overall message.
Well first off they are both overall insanely great animes. Both series include the protagonists of two young girls that slowly fall in love with a guy that they meet at school which is coincidentally their next door neighbors Lmao. Both dramatic and very fun animes to watch.
So you enjoyed Toradora! but would like to have another quality slice of life/romance anime to watch?
Well Chuunibyou should be for you! It's yet another heavily character driven story full of twists and turns which leaves you wanting more. The premise is even more original than the likes of Toradora! and it's just as well paced and easy to follow.
You will laugh, you will cry and you will experience a whole other side of the genre.
A must watch for fans of Toradora! (just make sure you watch the subbed version as major alterations were made in the dub which arguably ruin the appeal of the show).
Enjoy! :) read more
They both have very different reasoning and story behind them but what I see in common is the way the characters grow together throughout the series. Character development is definitely the reason these shows both are my favorites.
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.
The fake 8th grader syndrome fantasy delusions that Rikka has in Chuunibyou are very similar in style (both being made by Kyoto Animation) to the real fights in Kyoukai no Kanata. Both have similar male and female protagonists where the male protagonist is pulled into problems by the female protagonist who won't leave him alone. They also have both a mix of comedy and drama, but from what I've seen of KnK so far, it has more drama than comedy while Chu2 is more of an even mix.
The animation is beautifully done by KyoAni both times. We are introduced to two similar shy main female leads in both series, although they are quite different between each other on some specific focuses, just like the series themselves. In specific, that would be the fact that Chuunibyou tends to focus purely on the romantic comedy with a slight touch of harem, while Kyoukai no Kanata is a tad less intensive on that matter, but rather emphasizes the supernatural activity.
- Both shows was made by Kyoto Animation.
- The Character designs and their mannerism is Similiar.
- Premise in Both shows is Similar. ( male character dragged into all sorts of problems by a strange, socially awkward female lead.)
- Despite the fact that Chuunibyou is comedy both anime have well animated fight sequences.
- Same type of Story Telling!
- Both pull at your heartstrings near the end of the series and leave you wanting more.
- They are both beautiful and endearing succinctly told stories.
The situations in Beyond the Boundary are more serious and often dangerous, whereas the situations in Chuuibyou are mostly comedic. However, in both anime the socially awkward girl does lead to a lot of comedic social situations for the guy. read more
both are by the same studio, are similarly enjoyable, with pretty much the same downfalls. the characters throughout both are largely endearing, if tropey, and their daily lives are full of feel-good goofy antics, with both main heroines having a few deeper and more emotional undertones to their usual airheaded vibe.
quite often in both, the actual plot ends up a little bit buried under slice-of-life moe, which, in chu-2 isn't so much of a problem, but as KnK is a little more ambitious with its fantasy setting and plot, it's a little more noticeable there. in my opinion, KnK makes up for what it loses there with its absolutely stunning art and design, though! read more
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.
Both are centered around a high school male protagonist getting his normal life disturbed by a girl (the female protagonist) with odd intentions and an lively personality. Whilst still limited in the high school slice-of-life setting, the male protagonist's life goes into a different direction than what they'd consider "peaceful" or "normal". Similar art giving similar atmosphere and tone, and has light-hearted comedy, as expected from kyoto animation.
This anime is perfect for those who love shoujos. If you like that more syrupy , do not watch. It is ideal for anyone who is in eighth grade or in high school, as the story takes place during this phase. There are parts/scenes in which the emotion he brings us is so strong that we can lose hours before bedtime. At first it is the story of a boy (Yuuta), which once believed to be "Master of Flames Black" and now, in high school, try to hide it (changing to school). He is very funny. The chart is exciting and the story of the characters well developed. The anime deals with some controversial issues, such as bullying, prejudice, early adolescence, death. Why to spend the second year of high school, the famous stage where we begin to build our identity, it could address these issues comprehensively, exciting and fun. I confess I was/am jealous of this story because it is not mine. It's a very different anime (really), I do not know and have not seen any like this. Watch it, because you will not regret it read more
When talking about plain similarities, these both show good vibes of slice of life and school. They each centralize around a small group of characters. They both have a very light feel to them and have this enjoyment factor built-in.
