MM is built around a sadomasochistic pairing. Working isn't. So, when you first read Working's summary and note that it has a restaurant setting, you'd think it'd share few to no similarities with MM's school club shenanigans. BUT, Working may as well be about the members of a club interacting, so reliant on character gags it is--the whole at-work-not-school aspect getting overlooked... with school girls STILL being main characters. (Anime, I am disappoint...)
What makes these two super-easy to link is MM's Arashiko and Working's Inami. They have a phobia of all things male and react with EXTREME violence whenever one comes close to them. And although Working's male lead isn't a masochist (though he does come to question whether he is), he's a freak in his own right with his "minicon" fetish.
Like I typed above, Working cares little for actual working, and a GREAT degree of emphasis is placed on Inami punching the lead in S1; falling for him more with every punch. In fact, the series has more to do with the lead being punched than serving customers. The hate-to-love-via-punching 'romance' as the respective male leads get used as punching bags in order to cure their violent lady friends = THESE SO SIMILAR! read more
Both have in common:
*Comedy, some romance, slice of life
* Both have an androphobic girl
* characters have fetish and weirdness
* The male protagonist helps to the heroine with her androphobia issues.
* There are cross dressings in both
* Similar design and atmosphere
Both have a female with androphoia who is trying to overcome it with the help from her friends, and just that 1 male who is basically the punching bag.
Both anime has something to do with overcoming something. Both has comedy and romance but MM! i would say has more romance than working
In both of them their is a girl who can't get close to boys because of kind of phobia and in both of them the main male character is getting too many punches on the face trying to cure it so you will get the same vibe and feel
It's about curing the male character from a , sort of, perverted illness. With MM the guy is turned on by being beat up by a girl and with Mayo Chiki the guy gets nosebleeds whenever he touches (or thinks of something perverted for) a girl.
Both have a main character that have a disease that is really bothering their life. In one point of both anime's someone try's to heal their disease. When I watched Mayo Chiki! it reminded me of MM! so much that I had to write a recommendation.Both are Harems.
Both series involves a main protagonist struggling to deal with girls in his life. In both anime, the MC has a "disease" that needs a cure with the help of the other characters.
Comedy, romance, drama, and school life also involved.
both have characters that deal with a fear of the opposite sex
both make S&M jokes
in both shows a sadist attempts to heal the main characters of their phobias
both are hilarious
both have the obligatory romance
-both male main characters in both anime have some kind of weird phobia or disease...
-then there is a girl in their same school promise to help him to cure their problems(in both shows)
-then there is this second girl who has a androphobia who fell in love with the boy(in both show)
Mayo chiki is more on romance while MM is more on ecchi..
both series are really fun!
Similar for these two series, follows a main male character, who have some kind of infection illness prior to the story. He soon gets some help from an advising female character, who will be able to cure him and gets back in shape. Though it can be emotionally or physically pain, embarrassment, absurd tactic cures or others.
Mayo Chiki follows a boy who has a nosebleed when being touched by girls and gets advised of a rich girl who likes to tease him. MM follows a boy who have some kind of weird disease when getting hit by girls and enjoys it, which he gets advised on a girl who has an extreme dangerous tsundere personality. read more
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.
Both are heart-warming series, with loads of comedy and funny moments that can crack you up, if you also noticed, The guys in both series fall in love with two girls, Yuuno is kind of similar to Minori and Mio is almost taiga twin, since they have the same hairstyle and looks and have are both tsundere. The only difference is that MM! Is kinda perverted more. xD
Both anime series features a female main character who is a tsundere by nature. The comedy emphasises on this fact and creates situations revolving around their violent natures. The male main character also falls in love with two different characters throughout both series.
In both animes the main characters are a tsundere girl and a guy, they try to help each other, and help with their relationships. However, in both animes they start to like each other. When you see this anime the first thing that comes to your mind is Toradora. If you liked toradora I bet you will like MM!
Both shows have similar style of animation and character design (especially main girls characters are similar by appearance). Both of them can be considered like parody on school life with ecchi moments. They have similar kind of humor and in both is also cute male cross-dresser.
Comedies in a high school setting. Both have male lead characters who are at one way or another at the receiving end of things. They also are fond of shy female protagonists (Taro with Arashiko and Yoshii with Himeji).
MM! and Seitokai Yakuindomo both employ that raunchy humor that makes you giggle even if you don't want to. I found the perversion in both of these anime rather similar, although the stories are entirely separate. The characters, however, are quite similar except the male lead in Seitokai Yakuindomo has no taxing 'disability' like that of the themed exposition in MM! It is important to note that both the protagonists do suffer some sort of psychological punishment at the hands of over zealous teenage women.
If you are looking for an interesting half season, and you liked what MM! did you for, I recommend that you give Seitokai Yakuidomo a watch.  read more
Both of the male leads have the reputation of being a pervert, although for different reasons.
As it turns out, both male leads are really nice guys, although the rumors aren't totally unfounded either.
When it comes down to it, these are basically the same show. Male character is scorned by the school population in general, so he joins a vaguely-purposed club populated by mostly girls. Fanservice, romantic tension, and hilarity ensue. Several of the characters have rough analogues between the two shows:
Yuuta = Kodaka
Mio = Sena
Arashiko = Yozora
Tatsuki = Yukimura
Noa = Rika
A brainless and perverted main male character, who is often beatin up by a beautiful violent girl, but he still happy after the beatings received.
School comedy with weird characters, supernatural stuff and funny parodies. A lot of ecchi and gorgeous girls.
