Both are pure service anime made for your amusement. Yes, there is harem as well as overly jiggly boobs. If you liked Rosario+Vampire, then you'll love Tu-LOVE-Ru, or otherwise. The female lead role both have lovely pink hair.
Same kind of harem comedy with a lot of ecchi and fanservice in it but absolutely nothing that can be considered story that took more then 5 minute to think of.
Both also havea pink haired female lead character.
So if you can enjoy one of them you'll probably also like the other.
They are both heavily ecchi oriented and with a bit of comedy added in. Both of the series focused more on the fanservice than on the story, which made the story very thin. They also have a pink haired female lead character.
They both have people fighting over the same person.Well in these cases, they have a group of high school girls fighting over one boy. They are both very funny, good story lines, and have really good endings. They dont just suddenly end like some others do. :>
You like stories that started from a "fated encounter" one day? Then look no further than this two harem, comedy, romance, and school setting centered series. The male protagonist of both series has this kind of encounter that changed their life forever. The main difference though is the scenario, one is that of a supernatural encounter and the other is an extraterrestrial-life encounter.
Most of the girls in both these anime are not human and are from another area. The male protagonist are human and find themselves in a situation they are unable to get out of. The girls he meet are totally kawaii and it seems the male protagonist reached far within their heart in order for them fall in LOVE HIM WITH ALL THEIR MIGHT. The difference is the location they take place in.
To love-Ru (one of my top 3) is a story about a kid named Rito Yuuki who is desperately in love with haruna sairenji, later on in the first episode (spoiler) a girl named Lala from the planet deviluke teleports into his bath unexpectedly. now the similarities in these two shows comes down to a very fine line. both of the shows take place in highschool and in both shows the people (other then the main character) are aliens/monsters. both of these shows revolve around a shy, inept main character that doesn't know how to make up his mind to even save his life. i highly recommend watching To Love-Ru if you haven't already.
The main male character in these series got off in a weird start when he met a girl with some strange characteristics. Similar wise, the female character has a characteristics of a pink hair, innocent, and somewhat lovable personality and a school filled with comedy moments. The male character, at first felt confused and frightened, but soon will get used later on. Expect some romance, and some supernatural elements on the story.
The lead, Tsukune and Rito that is, are both shy and kind. Both animes are harem, and they both have the female lead, lala and moka that is, to be a sweet, emotional and optimistic girl with long pink hair and green eyes. Their both kind of the fantasy, romance, comedy, school, shounen and of course ecchi genre. I think they both have a good story line/plot, but not the best.. at least they're not predictable. ^^ I love both of these animes especially: "rosario + vampire" but that's just my opinion. i hope you can use this for anything, sincerely Mikkel M.C.F. ^^
That moment when you go to school and everyone wants to copulate with you, but some pink-haired goddess' father is the strongest man in the universe so you have to prove that you're also the strongest or you'll be killed for proposing to his daughter.
Both have Vampire female leads, and both female leads are not what they appear to be at first. They are also both rather humorous and set around schools. R+V is more of a harem compared with Karin being more about Karin's journey through her oddity and finding love and acceptance.
To me, the obvious recomendation is the anime KARIN, also about a high school boy and a vampire girl. While KARIN for the most part lacks the "fighting" elements of ROSARIO+VAMPIRE, the romantic comedy elements of a supernatural "odd-couple" remain.
These stories tell how boys somehow got involved in vampires, the main characters. Karin is a reverse vampire though giving blood instead of taking. Rosario has more fighting scenes and more like harem.
Both anime follow the daily life of normal boys who suddenly fall in love with a girl that happens to be a vampire. Comedy ensured when they become friends. The only difference in Rosario to Vampire is that there is more of a harem. I recommend this to everyone who's searching for some comedy/action to kill time.
Both have a female lead characters whom are quite dense. Both these rom/coms have a school setting where the main characters (Tsukune/Karin) are trying to hide the fact about their identities while trying to lead a 'normal' life.
Both are hilarious and are worth a watch if you are a fan of rom/coms.
Rosario though does have more fighting scenes and has a harem while Karin is mainly focused around Karin and her secret (reverse vampire) and realisation of love for Kenta.
