Kaichou wa Maid - Sama! is similar to Special A because of two main couples in each of these anime. In Kaichou wa Maid - Sama! There is Ayuzawa, Misaki and Usui, Takumi. Ayuzawa is very strongminded, and always tries to protect the girls in her school which was recently made co-ed. She tends to frighten the boys at her school with her quick temper, and masculine adrenaline. However, her character changes when she is discovered by a classmate Usui, that she works as a cute little maid in a cafe shop, where it mainly entertains male genders. Usui promises to keep her secret, but it comes as a price, and Ayuzawa hates him for this. However this hate/teasing relationship blossoms into love. In Special A it takes place at a school for children who are privileged. Hanazono, Hikari and Kei Takishima are the main couple. Hanazono is a girl who is in the school on scholarship. Her main ambition is to beat her rival Kei, who had beaten her in a competition when they were kids. Kei however is in love with Hanazono everyone knows this but Hanazono, who only feels that Kei is only teasing her rather than actually being in love with her. Hanazono is loud, headstrong, and comes off masculine at times. In the end Hanazono comes to realize her feelings for Kei. So the similarities between these two anime is about two couples who are oddly matched, but somehow ended up falling in love.  read more
Personalities of Male/Female leads are VERY similar and the couple dynamic is similar too. Both set in a school environment. If you enjoyed Special A, you will most definitely like Kaichou wa Maid-sama too.
Both series are about a boy and girl who are on top off the class. This forms a bit of rivalry but also a close bond. In both the series the boy falls in love with the girl and tries to make her see that. If you're in for a romantic comedy, this is just your show!
They have the same atmosphere. Where a strong, smart (yet ditzy when it comes to love), independent female with financial problems (tho they are NOT damsels in distress) and a smart, strong male who has a unique way of showing his love come together in everyday situations. Its a cute, comedy, high romance =]
Ps. the females are such good cooks lmao XD
both are a slice o life with school surroundings. both female characters look alike and have similar personalities of the 'never give up' kind that try to do things on their own. but are always protected/assisted/or challenged by the male character. both are great animes that are worth checking out. if you like one of them, your bound to like the other. (:
*Both have a very strong heroine GIRL ofcourse there are a lot of strong heroine girls but I find these particulary similar
* As mane girls, mane boys too are VERY similar, maybe Special A's one is more interested in love and is going towards it
* If you extremely enjoy any of these the other one will be just the right decision
* Both are heart warming and has a love story were ofourse girl is rejecting the guy because she has this wild and determined temper
VERY NICE! ;D
it is very similar with kaichou wa maid sama.
both involve a poor girl(ayuzawa and hikari) who is very energetic and very strong. both work hard in thier studies and in school. both involve a boy (kei and usui) being somewhat indifferent and gradually falls in love ^^
the r both comedic and ramantic love story desuuu!! ^^
Both of them has the a girl who at first dosent like the guy and happens to be great at everything in both animes, but the guy obviously likes the girl but keeps it a secert, and the guy always surpasses the girl in both animes
Both animes have strong, hard-working and independent females as the lead roles.
The lead male protagonists and their relationships are also very similar. They are both the coolest and most popular boys at their school, and they both stand out from the other guys. At first they are rivals, with the male protagonists being the only ones that can beat them at anything. And the lead females are also oblivious of their romantic feelings.
In both anime the male and the female both have the same characteristics for example in both anime the male is "number one" and the female is "number two", they male beats her in everything, the male is always saving the female, and the female is somehow always good at fighting.., while i was watching Kaichou wa Maid sama i had a slight feeling of i watched it before untill i thought of Special A!
If you watched Special A! i highly recommend you watch Kaichou wa Maid sama, or the other way around. hope you enjoy!
( My first recommendation hope i did it right)
These two anime are sooo similar, they are both set in schools, and the two main characters in both are over achievers, who are pretty much amazing at everything.
Kei and Usui are literally the same person.
They both have similar comedy, aka Misaki or Hikari oblivious to Usui or Kei's obvious love for them :)
Kaichou wa maid sama = Special A
Usui Takumi = Takashima Kei (Both very very smart, & look alike)
Ayzuwa Miska = Hannazo Hikari (Both look alike, Very Stoudious/smart)
Same as Usui and Misaki, Misaki dosent realize she likes Usui, Miskaki does not realize she likes him and the love slowly grows throughout the episodes.
Both Very Funny with very pretty main characters (Misaki & Hikari) Both have CUTE (sexy) boys Usui & Kei
Basically when i first started Watching Kaichou wa maid sama, i found a recommendation on Shugo Chara i was like thinking should i or should i not watch it, i mean i was like it does look cute so i was think ok i will watch it. Then after 2 episodes i was like SPECIAL A it is just like it !!!! And before i watched this anime Special A was defiantly my favorite anime but now if i were to pick which one is best they would both be first and tied, because they are both very very simuilar but one has a little but more love and one with more comedy and such and such. This is why i recommend Special A
If you are a KAICHOU WA MAID-SAMA MANIAC THEN DEFIANTLY WATCH SPECIAL A  read more
They are similar in a way of, it has the same story, nah!nah!nah! a story that tells about a poor girl who wants to defeat an opponent (which the same happens to be a boy) in a higher rank who ends up finding her self falling in love w/ him... and in the way that these two stories are similarly has a scene's which they will need a help of that particular man! and as expected the man will suddenly appear to the rescue! woah! get it?? and similarly, there comes when the anime was about to end that the family or any relative or someone close to the man will disagree to the woman, something like that :) read more
Both of the main characters are girls who are very hard working and consider the other guy to be their rival. Meanwhile both guys like the girl while the girls fail to realize it. They're both really good and have the same type of comedy! I love them both!
the anime is very similar to each other, but i thought that kaichou wa maid sama was way better, mostly due to the fact that special a was i thought was a bit overpowered. both protagonist are popular good looking guys who are a rich, mysterious and also excel at everything they do. Both heroines have unbelievable strength, both try really hard at everything they do and they also try land help those in need which made the protagonist interested in them.
They are so similarrrrrrrrrrrrrrr you can just tell after watching each of them.They are no of events in maid sama that are a rip off of special A.Misaki & hikari both share a rivalry with usui & kei respectively although they will do anything to go ahead of them but they can't.Also they oth are dense of their feelings towards the main male character.
Simply put the main characters in both Special A and Kaichou wa maid-sama are 99.9% the same when i first watched kaichou wa maid sama all i could study was special A just watch them both u'll see what i mean
the main characters in both of them are similar...misa and hikari are both honest,hardworking,strong,pretty smart except when it come to love.....and of course they're specialist in making cannon onigiri ....as for kei and usui they're simply perfect,rich and ready to do anything for the girl they're in love with
The characters are bery similar to each other for example, Misaki and Hikari are very competitive and Usui and Kei are calm, rich, good at a lot of things and both show more interest in the girl they like
In Special A instead of a student counsil group they have a "top 7 students class/group" or the "Special A" class. In it only the top seven students of the school may get in. The protaganist in Special A, Hikari, wants to be number 1 to this class, as she is number 2 instead. She competes with her rival and childhood friend Takishima Kei in order to be number 1. Kei always teases and messes w/ Hikari like how Usui does to Misaki. Also Misaki seems to be very 'stubborn', as she does'nt feel the need to give up and she tries her best, much like Hikari in Special A. I saw many adds for this anime on this website and finally decided to give it a try. I bet that 97% of you out of 100 will tottaly and utterly enjoy this anime. read more
This is similar to special a, because the main female protagonist of both anime is hardworking, poor, and is somehow involved with an 'inhuman' (they're human though) guy. The anime design is pretty much about the same with different plots. Both main male protagonists are rich too. I also recommend the manga.
Both have female leads that are strong, smart, and independent. Both have a school setting, one is prestegious and the other is in need of female demand (according to main character). Also may I say amazing lead counterparts!You basically get the same vibe from each of them.
They are similar beacuse:
1. They are both romance anime
2. The main character doen't realize she's in love only after many many charpers
3.They have moments were you want to pee your pants laughing
4. They have both cute moments
5. Characters and atmosphere are similar
Both anime to watch and enjoy ;)
In both anime the female lead are pretty much clueless about love and are portraited as strong independent women. In both anime the male leads are in love with the female lead but due to personal reasons cannot convey it to her (except for the fact that the women don't realize that their pretty much crazy about them).
With time in both anime they realize their love for them. Both anime have also the same comedy and drawing style.
This animes main character along with special a's main character are almost the same person except for the fact that they are part of different plot lines.... But it's almost scary how much these two animes are alike!
The boy is the 'almost' perfect always at the top of the list, the girl is always working hard to be #1. Finally, Romantically, Girls are 'tsundere-alike' characters and boys are always teasing their feelings.
Both shows are funny, have a romance and daily activities in every day life. Both animes also striving to their best in anyway they can.
In KwMs, the trio are the funniest of them all. Usui is the awesome character just like Takishima, their character is almost perfect. Both male leads likes a girl who is stubborn and pretty amazing ( Hikari and Misaki ).
If you liked Special A, then you might also like Kaichou wa Maid-sama. I guess there's a plenty of users who have already mentioned it, but anyways, I will just say it once more :3
The similarities are that both anime is about the relationship between a hard working girl and a talented male protagonist. The boy comes from a rish family while the girl is poor. And the most similar part is that both girls from those two anime are tump-boyish. Their personalities are like boys. However, the boy in the other side, finds it very funny to tease the girl and they develop gradually a close relationship. In Kaichou wa maid sama however, the relationship moves faster than it does in Special A. You will find it more interesting and funny to watch.
