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Aa! Megami-sama! (TV)

Alternative Titles

English: Ah! My Goddess
Synonyms: Ah! My Goddess! (TV)
Japanese: ああっ女神さまっ


Type: TV
Episodes: 24
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 7, 2005 to Jul 8, 2005
Premiered: Winter 2005
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: Bandai Visual, TBS
Studios: AIC
Source: Manga
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 7.411 (scored by 60,896 users)
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Ranked: #20412
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Popularity: #887
Members: 122,120
Favorites: 1,065


Both series are lightly comedic romances (with harem elements) in which a fairly ordinary college student is suddenly visited by a beautiful yamato nadeshiko type woman who becomes his romantic partner.  
report Recommended by Dorcas_Aurelia
The same story about a boy, who accidently met up with a girl through some weird process except in "Ah! My Goddess, the person got a girl through a phone call. 
report Recommended by Flutpiano
Both about how a young guys life changes as an unexpected angel comes into his life 
report Recommended by xKaorux
Same funny story about a guy who gets visited by a women..same slightly sexual humor as well. The only difference is that in ah my goddess the women are goddesses but in onegai they're aliens.  
report Recommended by serenity043
Very similar set up, Hot girl appears, she has magically powers, they start living with each other. Later other magical girls appear. They have adventures and battle. While the main character (a simple man) and the magical girl have a funny relationship etc. 
report Recommended by Neferium
Both are about a boy and a female who is a holy being as they slowly fall in love and the ups and downs they face along the way  
report Recommended by ladyluvlace
Both are pretty sad stories, elements in commor are, for example, a love between a human boy and an angel girl. Both are pretty sad but also enjoyable. 
report Recommended by Galatea
They're both harem with incredibly beautiful girls. Both guys are loserish guys who get a hold of their love interests in interesting ways. Ah! My Goddess has less of a plot than Chobits but both are great fun. 
report Recommended by Phill-z
Both feature sweet, caring females in the lead. They are laid-back, with occasional moments of sxcitement, but generally are relaxing (sorta) slice-of-life animes. 
report Recommended by Sweetpea
I both anime there is one boy surrounded by many girls in the same house. both main boys in these series are really unfortunate most of the time, but they make it up with speaking from the heart. both anime are focusing a lot on comedy with a hint of romance. if you like one of these you'll surely like the other too. :) 
report Recommended by rumaty
Both have the male lead surrounded by beautiful girls who want to be with him. Both try to fight to help the female characters. Male characters are alike in all aspects. The only thing is separate is goddesses and extraterrestrials.  
report Recommended by spineslayer
Both animes involve people from separate worlds how fall in love with each other. They face trials that can either strengthen their relationship or break it apart. 
report Recommended by spineslayer
These two anime are pretty similar. If you watch the two, I'm sure you'll make the connection. For starters, they both somehow involve demons and goddesses and are both romantic. 
report Recommended by Em_Leingod
One is shojo romance other is shonen but I felt the same watching both. I mean the sensation of platonic love with both sides being afraid of confessions and making first move. These are not dynamic love stories with sudden changes of heart and quarrels but slowpaced natural development of close relationship. 
report Recommended by Rychulubicz
Both series have a comedy driven plot starting off with a goddess telling the protagonist they can carry out a single wish. The protagonists then decide to ask the Goddess to stay with them, leaving her in disbelief. Once the goddess joins the protagonist their power is reduced significantly forcing the goddess to adapt to her new environment. However, whilst in Aa! Megami-sama! the protagonist continuous to live in the same world and the Goddess is please to stay by his side. In contrast in Kono Subarashi the protagonist is taken to an alternate fantasy universe and the goddess considers the protagonist a useless otaku  read more 
report Recommended by boub
The similarities are: Both involves a muchacho (male lead) having a realtionship with a hevenly being - even if it's a diety . Both involves a couple of additional hevenly beings living with the muchacho and giving the poor chico some cabeza del dolor (headaches) along the way. Both has one member of the household (if you can call it that way) whom the muchacho wouldn't wanna mess with. What's the diffrences: The muchacho in AMG is a college student, while in HN the muchahco is still in high school. One is a full anime with a season 2, while the other is a 4 min omake. HN is a pure slap  read more 
report Recommended by Nasty001
Both are pretty cheery and warm comedy shows with a sort of 60's-sitcom feeling to them. 
