-Typical School life, Romance, Comedy, Same VIBES
-Both guys in anime knows the secrets of the main girl and can black mail her anytime
-Both guys are sadists in some degree (as in teasing)
-Both guys in the anime are both the hottest guy in the whole entire school, all the girls like him
You get a very similar feeling to Kaichou wa Maid-sama when watching Ookami Shoujo. The main male character is a similar to Kaichou's in the sense that they're both "good looking" guys that everyone else in the school adores. They both don't really care about others, but does care a lot for the female protagonist and protects her. They also both tease the female protagonist as well (a lot meaner teasing in Ookami), but it's obvious something is going to grow between them.
Only difference I see is that Kaichou has a strong female protagonist that can only be beat by the male, whereas Ookami's female protagonist is sort of weak emotionally and is somewhat of a pushover.  read more
Both male character use a secret they found about the main female to their advantage or blackmailing. These two deal with comedy, romance, and in both shows one of the character refuses to accept the other, in Kaichou wa Maid-sama is the girl, in Ookami Shoujo is the guy. School setting, same vibe.
Both shows creates the same feeling.
-Misaki and Erika both have secrets they want to hide.
-Both male Protagonists tries to be helpful and caring at times
[Usui is more of a character that enjoys watching Misaki be herself whereas Sata is more of a sadist who enjoys watching Erika suffer]
-Both Male characters looked up upon and have power over the other students
-Both stories are set in a modern society where the characters attend highschool
>when You are watching ookami,You'll eventually feels like watching KwMS. Both of them are giving same heart-warming rom-com vibes which You'll found in most shoujo anime yet it makes You like,no,love it and crave for more because of its own story.
>their art is similar,like how Ookami main characters' (Both Male and Female) design resembles the one in KwMS
>The characters' trails and the plot are also similar in some ways :
~~~Male MC found out the female MC secret and chose to not exposed it and for return the favor,the male MC chose a way which lead both of them to hang out together (ookami = sadistic way ; KwMS = stalker/masochistic way)
~~~one of main character pretends to rejecting the other (Ookami= the guy ; KwMS = the girl) but they are just dishonest and don't mind having other MC around them. Instead,one of the MC will feels uneasy and lonely if the other Mc isn't around
~~~Both male MC are popular guys with outstanding handsomeness which makes all girls fell head over heels for them and Both female MC are average-looking girls which make everyone wondering the hell outta them, "why on earth a prince like him want to date an average-looking girl like her??"
~~~Both male MC have similar design just with differents eyes' color (Ookami = red ; KwMS = green) and Both female Mc have similar design (until the point erika cut her hair)
~~~Both male MC have dark/sad childhood past because of family and both of female MC cheer and help them to get it over with
>Both of them have good opening and ending songs
>Both of them started off interesting and ended in a moe scene <3
Well,both of them have many similarities so basicly,if you like one of them then you'll like another one! :)
*P.S : My deepest apologize if there are grammar and spelling mistakes in this review. Well then,HAve a good time watching! ^^ read more
Both are romantic comedy, with more comedy than roman. Both are shoujo anime. The protagonists of both, have a similar relationship: In both, the male protagonist is tall, blond, and have fun teasing the heroine.
Similar storyline and characters. Both involve the main narration of the female lead and her love interest with a boy from the same school. Both interesting stories, with slightly different approaches.
Both follow a girl MC who is in some way being teased by a popular boy, who holds a secret of some sort, whether it's straight lies, or working at a maid cafe. Through the teasing of the boy, the boy starts to realize their feelings towards the main character. Both are very cute, and some funny bits mixed in.
Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji It belongs to the same genus of Kaichou wa Maid-sama!... It's a Shoujo anime.
The characters in both animes are similar esthetically and comedy pervades the whole story.
Another similar feature is the inner struggle of the protagonists to express their true feelings. Through this internal struggle and recognition of the efforts of both, the characters become able to grow as a person and change their lives and relationships. It's a short anime with big lessons.
I love anime that begins by getting me to hate one character, but then makes me fall in love with the same character. I also love how relationships that begin through blackmail seem so much more possible in anime, than real life. There is so much character development in both shows, and we come to understand what makes the characters act the way they do. We come to realize why they are in the predicaments that they are in.
Both animes include a prominent male figure who knows what he wants and what he has to do to get it. The female protagonists are very different in character, but you'll find that the relationship that stems between the two main characters in both shows is quite similar.