There is a supporting male classmate for the male protagonist.
not similar anime but:
-Main male gets beatings by the female characters all the time.
-Both are comedy (funny as hell suddenly, they can be very sad and serious.)
-in the two anime, the characters have weird and special personalities
-Both have protagonist with some kind of problem.
-Both have harems full of cute female characters that try to help the protagonist.
-They are pretty much the same thing, in the same context, but with some differences, so, if you liked one you'll like the other.
Both have a main character who can be seen as being a "god-like" figure---Mio being a self-proclaimed god, while Keima obtains his name as the "God of Conquests" from people on the internet. Whether willingly, or reluctantly, these 2 gods help out others in their daily lives by solving, or in Mio's case "trying" to solve, their problems. Both are very enjoyable shows overall.
Harem complete with idiot man and abuser-of-idiot-man. The comic point of both shows mainly concern abusing of the lead male character.
Harem with romance is all well and good but it is a paradox in itself. Romance involve relationship of one man and one girl, harem involve relationship of one man and many girls. Combination of such genre should be devastating, no?
Nevermind, internet comments about psychology in anime always sound stupid anyway. Even if we dress like WTO officer and discuss it in 5 stars hotel lobby it will still sounds stupid. Lets just say both shows are alternative to the most fundamental harem like Love Hina, by offering overaction and surreal comedy (get punched into the air, hit by a truck, members of science club build a spaceship) that spice up the dastardly common harem genre.  read more
Both series have a club that solve people problems, featuring two girls and one boy. And one of girls in both series voiced by Hayami Saori (Yuuno Arashiko and Yukinon, of course).
Well, the way of solving problems is completly different, as well as series genre and mood. That because in Yahari Ore no Seishun ROMCOM went terrible wrong, as title honestly describes. I can compare MM! and Oregairu with two sides of the same coin.
If you, for some reason, just watched Oregairu and now want to know how how typical "Teen Romanctic Comedy" could be - you should watch MM! Otherwise - if you after finishing MM! want to see how ROMCOM and related tropes can be deconstructed and ROMCOM absolutely crashed (with no survivors) - go and watch Oregairu. No third option allowed! read more
The relationship between the female lead and the male lead is characterized by the female being somewhat of a tsundere and the male accepting, and sometimes even enjoying, the physical and verbal abuse that she liberally dispenses.
Of course, there are plenty of dere moments from the female lead as well.
The big highlight on the similarity is that both story evolving in a highschool's club. The kicker is the club's president/founder/self-proclaimed "god" has this wicked "urge" to fix others problems. Although MM! has more "matured" content, I'd say both worth to watch
Both are comedies about a pervert who is being controlled/tourtered by someone.In Maria Holic the main charcther is a girl and is being tourtered by a guy while in MM! its a guy being tourtered who by a girl.So they're kind of like opposites but are basically the same story.
MM! and Koi Suru Boukun? They a aggressive tsundere (Mio Isurugi and Souichi Tatsumi) and Funny Masochist (Taro Sado and Tetsuhiro Morinaga) So this really depends on ever. MM! is Hetero and Koi Suru Boukun is BL Both are humorous comedy.
Well if you're curious or into S&M or simply find it funny, MM! deals with a M guy who has a bad case of it, however in MM! It's more about the comedy of dealing with it and some cute characters with a slight harem thing going on. Just don't expect actual S&M to take place (much).
Also MM! doesn't have nudity.
In both the main female character is a tsundere(I think Mio from MM is more kamidere than tsundere).
In both the male main character has a special ability.Taro from MM has a ridiculous amount of "Pervert Energy" while Kinji from Hidan no Aria has "Hysteria Mode"(very similar to "Pervert Energy")
In both is a girl who is jealous of the main couple(Shirayuki from Hidan no Aria and Yuno from MM)
In Hidan no Aria the school is more special (high school for mercenaries) while in MM is a typical school.
In Hidan no Aria is a lot of action while in MM is a lot of comedy.
The choice is yours! read more
Both are about sexual themes and comedy genre. Both deal with serious themes at times.
Both are beautifully animated. Both have vivid, memorable characters.
They represent a similar point in my opinion.
Both story developing in a highschool's club that apparently established to accommodate students with certain fetishes. The everyday students (especially the clubs member) life which filled with unimaginable yet hilarious scenes
- "if you like the other one, then you will like both"
- both of the male protagonist like perverted things, but sometimes when serious things happen they become matured. ( sado taro-aito yuki )
- tsundere blondie ( miharu and sena - mio )
- every episode that you will laugh because of the main character
This show just came into mind when I first started watching this show. Both are funny and have some ecchi moments to go along with that.
Both have great main characters also, and similar animation style.
* both main characters (male) are perverted
* both girls are tsunderes
* both main characters (male) are often abused
* both animes have fan service
* both have comedy in it
* Weiss Survive is all based off a card game
-Both anime has characters very alike.
-Main character meets abusive girl who develops a close relationship
-Main character has a shy childhood friend
-Both extremely funny that will keep you laughing for hours
-Both gives off the similar feel
both the main male characters are seen kicked and hit all the time.
both have a very perverted male character. but still there are girls around him .
both are harems, school , comedy .
both have characters who hate perverts or males.
both the main character seems to be happy while they are beaten up.
both main character seems to be pervert but sometimes they have a serious side of them.
The main girl character and main boy character are a lot like Kirino and Kyousuke.
The main girl character even has the same voice actress as Kirino.
The main character girl tries to help the boy character.
There personalities are so similar it's creepy.