Well, these two series here can be described as addictive fun that is wildly entertaining in that bizarre way.
Both series has a strange girl who has strange behavior with a particular fascination on the supernatural. Both series has a strange cast of characters as well that mixes in drama, comedy, and randomness at times.
The male protagonists in the series are probably the only sane characters. They aim for a normal school but finds it difficult after the appearance of the said strange girl.
Both protagonists are aiming for a normal High School life after entering High School, but happen to meet strange school mates.
In both series it's a girl claiming to have supernatural powers or to be an alien who influences the boy's school life.
Both animes have the main character as a boy working towards leading a normal life, a delusional cute girl who believes she has powers beyond humans, a party of other girls to add to the mix, AND EVEN an attractive parent-figure to the cute girl. As the stories develop, it is evident that despite not having the best relationship at the start, they begin to ease up to one another.
While SHAFT focuses more on character speech and development, as well as their own unique animation style, KyoAni focuses more on visually enticing the audience.
Both of the female protagonists somehow have the same condition wherein they mix-up illusions with reality. Also, both of the mail protagonists had the same aim; to return these females back to reality.
-Both have tsukkomi male MCs surrounded by fairly silly characters.
-Both have female MCs with delusions. (Chuu2 syndrome/Aliens).
-Both have romance, though it is not as apparent in Denpa Onna.
-Both are completed light novel series.
The MC meets a strange girl that believes in something that he doesn't believe in. He ends up learning something important by being with her, and there is some romance along the way.
Also, they are both similar in terms of style and comedy.
- Both MC-kun's have to take care of a annoying..delusional...weird girls...while trying to keep normal life at the same time...
- Both MC-kun's are the only sane people (realists) [ there is a lot of crazy people around them ]
- MC-chan's believe that they have some sort of 'special 'power' [lot's of cringe moments are waiting for you ]
- Both have romance moments in them, but it was destroyed by our delusional MC-chan's....
- Both are cringe/slow as snail/ weird dialogue driven shows...
- Watch them if you have lots of free time [ like myself :/ ] & probably you gonna like the other...
Looking to get out of reality, creating for itself an illusion. Chuunibyo and Denpa Onna, show us as the protagonist, a girl who locks himself in fantasies, whether aliens or magic, just come and believe what in your life have formed. But everything can change when a guy comes to understand why their of illusion and try that with your help, can be someone in society. Two Series, Spilling comic moments, but in turn romantic moments.
Both revolve around a girl whose somewhat hopeless on her own.
They both meat a male MC and learn to become (somewhat) normal members of society as the guy takes care of them.
Both feature romance as a theme.
Both of these stories are about people who have problems making what can be concidered a true friendships with each other because of some sort of social stigma that they themselves place, or someone else does. The art style is also very simular.
Both anime have a number of girls showing interest in one male protagonist. In other words, harem and also a bit ermm...ec...chi.. (a gender which attracts some men) :P
Both male protagonist are oblivious of the feelings that the girls have for them.
Both male protagonist have similar attitude (showing little interest in activities and giving this "how the hell did i get involved in this?" expressions from time to time)
very similar artwork and original character design (the latter being done by the same person!)
•both have the same character art style,
•both anime male lead comes into a new town/area or returning
•both produce the same amount of ecchi sex, that leads the viewer imagining (things)
the randomness and comedic is more fluent in denpa onna, but there is some that will catch you off guard in boku wa.
•to be frank, they are similar in the comedic, ecchi, art style way.
-Both have MCs in an environment where they don't exactly fit in, one being an outcast and the other a transfer student.
-Both MCs often act as the tsukkomi to the other characters' antics.
-Both are romcoms.
-Both are completed (so far) animes, Boku wa has two completed seasons while Denpa Onna is close to a second season.
Both are offbeat comedies about an ordinary guy, his sort-of-romantic-but-not-really relationship with a girl who claims to be an alien, and their unconventional friends and peers. Arakawa's gag series nature renders it a lot sillier than Denpa Onna, but it's not without its own ridiculous elements. And of course both are directed by Shinbo, so you can't leave out his signature style.
I always look forward to finding something new and intresting in recommendation section when I am out of anime and that is why once in a while I try to recommend something too... For this time of year when a new season just started the best thing is to find one old and one new anime which were similar. And here we go:
* Both anime have main girl heroines who think that they are aliens.
* Both are bishoujos and nice girls but serious weirdouus ;DD
* Both leading males starts the show in deniel but than tries to adapt.
And here we start new alien season!
