A young male with almost no power (in our world) is actually the mao, demon lord. This is something both male leading characters have in common. They also have some sort of a sidekick and a female character that likes the main character, yet tries to fight him for some reason but grows to like him over time.
Both stories also have some sort of another female love interest that hangs around but this "love interest" is more obvious in Hataraku Maou-sama!
At the start, both male, main characters have little to no "Mao-power" but this...changes without the main character trying to achieve this. What happens next is up to you to find out. read more
Well in both series, the main male protagonist is considered a demon king/lord in the modern world. They have a strange (although with different interactions) in both series with the main female character. Additionally, there are also others who are interested in him for different reasons.
There is a lot of comedy, drama, and some obvious romance hints throughout both series. The main male protagonist often denies it or rather is dense about situations. Regardless though, they try to help their friends in various events and puts others above themselves.
There's also action with supernatural gags in both series as well.
Both characters are or become Satin (the devil). Although for what ever reason both mains aren't really the evil ones during there series, and end up beating the angles who are ironically the antagonists, and end up trying to save humanity.
Through out both series there's great humor and character development, and the animation is really good, but watch out there is a slow start to both series and not that strong of a plot. These anime are mainly comedies with some action so head my warning, but don't worry they're both well done.
The main characters in here are known to be friendly demons who are living in the modern world and just enjoying their lives. Despite their friendly appearance, their powers inside of them are pretty dangerous and can be destructive in a sort of way. Nevertheless, they still have their chill personality inside of them and getting along with other people. Expect some romance, action, and magic.
Maou-sama tells the main character who was transported into the human world and blends in to help meets his goals. Daimaou is a fan service show and tells a story of a character that has a conflict for the next demon king in his future planning. read more
Both Ichiban no Daimaou and Hataraku Maou-sama! have a Demon King who doesn't fulfil his 'evil role. Ichiban has the main discover he is destined to become the demon king, however works towards a peaceful goal, whereas Hataraku has the initially evil and eventually settling on a peaceful life for himself.
Both series have the powerful 'hero' type female who opposes the demon lord, but necessarily act upon (kill) the demon lord for various reasons. If you like one series then you're bound to like the other, they are of a similar concept, but different enough to enjoy without feeling like you have already seen a part of the same series.
-Both MC are Demon Kings
-They both have some magical girls on thieir side
-Both Demon Kings can be really evil but they can still be really sweet and nice at the same time
-In both anime we see some interesting character developements
Ichiban Ushiro no Daimaou is ecchi while Hataraku Maou-sama isn't
Both of the animes are focused on Demon Lords, both of them have some sort of sidekick, that is loyal to them and tries to help them achieve their goals. And then there is a female character that likes him, but fights him because he is a Demon Lord, but she then grows to like him over time.
Both have demon lords who have lost their power and are struggling to get it back.
Both are actually nice in spite of being demon lords and are completely over-powered. Both the demon lords have female tsunderes who try to make sure the demon lord doesn't cause any trouble. Both anime have characters who are dense and hell and build up harems
Same type harem deal. Both anime's deal with fan service and ecchi moments with silly over the top situations. Both of this watched side by side would greatly complement one another if you're looking for another series like this. ♥ヾ(＞ワ＜)ノ♪
Demons, and fan-service, are the central themes on both of these series where it features characters, with supernatural abilities. Though, the characters in here are friendly, and mostly funny when the main male character interact with the female characters in a comical way. Expect some romance, magic attacks, and fan-service throughout the series.
High school DXD follows a perverted high school boy, who became a demon and help his friends reach their goal. Demon King Daimao follows a handsome high school boy who became shock about being the next demon lord, with his life became complicated.
High school dxd have a number of things incommon
.overdose of ecchi
.memorable character s
.both are ecchi with a good story line- - the plots may not be similar but are interesting
.both maim character z are demon z
.both use magic
both the series are not to serious and allow for lots for comedy..and fanservice
Both have the MC with a 'hidden power' which they are unaware of at the beginning and then eventually leading to them being progressively more powerful as the episodes unfold. Obviously, both follow an ecchi/fanservice theme so if you enjoyed HS DXD this is similar but different!