Hyouka has slightly less romance and is more centralized on mystery.
The heroines, in the case for Hyouka, which is Chitanda, have a very bubbly behavior and gets all up in the MCs face for whatever reason it may be, whether pleasant or obnoxious. They leave a very happy feel after watching them. Nothing heart-wrenching, just sweet bliss.
1. The main character practically looks the same, they are like twins in alternate universes but one is more socially awkward than the other.
2. Both contain a really cute and bubbly girl that has beautiful eyes, and makes the main male character more excited about life.
3. The main character secretly likes the main girl but feels slightly tortured under her brightness or liveliness.
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.
The worlds of these shows consists of so much imagination. It's beautiful. Why live life normal and plain when you could spice it up? Life is something that can be made special and exciting, and that's what these shows do perfectly.
In both shows main character is trying to be normal, but he is stuck with bunch of weird girl. Both animes are really funny. Chu2byou is more romance based, while d-frag is full of random geeky and nerdy jokes, so d-frag is better in my opinion.
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.
Both have romance and school genre.
Both guys have something weird in them.
Both involves a guy having feelings for a weird girl.
Both involves a situation where both the guy and girl are classmates.
The guy in one anime is the one who made the first move and is responsible for turning his own world upside down, while in the other anime it is the girl who come into the guy's life an turned the guy's life upside down.
The girl in one anime is receptive of the guy's prescience, while the girl in the other anime limits her receptiveness for the guy on limiting it to exchange of drool (puking).
The guy in one anime likes being with his weird girlfriend, while in the other anime the guy is trying to straighten up the girl.
The girl in one anime is a textbook definition of weird, while in the other anime the girl is a poster child for mysterious.  read more
Both of these anime deal with eccentric female leads involved in unconventional relationships.
Rikka and Urabe are very similar in persona. however whilst Rikka is withdrawn and introverted, Urabe is the complete opposite, she is fully aware of her peculiarities and has full confidence in herself as a result.
These anime are very similar in setting, genre and character design. What is different is the art, Chuunibyou doesn't have the same ecchi - but both anime are very sweet romance anime done right.
Female Protagonist: Is strange and mysterious, is also connected to the male love interest by some kind of bond.
Male Protagonist: Is a regular Japanese Highschool boy who falls in love with the female protagonist.
* The art style is a bit more "new" in Chuunibyou
- 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.
Tbh, I find these two series quite alike.
Both series involves a main protagonist who has to deal with a strange girl. They feel reluctant to get along with them but comes to appreciate them more.
Both series' main female protagonist seems to lack common sense.
Both series has a lot of comedy, drama, and also inklings of romance.
Both series' cast of characters have strange personalities that makes the show entertaining.
•both have a male protagonist who wants to live an ordinary life but that cant come true of course, since the story/plot would be borrrrring..
•both male protagonist look after an odd/weird/different girl protagonist throughout the series
•both males look after cats
•both protagonists in each series are surrounded by a bunch of an interesting group of friends who create the surroundings more comedic, and both supporting cast of friends are very similar in each of their roles comparing with the other anime.
•both have romance and comedy
•they are similar in the school life with a male looking after a weird girl and developing feelings etc...
Both series have unique characters, and the main male character seems to dislike his actual situacion and wants to change it. But as this series go on, and th characters relations develop, their objetives change or get troubled by new points of view. The comedy is also a strong point in both series because there are a lot of abnormal and funny situacions because all characters are really abnormal.
Both animes are touching and gonna pull you in their worlds. In each anime there is such a familiar feeling, that you think, you know them your whole life. I love both chuunibyou and sakurasou, but i prefer sakurasou.
