Eromanga-sensei


Eromanga Sensei

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Alternative Titles

Japanese: エロマンガ先生
English: Eromanga Sensei
German: Eromanga Sensei
Spanish: Eromanga Sensei
French: Eromanga Sensei
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Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 9, 2017 to Jun 25, 2017
Premiered: Spring 2017
Broadcast: Sundays at 00:30 (JST)
Licensors: Aniplex of America
Studios: A-1 Pictures
Source: Light novel
Genres: ComedyComedy, DramaDrama, RomanceRomance, EcchiEcchi
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Score: 6.391 (scored by 384597384,597 users)
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Ranked: #69692
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Popularity: #246
Members: 645,758
Favorites: 2,634

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Similar art style, jokes, even characters and setting are kinda resembling. If you liked one you will probably like another. 
report Recommended by Ever2014
If you enjoyed watching "Imouto sae Ireba Ii.?", you will be able to enjoy "Eromanga-sensei" in a similar capacity as both shows share the similar premise of Creators' Day-to-Day Life with vibrant Look & Feel, Situational Comedy, and excellent visuals to feast your eyes upon. 
report Recommended by JeForceX
- almost the same setting - both offer Comedy, Romance and Ecchi 
report Recommended by Beitrag
Both have similar plot of developing anime/game. 
report Recommended by Kyuuketsukisama
-Both are comedies, though Eromanga has some implied romance -Umaru and Sagiri are both similar in personality, hobbies (both are otaku) and attitude (especially when it comes to the older brother) 
report Recommended by Markdoka
Both are about young writers that have a dream that they are achieving, however Eromanga is comedy harem, but Bakuman is more about friendship. 
report Recommended by Ever2014
Same writer, same story. 
report Recommended by BuyuluMahmut
Both it's about comedy, slice of life of nerds who like something in common. In Gamers it's games, and in eromanga-sensei it's novels! 
report Recommended by DouglasVieira
Both of the main characters have the same voice actor. If you are interested in harems and about creating manga or both combined, then this anime is one of the best depictions of that genre. If you also like weird main characters, then you're in luck. Both of these have that. 
report Recommended by Midget_King
Both anime are of the same genre. The main character has a younger sister who is more important than the rest of the girls. Lots of fanservice and a stupid storyline with typical perverted jokes. If you enjoyed this anime, i'm sure you will enjoy the second one too. 
report Recommended by Loli_ChanUwU
Both of these series involve incestual relationships with the MC and their sister. 
report Recommended by Remocracy
Not-blood-related incest series in which the step-siblings' recently married parents aren't around to get in the way. The sister is initially apathetic towards her brother, but events take them from "strangers who happen to live together" to an actual family and potentially lovers... assuming one of the other haremettes doesn't steal him away. Of course, these events tend to be shamelessly lewd: Eromanga pushing the boundaries of what vanilla fanservice means, and ImoCho basically putting the hapless sister through a new fetish every episode. 
report Recommended by kasarn
Both series features incest relationships between the MC and sister(s) not related by blood. 
report Recommended by Remocracy
Both are apparently lowbrow series with highbrow appeal. They have this shared type of humour, the one which relies on the viewer laughing at the sheer stupidity of the situation. They start from the premise that the viewer is actually not taking everything at face value. They are jokes everyone was in on: the staff, the author, the editor, your average viewer. Everyone, but the many who possess an objectively superior taste in anime. While Eromanga's production is really good, no caps, making the joke less obvious, Kanojo mo Kanojo's intentionally trashy at times, over the top OST and voice acting are a perfect match  read more 
report Recommended by Domsa
Eromanga Sensei has a big harem sex whatever thing going on, but in the end it still has a whole second plot story going on about a writer writing, and an artist arting. It explores interests with interesting characters, which Eizouken does as the main focus of the show. 
report Recommended by lemon3139
If you like young cute girls as much as I do then I'm sure you adore both. 
report Recommended by LordOfDarkish
Both are ecchi comedies with a significant amount of the main heroines being of a problematic age. While Eromanga is ostensibly about a slightly older high school student writing novels with his younger sister illustrator, Ryuuou no Oshigoto is about an older male Shogi master taking on a younger female apprentice. 
report Recommended by nameistj
Both are ecchi comedy harem romance featuring a main heroine that is of a problematic age. While Eromanga is exclusively focused on heroines of that demographic and is ostensibly about writing novels - Arifuretta is a fantasty isekai. 
report Recommended by nameistj
A light romance with tons of fanservice about a bland self-insert protagonist who works together with a girl with a strangely sexual hobby. 
report Recommended by Zytoep
Both are ecchi comedy harems with a significant amount of the main heroines being of a problematic age. While Eromanga Sensei is more of romantic comedy, Tsugumomo is more of an action comedy with harem and ecchi elements. 
report Recommended by nameistj
A character gets in sexual situations with girls except they aren't children you sad degenerates. 
report Recommended by Laser274
The idea of the main characters writing stories that can be seen as lewd and daring, while also dealing with female characters that can also be looked at also lewd and daring 
report Recommended by albertbrown
- Kuroki and Sagiri are both social outcasts/shut-ins and both are kinda pervert 
report Recommended by Sayaznk
Both of these anime constantly put the characters and audience through the most uncomfortable situations possible, made even more disturbing by the fact that its all incest.  
report Recommended by Tamakiiiiiiii
These two anime give you the same feeling of the anime not going anywhere with the lack of story progression and character development. Also, they have similar quality and style of animation. You will feel like they could have put in a real story in these anime but they didn't. And you only find out on the last episode while your waiting for the story to develop.  
report Recommended by Rensef
Both are trash in concept, but relish in it, making for really fun comedy, with some surprising touching moment. 
report Recommended by jgames111
Main character learns the ins and outs of drawing comics from others who are more established. Like the characters in Eromanga-sensei, some characters have noble reasons for doing what they're doing while others just do it for the money.  
report Recommended by Koji_oe
Both of these series involve taking care of a sister who is unable to fully take care of themselves. Both also heavily sexualize the sister. 
report Recommended by Remocracy
The protagonist meets a new girl over time who end up having a liking for the mc 
report Recommended by SolidH2O
There is a strong emphasis on the creative process -- how manga/light-novels are inspired by the people around the author, and whether the authors actually understand the nature of the relationships they write about. Of course, there's also romance, confusion, strange people doing strange things, etc. In these areas the anime go in very different directions, but that's fine.  
report Recommended by stocktonrgs
Two lewd, controversial, seditious and kinda funny shows about charismatic girls who pursue their dreams. At the same time, two shows about insipid boys being treated like dirt. 
report Recommended by EdgyEcchiSenpai