Both anime are similar by having a blonde hair male protagonist. In both anime they shared similarities to one another where both the male protagonist teases the female protagonist. Only difference between the two anime is in Kaichou Wa Maid Sama! the male protagonist is trying to make the female character fall in love with him while in Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji it's the other way around where the female character wants to make the male character fall in love with her.
- Both are shoujo high school romcoms.
- Both have female characters who falls for the egoistical MC and have to work hard to prove their love for them, and to earn it back.
- Both male characters have a twisted personality but that's because of their twisted past.
- Both female characters befriend girls who aren't actually their friends. It's just a convenient give-and-take type of relationship.
- The female characters realize their bad habits and work hard to change themselves.
While Ao Haru Ride is more of a SOL, Ookami Shoujo leans to a comedic side. Still, both of these are entertaining shows. Considering the similarities, fan of one series might enjoy the other one.
+ Both Shoujo's based off a manga.
+ Both have a freshmen in high school setting.
+ Both have brown-haired female MC with social issues.
+ Both have problems with making friends.
+ Both have a "cool" "handsome" male love interest that messes with MC.
+ Both are trying to appeal to the male love interest and understand them.
Anime dealing with friendship and romance. Main female from both anime pretends to be someone they are not. They make friends with the wrong people. The main love interest shows her the truth. The main guy in one series is calm, cool, and straight forward. The other is a sadist. The relationship in both anime start off rocky but as they get to know one another, fall madly in love with each other.
•both are the typical shoujo highschool romantic anime that appear in every anime season, which includes all of the following drama that comes along with it, so expect the expected, but theres always a few new scenarios which make it still fresh and anew
•both main protagonists are of your somewhat typical girl who just wants to fit into a group of friends who they can relate to, boost there self esteem, undermine her so she doesnt stand out, be a part of something, belonging to a group, such is the harsh life of the female life in highschool
•both romantic situations are completely different but they will probably end up all the same, as most of the romances do, they eventually end up together..
•they are very similar in the fake personality of the protaginst in the beginning and finding themselves in unwanted circumstances with the male protagonist eventually realizing they like each other.  read more
Similar story with similar male leads, really lovely female leads (though I like Erika just a bit more), great art and wonderful soundtracks (Ookami shoujo just has a nice piano theme and ambiance but Ao Haru Ride's entire soundtrack is utterly magical).
Ao Haru Ride is basically Ookami Shoujo but with a less Sado-masochistic couple and nicer soundtrack. Personally I prefer Ookami Shoujo though, but both are nice.
Also, Ookami Shoujo has better ending.
Blue Spring Ride is a fantastic shoujo series done well even with the commonly seen tropes. It deals how misunderstandings and not being honest with yourself and others can heavily effect relationships you have with your friends and love ones. The main female lead at the start takes on a persona that is not true to herself and it causes her problems along the journey but from the help of her true friends and the person she loves, she is able to come to terms with being her true self and to express her feelings. This goes for the same for the main female lead in Wolf Girl and Black Prince. The male lead in Blue Spring Ride is rather calm, cool and collected and is the complete opposite of the Male lead in, Wolf Girl and Black Prince who is a sadist but what they both have in common is they also are not being completely honest with themselves and with their loves ones. Wolf Girl and Black Prince tends to lean on a more less lighter tone and the comedy side of things, as the series goes on, the main characters together break down these walls. read more
[x] Similar art style
[x] Male lead that isn't intuned with his emotions
[x] happy go lucky female lead
[x] both female leads have trouble sorting out their real friends
[x] Shoujo audience
Ao Haru Ride is a bit more slow placed than Wolf girl and Black Prince, Ao Haru Ride focuses more on friendship building than romance for the most part. Wolf girl and Black Prince is also well laced with comedy so it gives it an added spice from the typical Shoujo anime.
These are both Shoujo anime that feature a distant and crass male lead with a tragic familial backstory and an extremely energetic, persistent, and stubborn female lead that will stop at nothing to win the heart of their loved one. Ookami Shoujo is more comedy focused, and the male protagonist is particularly cruel towards the female protagonist but warms up as the series progresses. Ao Haru Ride focuses more on friendship and rebuilding what has been lost to time, in terms of emotions and relationships, and not so much romance. If you're a fan of one, you will almost definitely like the other.