A nice, mostly "normal" male protagonist (Yuuta/Kanda) meets an eccentric, socially-isolated female protagonist (Rikka/Mashiro) dealing with a condition which often has them living in their own internal world. While being surrounded by a group of crazy peers (Far East Magical Napping Society/Sakura Hall residents), they try to deal with their demons of growing up while becoming closer to said protagonist girl (who has demons of her own). Both are school life/high school animes, but differ on boarding school nature. Along the way, an unnoticed, unrequited love from a current or former close friend of the male protagonist interferes with the delicate relationship between the protagonist couple.
Both are journeys of self-discovery while coming of age/growing up filled with a balance of comedy and drama. In this way, they have a very strong component in realism. For the main group, everyone's biggest strength comes back to bite them and their biggest weakness also has a moment of benefit. The symbolism and subtle things are prominent in both shows, adding a depth which is there if one doesn't miss it or refrain from looking for it, but you can understand the story without /all/ the depth. There are a lot of themes regarding reality, belonging, family, and love.
Length-wise, Sakurasou is 24 episodes, and Chuunibyou is 24 episodes + 2 OVAs + 12 'Lite' shorts, so both end up telling the story in a similar length of watching time. The difference between the timelines is simple: Chuunibyou starts at the beginning of Year 1 of High School (10th Grade) and currently ends at the beginning of the second term of Year 2 (11th grade) (roughly April of Year 1 to September of Year 2, about 1.5 calendar years). Sakurasou starts at the beginning (first term) of Year 2 (11th grade) and currently ends at the beginning (first term) of Year 3 (12th Grade) (about 1 calendar year). read more
In a more general sense, both series are considered romantic comedies although presented in different ways. The main female character is petite and has a strange relationship with the main main protagonist. The main male protagonist in both series also seems normal although has strange thoughts as well (in different ways though).
Two of the main female characters (Shinka from Chuunibyou, Tsukushi from Hentai Ouji to Warawanai Neko) possesses dominant personalities.
Both series also takes place at a school life setting where there's comedy, drama, and romance.
•both are a type of anime which just focus on a gender confused guy which hasnt even hit adolescence and a confused emotional scarred girl which is just plain weird..
•both are of the romance, school, comedic genre type which is pretty general
•both animes have the typical hero type young boy, which has problems... surrounded by the lots of other young girls who have an emotional attachment towards him in someway or another, either respect or plain likeness
•both contain the 'ecchi cuteness' towards the familiar audience, and it just repeats over and over which is really lame......
•they are similar in the genres and character personalities, its an okay watch imo, the personalities are what put me off, but the plots are okay and there are some good scenes now and again
Very similar, when I watch Hentai ouji to warawanai Neko, it reminds me a ton of Chuunibyou demo koi ga shitai. Both of them they meet a strange girl and then there life changes. Good humour, Similar settings and romance.
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.
A socially awkward dark haired girl can't separate reality from fantasy/games, leading to altercations which cause embarrassment, and protagonist tries to lead them towards a normal high school life. Both series have a club with only female members and one male, it functions to hide their complexes from classmates. Elements of romance can be found in both series.
+ Do you like light novel adaptations done right? Both of these are like that..
+ Both are shows about your eveyday and common life at school/club...
+ Both have hilarious/akward female MC's [ Rikka & Ako ], in other words, the girls who can't distinguish real life and fiction...
+ Male MC's [ Rusian & Yuuta ] are surrounded by their pseudo harems in their club, but still there is only 1 girl they are devoted for....
+ Funny situations, great artystyle choice, great OST's, memorable characters...all of it in these two shows....
+ Supporting cast sometimes can get on your nerves, but without them both shows would be bland and boring...
+ High level of SOL alert, in these you won't find any supernatural/psychologic stuff... +1 fot this...
- Chuunibyou has way better animation and overall movement scenes...
- Netoge has way better comedy and akward romance which I liked the most... read more
I think chuunibyou is a masterpiece, but here's a slimier one..
~both have females characters that can't tell the difference between reality and games/imagination.
~both are romance, Comedy and School shows.
~both are Harem, i don't see any other characters than the main one!