So if you're searching for an anime wich includes vampires and romance, this is just what you're looking for, and this is because if even both of the series share some factors in common they also have inversed roles, a totally fresh story that talks about how a vampire family and her sons live in a world of humans, the totally opposite of rosario to vampire, but this change makes some of the scenes on the show very similar to the ones in rosario to vampire but with inverse roles.
I hope you give it a chance if this sounds interesting to you.
There is one Guy Always Surrounded by Girls and They all In Love with him and want to be with him for ever!
Both of Them Has SuperPowers. There Are many Challenging Events.
I love Both of Them And I keep ReWatching Them Alot!
Both anime have a similar storyline, its about a guy who one day comes in contact with the super natural and ends up falling in love with one of the other characters he meets and then he ends up making several women fall in love with. Both anime are romance-comedy and i highly recomend both
Well, both series has a few similarities indeed. First, both series has a lots of girl. If you are a harem lover than this may fit your taste. Secondly, the main male protagonist in both series is some sort of a loser guy that has a lot of potential. Thirdly, both series has almost the same kind of enjoyment atmosphere (if you like this series).
I found out about Sekirei from watching Rosario and having it pop up in my "Like Rosario to Vampire" section. I did not personally like Sekirei, but this isnt a review, its a recommendation. This has planty of fan-service and harem just like Rosario. So if you want bewbs, explosions ans ultimately more bewbs, watch Sekirei
Both are about one guy multiple girls
Both have a lot of fan service
Both are cute, funny and awesome anime
Both are about girls with superpowers and a normal human guy
Both have a Loli
Both are as memorable and truly enjoyable anime that you'll probably want to rematch over and over again
Both harem shows are similar in nature with their characters, revolving around the easy going (although more serious in Rosario) MC and supernatural girls. Both shows also have relatively high amounts of unknowingly (i.e., girls aren't going kyaa all the time) fanservice in them
When I watched the first Episode of MonMusu, I couldn't help but to remember my old friend Rosario to Vampire. That may be cause of the high amount of Ecchi with many Monster Girl or the nice, kinda shy, all in all average Protagonist in both shows. Ecchi with Monster Girl's is the main plot in the shows and that would be enough to enjoy the shows, if that is enough to make you happy. In MonMusu though the Girls show more traits of... "Mutation"? I guess.. Where in R+V a Vampire just got fang tans a Lamia in MonMusu has a LOOONG and BIIIG snake tail and no legs at all. Just be aware.  read more
A harem involving a generic looking human boy surrounded by love interests that are....girls...youkai monsters that is...the only difference is that the human-youkai co-habitation doesn't exist and is shun from the human world. Also the youkais are supposed to blend in human society instead of unleashing their true youkai form in the public.
Every monster girl the MC encountered, everyone falls in love with him. Rosario to Vampire has the highschool setting and MMnIN has more of the family bond setting. The two anime has mythical "human creatures" and the MC is just a plain human bait, but they're sincere. Definitely ecchi for both shows.
Both series are about a human boy who interacts with monster girls.
Both main male characters have a harem with the monster girls.
Both series have comedy and are extremely ecchi.
Although both series are harem and the human characters love all the girls in the group, there's usually only one girl who he cares the most over the others.
Both are Ecchi Harem Anime about a human boy being loved by multiple monster girls. While Monster Musume takes place in the human world, Rosario + Vampires setting is a school for monsters.
Both male MCs have a major problem: Kurusu is not allowed to have sex with the girls, Tsukune must hide the fact that he is a human.
-Both anime tell about everyday life of a boy surrounded by a non-human girl.
-Both anime have same genre, especially harem, ecchi, romance, comedy, and fantasy.
-And of course, both anime contain many fanservices scene, better watch the anime alone.
If you're into non-human harem, then this is it. You've found it, congrats. However, be aware of the differences : Rosario Vampire is more serious and "school life" while Monster Musume is entirely focused around ecchi and comedy.
Both are ecchi/harem anime where the girls are monster girls of various sorts. Also in both cases, even though the girls are friendly toward the primary male protagonist, their monster nature sometimes gives rise to problems or awkward situations, both for him and with each other.
