Ookami-san started to develop into something meaningful other than a plotless comedy over a few episodes. That development focused on romantic struggle of the main couple. Toradora development is pretty much the same, started of funny and increasingly dramatic over time.
Both animes main female main characters are the same, both physically and attitude wise (EXTREME TSUNDERE ALERT), and both have animal attributes in their names ( Taiga= Tiger, Ookami= Wolf). The both anime's art are also extremely cute and while Toradora is based upon legend, Ookami-san to Shichinin no Nakamatachi is based upon fairy tales.
- the main heroines have a similar character design.
- both main heroines are tsundere and know how to kick ass.
- both focus on comedy-romance ( but , at least in my opinion , Toradora! does a much better job ).
- both are adapted from light novels.
The main heroines act, look, and think alike. The "men" of anime both have a completely different personality to what they seem to be on the surface. plus, they are both hilarious and a good show to watch.
ryoukou and taiga look alike but one is tall and one is short
ringo and minori also look the same but short and tall
ryoukou has that tsundere type to her sort of just like taiga is tsundere
ringo is also there to support ryoukou like minori for taiga
they both have great qualities, the animes itself is somewhat different
They both have the same type of humor, both main heroines are compared to beasts (Taiga = Tiger, Ookami = Wolf), both Taiga and Ookami are violent Tsundere. The animation is also very similar. The only difference between the anime romance-wise is that the guy fell in love with the girl on the 1st episode in Ookami-san, whereas in Toradora; they fell in love with each other part way through the series.
Both have near to no story at the beginning but develops into one(torradora does a much better job)and Ookami-San has many references to torradora and their are many similar characters. Torradora has alot of romance while Ookami-San has alot of comedy and parities.
Tsundere wolf girl who's like the taller and cooler Taiga, alongside the gentler and more delicate version of Ryuuji. Ookami Ryouko and Taiga Aisaka both have not-so-happy backstories, as Ryouko suffered an abusive relationship, and Taiga with a hopeless father. Ryoushi (Ookami-san) and Ryuuji are similar as the two are not the best one could possibly be, but are still their for their girls.
Both series have very similar characters overall, and progress in plot much the same way; focusing on comedy in the beginning before introducing stronger dramatic/romantic elements as the story progress. They both retain their humor along the way, so no worries there! If you're going to just watch one however, please stick with Toradora, as the writing and story-telling is significantly better, plus the pay off at the end is FAR superior.
The main characters from Ookami-san to Shichinin no Nakama-tachi and Toradora! all look similiar in terms of design and personality. They both are romance comedy anime, of which both started out as a comedy anime and towards the end the romance aspect developed.
- They both have the same type of humor.
- Both animes resemble each other in the chrackter design (Taiga / Ookami)
- Both main heroines are compared to beasts (Taiga = Tiger / Ookami = Wolf)
- Both Taiga and Ookami are violent Tsunderes.
- The animation is also very similar.
The only difference between the anime romance-wise is that the guy fell in love with the girl on the 1st episode in Ookami-san, whereas in Toradora; they fell in love with each other part way through the series.
The underdog fight for you. Underpowered protagonist help the heroine overcome her past by kicking some ass.
Ookami-san's past was kept safe along the series, until the protagonist beat up the bad guy and end the shows altogether.
In MM!, the hero simply beat the living hell out of the bad guy and help the heroine overcome it in a few chapters, leaving the rest of the season for comedy, or a new drama.
The tension of the shows however are kept lukewarm along the story, as both show has mixed both dramatical and funny contents in no formal pattern. It's pretty difficult to guess what you will have for each episode, maybe both.
Is that a good thing? Your call. read more
Both have, one person who is afraid of something Yuno, Arashiko is afraid of men and Morino, Ryoushi is afraid of being confronted by other people. They both also have a "club" that wishes to help people with various things, and they both have a slight romantic atmosphere in it, and both have a humorous side to them.