The subject of aliens come up in both anime and both Anime have styles that are experimental in their own ways, not to mention both Anime use bright colors. Both are also about coming out of your shell.
Both main characters are self-proclaimed aliens, and they're surrounded by even stranger people. Both animes are set in nice and detailed cities, and they both also have a plot line that changes frequently.
Supernatural flavored lovey-dovey-bishoujo-fanfare anime. Sci-fi element is weak and less worthy of mentioning than your average Star Trek. The fun part of Nyaruko-san is obviously not wet tentacles trying to ass-rape random teenage boy, but hot chicks that spout sexy nonsense and wear easy-to-took-off uniform.
They both are anime with hot chick, slight of life, comedy and mild sex sell. But with some extraterrestrial topping. Possibly mark the era that the legendary romance harem like Love Hina is a little bit too boring in normal world setting, so Japan added robots and aliens to them. Now you understand where all those animes came from.
What else is worth mentioning? Not really. The pace are different, the humor are not at all similar, the art direction is all cool but not worth pointing out, the voice acting is not the same style for most part of the show. End of discussion. Now choose your porn, if you have high tolerence to everything, both are funny. If you hate overly fast paced comedy, go with Denpa Onna. If you fall asleep when watching Titanic and fall asleep again decade later when watching Titanic3D, go for Nyaruko-san. No one can sleep with that thing on. read more
Both lead male characters have a harem of eccentric/unusual girls.
The romance between the male leads and their harem is subdued.
MOE factor present, though Melancholy does not rely solely on this to attract the audience.
ESP, paranormal and supernatural powers involved, with Melancholy having explicit examples.
The existence of Aliens is a theme, but the evidence for their existence is strong in Melancholy.
Denpa Onna to Seishun Otoko and Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu are slice-of-life series that present us with a school setting. In this setting, our male protagonist befriends various girls, but that is not what makes these titles similar. The similarity comes from the fact that the supernatural is a large element shared by each show.
Similar mood and setting. And, well, instead of Youkai, we have "Denpa".
Being made by Shaft, both drawings are very similar to each other.
Protagonist has harem.
Somehow the whole story just seems to be an alternative version or inspiration to bakemonogatari.
"both Denpa Onna and Bakemonogatari are intelligent harems for adults with good taste."
stated by McRib
Not gonna say "the feel is similar" "the style is similar" "they both are from Shaft" though.
Slice of life plus mystery. Leading men of both shows have high adaptability to weirdos and tinfoil-hatters, as long as they are hot chicks.
Kind of Boy meet Girl(s) shows with some kind of mystery and probably trying to get along and find out stuffs. The key idea of both show is to be a slice-of-life that take place in technically hyperreality setting, or at least pretend to be one.
Shaft then beautify said shows, make use of symbols, try to be abstract, create something that can become meme or go virals, then hype up the hot chicks, bam - two servings of mysterious-hot-chicks anime.  read more
both shows have similar protagonists whose monologes and dialogues with other equally ecentric characters comprise most of the show. there are a lot of unanswered questions in both series and interesting yet random screen shots. the art is amazing in both so they're both worth a watch.
Well, I see that Bakemonogatari and Denpa onna are too similar ,why?
- They are from SHAFT and the same director (Akiyuki Shinbou)
- art style and the animation are too similar
- both talking about supernatural things, it's more thrilling in bakemonogatari, while it's kinda comedian and slice of life-ish in Denpa Onna
- both have the Harem style with one hero and alot of bishoujos but denpa onna and bakemonogatari ARE NOT HAREM.
so, If you liked Denpa Onna..you'll like Bakemonogatari MORE.
Male with Harem consisting of strange girls.
Comedy, though executed better.
The paranormal and supernatural themes are explicit compared to the snippets offered in Denpa.
Strange/eccentric girls piques the viewer's interest and are the 'guts' of the show. Meaning, both of these shows would be horrible without them.
In both series, there is a main male protagonist who has to take care of a strange girl. From there on and out, the two forms a strange relationship with one another as he tries to take care of her and teach the girl about things around the world. (i.e. common sense)
Both series has a lot of drama and comedy that is presented as being lighthearted.
Both series also has an entertaining start/pilot episode that kicks off the plot. Often or not in both series, the dialogues (especially between the two main protagonists) are very humorous to listen to.
•both anime consist of a male protagonist start to look after an odd girl, when they move into there destinated homes.
•both male protagonists are totally different in personalities, where one just stupidly over reacts to everything and its not even close to realistic, and the other its just the usual ordinary boy, and the girl protagonists are just weird * weird as in one of them is completely loveable, yet the other is just a painted doll that cant do shit* imo.