Not to mention, both anime have similar art and style. (Especially the character design of the boys) read more
Although the main girl isn't as dense as in Special A, both anime have plenty in common, from the guy being over affectionate without even confessing his love, to the whole competition area. Even though they're sort of similar, the storyline's completely different so yeah, pretty good anime to watch :)
First of all, the lead male and female look similar. Then, the female belongs to a poor family. The guy is considered to be the most handsome, intelligent and strongest guy in school. The girl is intelligent and hardworking but always comes second to him. Basically, both the leads are good at everything. Then, the girl is really dense.
kei and usui give off the same kind of feel like they were ment to resemble one another personality and look wise the girl they both are in love with are both clueless and do not except them as anything other then rivals they can not beat. kei and usui are also similar by the way they both risk everything to protect the ones they love its also has the same comedy feeling were the guys also sexually harasse the girls
Similar in the sense that the male and female leads were similarly badass. BUT, MAJOR WARNING: the male lead of Special A is annoyingly arrogant, UNLIKE Usui. This was a major turn off in my enjoyment of S.A.
This show has the same feel as Special A. For sure, if you liked Kaichou wa maid-sama then you with like Special A too.They both have strong heroine characters and the male characters both have feelings that are somewhat hidden at the beginning. Both lead male characters will also try to protect the main female character as much as possible.
The main characters both male( Usui and Kei) and female( Misa and Hikari) are all actually extremely similar, respectively. Which is, for once, a great thing, because they were simply spectacular. Both shows have amazing comedy and some romance. The romance is a little angsty (more so in KwMS) but the comedy in both is very similar, in that it usually has the male lead messing with everyone else somehow :D
Special A and Kaichou wa Maid-Sama! are both similar as the two female protagonists are strong, protective over themselves and do have a crush on the male however both males are also strong, but in Special A Hikari Hanazono (female lead) isn't as strong as Kei Takishima (male lead) but in Maid-Sama Misaki Ayukawa (female lead) shows to be stronger than Takumi Usui (male lead) in one episode as she -spoiler- fought two 'bad people' just as Takumi Usui was about to come in for the rescue.
In conclusion their characters have similar personalities, they both involve heart ache and enduring love. I recommend both of these anime to anyone who enjoys romantic anime. read more
These two are a lot alike. Both love stories with girls who are oblivious to their feelings and the feelings of their love interest. They see the love interest as a rival or sorts.
Special A doesn't have much of the fanservice of Maid-sama, but it has adorable beta couples and just as equally a lovable cast.
I think people who enjoyed Maid-sama would also take an interest in SA.
Main girl protagonists are hard working but clueless when it comes to romance.
Main guy protagonists are naturally better than the girl at everything.
The stories follow the girl protagonists slowly falling in love with the main guy protagonists.
In both anime the main leads are the best students in the school. However the female lead sees the male lead as her rival or her enemy and has no idea that he actually likes her.
and most of episode concept are alike ..
When I'm Watching Kaichou wa Maid-sama I'm thinking about something it has some similarity to the one I watch before then I remember it's almost the same with Special A both girls are competitive and the boy is ahead from them :))
•Both have strong willed, independent girls who like to take control and be the best at everything
•both main girl protagonists dont know that the boy protagonist is falling in love with them
•both girls develop feelings for the boy, without them addressing the issue, and are unable to confess to the boy or their own self
•both are situated in schools surrounded by the all familiar cast of slice of life comedy and reality mixing in between.
•both have other boy protagonists rivals to win the girl over
•both boys love to tease the girl
•similar in the slow shoujo type love within school grounds, and troubles/misunderstandings along the way, but they are both pleasant to watch.  read more
Both have very strong and stubborn female leads, and a male lead that is interested only in the female lead. Both introduce the idea of 'perfect' people, often leading to the characters performing impossible tasks that would never happen in real life. Though Maid-sama deals more with the relationship between the main leads, Special A also includes relationships between supporting characters, who have very interesting histories. They share a similar feel to them, and the art in both is great. =.=
both anime has same type girl main character,
strong, ambitious, but isn't sensitive with romance.
and also same boy main character,
cool, mysterious & 'perfect'.
the aim of both of girl main character is to defeat the boy.
overall the story almost same,
but i think kaichou wa maid-sama more funny.
Special A is pretty similar to Kaichou wa Maid-sama, as the two main characters who have a romance going on between them, are rivals.But in both cases, the girl (Hikari and Misaki), is more passioned about it.
The guy likes the girl, but in both, the girls are too dense to realize. Also, while both characters are strong physically and academically, they are oblivious to other people's feelings too. Neither of these are pure drama, as the contain humor too.
Pretty obvious recommendation. The lead characters are similar between the shows (I liked Usui better than Kei though). And they're both romance and comedy with school related themes. The rivalry between the characters is a huge similarity. And both female leads are completely clueless. Special A went into more development on the side characters.
Both are romantic comedies about a competitive girl that doesn't realize the boy she's always fighting with is in love with her. Both have a school setting, some funny fight sequences, and even funnier side characters.
This is so similar to Kaichou wa maid sama because they both have a leading guy and girl and they are the smartest kids in school. In both of the anime the girl doesn't know that she is in love with the guy until the very end. Both of the girls are smart, strong, and very bad cooks. You'll love both of these anime, I know I did!!!!!
Kaichou wa Maid-sama and Special A are very similar anime because they have similar settings and plots.
These two series are romantic comedies between a guy and a girl, and take place in high school. Their genre are shoujo, romance, comedy, and school life.
The female protagonist in these two series are somewhat of a tomboy. They are strong, rule oriented, and adored by their peers, but very dense when romantic moments occur.
The male protagonist in these two series are very popular with women and are good with almost everything. They give signs of their affection for the woman they truly love, very confident, and have a little bit of a cocky personality.
I really enjoyed both of these shows, but that is also because I really enjoy shoujo anime. If you have a similar interest as myself, I believe you will enjoy my recommendations. read more
They both have a main character who are incredibly strong and pretty, but in both animes there's a boy who is much stronger than them and eventually they turn into crushes. Both of the boys are very strong and good looking.
Both have very strong, determined female main characters. The girl is always behind the boy in terms of skills and smarts, and it bothers them. They refuse to lose to the boy, and try hard to beat them.
The main boys is the one who first liking the girl and they try to make the girls fall for them. They're very popular at school because of their good looks, their kind personalities and their smarts.
Both anime show a comedy romance where the main girls are one of the top students, but are never able to surpass the main guys whether its by grades, activities, etc. Both of the main guys are good-looking, perfect at everything, and top students who protect and care for the main girls without having them notice what he does for her.
Special A is not as kinky as Kaicho wa Maid-sama but the main female characters are very similar, hard working types. Special A has something that maid sama was missing, more main charcters. and they have good intertwined back stories. The comedy is on the same level as Maid-sama and there's the same playoff of one person who is very in love and another who is not.
They both revolve around school life. The main protagonists are a boy and girl who are always trying to best the other. The girl, no matter how hard she tries, can never trump him. However, this does not stop her from persevering to try to accomplish the impossible.
Special A a class of genius in their own extend of ability. But the best is Takishima Kei a student who gets above 100% score and who call his rival Miss Second Place her name Hikari the best of all the girls physically, mentally and many more but she couldn't beat Kei.
Kei's talent is world class, similarly to Usui who manage many big companies for his family and at the same time being a student. Hikari and Misaki's alike in attitude but in affiliations are a little bit different.
Try to watch this Lovey-doopey anime. You'll enjoy it. =))
Both male protagonists care for and are deeply in love with the female protagonists. Also, they are rich and are more involved with the corporate world.
Both female main characters are air-headed and don't realize that they are loved. They are poor and have financial difficulties. They are both somewhat self-reliant and want to work on their issues themselves.
Both series have plenty of funny scenarios and memorable romantic moments.
Both series are set within school.
They have a lot in similar!
♥ Both the female characters are dense and thickheaded. :)
♥ Both the guys flirt with the girl.
♥ Kei and Usui are both rich while Misaki and Hikari are average citizens.
♥ Plot is very similar.
These animes are largely mirror image, with a somewhat different setting and plotline. Both contain a somewhat flat female lead who is very smart and very strong, but so thick it is hard to believe, who is constantly trying to surpass the male lead (Kei and Usui) who is beyond human level at just about everything. Both rely on a lot of over-the-top humor and animation. I will say that the supporting cast in Special A is better developed and more likeable.
-> the two animes have the same type of drame
-> both have the great smart and powerful man
-> both have a beautiful lovely girl
-> the hero in the both love one girl but she do not understand his emotions
Both are centered around romance.
Both have a strong, determined main female character and a "perfect" male character that both annoys and protects the female character.
Both are cute and funny as well.
The characters, Usui and Misaki, have very similar personalities to Kei and Hikari, the main characters of Special A. Both of the guys love the girls before the girls start to like them back. Both endings are wonderful.
The female main characters are unbelievably similar. They both are hard working girls. The both work hard to be better than the male main character, and never get there. But anyways, both are cute love stories. (Though I like Maid-sama better)
Like Kaichou wa Maid-sama, Special A has lots of comedy, but also really good romance as well. The main girl characters, (Misaki and Hikari) are both oblivious that the main guy character (Usui and Kei) are in love with them. As the anime progresses, romanic feelings start to develop. The romantic element was done really well in both anime, but Maid-sama did better in my opinion.
Female leads are both strong physically and mentally while the male leads are both good-looking and almost perfect in everything (academics, sports, cooking...name it) Their only weakness is the girl they love. It also has the romantic comedy feeling that you'll surely like if you enjoyed S.A.
Special A is very identical to Kaichou wa maid sama. Both anime revolve around high school students, with the male lead being the best in whatever they undertake, popular with the ladies, and yet are only interested in the female lead. The female lead, on the other hand, are hard working, trying to defeat the male lead in each and every task possible, and remaining dense about love till the last few episodes of the series. Either of the anime, though similar, have their own appeal.
For me special A was extremely similar to kaichou wa Maid-Sama. Hikari and Misaki, both smart and strong. Kei and Usui were also similar for me, Both in love with the heroines, both smarter than both girls which actually annoys the girls who both want to be top.
Both shows had the same feeling to them, they were both extremely hilarious as well. I highly recommend both series.