They are almost completely the same...The characters are quite similiar as well, although Akuto in Ichiban seems to be more powerful. There are the main female protagonists, Keena and Moka who both seem fun-spirited and don't seem to worry too much. Kurumu or Ruby from Rosario could stand for Etou in Ichiban. They are both sexy, daring and almost act evil-like but infact, harmless. Junko from Ichiban is most like the vampire side of Moka in Rosario, because they are both strong-willed and serious. Mizore from Rosario is most like Korone from Ichiban. They rarely show emotions and are simple and talk similiar. Yukari from Rosario's personality is like Hiroshi (guy) from Ichiban. They are both brave and shy, also look very baby-ish like. Both animes are harem, but Rosario seems to have more comedy and the anime has all the characters scheming things to get the male protagonist. Ichiban focuses a lot more on the plot, and it only has one season so the anime is a bit rushed, but its more serious too. They both are on the same level of ecchi-ness, with characters that have larger breasts and all that. (: read more
Both have the same high ranking evil beings who weren't evil at all, but still have to be watched over by female main character to act as their nanny whom were also assign to eliminate them if necessary.
Both have the same supernatural, ecchi, action genre.
Both have the same school setting.
The main character in one anime has a dragon as his familiar, while the other one only has his friends.
One has an extra harem and romance genre, while the other has vampire as its extra genre.
The main character in one anime will one way or the other have to rely on his nanny to satisfy his blood lust while in the other anime the main character was force to go against the very authority who are watching him to save his childhood friend.
Both of these deal with romance, comedy, harem and ecchi (but for Strike the Blood it's just a little) . Each of them are also have the main character is considered to be committing a crime because he has the power of the devil (MC for Strike the Blood is a Vampire and MC for Ichiban Ushiro no Daimaou is a Demon King).
Both series involve a boy, who's pretty serious and if it wasn't for the series actually TELLING you that he will cause a big deal of damage and annoyance to the other characters in the series, you would of never have suspected him to do anything to cause attention and could make the easy assumption that he's just a typical dopey protagonist that the female characters can scream at and take their misunderstandings seriously.
Both series also reveal an observer that have been sent over to make sure they aren't messing anything up. This causes the male lead to become nervous, and again the misunderstandings are taken serious. Cause the threat to "report sexual harassment" to occur.
Of course, both revolve around the same thing as - the male lead has a power that he rather not have, but uses seriously when he feels the time is right. A lot of people think the male lead's a bad guy before they have even done anything destructive.
Although both series have great similarities, Ichiban Ushiro Daimaou is vastly more entertaining. So, I suppose it's safe to say - if you like one of these, you'll like the other. Or not. read more
Both series come with magic and the whole fantasy genre. Ichiban is more plot driven and doesn't emphasize on fan service nevertheless its there. There's actually development for the main character unlike Hagure Yuusha where he starts off as a powerhouse.
•Badass main character's.
•Both have demon's involved.
•Main characters attract bitche's.
•Fanservice, attractive females.
•In Hagure Yuusha no Aesthetica the main character steals lingerie.
•In Ichiban Ushiro no Daimaou the main character destroys lingerie.
Both of these anime series have an immensely powerful MC that have trouble controlling their magical abilities at first in a school environment. A stigma is attached to them at school as dangerous and evil because of their strange behavioural patterns especially around females, however they are both kind in a sense and stick to their own beliefs with unyielding conviction.
Main characters are males, powerful and sometimes a bit of a doormat (gullible, easily manipulated by women etc). Both possess some sort of power and both are the next successors of a role (demon king, Gandalfr). Tons of fan service and whatnot as well as embarrassing moments mostly relating to the girls in the story. Side characters have big boobs.
The animes have simular atmosphere: magical school, heroes with magical powers. The protagonist of both is a male character who stands from the crowd. There are also some female characters who like the pratagonist. But in Ichiban Ushiro no Daimaou it has more erotical aspects.
Similarities: Hotblooded ecchi with an antihero over the top protagonist. Both have plenty of trope busting, and trope exaggeration. Manly men doing manly things.
Differences: Needless lacks the harem or romantic relationships almost completely, It has plenty of women though.
Holy crap, two main badasses protagonist in the these two series? Tbh, Ichiban Ushiro no Daimaou and Needless reminds me of each other.