Both give a similar feel, simple plot. The male leads are actually very similar when they are ''normal''. Both have a lot of fighting, and ''being a man'' kind of thing. If you liked one of them, you'll 95% like the other one, and if you hated one of them then it's the other way around. :D
When the show gets those serious moments I think Ryoushi cuz he's a total bum when people stare at him but is freaking awesome when he serious, while Taro is a full on masochist who also is freaking awesome when he's serious
Well, both have male characters whose butts always gets kicked by a female character, except one is avoiding while the other is asking for it, there is also a situation where the love interest of the male character is a victim of sexual harassment by the main villain which devastated the other while it made the other one stronger
There's no surprise that both of these series shares many similarities. When watching these two anime b2b, it's hard not to think about them. First, both series takes place at school life setting where the central protagonist needs help. The club that helps him also tries to solve everyone's problems.
Both series has a strange cast of characters with a variety of personalities that spice up the story a bit. They bring in the comedy and entertainment to the viewers.
There's also a main female character in both series that fits within the role of the classic tsundere.
Both series have a ton of comedy, drama, and some romance.
Both of these anime have a central male protagonist which needs help solving their social problems. MM! is based around comedy whereas Ookami-san to Shichinin no Nakama-tachi has more of a romantic feel to it, though both involve some romance as the tags suggest.
Fighting for what they believe in, both series has a strong female heroine. Additionally, there are action, comedy, and some hints of romance in Ookami-san. Both series also has drama in later episodes that becomes somewhat emotional.
Just having Kuroko's VA is enough for me to enjoy both of these shows. On a more serious note, I especially like the slice-of-life comedy approach J.C. Staff focused on in both shows instead of the typical action-oriented approach most shounen anime appear to have.
They were both made by JC staff so a bit of characters look similar to each other.
Ookami Ryouko looks just like Misaka Imouto when she first comes out of the incubation tank and has a very similar personality to Misaka Mikoto, both light hearted and seriousness.
Kamijou Touma and Morino Ryoushi are very heroic in their own ways, protecting things they love, also saving the main characters from despair when they were at their weakest. They both also have major flaws (Touma with his misfortune and Morino with his scopophobia) and is very recurring throughout the show.
Akai Ringo has the same seiyuu (VA) as Saten Ruiko. They both know how to tease the main character really well (especially when it comes to their honesty and love interest). In other words, they are the best friend's matchmaker.
Otohime Ryuuguu has the same seiyuu as Uiharu Kazari. ...I see no other similarities since their personalities are extremely different. I guess they're both sidelines instead of frontal lines.
Last but not least, Arai Satomi is the narrator as well as doing Shirai Kuroko. They're both extremely funny and they both make fun of the small chest of the main characters. When watching, you could even say that Kuroko is the narrator in the story because their personalities are basically the same. :3
A slice of life anime, if you haven't noted, their city (Otogibanashi and Academy City) are considered paradises, but because of the utopia, they have hidden dark sides that are usually not known unless you're related to it in some way (Otogi Bank and Level Fives). You can basically relate that the Onigashima and Skill Out are the small fries of the darkness and Shirou/Kihara Gensei are the true darknesses of it, doing anything to attain their own desires.
Otogi Bank and Judgement are also very similar, helping people and the city as well. However, due to their limited power, they cannot delve deep into the darkness since they have no evidence to point out the wrongdoings.
I think I wrote a bit too much but the comparisons are pretty much there, though I feel like not much people take note of it. :/ I may have put a few spoilers but I hope it didn't bother you to see the comparison and take a look at the other show as well. :)  read more
Organization in high school devoted to solving other people's problems regardless of how small it is. The main male protagonists are both exceptional with the slingshot and the main female protagonists are both exceptional fighters.
The both anime's the characters fight to protect the school. In both animes the main characters take offers from people to help them. These animes also have similar generes such as: comedy, school life.
Both animes are about two school clubs who help people. Also the main girls are alike there both really strong and are well known street fighters. Also the main guys both use sling shots as there weapons.
Both are compose of clubs dedicated to help someone in need.
Both were set in a school.
Both have muchachos who uses slingshot as their main weapons and both are also a crack shot.