They are almost completely the same...The characters are quite similiar as well, although Akuto in Ichiban seems to be more powerful. There are the main female protagonists, Keena and Moka who both seem fun-spirited and don't seem to worry too much. Kurumu or Ruby from Rosario could stand for Etou in Ichiban. They are both sexy, daring and almost act evil-like but infact, harmless. Junko from Ichiban is most like the vampire side of Moka in Rosario, because they are both strong-willed and serious. Mizore from Rosario is most like Korone from Ichiban. They rarely show emotions and are simple and talk similiar. Yukari from Rosario's personality is like Hiroshi (guy) from Ichiban. They are both brave and shy, also look very baby-ish like. Both animes are harem, but Rosario seems to have more comedy and the anime has all the characters scheming things to get the male protagonist. Ichiban focuses a lot more on the plot, and it only has one season so the anime is a bit rushed, but its more serious too. They both are on the same level of ecchi-ness, with characters that have larger breasts and all that. (: read more
rosario vampire has the taste of monsters of all kinds while omamori himari are only are only the same monsters. but the general feel is the same except the main guy in rosario vampire acts normal.... for a human surrounded by monsters
They are both ecchi and take place mostly in school, both main chars are female and in one they fight monsters and in the other vampires. They are both funny and both of the guys in both series end up with alot of girls around him.
well omamori himari is almost the same as rosario + vampire because you have a lucky bastard getting all the chicks and the chicks mostly are the ones fighting for him, oh yeah and is human and all the girls are monsters
Both Animes are about a weak and helpless human boy being protected by a bunch of girls, or should i say Monsters who fall in loves with the boy. Both anime has many things that are similar for example: Both Are Harems, Ecchi, and many more. another thing that is similar is that at the end of the anime, the human boy protected the the girl.
Both series are categorized as ecchi and harem with the main story dealing with the protagonist beginning as a weak individual who gradually becomes more powerful in order to protect their friends. I also found both series to be peppered with bits of comedy to break up any serious overtones and greatly enjoyed the character development throughout the series.
The first thing us they both have to do with vampires! Nt only that, but they also have to do with vampires in school!
In each TV series... they meet up with at least one normal human being or a vampie. And the vampire try to suck the yumas blood all the time! Duh its a vampire!
But most of the story line is different, both have comedy and romance, but Rosario + vampire is more romance than drama.
Both shows have vampires & romance. They both have great character designs, a good sense of humour and a nice art style. Both shows have characters who are openly vampires from the start and characters who might not turn out as they at first seem.
Well, if your into "Vampire" stories then these two are one of the most well-watched. That being said, they are still so different storyline-wise. The first one if drama and the other is comedy. At least, both are love stories.
both have female lead personality duplicitously.
while Moka 2nd personality magically Result Result Nyu and Lucy as more mental.
I personally find Inner Moka and Lucy as the best anime girls EVER !!!!!!!
- A cute girl who loves the main character, but her cute face is just a mask to hide her true self: a serious and fighting monster (Lucy / Moka)
- A indecisive main character who cares about her friend and tries to understand her (Kouta / Tsukune)
- A busty girl who feel jealous about the main character's friendship and tries to deduce him (Yuka / Kurumu)
- A young girl who ends being friend with the main characters (Mayu / Yukari)
- A girl who initially keeps distant to the main characters and has a rivarly against one of them (Nana / Mizore)
Obviously, both series are not too similar. Elfen Lied is Gore and Rosario + Vampire is Ecchi. But the chatacters development is very similar between both series. read more
These series are set in a reality apart from society. From different species that have been hidden from humans. Where a girl who holds immense power is discovered by a boy who can only admire his innocence, which turns out to be one of his two personalities. From there he will be involved in evil plans for the diclonius (Elfen Lied) and the Yokai (Rosario to Vampire) threatening humanity, bringing together different girls of those spices who only seek the company of others and understanding. In these two works you can see how the protagonist would give everything for them, despite being a simple human, how they become more than friends, how they will fight for their lives, trying to find peace and happiness in their lives for the differences that exist between these species. As additional data these adaptations are not faithful to the manga and skip important plots. But they are equally enjoyable. read more
Female lead characters have a split personality.
Group of girls around the male main character.
Male lead characters have similar personalities.
Elfen Lied is more of a thriller, whereas Rosario to Vampire is more of a supernatural high school anime.
