Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji

Wolf Girl & Black Prince

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Synonyms: Ookami Shoujo to Kuroouji, Wolf Girl & Black Prince
Japanese: オオカミ少女と黒王子
English: Wolf Girl & Black Prince
German: Wolf Girl & Black Prince
Spanish: Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji: Wolf Girl & Black Prince
French: Wolf Girl and Black Prince
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Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 5, 2014 to Dec 21, 2014
Premiered: Fall 2014
Broadcast: Sundays at 22:00 (JST)
Licensors: Sentai Filmworks
Studios: TYO Animations
Source: Manga
Genres: ComedyComedy, RomanceRomance
Theme: SchoolSchool
Demographic: ShoujoShoujo
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 7.071 (scored by 235999235,999 users)
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Ranked: #36202
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Popularity: #433
Members: 429,750
Favorites: 1,763

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Both have a handsome lead male finding out the deep secret of the female lead and using it to their advantage. The two main male leads look identical, though Usui is a tease while Sata is a sadist.  
report Recommended by komic
- 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  read more 
report Recommended by TragicRomance
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.  
report Recommended by kirito_boss
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. Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ 
report Recommended by HeyHarp
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. 
report Recommended by bimbambusse
-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.  
report Recommended by Kecchan
Female character who is constantly desperate to be popular is friends with people she hates. Also jumps between relationships with two guys. 
report Recommended by zperson5
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 
report Recommended by 5hadow1ce
Both have a popular male MC Both have female MC that got social problem at school The difference is how their feelings to each other develops 
report Recommended by Hentoki
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. 
report Recommended by Geroldo-Kun
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. 
report Recommended by Luminazvi
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. 
report Recommended by -Sonal-
girl falls in love with a guy, who seems to be nice and cute to other 
report Recommended by LyricsQueen
Romantic comedies that do not follow your typical shoujo story lines. The character Makoto reminds me of Kyoya as they are both very popular "mysterious" bishounens. 
report Recommended by retii
- Both have sadist & masochists - School/comedy - The girl is the sadist in MM!, the boy in Ookami - There are big differences between them even so, but both are still fun to watch 
report Recommended by ExiLec
-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!  
report Recommended by BlackLunar888
Both rom-coms are super toxic and use that as their comedy, whether viewers like to admit it or not. Both have 'messy' romance. Messy romance is definitely not for everyone, but it certainly has an appeal amongst those who do like it. 
report Recommended by Space_Boyfriend
this is an awesome anime, it's funny, cute, it has some sad moments and some happy ones. If you have not watched it already I recommend you to do so. Trust me you won't regret it. (*^▽^*)  
report Recommended by anniegela
Guys are both mean at first sight but love girl. Girl loves guy, declares her love, thinks she should give up and.....guy says he loves her back. 
report Recommended by AnimeHero0121
both main guys are jerks to the main girls to the point of being disturbing to watch at times, but girls are somewhat ok with this treatment, akkun to kanojo is a lighthearted show with plenty of comedic moments, its also very short so if you watched akkun to kanojo and want something similar but more serious i'd recommend ookami shoujo. 
report Recommended by asalkur
Both are cringe comedies about a socially awkward high school girl trying to gain acceptance. 
report Recommended by YuriSpacePirate
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 :) 
report Recommended by Angel-onpoint
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 
report Recommended by remorath
Plain Jane steals the heart of a known ikemen with a respective womanizer reputation. Both animes have one character who's head over heels over the other while the other is just mad confused, but presumably a relationship develops with some snarky energy 
report Recommended by Kaguyachinchin
Both have overly bi polar male leads. 
report Recommended by mikehen
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. 
report Recommended by iamKetranLang
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.  
report Recommended by AnimeFan500
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!  
report Recommended by Cazybunny
Is the same thing with them, because the heroine is a masochist that doesn't give up on her crush. 
report Recommended by Nemurasan
Both have handsome male protagonist with a dense girl lead. Not to mention both male leads like to tease the female lead. 
report Recommended by Xorcon
In both anime, the main characters have to pretend to be in a relationship. 
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