•both are a great anime to watch, *which i mean just denpa onna*, but sakurasou is not bad either, just doesnt live up to denpa, imo.
•both have the generic usual supporting cast full of ecchiness and humour, which makes or breaks the anime.
•they both are the same in a generic ordinary boy looking after a unordinary girl, but you might like one if you like the other in someways -___-
Both are about a somewhat generic high-school boy that has to help/take care of a girl that has many eccentricities about her. Both have a very likable supporting cast that are all fleshed out well.
In my opinion, both take the cliched and make it something interesting to watch.
Both titles are coming of age stories featuring adolescent male protagonists who gradually change through time. Also feature eccentric female characters and lead female characters who refer to themselves as aliens. In contrast, FLCL is more whacky in nature and the story is faster paced.
-Eccentric female claiming to be an alien.
-Certain scenes of awesomeness/nuttiness.
Fooly Cooly is a little more rapid, but both have their fair share of craziness, along with a colorful cast.
Both bizarre, comedic portraits of adolescence centered around a boy whose (presumably normal) older family members have recently gone overseas only to be replaced with a cast of eccentrics including a female lead who claims to be an alien.
Tempo is the most notable distinction between the two: Denpa Onna is reflective and character-focused whereas FLCL is explosive and exciting.
Both of these anime were very funny and stuck in my mind for a long time. I really enjoyed all of the characters, and the art styles were both very nice. They're good for cheering you up after a long and tiring day, and they both include quirky and memorable characters who you will grow to love.
Plot and setting are fairly different, but there are some notable character similarities.
Ryuuko is an honest version of Minori.
Meme is Yasuko.
Maekawa gives off the same impression as Sumire and acts similarly to Ami.
Both series focus on the characters, although Denpa tends towards harem while Toradora! is romance.
Denpa Onna and Sasami-san have a similar girl who does not attend school and is seen as an outcast or a NEET, Denpa Onna and Sasami-san share a whimsical young feeling to the series. Sasami-san being a bit more Sci-fi than Denpa Onna, both series have their fair share of very unique and unforgettable characters.
Both series' main female protagonist have very bizarre personalities whom viewers may not often see in every day life.
Both series employs strange humor that is presented in a sarcastic and sometimes over exaggerated ways. The humor presented in fact is sometimes over the edge rather than natural but still can be a good laugh.
Both series has a similar feeling with the comedy, gag, and various dialogues.
Same bit of nonsense as to adolescent syndrome (this anime), and Denpa Onna's adolescent points. Same nonsense drama and similar monologue. And oh, same "ecchi-level" between these two anime to make them worthy of H-doujins.
The main character in Denpa Onna really reminds me of Shiro from No Game No Life not only their blue long hair but also their overall appearance, behavior and even voice! While both are still different kinds of anime the characters to resemble each other quite a lot!
These anime both involve a young female kuudere who lives in her room away from other people and spends her time in her own world. They are well known in their communities, but they are only idolized by a few individuals and are resented by far more. The protagonists of these series are older male relatives of these girls who have black spiky hair. Although these may seem like they are set in our own universe at first their worlds do have supernatural elements of differing degrees.
A strange girl suddenly introduced into the MC's life and now they're stuck looking after them. Both have a slice of life feel with a little bit of romance and mystery. Nice animation and relaxing to watch.
Now I know what you're thinking. What similarities could a show about cute yet crazy girls and SHAFT antics and a show about distressed individuals and dark comedy possibly have?
When you look past the design choices they actually have plenty of similarities.
Denpa Onna to Seishun Otoko begins with Matoko moving in with his aunt and cousin. Erio is detached from the world, traumatized by some prior experience. He vows to gradually ease Erio back into society.
Welcome to the NHK begins with Satou, a depressed hikkikomori, and his pathetic life. Prone to drug abuse (which the anime excludes), he has hallucinations and illusions of grandeur, not unlike Erio's fascination with being an alien. Misaki acts as his guide on his way to reintroduction to society.
All of the characters in both series have their own issues which are touched upon.
The shows also both include plenty of parody and referential humor.
The first season of Denpa (if it ever gets more) only strays into the cutesy side of the story. It has yet to get into the real meat of the novels, while NHK explores it far more. read more
Both are coming of age series involving social closing, interaction and hardships of a person who is trying his social integration back. While Denpa Onna is a light slice-of-life, NHK is more psychological, dark and heavy.
