Both are pure service anime made for your amusement. Yes, there is harem as well as overly jiggly boobs. If you liked Rosario+Vampire, then you'll love Tu-LOVE-Ru, or otherwise. The female lead role both have lovely pink hair.
Same kind of harem comedy with a lot of ecchi and fanservice in it but absolutely nothing that can be considered story that took more then 5 minute to think of.
Both also havea pink haired female lead character.
So if you can enjoy one of them you'll probably also like the other.
They are both heavily ecchi oriented and with a bit of comedy added in. Both of the series focused more on the fanservice than on the story, which made the story very thin. They also have a pink haired female lead character.
They both have people fighting over the same person.Well in these cases, they have a group of high school girls fighting over one boy. They are both very funny, good story lines, and have really good endings. They dont just suddenly end like some others do. :>
You like stories that started from a "fated encounter" one day? Then look no further than this two harem, comedy, romance, and school setting centered series. The male protagonist of both series has this kind of encounter that changed their life forever. The main difference though is the scenario, one is that of a supernatural encounter and the other is an extraterrestrial-life encounter.
Most of the girls in both these anime are not human and are from another area. The male protagonist are human and find themselves in a situation they are unable to get out of. The girls he meet are totally kawaii and it seems the male protagonist reached far within their heart in order for them fall in LOVE HIM WITH ALL THEIR MIGHT. The difference is the location they take place in.
To love-Ru (one of my top 3) is a story about a kid named Rito Yuuki who is desperately in love with haruna sairenji, later on in the first episode (spoiler) a girl named Lala from the planet deviluke teleports into his bath unexpectedly. now the similarities in these two shows comes down to a very fine line. both of the shows take place in highschool and in both shows the people (other then the main character) are aliens/monsters. both of these shows revolve around a shy, inept main character that doesn't know how to make up his mind to even save his life. i highly recommend watching To Love-Ru if you haven't already.
The main male character in these series got off in a weird start when he met a girl with some strange characteristics. Similar wise, the female character has a characteristics of a pink hair, innocent, and somewhat lovable personality and a school filled with comedy moments. The male character, at first felt confused and frightened, but soon will get used later on. Expect some romance, and some supernatural elements on the story.
The lead, Tsukune and Rito that is, are both shy and kind. Both animes are harem, and they both have the female lead, lala and moka that is, to be a sweet, emotional and optimistic girl with long pink hair and green eyes. Their both kind of the fantasy, romance, comedy, school, shounen and of course ecchi genre. I think they both have a good story line/plot, but not the best.. at least they're not predictable. ^^ I love both of these animes especially: "rosario + vampire" but that's just my opinion. i hope you can use this for anything, sincerely Mikkel M.C.F. ^^
That moment when you go to school and everyone wants to copulate with you, but some pink-haired goddess' father is the strongest man in the universe so you have to prove that you're also the strongest or you'll be killed for proposing to his daughter.
Both the anime To Love-Ru and Haiyore Nyaruko-San ,Fearture the Main
Protagonist Meeting A Female Alien In a unique Way, Also both Series Features
Showing the Main Protagonist Ended Living together With a Female Alien and in
the Process Also Meeting Other Alien Characters
Both series features the parody and humor like theme with a main protagonist in strange situations.
An main "alien" girl is present in both series and there is a lot of humor involving the characters in every day situations.
There is romance but presented in a humorous way. Watch both series if you're in a mood for some humor and entertainment.
To LOVE-Ru... Its a perfect recommendation for Haiyore! Nyaruko-san.
Why you ask?
... The insane amount of ecchi,
... The alien thing. Basically aliens come and get to know the main character right? Yes.
... Powers, amazing powers.l
... Ecchi enemies
Yes, To LOVE-Ru and Haiyore! Nyaruko-san are both niccccceee. ^.~
Both series have an a cute girl who happens to be an alien from outerspace. Both the main female leads are cheerful, happy, funny, and always makes the situation more exciting. They both also try to develop their relationship with the male lead and wants him to like her.