Rosario to Vampire and Jitsu wa Watashi wa are series of romantic comedy where the protagonist discovers a vampire girl, becoming its first friend. Where in addition he is attracted to her despite her appearance and accept it, watch over her so that his friendship does not die, also discovering more people with different particularities in his own school. Different comic occurrences will pass through the space, where the friendship will be tested and filled with joy to that girl of whom she had never felt.
Both male MC are attending the schools where there are monster appearing like humans.
Both have female MC who are vampires.
Both are harems.
As I watched "Jitsu wa Watashi wa" I immediately thought of "Rosario + Vampires". So I felt that there was a strong similarity between the two.
Supernatural harem surrounded by monster girls. Although the main character only pursues one girl, he is still chased by others. Like Rosario + Vampire, Jitsu wa Watashi wa both have a vampire girl as the main female lead that is the pursued by the normal and useless yet "charming" main character.
Both are ecchi animes that have similar characters and are set at a mystical school. ZnT is set at a magic school, RV at a monster one. Plus, in both animes, the main girl has pink hair, and the main boys in both are similar. They both have Rie Kugimiya too!
Both animes feature charming female leads, magic, and school life. Zero, sadly, has a low level of fanservice compared to Rosario, but a better story. However, Saito is way cooler than the loser Tsukune so that is an advantage that Zero has over Rosario.
One main male characters surrounded by a lot of pretty girls. Main male characters are supposed to be normal human beings at the beginning of the story, but gain special powers as the story progresses. Both series are harem-based with a lot of fan services to keep your eyes open.
- both have human-looking monsters/demons
- both have harems of girls trying to win our male protagonist
- both take place in high schools
- both have battle scenes (though highschool dxd's are better)
Both have a male protagonist who know the main female a protagonist is a vampire. The females (Moka and Erika), is a vampire, and want to suck the males protagonist bloods (Tsukune and Kouhei). So, if you like Rosario + Vampire, you'll like Fortune Arterial :)
Both main girl characters are vampires, and the protagonists are both human and male. Both anime are in a high school setting and the protagonists are both surrounded by cute girls. Rosario to Vampire has more supernatural elements though and has a bit more plot.
both stories involve a human boy who's surrounded by many girls of different races... in rosario, they have different types of monsters and in shuffle, they have gods, demons, demi-humans, and humans...
- An average high school guy and a half dozen (not quite human) girls trying to marry him
- Other realms: gods and demons in one, monsters in the other
- Plenty of boobs and panties
What's not to like?
They are both Harems, they're similar in the sense that they both have supernatural girls in the harem.. But unlike most other Harems, shuffle is not as stereotypical because the main character actually ends up with somebody instead of just kind of leaving you hanging as to which girl he chooses.
both males have a new type of species introduced to them
both are harems with plenty of girls
at first both of them wish all that happened didnt happen, but they start to enjoy it and like their new lifestyle
Alright, so both of these series have supernatural attractive female beings from a different realm (in a technical way to put it)
The romance isn't as heavy set as Rosario to Vampire (in my opinion), but it still gives you that on edge feeling about whats to happen next, not to mention that Heaven's Lost Property is pretty fucking funny, I died in laughter throughout the entire series.
Try it and see how you like it.
The core of both stories is pretty similar: a bunch of girls hitting on the same guy... lots of fanservice... Cool yet simple action scenes... a world of mythical magic. Though Rosario + Vampire has some more Gothic elements to it. I highly recommend watching it if you liked one or the other! ;)
Both series have an ecchi comedy base, with a pink-haired main heroine, a seductive secondary female, an eccentric lover from the side, and a smaller, magically in-tune girl all gunning for the same, basically normal guy. All the females seeking his affection are much more powerful than the protagonist, and generally have to protect him. Both stories also have a much deeper level of seriousness under the ecchi humor. I prefer Maburaho.
I watched Rosario + Vampire in subs, Maburaho in dubs.