In both of these anime, the male protagonist are both abnormally strong and HANDSOME, and the female protagonists are both very competitive with them. Both anime involve highschools and the storyline for both are very interesting and I enjoy them very much :D The romance between the couples in both anime are somewhat similar and overall, I do HIGHLY recommend Special A if you enjoy watching Kaichou wa-Masid-Sama! and vice versa. :)
Both main female characters
1. are super dense and not aware of the male's feelings
2. Look kind of similar with black hair
3. good at academics and sports and bashing people and things
4. cannot cook very well (both produce rice canonballs (you'll know when you watch)
Love interests are both 'cool' in character and tries not to show their feelings too much
Special A has similar comedy to Kaichou wa Maid-sama. They both focus on school, but Maid-sama has a little special twist (the maids café) and so does Special A (Special A program). Both main characters (girls) have a "rival"/competitor or someone (a boy, of course) that's ranked higher/better at things than they are. The boys from both shows have a similar personality. If you enjoyed one of these shows, then you'd enjoy the other!
There are two main characters that fall in love with each other
In the beginning of both anime, the girl MCs both hate the guy MCs
Both anime's gave me the same kind of feeling
If you liked one, there is a good chance that you will like the other
the same story of a girl main character and a male who is always a superior to her
He tease her all the time
She always compete with him, does not understand him at all
Both are comedy, romance and school life
The main characters are both temperamental, strong willed but really sweet and nice. The main guys are also both bold, kind of 'cold' and the perfect ideal guy type. In both series the main protagonist race each other in everything. The humor, and also art are really similar. If you enjoyed kaichou wa maid-sama, you will probably enjoy special A too. ^^
-Both have the main boy teasing the main girl.
-In Special A, the girl character works really hard, like Misaki.
-A romance blossoms from the boy, but the girl is too dense to realize.
-Both animes have the girl and boy top in the school.
-Both female main characters are strong, cannot cook, are quite manly, and practice martial arts
-Both male main characters like the females and tease the female main characters
-Both male main characters are ahead of the female main characters
-Both female main characters try to become ahead of the male main characters
Both series are very alike:
-Both MC's end up falling in love
-Both MC's don't realize that the male MC is in love with them
-Both have romance/comedy
-Both MC's like to fight
-Both MC's are dense
-Both MC's go to school
The story is pretty similiar and if you liked the mc in maid sama that's usui you will definetly like kei from special A. Both of them are the cool, awesome arrogant type and the female mc is also very similiar.
Both are amazing shoujo romances with bad*ss main female leads. The main male leads are both gorgeous and amazing, and you can't help but love the characters in both. They both take place in a school seeting, and they both have an amazing plot filled with romance.
Similar plot, setting and character archetypes. Both set at a school with a popular 'perfect in every way' guy and a tsundere girl as the love interest. Both main female characters hate to be second or lose to the guy.
Both feature a main male protagonist who is incredible smart and can be defined as cool as well as a main female protagonist with a good worth ethic and drive. An interesting romance story in both as well as some twist and tails throughout
These both Animes are similar because they both have a main girl character who are really similar to each other and a main boy character who are similar to each other. They both are Comedy, Romance, and School. I think you will love it!!
the male mc is cold harted to anyone other than his friends,cool,strong,perfectish.
the female mc is strong, thickheaded, violent, yet nice to everyone.
funny romantic scenes.
poor female mc in a "rich people" envirenment
all this exists in both shows
Similarities between Kaichou wa Maid-sama! and Special A:
★ Character Lives: Both female protagonists desires to work hard so they can achieve something they really want.
★ Character Personalities: Both female and male protagonists have very similar personalities. Both female leads are very strong and independent, and takes on their role very seriously. The main male leads also appear to be very protective over the female leads when they act cute to other males. Both female leads also refuse that they're in love with the male, due to their role as school president and being rivals. Both female leads also take their studies and education very seriously as well.
★ Genre: Both animes are set in a school environment, and have very romantic scenes between the two female and male leads.
★ Plot: Both female protagonists wants to prove that they're better than the male protagonists, because they always appear to be 1 step ahead of them in many things. Both animes also go through many adventures and obstacles along the way as well.
Difference you should note between Kaichou wa Maid-sama! and Special A:
★ In Kaichou wa Maid-sama!, it is mainly focused on 1 couple, while in Special A, it is focused on several couples.  read more
They are both similar in main character. The male lead are talented, handsome and rich while the female lead is strong and poor (not that “poor”) and they work hard. This two anime are both romance, school life and shoujo. So they are so similar.
These two series have a very similar feeling to them. The female main characters in both have pretty similar personalities and traits, and the male interests also share in a relatively similar situation.
Maid Sama! and Special A are so similar in many ways.
Misaki (Maid Sama!) and Hikari (SA) are both from poorer backgrounds. Both are capable of fighting and self-defence, have good grades and are admired by lots of people in their school. They are always trying their best to do better than ever.
However, Usui (Maid Sama!) and Kei (SA) are in their way to reaching 1st in the cohort. No matter what the girls do, the boys somehow do it even better effortlessly.
Despite this, the girls keep trying their best to outshine the boys.
What the girls don't know is that the boys secretly like them but are too dense to realise and later too embarrassed to acknowledge.
Watching Special A is like rewatching Maid Sama! and vice versa. Both shows have comedic elements, in similar settings and have similar characters.
For me, I felt Maid Sama! was a bit slow to get to the actual story while Special A just jumped into it in the first episode. I also personally feel Special A's ending feels more conclusive while Maid Sama!'s seemed like a cliffhanger, like they wanted to do a sequel to the original but ended up not doing it or something.
However, both shows are really entertaining and worth a watch! If you liked Maid Sama! I'm pretty sure you'll like Special A too, and vice versa :) read more
There is a situation where the high school students are all working together and form their own group. Eventually the main character of this story also shows love for the female character who starts working as a maid or a server in this case. :]
Delicious shoujo! OHSHC has another strong willed and somewhat wrecklessly self reliant heroine with not just one but several very good looking guys looking after her (not to mention the lovely Hikaru and Kaoru twins that are "very close"). VERY worth the watch.
I LOVED these 2 animes. Ouran has always been a favorite of mine and when i was recommended Maid-sama i was a little reluctant. but after i started watching i noticed the similarities right away. if you want an anime about gorgeous boys and the tomboy with a secret that steals everyones hearts, these 2 animes are for you! the characters all have similar traits and while watching Maid-sama i was constantly making references back to Ouran! if you're a fan of Ouran then you have to watch Maid-sama and vice versa!
The development in the love story is similar;
The comedy and the events are varied in both anime..
Both anime(s) include a new event in each episode..
However, Host club is funnier :P
But the love story in maid sama is stronger :D
I loved both A LOT!
Both animes have a strong leading female role who have a secret they are trying to keep from fellow students. Both plots have key love interests and several minor love interests that develop throughout the anime.
Even though the stories may seem quite different, the hero and heroine of both shows share a lot of similarities. Tamaki and Takumi (even the names sound similar) are both rich, hot guys who all the girls fall head over heels for but they are only interested in their respective heroines Haruhi and Misaki. The heroines, Haruhi and Misaki, are both diligent girls but come from poor families; they do not care much for boys and focus more on studying and excelling at other things
Both mainly light hearted and hilarious. Both have totally oblivious heroines and obviously crushing guys. Amazing characters with defined personalities and lots of lovable supporting characters as well. Fans of the Hitachiin brothers will definitely adore Usui, and vice-versa.
Both anime have a lot of hilarious moments and a lot of cosplaying.
The female leads from both anime, Haruhi and Misaki, are hardworking, intelligent and poor girls who finds the male lead annoying.
Tamaki and Takumi are also similar. They're mixed, rich, hot and have family problems.
I love their anime and manga.
They both have similar art styles. Also, they're both the types of story where the guy likes the girl but the girl isn't really aware of it.
Both anime include a lot of humor and some drama. Overall, these two are on my top lost of anime.
Similar feel and humor. In Ouran, the big thing is host clubs, while in Maid-Sama the big thing is maid cafes - both of which always consist of dressing up and trying hard to appeal to their customers. And obviously the main female leads have some similar characteristics: poor, strong-willed, and followed around by some blonde boy who loves her.
The relationship between Misa-Chan and Usai are alot like the relationsihp the Main characters have in Ouran Koukou Host Club as in she's not interested in him at first and is in away oblivious. But the entire series is hilarious and this is my second favorite show to Ouran koukou Host Club!! Love it!!!
Ouran reminded me a lot of Kaichou Wa Maid-sama for many reasons. The fact Misaki worked for a cosplay café in Maid-sama and in Ouran, most of the main characters work at a host club; which are very similar.
Two of the characters from each show are also similar in personality. Both are natural, poor, and aren't really about frilly girl things. Also the comedy and romance are 2 genres they both have in common.
Pick up your broken dreams and disappointed hearts from the end of Ouran, and head on over to Kaichou, the parallel world where the outsiders' the dude, and the hosting is by gals, and where actual romantic progression is a thing that happens
What more could you possibly want?
Having watched Ouran Highschool Host Club directly after Kaichou wa Maid-sama!, I found the two both appealed to me in very similar ways. Both shows have female characters who are being fawned over. The lead girls are both strong willed and both have secrets which the male protagonist knows. I thought the two shows complimented each other. The two have similar humor, and the artwork is nearly identical.
Both are the similar because they're both a shoujo that would entertain you. Also the main male lead want to keep the occupation of the main female lead a secret. You'll have to watch them to believe it.
The heroines of these 2 series are both brave and daring, showing many male characteristics. Of course, this means that the male lead must help the heroines out when they unconsciously put themselves in danger due to their selflessness and desire to help others.
Both series have a similar form of comedy and of course the maid service in Maid-Sama can easily be compared to the Host Club of Ouran Academy.
Also in both series, the female lead is tomboyish and the male lead is blonde and secretly obsessed with their respective female lead.
they are both based on girls who are not the richest people but fall in love with someone that they at first didnt pay much attention to or didnt know. Tho thet are both great romance animes i've rewatched both at least 4 times
- school life
- Both main female characters are top students and their families are quite poor
- Maid-sama have more romantic scene
- Ouran host club is focus more on club activities and other members in club
Which one is better?
