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If you liked
Ao Haru Ride
...then you might like
Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji

•both are the typical shoujo highschool romantic anime that appear in every anime season, which includes all of the following drama that comes along with it, so expect the expected, but theres always a few new scenarios which make it still fresh and anew •both main protagonists are of your somewhat typical girl who just wants to fit into a group of friends who they can relate to, boost there self esteem, undermine her so she doesnt stand out, be a part of something, belonging to a group, such is the harsh life of the female life in highschool •both romantic situations are completely different but they will probably end up all the same, as most of the romances do, they eventually end up together.. •they are very similar in the fake personality of the protaginst in the beginning and finding themselves in unwanted circumstances with the male protagonist eventually realizing they like each other.

If you liked
Kono Danshi, Ningyo Hiroimashita.
...then you might like
Orenchi no Furo Jijou

•both are pretty much the exact same scenrio, which i could not believe..... a merman being attended by a human school boy •both anime are different in type of format, where 1 of them is an OVA, while the other is like 3min per episode out of 13 series, which just sucks... •both anime are probably going to be similar and different in a way, new scenarios will emerge which the OVA doesnt show, while a strong bong between the merman and protagonist forms into something of love, or just plain friendship will be the same. •they are pretty much the same with a merman living in a container of water in the humans boys house.... and why is this not a 30min per episode series........ stupid 3min episode...

If you liked
Ano Hi Mita Hana no Namae wo Bokutachi wa Mada Shiranai.
...then you might like
Sora no Method

•both are an anime about a group of friends who were very close in their early stages of life, and suddenly an abrupt/sad situation occurs that makes the group distance themselves from each other, and after growing up for a few years, they are reunited with happiness/anger/sadness and every other feeling that comes into play •both are situated in the dramatic sense, which follows alot of ups and down of each of the protagonists •both anime show the development of feelings as it has nurtured through various situations, from each of the characters POV, and how they continue to grow and mature, as the main protagonist appears before an old group of friends, how that character will break the ice between them all. •they are similar, being a bunch of old friends, being reunited under supernatural/undetermined circumstances, and all the feelings that flow along with it.

If you liked
Sakamichi no Apollon
...then you might like
White Album 2

•both anime are focused on the shoujo romantic highschool life genre, focusing around a group of musical students •both anime are focused on a group of students, 2 being relatively close, while another sneaks there way into the pair and causes the plot to deepen and develop while causing happiness and mayhem •both anime shows the protagonists relationship problems as it becomes a love triangle, as they face each others feelings towards the situations, while going through highschool and their day to day lives •both anime are heavily musical themed, with beautiful OST that will make you want to download them and listen to them on repeat •they are very similar with the love triangle and its musical background that enhances and stirs the emotions as the viewer is watching the scenes, you will like one if you enjoyed the other

If you liked
Kaichou wa Maid-sama!
...then you might like
Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun

•both anime are relatively the same in genres, shoujo, school life, romance, •both animes focus on the girl protagonist who, strives to be the best at what she can do, and have nobody to rely on, especially a male, •both female protagonists have no experience socializing with the opposite sex, they are always afraid of her or avoid her •both male protagonists are a hanful of mischief, to silently being romantic to acting the complete opposite and causing trouble and confusion for the female protagonist •they are very similar in the strong minded female protagonist, who unexpectedly makes the male, slowly fall in love with them.

If you liked
Bokura ga Ita
...then you might like
Ao Haru Ride

•both anime resonate with the typical shoujo, romantic, school life, slice of life, genres •both main characters, both girl and boy in each of the anime, are/were both in love with each other until a misunderstanding confronts the couple and causes mishap and heartbreak and confusion in the relationship •both anime has its perks and mishaps, but all the while the surrounding cast add humour and angst towards the main cast, while introducing new rivals to compete and create mayhem for the protagonists •both the main girl, is troubled throughout the anime, while curiosity drives her to be closer to her love, and to find out and help the boy and comfort him •both the main guy, has had lifes problems corrupt his childhood, and made him afraid to trust/love again •both anime are very similar in the development of a troubled and misunderstood relationship working towards a better ending, you might like one if you enjoyed the other

If you liked
Tari Tari
...then you might like
Glasslip

•both are produced by the same animation director and company •both are situated during their school time, almost close to graduation, centered around a group of friends •both have the same aura/sense of feeling as your watch them both, besides the animation style being the exact same, you can just tell if you have watched one, that it will be similar to the other •both groups of friends, struggle with relationships and feelings throughout their course of adolescents, setting off flags for each other or falling short •they are both similar in the way, the anime focuses on a group of friends, throughout their days of highschool and day to day lives, focusing on the struggles and accomplishments they make, you will love tari tari, but you might like glasslip, but it will be a major downfall from watching tari tari.