report Recommended by robfoster
Both these series contain the "goddess" theme, becoming one of the major themes. There is envy, jealousy, and later love present in both series as the episodes progresses. Both series contain supernatural elements as well as mixed in comedy and misunderstandings. Also, expect drama and the "little sister" annoyance that are present who tries to help the main protagonist through his problems. (namely involving love)  
report Recommended by Stark700
Angelic females taking interest in a very plane and boring character. The main difference of the two is that one is more childish while the other holds a mature tone. There is obvious plot differences but for the most part the concepts the same. A Man falls in love with a angel. 
report Recommended by Shaja
The main characters are both loser guys who love bikes who meet beautiful, naive girls who are not from earth. The art style, the kinds of jokes used, and many of the characters are similar. Both main characters also seem to have the same problem with being able to confess their feelings and progress their relationships even though half of the female cast is in love with him. 
report Recommended by Orimos
Both have powerful beings. One serves a single individual. The others are created by an organzation for dark purposes. Gungrave has great action. Ah My goddess doesn't. 
report Recommended by Ennis1001
Similarities + Both have girls appearing out of nowhere and living with the guy. + Both girls are not human (video girl and goddess) + Both protagonists had an unrequited love. + Both protagonists are considered cowards. Dissimilarities: - In Vidoe Girl Ai the girl is super noisy but in Aa! Megami-sama she's very quiet. - Video Girl Ai is Ecchi and has nudity but Aa! Megami-sama is pure. 
report Recommended by Kazami
Both shows have a similar story and made around the same time and many of the character remind me of wedding peach 
report Recommended by MinnieRach
Both definitely fit the mold of the modern Magical/Mysterious Girl formula created by Urusei Yatsura years ago. Both feature mysterious otherworldly women who come to Earth on a mission and end up falling in love with all the consequences that it entails for their lives and lovers. I think many fans of Hanato Kobato or the Goddess Belldandy will likely find the other appealing, I heartily recommend either to fans of SoL, Romance, or Magical Girl Animes, both also contain elements of Supernatural/Divine drama as well. 
report Recommended by MKSTEEL
In both stories, you have some kind of magical spirits/deities/goddesses hanging around the main protagonist. Both stories give off harem like vibes or cliches with the thought that there will be a love triangle. When in the end it ends up showing up as solely being a romance series with humorous supernatural shenanigans. Mamotte Shugogetten! does not follow as clear on its story I guess unless you plan to read the 11 volume manga series instead of watching the anime adaptation. Ah! My Goddess! is better in comparison to Mamotte Shugogetten!. So take Mamotte Shugogetten! as the bargain bin version of Ah! My Goddess! Mamotte  read more 
report Recommended by Randomcardcaptor
Both animes contain godesses and both of them have Romantic Element 
report Recommended by pc_magas
A DAILY LIVE OF COLLEGE STUDENT Romcom anime with college student as MC. Yes, if you look at main story there are big different theme in both anime : - Aa! Megami-sama! focus on Goddess-Human relantionshp - Golden time is normal romance anime But if you look from different perspective, GT & AMS share many similarity Similar Character : Female MC (Kouko & Belldandy) really love the male MC (Banri & Keiichi) They’re doing everything to make male MC happy, even if it means sacrifice their feelings Same for Male MC, even they look useless, both have high confidence when it comes to Female MC problems. Similar story : Focus story on how they balance  read more 
report Recommended by Shunaria
The female lead can use magic, it has a lot of funny scenes, the female lead touches many people hearts, it is very clear that the protagonists love each other and overall they have a similar feel to them. 
report Recommended by DarknessSerpent
Ah! My Goddess isn't anywhere near as ecchi as Girl's Bravo, but the stories are remarkably similar. The main character is a guy, whose kind of a loser, meets a beautiful magical girl, they start living together, and slowly fall in love. Also, for some reason at the beginning of the series it just starts out with the main character and one girl, but as the series continues the number of girls on the show continues to increase. Both animes are packed with romance, laughter, and a little bit of sex.  
report Recommended by middleground4471
Both of these animes are similiar in a point that parts of them are polar opposites Main Characters Ga!?-Main Character is Rude But Has incredible Good luck Aa!-Main Character is Nice But has incredible Bad Luck Goddesses Ga!?-Goddess of Misfortune(technically a poverty god) Aa!-Goddess of Fortune(well something of that nature) Aa! is more focused on its romance though while Ga!? is just a Hilarious anime full of Comedy and Tons of references to other multiple anime. 