Both series has a male protagonist who has an enormous power. With him is a female partner who is energetic girl and other girls.
Both series has a lot of fan-service in the form of action, violence, and gar. Both series also has the "world domination" theme and justice plays a theme throughout the series.
They also both have a lot of comedy and gags but at the same time some emotional moments.
The main character is the incarnation of the greatest evil; however he only wants to be a good guy. Both stories have funny and serious moments (less in Daimaou). As far as I know, there will be an academy atmosphere which is also common in them.
Both muchacho (lead male characters) were part of the up most demon hierarchy.
Both have school, supernatural, action and magic genre.
Both muchachos were orphans and grew up in an orphanage.
Both muchachos were extremely powerful.
And both muchachos have a male sidekick.
In AE the muchacho is an asshole, while in IUD the muchacho is a gentelman.
The muchacho in AE exhibits physical signs of being a demon, while in IUD the muchacho looks whole human.
The muchacho in AE has a sword than contains his entire powers, however, he still has a knack for trouble, while in IUD the muchacho already has his in a the form of "Mana" he has trouble controlling his powers thus always gets him into a lot of awkward situations.
The muchacho in AE is lazy and doesn't do well with his studies, while in IUD the muchacho is a top student.
IUD has an extra ecchi, harem and romance as it's extra genre, while AE is a full supernatural genre.
The main character is the incarnation of the greatest evil; however he only wants to be a good guy. Both stories have funny and serious moments (less in Daimaou). As far as I know, there will be an academy atmosphere which is also common in them.
In both, the main character enrolls in a magic school, considered by others to be a demon lord (While in Trinity Seven he is praised for it, in Ichiban Ushiro no Daimaou he is feared for it). Both have lot of female characters. Both are action comedies.
In both anime the MCs enter a magic high school and after that, they learn about themselves that their destiny is to become the next demon king.
Besides demon kings, they both are harem kings too.
Both MCs are perverted guys, both are really strong and don't realize how strong their magic actually is. They try to take cotrol over it and fight evil.
Arata from Trinity Seven has one strong reason to do all of this - to find his little cousin Hijiri.
Both animes are about a male MC who has been chosen to become the demon king, both of them follow the harem genre and both are set within a school. Both of them are based around magic. They have pretty identical base storys so if you like one of them its most likely you'll like the other as even though the base is the same they still both have unique differences.
Hmm, I think it's time to recommend smth. Okay let's go. I think this animos are similar because:
- Main MC is going to be Maou
- Main MC is overpowered
- Main MC cannot hang his powers
- Main MC is going to school
- Both animos are ecchi, but there is a fookin censoor
T7 is still better but in the other hand with ichiban u will fill the void after T7, just wait for a movie ;3
Ichiban Ushiro no Daimaou, or "Color Wars" as it is lovingly referred to by anyone who watched it as it was airing, displays several similarities to Infinite Stratos. The solitary protagonist in a sea of opportunity is perhaps the most glaring of these similarities, but the fact that both main characters are surrounded by bitches who want nothing more than to get inside their pants make the two characters are almost interchangeable.
While the setting is different, the premise is not. The main character is not quite the same as the people that surround him, and because of this, it would seem that he is destined for greatness.
Harem, Ecchi, Story. Both have good artwork in my opinion, stories are pretty similar except one is an all girls school. Both are good shows if you've ran out of longer series to watch, This will make you laugh and have a good time.
Both protagonists are "Demon Kings", without any intention of being them from the beginning. Both have been surrounded with many girls, a harem basically. Both have fighting scenes with fan service scenes in both.
Very similar charactors, typical harem/ecchi anime but with good stroy development similar to Shuffle in terms of story, alot of misunderstadning, great art work, great fight seens and alot of chactor development similar to shuffle.
Both series are classified under the typical harem genre. As such, the main protagonist is surrounded by girls with conflicting personalities. Additionally, both series has the supernatural side...in this case, demons. Finally, both anime has a protagonist that isn't completely pathetic unlike some harem leads.
Both series's belong to the themes of harem, and ecchi. They also have similarities in the themes of magic, demons, angels, love, and... girls.
