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Ookami-san to Shichinin no Nakama-tachi


Alternative Titles

English: Okami-San and Her Seven Companions
Synonyms: Ookami-san to Shichinin no Nakamatachi, Okamisan and Seven Companions
Japanese: オオカミさんと七人の仲間たち

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 1, 2010 to Sep 16, 2010
Premiered: Summer 2010
Broadcast: Unknown
Licensors: Funimation
Studios: J.C.Staff
Source: Light novel
Genres: Comedy, Parody, Romance
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Ranked: #25502
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Popularity: #504
Members: 205,961
Favorites: 746

Recommendations

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. 
report Recommended by lapisdragon
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  read more 
report Recommended by lapisdragon
Fighting tsundere heroine with quite same character. Comedy, mostly girls on main roles and quite pacifistic but overprotective protagonist  
report Recommended by Nachtwandler_21
both anime have groups of people whom help others and as they do that they have more allies as they go on. many similarity occurs in both these anime, but SKET Dance have less romance 
report Recommended by pakin
They're both funny, have an original (sort of) plot and great characters. Also, Kiriki reminds me of Koizumi. 
report Recommended by heckacute
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. 
report Recommended by RiddledWays
Although placed in rather diffrent settings, both anime are centered around self-made and rather unusuall high-school organizations, wich leads to some fights. 
report Recommended by hajil
A stubborn girl partners with her unlikely "prince" in fighting crime. 
report Recommended by arsonal
The same character dynamics appear in both series, but they are both set in complete different settings and in the end Zero no Tsukaima is far superior to Ookami-san... 
report Recommended by Master10K
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. 
report Recommended by lapisdragon
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.  
report Recommended by Stark700
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.  
report Recommended by Subjective
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. 
report Recommended by lapisdragon
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. 
report Recommended by Stark700
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. 
report Recommended by Gigglepud
Very similar artwork Both are very funny and there are many different and interesting characters Wished there was more episodes for both shows =( 
report Recommended by coke
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  read more 
report Recommended by mahoeshoujo
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. 
report Recommended by Stark700
Both include a character with psychological walls hindering them in various ways in their life. 
report Recommended by datanimeboiii
well as you can see 7 companions and 7 witches i think so. by the way they are both comedy and romance :) ... 
report Recommended by Anime-Oreki
Parody is the essence of both shows. The male MCs share the similarity that they began as weak characters, but became strong in order to protect the female MCs. 
report Recommended by Manganatic
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.  
report Recommended by theshoujoshow
Ookami-San is enjoyable. if u ask about similarities these both series have comedy and light romance. Both are fun to watch. 
report Recommended by Samma
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! :^) 
report Recommended by SquareMelonBread
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. 
report Recommended by Denoue
-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. 
report Recommended by Tadayasu
Both anime feature a club/group that does paid side/secret/private jobs for people. Hamatora is more of crime and evil. Ookami is more of gangs and romance. 
report Recommended by Chdata
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.  
report Recommended by happiness_love
Exept the eyes, the artstyle is pretty similar. One character looks like blond Mikado wearing a bartender's suit. :D  
report Recommended by Lylaaz
The stories revolve around very different themes, yet the female-male leading duets are awfully similiar - dominant girl and wimpy boy characters. 
report Recommended by shine_heaven
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. 
report Recommended by Purplemate
Both draw a lot of inspiration from classic fairy tales. 
report Recommended by ZettaiRyouiki
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  read more 
report Recommended by Skaya
Just now Ookami-san reminded me big time of old thing I already forgot. The theme "Big girl don't cry" is nothing new in any way, it was prospering long before the age of tsundere, or Kugimiya Rie. 
report Recommended by lapisdragon
The only similarity is the base of the story...... Of course, the topping of the story are very different to compare with. 
report Recommended by MorningGlory
both are base on romance.. mayo chiki, opinion is better both the main women character are stronger both the main man character try to support the one they love in someone different ways  
report Recommended by pakin
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. 
report Recommended by Yurikoh
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  
report Recommended by mereth
- Similar character types - Slapstick humor - Anime parodies - Similar series length  
report Recommended by Valkyrie_Wings
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.  
report Recommended by kcam44
Main female protagonist in both animes is tsundere and they are really alike. 
report Recommended by biakudryavka
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.  
report Recommended by KyonSmith
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. 
report Recommended by TearxUlquiorra
Both take themes from popular fairy tales. There are actually characters in both shows named Ringo with short, pinkish hair. Know that Lilpri is a kids' show whereas Ookami-san is not.  
report Recommended by Valkyrie_Wings