If you liked
Nagi no Asu kara
...then you might like
White Album 2

•both anime mainly focus on the relationships between each one of the main protagonists •both protagonists are different in age, so the maturity of each emotion that is verbally said or through meaningful actions is completely different, though there are similarities •both show the deep connection between friendships and the 'lines' that can/cannot be crossed, until the relationship 'lovers' be shown •both show the love triangles in many different ways it can be approached, while some are just left hanging, or some take the aggressive nature and take a leap of faith •both anime settings are mostly situated in schools where everything develops, •they are very similar if you like the slice of life genre, with love triangles and emotions that you can relate to, or understand the heartache is can have affect on oneself during their school life, you might like one, if you liked the other.

If you liked
Tari Tari
...then you might like
White Album 2

•both anime focus on a music club in highschool, where all the members join in accordance to their own reasons, but music is the main reason that brought them all together •both are heavily focused on music, which surrounds each episode with beautiful contrasts to the emotions the characters are feeling •both plots are differently focused, in which WA2 focuses on the romantic side, while TT focuses on the dramatic, all the while music flows and envelops each episode, enhancing the suspense •they are very similar in the group of students joining a music club to be the best at what they do, while focusing on each of the protagonists emotions and pasts, you will like one if you like the other, even if not for the plot, the music enraptured me in the beginning of each episode.

If you liked
Mondaiji-tachi ga Isekai kara Kuru Sou Desu yo?
...then you might like
No Game No Life

•Both anime are focused on the main protagonists of the show going to another world, far superior than their own, where everything is settled through "games." •Both protagonists have grown bored of the human world they live in because they are far elite, and it is of "no fun" to them anymore. •Both male protagonists have the confident, less cocky attitude that is not dislikable, having the "I will obtain and conquer everything that stands in my way" through any means necessary. •The protagonists transport to a different world because their old world isn;t any fun, and they play "games." I'm pretty sure you will like one if you like the other.

If you liked
Byousoku 5 Centimeter
...then you might like
Cross Road

•both are an amazing watch that will forever be worthwhile •both display the perfection of music accompanied by beautiful animation into a story that will leave the viewer wanting more •both anime are COMPLETELY DIFFERENT IN LENGTH for a 119 second clip to a 1hr + 30mins •both visibly show the protagonists of the story wanting more out of life, but then both of the animes part way in their decisions, one working hard towards there own goal, while the other stops short and just slowly becomes a sad story •they are very similar in the way of beautiful music/animation and will want to see more, and leave the viewer into thinking 'WHY IS IT ONLY A 119 SECOND FILM'

If you liked
Sakurasou no Pet na Kanojo
...then you might like
Bokura wa Minna Kawai-sou

•both anime are pretty much set in the exact setting as each other •both anime focus on the main protagonist male which moves into a dorm/house, where the not so average residents reside and make the most out of their lives fun •both protagonists are totally different in personality,you have one that over reacts to anything that leads to romance in any sense, and is not realistic at all, wheres as one is more realistic and more normal •if you like one, you would possibly like the other, with the random personalities of each resident that resides in the dorm, that carry the show.

If you liked
Ano Hi Mita Hana no Namae wo Bokutachi wa Mada Shiranai.
...then you might like
Nagi no Asu kara

•both anime focus on a group of friends, and there present lives while emotions begin to stir for each other, as the story continues, emotions explode and the story sets in motion, concluding for better or for worse •both focus on the human interactions of certain incidents that happen during an event, and the result of the time lapse there emotions froze or changed for the better or for worse •both are the light heartwrenching emotional roller coaster, that will make the audience cry out in happiness or sadness, it will stir up past feelings or present •both are an anime that are enjoyable and will make you feel something for every episode, wheres its agony for the guy who wants the best for the girl he likes, or sadness because they love to be around the person they love even though there heart aches, they will always be happy for them •they are both a great series to watch and the scenarios are very similar, with love triangles here and there, connecting one to the other for different reasons,

If you liked
Shinsekai yori
...then you might like
Nagi no Asu kara

•both anime focus on there own scenarios with a different 'world' adjoining to their own, being brought together or drawing harsh lines between them, showing differences or showing that they are alike •both focus on a group of students, showing their day to day lives and growing up, co existing with the other 'species' •both anime have specifcally different genres, but somewhat relate to each other, where as SY is deep/dark/mysterious, while NA is very light hearted but the touch of heart wrenching, complete opposites, but they relate with the growth development of the human feelings as they twist and turn, and how it affects there day to day lives, with time. •both anime are an exceptional watch, showing the human characteristics as it faces the emotional collateral, that everyone experiences and we can relate to in one way or another •they are very similar with the twists and turns of their lives in there own worlds colliding with the 'other' as they grow up changing there minds/views on their reality. you might like one if you liked the other,

If you liked
Usagi Drop
...then you might like
Ookami Kodomo no Ame to Yuki

•both anime are very realistic, heartfelt, breathtakingly beautiful and an experience you are sure to never regret •both animes focus on the everyday lifestyle of a parent raising children, to the everyday stay at home mums, or the hard working single minded dad, looking after/raising it to be well independent human that you, yourself never were. •both follow the realistic line of what children are like to the precise dialogue all the way for each and every new experience/feeling as they grow up through each stage of their adolescence •both contribute the adults perspective aswell as the childs perspective, so this anime can relate to all different ages, from grandparents, to parents , to children, and the audience will definitely learn a lesson after watching this anime. •they are very similar in the growing and raising a child in different situations, yet they are both realistic, when one of the anime is supernatural, they are both loved and a must watch, you will love one if you love the other.