Both have a chiquita (lead female) who are fighters.
Both leaders of the club were street-smart.
Thought in both animes have clubs that help someone in need, in OSN, the club there is more of a businesslike thing, that is whenever someone approaches them for help, they have to pay it with favors, while in SD, them helping somebody in need is done in order to solicit members.
In OSN the club is compose of 7 members, while in SD, here were only 3.
In OSN the leader of the club is merely a support and rarely participate in any of the clubs operations, while in SD, the club leader is the main cast and does participate in all of the clubs operations.
In OSN the club geek is a witch while in SD the club geek is a computer wizard who would let his fingers (he types in his laptop that he always bring) do the talking.
The main chiquita (female lead) in OSN can fight barehanded, but is incapable of taking down toughest opponent (the one who sexually harassed her), while in SD, the chiquita (female lead) relies entirely on her hockey club when taking down the toughest opponent.
When it comes to romance, in OSN the muchacho (male lead) has feelings for the chiquita (female lead), while in SD, the feelings with the 2 muchachos (the 2 male leads) with the chiquita (the sole female lead) is purely professional.
When it comes to the clubs relationship with the student council, in OSN the club is at equal status with the student council, while in SD the club is at odds with the student council.
In OSN the genre of the anime is more like a parody, while in SD, there is an extra genre of mystery.
Both series are quite hilarious for starters. That's because they have parodies that has a strong and independent female protagonist that are present in both series.
Both Ookami-san and Sket Dance also has the theme of a club at school wishing to helping others in need.
Both series are very funny and contains a lot of parodies as well as references. Yet in some cases, there is also emotions and other factors that seems to bring out a more dramatic side in both series.
Both series also expands on the idea of friendship and how friends are one of the most important things to have in the world. read more
Both series consists of a club at school although for different goals and morals. Both the main girls of series are considered tsundere when dealing with certain situations especially with the main protagonist. Humor and drama are also imminent.
Both 12 episodes in length, Ookami-san and Otome Youkai Zakuro are colorful, visually appealing series that are simple to watch and not think too hard about. The main male character of each is easily frightened but will rise to the occasion when he needs to be brave, soon catching the attention of his respective spunky-yet-shy female lead. The comedic aspects of both shows rely on these distinct, somewhat cliched characterizations that nonetheless inspire chuckles.
The cultural references that define them are also comparable; Ookami-san centers around fairy tales, while Otome Youkai Zakuro features Japanese spirits.
In both shows, the main characters belong to an organization that helps clients who come seeking their assitance. In the both animes, the plot is also connected to the backstory of the main female character, Ookami-san. As for character's, Agemaki and Ryoushi are extremely similiar characters in personality. For comedic effect that completely endears you to the character both are cowards that can stem their fear every so often and help out. Also similiar are Ookami-san and Zakuro, both are tsudere-type characters that have a soft or weaker side but are stronger than the lead male character, except in times of emotional distress, of course.  read more
Note: This recommendation is many months after I watched the animes
Both animes contain a somewhat/complete tsundere female as well as the weaker male that grows into the reliable love interest. As implied, the female is more reliable than the male, but the male still comes through to save the female.
Both series innvolve a school club that is filled with a variety of entertaining, insane, and downright hilarious members. I'm certain if you liked Angel Beats you will find some enjoyment from Ookami-san.
They both have a male and a female main character, and the girl is pretty tough. While Angel Beats begins with Yurippe using a gun, Okami-san begins with Ryouko in a fight with her kitty knuckles. So they have somewhat similar beginnings. They both revolve around a group, which consists of likeable characters. They go into the backstories of a few of the characters (though Angel Beats is much sadder). They also both have great art. Both shows have comedy, some action, and some drama (though Angel Beats has more drama than Okami-san).
Both series are first of all, done by the same studio.
But beyond that, both series contains action, comedy, and drama. Of course, later on, there is romance that develops in a tsundere way between the main character and the heroine.
Additionally, both series have open ended episodes which may lead up to a season 2 possibly in the future.
