They whole series has a similar feel to each other.
Similar random info style, Durarara uses a text chat. Oretachi uses a dj radio.
Similar main characters Kida = Narita, Mikado = Chitose.
Similar supporting characters/ideas with rival gangs/night life and an MC getting caught up in it.
Producers:FUNimation and Entertainment
Genres:Drama, Ecchi, Romance, Harem
Rating: R+ - Mild Nudity
They both have similar type of animation.
And if you liked Shuffle,you will like Oretachi ni Tsubasa wa Nai. :)
Both series features strange stories with many female cast members that features ecchi, comedy, drama, and romance.
There is a strange fixation in the series with a mysterious background as the episodes progresses.
Both shows can be confusing in the beginning and their reputation has probably unduly suffered because of that.
If you like comedy, ecchi, fantastic art, and a bit of drama, then both these shows deliver.
Both shows are partially driven by compelling friendships and day-to day activities, almost like a slice-of-life anime.
However both have ecchi, comedy and psychological elements fused with the aforementioned description, creating an unique experience.
Both are rather ecchi-heavy and are harems. They both, however, also have strong storylines so the fanservice doesn't feel so copious. The animating styles of both are beautiful and have high production value. Both also have at least one pretty explicit sex scene, bordering on hentai in "We Without Wings", only saved by the fact that you don't see anybody's junk. It is justified though, since it happens in a daydream. This also explains why it is presented in such an over-sexualized and pornographic way in "We Without Wings".
Many may not have noticed, but this anime has great similarities with Angel Beats.
- Many minor characters that have not fully developed their history, but they are important for the development of the main characters.
- The main character seeks to know more about himself.
- The comedy predominates, but there are serious scenes in the same manner as Angel Beats.
- The main character suffers from a problem that must be overcome for him to continue with life (can not say that it is with life in Angel Beats).
- There are people with the same problem around the main character.
- [This point is personal] Although not the focus, he talks about a psychological reality that exists, even being in a minority. (In Angel Beats you realize that if you look more deeply).
That is my opinion. I could not stop thinking about how this anime is like Angel Beats.
Many say it is a confusing anime, and it's true! But strive to understand, it is worth it!
Above all, sorry for my English. It is a mixture of English learned on the internet and google translator. read more
Both have huge cast. Some characters have split personalities which additionally multiplies main cast. Non-linear and sometimes unpredictable plot where actual storyline is composed of several seemingly distinct stories set in one city. Both shows are psychological although they don't seem that way at the beginning.
After the first few episodes of Majikoi, I felt some similiarity between these two series. They both have kinda the same atmosphere, and in both few characters twaddle talking pretty fast and the humour in it resembles each other. (ex. Majikoi's Mayuzumi Yukie and Oretsuba's Haneda Kobato)
Similar character interactions and resembling art style. White symphony tends to deal with generic, innocent comedy, whereas Ore-tachi is more mature, fan-service satire, with a fantasy twist. If you like one you will definitively find the other enjoyable.
In a nutshell, both have the same psychological concept; the only difference is Paranoia Agent took the path of being dark and gruesome instead of being light and funny which is Oretachi ni Tsubasa wa Nai.
Ecchi comedies that leave some room for the serious stuff. Additionally, both shows have the same director and fantastic character designs.
Oretachi has more slice of life and psychological elements while Omamori Himari has more action.