~both are short and fun to watch (12 episodes)
Both of them deal with hiding a secret passion of "special" Likes from the rest of Society
Also both have a "Dark Power" Character, if i shall call it like this
Also both are Comedy and Slice of Life Animes
Both main characters have a hobby that they try to hide from other people. Both series are comedy, although Chuunibyou is much better and smarter in humor, and also in the development of characters. The theme and atmosphere are similar in both series is school and otaku style.
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.
both anime has a romantic/comedy genre
both protagonists have similar personality
both protagonist want to live how they think is normal both had eighth grade syndrome in the past chuunibyou centers around the eighth grade syndrome as the main part of the story but Yahari Ore no Seishun does not
The main characters in both of these anime are extremely relatable, although in slightly different ways. Hikkigaya from Yahari hates his youth, and Yuuta hates his 8th grade youth. They both end up in a club they didn't want to join and are forced to face their "youth." They key reason why these two anime are so great is because of their relatability, comedy, and romance, so if you liked Chuunibyou, Yahari is a must-see.
Both of these series deal without likeable outcasts coming to terms with themselves and the world around them, Chuunibyou is a more romance focused series, whereas Yahari is more about the characters internal developments.
Though if you enjoyed one, you will definitely enjoy the other!
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.
The two main characters look kind of alike, and the girl protagonists Iori and Riika are both making up a side to them to conceal their pain. It shows how you should be true to yourself, and it is about friends pulling through even when one of them is having hard times with their past.
Both are good high school romances and have a mix of comedy and drama (though Kokoro Connect has more drama while Chu-2 has more comedy). Both have very good female leads (Rikka for Chu-2 and Inaba and Iori for KC).
On hindsight, there are highlighted similarities on KyoAni's Chuunibyou: both are romcom, and both have Chuunibyou-characters with silly antics, and both have enough enthusiasm and comedy to go on about. Both also have Sumire Uesaka (Dekomori's seiyuu in Chuunibyou; Cole-chan on Kono Bijutsubu) even.
For those hungry for more normal-X-otaku kind of romcom, look no further.
Both have enjoyable characters (some suffering from Chuunibyou syndrome) and are in the romantic comedy/slice of life genre. The soundtracks are really cool as well. ^^
I think someone has mentioned this before, but I think Colette was inspired or similar to Dekomori. They even share the same seiyuu, or voice actress (Sumire Uesaka).
[Colette is known to hang out in lockers throughout Konobi, which I think is a reference to when Dekomori was stuck in one in Episode 3 of Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai!?]
If you liked Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai then I think This Art Club Has a Problem! should be your next watch.
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.
Both shows spend most of their time familiarizing you with the characters and getting you attached, then end with an absolutely beautiful moment of fulfillment. If you like that sort of payoff, then either of these shows would be just right for you.
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.
An unpopular person wants to be normal and have friends, but ends up acting weird. In Chuunibyou, Yuuta gets friends through acting weird while Tomoko in WataMote is just a loner with horrible social skills and only one friend and her brother. Both Yuuta and Tomoko act "extreme" in their own ways when embarrassed.
A little girl who no have friends, because your terrible shyness and find refuge in your videogames. Watashi ga Motenai no wa Dou Kangaetemo Omaera ga Warui! or simply ''Watamote'' is a 12 episodes anime what turn around in Tomoko's life.
She's very cute and short, but don't care about your aspect and can't make friends. Live in a house with your mother and your newest brother Tomoki and he's always in bad mood with same aspect from your sister. Tomoko have just one friend, Yu, a beauty girl with big boobs and excelent aspect and Tomoko have jealous, but the same time a love for her.
During all anime time, Tomoko try a lot of things to become a popular girl and pass for inumerous funny experiencies like your dreams when she's make reference sometimes for other animes characters and create inside in mind other world but in some parts, is possible see your sadness and frustration in each failed effort. This anime is not a depressive and melancolic all time, but very funny in most part. I'm really recommend who loves laugh a lot! LOL read more
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.