The male lead of Haiyore! Nyaruko-san thinks of the female heroine to be annoying and avoids her advances but soon starts to develop romantic feelings for her later in the series.
The show has a lot of comedy, parody, and development of romance. If you like cute alien girls then this show is meant to be for you.
P.S- Rie Kugimiya the voice actor for Louise ( The Familiar of Zero ) , Taiga ( Toradora ) , Shana ( Shakugan no Shana ) is also a voice actor for one of the other heroines in Haiyore! Nyaruko-san. read more
The scenario is similar where you have a beautiful alien girl pop out of nowhere, falling in love with the main character, only to be rejected. But she doesn't give up and tries her hardest to win his love.
Full of comedy, more beautiful alien girls and embarrassing moments.
To Love Ru has more episodes (26), and fan service compared to Haiyore Nyaruko-san.
Love, Love and Comedy, this is what you should expect from this. Both of them have a beautiful girl from space with advanced technologies and a clumsy, idiot(when it comes to love), weakling protagonist. But Haiyore Nyaruko-san is much more funnier than To love Ru because of it's Parody genre. I'm sure you'll have fun, enjoy and fall in love too in these anime.
a girl from space come into the main males life and is totally infatuated with him
Protects him from all sorts of trouble
they both have ecchi elements To-Love Ru is way more ecchi though
both have some romance though the romance in Haiyore is more comical
they cause the main character lots of despair and drive them crazy
- Both have an MC with love interests flocking him
- Both have a main girl character who have similar personalities/aggressively pursue MC
- To LOVE-Ru is more ecchi/romantic
- To LOVE-Ru's MC is more flexible and accepting
- To LOVE-Ru has more love interests and is basically the ultimate harem
Seto no Hanayome is a MUCH better version of To-Love Ru. Both shows got similar theme, having the male protagonist get into a marriage that they know nothing about at first. Definitely will make you laugh like no tomorrow.
Both are harems so obviously their are going to be crushes other than the main characters. In To-Love Ru Yukki was forced to be engaged after touching Lala's chest. In Seto, after seeing a mermaid's true form Nagasumi has to choose either marriage or death. Similar stories but Seto no Hanayome is WAYYY funnier.
Both involve a boy in school who get's unwillingly married to a girl who is not human. Both are full of humor and while To-Love-Ru is more provocative, Seto no Hanayome is just as good. To-Love-Ru revolves around aliens and Seto no Hanayome revolves around mermaids.
- Both anime main heroes meet non-human girls and are forced to marry them.
- Both need to deal with girl's families which are more or less hostile to them,
- Both anime are good comedies with CRAZY sense of humour.
Both are harem anime with a huge focus on comedy and both anime have a fairly serious last 2 episodes. Both anime involve a forced engagement between a human and another species:
-In To Love Ru the protagonist is forced into an engagement with an alien princess
-In Seto No Hanayome the protagonist is forced into an engagement with the heiress of a gang of mermaid Yakuza
One main male characters surrounded by a lot of pretty girls. Though it seems that the main characters are having a dream-like life, troubles are keep popping out every days. Both series are harem-based with a lot of fan services to keep your eyes open.
There are the same in Ecchi and Harem genre as well. But not just only fan service, there are have a side story about battle that might be interested to follow.
Basically all woman characters have a same way to sex appeal. But I think the man character (Yuuki Rito and Hyodou Issei) has a bit different way to respond those, although they seem enjoy it....
Both Anime are typical Harem-Ecchi-Comedy Shows with some Action content in the form of superpower.
In my opinion they are also handling the romance genre a bit better then other harem-comedy shows.
Also the ending from both shows are pretty similar.
These two bad boys probably are the ones on my short list so far, that remind most of eachother. They both captured me in a very unique way (espacially for an ecchi), and i enjoyed every part of both shows. You know that feeling when you quit a show, and you just can't stop thinking about the next episode? Even though there isn't one? Both of these shows makes you grow that feeling, and luckily there's going to be more seasons of both of them!
