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Japanese: ハンドレッド
English: Hundred
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Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 5, 2016 to Jun 21, 2016
Premiered: Spring 2016
Broadcast: Tuesdays at 02:05 (JST)
Licensors: Funimation, Crunchyroll
Studios: Production IMS
Source: Light novel
Genres: ActionAction, RomanceRomance, Sci-FiSci-Fi, EcchiEcchi
Themes: HaremHarem, MechaMecha, SchoolSchool
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 6.331 (scored by 175308175,308 users)
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Ranked: #72842
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #570
Members: 331,843
Favorites: 590

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Both battle, school, harem anime with very powerful male lead. Very similar even down to female character hiding their gender.  
report Recommended by Malcavic
this is also "harem" but a lot more ecchi 
report Recommended by xeverulonkun
The two anime could basically be interchanged for one another, they really are That similar lol. Both stories have highschool students who fight using a magical weapon that syncs with them, in Hundred's case they're used to battle monsters, where in GakuToshi they're used to battle each other in competitions called Festas. The main protagonist of both series is a dark haired guy in a harem situation with various girls, and both have the classic subtypes of girl in one shape or form; - the pink haired girl with all-around good qualities who can almost be seen as the female protagonist - the blond girl who seems older/more mature  read more 
report Recommended by Tropicocity
The main characters enroll into a fancy school that practices some special ability's and they just happened to be surrounded by chicks with one of them being the flat chested/white haired/loli/roommate. Main characters also both have a pointless tragic past  
report Recommended by kurac
Main Similarities: •MC-kun is very strong, attracting many females. •A variety of female who likes MC-kun (sister, childhood friend, student council president, etc.). •Many, many, many cliche and corny moments. •Great artwork. •Similar tone. •Genres are very similar (harem, romance, action, school etc.). •Same length - 1 season 12 episodes. These two are the perfect example of your typical harem/romance anime. 
report Recommended by RFernandez23
Those type of Anime need their own category because they both are about a guy who goes in a magi/tech academy and gets surrounded by girls. You know about those anime  
report Recommended by FourDigit
Both MCs have a trait that gives them high compatibility with Hundreds/God Eater, which happen to be the only weapons capable of killing Savages/Aragami. In both anime, the monsters have a 'core' that must be destroyed/removed to kill them. Both animes have mecha, action, and fighting in them 
report Recommended by Zaroz_Kurokami
A battle school harem series with an strong superhuman threat to humanity. Also features a very diverse cast of female characters. 
report Recommended by Mysteriala
Date A Live is another cheesy mecha harem. I prefer Date A Live because Date A Live doesn't even pretend to take itself seriously...ever.  
report Recommended by Midg3tLuv
In both anime people awaken a power to help them fight inter-dimensional beings and save the world from them. The main characters form a team to hunt more efficiently the inter-dimensional beings.  
report Recommended by iwsifakismag
Well, they're very similar, school where students are specialized to fight supernatural creatures, battle missions, both MCs have special abilities, etc.  
report Recommended by Zapp_Renfro
They're both similar quality and easy to watch. If you liked one, you're probably the target audience for the other. 
report Recommended by PowerCaller
they both have a main character who is a boy and more superior than other. There are two main characters who are girls that love the boy and kind of fight over him. These series both have a thing that give them weapons and armor. The series both have mysterious life forms/monsters in Hundred it is savages but in Seiken Tsukai no World Break it is Metaphysicals. Hundred and Seiken Tsukai no World Break have simular genres. 
report Recommended by lukka1999
Although both anime vary significantly in the overall atmosphere and theme they share couple significant similarities. Both storylines follow a young male protagonist with a female companion waging a fight against monsters that threaten the human civilization. Both duo of protagonists also possess some unique power originating from their sworn enemy; in both cases they are half-human and half of the other. Aside form that, the main villain of both series leads their campaign, which causes suffering and death to completely innocent people, out of personal vendetta. The Koutetsujou no Kabaneri is set in a much darker tone (comparable to that of Attack on Titan)  read more 
report Recommended by Daritha42
All the girls love the mc and he actually fights  
report Recommended by JP501
Both Shuffle and Hundred are supernatural school based harem animes. Shuffle actually has different races and some (the gods and demons) have magic built up in their bodies, while Hundred just has people optimized to use the hundred weapons (each one is unique to that character). Both main characters don't really know which girl they want to choose from the beginning.  
report Recommended by KitsunehimeMilhi
I've described Hundred as being like a Dr. Frankenstein creation between Buso Renkin and Kill la Kill; so If you liked Hundred (or weren't satisfied by it), try out Buso Renkin for a show that I believe to be the next step up. The idea of personality based weapons is explored more in Buso Renkin than it is in Hundred, along with more character development. However, don't watch this if what you liked about Hundred was the ecchi and harem aspects. 
report Recommended by Prof_Telperion
Both are about mostly female fighters, they have plenty of ecchi and fan service, plus they have a pretty good character development for fanservice characters.  
report Recommended by TrinKatNyan
-Both series are about wars and battles,the action can be pretty ok sometimes -Students studying at a battle academy,mecha stuff,magic,special abilities... -The main heroine and the hero share a dramatic past (*flashback alert*) -A community living on a huge ship (but in KSNH the "ships" are floating -Well,you know... fanservice and...a lot of pervy things Overall these two animes are a lot alike. There are also differences but they don't really matter because the atmosphere is pretty much the same. (^-^) 
report Recommended by NatsukiMutou
Hundred is like Valkyrie Drive in a few different ways. The characters are on an island, and are infected with a virus that allows themselves to become/use special weapons. On top of that, both have female characters disguised as males and a decent amount of fanservice, although Hundred isn't nearly as lewd. 
report Recommended by theragingautist
Both of these have a strong male protagonist where he protects the girls. Both are in a school type of setting were training happens. Where they differ is where they get their powers one gets it from coming back from a different world. The other is somewhat human genetics. Been looking for a so similar and found hundred to be an excellent match. 
report Recommended by nogras1
Main characters are similar as well as the plot and how the monsters in each are thought of. If you like Hundred chances are you will like Owari no Seraph (Owari also has vampires in it, so if you like vampire anime you'll like this one as well).  
report Recommended by Taitiruk
Both Tokyo Raven and Hundred has a girl dressed up as a guy, and both are secretly in love with the protagonist. ( =] ) ALSO, there are similarities between the gender bender (girl)... they are both so stunningly CUTE!!!! 
report Recommended by asianMekai
Both are harem and involve manifesting weapons and fighting.  
report Recommended by Mikan265
They are set in a post-apocalypse universe, them are in a place "closed to the rest" to learn things. The first impressions are that will be focused on they against the "monster", but are more focused on the personalities and interaction of the characters. 
report Recommended by TheLe0
it's like a same thing they both have OP main characters, MC is kinda have wired relationship with his sister , school setting , and Hundred is basically works like the way magic works in Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei AND ... fanservice  
report Recommended by Baaaaaaaaaaaaaka
Both series are ecchi harems where the Heroines of the show fight large monsters. They have unique weapons and are studying in a type of school on some remote island in the middle of the sea. 
report Recommended by -Hyper-
These two are about teenagers that have some kind of power/weappons to defeat a huge crisis in the world, caused by some kind of monsters. For power-up they say a similar quote, "trigger on"(World Trigger) and "Hundred-on"(Hundred).  
report Recommended by TheLe0
Both characters have unorthodox and overwhelming power. They also both chose their path in going to school to help their families. They also both have sisters with weak condition that requires a wheelchair and they both become capable with power that seems to show they will end up fighting alongside their brothers. 
report Recommended by Hidden_Depths