'Chununibyou demo Koi ga Shitai!' has the same bright happy setting as Clannad. They are both set at school and they both include a male and female character getting closer and closer in their relationship.
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..
They are both short, 12 episode animes that take place in a school setting. The female protagonists both have a thing for eye patches and are considered "unusual" or alienated by their classmates. They both behave differently from everyone else and manage to drag the male protagonists into their strange sphere of influence, thereby setting him apart from his fellow peers as well. As time passes the boys naturally dissolve into the unusual world that the girls are "trapped" in and become a pillar of support for them. The happiness of the girls becomes the boys' primary goal above all else.
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.
Ok, here's the thing, I wish I could have recommended "KicK Ass" since it is very close to this anime as a whole, then again, MAL is a anime/manga social site, so therefore "Kick Ass" is out of the question, so, I'm just gonna settle with Chu-2 for Samurai Flamenco. Since it involves, main characters who ought to see a shrink and another character who just going along with the crazy character.
Ok, ok, so it a bit off, but then again if you'll look it this way both anime involves a character who is a textbook definitions of being "NUTS" and there is a secondary main character who is pretty much normal except that he's the one who has to pick-up the crazy character's mess.
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.
-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
They're both overall light-hearted stories of newbies love. The premises of each show is impressively unique, but a few of the characters seem like mirror images of each other. Mainly the male mc's, and the supporting orange haired tsunderes both participating in an obvious love triangle. They both do a very good job of making you care about the characters and their relationships.
The girls in both series have very similar personalities.
A similar love triangle occurs, but it is a bit more pronounced in Nisekoi, and the love triangle only becomes apparent in the sequel of Chuunibyou.
Both anime are focused on pure fun and have some romance moments. Yukihira Furano has a similar personality with Takanashi Rikka (MC of Chunnibyou). What I really liked was the awkward moments. The difference is that Chuunibyou contains some supernatural scenes, while Ore no Nounai is way more focused in real everyday events. You, probably, will like the character development!
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.
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!.
The main focus of both Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai and Ano Natsu de Matteru is the character relations, especially between the male and female lead. They both star a simple minded teenage male who one day stumbles across a strange girl who turns his world upside down. Together with a charming cast of supporting characters, the new group of friends learn about each other through each laugh and cry.
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
In both series, one of the main protagonists suffers an event from the past and continues to faces it in present times.
Both series also takes place at a school setting where there is comedy, drama, and romance. Of course, there are other characters involved that stirs this up.
Both series involves a group of characters at school facing various challenges everyday.
Both series has random amusing scenes that comes from imaginations/thoughts.
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.
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.
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.
Both have chuunibyou main characters.
Both of the chuunis are treated, and act like children at times and act quite adorably.
Both have plenty of comedy elements but KonoSuba is more of a Comedy Chuunibyou.
The chuunibyou tenancies in Chuunibyou play a much more important role while in KonoSuba they're more for a comedic effect.
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.
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.
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).
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!
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.
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.
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 of them a lot.  read more
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 about a few kids who have been exposed to "8th grade syndrome" (as it is called in the dub). Their experiances together help them develop and look inwards at themselves, and see what they really want from life. In the case of assassination classroom, Koro-sensai helps these kids turn into adults, while in Chuunibyou, it is their friendship that helps them develop and change.
So both are about people growing and changing through experiances, both are are comedic, and both are great anime. You'll probably like one if you liked the other, because though they are similar, they are also refreshingly different. read more
+ 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
- The male leads are very different
- Chu2 has drama in addition to the comedy as well as more of an actual story
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.
-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
-Chuunibyou has more romance than Soul Eater NOT
-Chunnibyou has a male protagonist
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 .
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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...
Rikka and Rei are very much alike considering the fact that they both wear eye patches and are kuderes .
They both had some psychological themes and drama.
There are references to Evangelion as well.
Yutta and Shinji can't make up their minds of what they want in life.
They both have amazing art styles,character development,action scenes,and amazing osts.
They both are really amazing anime and I think Chuunibyou is like Evangelion in some way
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.