I voted for maid-sama ( best to read manga bcz i rly dislike the colour of the uniform)
-Typical School life, Romance, Comedy, Same VIBES
-Both guys in anime knows the secrets of the main girl and can black mail her anytime
-Both guys are sadists in some degree (as in teasing)
-Both guys in the anime are both the hottest guy in the whole entire school, all the girls like him
You get a very similar feeling to Kaichou wa Maid-sama when watching Ookami Shoujo. The main male character is a similar to Kaichou's in the sense that they're both "good looking" guys that everyone else in the school adores. They both don't really care about others, but does care a lot for the female protagonist and protects her. They also both tease the female protagonist as well (a lot meaner teasing in Ookami), but it's obvious something is going to grow between them.
Only difference I see is that Kaichou has a strong female protagonist that can only be beat by the male, whereas Ookami's female protagonist is sort of weak emotionally and is somewhat of a pushover.  read more
Both male character use a secret they found about the main female to their advantage or blackmailing. These two deal with comedy, romance, and in both shows one of the character refuses to accept the other, in Kaichou wa Maid-sama is the girl, in Ookami Shoujo is the guy. School setting, same vibe.
Both shows creates the same feeling.
-Misaki and Erika both have secrets they want to hide.
-Both male Protagonists tries to be helpful and caring at times
[Usui is more of a character that enjoys watching Misaki be herself whereas Sata is more of a sadist who enjoys watching Erika suffer]
-Both Male characters looked up upon and have power over the other students
-Both stories are set in a modern society where the characters attend highschool
>when You are watching ookami,You'll eventually feels like watching KwMS. Both of them are giving same heart-warming rom-com vibes which You'll found in most shoujo anime yet it makes You like,no,love it and crave for more because of its own story.
>their art is similar,like how Ookami main characters' (Both Male and Female) design resembles the one in KwMS
>The characters' trails and the plot are also similar in some ways :
~~~Male MC found out the female MC secret and chose to not exposed it and for return the favor,the male MC chose a way which lead both of them to hang out together (ookami = sadistic way ; KwMS = stalker/masochistic way)
~~~one of main character pretends to rejecting the other (Ookami= the guy ; KwMS = the girl) but they are just dishonest and don't mind having other MC around them. Instead,one of the MC will feels uneasy and lonely if the other Mc isn't around
~~~Both male MC are popular guys with outstanding handsomeness which makes all girls fell head over heels for them and Both female MC are average-looking girls which make everyone wondering the hell outta them, "why on earth a prince like him want to date an average-looking girl like her??"
~~~Both male MC have similar design just with differents eyes' color (Ookami = red ; KwMS = green) and Both female Mc have similar design (until the point erika cut her hair)
~~~Both male MC have dark/sad childhood past because of family and both of female MC cheer and help them to get it over with
>Both of them have good opening and ending songs
>Both of them started off interesting and ended in a moe scene <3
Well,both of them have many similarities so basicly,if you like one of them then you'll like another one! :)
*P.S : My deepest apologize if there are grammar and spelling mistakes in this review. Well then,HAve a good time watching! ^^ read more
Both are romantic comedy, with more comedy than roman. Both are shoujo anime. The protagonists of both, have a similar relationship: In both, the male protagonist is tall, blond, and have fun teasing the heroine.
Similar storyline and characters. Both involve the main narration of the female lead and her love interest with a boy from the same school. Both interesting stories, with slightly different approaches.
Both follow a girl MC who is in some way being teased by a popular boy, who holds a secret of some sort, whether it's straight lies, or working at a maid cafe. Through the teasing of the boy, the boy starts to realize their feelings towards the main character. Both are very cute, and some funny bits mixed in.
Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji It belongs to the same genus of Kaichou wa Maid-sama!... It's a Shoujo anime.
The characters in both animes are similar esthetically and comedy pervades the whole story.
Another similar feature is the inner struggle of the protagonists to express their true feelings. Through this internal struggle and recognition of the efforts of both, the characters become able to grow as a person and change their lives and relationships. It's a short anime with big lessons.
I love anime that begins by getting me to hate one character, but then makes me fall in love with the same character. I also love how relationships that begin through blackmail seem so much more possible in anime, than real life. There is so much character development in both shows, and we come to understand what makes the characters act the way they do. We come to realize why they are in the predicaments that they are in.
Both animes include a prominent male figure who knows what he wants and what he has to do to get it. The female protagonists are very different in character, but you'll find that the relationship that stems between the two main characters in both shows is quite similar.
I find both Kaichou Wa Maid-sama and Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji very similar. They both have very similar aspects like both anime have a blonde hair male lead and a brown hair female lead. In both anime, the male lead enjoys teasing the female lead.
- Both are romantic comedies with highschool students
- Both have a handsome guy that is loved by every single girl of the school
- Both MC have a secret
- Both boys knows the MC's secret, which is why they tease them constantly
- These guys can be nice, but also "sadistic" sometimes
- They also try to help the MC when she's in trouble
First of all both series have great and unique main character guy, they are hilarious and different from all any others guys from other series.
Both series are about school / romance in a different way (not normal way), which is very funny and entertaining to watch.
The supporting characters help to move the plot and make it even more special and humorous.
Differences: Obviously the theme is not the same one, but u will feel the same feeling of love and will make lots of laught
+Both are similar in many ways.
+Both are Comedy, Romance, School, Shoujo
+Both got Cool main characters.
+Both got main female characters who like studying.
+Both anime main female lead sees the male lead as her rival.
In some ways, I found these two series quite similar.
Both series takes place at a school life setting where the main male protagonist is very independent and has control over his surroundings. However, at times he feels insecure especially in regards with the main female protagonist where he feels jealousy.
On the other hand, the female protagonist in both series are very serious yet kind students at school known strangely for their personalities.
Both series has a general lighthearted setting and mood that mixes in comedy, drama, and romance.
•both anime are relatively the same in genres, shoujo, school life, romance,
•both animes focus on the girl protagonist who, strives to be the best at what she can do, and have nobody to rely on, especially a male,
•both female protagonists have no experience socializing with the opposite sex, they are always afraid of her or avoid her
•both male protagonists are a hanful of mischief, to silently being romantic to acting the complete opposite and causing trouble and confusion for the female protagonist
•they are very similar in the strong minded female protagonist, who unexpectedly makes the male, slowly fall in love with them.
Both have the similar in the slight love plot line.
The main guy character is a boy who won't give up on his love, is a bit mischievous, and extremely direct in the things he says.
The main female character is a girl who simply isn't interested. She finds the guy, annoying. She will soon find that she has feelings for the guy too... but still find that he is unbearable.
Both have the same type of humor in it, if you like one, you will probably enjoy the other.
Haru (the main guy character in Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun) definitely reminds me of Usui (the main guy character in Kaichou wa Maid sama) in that they both tag along constantly with the main girl character and they act strangely around her in order to show that they like her. Also, the girl protagonists in both are stubborn and confused about how they feel about the guy protagonist. Definitely try both if you like romantic comedies!
- Tsundere Female Protagonist
- Reckless Male partner
- Guy likes the girl while the girl just can't be honest with her feelings
- Guy from another school after the female protagonist
They're both hilarious anime but they still have their sweet moments!
If you liked Kaichou wa Maid-Sama, you'll definitely like Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun!
Both have very similar main characters and the pacing of the comedy is similar. Both are romances and the confession comes first from the teenage boy who somehow admires the strong-willed, independent teenage girl. Also, both end somewhat ambiguously but have implied futures. They are somewhat different, I enjoyed them both enough to go back and watch the first episodes again after watching the last.
A girl trying hard in school to get a good future.
A boy who does not try hard and is still good at everything.
Both are lovable characters.
Over time they develop feelings for each other ( Male protagonist first)
Both female protagonist attempt to resist but eventually fall in love with the male protagonist.
Both contain some humor and drama.
Both is a 10/10
Female MC is not as much of a pushover and the male MC has more traits other than being bland and rude - Kaichou wa Maid-sama.
If you enjoyed this show, you'll enjoy Kaichou-wa Maid-sama even more. If you hated this show, give Maid Sama a try because it does everything better.
There is a main female character that want nothing to do with the main male at the beginning, but are curious about the personalty of said male. Through out the story line, the characters grow closer and are in odd situations. Also, the side characters included provide humor that helps make it an enjoyable casual watch.
Both of these animes are very much alike, if you like one of them your definitely going to like the other. The lead male characters in both animes have very similar personalities and make me laugh. The lead female characters in both are similar in the way that neither knows the feeling of liking or being in love with a man. So in both animes this makes it very difficult for the lead male characters to get them to understand that they like them.
Both series have a handsome and quite unique main character guy, with a secret background. Both of the guys are different from the other guys in the series.
Both of the main girls are super focused on their school work.
Both of the series are about romance and school in an very funny way. Both of the series can be pretty unrealistic, but in an entertaining way!
Both have the same romantic comedy genre to it.
Both involves a main female protagonists who interact with a male protagonist who have similarities.
Shizuku and Misaki are both have younger siblings and live with only one parent (mom for misaki and dad for shizuku).
Haru and Takumi are both living 'alone' with their parents unknown and they share a similar trait as a person who like to tease some people. Both also have a 'rival'.
Both have another male friend who share the same goofy but supportive trait. (Sasayan and Hinata in this case).
Both series have a tense relationships between sexes. In Skip Beat! it's Tsuruga Ren and Mogami Kyoko and in Kaichou wa Maid-sama! it's Usui Takumi and Ayuzawa Misaki. Girls in both series are trying to reach their goal no matter what, have a strong attitude and dedicated to their job. Although girls look very similarly and guys are always silently support those girls they love.