TO LOVE-Ru and High School DxD are one of the two modern powerhouse harems. If you enjoyed one of these then I highly recommend you watch the other. Although they have different themes, (sci-fi and space for To LOVE-Ru) (supernatural and fantasy for High School DxD) you will live both of these as a harem lover.
They're both harem series with multiple types of girls liking the protagonist, who is very unaware of the situaion. Besides that, both of the main character girls are from space, big chested, wear tight space suits and have small helper(s). Both series have ALOT of fanservice as well as a somewhat similar art and story.
Sample Plot Same Genre Same Alien female main Character
they got 90% same like alien that comes from some were
the alien girl always sleeping on the male protagonist bedroom while naked
plenty of girls (harem)
same they love the male protagonist
same Plot ,
also same Alien Female main Character Boobsy , Tall , Foreign Like , No shamless while naked or doing ecchi things
A cute, flirty alien girl with a tail meets the male protagonist, with a tendency to whip out random alien gadgets. The main protagonist has a harem. If you like one, you'll like the other. Ecchi-comedy.
It's like watching the same anime twice, a beautiful alien appears in both, and of course, falls in love with the main character, but maybe "To Love-Ru" is a bit more childish than "Asobi ni Iku yo", but both are pure awesome, if you liked "To Love-Ru", you will definitely like this as well.
It seems that both animes copied each other. Both anime containing a main character who has big boobs, is from outer space, and live to make the main male character happy, only to ruin his life. Also, the main male characters in both animes can be described as indecisive and extremely ignorant, which sometimes makes you think "why are you even with him?" Bottom line they are harems, sexy, and funny.
In both animes, you can find one (super lucky?) man surrounded by alien beauties. Though there are some differences in the main male character personalities, both series have harem-based plot with some ecchi scenes as bonuses.
Very similar Ecchi and Harem series. Both have an indecisive main character (Tomoki / Rito). Both have a busty girl who comes to "ruin" their lives (Ikaros / Lala), and both fall in love with the main character. Both series mix "religious" and supernatural thematic (Angeloid= Angel Droid / Deviluke= Devil Alien). Both series involves a conflict against an evil powerful leader (Master of Synapse / Gid Lucion Deviluke), who wants back to the main female character in her respective place of origin.
To me, both series are perfect for a crossover.
This is pretty much the same. fill up episodes lots of ecchi. female alien comes to earth and starting an harem. boy is Perverted and has a lot of different friends with different interests. Pretty much these two animes are Twins
In both, MC likes a certain girl and that girl likes him back (for similar reasons too), but is (sort of) forced into a relationship with another girl.... Circumstances are pretty similar in both.
The difference here is that Nisekoi is not ecchi nor supernatural.
-MC's that are very reserved with women
-Both have the same "base" story --new outgoing girl shows up in MC's life and becomes something like a pseudo-girlfriend
-Both Stories use the same tactic to advance the "PLOT"
-Both MC's are obsessed with a plain reserved girl
Difference: To LOVE-Ru is ecchi and Nisekoi isn't ....pretty much the same story otherwise
In these two anime, multiple girls fall in love with the same guy, and because of similar circumstances, the lead guy starts a relationship with a girl other than his crush from high school. Also, these are love comedies, where the main guy gets into funny situations with the female characters.
They are literally the EXACT same anime, except To LOVE-Ru is ecchi, and is just short of turning into hentai the longer it goes on.. Really the only difference is Chitoge is tsundere while Lala is pretty straight forward with her feelings.
Due to unwanted circumstances, the main guy is in an official relationship with the main girl even though he and another girl like each other but never manage to confess.
And since it's a harem, throw in tons of other girls with varying personalities and have everyone mess around each episode.