They are both shoujo's with very colorful characters in them along with them being in a high school setting. Also both main character's are trying to impress the people they consider friends at the beginning by lying about themselves, only to develop more as a person as the story continues.
If you liked either of these you are going to like the other.
It's a really nice story about romance that will keep you wanting to see more on how the relationship progresses i really recommend this to everyone.
Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji is one of your typical shoujo anime just like Ao Haru Ride. They have different stories, but the both are the lovely buildup of the main couples and seeing their love grow stronger by passing obstacles together.
How is this not on here !!!
Some aspects are similar to this series
Just like this one the MC has to deal with an asshole crush.
Both eventually start getting closer as the series goes on.
These are both in a school setting, however this goes beyond school
and into university and then adulthood.
Apart from the shoujo aspect, the school setting, the romcom, the most notable similitude is that the main characters in both anime have a similar relationship. The guy is cold and the girl insists to gain the love of the guy.
- Both are shoujo
-Both have the main guy act high and mighty, but on this one He is the smartest, popular guy in school, that's the only difference but in both the guy is an a**hole and have that superiority complex thinking the girl will never leave them no matter how they'll treat them.
- In both the girl is obviously very much in love with the guy and will do anything to make them fall for them, also they are very naive and gullible and they are not that smart, they will follow them no matter how awful they are being treated
- In both the guy will only be nice to the girl right after something ugly happens that will jeopardize their "relationship" (if there is proper one) and where he is the one that caused it all and then the girl after being hurt all that time will forgive anything bad he did to her right away and start all over again, only for the story to repeat again. read more
Both involve a girl who is madly in love with an aloof, cold-hearted guy. In itakiss, the girl has been in love since the beginning but with ookami shoujo, she falls in love through the anime.
In the end, both guys learn to love and end up falling for the girls and although they are together, they can still be cold-hearted at times.
1. Both main characters are females and are a little clumsy but has a good heart
2. The main male lead are both a tease and annoying at the beginning but then develops feeling for the heroine
Itazura na kiss I believe is more serious in some episodes and more realistic in portraying romantic relationships while ookami is more light-hearted and girly.
The romance in both stories has an almost immediate entrance, which opens up to a lot of interaction between the characters and hilarities ensues. Plus the male leads both has more to them than their looks.
-there is a cold main character who finds the other characters annoying
-the rolls are just practically reversed
-the animation is very similar
-it is also taken about in a light, comedic way
-it had very sweet moments
-the guy was very protective of the girl
-there was some cute bickering
Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji and Sukitte Ii na yo are similar in many ways:
I. ) The main male character is manipulative against the main female character.
II. ) The main female character falls for the male's manipulation.
III. ) The main male character is loved by all the girls in the area because of his looks.
IV. ) There are many ups and downs in the relationship but somehow manage.
That about sums up both animes' plots. I told it indirectly so it doesn't ruin it for you. But both anime are awesome either way.
The main character is an unpopular girl that loves the hottest guy in school. Though his character is sadistic and treats the girl like a dog as a reward for posing as her boyfriend they soon fall in love with each other.
This anime is the first one that came in my mind when i saw Sukitte li na yo and i highly recommend you watch it.
The romance in both of these anime is extremely cute yet slightly cringe worthy at times. If you're not a fan of secondhand embarrassment these shows probably aren't for you. Ookami shoujo to kuro ouji is my favorite shoujo/romance of all time. I felt that the premise was unique even within the romance genre and the endings were satisfying and well executed (although I'm still hoping for a season 2 for both shows).
Both of the series have one of the lead characters chasing for the love of the other in "Say I love you" it is Yamato who wants Mei to admit that she loves but she is too embarrassed to say it, "Wolf girl and black prince" it is the exact opposite it is Erika that wants to hear the 3 magic words from Kyouya who is shy to say them. Both stories end with the shy leads finally admitting that they are in loves with their significant others (however it happens earlier in "Wolf girl" than in "Say I love You")
If you're looking for another awesome romance anime, that will make your heart skip a beat, then this series is the one for you! Although there are some flaws within the anime, I still enjoyed this series. If you're just a casual anime fan, than more the reason you need to watch this anime, right now!
-Both have males who dominate/control the main female
-Both have a nice, cheerful, happy-go-lucky school girl as the main female
-Both have a bad boy falls for good girl romance story
-The guy is cold and teasing to the girl despite his love for her.
-Only Tomoe isn't a sadist and has more personality.
