A normal guy falls inlove with an alien girl. These girls don't know much about the planet Earth so they do some weird things while living at there "lover" place. Even through the guys don't have parents living at there house, so both of these animes are very similar...
The meet in when a naked girl appears out of nowhere in his bath-tub just like in the anime "girls bravo" and she want to stay on earth and have the boy all to her self and she is not human its the same kind of story in some ways but you can also cal it different...
Although they are both mostly filler, there are plenty of funny moments fused with top-notch ecchi, and even some romantic moments that tug on your heartstrings a bit, all fueled by a fun, light-hearted cast of characters. The plot of both shows centers around a love triangle between the lead male character who is a high school loner, a female classmate who has been friends with the guy for a while, and a ditsy pink-haired girl whose alien background throws the main characters on hilarious adventures.
Awkward male main character meets beautiful but airheaded girl from another planet/realm who begins living with him. She's unfamiliar with Earth's customs and standards of modesty and always embarrasses the main character or stirs up trouble with her antics, which become the subject material for most episodes. Slowly becomes a harem as her siblings/friends from her home planet are introduced and also live in the same household.
Very funny, cute characters and ecchi. And although both shows are mostly episodic, the endings of their second seasons both involve the girl getting taken away and everyone working to bring her back.
In both of these series the male MC starts to build up a harem of alien and Earth girls.
The MC get's into lots of "misunderstandings" which are used as comedy points.
All of the alien girls are a little awkward at adapting to Earthly cultures and social expectations.
* Both has weak & nearly useless Male MC's who meets clutzy female Alien and is living with her...
* Both are your usual fanservice/harem/comedy cartoons...
* Both alien girls have triangular shaped forehead marks..and some serious power to back up her innocent look....
* Both has great comedy moments, but at romance - they're below average (cringy moments)
* Akward MC's with annoying neighbors who likes to beat the sh*t out of them for no reason at all...
* Both has pre-2010 bgm's which is boom-boom-boom type of sounds (loved it )
* Both are pretty generic, even for their time with char designs/girl types/and overall story...(fanservice in both sucked)
* Recommending to people who isn't afraid of older series, or to people who are nostalgists like me (yup, older = better in my opinion) read more
Both animes the MC finds a alien girl, both have some romance and comedy [Girls Bravo is more on that way]. If you liked DearS, you will like Girls Bravo, even if this series has less plot, it is a series you will enjoy and laugh a lot
These anime's feature fairly pleasant males who are regularly misstreated by close females and have thus developed an 'allergy' to girls.
Unfortunately; they have no choice but to be around females.
Both are loaded with ecchi related missundersandings were a girl has more-or-less, indirectly set-up a scene to make the male to witness her exposed, only for him to then get attacked for being a pervert.
Mayo' epsiode one even re-cycled a Girl's Bravo scene (also episode one); girl calls guy a pervert and punches him after he walks in on her in the bathroom - dispite the fact that she's in his house, using his bathroom without letting him know she was even present.
If the above does it for you, then go for it and enjoy. ;) read more
One guy, lots of pretty girls; That's the way things work in in the lives of both main male characters. Both of them develop a certain relationship with one of the girls, but due to the other girls, other guys and various negative circumstances, those relationships just don't work out the way they're supposed to, which produces some hilarious moments. Furthermore, the main male characters get treated like living punching bags by most of the girls, for performing unintended perverted actions.
Some of you guys are probably wondering how Maria Holic and Girls Bravo are related to each other. Well both of the main protagonist break out in hives when ever they come in contact with the opposite sex. Both kinda focus around a main character trying to build up a harem. Well that's pretty much all I got for this one. There's probably some better recommendations out there, but I tried. Thanks for reading.
If ecchi is your thing, Girls Bravo takes many of the key features of Heaven's Lost Property and vice versa. You got your ecchi, your secondary protagonist from another world, your main protagonist who is bad with women, your tertiary protagonist who always beats up people (mostly the main character) who have the slightest perverted thoughts, etc. It's almost uncanny in it's similarity.
In both series, an alien girl accidentally came across the MC. Like SnO, in Girls Bravo you'll find lots of sexual comedy, and nonsensical situations that will make you laugh a lot. If you like that formula, you'll have a lot of fun watching Girls Bravo.
