Both have Vampire female leads, and both female leads are not what they appear to be at first. They are also both rather humorous and set around schools. R+V is more of a harem compared with Karin being more about Karin's journey through her oddity and finding love and acceptance.
To me, the obvious recomendation is the anime KARIN, also about a high school boy and a vampire girl. While KARIN for the most part lacks the "fighting" elements of ROSARIO+VAMPIRE, the romantic comedy elements of a supernatural "odd-couple" remain.
These stories tell how boys somehow got involved in vampires, the main characters. Karin is a reverse vampire though giving blood instead of taking. Rosario has more fighting scenes and more like harem.
Both anime follow the daily life of normal boys who suddenly fall in love with a girl that happens to be a vampire. Comedy ensured when they become friends. The only difference in Rosario to Vampire is that there is more of a harem. I recommend this to everyone who's searching for some comedy/action to kill time.
Both have a female lead characters whom are quite dense. Both these rom/coms have a school setting where the main characters (Tsukune/Karin) are trying to hide the fact about their identities while trying to lead a 'normal' life.
Both are hilarious and are worth a watch if you are a fan of rom/coms.
Rosario though does have more fighting scenes and has a harem while Karin is mainly focused around Karin and her secret (reverse vampire) and realisation of love for Kenta.
So if you're searching for an anime wich includes vampires and romance, this is just what you're looking for, and this is because if even both of the series share some factors in common they also have inversed roles, a totally fresh story that talks about how a vampire family and her sons live in a world of humans, the totally opposite of rosario to vampire, but this change makes some of the scenes on the show very similar to the ones in rosario to vampire but with inverse roles.
I hope you give it a chance if this sounds interesting to you.
Seeing how these animes are both contain vampire, the theme of the animes is to break down the wall between humans and vampires. Both animes also involves school life and daily activities. There is some comedy and love interest involved in both animes so if you like Karin, you will like Vampire Knight...
Vampires are alive and thriving, even tho normal humans dont know it. What they also dont know is that not all Vampires are evil, some go way beyond that, and some are really funny ^^ Vampires, friends or foe? decide for yourself while watching this!
both animes are revolved around vampires with the female leads falling in love with someone they 'arn't suppose to'. although the seriousness of the animes are completely different (with Karin being more carefree and light & Vampire Knight being more serious) they are both very good animes!
if you like the Vampire genre, you might as well try Karin. Karin has the Vampire genre with romance just like Vampire Knight. Vampire Knight has a serious atmosphere while Karin is a love-comedy show.
Vampire stories with Romancee ~
Vampires and Humans are trying to get along with each other. Human and Vampire fall in love. Kind of the same setting; mostly takes place in a school. Karin is trying to become a real vampire, while Yuuki becomes a pure blood vampire.
They are both romance anime involving vampires. However, Karin is more of a light-hearted romantic comedy while Vampire Knight is dark and serious.
Both involve the hope that humans and vampires will one day be able to co-exist peacefully.
Both Series Have A Girl Character Who Wants To Live In A World Where Vampires And Humans Can Exist. They also Both Have Secrets. Both Main Characters, (Yuuki From Vampire Knight, And Karin From Karin) Have Similar Traits In Their Personality.
It's hard to take these two serious especially when the main female character (who happens to be a vampire in both series) is presented in a moe and cute way.
Both series explores the relationship between a vampire and a normal human who shares a special (and often comedic) bond.
Both series has romance but at the same time has many comedic and dramatic scenes. However at times, there are also emotional moments especially involving the dynamic duo of the two main characters in both series.
Both series are about a type of vampire and this girl has a strange feeling when she first met the transfer student..So these series have much in common at the beginning. Both series have the same atmosphere.
Both heroines are vampires and both protagonist found out and have to keep their secret and their is also something special about them. i dont know whether this anime is good yet but if you liked karin then maybe you'll like it
karin is like an upgrade to fortune arterial, it has everything that fortune has, but 10 times more of it, literally.
plot, character, development, romance, you name somthing fortune has, karin has a better version of it (and yes that includes vampires)
if u liked fortune or u just want a better version of it, I highly HIGHLY recommend karin.
