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Eikoku Koi Monogatari Emma: Molders-hen


Alternative Titles

English: Emma: A Victorian Romance Season Two
Japanese: 英國戀物語エマ ~メルダース編~

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 17, 2007 to Jul 3, 2007
Premiered: Spring 2007
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: None found, add some
Studios: Ajia-Do
Source: Manga
Duration: 25 min. per ep.
Rating: G - All Ages

Statistics

Score: 7.951 (scored by 8,124 users)
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Ranked: #6382
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Popularity: #3296
Members: 17,067
Favorites: 72

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Both have the same feel of atmosphere around them. Gosick works more on detective and the supernatural while with Emma, it's more focused around a love story. 
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These two series have quite the similar setting and atmosphere, however with Eikoku Koi Monogatari Emma: Molders-hen it is more focused around a love story compared to Dantalian no Shoka where it is more focused on action. 
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The atmosphere and setting are both the same although with Kuroshitsuji it's focused around a butler and the supernatural were Emma it's around a maide and a love story. 
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The atmosphere and setting are both the same although with Kuroshitsuji it's focused around a butler and the supernatural whereas in Emma, it's around a maid and is a love story. 
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Romantic shows that start off with a heroine who works hard, being modest and very strong willed, not easily mislead by attractive bishounens (until the very end of course they cannot lie to themselves as they are madly in-love with them too, mutual feelings) which from the start the (typically rich and handsome) protagonist had his eye on the heroine and persistently chased after her until the end. Of course there being a few complications and romantic rivals which actually (as usual) persuaded the main characters to FINALLY be together and confess their love, Maid-sama is a little bit more immature in comparison but  read more 
report Recommended by mahoeshoujo
Forbidden romances, similar characters (Romeo=William, Hermione=Eleanor, Lord Montague=Viscount Campbell, etc.), both inspired by English stuff (Shakespeare plays and maids, respectively) and both really good drama-romances! 
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