The biggest difference between the two is that Daimaou has more action, scenes that question morality, and the main male protagonist is the demon.
Same atmosphere, Both consists of Demon Lord & pretty girls, & trusty side kicks.
Both the protagonist Have awesome powers. Both are funny & good to watch.
Difference is there is no baby attached to Akuto.
The main character of each series is thought to be some kind of demon king. They also involve going into caves to obtain powers, there's magic, and they're both full of good ole fan service.
Just an overall similar feel to them.
When you search for a funny magic echi Anime. Read this recommendation.
- overpowered main protagonist
- the power of the the protagonist is increasing throughout the series
- magic related powers /weapons
- both take place at a Magic high school
- both worlds are filled with Magic/ Magic items
- both mains are demons
- both mains are surounded by girls
- both are stronger than they look
- both are misjudged and are actually quite sweet
- some similar humour
only difference is that in daimaou the main isnt a pervert like in dxd
Both are fan serviced filled harem anime's that involve judo-christian inspired lore such as demons and angels. This actually turns out to be really entertaining not just because of the fan service, but because of the lore, as well with the powers the both perverted protagonists obtain.
Kyo Kara MAOH! and Demon King Daimao both have the main male protagonist fated to be the demon king but none of them want to be the demon king. They both believe it's just a huge misunderstanding and both of them made a mistake on the other place's(Shinmakoku, Magic Academy) customs. They both also have at least one character that likes it better when their demon king selves awaken.
the simmilarity is that no one likes him that there the black sheep and the other is hatted by everyone
the difference one controls magic he other elements using magic and ones an orphan and the others been casted out
•Both of the anime plot is somewhat similar.
•Similar feel and setting.
•The idea of demons and heroes are present in both anime.
•The male protagonist are very strong.
•About 90% of the female cast has a thing for the main character.
•Both anime are filled with fan service (though Shinmai Maou is more extreme when it comes to this).
•In Ichiban Ushiro, the main character is the demon king while in Shinmai Maou the female main character is the next in line.
•Shinmai Maou is a longer series (2 seasons - 20+ episodes) than Ichiban Ushiro.
Overall, I find that these shows don't have too many differences.
Both protagonists are 'nomal' guys that becomes a demon lord;
Both become pretty OP;
They share simmular TV/anime tropes and genres;
Both action packed with fan-service;
Ichiban has a highschool setting while Isekai Maou is taking place in a fantasy world;
Premises are slightly different, execution and themes are quite similar. In both series, you have a relatively kind hearted demon lord getting their own male followers, and female warrior/magician harem, and falling into certain plots of possible enemies.
Same setting of Harem,comedy,school containg heores,ancient dragons related to past lives in addition to ''Demon king'' title.
MC is Hot,popular well as badass with a kind side,trying his best to protect things which are important to him.
give it a try,you won't be disappointed,I gauranteed. :D
Both include some sort of Harem. Only 2 "significant" male roles for each. Quite a bit of fanservice for each. Both have really weird and random stories that may anger some people. I hate both of these to my very core and hope that both of them die in a fire.
Though these two are pretty different in terms of setting, certain traits of characters in Daimaou overlap with Dragonar's protagonist and his friends.
Both shows are also harem fantasy/action anime, so if you enjoyed Dragonar, then you will definitely en will definitely like/love Ichiban Ushiro no Daimaou.
Both give the same feel, have big action, and are geat funny comedies! The only diference: DK - magic, FMP - mecha. If you like one of these anime, you will love the other one too!
-both anime main male characters act, look, and sound almost the same.
-both anime main female characters like the boy, but don't want to admit it.
They share plot, 2 sides fighting eachother, but in the last battle, they figh together, they charaters are very similair. Watching samurai girls made me feel like watching ichiban in a samurai style. Both have are harem, action and ecchi, ichiban is more of magic, samurai girls is more of swordplay. If you like 1 of them, you must watch the other.
Both deal with magic and have a Demon Lord character (though for only some episodes in Slayers). That's pretty much all the similarities between them. Slayers is more adventure and comedy oriented, while Ichiban is more ecchi, and although Slayers shows its age, it's still a better show than Ichiban.