Strong female character in a leading-role (xD)
Things are inverted though:
Ayusawa, the strong and cold female president of the student council, succumbs to Takumi's "pheromones" in Kaichou wa Maid-sama,
However, in Skip Beat!, your demanding and perfectionist biseinen actor Tsuruga is who ends up being attracted by Mogami's personality
Both are enjoyable comedy shows
Both series are very amusing and funny. They both deal with the life of a female protagonist. The main characters Misaki and Mogami are both willful and determined girls who can take care of themselves.
Both have a fiery, hardworking female protagonist who are trying to accomplish a goal, while combating the day-to-day challenges that pop up.
Both have their bishounen characters there to tease the girl and create a love interest while the heroine holds little or nothing for love, or even betrayals of some kind by the opposite sex.
And both are Romantic Comedies with a wide variety of characters & events, and two heroines that arent afraid to get their hands dirty and kick some ass.
It's just that one takes place in school mainly, and the other in lots of places.
Both the main girls in these two series are tomboyish with similar personality along with a hardworking attitude.
Both series has tons of humor and drama.
Both anime(s) features romance themes.
Both series has popular main male characters.
Both have "chibi" scenes :P
Both series features the main girl working for a goal.
Both series have high energy.
Both series have similar animation style
Yup, you get the idea.
Kaichou wa Maid-sama and Skip Beat are very similar anime. There similar genre are comedy, romance, and shoujo.
In these two series, there is a love triangle between two guys and one girl.
Unlike Kaichou wa Maid-sama, Skip Beat doesn't take place in a school. Instead it setting revolves around acting in movies, television shows, and commercials.
Although the settings are different, the protagonist are similar.
The female protagonist for each one of these series are both aggressive characters who are very dense when romantic moments occur.
The male protagonist are both adored by other women, and very confident, a little cocky, and somewhat over protective.
Personally, I liked Kaichou wa Maid-sama, but I loved Skip Beat! I believe you would too.
What are they about? Take a strong-willed main female character testing the line between love and hate as she struggles to fight for what she believes in and wrap that with comedy and colorful animation (better in skip beat than maid-sama... Those backgrounds god)
Kaichou wa Maid-sama happens in a school-life type of scenario and Skip Beat in the Entertainment industry.
I can't say that this is exactly the same as skip beat!, It does resemble the same lesson learned, which is learning to love, when you lost trust in someone or even yourself, It's not as romantic (sorry to the people who are looking for romantic series similar to Kaichou wa maid sama.) but you will soon begin to fall in love with the characters just like in Kaichou wa maid sama.
They are both refreshing shows with strong, captivating heroines. Skip Beat has an imminent amount of comedy, which makes you grin from ear to ear. The characters will enthrall you and the series will make you laugh and...laugh! It has a little romance too, so you will have the best of both words. This anime is truly a COMEDY-ROMANCE (This is on purpose). So give it a chance and watch this series, you won't regret it!
Tomoe's appearance is quite similar to Usui's. But, the plot is based on spiritual powers, unlike in 'Kaichou wa Maid-sama' the plot if based on school-life. Either way, both of them are quite similar, with all the bubbly aura, and nice atmosphere at times.
Nanami as a lost girl; she has no one to support her, just like Misaki has no one to support her. The appearance and personalities of both the characters are quite similar indeed. I can just say that if you have watched 'Kaichou wa Maid-sama' then you should also watch 'Kamisama Kiss'.
I have searched for a long time for a romantic anime as good as maid sama, but was unsuccesful till I found Kamisama Hajimemashita.
Nanami loses her home and forced to live in a shinto shrine with Tomoe, a powerful demon who now has to protect her, and he is not at all happy about it. In addition, Nanami also meets Mizuki and Kurama who both fall for her.
Both are about a poor, but kind girl facing great responsibilities, always saved by the cool and perfect guy (these are shoujo anime) when she is in trouble (very often). The two main characters acts cold towards each other but manage to create a strong bond between them.
Both shows contains a good dose of humour and never fail to entertain thanks to their rich scenario.
- Nanami and Misaki are both strong independent females that are experiencing hardships in life due to debts left behind by their fathers.
- Tomoe and Usui both have a charming/cool appearance. Although they're popular amongst females, they show no interest in them whatsoever. They're both inhumanly amazing at everything they do.
- Both are shoujos and very comedic. They throw in funny chibi drawings here and there & random little jokes/statements that will make you laugh.
- The characters are very likable. Usually I find most Shoujo characters annoying, but I took a liking to the protagonists in both animes.
Well yes there is no supernatural stuff in Maid-sama, but in Kami-sama there is. But still. I think Maid-sama is pretty unique (and ended - just like Kami-sama - way to early, when all the good stuff from the mange was about to happen)... I can only recommend Kami-sama if you liked Maidsama.
Why? Because of the relationship between our "future" couple. Misaki & Nanami are both strong and straight forward, the boys are always teasing her but also ALWAYS protecting her.
There is just a little god-demon stuff going on in Kami-sama ;)
Both series follow the tsundere-falls-in-love plot with great characters and funny and unique guys. You really start to root for the couple and it's fun following their ups and downs. They are both enjoyable and great series.
So how do I put this right and not too good to be true..? Well truth is, I fell in love with "Kaichou wa Maid Sama" and then I found "Kamisama hajimemashita".. The way Nanami and Tomoe build up their love is both intriguing and nerve wrecking at the same time! If you love romantic animes like I do, then it's a MUST WATCH!^^
Similarities between Kaichou wa Maid-sama! and Kamisama Hajimemashita:
★ Character Appearances: Both male leads are very charming and cute when they're upset, and also have that handsome and romantic look when they're serious as well. Both female protagonists are also very cute.
★ Character Lives: Both female leads are very strong, brave, and independent who are also struggling trying to keep up their debts from their families at the same time. They also have a very important job that they have to do as well to keep on living in a good environment.
★ Character Personalities: Both female leads have very similar personalities, and both male leads tend to tease the main female leads a lot. Both female leads' lives have also changed when they met their lover / love interest. Both male protagonists also tend to be protective of the female protagonist when they talk to other male characters, and they're always there for them when they are in need.
★ Genre: Both are very comedic, and has gentle and cute romantic scenes, adding that both animes are shoujo.
★ Plot: Both animes go through many adventures and obstacles, and both couples ends with being married to each other (if you read the manga of Kaichou wa Maid-sama! and watch the full series of Kamisama Hajimemashita).
maybe KnT have different atmosphere in KWMS. but when i watched KWMS, i just thought of KnT. somehow, both gives a mood of sweet roamnce & both have great hero & heroine.<3 ig you love KnT, you'll definitely love KWMS too.
These are both shojo romance type shows with the main characters of course being the boy and girl and each of them trying to express their feelings to each other. Typical moments where things get sad and then sappy, but if you are a shojo romance fan, you will absolutely love these!
They are both very heartwarming stories about a schoolgirl who's relatively disliked by her classmates or even everybody else in the school except a nice popular guy who has become to like the girl. Both, Usui and Shouta weren't very open about that at first, but they both finally confessed and obviously got a positive answer. The stories are very alike and it's possible to draw some parallels between the characters also.
They are both shoujo romance comedies set in high school though the romances are subtle and gentle with plenty of drama and comedy. I'd recommend these two because they are good fun to watch, almost like a chickflick lol so if you like one, you'll like the other.
Who doesn't love the popular boy falling for a 'normal' girl? Or in this case, the violent and outspoken student council president. It's a great rom com that will make you shriek with joy each time you see the main characters together. What will Misaki (the president) do when Usui (the popular boy) discovers her secret? Watch it to find out!
Both titles are about teenagers falling in love with each other. This is happening slowly, step by step. They're trying to get to know each other better and understand.
Both contain many funny scenes. The main female characters are similiar in their behavior.
It starts the same, boy meets girl who is different from the others same apply for usui and Yamato,
The art differs in the eyes, but it doesnt really mater if ur in it for the story.Kaichou as comedy as well as little drama , so as sukitte Ii na yo that is why i recommend them both good and fun to watch :3
Ps: you'll find usui/yamato really alike (Strong,handsome with a lot a girls around the, but only caring for one)
This anime is kinda like Kaichou Wa Maid-Sama with a guy following or a guy loves a beautiful-yet-no friends girl.. And he saves her from a dude by kissing her in the lips directly.. And there story goes on..
Both anime's follow a relationship between a girl and a boy. Both boys are the most popular and loved in the school, while the girls are distant within life.
Also, the girls are saved by the boy at least once in each anime.
Cute, funny, girly and super romantic. Check out Sukitte Ii na yo if you loved Kaichou wa Maid-sama!
These two titles have high school students falling in love.
The male and female roles are very similar. The males are more popular and the females are more focused on life with no interest with having a romantic relationship at first. Each title has lots of cute and funny scenes.
Both have lots of comedy and romance. But kaichou wa maid sama is more of a secret love while the other is very open. I don't know hot so explain this but it is totally worth watching if u love romance and comedy animes
In Kaichou wa Maid-sama! she has friend in female gender but in Sukitte Ii na yo? does not ave any in non gender.
Leader male is handsome,tall and looking good,who is center attraction.
That fall for a girl who is center of unattractive.
After,one eye contact the boy falls for the girl,then the girl starting to have friend and it story goes.
Both have wonderful Love story.
both have female protagonists who, at first, hates the male heroine & determined to win against him. but in the end, they both fall inlove with each other.
if you love Kare Kano, youll love KWMS too.<3
Kare Kano and KWMS are animes that have significant similarities, both plot-wise and character-wise. "Girl has a secret which is accidentally found out by boy. This secret brings them together and they (eventually) fall in love. But of course, there are obstacles in their way. Little by little, they change each other for the better."
The story of an overachieving perfectionist who meets her match in her new classmate. He seems absolutely perfect on the outside, but soon, both their perfect facades begin to fade as they discover each other's true selves. Very cute and romantic :). The male protagonist comes from a rich family.