Raku=Rito ? sure, haremness
Chitoge=Lala ? the diffrence just in the personality
kosaki=haruna ? they are same all the way
raku-kosaki/rito-haruna are falling in love with each other and chitoge/lala came and broke it
but, to love ru is too dangerous for -17 :v
Both series have the same plot where our MC's love a girl from their own class but are not able to say it until they get engaged to another girl that comes out of nowhere because of certain drastic situation. Both then have some harem comedy elements that are pretty fun to watch. The only difference is that Nisekoi is a real life school romance series whereas To-Love Ru involves many alien girls...their strange powers....but don't worry....it is not action....it is a pure harem. BTW the number of girls in To-Love RU nearly doubles the amount in Nisekoi.
This anime has many similar features or cliches
-harem style love story.
-some what love triangle (ex onodera>raku<chotoge,haruna>rito<lala)
-lots of fan service ;^)
-has comedy too
-both male protagonist have the most problem of them all
Yeah apart from the alien thing this two series are quite similar. I highly recommend it to the people who watched nisekoi or vice versa.
A normal guy falls inlove with an alien girl. These girls don't know much about the planet Earth so they do some weird things while living at there "lover" place. Even through the guys don't have parents living at there house, so both of these animes are very similar...
The meet in when a naked girl appears out of nowhere in his bath-tub just like in the anime "girls bravo" and she want to stay on earth and have the boy all to her self and she is not human its the same kind of story in some ways but you can also cal it different...
Although they are both mostly filler, there are plenty of funny moments fused with top-notch ecchi, and even some romantic moments that tug on your heartstrings a bit, all fueled by a fun, light-hearted cast of characters. The plot of both shows centers around a love triangle between the lead male character who is a high school loner, a female classmate who has been friends with the guy for a while, and a ditsy pink-haired girl whose alien background throws the main characters on hilarious adventures.
Awkward male main character meets beautiful but airheaded girl from another planet/realm who begins living with him. She's unfamiliar with Earth's customs and standards of modesty and always embarrasses the main character or stirs up trouble with her antics, which become the subject material for most episodes. Slowly becomes a harem as her siblings/friends from her home planet are introduced and also live in the same household.
Very funny, cute characters and ecchi. And although both shows are mostly episodic, the endings of their second seasons both involve the girl getting taken away and everyone working to bring her back.
In both of these series the male MC starts to build up a harem of alien and Earth girls.
The MC get's into lots of "misunderstandings" which are used as comedy points.
All of the alien girls are a little awkward at adapting to Earthly cultures and social expectations.
When I started watching Monster Musume the first anime that fell into my mind was To Love Ru.
Both anime's have a male character who gets his life turned upside down because of alien girls moving into his house.
In Monster Musume it is a part of a human/alien treaty to improve the relationship between humans and these monster girls.
In To Love Ru it is a princess running away to avoid a forced marriage and instead wanted the main character from that anime as his partner.
As a result in this anime. The main characters gets into a lot of trouble caused by a harem of girls. A lot of these troubles contains ecchi scenes with the main character and the alien girls.
Main characters often find himself with their life in danger because of the girls and people wanting them dead. read more
For those looking for romantic, comedic, ecchi, and harem fun, then look no further! The ordinary life of these main characters are completely changed when attractive beings from outer space are imposed onto them out of nowhere!
While Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou is about monster girls looking to marry the main character, Kimihito Kurusu (due to the forbidden sexual interactions between species by the Interspecies Exchange Act), To-LOVE-Ru also has a similar storyline where the main character, Rito Yuuki, is – unexpectedly – forced to marry a princess of an alien empire (who ran away to avoid an unwanted political marriage). However, Rito Yuuki, has someone else in mind in who he wants to marry.
Similarly, the main character finds himself in these odd, sexual, and unexpected situations with the female characters in the anime. While it’s all unintentional, the race towards gaining the affection of the main character builds up!  read more
Harem ecchi involving non-human girls who get dropped on the main character. In the end, they all want him sexually and romantically. Protagonist is constantly at the mercy of his unwanted harem. First girl is a super-excitable ditz who is deeper than she appears.