It`s a little similar, because Usui in kaichou wa maid sama holds a secret about Misaki being a maid at a maid cafè. Misaki is kinda emberassed about working there, because she actually is a the most talented girl in the school.
Karin and Fruits Basket are similar in the sense that they're both "cutesy" funny, and semi-loved up.
As Karin is an awkward school girl, so is Torhu Honda, and they seem to go through...not exactly similar difficulties, but have similar dramatic reactions, making for an excellent watch.
I found that the Fruits Basket series left me hanging, considering the episode numbers vs manga numbers. But with Karin, I was very happy about the ending actually having an "ending" where show came to a close.<br /
Also, to begin with, Karin wasn't something I thought I'd get into, but after the first episode I was hooked.
Both are romantic comedy about vampires (and other creatures in "jitsu wa") set in school. The protagonist learns a secret about true identity of a certain girl and then all kinds of crazy stuff happens. Both anime have romance but in Karin romantic relationships is more complete and satisfying
Both lead male characters are very similar, strange eyes, works hard, and lives alone with their 'young' mother who has family issues. Both share a similar sense of humour and both have characters who need to go through trials and tribulations befor ethe end of the series.
Few characters are really similiar. For example, Sumire is very alike Karin, the both are different from other people because of their abilities, they are clumsy, but good girls - sometimes both loose control over their powers (Sumire at the beginning and Karing at the end).
Also the two doll sisters from V vs V, Laila and Laura remind me of Anju, both in apperance (young lolita girls), Laila in behaviour (she's not talking much).
* Both have strange or as I would like to call them "unique" female leads
* Both male leads kinda take the supportive.. helpful role towards the female lead.
* Both are in a school setting
* Both are romance themed
More similarities to come ( episode 1 was just released =P )
- They just gives you similar vibes.
- Both female leads are just sooooo cute.
- They both are considered as comedy. Although reason behind this is different,
In case of Karin its about "awkwardness" and in case of Seto no Hanayome it is
simply a comedy with touch of parody
- They both have inter-species but "Kawai" romance.
*Spoiler Alert* ( I Guess so,,, )
- Last few episode will make you cry, and then at the very end you will enjoy a moment filled with love.
Last but not the least
- They both have dominating Mother-in-law.
Both these animes are based around comedy and ecchi both revolve around a normal guy meeting a non human being karin being a vampire and rurumo being a witch both animes contain similar art styles both characters (rurmo and karin) try to fit into a everyday normal human life personally when i first saw majimoji rurumo it automatically reminded me of karin with the similar characters used and the comedy both animes portrays
Great comedy shows loaded with slapstick humor, overly ridiculous jokes, "magic", etc. Though FMP! is only half-comedy, you're bound to like the action, and while Karin seems like it has a stupid premise, it's actually quite clever.
the 2 are about super natural power or legends. Karin anime the main character is a particulary vampire compare to her familly they go out the night and take blood, Kamichama Karin its about a girl who find a guy she found that she have power and tryign to save him with it
Both series contain: unusual vampires, human and vampire relationship and humor. In "Karin" theres a female vampire struggling with her feeling to a human boy. Wile in "Master Mosquiton" theres male vampire torn with feeling between two human girls one from the past and one from the present.
"Master Mosquiton" have more action and adventures than "Karin".
Karin and Ichigo are really, really alike... They act and look the same. Ichigo tries to hide the fact that she is a heroine and Karin tries to hide that she is a "vampire", that plot is the same for both anime. If you like Karin as a character you should see Tokyo Mew Mew as well!
Similarities: Both about a vampire girl going to a human school and falling in love with a human boy while hiding monster powers.
Differences: Karin has a blood lust to bite people due feelings of unhappiness while Renze bites objects and transforms into to them she also is a werewolf and has those powers as well. When it comes to romance Karin has a friendship with Usui and then feelings of love grow while Renze has a crush on Shun while he rejects her at first his feelings change. Tokimeki Tonight is a romantic slap stick comedy while Karin is a romantic comedy with some dramatic tones. read more
These two animes are similar in the sense that they are both about vampires and vampiric activity. However, Tsukihime has a dark storyline, whereas Karin is a lighthearted romance comedy which has vampires and vampiric activities which are quite different to the usual image of vampires and darkness.