If you liked
Death Note
...then you might like
Code Geass: Hangyaku no Lelouch

•both have a main protagonist who follow a childish notion, by their own means of 'justice' •both main characters are very intelligent in the way they contradict their enemies, when they are eliminating evil, to create a better world. •both follow paths that lead them will lead you into angst/agony/ and a sense of realism/aswell as empathy for the characters as the story progresses through hardships and meltdowns, to romances, aswell as destruction. •both animes have beautiful OST's to accompany the emotional heart wrenching ups and down, giving the audiences feelings of sadness, to being courageous and even rooting for the main protagonists sense of justice •both animes see the bitterness of life and how harsh reality can be, as everyday life goes 1 day at a time, the worlds hatred on minorities, high ranking status's of people with power, to the poverty of others and how one loves JUSTICE, •they are very similar in a brilliant genius is creating a new world, for people to live in, away from a status pyramid, where everyone is the same and should be treated with respect. if you love one, you will love the other.

If you liked
Chihayafuru
...then you might like
Free!

•Both are only similar in the way that a bunch of old friends start a club/group in their high school and along the way run into an old childhood friend that they hang out with, who is not the same person anymore. •Both compete in competitions to see if they will meet that old friend of theirs and play "their" sport like they used to when they were just kids. •Both have protagonists who are passionate about their favorite "sport" and it is always on their mind, ignoring all other logical reasons. I wouldn't say if you like one you'd hate the other but, Chihayafuru is on a completely different level than Free!. •They are only similar in the "old friend from elementary school, rekindling the friendship between the bunch of friends, where everyone is in high school now, surrounding a sport that has changed their lives."

If you liked
Brothers Conflict
...then you might like
Diabolik Lovers

•both anime are about a girl forced into a situation by their father which leads them surrounded by a bunch of beautiful male testosterone •both have attractive males with each of their own unique personalities, to rival the others to compete for the 'beauty *passive/useless/quiet* in distress' in their own way •both are different in the way the surrounding boys 'act' upon the main protagonists feelings, where one is the stand alone same old harem, and the other is an S&M type, appealing to those types of audiences •they are similar in the bunch of beautiful handsome males surrounding a timid and standoffish girl, but the audience factor is different, you might like one if you like the other, but it depends.

If you liked
Baby Princess 3D Paradise 0 [Love]
...then you might like
Brothers Conflict

•both anime are different in the type of format they are, where one is an ongoing series, where the other is just a quick OVA •both roughly start off the same, where the main protagonist is thrown into this new family where they have so many new siblings and they are all of the opposite sex to them. •both anime are pretty easily readable as in what the future expects as the audience watches the anime, where all the siblings start to 'feel' something for the main protagonist, either it be mutual respect, just plain friendly, or incestual love develops which is common from these types of anime. •both contain all the different types of personalities there are on each of the siblings, where it be, overconfident, shy, tsundere, bashful, handsome, well endowed, bustful, etc, they show all the types where the audience can imagine the ones they fall for as the story progresses •they are similar where the protagonist joins a new family full of opposite sex siblings and they start to grow feelings for them, you probably might like one, if you like the other, but the audiences for each of the anime are mainly different.

If you liked
Kuroko no Basket
...then you might like
Free!

•Both are an anime focusing on a sport throughout the whole show. Both are shrouded with immense testosterone from all the male characters, with a few females added in to not overwhelm the show with its manliness. •Both plots focus on the concept of rivalry from old friends they use to compete with in their sport category. •Both anime seem entirely different with the animation and quality of the soundtracks, yet they give each anime the same type of feelings as the audience watches as the story progresses—angst, eagerness, determination, etc. •Both are similar in the competitive-sport-rivalry sense so you might like one if you like the other.

If you liked
Mirai Nikki
...then you might like
Danganronpa: Kibou no Gakuen to Zetsubou no Koukousei The Animation

•both are about a group of people who have to fight for their own survival to win there freedom, otherwise its a deadend/gameover for them. •both are a battle royale where there is only 1 victor •both have the same type of genres...mystery,action, psychological •both show the the characters mental state as they develop new feelings/situations/friends as the story progresses and how they react to situations where the human instinct to survive comes into 'play' •they are both the battle royale type of anime, so if youll like one you will probably like the other.