Create relationship with one girl, it's mainstream. With two girls? Still mainstream. Why not with six girls or more, because YOLO... that's why. Yes, both anime will give you a story about a boy who surrounded by many girls (human and non-human) with many romantic comedies event. Imagine a non-human girl (Lala, Mia and companion) that you don't know is staying in your house. What would you do? Just watch and you will understand what would you do. And better watch it alone, because you will see many beautiful scenes.
Suddenly, a whole harem of sexy aliens or sexy monsters moves to the main character's home. The main girls' personalities are similar in the sens that they are both crazy deredere about the main character, and that's very pleasing to watch.
An over-the top comedy about a lively girl who goes to great lengths to win the affection of a boy she falls in love with at first sight. Both anime involve school life, weird gadgets/unnatural powers, and lots of crazy fanservice.
the main plots are very simmilar, the bigest differance is in the main characters. in To-Love-Ru the main character is shy and in-experanced with girls. but in Urusei Yatsura the main charater thinks of himself as a lady killer.
Crazy alien chick? Pervyness? Yep, we've got 'em both.
Somewhat similar stories as well.
Both series also can tend to give the feeling, "yeah, this doesn't seem like it will get anywhere, but WHATEVER! :D"
To-LOVE-Ru has the same EXACT story setup at the beginning. Guy has a girl he likes who also likes him, alien princess comes from outer space, alien father could destroy the earth if he doesn't stay with her, etc. You could say that Urusei Yatsura is the origin of this type of story.
Both stories involve a lead female character who is a beautiful alien that becomes the fiance of the male lead character through some misunderstanding even though the male lead has his eyes on another girl.The alien girl also loves spicy food and sometimes tries to use machines with disastrous effects.
The premise of the story is sort of the same: Basically an alien girl princess arrives on earth and falls in love with the main character.
The similiarity is basically: they are both sort of harem, at the beginning of the series the main has already a love interest, lot of groping involved (though it's caused by different actions)
The difference between the series is that the main character of To Love-ru is a bit more shy and not much of a lecherous guy as opposed to the main character of Urusai Yatsura. Another difference is that Urusei Yatsura is more of a crazy comedy anime than To Love-Ru, and Urusei Yatsura has a more episodic plot than To Love-ru which has a more continuous plot. read more
Both are about attractive female aliens that invade a males house and go to school. They both have to marry the male, against the male's wishes. The plots are practically the same, but I will not say in which cases because my reasons are spoilers.
the similarities between the two are pretty evident if you seen both of them. they both have hot alien chicks they pop out of nowhere and get caught up with a guy. also, both male characters end up having most of the women characters like him.
the plot and genre are what's similar but the characters themselves are pretty different.
Both are realy good to wach animes. Both have certian charm to make you wach it. WARNING: if you wach episodes 1,2,3 and 4 in one day you will be hoked to them as for they have similar plot and are very hilarious
Here's the one thing
Why it's so similiar when the genres are so differ?
The characters... Understand??
Blonde loli who can control her hair as much as she wants.. They're considered as powerful & dangerous weapon
Kirisaki Kyouko (Same name)
Not to mention Tearju-sensei is there too (Same chara)
So, what do you waiting for?
For Black Cat watcher... Watch out for To-Love Ru dangerous "plot" and nosebleed xD
If u liked to love-ru and especially yami go ahead and watch Balck Cat it's like a prequel to to love-ru. Check it out it's totaly worth it. But donnot start watching Black Cat while expecting panty shots and things like that. Black Cat does not have funservice (and if it does it's not at to love-ru lvl.).
They are both supernatural harems so they are similar in a lot of respects. The characters parallel each other and in both series, the male lead is forced by the father to marry his daughter and become the heir to a throne. Great mixtures of comedy and relationships.