These two series are extremely similar in both their overall atmosphere, the main characters personality types and their actions.
Both titles include a slow growing romance between your typical happy, care-free female character who pursues a very handsome troublemaker who acts as a dismissive and bossy tsundere towards their counterpart.
The female lead has a crush on the male lead in which the male lead is somewhat an "asshole" to her. However, they eventually start becoming closer and slowly develop the same feelings for each other.
Both also include a fair amount of comedy in each with gorgeous art to compliment the series.
Kareshi Kanojo no Jijou is most likely one of the inspirasons to Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji they have many simmuler trades, and if you have seen one you are sure to remeber simuleretis from the other one
They have a very similar plot but include two people pretending to be in a relationship. They also both comprise of at least one character that is all around lying about their personality, status or experiences.
They both are profoundly romantic as well as hilarious.
Both series have similar endings (no spoilers tho).
One of the critical differences is art. While Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji is full of vibrant colors, Kareshi Kanojo no Jijou's art is duller. The quality of the art is most likely a product of the times and doesn't affect the quality of the show very much.
The characters personalities also play a significant role. Thought each of the main characters real traits are somewhat similar, both characters are a lot meaner in Kareshi Kanojo no Jijou. In Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji, only one of the characters has a nastier personality. read more
In both anime are school romance.
In both anime are love not corresponded correctly on behalf of the girl.
In both anime sometimes the masculine protagonist is equal of indifferent.
In both anime are nice comedy.
Sorry for my bad english.
They both have the same genres: comedy and romance. They also have similar conflict/drama in them to make the plot more interesting. These two anime will leave you say "just one more episode" repeatedly, you won't regret watching them.
It has a similar feel to it like romance and friendship kind of way. Both guys are good looking and both girls have a proud attitude in front of everyone and lie about their feelings.
Diffence is that Binbougami ga! (Good luck girl) Is a shouen + more fantasy like whilst wolf girl and black prince is a shoujo and more lovey dovey like :)
-Both anime's focus on romance.
-Both couples run into troubles that could possibly break them apart.
-Both Anime's have beautiful art style.
-Both Anime's inspire.
While I watched Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji I was reminded of Akami no Shirayuki.
If you enjoyed Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji for the story of romance I can guarantee that you will love and enjoy watching Akami no shirayuki.
I know I did!
Surprised no one has made this recommendation yet.
Both anime start off the same - an average looking high school girl, under pressure from society/friends for being single, lies to her "friends" about her boy friend, who coincidentally is an extremely handsome man. So while everybody goes gaga over him, only his "girlfriend" knows the truth about his true nature as a person.
However, while Kare Baka is a mindless comedy meant for shits and giggles, Wolf Girl actually has a story that moves forward, with the biggest focus being on the developing feelings between our MC and her fake boyfriend.
Both of these shows revolve around the interesting relationship between the main characters. In Mayo Chiki, the main character stumbles across a secret and gets tied up into the schemes of his sadistic classmate (though that is only the bare bones spoiler free plot summary). On the other hand, Ookami Shoujo also has the sadistic type character in a commanding position over a girl who shares a harmful secret (for her) with him.
-Both are about relationships born from shared secrets
-Both have the sadistic type character
-Both share at least some element of romance
-Both maintain a comedic and light atmosphere
-Both are about high school relationships
An anime dealing with a sadist and masochist relationship. The role of the dog is reversed. Sakurai does the voice of the male lead. He is no longer the dog but the sadist. Both anime are romcom but Ookami Shoujo has more romance than Inu.
Well I think mostly the male characters show some similarities.
These guys all have this "gentle and loveable" image on the outside with fake smiles but can be total teasers to the female lead!
I think Kyoko from Skip Beat is a bit more "agressive" than Erika from Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji. Still both are lovely and kind of unique shown female main characters!
Both animes have great comedy, romance and shoujo elements.
And I'm pretty sure that if you loved one you'll like the other as well!
They are my top, favorite romance anime! Amazing romance, beautiful girl and guy, challenges, love triangle, and more. Ookami Shoujo is really funny also, so good choice if you looking for more than romance.
They are both comedy, romance and school animes.
Both male MC-s are not in love with heroine at first.
Adagaki from Masamune is not interested in boys, because she thinks boys will just use her. And Sata from Ookami is not interested in girls, because he thinks girls are not taking relationship seriously.
Also in both animes new love rival appears.