Both have a main character who believes in the existence of aliens, but in Denpa the main character thinks she's an alien, while in Brynhildr he just thinks they exist. Both have the alien aspect, but actually have little to do with aliens.
Both animes focus on a blue haired girl who likes stargazing and has an obsession with aliens. In both of them, the male lead ends up looking after after her, and they have a fairly close relationship. There is also other girls who want to get with the MC. They both have somewhat similar art styles as well.
Other than that they're completely different though.
After a session of careful thought, you can see that what the lead male characters are doing is pretty similar.
Presented like there are something supernatural going on, both shows are about myth busting in a world without the slightest existence of sci-fi elements. It's all about the idea of unconventional presentation of a very conventional, realistic setting.
Denpa Onna anime, as far as it goes, has nothing defying the laws of physics. No matter how it wanted you to think or feel about, there is not one. No saying about the original light novel as it might has some surprising revelation later, but it is likely that there might not.
Hyouka on the other hand is beautified with scenes that look and feel otherworldly, but they are at best the presentation of character's feeling. Again, no ghosts, aliens, psychic, time traveler and evil crime orgainzation to be found. Just a bunch of high schoolers being curious of stuff you will never ever give a quarter of fuck. read more
Crazy girls harem for our hero. Both got industry-leading lengthy name. Not to mention that it's basically harem spiced with stuffs don't belong to romance, violence and aliens for example.
The OVA one is full of girls who are, by all social definition, eastern or western, violent. All girls take the liking of the male lead, some want to get along, plenty want him dead.
The Shaft-made one is sci-fi flavored love comedy. Girls are non-violent, but extra-strange nonetheless.
Both fit for the you who are bored with common harem setting without blood and aliens, with Denpa Onna give you some makeshift sci-fi and Denpa Kanojo offer you gory romance. read more
They both have girls who believe in something made believe and the guy has to go certain lengths to deal with them. However, Denpa Onna to Seishun Otoko is like the more. . . childish one. I mean, don't get me wrong, Denpa Onna is still fantastic and has a handful of mature parts, but Denpa teki na Kanojo is. . . practically 100% mature. However, both are pretty damn good so i'd recommend both.
Both of these storylines revolve around the subject of Aliens. In one, Level E, the aliens definatly exist and in the other, the existance of Aliens and other such things is in question. Both stories also revolve around characters with wonderful, crackish personalities.
space/slice of life / drama ..
the characters are very similar you have
Mio/Erio , Kanna/Ryuuko , Maekawa/Remon etc ..
it felt as if it was an alternative version that
focuses on the romantic aspects ..
Both Anime use bright colors and have a similar fluid style for their characters. The stories focal point is around a rather innocent girl who has a wish that is unsaid. It is also about friendship and strengthening relationships which draws the viewer in.
I really like a mysterious kind of a girl, because they are cute and likable. You will be intrigue by their unique personality and bout themselves. If you like those kind of things. I assure you'll gonna like these two shows. pretty sweet though :D enjoy!
In both anime, the two female main characters are mysterious. they have unique personality that can make you like their character. In TOA, is more serious and scary, while in denpa onna___ is focusing on the alien mystery and everyday life. Bonus. If you're a big fan of moe and panty shots, you're gonna love these two shows. enjoy! :D
Both animes have Male Protagonists constantly having somewhat of a dialogue for their thoughts throughout the series.
Both MCs try to stay true to their realistic and logic view of life.
Both MCs have a world view of themselves are being losers in life instead of winners.
Both are slice-of-life anime that can be enjoyed for the atmosphere they create and the themes and ideas they explore.
Haibane Renmei has a more depressing tone, and Denpa Onna has some Harem/Romcom elements, though.
Though Denpa Onna takes on a more serious & slightly different approach even with it's similar aspects, also containing comedic and romantic scenes whereas Sora no Method is mainly Slice of Life based. They both contain many main similar themes and are both fun loving and often cheerful.
- Blue-haired female protagonist's who claim to be aliens
- Struggle with making friendship's
- A character with a forgotten past
- Main character's who've recently moved to back to a town that they've lived in the past a long time ago
- Mystery involving uncovering the past or truth & figuring out how to change for a better future
Yes the genres are completely different, you can expect one to be more intense/dramatic while the other is easy going. But the enjoyment for both of them are roughly the same, the characters have a similar connection with each other plus the main females are adorable.
For starters, these two series both have absolutely amazing art! They both have a Si-Fi aspect about them, which is definitely more noticeable in Nagi no Asukara, but is still prevalent in Denpa Onna to Seishun Otoko. Romance plays a big role in both series, as well. They do, however, diverge in setting because Denpa focuses on space and aliens while Nagi focuses on the sea. Both shows are fabulous and deserve a watch!