Rito from To Love Ru has to make a choice between two girls, Haruna, a normal human girl and an alien, Lala. There are other girls who love him who have yet to confess. On the other hand, Tsuchimi Rin from Shuffle faces a similar situation, he has two new girls introduced in to his life who are both non-human beings and wishes to marry him. He, in similar aspects to Rito, is a candidate to beautiful non-human being girls and is loved by several other girls in his school.
Some of aspects that make these two different are:
1. [spoiler]To Love Ru was specifically aimed especially to merely entertain its viewers with perverted scenes. To Love Ru makes a very excellent comnedy. On the other hand, Shuffle develops its plot and the charcters by allowing the viewers to become sympathetic towards Nerine, Sia, Kaede, Primula, and Asa, by peering into their pasts, making Shuffle a dramatic anime.[/spoiler]
2. [spoiler]To Love Ru was set whereasin the charcters are intereacted human to aliens, but Shuffle was developed so that the demons, deities, and humans interact one another. Note: Some people will find it awkward that the female characters who are demons and gods alike look as attractive as humans do. Personally, I found it a bit difficult to accept the fact that Nerine, a HELL princess, was really beautiful because in many cultures, demons are ugly and detested. [/spoiler] read more
These are two great harem anime I think, (i personally have played the hentai game of shuffle!). The animation is really great in To LOVE-ru. Also there is another version of To LOVE-ru that is apparently closer to the manga.
both tells about the life of someone who has a strange fiance and appear suddenly but if in To Love Ru,the female(Lala) as a strange fiance then in Mikakunin de Shinkoukei,the male(Hakuya) as a strange fiance. and both have a comedy and unique romance.
* Non-human fiancé moves into MC's house...
* Both has a little bit of romance ...
* Both of MC's parents doesn't care at all who is their childs fiancé...
* Hit or Miss comedy....
* Both MC's has awesome little sisters....ugh...
* Both cartoons follows more of a slice of life's format ( slow and most of the time boring )
-Alien female protagonist
-Ordinary male protagonist
-Some romance elements - Specifically, love triangles
-Both alien female protagonists initially try to hide their identity as aliens
-Some comedic elements
-To Love ru has A LOT more fan service
-Ano Natsu is more serious and focused on the romance element
-To Love ru has a more harem-based approach, whereas Ano Natsu focuses on love triangles/squares/pentagons/etc.
-Ano Natsu has more of a progression in plot than To Love ru. To love ru's plot is relatively unconnected - if you skip a few episodes, you haven't really missed out on any plot.
Both are about a alien girl who comes to earth and falls for a average guy and both have forces trying to bring the girl home and both have the guy fighting for her and both are Harrems(Ano natsu is not as much of a harem as To love-ru).Ano natsu de Matteru is more of a drama/slice of life and can be somewhat slow at times where To love-ru is a ecchi/comedy which can be overwhelming at times but overall both are enjoyable.
Loser highschooler gets supernatural girlfriend which cascades into every girl around him thinking he's awesome, nonsensical comedic moments ensue. To Love Ru is themed more consistently on a new alien every episode and has a lot more ecchi to the point it gets tiring but still has enough chaos to be entertaining while Jitsu Watashi quickly mixes fantasy and sci fi themes with a bit less crazy things but the ecchi is much more controlled. Both female leads are sort of air heads, main difference is Lala invents more things to get the gang in trouble (and again, ecchi is more common with her show) while Youko is just slow in an endearing cute way. read more
Jitsu wa Watashi wa and To LOVE-Ru both series:
- They have a protagonist who wants to confess to the girl he likes, but certain facts prevent him from doing so.
- The protagonist meets a girl who is really (in Jitsu wa Watashi wa is vampire and in To LOVE-Ru a alien), where he must hide that truth before the others, so that he does not return to the place where he belongs.
He also discovers that there are more people like them, who hide their true nature.
- We have the class president who hides her feelings until she says enough is enough.
- We have the character who changes sex, who is a friend of the girl's childhood.
