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Total Recommendations: 7

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Lovely★Complex
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Toradora!
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Beginning is very similar, but after that both anime follow somewhat different paths But in general: - both anime has 2 main heroes who work on their relationship. Side characters either help them with those, either put spokes in the wheels - both are nice comedies (but Lovely Complex is funnier) - both are nice romantic shows (probably Toradora is better at this buuut it depends). Lovely complex is lighter, funnier and easier to watch, while Toradora is more atmospheric and a little bit more serious

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Plastic Neesan
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Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo!
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Both are chaotically fun shows, without much serious stuff. - Both chaotic - Both fun - Both have fanservice - Both fun - Both chaotic - A lot of girls - Both chaotic Plastic Neesan is ~30 min show, so there is no reason not to watch it to Konosuba fans

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Sword Art Online
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Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari
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- Game\fantasy worlds. Settings feel extremely similar - Super strong main hero (in Sao almost immediately, while Shield Hero starts a bit slower. A bit) - Hero surrounded by girls (gaaarems) - Similar ways in which action moments are executed\Similar story development On a minus note: - In both, most of characters are too weak or too stupid, compared to MH. - Both stories are predicatable and illogical as a result IMO - I liked artstyle and music in both - I disliked story and characters in both They're VERY similar. If you liked one - you will like the other. If you disliked one - you will dislike both

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Toradora!
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Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunousen
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Toradora a bit more serious (small shift towards romance) Kaguya a bit more fun (small shift towards comedy) - Both shows are romantic school comedies, with slice of lifish bits - Both became more serious as the show went on. - Both have small, nice cast of similar characters (read other people reccomends for details) In my opinion, both also are a must watch

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Death Note
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Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunousen
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Most was already said It's weird but Kaguya definitely has Death Note vibes, that's while those shows are completely different in tone. They don't actually have much in common, exept one big nuance - Both are focused around characters, that think a lot In Death note there were lots of smart thoughts, in Kaguya there was a lot of fun "overthinking"

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Code Geass: Hangyaku no Lelouch
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Baccano!
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While this is somewhat non-direct similarity, i had some Code Geass vibes while watching Baccano. So: + Both have wide cast of developed characters + Both are very dynamic and active animes + Both are interesting to watch, as lot of unexpected staff happens On the minus note: - Both aren't as smart as they may seem at first glance - Both lose their logic more as the show goes on Anyway, if you are not hardcore thinker (i am hardcore thinker only after anime ends, heh), and like interesting and active shows - both are great at those terms

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Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica
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Houseki no Kuni (TV)
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- Cast almost entirely consists of girls - Raid-like behaviour of mostly generic enemies (they appear from time to time, they aren't personalised, fights are not the main focus of the show, but still have noticeable impact). - Both have mystic atmosphere - Both shows have unique artstyle (Madoka is generally beautifull, while "Gemland" has probably the best 3D style i saw after Disney) - Actually, they both feel unique at story too While watching Houseki no Kuni i definitely had "Madoka's vibes". I also felt it was executed better, (characters were more attractive on average). Anyway, i consider both shows a must watch