Total Recommendations: 5
Surrounded by proficient students who are special in their respective interests. Their set-up love story too, it begins with a one's admiration for his work. While Gekkan Shoujo presents it comedically, expects Hachimitsu to Clover differently though they put Comedy genre on them.
Some people might be somewhat cynical about the harem label in Rokujouma no Shinryakusha!? , but do not misunderstand it, take a look at characters formation that is built, they are not much different, each woman has a unique 'power' accompanied by a man who is pivotal and very precious to them.
Fate/Zero provides what an astonishing way to define each character based on what past they had experienced up to how they express a stance as to how they respond to it. It might distinct in storywise but Sebastian is Kiritsugu. While Fate/Zero is so tense each episode, Kuroshitsuji is more in an ambiance of humor.
Alpha Women who take a lead, tells about organizations' movements, but Akame ga Kill is rather warm with its comical character while Claymore faced much serious situations. Not to mention, a careless lead character man. If you like Jeanne d'Arc archetype, then might be liked Claymore surely in the characteristic matter.
Has very similar atmosphere between them, hesitancy, ambivalence, and boom! Turmoil at the end. Kitahara resembles Nakagami, Hiromi with Kazusa and so with Ogiso and Isurugi. But don't worry, they have their own uniqueness so the story wouldn't be predictable so easy.