Two series of romantic comedy, with touches of harem, where any madness can happen (constantly). read more
airheaded main female MC's, but super kawaii and lovely? :D
turn on your airconditioner at full power, cuz you will be melt by the cuteness of these 2 female MC's. if you have watched "To Love Ru", try "Jitsu wa watashi wa".
and enjoy the fun :D
In consideration for the ecchi lovers out there =P. I recommend the To Love Ru series, although the first season isn't that great getting into the OVA episodes and later sequels, To Love Ru is a highly enjoyable anime with a unique addition of space aliens in a high school along with, well... the ecchi loaded scenes. Have fun ;)
Both are highly-ecchi harem animes featuring female siblings and really nice but dumb harem focus boys. They're quite nice and both have some really nice plot development. A lot of the Kiss x Sis plot is in the (ongoing) manga, which is an option for To Love-Ru, but given the combination of To Love-Ru, Motto To Love-Ru, and To Love-Ru: Darkness, the anime itself covers a lot of the detailed plot development. They're both more optimistic looks on a harem.
Men are from earth and hot sexy babes to fall into your laps are from space. Tenchi is older than To LOVE-Ru, but the themes are similar. Both MC's are clueless about the feelings of the aliens have for them and the heroines of both shows are of royalties too. Both fall for the protangist for unknown reasons and everyone (girls that is) in the universe wants in on the party. Lucky guys.
To LOVE-Ru is basically a more fanservice base modern of Tenchi Muyo, both shows have pretty girls with cool personality, aliens and space! If you like Tenchi or To LOVE-Ru, there is no reason to not try the other one.
Both animes are about a girl trying to get a guy. Both animes have other girls liking the main guy. Allthough To LOVE-Ru is a little more ecchi. I think both shows are great. The girl is naked in front of the guy in the first episodes in both shows, You should definitly watch both of these if you liked one of them.
Both shows are harems featuring girls who appear supernaturally. Both female leads (Lala-sama and Nagi) have similar personalities and both are voiced by the adorable Haruka Tomatsu.
But while To LOVE-Ru goes for those over the top hilarious ecchi situations and comedy, Kannagi focuses on more subtle(though just as frequent) comedy, slapstick, and ecchi. Furthermore where TLR is "sci-fi" featuring aliens etc. Kannagi is "paranormal" and has godesses and spirits...However BOTH shows have more to do with awkward, pervy, and hilarious situations than aliens or ghosts, and if you liked one show, you'll like the other
Both of these anime are similar that the main heroine in them has arrived from other planet. On the Earth it meets and falls in love with the boy. And as besides the guy gets set of new friends and girlfriends. And because of it some other heroines start to dislike it. :)
In general in these anime there are still more many similar characters and the various situations occuring to them.
Do you like watching hentai? Do you dislike going to sketchy hentai websites? Then these anime are perfect for you. These anime are borderline hentai, meaning they have the ability to get you hard. You can also find them on 'safe' anime streaming websites. Meaning you don't have to worry about getting viruses from sketchy hentai websites. Hope this helps :)
The beginning of the anime ore very similar because the main characters (Reborn/Lala) changes completly their life, and a the love story are similar because of how the main characters don't know who to choose.
If you're a fan of group of sexy females that knows how to fight. well, this show is for you. the animation of fight scenes is well made. if you're a guy, you're gonna love these two shows. It will makes you feel to not lonely while watching. if you know what I mean :D enjoy!
Both are very similar in many ways. The obvious being that the main girl who is an alien princess ends up coming from space and living with the main character. The only notable differences is that UFO is far less ecchi. Aside from that they are more or less the same with a similar harem feel to it, however on my opinion UFO is done better.
These two animes have a similar theme of several beautiful woman longing to be in a relationship with the lead man. The playful and comedic style of anime results in many 'misunderstood' scandalous situations on the leads behalf. To LOVE-Ru is a bit less serious than Ai Yori Aoshi.