They're both in their blooming teen years and are attending a kind of different school from what we usually see, the difference between the both schools are that in Maburaho everyone gets an amount of magic to use at their own free will. The more amounts of usage you have equals to your value in the society of Maburaho. So the boy only have 8 which is very unusual because the school he is attending usually have over 8000 times of usage. Then one day, all of a sudden, three girls: Yuuna Miyama, Kuriko Kazetsubaki and Rin Kamishiro all with far more usage than most, appear before him. But of all the things that they are after, it is his genes for his baby shall be an amazing powerful magician. Got the girl with the pink hair, harem, ecchi and the girls are always saving him. read more
Both shows are a supernatural harem with a little bit of ecchi. The difference being that the main protagonist has a little bit magic whereas the other one is completely human. Both of them feel inadequate, and don't fit around the powerful females that surround them. However, for some odd reason, the powerful females really enjoy his company. The only difference between both shows is that Rosario focuses on supernatural beings: vampires, witches, demons, whereas Maburaho focuses on magic-users. School-life is also a common theme for both.
Both anime have a human protagonist that stumbles upon the secret world of monsters and mythical beings. Both protagonists are bound to a female companion through a close encounter and is constantly pursued by other girls his age. Both anime revolve around school life and trying to keep a secret, R + V that Tsukune is a human and in SnH that Sun is a mermaid.
Where they are different is if you take away the ecchi of R + V and replace it with the parody that SnH has. R + V has a more serious plot, while SnH is more simple.
Both are really funny, SnH more that R + V, but you should enjoy both! read more
Both anime's have a boy meet a girl who changes their way of life forever.
Both main male lead and female lead voice actors are the same in English. They also play in the same anime for other titles and rolls as well.
While watching Rosario + Vampire the first thing that came to my mind it's just like your watching my bride is a mermaid.
Both main guy accidentally meets a beautiful girl that change his life.
You'll notice the same comedic effect and humour of both anime.
Both anime are definitely worth watching if you like Harem with beautiful girls give it a try you'll have no regrets.
Both have a similair type setting a human boy falling in love with a non-human girl. Todd Haberkorn the English dubbed voice of Tsukune in Rosario + Vampire voices Nagasumi and Alexis Tipton the English dubbed voice of Outer Moka voices Sun Seto.
Kanokon and R+V are similar in many aspects, first and foremost the ecchi one. Moreover, they have overly pushy "beauties" who assault the "unlucky" male protagonist, who by the way is a bit of a whimp. Both are also set in school, and have different supernatural aspects to them.
Both ecchi series about paranormal misadventures. Both series involves a Vampire Girl (Moka / Seraphim), a childish little girl (Yukari / Haruna), an emotionless girl (Mizore / Yuu) and a busty girl obsessed with the main character (Kurumu / Yuki). Both main characters has monster characteristics (Tsukune can transform into a Ghoul, Ayumu is a Zombie)
Both are harem comedies centred around supernatural girls. Both have excess fan service, ITAZ? focusing more on cleavage and R+V focusing more on panty shots.
Fan service aside, both shows have some really endearing female leads that are surprisingly well developed (narratively speaking, but also ........)
For some light-hearted humor with a supernatural touch, I recommend both shows.
both a harem set in a different world.
both the main girl has a split personality that changes only with som interaction with the main guy.
both guys are appaently powerful but it rarely shows
the split personality features a really kind and happy girl, and than its serious and powerful counterpart.
both of them involve their school
Both are ecchi-harem anime.
both have female lead personality duplicitously.
The appearance of Inner Moka is Tsukune decreases when released from the Rosario, and as a master samurai Jubei triggered by a kiss from Muneakira.
Both of these animes are ecchi/harem animes (and if you were to read the Rosario manga, it would also become a very serious battle manga). They both have a male who gets surround by stronger female characters, and both mostly focus on their relationships with that male instead of the given plot. There is a good amount of fan service in both, although Rosario's is less explicit. The main female protagonists are very similar also, all the way down to them having split-personality transformations. Rosario is a bit longer, so if you enjoyed Samurai Girls, you'll have even more time to enjoy Rosario + Vampire. (Side note: I HIGHLY recommend reading the manga over watching the anime, but that is just a personal preference) read more
Both are funny harems. Rosario has 4 girls 1 guy (and I don't know about you but I never really considered Yukari to be "in the running"), IS has 5 girls one guy + the main character's older sister, who I loved.
I'd say the comedy in Rosario is a bit better, but the action in IS is far better. I preferred the IS girls over the Rosario girls too. R+V is a bit more slice of life/high-school based, whereas IS does take place in a high-school, but the story is more concentrated on the action.
