Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun and Kono Bijutsubu ni wa Mondai ga Aru! both revolve around a group of students and their main genre is comedy. They have similar kind of comedy and they both focus on a cute girl that likes a guy who doesn't notice it, because he is way too much into his interest. In both anime, this interest has to do with art (manga and just drawing 2D girls).
- Cute girl has a crush on a boy who is only interested in anime/manga.
- Main character is also voiced by Ari Ozawa (Sakura Chiyo)
- Same type of comedy.
- Both have really cute art and animation.
- Funny animes with school setting.
Both shows revolve around a female protagonist pursuing a crush on a totally oblivious, disinterested male. Both female protagonists are in the art club, and are also voiced by the same voice actor.
Both shows are comedic in nature, with very little real "romance" throughout the show. The supporting cast is also quite similar in regard to comic relief in both shows as well.
The Waifus of these animes (Mizuki and Sakura) have very similar personalities (they even have the same Seiyuu), both animes have a similarly absurd style of comedy and are set in schools with themes about art and drawing.
On hindsight, there are highlighted similarities on KyoAni's Chuunibyou: both are romcom, and both have Chuunibyou-characters with silly antics, and both have enough enthusiasm and comedy to go on about. Both also have Sumire Uesaka (Dekomori's seiyuu in Chuunibyou; Cole-chan on Kono Bijutsubu) even.
For those hungry for more normal-X-otaku kind of romcom, look no further.
Both have enjoyable characters (some suffering from Chuunibyou syndrome) and are in the romantic comedy/slice of life genre. The soundtracks are really cool as well. ^^
I think someone has mentioned this before, but I think Colette was inspired or similar to Dekomori. They even share the same seiyuu, or voice actress (Sumire Uesaka).
[Colette is known to hang out in lockers throughout Konobi, which I think is a reference to when Dekomori was stuck in one in Episode 3 of Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai!?]
If you liked Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai then I think This Art Club Has a Problem! should be your next watch.
Gamers and Konobi share a very similar premise, each are about a group of students in a club. Konobi is an art club focused show and Gamers is, well, about gaming. Each show gives you a similar vibe when you're watching it, the humor is similar and character interactions are also really similar. In both the shows there's a main male and female protagonist and in each show they share a love interest to add to the comedic factor. If you've seen Konobi and enjoyed it, I would recommend Gamers for a similar experience.
These two slice of life shows involve an after school club of students who share a similar passion toward a certain hobby. While "Gamers!" shares the story of gaming enthusiasts, Konobi shares the story of art hobbyists.
Both shows feature artists who is are prodigies, but instead of doing fancy paintings, they opt to draw stuff for the otaku culture instead much to the disapproval of others. In Sakurasou, the female lead opts to use her talents to be a mangaka instead of a painter leading to others pressuring her to go back to painting, while in Konobi the male lead draws 2D girls leading to heavy criticism from his fellow art clubmate. Both shows take place in a grade school environment.
They have the same vibes and pleasant feeling when you watch them.
-The girls both paints.
-have good comedy.
-have weird people around
-have prodigy painters
-the boy is the prodigy in painting while in sakurasou the girl is the prodigy.
-the boy in kono bijutsubu only is interested in 2D girls
Both Protags are Hardcore Otaku's with Creativity Oozing out of there bodies. they both feature Aspects of meta-Humor great openings and Endings as well both take place in what is similar to an after school club
Netoge and Konobi are romcoms revolving on otaku characters in a hobby club (gaming and art respectively). A lot of the comedy comes from the otaku weirding out the non-otaku love interest and their friends' antics, both in helping them get together and otherwise. Konobi has better production values, but both series are worth considering watching if one enjoys the other or romcoms involving otaku characters.
This Art Club Has a Problem! and NetoYome are each series about a group of teenagers in a club at their high school. There is a character who is obsessed with virtual life/characters. The main female character has a big crush on the main male character. Each series has its moments with fan service. The main difference is that NetoYome is about a computer gaming club, while This Art Club Has a Problem is obviously about an art club.
I always get hooked if the characters are moe, cute, kawaii or whatever the term to use. very relaxing ride and entertaining. if you want to get relax and having a good time watching anime. You should try these two series :D
Having recently just finished Konobi, I just had this feeling that these two shows resemble each other so much. I don't know how to describe it, but I guess you guys may or may not get the same feel from both of these shows. Also, Colette and Miyano are sooooooo similar, I don't know why. Maybe it's because of the "master" thing.
-School life anime that focused in a club where hilarious things happened everyday.
-Romance that involve the Main Characters.
-Some characters who attracted to 2D girls. (Switch (and his friends) & Subaru).
-A minor similarity: Bossun is very skilled at drawing, just like the Art Club members in Konobi.
-If you have finished Sket Dance first, you'll be familiar with Konobi's opening song because it sounds quite similar with Sket Dance 5th opening song.
-And some situations where club members doing nothing (lol).
Both animes show us the adventures of members of school clubs (Astronomy and Art) while some of them experience situations of romance. Similar characters and stories with good doses of comedy.
Sora no Manimani - - - Kono Bijutsubu ni wa Mondai ga Aru!
Mizuki Uzami - - - Mihoshi Akeno
Subaru Uchimaki - - - Saku Ooyagi
Maria Imari - - - Hime Makita