If you liked
Byousoku 5 Centimeter
...then you might like
Kotonoha no Niwa

•both were created by the same director •both are absolutely amazing in the animation are style wise, there is absolutely no flaw or any faults at all of the beautifully drawn animation which is spectacular •both focus on particular relationship that is in our society today and break it down with absolute accuracy and awareness from which both feelings are understood from both counterparts •both relationships have the meaning 'distance' in a sense and always congregates that distance isnt an issue. •both are a beautifully stunning must watch, yet from my opinion the pace for each of the movies are completely different in a sense, i couldnt grasp/engage/attach myself to the characters from the Garden of Words like i could in 5cmps, so my judgment is cloudy, or i expected too much from the director for the movie to be better than 5cmps. •they are both very similar with the animation/soundtracks/romance, just a sight for sore eyes, you will like one if you watched the other.

If you liked
Hyouka
...then you might like
Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Comedy wa Machigatteiru.

•both are about a small club in school solving situations that come there way in different meanings/purposes •both focus on a male lead who is pretty much forced to join a club for different reasons, and interact with people he would usually not talk to •both male leads have slightly different personalities, wereas one distances himself from everyone and everything and just sees the bluntness and cruelty of life itself, and the other just wants a cruisey high school life with his close friends where he doesnt want to use any effort at all. •both contain the typical highschool romances, comedy, angst type genres, •they are similar in the male lead forced to join a club and help out situations he wouldnt want to while interacting with new people along the way and building friendships.. or breaking them you would probably like one if you like the other, its relatively likeable

If you liked
Toki wo Kakeru Shoujo
...then you might like
Nerawareta Gakuen

•both have a time traveling sense •both are situated in schools and every day life, with the typical genres falling into place, comedy, romance etc. •both animation are individually spectacular and have their own uniqueness about it •both plots are absolutely different in a sense of 'flow' Toki wo..... is just brilliant within its confinements of story progression, where as Nerawareta just jumps from one topic to the next without any explanation whatsoever, it has alot of plot holes without being explained and you probably have to watch it twice just to understand alot of shit. •they are both similar with a character with time traveling purposes, also the genres. but to be frank i continued watching Nerawareta for its beautiful animation. you might like one if you like the other, but theres a big diff in the storyline/plot holes.

If you liked
Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai!
...then you might like
Hentai Ouji to Warawanai Neko.

•both are a type of anime which just focus on a gender confused guy which hasnt even hit adolescence and a confused emotional scarred girl which is just plain weird.. •both are of the romance, school, comedic genre type which is pretty general •both animes have the typical hero type young boy, which has problems... surrounded by the lots of other young girls who have an emotional attachment towards him in someway or another, either respect or plain likeness •both contain the 'ecchi cuteness' towards the familiar audience, and it just repeats over and over which is really lame...... •they are similar in the genres and character personalities, its an okay watch imo, the personalities are what put me off, but the plots are okay and there are some good scenes now and again

If you liked
Highschool of the Dead
...then you might like
Shingeki no Kyojin

•both are an anime where humans are abruptly shattered with tragedy and despair within a few minutes of there normal everyday lives. •both anime shows the existence of an unnatural 'being' appearing out of nowhere suddenly and destroying what humanity created within centuries only to crumble within a few hours or less. •both are very realistically precise as to what humans exactly 'do' in a do or die situation/desperate situation, it shows the mental state as something unnatural in everyday lives appears suddenly and causes upright despair, will they rebel,cower in fear,be courageous,stupidity etc. •both animes follow/show as the story progresses a group of young teenagers as they fight for their/humanity survival, defeating the 'beings' as they move to safety. •both show tragic deaths in inhumane ways, that will strike emotion into the audience, while the supporting cast watches the slaughter •they are both similar as a group of teens are fighting against 'monsters' to save humanity/themselves, probably enjoy one if you enjoy the other.

If you liked
Shiki
...then you might like
Shingeki no Kyojin

•Both are familiar in a way that humans are living in terror/despair of "monsters". •Both contain absolute tragedy and despair, in the most inhumane ways and show the mentality of the humans and how there brain reacts in certain situations about the "monster" beings, as to what will they do, fight back, research, destroy, stay away from them, keep close to others; the list goes on. •Both are mysterious with their plot as they progress, and leave the viewer on edge, angst, frustration, envious, anger etc. Either way, it will leave the viewer wanting more. •Both contain action in the most brutal and cliff-hanging moments, which are always a do or die situation. •Both question humanity, and as the story progresses, personalities change, mindsets change from every distinct factor that has happened as the story progresses. Will they die like the rest or fight for survival? Either way, each character obtains determination towards their goal. •They are similar in a way that they are very interesting and yet different. You might like if you like the other, but it depends.

If you liked
Kyou, Koi wo Hajimemasu
...then you might like
Nagareboshi Lens

•Both are a cute OVA of an anime that gives a little insight into highschool romance and are from the typical shoujo shy/quiet girl to the handsome popular boy. •Both are pretty much different, where one starts right at the beginning, and the other starts half way through the manga, which you would only know and connect with the characters if you've read the manga, otherwise you're at a loss and can't distinguish the situation. •Both are a quick short watch, which I dont regret wasting my time on them. They take different approaches and make it interesting and sweet. •They are similar in the highschool romance. You might like one if you like the other.