I also preferred the protagonist in IS (Ichika) over Tsukune. If you enjoyed R+V and like a bit of mecha too (think nightmares out of CG), then you'll enjoy this anime read more
Both are fun harems that revolve around irregular monster girls.
Both are hilarious and use a lot of simple sophomoric humor that'll make the child inside of you laugh out loud.
Both feel kind of episodic and light.
Both have great fan-service, not too heavy that they have to abandon the story, but not too light that it's not satisfactory; it's the perfect mix between plot and "plot".
Both DO have a good amount of battles and action but do NOT depend heavily on them like most newer harems; therefore, are more of slice-of-life and less of action ones. Even the battles are so simplistic and easy to follow that they can be easily mistaken for adventurous encounters, which is, in my opinion, what makes these two shows stand out the most. read more
Supernatural creatures of all kinds with central character being powerful vampire girl. Story is much more light-hearted than you might expect from such setting. Visuals are also very bright and colorful, especially in Itsu-Ten.
Both series revolves around a vampire who wields immense strength. The vampires are females who coincidentally falls in love with the male protagonists that are regular humans. Later on as the story progresses they desire to become stronger to be able to protect the one they love, which in this case is Moka and Saitohimea. With split personalities who shun them away and unbelievable enemies to fight the male leads Tsukune and Taito struggle to truly be by their side as a lover that can also protect them.
The history is very similar to it аниме. The main hero appears in campaign of girls with not ordinary abilities. He is just human. But by the end too becomes one of them. And well certainly love to the girl with pink hair =)))) xDD
Both shows fall under the genres of comedy, romance, harem, school, and supernatural.
The drama level has been given a mild boost and this alone probably makes To Love-Ru Darkness more akin to Rosario + Vampire than Motto To-Love-Ru or To-Love Ru.
However, when all is said and done, both shows spotlight the comedy and ecchi and are incredibly entertaining.
The main characters in both animes starts at new school, special schools where the main characters are different from the others on the school, they have a secret, there are a lot of humor in both of the animes, the the main characters both animes join clubs :P and (this is the last one, i promise) they are both about love.
In both animes, the MC saves some girls and after that, they become really attached/fall in love to/with the MC.
Moka's personality is almost the same as Tooka's.
also a lot of fanservice. If you prefer animes with a harem that contains a good load of comedy. you'll surelly enjoy these animes :)
Both series utilize bright colors and a more classic style for animation. Both deal with the supernatural. While one deals with the afterlife, the other deals with monsters existing without the afterlife connection. Both also involve a main character who was originally just human.
They share the school environment and the easy atmosphere. Both also have the same kind of stupid situations involving weird pranks by certain character types. While the school in Tokimeki isn't as strange as the one in Rosario they're both pretty odd and have their specialities. Plus, of course, all the desirable girls fall for the main character.
The humor is very similar, mostly based around ecchi and stupid, stupid girls. Both are also very much "fish out of water" stories; Tsukune is a human in a school for monsters; Akiharu is a normal guy in a school for ladies, butlers and maids. Then there's the best part, both shows don't take themselves seriously, it's ecchi fun! Watch with your brain switched off.
Harems at their best, this will satisfy anyone who loves to see panty shots, huge breast, and pretty ladies (and lolis). With a story that barely sees the light of day in this anime, you'll be glad to know you'll be distracted from the problem at watching this Harem anime.
Very obvious similarities. Both have a "monster" theme to it. While Ninomiya-kun has quite a few succumbi/inccumbi, Rosario has a wider array of weird creatures. Also both involve a confusing harem situation, even though the "main" girls are pretty obvious for both. More importantly, both are extremely high on ecchi theme too.
Negima and Rosario Vampire are very similiar in genre. Each anime has a male character surrounded by girls. The only difference is that in Negima, the boy has the magical powers and in Rosario Vampire the girls have magical powers. I still suggest these if you're into harem anime. =D
Its kind of like the inverse. A girl enters the demon world and becomes friends with a vampire boy. She turns into a ghost and the vampire swears to protect her. The vampire takes her back home and starts helping her, she needs to suck his blood to stay alive. not nearly as ecchi though. and way better plot.
