Watashi ga Motete Dousunda


Kiss Him, Not Me!

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Alternative Titles

English: Kiss Him, Not Me!
Japanese: 私がモテてどうすんだ

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 7, 2016 to Dec 23, 2016
Premiered: Fall 2016
Broadcast: Fridays at 01:58 (JST)
Licensors: Funimation, Crunchyroll
Studios: Brain's Base
Source: Manga
Genres: HaremHarem, ComedyComedy, RomanceRomance, SchoolSchool, ShoujoShoujo
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.141 (scored by 119092119,092 users)
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Ranked: #30282
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Popularity: #505
Members: 254,871
Favorites: 1,388

Recommendations

1- Both of them have a plot-twist in the first episode 2-Both of them Are reserve-harem 3-Both of them have many Bishounen 4-Both of them are set in a school  
report Recommended by 3ZOZ999Z
Both the female leads are fujoshi, light comedy and had a really great time watching it... one of my fav romcoms ever <3 
report Recommended by sushmithags
Honestly, if you're a girl who identifies as a fujoshi then finding a guy who identifies as a fudanshi is like rare! So to find a short form that literally makes that fantasy a reality is great! Fudanshi Koukou Seikatsu was such a hidden gem and I loved it. 10/10 Recommend for all fujoshi or fudanshi out there.  
report Recommended by MemiHime
These shows aren't too similar but they still have some similarities. They have magakas as characters, their humor is similar and they have romance elements. Main difference is the fact that Nozak-kun is not really reverse-harem while WatashiMote is.  
report Recommended by opasnimiki
An otaku girl surrounded by boys (and girl) who end up falling for her. While they sometimes compete for her affection, both shows take the time to develop each character and their relationship with the main girl while avoiding unnecessary conflict. The animation style is also very similar. 
report Recommended by Monochrome
Both have the same reverse harem, where it involves one girl with a bunch of guys, vying for the girl's affection, however, characterwise, the girl in Magic-Kyun is a bit more matured compared to the girl from Watashi ga Motete, whose is a bit on the immature side.  
report Recommended by Whoahoho
Both feature a main character who was fat but after losing weight became very popular. You could say both shows are Harems as well, and the MC lives with a sibling of the opposite sex and their mother. 
report Recommended by ButadonMeitantei
Both are harem with gender reversal (1 boy/1 girl surrounded by tons of baes) Both discuss what it means to be an otaku and make references to otaku culture (similar comedy) Both are based in high school Both have multiple main characters with unique personalities  
report Recommended by Nng56
THE COMEDY IS VERY SAMILIAR 
report Recommended by CHENJA10
Both animes feature a main otaku obsessed character and a lot of romance. the only differnece is its more of a reverse harem anime, but its equally as funny 
report Recommended by nidoqueen106
Both anime series fall into the same rare category of fanservice-filled shoujo (?) demographic gag comedies. Although Mahou Shoujo Ore is more based in fantasy (because with a Magical Girl concept, how could it not be?), both series have similar humour styles and underlying romantic tension. 
report Recommended by NightMongoose
Good romance, it has a group as the main focus and they are not clichés, but rather short both and contains light comedy as well.  
report Recommended by PedoroSns
Even though these two anime didn't have the same goal at all, with one being a reverse harem with the main female that ships them together, and the other building a steady and official anime club, they have similar points. - They're both made to be lighthearted and funny - The references of other anime are present in both - The word anime itself is mentioned often in both - They both have that one episode where the main characters go to an anime convention - They have at least one character that doesn't know what's going on most of the time 
report Recommended by Memberdeactivate
I think these two anime have the same feel to them, I thought maybe that it might have been done by the same studio or producers but I've found no connection except for the fact that both of the manga authors make BL manga. Both center around romance and boy love in particular, although with Watashi ga Motete Dousunda the main love story is a straight one. And in Love Stage!! the main pair get together pretty quick in comparison to the fact that Watashi ga Motete Dousunda is a harem and has no main couple. Other similarities between the shows is that both main characters are  read more 
report Recommended by babejuno
They basically both keep that hilarious general feel of, "laugh your ass off whist simultaneously watching a somewhat gay/lesbian/straight weird concoction of comedy."  
report Recommended by shadows_carnage
Both have the same feeling from romance but in Ultra Maniac magic is involve while in Kiss Him, Not Me! is more of a Slice of Life 
report Recommended by AkatsukiUlquiora
Both anime are for female audiences Both anime start with a twist Both anime features a reverse harem Both anime have a weird sense of humour 
report Recommended by oryouohagi
An oddball high school girl surrounded by four pretty boys? You'll find that set-up in both of these shows! Of the two, Kiss Him Not Me is heavier on the reverse-harem aspects than The Wallflower.  
report Recommended by Quetzal_dactylus
-both reverse harem -both the guys are all trying to date the MC  
report Recommended by elevels
ok hear me out with this: I know "Kiss him Not Me is reverse harem and yowamushi pedal has absolutely nothing to do with cutesy romance comedy stuff..... however watching this i couldn't help but think of yowamushi pedal. For one thing the main characters are literally the same. Both of them are otakus and are trying to get their friends to watch anime. while yowamushi pedal is strongly about bicycles its actually about this lonely non athletic otaku that just wants to make friends so he can hang out and go buy anime stuff together. Well one day he meets a guy on the bicycle  read more 
report Recommended by nylife1022
Its about two similar girls which go to high school. They are both huge Anime-fans that are overacting and getting kind of ugly when they see something that has to do with Anime and that spend their free time with watching Anime and reading Manga. Also it's both about being/becoming popular and how other students see them. 
report Recommended by Fulutu
Both have BL loving girls (Otaku's) and have boys falling in love with them. Both girls struggle with their looks. Both are comedies!  
report Recommended by Vocalina