If you liked
Uta no☆Prince-sama♪ Maji Love 1000%
...then you might like
Amnesia

•both are based from an Otome game which is pretty convenient •both have a quiet/facial expressive/shy girl protagonist which are surrounded by lots of hunky/loveable/handsome bishies. •both are pretty much different in plots, mysteries in one, musical in the other •both i rated differently, i loved Uta Pri, with its excitable musical lyrics from each character, yet i hated and dropped Amnesia early on, because its just really DULL!!! even though the artwork music were great, it was boring. •they are just similar in the shy girl surrounded by lots of guys who adore her and have feelings for her, in a roundabout way, you probably might like one if you like the other

If you liked
Fate/Zero
...then you might like
Mirai Nikki

•both animes are more or less just a bunch of people thrown/expected it to happen, into a game where they will have to battle others until there is 1 winner to obtain enormous power. •both are different in the way they do battle, as in one the actual person/diary has to die, but the other there 'avatar' has to die, to make them lose and not be in the running to be the victor. •both contain fair amounts of great action which motivates the viewer for a particular person to win, and a slight somewhat of romance, to also add a bit of humour. •both animes are different in the way how they act out how to kill others aswell, with MN its dark/malicious/brutally murdering the intended party with mind games and backstabbing with lots of twists throughout the whole show, while F/Z is mainly just action and quick alliances, but it does have its fair share of dark/murdering/evil/malicious bits here and there. •they are fairly similar in the 'battle royale'/'hunger games' sense that there is only 1 victor. but if you liked one you will possibily like the other.

If you liked
C: The Money of Soul and Possibility Control
...then you might like
Accel World

•both contain a ordinary boy who was invited to join 'a different world' which is completely separate to the real world, but the 'world' they were thrown into affects and determines the 'you' in the real world. •both protagonists have no idea what was to happen, and they find themselves forced to fight in the 'different world' to maintain there life back in the real world. •both animes show how much greed/determination/selfishness can lead to bad results. •both anime supporting casts differ completely around the main protagonist, which one is situated in a school, and the other in a university. •both contain a romance/action/angst •they are closely similar in which they are thrown into a 'different reality/world' and are forced to fight to benefit themselves in the real world, otherwise its game over in different senses.

If you liked
K-On!
...then you might like
Tamako Market

•both are produced by the same company, character designs etc •both are just INCREDIBLY LOVEABLE!!!!! imo. •both are concentrated to the slice of life to the fine detail, which is so relatable and loveable. •both animes contain the exact sense of humor/personality's to fall in love with/atmospheric scenes •both do differ in how the plot progresses throughout the show, where Tamako is kinda just senseless and pointless, you overlook that with all the MOE from all the kawaiii K-On! brought with it. •they are similar with the same animation/music/loveable characters/kawaiii, but they do differ in how engaging the plot is, some viewers from watching K-ON! would be dissappointed since it didnt live up to it, but others would overlook that and couldnt care less, since its just full of cuteness.

If you liked
Denpa Onna to Seishun Otoko
...then you might like
Sakurasou no Pet na Kanojo

•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 -___-

If you liked
Code Geass: Hangyaku no Lelouch
...then you might like
Zetsuen no Tempest

•both animes have a strong duo of protagonists who make/break the story as it takes its course, the storyline changes with the protagonists decisions, they are motivated from the death of a loved one. •both protagonists are smart, strong willed, and driven for revenge/resolution/content for a loved one, and they are accompanied by another childhood friend who also partakes a significant role which also decides the course of the storyline. •both contain unexpected/or expected twists/plots, and they do contain the usual portrayal of genres, but they both contain something indifferent that keeps the viewer on edge. •they are similar in the duo protagonists driven for a reason from the death of a loved one, and they will do anything it takes to bring them to satisfaction.

If you liked
Bokurano
...then you might like
Mirai Nikki

•both are are about a game which focus on a group of people that are bound to the game and will eventually die •both the groups of people in each series fully understand that they themselves will die eventually, •both series, as it progresses, it shows each characters past and the psychological pain they withstand and under go as they come to terms with the 'game' •both are of the psychological genre, with the characters forced into 'battle' and learning to grow up as fast as possible, for there own series plots •both show the mindsets of humanity as it is forced into horrible situations and they both show the unkind side of humanity .. •they are somewhat similar with the 'game' and the psychological genre aspect, but if you liked one, you might like the other.

If you liked
Sakurasou no Pet na Kanojo
...then you might like
Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai!

•both have a male protagonist who wants to live an ordinary life but that cant come true of course, since the story/plot would be borrrrring.. •both male protagonist look after an odd/weird/different girl protagonist throughout the series •both males look after cats •both protagonists in each series are surrounded by a bunch of an interesting group of friends who create the surroundings more comedic, and both supporting cast of friends are very similar in each of their roles comparing with the other anime. •both have romance and comedy •they are similar in the school life with a male looking after a weird girl and developing feelings etc...

