It seems like the gods loves to ruin MC life, screw it in one way or another.
While in HenNeko you have to be careful of what you wish for, in NouKome you have to be careful of what you choose. In the end, these decisions would affect their life, in various unthinkable way.
If you're fond of rom-com with slight bit ecchi and supernatural, I'd recommend this to you.
The very first time I watched NouKome reminded me of HenNeko. These two anime are very alike in so many ways. Youto Yokodera (HenNeko) and Amakusa Kanade (NouKome) are alike in the sense that they are both cursed and make many wrong decisions which they soon regret afterwards. Tsukiko Tsutsukakushi (HenNeko) and Furano Yukihara (NouKome) are also alike in the sense that they are in love with the main male character and have trouble conveying their feelings for them. Plot-wise, I say you give them both a try as they are both in the same level. Comedy-wise, well, I must say that NouKome is funnier since the main character is forced to make decisions that do not go by social standards.  read more
Similar concepts in both series. A higher power influences the lives of the characters. The protagonists of both series are forced into ridiculous situations which they have to find their way out of. Both shows are full of random comedy.
Both anime protagonists suffer from a supernatural mental disability which hinders their social skills; this concept leads to many misunderstandings and much more comedic moments, which will certainly make the viewer certainly laugh and cringe.
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.
In both anime, the protagonist has to deal with a supernatural limitation placed on him from the cat deity but interacts more with a cute girl (romantic interest) due to that. Comedy plays a big part in both anime but they tend to have different types of humour (but both have focus on situational humour).
But, Hentai Ouji has more focus on romance and the main character is more heavily focused on the idea that he's a pervert. Otherwise, Nyan Koi is a good extension for those seeking a romantic comedy with some supernatural cat powers.
* Both have seriously hilarious Perverted MC's [ Youto & Issei ]
* Both Male MC's does & says dumb things....[which makes you laugh hard]
* Both has kinda polygamic relationships in these series...
* Both series has so called !PLOT!...
* Nice OP's which will add nice mood...
The biggest difference between this series that Highschool DxD relies on fanservice...while HOtWN only in Supernatural things...[no freakin fanservice????? Agony ]
In a way, I find these two series somewhat alike.
Both main protagonists from the series have frequent indecent thoughts of the main female characters. In particular, there are characters who berates him for it and calls him a 'pervert'.
The setting of both series also takes place in a school life environment where there is drama, comedy, and romance.
Both series also contains a supernatural theme added to them that seems to destiny that leads to the protagonist towards on what he is from the very first episode.
These two anime may not seem alike but they can relate. The male lead gets involved with supernatural things and meets a variety of girls who falls in love with him creating a harem. The male lead himself fantasizes stuff of the other female characters.
On the surface, these two anime are not too similar. However, both series involves a main guy who gets himself caught up with numerous misunderstandings with the female cast but seemingly attracts their attention.
The main male protagonist in both series seems to be normal but has 'delusions' , usually regarding one of the main girls in the series. However, they are honest and is always helpful to those around them.
Both series features supernatural elements in a high school life setting. This brings out the drama, comedy, and romance from both Kore wa Zombie Desu ka? and Hentai Ouji to Warawanai Neko.
They are both produced by the same company: J C Staff. The main characters from both series act similar in way. Also they have similar a atmosphere and execution. They are also both humorous and emotional.
Well in technical terms, both series are handled by J.C. Staff who are known to deal with series related to high school drama in a lighthearted mood.
There's the main male protagonist who has an unusual relationship with the main female protagonist in both series. Among other things, the same voice actress plays the a female protagonist from both series who both have petite figures and unusual personalities.
Both series seems to have a slow paced romance drama with the main male protagonist being part of the mix. He also gets caught into many misunderstandings whom often berates him for his behavior.
Both series also have humorous moments with the illustrations and gags. read more
Both anime give same first impression : Hilarious and pervert
Both anime give same feeling when you watch throughout the series : Heartwarming and have deep relationship between character
Both anime give same final impression : Fantastic series and very highly recommended to watch!!!
Comedy anime with supernatural facts, It´s agood way to resume both animes.
Both animes has a perverted character and one or two loli character, but while hentai ouji has some fanservice, kotuora-san doesn't.
I enjoyed both the same, so if you liked one i recommend watching the other too.
They don't have the same premise but both Kokoro Connect and Henneko reflects on experiences of youth. From those experiences includes romance that details of a main male protagonist and the interactions he has with girls and friends.
There is supernatural themes in both series that takes on a more abnormal way of expressing youth. There is also a lot of catchy dialogues and cute moments. Both series are also lighthearted but at times contain emotional moments as well.
They both take place at a school life setting with misunderstandings ensuring.
The art is great and cute in both anime. Though the main reason of thinking that these series are similar, is that there is some higher power, making the show supernatural and the lives of characters more difficult. In Hentai Ouji it's a "stony cat", that makes their wishes come true, and this anime is more comical and funny, while Kokoro Connect is more dramatic and "the phenomenon" is messing their lives up so bad.
(Both are great shows worth watching, though Kokoro Connect is better, I think.)
Although the premise is different, both series involves a main male protagonist in a school life environment where he gets caught up with a group of girls with conflicting personalities.
Despite this though, the girls becomes fond of him. There's a lot of comedy present in both anime through the usage of gags and dialogues. Additionally, the main male protagonist often makes comments that makes the girls view him as a 'pervert'. However, they are deep down gentle and wishes to help others when they are in trouble.
The male leads are both perverts and have similar personalities.
They love ero, they can be very funny, they are surprisingly self-sacrificing, and they are incredibly glib, perhaps so much that their motives are surprisingly transparent to others.
