Both are similar, Girl to Girl Combat (Fighting). Girls are Fighting the other team, alll Girls have different kind of abilities to Fight.
It also has some Ecchi Bits which alot of you guys might like.
The only Difference is that in Sekirei the girls need a Ashikabi (contractor) while in Kampfer they need to be chosen by the Moderators (more like god type person).
Both are set during battle tournaments were super-powered girls wearing impractical outfits routinely beat each other up. Fanservice ensues.
Sekirei is the more explicit of the two, but it also has a better balance between fanservice and fighting. Kampfer is mostly fanservice.
Both are Harem/Action,both are about girls(and few guys)who are put into a survival game without even knowing why they must fight.In both the main charcther is pretty usless so they have to rely on the girls around them.
Transforming from boy into a girl is what connects these anime the most. Senou Natsuru from Kämpfer have to do it against his will, but for Mitsuka Souji from Ore, Twintails ni Narimasu. it's just a side-effect of using battle-suit. Both shows have elements of mahō-shōjo, romance, comedy and ecchi, and Gonna be the Twin-Tails!! has also some elements of mecha.
If you liked one of those, it's very likely you would like the other.
* In both shows, tha main male character transforms into a girl.
* The main character have a childhood friend and the Student council president joins to their team.
* Both have some fanservice. (Twintail less than Kampfer)
* Similar genres
Both are amazing comedies with a gender-bent main character, who has to learn to deal with living as a girl. Kampfer is more full-on with this, as the main takes a while to learn to control the transformations, while TailRed mostly controls his transformations...
Honestly the ridiculousness, unpredictability, and the genuine uniqueness of these two shows is uncanny and I'm not even trying to make a pun. I loved them because they just kept me guessing and laughing the entire way through. They probably won't sell you on plot, but I definitely think the selling point for these shows are how much fun you have watching them.
Both Ranma and this Kampfer guy have the same problem-when they turn into a girl, thay don't stare at themselvees in the mirror naked,and don't musturbate on themselves.
Though they don't do it with different reasons-Ranma is a man of honour,when Kampfer guy is a pussy even in male form.
so same problems,same jokes,if u liked one u may like another.
Both are about boys that sometimes turn into girls, both are very funny as well. If you like a good long story with something diffrent I think you schould cheek out Kämpfer and Ranma 1/2. Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender will love this as much as straight people but I can see how an LGBT person would like this one alot!
These two shows are 50% similar to each other I guess because they both go their separate paths throughout their storylines.
1. They are both gender bender shows
2. They both have plenty of nude scenes
3. They both contain fighting scenes (for all of you action lovers)
4.They both have catchy credits
Un amour impossible, de l'action, de l'humour c'est deux animes on le même font même si sans aucun doute Tetsuwan Birdy Decode et plus approfondir que Kämpfer en tous cas si vous aimez l'un vous aimerais l'autre !
Both are very similar anime with the concept of a male student entering a girls' school, or at least the female area. The male main character has the same powers as the girls for some apparent reason and a lot of the voice actors are the same.
The main male character used to have a normal life, until it turns upside down when he participate in a fighting combatant on a female demographic area. At first it was embarrassing and difficult to adapt the environment, he soon get used to it and play along the rules. There are funny/cute moments, the main male character can be at dense sometimes, though they have some good action scenes.
Kampfer follows a male character who turned female when he was contracted as a Kampfer. Infinite Stratos, follows the character who studies at school filled with an all female cast, using IS as a fighting combat. read more
Both are harem. The main guy(who somehow/somewhat ends up looking like a girl) transfers to a school, which is for girls only(in Kampfer's case, it's the other SIDE of the school). They act a bit girly, but Mizuho is somehow more manly(in my opinion). They are also very beautiful in their female forms(even more than their real male-self), and is popular in school. Kampfer is more inappropiate, though.
Well, both animes have this main character who likes this one girl he originally likes and is constantly trying to win her over. Also both are harems and school life, and there are many girls who chase after the main character, who is clueless to this fact.
Both stories are about a guy who likes a girl in their school and for some reason or another gain some mysterious power which they dont want, to transform in a girl for kampfer and talking to cats in Nyan Koi! Throughout the story both also share similar circumstances where girls around him begin to fall for him. Both animes are also fairly new.
Both also have some fanservice at times but not too much to spoil the anime. Though the girls in Kampfer are much more aggressive than those in Nyan Koi!
•Yuri only, no dudes (1 guy in Kampfer, but he transforms into a girl for most of the series).
•Lot's of action (+ similar genres).
•Tons of fan service (ecchi in Kampfer, full exposed oppai's in Valkyrie Drive).
both are very extrem ecchi series where you can actually see the nips sometimes,and both had a much richer potential with the plot,but well the plot you will see in these shows ain't that bad ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
Both series are action-themed but are mostly recognised for the immense amount of fanservice. We have girls transforming and battling each other, but you mostly watch this for the "plot". At least I suspect most people do. Another similairity is that in both series the protagonist is very embarressed by their transformation at the beginning, but learns to deal with it later.
Between the two of them Kill la Kill stays true to the action genre and just puts the fanservice in there at the same time, while Kämpfer turns into a harem halfway through.
The main protagonist is loved by the girls around him. In both, the girls are extremely beautiful and are unique in a way and seem awfully appealing. In Kampfer, the boy has special powers unlike the boy in Shuffle.
Both pretty super natural. But Kämpfe is more of a magic fighting anime.
Highschool of the Dead is more of a IRL zombie anime.
But the thing that they got both in common is that there's alot of boob grabbing and boob shots if you know what i mean. Alot of girls in both. Also the're worth watching. If you like one of those then i recemmend you check out the other one too!
Both are comedies setted at school where main character is a boy surrounded by females and is frekvently being force to change into a girl. While in Himegoto he only crosdress, in Kampfer he changes completly. Kampfer has also more action.
Both are Harem/Action/Ecchi with a guy who can really do nothing and super powered girls around him who protect them.In Maji de Watashi ni Koi Shinasai the guy has no powers but contributes to the group through thinking up stratagies while in Kampfer even though the guy has a power he more holds the group back then contributes.
Girls with super powers fighting each other, both have their sexual sides to the story but Kampfer has it a bit stronger, while Freezing has more nudity. Both involve a guy that doesn't really want to be involved.
Bottom line....if you liked freezing you should really watch Kampfer
Similar character traits for Sangou, Shizuku and the main character of Bakemonogatari. Both show traits of de-tsud and a hybrid version of tsud in the best possible way. Also both main guy character are aloof to the relationship between the love interest.
Both are harems built with fanservice. Both involve female characters powering up and transforming as well as a decent amount of fighting, but Rosario + Vampire contains more plot and develops a more coherent story. The main characters in both also like someone over everyone else with the other characters vying for attention.