If you liked
Lovely★Complex
...then you might like
Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun

•both are of the romance, comedy, shoujo, school life genre •both series dont focus only on the understanding of feelings, but the confession itself, and the progress after they confessed and how they end up together. •both contain humorous, weirdly insane comedy that is far different than normal shoujo romance anime •both anime series each contain a bunch of friends that add different personalities that compliment the protagonists and make more humour :P while facing rivals that come in later and disrupt the romantic flow. •they are very similar in the heavy comedic with there outrageous outbursts, that are very funny indeed, aswell as the romantic/shoujo/school life way.

If you liked
Akaneiro ni Somaru Saka
...then you might like
Ebiten: Kouritsu Ebisugawa Koukou Tenmonbu

•both have the same character design in it •both contain a harem of school girls with 1 guy •both contain an average plot that is okay •both have different genres, but the comedic, school life is the same, •if you enjoyed one you will probably enjoy the other in the comedic school life sense

If you liked
Akaneiro ni Somaru Saka
...then you might like
Yosuga no Sora: In Solitude, Where We Are Least Alone.

•both contain incest/romance/school life/ecchi/harem genres •both contain a decent plot, but yosuga's plot is alot more dramatic and emotional in a sense •both contain borderline hentai, which is more subtle in akane, and in yosuga, its half between hentai and borderline pretty much, just alot more graphic in yosuga •you might like one if you like the other, but if you wanted to watch 1 only go for yosuga, but if you dont want borderline hentai go akane >.<

If you liked
Seitokai no Ichizon
...then you might like
Ebiten: Kouritsu Ebisugawa Koukou Tenmonbu

•both have the same character art style •both animes are of the school/comedy/parody genre •both anime are focused on a group of students in a club •both are a harem where the boy is situated in nonsensical moments •both have references to many other animes that make the anime more interesting •they are really similar in the comedic/character design way, if you enjoyed one you would enjoy the other.

If you liked
Tennis no Ouji-sama
...then you might like
Kuroko no Basket

•both are of the same shounen, sports genre, but different sports altogether •both male protagonists join a school for their favourite sport.. tennis/basketball •both animes show the importance of friendship, rivalry, teamwork etc •both animes sports groups/clubs, have special talents/skills/powers that make each of their individuality, making them better than others, making them elite. •both anime plots are roughly the same, both male protagonists want to be the best at what sport they play, and both animes are surrounded by a full comedic cast of supporting characters •if you liked one you will probably like the other in terms of sports and special moves/skills and winning to be the best.

If you liked
The iDOLM@STER
...then you might like
AKB0048

•both animes are centered around a group of girls which aim to become popular idols and sing their love of music with their friends/family. •both animes circumstances/surroundings/backgrounds are completely different, yet they both portray the struggles and hardships of what it makes to become an idol and their dreams/goals to accomplish them. •both animes show each member of the groups past/present and their different reasons for wanting to become an idol/singer •both contain pretty good soundtracks that will make you want to listen to them again •they are similar with a group of girls becoming idols.

If you liked
Kareshi Kanojo no Jijou
...then you might like
Kaichou wa Maid-sama!

•both are of the typical shoujo, romance, school life feel, •both girl protagonists in each anime are both hard working school students, who favour determination and long periods of studying to excel in their school life. •both encounter a strong/attractive/handsome/popular male protagonist who has everything, and is already academically smart with an athletic figure. •both fight each other competing with academic marks in school •both girl protagonists have secrets that they dont want anyone else to know, but the male finds out early in the series •both have rivals, making friends, etc, though the difference is the pace of the story is slow in KMS than Kare Kano, which Kare kano is alot faster into the relationship between the protgaonists. •they both are a lovely watch, and will make you feel happy and content when you finished.

If you liked
Junjou Romantica
...then you might like
Sekaiichi Hatsukoi

•both are of the yaoi genre, and are both done by the same producer/company/author/art style.. etc •both animes focus on 1 pairing, and then broadens the area and focuses on the couples around them in either the workplace, old friends, acquaintances, family members etc •animes have the sex knowingly shown or just hints that it will lead to it, but in JR its pretty more graphic imo SH has toned the sex to a minimum and not shown as much leading up to it. •both animes have different feels about them, one may seem more realistic/legit than the other, and the other a whole fantasy like it will never happen. •both contain the malexmale romantic vibe and its very sweet, between the 3 couples shown in each anime, showing different love problems and history's •they are both very much enjoyable to watch if you are a yaoifangirl :P, but for person who just likes romances and has an open mind about yaoi/yuri in general, you might find both of these anime enjoyable aswell.

If you liked
Kiniro no Corda: Primo Passo
...then you might like
Uta no☆Prince-sama♪ Maji Love 1000%

•both are a reverse harem •both girl protagonist are naive and timid and surrounded by beautiful Bishōnen boys •both anime contain music, where the protagonist and supporting boy cast compete to be the best at there respective fields •both anime supporting characters develop feelings for the protagonist girl and fall in love with her as the story develops •both have very simple, plot, which can be overlooked by the music being played in both animes •both anime girls struggle with criticism among there peer groups •they are very similar in the reverse harem, bishounen, romantic, musical way, if you liked one you would probably like the other.