report Recommended by Lightshade49
Both are like a virus once you got the bug it is hard to shift, you want to watch the next episode as soon as the one your watching is over.. great family viewing. 
report Recommended by belldandy2009
Both AMG and Aria are upbeat slice of life anime that have a very positive outlook and while AMG is a bit more action oriented than the extremely laid back Aria, they are both very sentimental series that never fail to bring a smile to my face. 
report Recommended by jacobpaige
Okusama wa Mahou Shoujo focuses on the balance of the town where the story has its setting. Ah my goddes focuses on the happiness of Keiichi (the protagonist). However, both anime have simmilar, if not exactly like, protagonists in them. These two anime also share a equal form of passion and feelings between the characters and their surroundings.  
report Recommended by ragonzul
There are both very in depth romantic comedies. The main character's (Keiichi and Aono) both meet these women by mistake. Although Ah! My Goddess tends more towards the romance aspect, while Rosario+Vampire is more for a comedic ecchi genre, they are both awesome romantic comedies that I suggest fans of the genre watch.  
report Recommended by PlatinumZero
Hard to explain why they're similar. The stories are quite different. "Ah! Megami-Sama" is a fantasy 'harem' anime, where beautiful Goddesses (literally) clash into a guy's life, making an amusing chaos out of it. While "I my me! Strawberry-Eggs" is an, also lighthearted, school series about a man who has to fake being a woman to become a teacher and pay the rent. But I thought the 'feeling' of the anime were so similar...that you probably couldn't like one, and dislike the other. Watch a couple of episodes, and you'll probably understand. 
report Recommended by Nayelianne
Also a nice Story about Life and Staff just Watch but just for Kids ^^ olny :D 
report Recommended by SkasowanyUser
Both have incredibly similar structures. Both are stuck with their girls, AMG by choice, Midori no Hibi not by choice. Both have a secondary female character who initially doesn't like them but then does. Both have a very similar sense of humor and plot.  
report Recommended by Phill-z
Sudden girlfriend, both are from different worlds and there are many similar situations in the plot. 
report Recommended by XzaR
It took a whole for me to come up with the recommendation mostly because I was looking at it from the wrong angle. How "A!MG" and "Inari" (for short) compare well with each other is the interaction of gods with humans. Not just everyday interacts but also falling in love with each other. I won't put any spoilers here because that's what makes "Inari" fun to watch ("A!MG" is a very well known series). In both series, the humans do get a taste of some of the powers of being a god, go to the plane where the gods live and even get  read more 
report Recommended by Dodecahedron-O24
Both are comedies with a bit of harem. Both share the same kind of norse legends. While in Ah!my godess, the main girl is Godess Belldandy, in Matantei Loki Ragnarok, the main guy is the God Loki. 
report Recommended by Orulyon
The main male character has nothing but bad luck. The upside is he is surounded by beautiful girls. Hey who doesn't like some unwanted distruction in there lives 
report Recommended by Harleyqein
Umm.. After watching Ai yori Aoshi ~Enishi~ Miyuki Somehow, it get a feeling like Ah! My Goddess. ^^ Ai Yori Aoshi Enishi X-mas Special, Somewhere along the lines.. “If I could spend Christmas with someone this cute..” and.. “But if we could stay together like this forever..” Ah! My Goddess, Famous quote: "I wish for a goddess like you to stay by my side forever".  
report Recommended by MiloD
Both include a boy, who has no luck with girls, and a magical girl, that comes to this loser and their story begins. 
report Recommended by AntikSeptik
The plots share a common theme: an average guy is living his life when a supernatural girl moves in with him for certain magical-related reasons. The female leads are both kind, care deeply about the protagonist, and have some naivete. Aa! Megami-sama focuses more on the romantic aspect of this while Sewayaki Kitsune no Senko-san focuses more on the healing and care-taking aspects. 
report Recommended by Bara_no_Uta
Though the relationships are certainly different in the animes, they have a very similar premise. A low-spirited guy has a girl enter his life that brings him happiness.  
report Recommended by Defiance
Both invovle non-human girl and human boy trying to live together. There is school invovled in both of them. Ah! my goddess invovles goddesses being around the main character as DearS has aliens around the main character. 
report Recommended by spineslayer
They are very similar. Viper GTS is basically the hentai version of Ah! MY Goddess. Girl appears to guy, guy makes a wish, and girl ends up living at his house. 
report Recommended by MariusDarkblade