Both are ecchi harem anime that take place in a high school for the magic and supernatural and uses similar elements such as having an underage girl in the harem as well as a pink-haired main girl who clumsily reveals herself regularly.
PANTIES!! panties and panties.. Panties all around! need i say more?
for anyone who can't seem to get enough of upskirts and panty shots
both series are ridiculously absurd with the pantyshots.
the sole similarity is the insane overload of panties
different characters different plot in fact a weaker plot but they share the insane overload of gratuitous pantyshots in common. So remember, think panties, that's all you need to know..
Both have the same unfortunate guy who thinks he got a lucky break, but ends up getting more than what he bargains for, the differences was R+V was more on the ecchi while Youakai Apartment was more on the slice of life.
In both,the female main characters have pink hair and have some similarities in personality(Moka from Rosario to Vampire has two personalities and one of them is tsundere while Claire Rouge from Seirei Tsukai no Blade Dance is a typical example of tsundere).
In both, the action takes place in a magical world.
Seirei Tsukai no Blade Dance is about spirits and spirit contractors while Rosario to Vampire is about vampires,succubus,witches,etc.
If you like tsundere,comedy ,romance and action I think you will love both.
Both female leads are sweet innocent (but superpowered) pink haired girls, and both male leads are surrounded by beautiful women falling for them, and dont know how to react. Both shows are harem comedies, but where to LOVE Ru has aliens, Rosario + Vampire has monsters. Both shows have a similar feel, no solid story, random adventures, etc.
All the girls in this show like the male protagonist.
Both anime are harem,comedy and romance.
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Haganai - club activities(making friends)
Rosario+vampire - making friends with supernatural girls.
The genre's are very very different. Rosario is more comedic whereas Vampire bund has horror and action, but the overall concept is the same. A normal human is dragged into a world of monsters and falls in love with a vampire girl. There is even a similar school setting and multiple monster friends.
both are definitely worth watching!
both are Romantic Comedy.
both are my two favorites harem anime.
all the girls in these two anime are like a box of chocolate you'll never know what you're gonna get. If only i have to choose i"ll choose all of them
Both anime are harem turned genres. The main protagonist is a regular high school boy who gets involved in something by accident. The "harem girls" are for the most part not ordinary and possess supernatural powers which are boosted thanks to main protagonist's "bodily fluids." (If you watch Dakara Boku wa, you will understand ;) ) Feel free to enjoy watching these two series.
Both, to me, have the philosophical and emotional depth and substance of a streak of cat piss, and are created simply for cheap fanservice. Both can be fairly enjoyable if you like that sort of thing, though - HSOTD more so than R&V in my opinion.
The fanservice in Rosario and Vampire focusses more of panty shots, while Highschool of the dead is more centred around jiggling breasts. Yeah.
Take away the monsters and they are very much alike. The sisters in the series kiss x sis compete over there step brother who is also a bit indecisive. Kiss x Sis is reaching the borderline between hentai and anime much like parts in Rosario Vampire. If you liked multiple female characters pursuing a main character who can't decide then be sure to check it out.
Both are harems built with fanservice. Both involve female characters powering up and transforming as well as a decent amount of fighting, but Rosario + Vampire contains more plot and develops a more coherent story. The main characters in both also like someone over everyone else with the other characters vying for attention.
There are both very in depth romantic comedies. The main character's (Keiichi and Aono) both meet these women by mistake. Although Ah! My Goddess tends more towards the romance aspect, while Rosario+Vampire is more for a comedic ecchi genre, they are both awesome romantic comedies that I suggest fans of the genre watch.
Human in a school full of monsters and ghosts. Not the best but the funny situations of a scared christian boy in a haunted japanese school full of wierdo classmates who look up to him is worth a good laugh.
Both are about schools for monsters. Rosario+Vampire is an ecchi/comedy/action/shounen anime, while Monster High is a comedy/shoujo anime based off an American tv series. R+V is made for teens while Monster High is directed at kids, but if you're into anime with cute monster girls then you may like both.
Both are ecchis about a girl and boy that pretty much fall in love from the start, as apposed to the story going along and they slowly get more and more connected. Haruka is similar to Moka is RV by how they act very sweetly, softly and are both very popular in their school for being very pretty. Also, they both react similarly when they think someone is taking away who they love. In RV Capu2, Kokoa looks similar to Mika in NHNH, too.