There are problems around the city when it is either criminals, bullies, or receiving people's task. The main characters is introduced as a girl who have a stubborn/tsundere personality, but really persistent when engaging a fight, while a boy usually a weak minded character, steps up his abilities and became a valuable fighting assistance. Romance can be scene, but usually minor.
Aria is basically using guns in fighting enemies, as well as a male character is in equal of the female character. Okami-san is using fists in fighting enemies, as well as the male character is usually weak, but gradually improves later on.
These two animes have a similar setting with a hero with hidden abilities and heroines with tsundere personalities. But Ookami has no magic like Zero, the male main characters are a lot different.
Ookami and Louise very similar.
It appears that the girl who acted strong but weak inside is very common in Japan. And that girl being saved by a total bum is even more regular.
And if you are a bully, please be aware of that so-called total bum as he may have hidden power yet to be unleashed.
These anime are similar because:
*The leading fighter is the girl with outstanding power
*Both girls are very similar! Are very brave, cold towards world but surprisingly warm inside
*They both have a boy with them who could watch their back and they both are kind of in love with the main char
* The setting is different Ooksmi-san is based on school life and Shakugan let's say is more global
*Shakugan is darker and less funny or happy
*Ookami just started to air
Helping people is always a nice feeling and in both of these series, it's one of the themes. Medaka Box and Ookami-san to Shichinin no Nakamatachi both have a main female protagonist who although is violent always cares for her friends and willing to help others.
Both series has the theme of a club that helps out others but along the way faces hardship and struggles.
Both series has a lot of comedy, drama, and action later on in the series.
Both make large use of fairy tale motifs, quests and people playing their roles.
Princess Tutu also features a fairly mundane school, the difference is though that princess Tutu doesn't merely make the characters analogues from other stories, but actually brings those stories to life within the show. For instance while Ookami-san features who act like their fairytale counterparts, in Princess Tutu they're far more likely to actually be the character from the story. Or an anthropomorphic animal.
These shows both are amazing!! I liked how both shows wove fairy tales that I grew up listening and reading into a modern twist. Out of the two, I prefer Princess Tutu, but that was because stories that involve ballet or music are some of my favorite. Anyway, both shows take tales such as Red Riding Hood and Cinderella and give them a twist that makes it a better story that I remember and enjoy sometimes better than the original tales.
Narrators gone wild. Both show feature heavy narration to the point that it become cogs of the show. But please note that something has gone wrong with ookami-san narrator, all she did is ruining the mood. (try watching the sucky part of the show without narration, oh hey it's fun) Both show also happen to feature the almighty Itou Shizuka which is not worth mentioning at all, NOT at all.
Comedy , Parody, mix some Romance and you got Hayate no Gotoku (HnG for short)
while Ookami-san use Fairy tale and legend. HnG use oh soo many anime, manga and game . basicly HnG is for Otaku :3
and we have Voice of Heaven (HnG) and Narator (OOkami-san) that alwats mocking our Heroand Heroine
the thing bout Parody is guessing the reference and if you like doing that >.< i dare you to guess all reference they use in HnG. almost nobody can tell everr reference they use in HnG xD almost
In terms of similarity, both anime series contains the idea of a club although for different reasons. However, the setting that both series takes place in is considered a school with activities, fun, and drama.
Both series' main male protagonist have similar personalities being kind, shy, but often looking for the well-being of others; the female protagonists from both series have different personalities as well.
Both anime series has a lot of comedy, some parody, and entertains fans in a more casual/lighthearted tone.
Ookami-san to Shichinin no Nakamatachi is no where as famous as Ouran, but the similarities are there.
The genres of the two shows are Comedy/Romance, with a touch of action near the final episodes.
Both the series follows a high school girl, in a club, where her closest friends are all in that club.
Both main male character seems useless and screwed up at the start, but later on, as the series progresses, we find out there's more to him than meets the eye.
