Total Recommendations: 30
they're centered around similar themes mainly the scholar environment and its problems. The characters are also similar in terms of characteristics.
The "chained" events is a common feature in both of the animes and do drive you to think. They share Tragedy and happiness moments that are somehow alike (it's like a projection from the world of fullmetal into the world of death note).
F class trying to climb up the stairs to reach higher degrees. They both offer the same vibe and the same comedy, as well as the same il-logic.
People turning to chibis in Fun Mode. Yes! With full comical situations.
What if a teacher is himself, trying his best to change his students, which are already rejected by society? Comedy happens and lesson will be learned.
Ever assigned to teach a bunch of socially-rejected pupils? Here is your chance. Denpa Kyoushi as well as GTO offer you the chance to laugh of what a teacher can do, if he's also by himself, rejected by society. Although Comedy is not guaranteed in both of the series, the enjoyment rate will change your vision into what schooling means. But most important is that... here they share the fact that they're teaching us what it meant to be a teacher.
The companion supervisor girl which is also a common feature here [to some extent], and the socially-rejected main protagonist as they fight their point of view and prove to the world is that anime is the purest thing here. The Rate of enjoyment is very high and a good laugh to both of the show is guaranteed.
Have you ever felt how heavy is to look after a female that's attractive enough to be your next girl? Have you ever felt how airhead can she be and she wouldn't notice? Bingo! The comedy of these show is one of the best here, you're going to find it fun to watch any of these.
For most of us, Just saying 'Shakugan no Shana' or 'Zero', two VAs will pop in our heads. If you ever want to see the exact heroine and its tsundere act in another anime, and the dull male protagonist and its pain to handle the female protagonist. Shakugan No Shana and Zero No Tsukaima offer this + comedy.
Hidan No Aria is very linked to Zero no Tsukaima as the VAs as well as the art and comedy/action is very similar. The female main characters share the tsundere character (to some extent) and they're to some point very enjoyable to watch.
I really found it weird that only few have pointed the similarity between Aishiteruze and Akachan to boku. It's destined that both of the protagonists of the shows are thrown with a child to raise, due to a life loss of a relative. The protagonists' reaction are not different at first, as being painful chore to do, but I guarantee that if you have enjoyed the first anime, the second will be more enjoyable.
You are going to find both of them very similar, this include the arts and the mood in this show. The comedy is always present and also airheads. It's also to note that everything is based on girlish talks, so you may be considering whether to pick any of them if you feel offended from these kind of talks.
Just pure comedy situations generated from girlish talks. Watching girls do their bests, fight together and go everywhere together without Yuri element. If you want something like this, these animes are for you!
Want a piece of mind? Girls chatting with go-lucky free environment? Here you go. Kiniro Mosaic or Non Non Biyori can easily put off all the accumulated stress with their lukewarm happy mood. If you're into comedy and peace of mind? Here you go!
Suddenly, the hero(ine) decided to move to countryside to break free from the hustle and the bustle of everyday city life. Comedy may not be both of strong points of the series however, the country environment is enough to make you relax.
The female version of Danshi No Nichijou is "Nichijou" itself. While the comedy of the male version is a bit funky and teen-oriented, Nichijou offers a comedy that fits all the ages. Yet, the comedy seen in both of anime is actually enjoyable to anyone who wants to break free from boredom.
No doubting that these two animes give the same vibe as 'Dating to save the world' is the main shared plot. Although Kami Nomi should contain more "intelligent" scoring, the comedy has never escaped any of these shows. To put it simple, if you like Date A Live, it's high probable that you're going to like Kami nomi zo Shiru Sekai.
Flying humans and powers fueled by magic and magic alike is a common feature that this Kuusen Madoushi and Juou Mujin offer. Incidentally, the antagonists (beasts) are also very similar.
Very similar context: the MC is a master and a has a human familiar (accompanier) of other gender while others have monsters instead.
As a fellow *KEY anime*. Same Authors, Similar situations but different Endings. I really recommend all those who watched Little Busters Refrain to watch Clannad After story (Although I recommend the the opposite direction with percaution: don't get angry while watching Refrain!) Also, both shows need tissues. They are recommended for all the family, especially teens and post teens.
The world of magicians+espers vs the world of weapons users+Tao users. the character development steps are similar. Both of them are really worth to watch
It's the Manga (and now anime) that Nat-chan (Minatsu Shiina) has recommended. Both are comedy.
The gentle yet (a little) baka females, the perfect prince.
The boy is the 'almost' perfect always at the top of the list, the girl is always working hard to be #1. Finally, Romantically, Girls are 'tsundere-alike' characters and boys are always teasing their feelings.
Basically the same taste and the same layout: people changing to animals due to a curse, a lost boy, etc...
Genius characters trying to figure out their destiny or actually facing it?
Basically the same orientation: Martial arts, freeloading at dojo and entourage of bishojou.
Aliens, marriage/fiancé, troubles and problems. Both of themare school-oriented
Very similar: a magical girl - a mermaid, Fiancés stuffs and rivals The beginning episodes presented new characters. The main protagonist are far unlucky.