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
Both are Harem style animes, and both see the guy getting hopelessly out of his depth and needing the girls to save him all the time, I will say that the plot in R+V is a lot better than NA and more enjoyable, but NA has the edge on animation
Both shows include a human boy who lives in a place alongside lots of youkai, and tend to be fairly random with their storylines. R+V is more ecchi and comedic in nature than Yozakura Quartet, but the latter has better animation and sound than R+V.
This Anime Is Also the same as Rosario Vampire.
Because Well In The Anime "This Ugly Yet Beautiful World"
The Main Character Hikari,She has a good side and a evil side.
And In "Rosario+Vampire" The Main Character Moka She Has A Good side and Evil Side
also, Because Moka turns into a Vampire And Hikari Turns to a evil girl that can handle
dangerous things to her self.
Koi Koi Seven has One Guy with 6 girls and in Rosario+Vampire One Guy with 4 Girls, It has a High Ecchi just like Rosario+Vampire. Those 6 Girls in Koi Koi Seven Has superpowers and in Rosario+Vampire Those Girls are all Youkai.
But this is one is different Tetsuro Tanaka attended a All Girls school but in Rosario+Vampire Tsukune attend to a youkai school.
One Girl is inlove with Tetsuro and in Rosario+Vampire One girl also inlove with Tsukune.
The Six girls always care and protect Tetsuro, in Rosario+Vampire Tsukune also being protected by the 4 girls from evil.
Both animes are about a guy surrounded by many cute girls. Both protagonists join a club and both experience weird things during their school life. They also both attend to a school situated in a creepy location.
Both anime fall into the "harem comedy" category, and have some blatant similarities. Namely, the story centers around an average boy who is surrounded by girls of supernatural origin who fight for his affections. Rosario + Vampire's comedy is more sexual in nature when compared to Tenchi Muyo, but not by much.
True they are both quite different in plot and basicaly evrythin bout them but they both involve a dude stumbeling in to a world different from his own and making new allies along with enemies just a thought but go on and check it out
In the beginning of both series the male protagonists lack fighting abilities and are considered weaker (if not useless) than their female companions. However, in the progress of the show they develop their own skills in order to protect the girl they love.
The style of the ecchi moments is also quite similar.
Harem - who loves this genre because I love him?
Of course, many ^ __ ^ (this is primarily Otoko)
Various anime, different worlds, one real - school ... another world of vampires, but not without the girls)))
Anime, in particular, are similar: as a guy who girls "fall in love" ... But I chose these two harem, why they are very funny and similar to each other and the way I noticed - 4 on the 1st is always interesting ^ ___ ^
Гарем - кто любит этот жанр так как люблю его я?
Конечно, многие ^ __ ^ (это в первую очередь Otoko)
Различные аниме, разные миры, один настоящий - школьный...другой мир вампиров, но не без девушек)))
Аниме, в частности, схожи: как один парень, в которого девушки "влюбляться" ... Но я выбрал эти два гарема, потому-что они очень смешные и одинаковые между собой и кстати я заметил - 4 на 1-ого это Всегда интересно ^ ___ ^ read more
"History's Strongest Disciple Kenich"i isn't with vampires, but the style of the story is the same. They're both in the same style of comedy, there is a boy who doesn't know anything about a topic but anyway has to lern fighting against enemies. The girl, who he loves, is very good at fighting and always helps him if he get attacked. Anyway, the parents don't know about that exactly and the boy has to stay in the doyo.
It's a very funny story and ends up the same way.
They are quite Similar, it has Comedy,Romance and Action.
Also it has that Inner self and Outer Self thingy. for example Moka (Rosario Vampire) has two personalities and M.M (Kemeko DX) aswell.
Well the difference is that M.M has a Nice, Cute, Kind inner self while Moka has Mean,scary and strong inner self... So its like the Opposite.
overall they are good anime.. and worth watching.
Ohhh Don't Forget there is also Ecchi in both Animes But Rosario Vampire has Tons of Ecchi than Kemeko.
both animes have very funny comments when least expected....both have the utmost of monsters and mythical creatures in them and lastly they will entertain you from your usuall type of anime....EXAMPLE;; if you only watch shounen or mech anime this will be a breath of freash air in your current choices