Butler-mistress relationship, anime tributes, ecchi moments, and parts that will make you laugh quite much. It should be noted that KimiAru has more comedy that comes from ecchi, while Hayate is mostly based on anime tributes. Also, Hayate is more age-friendly and has a far more powerful seiyuu cast.
They both have a similar style of hummor
Both have as there main characters that are newly hired butlers and they both got the job by helping there female master with out knowing who they where
Kimi ga Aruji de Shitsuji ga Ore de it basily Hayate the Combat Butler but Kimi ga Aruji de Shitsuji ga Ore de is more... how to said they this... is aimed at a more mature age and it doesnt have the annoying brat
Both main characters of these series are working as butlers, and somehow they were in need of something (either work or money). Ren is a bit similar to Hayate as well (personality). At least the first episode it reminded me a lot to Hayate no Gotoku!, just older people instead of kids.
Both about overpowered butlers, both have alot of referencing to other animes and Japanese culture, both have quite a bit of fanservice (not so much in hayate the combat butler) and alot of the characters are very similar, both very funny.
Both are similar because of the Master and Servant role it plays and also the comedy and parody it holds. The only thing different is... THE ART AND THE NUMBER OF MASTERS THEY ARE MY NOBLE MASTERS HAS! xD
main character is a butler- check
horrible parent(s) - check
master is a girl - check
a loli main character master - check
masters have a rich friend that comes to visit often - check
weird and horribly overpowered butler chiefs - check, with a mustache! - double check
references to other animes - check
mascots that shouldnt be talking, yet the are - check
maids, butlers, and masters all around - and we have a winner!
One has a Brother and Sister and the other has Two Sisters, but they're both running away from their parents. At first the viewer is not shown why they left. But they both end up being maids/butlers for pompous rich folk.
If you liked Kimi ga Aruji Shitsuji ga Ore de or better known has They Are My Noble Masters, than you'd probably will like He is my Master because....both are similar how they both deal with kids running away from their home for one reason or another. And end up becoming a butler/maid they both have Ecchi and maids of course and a Harem feel to it and Perverted Masters in them.
Both Anime has the maid and master theme. In both anime the main characters ran away from home. The main characters in both anime become maids to rich masters. He is my master is a bit more of a comedy aproach to the maid anime genre than Kimi ga aruji de shitsuji ga ore de. Both anime are good but I prefer kimi above he is my master.
main character becomes the butler of three female masters and he and his sister work with 2 other maids and butlers. The mistresses all tease him about his innocence with seductive advances. Likewise, in both shows: the main characters are trained to be ideal butlers, are full of ecchiness and fan service, and they are both clear cut harems.
There's a few similarities in both shows, mainly: Butlers, ecchi, lots of girls, and comedy... but, Ladies versus Butlers! takes the echhi to a Hardcore lvl while Kimi ga stays in the, "safe to watch" zone, while still being ecchi.
Both have unexperienced butlers-master relationships and both are harem romantic comedies with some ecchi.Their is really no main story until the end of both series because up until then it's mostly the main charcther serving or focusing on different girls.
Besides the element of magic in Princess, it is rather similar to this show in terms of drawing, humor and minor plot... As in, running away and becoming a butler, the attractive maid... the divided affections... JUST WATCH IT IF YOU LIKED THIS SHOW.
Both series features a protagonist who gets involved with other characters in the series of conflicting personalities.
Two of the main female protagonist in the both series have similar personalities in that they are dominant and in control of most situations as well as being quite mischievous.
Both series have fan-service mixed in with comedy, drama, and a little romance later on.
Both series features themes of the maid/butler theme mixed in with comedy, romance, and drama.
Although the main protagonists are somewhat different in terms of personalities, the colorful cast presents an entertaining mood that depicts the life of a luxury.
Both series also has gags and some fan-service.
Both are good example of series that cant really decide if they want to go with the funny comedy style or the all series drama theme, which ends up ruining both series quite a lot. Both series have romance, kimi ga aruji doesnt have all that much though. Both series have an overall plot which isnt really focused on rather they both go with a bunch of short arcs.
Both animes are ecchi/harem type.
The MC is surrounded by very good looking female characters.
The art style is very similar in both animes.
Both have their share of comedy and a lot of ecchi moments (and nudity).
Both have the same harem , comedy and romance kind of thing.
Both involves a butler and mistress relationship.
Both butlers have been ordered to do such outrageous things by their mistress.
One was mostly on the dramatic side while the other is more on comedy.
The mistress in one anime was a grown woman, while in the other anime is was an immature teen.
One was more of a pseudo harem, while the other is a true harem.
In both there´s ecchi, where a guy lives in a house surrounded by girls. In both, the owners of the house are three sisters. There´s also a lot of similar comedy, and in both animes, the main guy shares a special relationship with the older sister. In both animes is shown the importance of friendship and family.
Both male protagonists share many similarities. They are surrounded by great looking, attractive females in a house where they don't have much say (one is a butler while the other is the youngest, not to mention adopted, of 6 siblings).
Both anime originated from H-games (visual novel). Both have extremely similar storyline.
Why do I keep saying both? Both female leads (I am referring to Kaname and Shinra) are GORGEOUS and look VERY VERY similar!
While Clannad is a bit lighthearted and Kimi ga Aruji is quite ecchi, both series actually revolves around the importance of a family which will be more apparent in the later episodes of Kimi ga Aruji. Also, in both series, both male protagonist hates their father and both tries to reconcile with them.
While KimiAru focuses on butlers and maids and BakaTest is a high school setting, I found both to have similar humor. If you found one funny, you're likely to enjoy the other. Both series have a similar length (~13 eps) with quickly developing paces. Both series also focus on social standing (the master-servant relationship in KimiAru and improving one's service skills, while the constant struggle of the idiots in Class F to be treated seriously by those in higher academic levels).
Sometimes, there are parodies (BakaTest has a very funny Evangelion episode, KimiAru pokes fun at Death Note), sometimes the humor is character trait-based... But both are enjoyable comedies. read more