Both involves a mucahcho who happens to be the only normal hombre in a group of poco loco chiquitas.
Both involves a chiquita who is the most weirder of all.
Both have sci-fi genres.
And in both cases, the muchacho is drag into the chiquita's weird world.
In DOSO the muchcho almost never encountered any esper or ET beings, while the same cannot be said with the muchacho from SHY.
In SHY the muchacho was able to develop a relationship with the chiquita, while in DOSO the muchacho is sometimes being sexually harass by his MILF aunt.
When it come to the extra genre, DOSO is more of drama than sci-fi, while in SHY it's genre has romance as an extra genre, but it is more of mystery than sci-fi.  read more
What's the difference between pure science and applied science? Half the population don't know before Googling it up.
Aria is an actionless twist from normal sci-fi genre which usually come bundled with action. Well of course Aria is chilled slice-of-life, but if that actionless, blood-deboiling moments make you overlook its sci-finess then you are not familiar with British soap. And yes sci-fi get along well with comedy, slice-of-life, romance, and actionless drama too. Sci-fi no longer serve purpose as a genre in 2011, it's more like a setting.
Denpa Onna is a sci-fi-less twist from normal sci-fi genre which usually come bundles with sci-fi elements. (Wait, what?)
Lets say most sci-fi anime are applied science and this thing is pure science. Other sci-fi shows are sci-fi because aliens appear in it. This show is sci-fi because people appear in it talk about aliens. Now that's the difference.
Without listening to dialogue (or in your case reading subtitles,) nothing is sci-fi about this. The show is viisually dominated by earthlings. And technically nothing extraterrestrial landed in this show just yet. read more
Excessive mentioning of stuff that has little to do with actual show, the sci-fi element.
Kashimashi is about alien turning a man into girl, and you know what ensues. However the sci-fi stuff contribute very little to the actual story, after all this was just your girls-love anime with some alien who didn't want to conquer the earth. There is no sci-fi appeal in this, it just happen to get mildly Star Trek flavored.
Denpa Onna excessively suggest to audience that alien populated this show, but it focused on too much human relationship and earthly sex appeal for alien to make a prominent appearance.
For some odd reason, the art work and story remind me of "St. Luminous Mission High School". Yes, there seems to be less supernatural when it comes to "Denpa Onna to Seishun Otoko", but they have a very simular feel to their slice-of-life story telling. You also get to feel as if the characters exist.
Both anime deal with female otaku and not the kind that is interested in anime. They also deal with the male that interacts with the females trying to get them to open up and be more normal despite being otaku.
Supernatural flavored lovey-dovey-bishoujo-fanfare anime. Sci-fi element is weak and less worthy of mentioning than average Star Trek.
Anime with hot chick, slight of life, comedy and mild sex sell. With some extraterrestrial topping. Possibly mark the era that the almighty Love Hina should stop taking place in realistic setting.
These inspiring anime tell of how indoctrination can inhibit the potential young people and of the rewards that come from standing out from the crowd. The protagonists are met with a unique, nonconformist character which they initially criticize and don't comprehend, but as the story progresses and with the help of these rebel characters, their perspectives begin to shift.
Main character transfers to another school and city. Finds an eccentric girl in his new home. There is a mystery behind her and he must uncover the truth. Similar theme and character personality. Both are comedy too.
Produced by the same studio and directed by the same director. Additionally, they both contain comedy, scenery, and an usual feeling to viewers.
Oh not only that but the main male protagonists are similar and contains a lot of humor courtesy of Shaft.
Unique series for viewers interested into the works of Shaft.
Both of these animes sets the scene with a random, almost alien girl being introduced to the protagonist. The girl is a complete airhead, and causes problems for the guy. There is a mother-figure who attempts to control the female lead, but never succeeds. This is a combination of comedy and what I guess you could call "alternate romance".
Both have the same basic premise: A teenage male transfer student comes to a new town and meets a beautiful, strange, and nonetheless intriguing heroine. Denpa is more comedy and harem with some sci-fi, while Another plays with the horror genre. Both are awesome.
The main female character in the anime has socialization problems that the main male character has to end up dealing with. Aliens are also involves and the female characters share similarities in the way they look.
In both anime's the main male protagonist find themselves (for them at the moment) in a wierd place, surrounded by strange people. But in no time they get used to it.
Both anime's have a piece of supernatural related storys, and the comedy is mutual in them. The music is also good if you ask me.