Both shows are about working in the anime industry and feature girls who are trying to break in and establish themselves in the industry. In Shirobako, the focus is on the overall anime production process while in Seiyu's Life, the focus is on the voice acting aspect.
#1. They both give insight of the anime industry. However, "Sore ga Seiyuu" focuses more specifically on Voice Acting and Voice Actors
#2. Besides giving insight, it also includes slice-of-life moments too. They both add as a comedic effect as well.
#3. Both main characters have "talking toys" that help go more in depth of the processes in the industry.
NOTE: The only huge difference (besides this one focusing on Voice Acting) is the art-style and animation.
While Shirobako is longer and more detailed, both give you a good look into the different aspects of the anime making process, while still being light-hearted. The colors are bright and the shows both follow female MCs who have difficulty deciding where they want their future to take them.
★Both of them have a group of young female protagonists, which strive to become successful in what they do and try their best in the anime industry
★Shirobako focuses on most of the processes which are involved in the making of anime
★Sore Ga Seyuu focuses on the voice acting part in the production of anime, while also
covering topics such as: web radio shows in Japan, idols, doing voice overs for tv programs, voice acting for drama CD's and others
★Both of them have the same atmosphere, setting, most of the action happening inside of a recording studio/ anime studio
★Both of them give important details on the roles of the people who work in the anime/voice acting industry
★Both of them are great if you want to find out more things about how anime is made
Both are feel-good shows about a group of girls struggling to achieve their dreams in the industry of anime. As the stories unfold, we are given snippets of the inner workings of the industry that produces the shows we enjoy. Shirobako shows us how an anime is produced from start to finish while Sore ga Seiyu details the world of voice acting. Learn more and appreciate the people in the industry with these shows.
-both are about seiyuus and their hard daily life
-while sore ga seiyuu takes a bit lighthearted approach, girlish numbers takes a more cruel and darker one (darker as in the essence, not the tone)
-nonetheless, both are very fun to watch
-the cast is fun and quirky. relatable characters in both
-both are about working society members
Both shows focus on three girls who get work together as seiyuu and end up forming an idol unit together. If you're interested in the seiyuu business, both shows will give you a little insight along with some humor.
Both series revolve around girls who want and try to succeed in the seiyuu business. If you are interested in the voice actresses' work and want to see the anime industry from a different perspective, you can give both of them a try!
Bakuman is based on a mangaka's daily life. Same with Seiyuu which is based off a Seiyuu's life. Both relate to the anime industry. We see how the world said thing is like and the hardships that come with it.
Both Involved Girls In A Work Place
Both Non Manga Time Kirara Series's
And Both Are Moe.
Sore Ga Seiyuu Is About Seiyuu's (Japanese Voice Actors), While Mangirl Is About Making Manga's, But Sore Ga Seiyuu Has 23 Minutes While Mangirl Has 3 Minutes
While it's only a supporting character trying to become a seiyuu in Sakurasou, both animes emphasize the theme about accomplishing your goals in certain fields of the entertainment industry like game design, VA, Manga and Animation. Also their struggle during this process has many similarities.
Further Sakurasou provides a wider variety on the romance aspect, which I strongly missed out in Sore ga Seiyuu.
The two series are both about younger girls entering the working life in specific branches, with all the responsibilities it entails. Even though they are educational, they still manages to be light-hearted Slice of Life series where the senpai's care about their kōhai's.
Both series present the lives of up and coming female stars in the Japanese entertaining industry. Sore ga Seiyuu is about the insides of the seiyuu industry, such as voice acting, units, etc. Comic Girls is more focused in the manga industry and the processes of making manga.
Both main characters have anxieties and big confidence issues because they don't know if they're gonna be stars at all, Futaba for SgS and Kaos-chan for CG. Futaba and Kaoruko have great female friends who support each other to consolidate themselves in their respective industries.
Like in Shonen Hollywood, the girls of Sore ga Seiyuu! are just trying to make it in one of Japan's biggest entertainment industries. However, instead of being an idol, it's voice acting! Join Futaba, Ichigo, and Rin as they gain experience in voice acting, grow closer together as a group, and even become an idol group. Like Shonen Hollywood, Sore ga Seiyuu! is dedicated to showing all aspects of a voice actor's life, including the most mundane things. If you enjoyed watching the boys of Shonen Hollywood struggle and overcome obstacles to be the best idols they can be, you will most definitely enjoy Sore ga Seiyuu! read more
* Same studio
* Same director
* Same female trio MC seiyuus/OP singers (Earphones, consisting of Rie Takahashi, Yuki Nagaku, and Marika Kouno)
* Both EDs usually vary on the music every episode
* Both contain outside references that most otakus can appreciate in every episode