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Ore, Twintail ni Narimasu.


Alternative Titles

English: Gonna be the Twin-Tail!!
Synonyms: Ore, Twin tails ni Narimasu.
Japanese: 俺、ツインテールになります。

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 10, 2014 to Dec 26, 2014
Premiered: Fall 2014
Broadcast: Fridays at 01:46 (JST)
Licensors: Funimation
Studios: Production IMS
Source: Light novel
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 6.691 (scored by 37,853 users)
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Ranked: #48072
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Popularity: #938
Members: 95,161
Favorites: 374

Recommendations

Both are gender bender anime that revolve around a guy transforming into a magical girl. Both will make you question you sexuality  
report Recommended by BoredAnimeJunkie
Both have fetish as their main theme, and both have the same bad guys whom were much enjoyable than the protagonist. But KRD was more of ecchi while OTN was more about gender bender. 
report Recommended by Mugen900
Similarities : Both have a girl with white hair that falls in love at first sight with the main character. The main character from Ore, Twintails ni Narimasu looks similar with Cthuko from Haiyore! Nyaruko-san , when he is in his girl form. Both anime have good comedy. Both anime have aliens. 
report Recommended by JokerDBlue
Both shows are ecchi parodies of popular genres. Ore, Twintails ni Narimasu parodies live-action tokusatsu shows like Super Sentai. Moetan parodies magical girl shows. The emphasis rests on fairly nonsensical storylines, and they both regularly state that the audience should just accept what's going on without thinking about it too much. They're both pretty fun, but they certainly won't be to everyone's tastes. 
report Recommended by smileyboyrocks
- MSO (MC is Girl), K (MC is boy) - MC get powers only while transformed in his opposite gender. In both shows, MC didn't knew about that before accepting. - MC's best friend (who is in love with him/her) is also given the same power too to help and protect MC. - Both shows are absurd in their own way. OreTwi features twintails (a lot) and MHO breaks all stereotypest with the magical mascot, enemies, among other - Both shows are a non stop comedy. 
report Recommended by fourd444
This show has twintails. Sadly, that's probably not the reason why you would want Koukaku no Pandora, as android lesbians don't equate to super sentai twintail fighters. What they do have in common, however, is this laid back comedy approach. These shows aren't taking themselves seriously, which can be an okay factor, but definitely a warning to others whom aren't ready for boring repeating episodes. Expect some comedy, some bad episodes, ecchi humor and lesbian fun, but nothing too serious and everything with responsibility. If you're into the one, you might get some fun from the other. While they're completely different in story, comedy and characters, you  read more 
report Recommended by rsslayersr
Parodies of magical girl anime. OreTwi focuses on the power of twin-tails and using that to fight against giant creatures out to steal people's various attributes, be they of twin-tails, girlyboys, or glasses. And while most of the group is female, the main fighter is a guy who turns into a girl when he puts on his Tail Gear. Binan Koukou, on the other hand, is basically a magical boy anime that does nothing but make ridiculous fun of the entire magical girl genre, from the cute animal mascot to the monsters of the week to the transformation scenes - they're still guys, but dressed  read more 
report Recommended by Numi
Both feature a Demi obsessed(Demi-chan) or a twintail obsessed (Ore, Twintail ni Narimasu) main protaginist.  
report Recommended by CraigCongdon
Both are episodic, monster-of-the-week series about super power users, both with skeletal main plot. Both contain some fanservice, and both are intended parodies of the 'it's so stupid it's hilarious' kind. Both explore single joke for most of their run. While their underlying jokes are completely different, both series hinge upon one finding the joke good enough to sustain their attention for the whole 12 episodes. 
report Recommended by awerture
If you like the character traits and the comedy in twintails, you'll probably get on well with Konosuba. Comedy-wise, the way both shows subvert the expectation of events is similar, and character-wise there's a lot of good parallels between Darkness and Erina (for example). 
report Recommended by TheMuseChaotic
-Villain of the week type series -Lots of action -Alien(but not)- like creatures 
report Recommended by MoaMahriMatoro
Main Character is a boy and gets paired with girls like a harem. The MC gains power he didn't know how to use but tends to get use to it to protect girls with twin tailed hair. Awesome mecha anime and too much twintail attractions! 
report Recommended by HorribleLoli
Zettai Seigi Love Pheromone and Ore, Twintail ni Narimasu are both magical-girl style shows that have more sci-fi/mecha inspiration than fantasy inspiration. The anime and characters are pretty goofy, and they both have a certain amount of fanservice. 
report Recommended by Noodle070
Both started with 3 Main Characters Both share the same power source (such as "Courage, Friendship, Love, and Hope") Daisuke and Souji share the same tipical characteristic, such as careless, short-minded, wants-to-be-popular, also each of them has somekind of fetish that are really not ordinary in some Souji(Tailred)'s battle sequence in Ore Twintails ni Narimasu, it reminds me of Wargreymon vs BlackWargreymon battle 
report Recommended by Kouji_Akiyama13
Both shows feature girls in specialized battle suits warding off alien invaders. Vividred is more serious, while Twintails is more comedic. Fanservice also seems to be a (significant) part of either show. 
report Recommended by Firelord76
Both series are one-dimensional comedies that rely on a single joke to carry the show forward 
report Recommended by Valkqt
This is my first recommendation Both are alike in terms of plot (armored girls with weapons) , but there is a difference , in Ore twintails there's gender bender , nevertheless Ore ,twin tails have comedy unlike Symphogear. Thanks for reading. 
report Recommended by ERSZWON33
Both anime have male characters that transform into magical girls. Twintails is more of a sci-fi magical girl show while Sailor Stars is more of a "magic" mahou shoujo. They both have a "monster of the week" feel.  
report Recommended by Noodle070
Both series focus on super heroes fighting ridiculous bad guys and are rife with comedy and situations that make you want to facepalm. OreTwi is more magical girl style with the main protag being a guy who is turned into a girl when he transforms, whereas Samurai Flamenco focuses more on a tokusatsu type vigilante super hero who's an average joe pretty boy model, but Samumenco does also have some magical girl vigilante super heroes of the more down to earth type as well. 
report Recommended by Numi
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. Similarities over-view: -Good-guyish MC -Funny as hell -Good OP and ED, a bit similar. -Harem -Both perverted MC -Both animu has 'unique' girls -Romcom -Both are PRETTY DAMN GOOD. Differences: -You can guess.... One has the MC fighting  read more 
report Recommended by Kaaazukiii