They're both shoujo anime, romantic comedies. Although Kare Kano focuses a little bit more in romance, especially on the manga, it's an anime with lots of comedy, like Kaichou Wa Maid-Sama. Both often make use of Chibi animation, like a proper Shoujo should be. Kare Kano is from the 90's, and Kaichou from 2010, so you might say Kaichou followed, in parte, the legacy of His And Her Circumstances. Watch'em both if you can! :D
Both series are quite similar in a variety of ways:
We have a main girl who tries to act tough but hides a secret in which the main protagonist early on discovers. Additionally, the protagonist is also smart, popular, and accomplishes takes flawlessly in both series. Yet when it comes to the main heroine, it throw them off occasionally.
Both series contain plenty of drama, comedy, and character appeals. Recommended for fans of shoujo demographic.
•both are of the typical shoujo, romance, school life feel,
•both girl protagonists in each anime are both hard working school students, who favour determination and long periods of studying to excel in their school life.
•both encounter a strong/attractive/handsome/popular male protagonist who has everything, and is already academically smart with an athletic figure.
•both fight each other competing with academic marks in school
•both girl protagonists have secrets that they dont want anyone else to know, but the male finds out early in the series
•both have rivals, making friends, etc, though the difference is the pace of the story is slow in KMS than Kare Kano, which Kare kano is alot faster into the relationship between the protgaonists.
•they both are a lovely watch, and will make you feel happy and content when you finished. read more
1. Both main characters or strong independent females, known for their intelligence, athleticism, and beauty
2. Both have a secret that they try to hide from they school
3. Both main males find out the secret
4. Both main males have *intense* pasts (I don't think Kaichou wa Maid-sama goes too much into Usui's past though)
Both lovely romance animes. Truly enjored it thoroughly
In his beautiful animation, in his style, both are romantic comedy with dramatic touches, have exciting moments, in his relationship between players or because Takumi and Soushi are very similar, and because the two players have strong character and they are good at everything.
Both series contain a tsundere female protagonist that tries to hide her true self from her peers. They then meet a guy who is elegant and protects them.
Both series contain a ton of comedy, drama, and later on, romance. Additionally, both series has the "service" type of theme involving maids and butlers. Expect entertainment.
In both Kaichou wa Maid-sama and Inu x Boku SS, the female lead character is strong but is still being protected by the male lead character. The male lead has feelings for the female prior to the female realizing her feelings for the male.
Both shows have the common theme of service in them(Body guards and Maids).Both are romantic comedies where the Charcthers have a secret they must keep hidden.In both series both male leads annoy the female lead with constantly following her around and both have a variety of different art they fit into each episode.Other than that they are quite different.In inu x boku they female lead is from a rich family while in maid sama she's from a poor family.But Inu x boku has a suprinsgly fun twist where as maid sama is a regular setting.
Both are romance animes with a tsundere main character along with being light hearted and comedy related. The characters are similar to eachother too when it comes to role/personalities(this applies to supporting characters).
Toradora! is a great watch if you enjoyed Kaichou wa Maid-sama! The two of them are both great romances with great comedy and drama to keep you enticed. While Kaichou wa Maid-sama! was more episodic in nature, Toradora! follows a straight plotline, it manages to keep you on the edge of your seat with drama, and also makes you laugh your heart out in comedy, all while wrapping up each episode nicely as to not leave unnecessary cliffhangers. The main girl characters are also similar in nature, being hostile at first, then becoming friendlier as time progresses. If you enjoyed Kaichou wa Maid-sama! then you'll definitely like Toradora! read more
- Each of these series mix great comedy and romance together while following a tsundere lead.
- Both Taiga and Misaki fell in-love with the guy they once hated, their love stories are full of surprises, that's why it's very fun to watch.
- The females are both a bit hotheaded and competitive, while the males are calm and collected.
- Each show has an absolutely hilarious cast that suppliment the main characters very well.
Any show can make you laugh, but the real beauty of Toradora and Maid-sama lies within romantic aspect. One minute you'll be laughing like crazy, and the next you'll find yourself immersed in those little romantic moments that just put a smile on your face and give you butterflies. read more
Both female characters have secrets that their love interest find out which serves as the main plot to both. This creates romantic tension between the lovers which make it very enjoyable to seem them go through all the humorous trials and problems to get into a relationship.
Both series are about a girl that needs to keep her service(Maids and Butlers) based job a secret,But then the main male character finds out so both series are about them trying to keep the girls secret
While Mayo-Chiki centers around a cute girl pretending to be a boy so she can continue her career as a butler, Maid-sama! centers around a cute girl who's a hardline Student Council President hiding her part-time job at a Maid Cafe from everyone at her high school. Both these girls have their secrets discovered by a mysterious/dysfunctional male classmate, and each series revolves around the ensuing romantic relationship that blossoms between them.
Both series have very similar plot : About co ed school. In Seitokai Yakuindomo, an all girl school turn into an co ed school and Kaichou wa Maid-sama! is opposite.
However, Kaichou wa Maid-sama! is more focus on romance (Shoujo) than Seitokai Yakuindomo
Both Are female presidents in a School that has recently became co-ed and both are trying to integrate the newly intergrated sex and make them feel even,maid sama has a romantic story while the other is just a plotless comedy.
The protagonists happens to enter a school which recently turned into a co-ed school. Despite their gender being the minority in the school, both of them join the student council. Both animes have great humour and have supporting characters with weird personalities.
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Both female protagonists are hard-working and clumsy.
The male protagonists are also very similar. They are always saving the female protagonists, are both at the top of their schools. And they are both the most handsome and most popular boys at their school.
In both series, the male protagonists share one similarity but have opposite personalities i.e. They are always saving the female protagonists & both are popular among girls. In Itazura na Kiss, the female is always chasing the male while he keeps ignoring her. However, in Kaichou wa Maid-sama it's the opposite. Also, both female protagonists are hard-working and clumsy.
Both have good looking guys and hard as nails kind of student council pres, that needs some TLC, however on the personality level, one was more of a noble kind of pres, while the other is a primadonna, Also the cool guy, in one the guy there is more of a hustler, while the other one was just a self made guy who just want's to get even.
In the series the male and female main characters share the same personalities.
While Kaze no Stigma's main story is mostly based on magic and Kaichou wa Maid-Sama! School life I would say that these are two animes fans of one have to watch.
* Same Chara Personalities
* Same atmosphere at times
Fans of one give the other a chance, Both are simply amazing animes.
Give then both some time..
the main characters [girls] are always trying their best in everything, but the main characters [boys] always seem better than them in whatever they do. although kaze no stigma is more fantasy-like, and kaichou wa maid-sama is more realistic, they are both nice anime.
The guy is serious and majorly amazing at everything which only infuriates the girl... yet she finds herself relying on him and unconsciously falling for him. Also the girl is tough and will stand her own ground. Overall I think they are very close just Kaze no Stigma is not quite as lovey dovey.
The similarity of these two shows focuses on two main characters; a handsome, attractive male character, and a stubborn, pretty female character. The male character is known to be calm, independent, and sometimes love to tease the female character, which the girl often blushes, or annoyed by their antics, having a tsundere role. Looking for a good character chemistry, then these shows would definitely fit your time.
Maid-sama is a normal slice of life school show, where a female character works as a maid cafe to help her family in a state of poverty. Kaze no Stigma is an action, supernatural show, following the characters in a town filled with supernatural beings. read more
Although a totally different age and setting, the blond male protagonist struggles throughout the anime to seduce the reluctant and female protagonist. Both are nicely embroidered with some light romance and comedy
Though the setting is utterly different and the atmosphere as such have a different feel for each, there are many similarities in the characters and their chemistry. The male lead is a handsome blonde with ties to wealthy families and mysterious past who seems to be openly infatuated with the female lead - and are. The female lead on the other hand is a smart, independent woman who doubts the sincerity of the other.
Hakushaku to Yousei has more of a deeper storyline and is more serious or intense (is set in the 19th century) while Kaichou wa Maid Sama is lighter, a lot funnier and doesn't have a hugely important storyline. read more
Very light hearted, with funny bantering characters and fighting that aren't really fights. Both focus on the weak points in the characters armor (i.e. Kyo's need for an actual friend, Misaki's lack of concern for her well being).
They both have an adorable romance that goes on throughout the anime and both have beautiful art which really caught my attention for kaichou wa maid-sama. They both have the same amount of episodes so it isn't large series but still very adorable. Also, the comedy in both of them are just the best, really one of the best anime's I've ever watched.
Both series has a girl in the center of attention with more than one guy interested. Both girls are also very athletic. Besides that, Okayashi actually reminds me a bit about Usui in his way of always silently helping the girl, but also by teasing/toying with her a bit at the same time.
-Both are shoujo
-Both feature a very attractive male character
-Ao Haru Ride takes a more emotional approach rather than the elaborate comedy in Maid-sama so it's a good contrast
-Both have fairly strong female leads, though female lead for Ao Haru Ride is more emotional
they are both love stories about two young people falling in love. they have different forms of love but it is still love. they are both AMAZING animes about love and if you need an OTP these are good animes to find some.
Both the main characters (Amu & Ikuto -Shugo Chara) (Usui & Misaki-Kaichou wa Maid Sama) have similarities with the guy teasing the girl and how they care for the girl, except in Shugo Chara, its more for the little kiddies that love transformations and magic,etc
It reminds me of it. (I know I know crappy recommendation) There are bishies, there is reverse harem, a great plot and ROMANCE. I love it, and I know you will too. Actually though, this anime just pulled me in. (less comedy though) but bishies, really pretty ones. Each with an interesting backstory and very good friendships.
I am not completely positive why I found these two similar, perhaps because they both have romance and comedy or maybe it`s because both female main characters work in a cafe, no matter what the reason, these are both great animes that I recommend.
While Maid-Sama doesn't have magical, fighting girls like Tokyo Mew Mew, both of the main characters work at a cafe and have a love interest that gets to them throughout the anime. Both are also rather girly, have some cute characters, and have some comedy.