In both series, one of the main character's friend include is a lolita type of character, looking cuter and younger than they actually are.
the art is similar, both animes are somewhat simple and may seem to be all about comedy but it can be serious also. Ookami-san to Shichinin no Nakamatachi
instantly reminded me of Inu x Boku SS, You could almost call it Ririchiyo and her seven companions, plus Soushi is also similar to Ryoushi (they both want to protect the girl they love) and Renshou is similar to Tarou (they both are very calm and look alike) and Ryouko is very similar to Ririchiyo (they both where mean to the main protagonist at first but then they started to like them) etc. both of the shows also have small hints of romance throughout the show and consist of 12 episodes. read more
While not entirely similar from the surface, both these series deals with a club at school.
From there, the main male protagonist meets a strange female protagonist where they get off to a rocky start. There is humor and comedy and along with that, the main male protagonist seems to have a head of strange thoughts regarding various things.
Both series' artwork is also similar in a way and gives off a lighthearted feeling.
Both series have a fantasy and folklore motif, with Kokkuki-san leaning towards traditional japanese mythology while Ookami-san leans more towards fairytales of both European and Japanese folklore.
They're both comedies similar in tone, and can be more or less mindlessly binged in a way that won't make you feel like you've wasted six hours of your life.
Both shows have random humor at its best, with likable characters and great music. Both Squid Girl and Ryoko are great heroines that really make you laugh. Be warned that while Squid Girl focuses more on humor and random scenarios Okami-san has a much heavier plot, as well as much more overall seriousness. I highly recommend both shows! :^)
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.
-Both female leads are tsunderes.
-In Oreimo, the male lead is hardly involved in the life of his sister until he discovers her secret, and then he ends up supporting her and saving her on multiple occasions even though in the beginning she would have never imagined that he would do that.
Similarly, in Ookamisan, the female lead had the male lead pegged as a coward and never once considered that he might be the one supporting her and saving her, but he surprises her by proving her wrong.
-Both are comedies about high schoolers.
These animes are both about a person trying to find other person's soft side.
In Kodocha it's Sana tries to find the real Akito
In Ookami-san it' Morino trying to find the real Ookami-san.
Ookami-san and Aktio are both very strong yet weak. Both also seem to find themselves falling for the ones to already care about them.
In Kodocha Akito falls for Sana first unlike Ookami-san and Morino.
Sawako Kuronuma and Ryoushi Morino share the same type of char which is near the bottom if not bottom of the date list, yet still manage to find love. However, both anime's take on unique differences whether good or bad.
This is based on only watching one episode of "Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo!".
Both series are quite random and include "from outside of the box" funny jab-like comments (突っ込み) about what happens. They both have an overall positive atmosphere to them mixed with a pinch of misfortune and some potential love stories. In both series, we have a male main character that is not viewed as popular and don't really talk to that many people. The setting of the two series is different, but the general feel of them and many of their genres seems to be overlapping, although I imagine the fan service level of "Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo!" will be quite a lot higher in comparison.
From the opening, it seems like the characters "Majolica "Majo" le Fay" and "Megumin" will also have similar hats as well, although probably not very relevant. read more
In the beginning of both series the male protagonists lack fighting abilities and are considered weaker (if not useless) than their female companions. However, in the progress of the show they develop their own skills in order to protect the girl they love.
The style of the ecchi moments is also quite similar.
both shows have fairytales incorporated in them
Ookami-san to Shichinin no Nakamatachi is using fairytales such as little red riding hood while pandora hearts is using the fairytale Alice in wonderland
pandora hearts is more drama fokused while Ookami-san to Shichinin no Nakamatachi is more fokused on romance and comedy
Ookami and BakaTest have the same brand of funny, character-driven humor and romance as well as a large cast of characters that fit the general anime stereotypes. Each series has it's own tsundere, loli, bishounen, ect.
In both animes, they have to do something for the rest in exchange of something.
Get Backers : A Group that retrieves anything that was lost in exchange of money
Ookami-san : A Club that fixes students problems in exchange for the student helping them out later.
The main male character in both of these shows is very similar in their look, and somewhat personality. Ryuko is also very reminiscent of Senjougahara. While the stories are more or less unrelated, there is still a similar feeling.