If you liked
Gosick
...then you might like
Dantalian no Shoka

•both are a mystery, drama , gothic lolita type genres •both have a male protagonist who is accompanied by a small girl with a whole 'knowledge' of books •both the male and female are smart and bicker and fight alot, and end up saving one another •both are centered around the same century period which have the same atmospheric setting •both protagonists love to solve mysteries involving supernatural events or wealthy cases etc •they are pretty much similar, except dante is more supernatural, but if you watch one, you would most likely like the other

If you liked
Ano Hi Mita Hana no Namae wo Bokutachi wa Mada Shiranai.
...then you might like
Ano Natsu de Matteru

•both are from the same anime company/producer which = same character designs, atmosphere, art style •both anime focus on fullfilling a wish of an important person to the boy protagonist, which they know they will eventually dissappear •both contain romances/love triangles/hardships of loss •both have a familiar story throughout the anime which both of the anime ends in sadness •both are really pleasant to watch, so if you watch one, you must watch the other.

If you liked
Baccano!
...then you might like
Durarara!!

•both are produced by the same author/company, which = same art style/music/character design etc •both have the supernatural/violence/action genres •both have groups of gangs that are controlled by leaders and fight each other •both anime dont have a protagonist,the focus is evenly spread throughout the anime, focusing on different groups/people each time, following their storys •both have individuals/groups of people following their own story, but they all have a connection in some way or another, which shows it in the climax of the story, that they are all connected through their own stories. •they are both enjoyable to watch since they are both produced by the same company, its only natural to watch the other if you watch one.

If you liked
Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun
...then you might like
Sukitte Ii na yo.

•both are the usual shoujo, romance, school life, comedy genre...... •both have a main protagonist girl that chooses not to have friends •both have a well handsome/good looking/cute male that falls head over heels for them •both girls slowly develop feelings for them, and address by confessing the issue in the first couple of episodes •both males want to protect the girl •both gain friends/rivals •similar in the typical school life romance.

If you liked
Kimi ni Todoke
...then you might like
Sukitte Ii na yo.

•both are the typical shoujo, romance, comedy, school setting anime •both have an awkward/shy/unsocial/ young girl who attracts the popular boy in the school •both main girl protagonists are not the same, one chooses not to make friends, the other wants friends •both have the popular boy, falling in love with them, and slowly the girls develop/understand/learn/grew attached to the popular boy in some way or another •both girls develop and grow throughout the anime, making new friends, rivals, the usual etc... the pace of the development of feelings is hugely different, in Kimi the whole anime is about confessing and understanding, while in Sukitte its revealed in the first couple of episodes. •sukitte feels more mature in a way, than kimi ni todoke, •similar with the typical unpopular girl that attracts the most popular guy, shoujo genres, etc...

If you liked
Black Lagoon
...then you might like
Jormungand

•both have the mindless senseless violence that excites the viewer when guns start shooting •both have a strong independent woman that stands with the main male protagonist, but the male protagonists are far different •both are not situated in japan, •both work in the shady business by transporting cargo/selling weaponry •both have some supporting psychotic characters that make the anime exciting •both contain blood, and just the beauty of gun fighting •similar in the character personalites/plot/style, the pure violence :3

If you liked
Hiyokoi
...then you might like
Nagareboshi Lens

•both are a very short 1 OVA episode that give a brief summary on some chapters in the manga •both have a shy/simple young girl protagonist, and of course an all round popular young boy •both are about the progress of romance between the 2 protagonists, while Nagare goes right into the relationship, Hiyokoi only shows the beginning of the relationship on how the protagonists met and how they discovered their feelings, it also leaves the viewer hanging wanting to know more, making the viewer want to read the manga after watching •both are placed within a school, and face struggles/misunderstandings as per usual •both are a content to watch, and yet their so simple but beautiful to watch.

If you liked
Deadman Wonderland
...then you might like
Mirai Nikki

•both have the strategic/determined to win streak in the main protagonist, •both have a weak/pitiful/too nice, young boy, which he is partnered with a powerful, motivational young girl which has the intent to kill, while she keeps secrets •both is given a power, that they have to win to survive the 'game' by killing off every other supporting character •both have lots of blood, twists, and wicked laughing •both show the characters mentality as they kill others for survival, in which their personalities change throughout the show, toughening up as the plot/story develops. •both are similiar in which its a survival game with blood, twists, and the protagonists are personality wise the same.

If you liked
High School DxD
...then you might like
Dakara Boku wa, H ga Dekinai.

similar everything literally.... •both have a pervert main protagonist young boy who all he can think is erotic shit •both have another demon like supernatural red headed woman that uses some supernatural power contract so they are always together •both have fan service and uncensored, •both are set placed in a school, which involved fighting with monsters/humans/some supernatural things.. •both contain some comedy if visible, ecchiness to the extreme, school, romance. •and both i dropped half way through or earlier.