I don't know why someone hasn't recommended this one yet. The anime plot, characters, and just basically everything is the exact same! They do have different story lines, but the jerk guy likes the girl, the girl acts all tough and doesnt show anything. Same romance, same comedy, both very good and enjoyable! Only difference is that maid-sama is the older version of kodomo no omocha (kodocha) and kodomo is also an older series. Kodomo no omocha is based on younger characters and ages, but the romance is actually more deep in it as well as the story then it is in kaichou wa maid-sama. If you watched either of these, you will definantly love the other! read more
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.
The relationship between the two main characters is similar, though in Kaguya-sama, both parties are stubborn. Kaguya-sama is also more of a comedy, and the romance is almost always paired with humor, unlike Maid-sama, which has more serious moments as well.
Usui from Maid-Sama! and Io from Acchi Kocchi have the same VA and are very similar characters, being people who are almost excessively laid-back, good at almost anything, both kind and a tiny bit evil. Both series are romantic comedies with side characters who are rather quirky and at times a bit... off.... and both series feature the characters in chibi form. Also, lots of head-petting.
I got a really similar and cute vibe from these two anime. Both were extremely amazing and cute and always have you rooting for the main characters. The side characters in both make for great comedy and plot. While I think both are executed in very different ways these two will both give you the same lovey feeling. Not to mention how similar the male mc's are.
both show a girl with a strong sense of determination. never backing down from a challenge, and working as hard as they can. they both also have a strong and cool male love interest that falls for them because of their determination and willingness to push them selves far beyond their limits. which causes the main male to slow them down so they can rest and helps them so they don't over do it
Both anime have a main female character that is strong and very similar characters. Due to their strengths they have caught the attention of the main male characters of the anime (Zen and Usui).
Both the anime explore the ever changing relationship between the main female and male characters. To top it all off, both anime have a very similar sense of humour and will warm your hearts up.
It may sound like a long shot , but these animes are really similar. In both of them the main focus is romance, strong female lead , and charming/sexy/ dangerous male one. The differences is that in Kaichou wa Maid -sama we have one super cool guy and here we have four. Don't worry though we still have happy ending, only with the difference that in Kaichou wa maid sama it's clear with who , and in Hana yori Dango it takes some time :) But I am 100 % sure that if you liked Kaichou wa Maid sama you will like Hana Yori Dango too. read more
Hana Yori Dango is a much older anime than Kaichou wa Maid-sama and the art is quite outdated, however it is very similar to Maid-sama. The main female protagonists are both strong-willed characters who are new to love. The main male protagonists in each series are both rich boys who get kicks out of messing with the female leads. The male lead in Hana Yori Dango is more annoying than Usui and is a little dumb at times, but he becomes more likable throughout the series. It also takes some time to figure out who exactly the main male lead will be in Hana Yori Dango. read more
-Main character being epic : As in, both are extremely strong
-Main characters are school president council
-Main characters have very similar attitudes: Believe in justice must be served
-Main character will do anything to protect others if they were hurt by evil
-Main character picks a fight with the other main male lead and ended up being forced to obey their orders sorta
-Main male lead is EXTREMELY hot and is popular with women
-Main male lead are very similar personality
-Both involve school life as well
If you like one, you'd definitely love the other. Both very beautiful drawings and stunning characters
The main character is part of the student council. She takes her job seriously and lets no one bring her down. They have a secret that no one knows. The main love interests finds out about their secret. Thus her life changes. One has comedy and romance. While the other a mix of comedy and air-soft battles
Tenshi na Konamaiki is a mix of Kaichou wa Maid-sama!, kashimashi and great teacher onizuka. from kashimashi you have the gender switch and how it would be like to become a girl. from GTO you have the punks, muggings, clever plots and somewhat simular artwork. The Kaichou wa maid sama part is less appearent. Both mains are tomboys who are suddenly found attractive by all the boys and they are both disgusted by guys behaviors and try to change them. Misaki-Usui and Megumi-Genzo both oneway relationships. However since all the guys in Tenshi are like the idiot-trio you kinda end up hoping for a yuri ending insted. both anime use the funny dummy-swaps. read more
-Both main characters aren't who they truly seem to be.
Maid sama = main character is actually a maid secretly
Hori = Girl who normally is popular, is actually sorta like a mother at home
-Everyone thinks main charcter is like a certain way, nice life style, etc. but in reality she doesn't. The main characters take care of the homes when parents aren't present
-Both main character's personality traits are the same
-Both meets a guy who turns out to be totally different from what everyone else thoguht they were
-Both guy main characters helps keeps the secret away from everyone else about the girl's secret
-Both Shoujo animes, school life romance
-Both main characters takes care of the home and family, like a mother sorta
So Hori-san to Miyamura-kun is about a girl (and boy) who want to keep their personal life a secret from the people who they go to school with and in a sense they both have this similar storyline, yeah Usui is very different compared to Miyamura but I feel like the two main females have a lot in common. So if you liked the characters as well as the storyline in one then the other is one you should check out.
Both involve female leads who were elected to be student council presidents in such difficult situations.
Both involves male leads who serve as their protector and with romantic feelings on the sides.
Both female leads are willing to deal with problems that involves the welfare of the students.
Both female leads are not to be trifle with.
In Kaicho Wa Maidsama:
- The female lead is reluctant to be near the male lead
-The female lead is mainly concern about the welfare of the female students (at first), since their school is once an all boys high school turned coed.
-The student council already has its own VP, Secretary, treasures and other staff.
In Medaka Box:
-The female lead has to literally start from scratch in forming her own cabinet.
-It is the female lead who chased after the male lead.
-This anime has intense ecchi.  read more
• Both involves male leads who serve as their protector and with romantic feelings on the sides.
• Both female leads are willing to deal with problems that involves the students.
• Both involve with female leads who were elected to be student council presidents in such difficult situations.
Both series features a main female protagonist who has a secret that she tries to hide from others but gets discovered by the main male protagonist. From there on, they both bond and later forms a sort of unique relationship.
Both series contains theme of comedy, drama, romance, and occasionally some serious moments thrown into the mix.
Both series are lighthearted and also takes place at similar settings with a similar feeling.
Main Male Characters are extraordinary in their own way
Main Female Characters are always thinking of a way to save money
The Story is almost similar because they take short steps to know each other
Few funny moments, few serious moments & the flow of the story is just right
Makes you want to watch more
Well the main character Takumi Usui is very similar to Kyohei Takano, they have slightly different personalities but if you like Usui then definitely you'll like Kyohei too. Misaki Ayuzawa with a slight boyish attitude but very beautiful, similar to Sunako Nakahara. Both animes have different plots, but the comedy and romance is with in it.
Well, the story may differ from each other but from what I have noticed is that the main character in Maid-sama, Misaki has some similarities with the supporting character in Beelzebub, Kunieda Aoi.
First of all they look somewhat similar -> face
Secondly, they both hate men and protects the girls from the boys in school.
Also, they both got feared by the most boys, except for the main guy character! Well, you know what I'm talking about right, the boy giving her some attention and finally she falls for him.
Male and Female main characters, and 3 friends from Kono Oto Tomare are reminiscent of the ones from Kaichou wa Maid-sama.
The overall mood and feel are also very similar, especially regarding comedy / romance.
Watching Kono Oto Tomare feels like watching Kaichou wa Maid-sama all over again.
(Of course, each anime has lots of great stuff aside from the comedy / romance!)
Both anime present Tsundere type girls, strong willed and independent. ZNT is developed at a magic world while Maid-sama is in the real world. I would say Maid-sama is a little more corny but still a good anime to watch if you're into the Shojo types.
First of all, KWMS and Sekaiichi Hatsukoi are similar because of their genre (Romance & Comedy) and because of the atmosphere that exists at some moments. Second of all, although KWMS is shoujo while Sekaiichi Hatsukoi is shounen-ai, I believe that the main points are the same:
- in a certain couple, there is one member that is teasing the other, but also helps and takes good care of them (in KWMS is Usui and in Sekaiichi Hatsukoi is Takano)
- in the same couple, there's the other member who doesn't want to accept that he/she is in love with the other guy (in KWMS is Misaki and in Sekaiichi Hatsukoi is Onodera)
- in both animes, the person who doesn't want to accept the love with the other guy says that he/she doesn't need any help and tries to rely on the other member as little as possible. However, eventually, they always get nervous around the other member and they realize that their hearts are not strong enough to resist around him
In the end, I would say they are both great animes, I loved the time spent watching them. So, if you already watched one of them, please give the other one a try, I think you won't be disappointed (you might see the similarities about their genre and the atmosphere within the 3rd-4th episode). read more
Both male lead has an eccentric behavior and are rather possessive, the male lead in both seem like they can do anything, the female lead is dragged along with the flow, a lot of similar comedy and overall they just seem similar
I watched this two animes a couple of mounth ago.To be honest,I had a great feedback from them.Both of them have the romance theme but they are a bit different.
In Kaichou,you will see that is the typical boy-girl relationship but with their ups and downs. The main reason i like this anime is because i like the personallity of Usui Takumi.He makes the anime more funny and I like how he protects the girl he loves.
In Anohana(abbreviation) you can see a special relationship between a boy and a girl,who's a ghost.The ghost died when the boy was little and he was trying to save her soul. read more
In both, the main character is trying to hide a secret about herself which would otherwise damage her reputation. They're both also pretty light-hearted and have similar art. However, I would say La Corda D'Oro is slightly more serious and revolves around music, whereas Kaichou wa Maid Sama is a bit more comical and revolves around the romance between the Misa and Usui.
The shin reminds me of usui. They both smart and good loking. Shin is a bit more violent. He falls almost instantly for kumiko, and tries to protect her in every way. Also both girls are strong and independent. The romance is not spelled out like in maid sama, but it's there.
Although Maid-sama is not supernatural, but rather school life, the art is very similar, they are both shoujos, the girl is surrounded mainly by boys, the girl is protected by the boy and there is a developing love story between the main characters.
Only two animes have brought me as close to death as Dashi koukosei no nichijou and Kaichou wa maid-sama. Basically they are both comedy shows that will almost make you laught yourself to death. So if you re a comedy lover like me, you should watch this one too. Now to the story.