Comedy, romance, and a girl which accidentally enters the way of the main character, if you like this formula, you will like Girls Bravo. This series is more about (sexual) comedy, and less about plot, if you want to laugh a lot, watch this, you'll love it!
There is some kind of fantasy element in both. Cute girl likes tiny guy. Plot-wise, Girls Bravo is better although both series lack strong development. As for fan-service, it exists in both but Kanokon wins by far. Both are good for ecchi entertainment.
If you're looking for some fun ecchi, comedy, and romance, then these two title may evoke some interesting. Why? Let's see:
Both series deals with a protagonist having trouble with the opposite sex
Similar character appearance of main heroine
Enter of romance/love trials and misunderstandings
Both of these animes sets the scene with a random, almost alien girl being introduced to the protagonist. The girl is a complete airhead, and causes problems for the guy. There is a mother-figure who attempts to control the female lead, but never succeeds. This is a combination of comedy and what I guess you could call "alternate romance".
Freezing is like Girls Bravo but with more action and battles!
Oh and a storyline!
Around the same level of Ecchi but Freezing has more action in it while Girls Bravo centers on Ecchi mostly :3
If you liked either season of Girls Bravo, You will most likely enjoy Freezing :3
Both animes are ecchi/harem type.
The MC is surrounded by very good looking female characters.
The art style is very similar in both animes.
Both have their share of comedy and a lot of ecchi moments (and nudity).
Unpopular, often abused for comedy male lead character meets an extremely cute girl (fell from the sky or came from another planet) who starts living with him.
His harem builds up with girls who are all really cute and provide decent ecchi and fan service.
Ah! My Goddess isn't anywhere near as ecchi as Girl's Bravo, but the stories are remarkably similar. The main character is a guy, whose kind of a loser, meets a beautiful magical girl, they start living together, and slowly fall in love. Also, for some reason at the beginning of the series it just starts out with the main character and one girl, but as the series continues the number of girls on the show continues to increase.
Both animes are packed with romance, laughter, and a little bit of sex.
They are both about a pink haired girl from another planet coming to earth and meeting a weak male protagonist that has an illness and falling in love with one another. Both have some comedy and eechi elements to them.
These anime both have a sudden girlfriend appearances in them. In shuffle it is them wanting to marry the male lead when in girls bravo they want to date him. Girls bravo has a lot more fan serve in it than shuffle. Both also have magic. In girls bravo that magic is mostly black magic though when in shuffle it is not. Both are harem anime. They are both funny a lot of the time.
Both have a similar humour style - that same random, perverted, and generally crazy funniness is present in both. Also both are harem in a sense, except that in Girls Bravo the main focus is on a guy, whereas in He is My Master, the main focus is on a girl. Chances are if you liked one, you'll like the other.
Both shows are based on a plot revolving around accidental interstellar travel of one or more of the main characters. Both shows have a lot of slapstick, ironic, ridiculous, and bizarre humor that you can't help but to laugh at while you think how ridiculous and bizarre it seems. Both shows also have a lot of ecchi topics. While Girls bravo has more blatant nudity, Those Who Hunt Elves has more foul language.
Both shows have a second season that finishes up the series but doesn't really finish the storyline.
Both have a super lame main character that travels to a fantastic world with super hot chicks that for some strange reason likes the patetic loser. In Rosario + Vampire however the main character improves a little in the lasts episodes and in girls bravo the main character remains being a loser even in the secon season, lets hope that in the new season of R + V the guy becomes a true man and also in R + V the trama improves a little too at the end so the second season could be a better one.
Both series provides good laugh tho, so u can watch it to do so and to see hot girls read more
They both have fan-service and treat it like a breathing machine.
They have, overall, decent plots and have characters that are, for the most part quite enjoyable.
Yumeria's plot is largely drawn out and boring, and GB is slice-of-life and is slightly more interesting.
'To Love-Ru' series and 'Girls Bravo' series are about a mysterious pink-haired space girl who fall in love with a guy who isn't too girl friendly. Both series are comedy, harems and offer a good amount of ecchi for the viewers.