For me, both series has a lighthearted atmosphere with many cute moments. The main female protagonist from both series are also petite and shy with imitations of cat/neko ears during various moments. The moments in both series are also cute and adorable at many occasions.
Both series also has inklings of romance and a lot of humor.
Both series also takes place in a school life setting~
- In both of the animes the main character girl reminds of a cat.
Personally I enjoy watching them both and they have the same type of humour, even though Acchi Kocchi is more light hearted than Hentai Ouji to Warawanai Neko.
The male leads get themselves involved with matters they probably should have left alone, be it time travel or making wishes on cat god statues, and set off to undoing the damage that has been done by their actions. Both are assisted in their quest by a girl they meet by pure chance.
Both anime have the same kind of feel to it, both include main characters that have no memories of the past and both overcome it all in the end. Both have lovely humour and truly interesting character development.
Both has Gods that Grant wishes in a messed up way that provides GREAT character development
Both has moe characters
Kamisama no Inai Nichiyoubi has a dramatic atmosphere that gives you great arcs and plot twists while Henneko gives you great comedy and dramatic parts that balances the feeling
Sunday Without God is more serious than the Hentai Prince so be prepared to adjust your feels
or if you are going to watch Henneko be warned that the Hentai Prince is a real Perv
date a live I&2 are very similar since they both a romantic comedy and have a main character who has multiple girls fall for him while never actually picking 1 to stay with however there is 1 out of the multiple girls that would be considered "the one" ie: tohka and Shido and tsukiko and youto
Let's face it, both animu has a pervert, a harem and both are pretty funny... We've got a fetish story plot in "Gonna be the twintails!" and we have a pervert wanting to be known. I'm actually quite surprised that no-one even thought of recommending this animu to this animu. Or we're all pretty damn lazy. I know I am... The opening and the endings are pretty good, they're a bit similar to each other but different.
-Funny as hell
-Good OP and ED, a bit similar.
-Both perverted MC
-Both animu has 'unique' girls
-Both are PRETTY DAMN GOOD.
-You can guess.... One has the MC fighting HORNY ASS LIZARDS while the other one is quite peaceful.
-Twintail has a gender-bender, HenNeko doesn't.
-No fighting in HenNeko read more
Main Protagonist is Male fixing issues of Girls who seem to have a crush on them
Issues from girls change the world slightly in a supernatural way
Both are Light Novel Adaptations
Have the same genres apart from Hentai Ouji to Warawanai Neko is also tagged as a Harem
* Both have similar genres and dialogues..[which is really boring]
* Both have to deal with weird wishes/supernatural beings...
* Harem starts from the 1st episode..[I'm talking about all Monogatari's of course]
* Both male MC's are seriously dumb...or dense af...
* both have likeable supporting characters [they're the only one who acts logical btw]
The main similarity beween these anime is that in both the main heroine is cursed and as a result they become unable to express their feelings, while inside they're both honest and open girls. In "Kokoro..." Jun loses her ability to speak, and in "hentai ouji" Tsukiko starts wearing only a cold and emotionless expression on her face.
Nisemonogatari, the hypothetical April fools anime that never was, probably would have been the perfect recommendation for fans of Hentai Prince. Both Nisekoi and Monogatari are high school harems. Nisekoi's plot revolves around the past that none of the main characters seem to fully remember or understand. Monogatari often has supernatural entities that cause unwanted consequences for the protagonist.
Both series are handled by J.C. Staff and taking place in a school life environment. The main male protagonist in both series also seem to be normal although he is ostracized by most of the other students for their "strangeness".
The main female protagonist in both series are also petite and forms a awkward relationship with the main male protagonist.
There is a lot of humor, drama, and romance present in both series.
In both series, the main characters become aware of an animal of some sort that can grant the characters any wish they want. And the characters don't really seem too concerned with this mysterious wish-granting device at all, until they make one and find out that they get more than they expected.
Just as Madoka's story runs deeper than your run-of-the-mill Mahou Shoujo, so does Henneko have a much deeper plot than you'd usually expect from a romantic harem comedy, and the deeper it goes, the more twisted it becomes.
Both shows are good for people tired of the cutesy magical girl shows or the usual harem comedies, where nothing really happens. Both stories tell you that you should be careful what you wish for. read more
It is almost the same thing. Romance comedy with a boy and two girls. He prefer the one with short brown hair, but he gets engaged with the blonde one with long hair. Suddenly appears a third girl, who claim his hand. The three girls love him, and he is undecided, but has a preference for the short haired one.
All main characters have selective memory, they don't remember when they were children, the one who remember is just the third girl.
The two shows have the same begin, trend, style and ending. There are very few differences: HenNeko has a supernatural component and is a bit more mature and lolicon, while Nisekoi is less mature and not lolicon. read more
Similar episode structure, between one light hearted otaku character (or in Stony Cat's case, a pervert), and two moe love interests (both have a dominatrix loli character that is upset at the fact that the other female lead is always in the way). Things eventually get surprisingly serious, and the main character makes heavy developments beyond his simplistic and comedic introduction.
The basic premise for each of these series is, a group of teenagers make wishes on a special stone/rock/statue, the wishes unexpectedly come true, hilarity ensues and/or lessons are taught. Henneko is the superior of the two, but Natsuiro Kiseki (Summer Miracle) still deserves some props for some interesting mini arcs.
Both shows have comedy, great art, the same voice actor for the male lead and a lot of loli fanservice.
HenNeko even references Ro-Kyu-Bu in episode 10, when Tsutsukakushi is throwing away Yokodera's ero magazines.
The 80's show Kimagure Orange Road has similarities with Hentai Ouji, with both involving a high-school love triangle and supernatural elements.
Things gets more similar towards the end:
*SPOILER* A time-travel to the past where they meet their younger selves. */SPOILER*