*Both girls are what you call tsundere I guess.
*I am more into mature woman/girls but in these both anime girls are the ones that never
grow old I hope you know what I mean ;D
* Magical world theme and into that world a human is put and than the story begins.
* Well if you watched Zero long ago or maybe even recently than you can check this airing series out ;D
A boy from the human world comes to another world because a girl(both voiced by Kugimiya Rie and are lolis) needs him for a reason: as a familiar for Zero no Tsukaima and as part of a harem for Astarotte no Omcha! The worlds the boys are summoned to use magic and have magical creatures that only exist in tales. And notably, both series are ecchi, although not very.
An ordinary guy falls into alternative world which is based on magic principles. Our protagonist becomes a servant of loli tsundere ojousama heroine so in both anime we will see the same pattern of relationships. Either Louise or Astarotte are voiced by Kugimiya Rie who is well known for voicing the most famous tsundere characters. Both anime have a lot of ecchi and it's on the first place in AO but ZT also have an interesting plot (at least the first season of ZT). There is also maid heroine (Effie -- Siesta). And Ini will remind you of Tabitha (kuudere type).
Both anime have the male protagonist summoned to another world to help a royal girl to grow up. Both end up them separating near end of anime but they still get together at the end and all is good and nice. Both of them have lots of commedy moments and are worth watching.
If you like tsundere girls and the main character being teleported into another world this fantasy anime is for you.
both have some fanservice. Both girls don't like their new male friend at the beginning but that changes them slowly into tsundere girls.
The voice actress for Nagi and Astarotte are the same.
Though Naoya's specific job is that of a member of Astarotte's harem, he seems to function more as a sort of butler.
The overall feel of a master/servant environment is evident in both series.
Watching the first two episodes is enough to notice some similarities between Astarotte no Omocha! and Hayate no Gotoku!
First physically, both (Nagi and Astarotte) are small-sized, blonde haired and green-eyed. After this, behaviors, both are a little bit selfish and distant at the start (Tsundere in other word). You'll also notice that both feel lonely in their vast realm (mansion in Nagi's case). To conclude on girls, both have Rie Kugimiya for voice actress.
Hayate and Naoya are especially similar in behavior, they'll do anything to satisfy their little master, to summarize they are totally devoted. They are both involved in a world that they don't know.
Hayate no Gotoku! is more focused on humor and anime/manga references. read more
As original manga reader, Astarotte is very similar to Hayate the Combat Butler, both have a ojou-sama and a servant, the relationship is pretty much the same moreover with the tons of ridiculous and crazy secondary characters that will appear in the next episodes.
Astarotte no Omocha! and Hayate no Gotoku! have many same things. First of all, the setting is pretty much the same: a blonde, rich-tsundere girl encounters with blue-haired guy/boy, who becomes her butler. Both shows also follow the relationship between the butler and the girl, giving also hints of romance between them. Also, the main girl is voiced by Rie Kugimiya, and the butler is voiced by girl in both series.
However, there are also couple of different things: while Astarotte has more fanservice (ecchi) plus colorful and bright animation, Hayate concentrates more on school-life, and doesn't have that bright animation (expect in the second season). Although, Hayate also has parodies really many shows while Astarotte doesn't do parody of anything. The comedy is also pretty much different. read more
Both have the 'boy gets into a completely different world' plot, the boy sucked into the world of the non-human lead. Both are fantasy genres that are fairly recent. (Heck, they're even both 2011 spring titles)
Looking for something funny or cute? Then, these two series may be for you. Let's see why:
- both series contains comedy
- both involves being summoned to another world involving the supernatural
- similar conflicts
- both contain light romance
- both are also somewhat heart-warming
- both contain a little ecchi
You get the idea.
it's not THAT similar, it's just that both anime has a guy that's, for Astarotte IS a father, and in papa is just kinda like a father, both taking care of a child. Astarotte isn't a story about that though, papa is more of a family story, and Astarotte is more of a romance stuff
In both shows there's a boy who gets transported into a fantasy world with lots of cute girls. Another similarities are that there are elf-like people, magic, maids and a loli princess who seems to develop some romantic feelings for the MC.
Both series take place in a demon realm that parallels the real world, where the main characters are young humanoid demons seeking power like their past relatives. Both have strong comedy and fantasy elements.
Both centre around a story of demons. It is also rumored that Astarotte will make an appearance in Disgaea 4. Making her an honorary Disgaea demon. Though ironically, for the synopsis of this show, other than the sexual rapey stuff, which is mostly only implied and lightly hinted at for most of the show, the Astarotte demons are on the whole, much more 'normal' and more ethical than the Disgaea demons, showing a much greater tendency towards kindness and human morals instead of backstabbing, than Disgaea. Still, each of these might be appealing to you if you like one.
Romance between a 23-24 year old guy and an 8-10 year old girl. Kodomo no Jikan is ridiculously ecchi and focuses on an oversexualized and bratty third grader who sexually harasses her new teacher a lot, and Astarotte's Toy is about a ten year old succubus who tries to get over her extreme dislike of men by starting out her harem with a human male.
Both anime have the same CVs whom is Rie Kugumiya
Both of the characters are tsunderes
Both characters make their male friends as servants. In Toradora, Taiga make Ryuji as her dog and in Astarotte, Astarotte Ygvar make Naoya Touhara as her 'toy'
The lolis are almost the same character and even if the character background isn't exactly the same, they surely are very similar in that aspect as well. Despite both being a comedy, the plot in both series isn't as shallow as one might think.
Even when putting all the similarities aside, it's a must watch show for people who love lolis. Uzamaid got the perverted lolicon maid who is very direct when it comes to her superior taste in women (both in the script and in the animation) and Astarotte is more ecchi themed with lots of loli fanservice. The art/animation in both series is a huge turn on and very rare for anime that cater to intellectuals like myself.
So when I heard Seikon no Qwaser uses "sucking on breast for milk gives strength" as a plot device which was a ridiculous idea, Astarotte no Omocha! introduced "drinking semen to gain immortality and beauty"
We're all going to hell for watching this sort of shows....
Both main leads (the muchacho from AO and chica from SO) are unwilling people who by some strange chance were drag into another world.
Both main leads have no idea what they are in for.
Both main leads have no idea that they are getting into someone's nerves.
Both has some degree of ecchi in it.
Both genre have fantasy and fairytale in it.
The main lead in AO is a full Otoko, while in SO, the main lead is an Onna.
One has some degree of tragedy kind of genre, while the other has a twisted genre form of history in it.