If you liked
Naruto
...then you might like
One Piece

•both are a shounen series, •both main protagonists are a knuckleheaded, never give up, i will conquer my goal/dream type of person •both males as the anime progresses through each episode, collect new friends and enemies along the way towards their goal they must achieve to be the best •both have the never give up attitude with their super natural powers, to help good and conquer evil and be the best in the world •there dreams as kids help them progress further to be more braver/stronger/protect friends •they are a similar in a child sense yet mature way of portraying it, with the adventure and action.

If you liked
Naruto: Shippuuden
...then you might like
Nabari no Ou

•both live in a ninja world, where Nobari is modern day times, while naruto is in their own world. •both the main characters have a 'super natural power' (like we havnt heard that before) inside them, which bad people want to get there hands on. •both have surrounding villages around them having their own style of 'ninja techniques' the supporting cast for both anime makes or breaks the surroundings/atmosphere/circumstances •both main characters do what they want, without rationalizing •they are similar in the ninja sense, but nobari is more mature then naruto.

If you liked
Denpa Onna to Seishun Otoko
...then you might like
Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai

•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.

If you liked
Sword Art Online
...then you might like
Accel World

•both are done by the same producer, •both are gaming anime, which they enter a virtual online game reality, except SAO is constantly stuck in the online gaming world, while AW can log in/out. •both anime series have a group of supporting characters who help the main protagonist achieve his goalm which they add more intense/comedic/fluff/sad moments throughout the anime. •both the main characters personalities are far different comparing, but they have a goal, both leveling their characters up to beat the game. •there similar with the virtual gaming and slight fluff romance, but SAO is much more serious, comparing to AW

If you liked
Lovely★Complex
...then you might like
Kimi ni Todoke

•Both are similar in the highschool romance way, and the main girl cries alot >.> •both of the anime focus on romance between a guy and a girl, both anime portray different circumstances and surroundings, as in lovely complex is a comedy romance filled with laughter and seriousness, while kimi ni todoke, focuses on the romance itself, and the many hardships both animes go through to be with their bf/gf in the end. •both encounter rivals, hardships, drama, as always included in the typical shoujo romances they both leave a light warm fuzzy feeling when youve completed the anime,

If you liked
Ano Hi Mita Hana no Namae wo Bokutachi wa Mada Shiranai.
...then you might like
Natsuyuki Rendezvous

•both similar from having a ghost appear before the main character, and they can only see it. •both anime supporting characters have been affected by the ghosts death in some ways and have not come to closure. •throughout both of the anime, the characters come to terms with their feelings and reconcile their regrets and misunderstandings and the understanding to move on. •you might like one if you like the other, but they differ in circumstances/surroundings.

If you liked
Mirai Nikki
...then you might like
Another

•Both have a guy and a girl pairing focused on as the main characters •both have supporting characters dieing/murdered around them as the anime progresses •both question the existence of humanity, if one wants to survive in this game/curse, they have to do what ever it takes to win/solve to keep themselves from dieing. •both have horror in it, that is cringe worthy, and the mystery is more exposed in Another, but mirai nikki is questionable. •they are similar in the mystery deaths/murders/killings and those who love to watch people die

If you liked
Shiki
...then you might like
Another

•Both are small out of place towns, that are surrounded by nature, cut off from the rest of the world. •they also have a boy moving from the city to live in the town. •the sense of mystery is more blunt in Another, but they both portray horror thats absolutely wonderful, if you love blood and killing. •both have outbreak of killings as the story progresses, which are visually graphic, which is the BEST! •they both question humanity and how their brain works when put under pressure of murder and how •they act accordingly towards finding an answer in different ways.

If you liked
Special A
...then you might like
Kaichou wa Maid-sama!

•Both have strong willed, independent girls who like to take control and be the best at everything •both main girl protagonists dont know that the boy protagonist is falling in love with them •both girls develop feelings for the boy, without them addressing the issue, and are unable to confess to the boy or their own self •both are situated in schools surrounded by the all familiar cast of slice of life comedy and reality mixing in between. •both have other boy protagonists rivals to win the girl over •both boys love to tease the girl •similar in the slow shoujo type love within school grounds, and troubles/misunderstandings along the way, but they are both pleasant to watch.

If you liked
Kimi ni Todoke
...then you might like
Hiyokoi

•both have the light fluff romance, between a popular guy, and an unpopular, unsocialised girl, which is very very shy •both have the sense of happiness, light warmheartedness, enabling oneself to grow, but thats the typical of shoujo romances. •both main girls start off with 0 or 1 friends because they dont know how to interact due to their shyness from different circumstances, •both girls start to develop friends, and become more open, all thanks to the typical popular guy who has interest in the girls. •they are very similar, though Hiyokoi is a short 23 min film, its still a must watch if you really liked kimi ni todoke.