What do you get when you combine an anime with "fight" as it's genre with a fair amount of echhiness? You'd get a perfect anime. And for those who have watched Seikon no Qwaser, I garuntee that you'll like Ichiban Ushiro no Daimaou! I'd say SnQ do have better fight scenes and a more definite story line as compared to IUnD, both are good in their own ways. Watch it, and you'll understand what I mean! For those who have yet to watch these 2 series, watch it NOW!!! I'd recommend no children under 15 though!
Torodora and Ichiban are each about a student that is looked down by other classmates because of his scary, apparent nature. Both heavily emphasize comedy, romance, school, and both hone in on the character's predicament. Toradora deals with a high schooler's troubles as everyone thinks he's a rough bully. Ichiban deals with a student's troubles as everyone labels him as a demon lord.
Both shows share in common that the main focus is of Mages, Magic and school troubles.
Both shows are entirely funny and meant to still contain a plot-line.
They both also have characters in the show that do not get a long so well at points. If you have seen these shows you may understand where I am coming from but for those who don't I say this.
If you want a show that will entertain you, it's here.
If you want a show that will have a good ending, it's here.
If you want a show that will make sure you either leave intrigued or laughing, it's here.
I am mainly recommending this show because of just how funny I found both of them to be. Others may not find it as funny... but it is worth a shot. read more
Fan service! These two series are full of it. Ichiban Ushiro is far more comedic than Highschool of the Dead. But if you enjoyed the ridiculous, over the top boobs and panties in HSotD, the wacky ecchi humor of Ichiban Ushiro may be just right for you.
Both have magical academies where the main characters learn magic, and get into trouble with a dragon. Ichiban Ushiro no Daimaou is a ecchi magic comedy while Quiz Magic Academy is both magic and comedy but has no ecchi
Well, it seems that these two series has a lot of similarities after watching both. Let's break this down:
Both series main male protagonists has a sarcastic sense of humor but deep down are great guys who cares about their comrades and friends. Additionally, a main female protagonist accompanies them and they share a special bond.
Both series involves magic and supernatural elements with a super power theme.
Both series features an academy setting as well that teaches people how to use their abilities and perfect them.
Both series contains drama, comedy, action, some romance, and also emotional moments at times.
You kidding me? No one sees this? The male protagonist in either series is a straight-shot-non-perverse-gentleman who despite his ultimately pure motives is encroached on by lustful females. He is non paradoxical as he was always a good guy, not just for plots sake like other harems.
Well first of all , the main character is a high school boy with many girls around them. It involves demons, however the main character in "Kami nomi zo shiru sekai" is a human. The girls around them are really cute and sweet. Ichiban involves more action and fights of course but the theme is pretty similar. They are both really funny anime's , especially the main characters are clueless most of the time..
Ichiban Ushiro no Daimaou might take place in a fantasy setting with strong harem themes and a development of conspiracy and character purpose.
Ergo Proxy would be the plot-side of Ichiban Ushiro no Daimaou following the equivalent of a Demi-god (a proxy) in a quest strongly related to the one here involving Gods and creators. The themes and general feeling are a little different where Ergo might seem more apocalyptical/dark and IUnD might seem more revolutionary/light.
Both have supernatural, magic, ecchi, school and harem genres.
Both muchachos (male leads) have no idea that they are the uppermost part of the demon hierarchy.
Both muchachos wanted a simple life.
Both muchachos are reluctant about thier harem.
Both muchachos has one member of his harem who supervises them.
Both has one chiquita (female support cast) who is interested to make the muchacho her underling.
In Magikano the muchacho is merely a vessel for the "Demon Lord" who is locked in a magic mirror, while in IUD, the muchacho is the "Demon King" himself.
In IUD, the muchacho was surprise to find out who he is, while in Magikano, the muchacho never knew who he is even when he becomes the "Demon Lord."
In Magikano, only one of his harem spells "Trouble" for him, in IUD just the knowledge of him being the "Demon King" in school is "Trouble" waiting to happen.
IUD has an extra action and monster genre, it also has a couple of extra special episodes. Magikano only has romance as it's extra genre.
In IUD, the muchacho has a love interest, while in Magikano, the muchacho is still oblivious to the feelings of his harem.