Danshi koukousei no nichijou revolves around what higschool boys do in their daily lives. Of course they only show the most funny or most stupid moments of a higschool boys life, but being a higschool boy myself there were some scenes i could relate to. This anime though doesn't follow a storylin, and its still great. Becouse of this the romance element is mostly not included. But this is still a great anime, and i would like for everyone to give it a chance. read more
There's a very good reason why you don't want to finish an anime show in the span of a day, and it's probably the reason I stopped marathoning. When I marathoned Gurren Lagann, I ended up looking up alternatives and sequel seasons for an entire month. When I marathoned Kaichou wa Maid-sama, I began reading the manga. When I marathoned Hanasaku Iroha, well, technically I just finished, and my eyes are the spitting image of Niagara Falls.
Just to give you a clue, I'm practically crying as I type this out.
As for similarities, I found them similar initially when I thought about marathoned shows, but thinking about it now, they're actually not as far off from each other as I thought. The main characters who are given no choice but to accept their current conditions, both of them who work in a job that requires a good sense of customer service, and, of course, boy problems.
They're both comedy series that are actually pretty funny (though you may find yourself laughing at Kaichou wa Maid-sama even more) and they both have their own touching moments (and Hanasaku Iroha should make quick work of you if you love to cry). They both outweigh each other in certain categories, but if you're a fan of slice of life (best genre ever), romantic comedies (2nd best genre ever), and like a little drama in your anime shows, then Hanasaku Iroha is a series you probably don't want to pass up. read more
Both have strong female protagonists, who have vulnerable best friends who are easily hurt and often have to be protected by their friend. Both also have irresistable male leads and are both great romance comedies, with strong addictive storylines.
Okay, if you saw and liked Mitsu x Mitsu Drops, I suggest you watch Maid-Sama!, but I would not recommend Mitsu x Mitsu Drops to anyone (so if you saw and liked Maid-Sama!, ignore this recommendation).
-A focus on relationships
-Romance (it's different for each)
-A relationship that feels somewhat forced
The difference is that in Maid-Sama, the romance feels genuine, whereas in MxMD, the romance feels forced. Also, Maid-Sama! is a funny comedy, whereas MxMD is a terrible drama.
- Both main female character know who they are, it is like they don't get distract from other's word or action easily.
- Maid-sama is romance and school life
- Psycho-pass is action and thriller
Which one is better?
love both of them but maid-sama should be read than watch
Both are Romance anime giving pretty different vibes. Despite this, I believe that both anime are quite similar to each other.
Both main characters of the anime are teased by the ma love interest.
In Kaichou wa Maid-sama, this would be Misaki being teased by Usui and in Karaki Jouzu no Takagi-san it would be Nishikata being teased by Takagi.
Both anime are also quite comedic as well.
Akatsuki no Yona's Hak aids the heroine, Yona, in times of need while teasingly liking her by himself. Usui from Kaichou wa Maid-sama has basically the same character as Hak, though he shows less self restraint because he is not Misaki's bodyguard. I get the same feeling from both Hak and Usui and would recommend you to watch both series if you are into good character design
Both involve the female protagonists being Maids. In Mahoromatic she is a proper maid in service and in love with the protagonist whereas in Maid-Sama she works in a Maid Cafe and is in love with the protagonists. Also the male protagonists are both perverts.
- Both are comedy, romance shoujo in which it is very amusing to see the development of the couple.
- Although the protagonists are totally different being Takumi beautiful, integral, talented and loved by all the girls and Takeo being popular with the boys but not with the girls because of his appearance, not very intelligent, impulsive and always puts the happiness of others above his, both protagonists always try to do everything for his beloved girl.
I think that these two anime have very much in common. You might ask why because ones about maids and the other is about princes. This is because the two have very detailed art, funny, great story lines, characters and many others. So thats why I think these have quite a lot in common and is both very enjoyable.
The coincidences are infinite:
- Girl who does not succeed in sympathizing with men is harassed by one. One of them must hide the other's secret, they do so to escape their fears.
They will get to know each other better, understanding each other. Knowing that they will always be there to help each other, despite confusing feelings.
The genre of romance between the two aren't the same at all. However, in both, the main character (in the case of Junjou though the more rational one in each of the couples, I suppose) has to deal with irrational or uncontrollable people and their significant other. Artwork is almost similar, mostly feeling wise. Comedy all around.
Both have a male who is pretty much perfect in every way comedically, even to the point where he's the most popular in school among girls, except in Maid-Sama the lead male actually focuses on one girl.
The female protagonists are similar. They wok very hard and are good at sports. They are kind and passionate but vunerable at times too.
Both anime have romance in it, but Kaichou wa maid sama focuses on the drama and romance where as in Toshokan Sensou, they focus more on the action aspect.
If you enjoy Izayoi and Black Rabbit's personalities and how they interact with each other, you would love Maid-sama.
Both of these anime have cool and over power main male characters and a cool main female character they love to tease and flirt with. Maid-sama is base on romance, with a lot of action to keep it interesting, while Mondaiji is fantasy magic, with Izayoi just toying around a lot with little hints of possible romance down the line.
Sakurano (main girl in Ginban Kaleidoscope) has a similar personality to Misaki (main girl in Kaichou wa Maid-sama). Both girls have brown/black hair, are stubborn, a little stuck up, have a hobby, and attend school. If you enjoyed Maid-sama, then you will definitely love Ginban Kaleidoscope - and vise versa! The main boys Pete (in Ginban Kaleidoscope) and Usui (in Maid-sama) both have blonde hair, mysterious pasts, follow the main girl around, and constantly flirt with the girl; leaving you questioning if they are just messing around or serious. I couldn't stop laughing while watching both series (comedy, school, slice of life, romance, drama) as well as crying at the end of Ginban Kaleidoscope. Maid-sama is less serious towards the ending then Ginban Kaleidoscope, but both are great watches! read more
Same romantic feeling floating in the air, same "hard to get to" main character, refreshing pace when it comes to the story, utterly alike art... and... an ending that can stand alone and it's enough as it is (without a sequel).
The heroin females have the same strong characters that doesn't response to the guy who's in love with her, they both are smart and good in schools activities and popular among students.
So much alike!
Comedy, no clear plot line with a focus on the daily life and interactions of the characters, attractive visuals are some of the aspects both these anime share. Kaichou wa maid-sama has a much slower pacing than Working and might, at times, be rather tiring. The former focuses on the two main characters, Misaki (student council president) and Usui Takumi and their evolving relationship. The other characters are not really given much attention nor are they well developed, though this may apply to the main characters as well. Nonetheless it is fun to watch - a little at a time. Working's characters are more important for the series, and are more interesting and varied. Sometimes there may be too much repetition in their actions but that is also, in a way, its charm: its just the daily life, mostly unchanging. I'd rate Workng higher than Kaichou (mostly because of the characters) but both are enjoyable if watched in moderation (watching several episodes together might be very tiring). read more
I make this recommendation because they are romantic comedies.
Both have a secret that they must keep.
There are a lot of changes of animation in both.
Finally features traps. ;) Haha
Well if you want something like this there it is.
Both have female characters that are boyish on the outside but are really sweet on the inside. Both are class presidents and really care about the students at the school. Both are really strong. Misaki is kind of a combination of Kyou and Tomoyo from Clannad though is more similar to Tomoyo. Tomoyo and Misaki both have a love interest who would do anything for them. Clannad is a lot more serious while Maid-sama tends to be more light-hearted but still has its serious and romantic moments.
These slice of life series resemble each other surprisingly much. While the plots and settings are different, the main characters are definitely carved from the same tree. Even though other one is a young boy and other a high school girl, they have the same ethics and attitude towards working and getting things done. They have similar looks and personalities and they both obviously wear a maid outfit - much to their own discomfort. They both have that one person next to them (in Kaichou it is Usui and in Shounen Maid it's uncle Madoka) that constantly teases but also cares very much about them. Both shows give of a very nice and comfortable feeling and are very cute, sweet and warm.
The biggest difference between the shows would be the love genre that Kaichou has. Kaichou moves forward with the romantic moments between Usui and Misaki. Shounen Maid on the other hand has more of a parental type of love in it.
both anime adores vanilla romance instead of the cliche harem slice of life school life. while the main character tries their best to win the heroines heart in which case they might (or might not). in a way, both anime also emphasize on their heroine's settings.
either way, if you wanted to watch straight romance with not much conflict in it, go for it.
Both feature a hard-working tsundere as the main character. Male lead in Ōkami-san is not nearly as "cool" as Usui, but the relationship between the main characters is very similar in both. Both series are episodic and primarily humorous, with some drama. Art style is also very similar. Overall the two are very similar, but each has a distinct flavor that makes it well worth watching.
First of all, both series are done by J.C. Staff. But that's not all...because they are also similar in terms of main character where despite their handsome appearances, their personality does not fit with the usual princely types. (Thank God for that) Additionally, the main girl is independent.
Of course, there is also comedy, drama, and later romance blooms in both series.
Romantic shows that start off with a heroine who works hard, being modest and very strong willed, not easily mislead by attractive bishounens (until the very end of course they cannot lie to themselves as they are madly in-love with them too, mutual feelings) which from the start the (typically rich and handsome) protagonist had his eye on the heroine and persistently chased after her until the end. Of course there being a few complications and romantic rivals which actually (as usual) persuaded the main characters to FINALLY be together and confess their love, Maid-sama is a little bit more immature in comparison but if you like romance you will like either, Emma being less popular but just as good.  read more
The way the main characters interact with each other, is somehow similar. The female lead characters have similarities in their personalities and tend to be quite fierce sometimes... but in a cute way ^^
Misaki is a very strong character--like Haruhi. She doesn't put up with any nonsense. Although she isn't quite as crazy as Haruhi, Misaki still can be tough. I would put Misaki up against any guy. XD The boy who has likes her, Usui, is really funny. He can be like Jiraiya sometimes. So if any of you like that sort of humor this will definitely appeal to you. Also if you like girls dressed up in cute maid outfits, I highly recommend this!