+ construction of story,
+ lovable characters,
+ quite good comedies.
To love-ru and School Rumble should be liked by people who are looking
for really chillout shows with many various characters.
Both attempt sci-fi, except in TLR it is almost deflated. Lala keeps inventing gizmos and the only thing the narrative comes up with is the same exact comedic routines invariably involving the protagonist falling, with inevitable coincidences. Lala in Yami happens to be an AI in a spaceship that cares for children for one particular reason... Yami has so much depth to it, TLR tried to have bits of romance too, only to fall flat on its face (literally, often), whereas the romance in Yami can be funny and deep at the same time, with added existential complications.
So here's how the two are similar:
- Both shows have aliens in them. (Nyaruko and Lala Satalin Deviluke)
- Both shows have male characters who are somewhat tsundere-like to the female character.
- Both shows are hilarious. (Although I like "Haiyore! Nyaruko-san W" more)
- Both shows are somewhat ecchi-like. (Actually To Love-Ru is ecchi)
If you love to laugh a lot, then you're gonna love "Haiyore! Nyaruko-san W" or the prequel "Haiyore! Nyaruko-san."
Both series involve characters that are from another dimension/world and come to Earth. Both involve great amount of comedy. Even though, To LOVE-Ru has aliens instead of Demons and it's more focused on romance.
Other than being a harem, both anime takes place in a normal city. Normal guy gets dragged by an energetic heroine and someone's out to assassinate him. The protagonist is also expected to be a great man someday. Oh, and the heroine is of royalty.
There are plenty of characters with similar personalities, like a tsundere, a sister who does all the cooking, cleaning, etc.
Finally, it deals with supernatural phenomenon (one is sci-fi, the other is magic).
I believe between that the two series are similar because Rito(To Love-Ru) and Teppei (Princess Lover) are the main protagonists. Those two individuals were force into marriage and have trouble with girls. I believe those two have different affairs and different personalities. If you like To Love-Ru you'll like Princess Lover.
While one deals with outerspace aliens, lots of ecchi and humor and the other one deals with swimming humans and lots of ecchi and humor.. there's not much of a difference in it. But the animation in Umisho is on a higher level than the one in TLR, the story's are different but characters deal similarities.
They are very similar in terms of fanservice and comedy; however it feels that To LOVE-Ru is more thought out and engaging as opposed to Amaenaide yo, which has one purpose: fanservice. If you like ecchi, try Amaenaide yo. If you like half ecchi, half actual relationships, try To LOVE-Ru.
To-LOVE-Ru and Rosario + Vampire Capu2 are based on a harem of girls who aim their love towards a weakling of a guy. The girls in both series also have supernatural powers, too. Plenty of ecchi moments, also. I'm sure if you enjoy one, you'll enjoy the other.
Both are comedic and involves aliens races trying to live on earth.
Though "To-love-ru" centers on love struggles of a human protagonist,
Level E is about aliens living out their lives without disrupting human society.
Both have multiple girls fighting over the same guy. Not so much a theme of magic in To Love-ru as there is a sense of adventure and galactic battles that always put the main character's life or relationships at sake. Lots of awkward moments for him as well. Plenty of pantsu and oppai!
Golden Darkness and Fate Testarossa are very similar characters; you may feel as you're watching another story about this mysterious blonde girl. TLR have lots of ecchi and is for a bit older viewers but MSLN is for all age. Golden Darkness is probably based on Fate Testarossa because To Love-Ru have a lot of parody elements, not only Magical Girls.
While watching Love Hina i had the seam fealing when i watched To Love Ru
They both are ecchi and have many beautiful girl around a boy,even tough To love ru is a bit mature :D
So if you like Love Hina and don't mind a little bit of ecchi you will like To Love Ru :]
The dialogue is substantially centered around the ecchi and harem elements and even though both are somewhat slice of life and episodic, the supernatural and fantasy aspects are always palpable, never fading away in the background.