Total Recommendations: 7
Both are comedies set in a school scenario. R-15 is more ecchi kind of funny while Baka and Test is more the stupid kind of funny. Both are great, and you should like both of them if you liked one of them. R-15, a guy with an unusual talent trying to survive this genius academy he goes too with his friends. Baka to Test a guy being put inside the F class, and is seen as stupid and is trying to prove to the school that tests aren't everything.
Both have the main heroine trying to fit in and being human. Also both are pretty funny and have some touching moments
Both are great romantic comedies. Both heroine are hilarious along with the the male protagonist. However the slight difference is that in Koukou Debut Yoh is like a super hottie compared to ootani in Lovely Complex who is short. Beside that, everything is pretty similar. If you like one, you should like the other too! Hope you enjoy!
Ok both are similar in the fact that they are both the harem/ecchi comedy manga. The only difference is that Rito is innocent and gets into ecchi situations by mistake and is misunderstood, while Yoshitaka purposely tries to make those scenes and gets punish for it. Both have humor and the jokes are funny in both.
Well both manga share the same artwork, which is what I really liked. They are both the comedy/harem scenarios, they are both ecchi. With Mayoi Neko Overrun! there is many appearances of characters from To Love-Ru so it means that they share the same universe. So if you like the comedy/harem/ecchi with good artwork both of these series have it.
Both series have a the main character that enjoy a particular life style, Keima is playing his dating sims and Tomoki is living in peace, and a girl that pops out of nowhere that turns their world upside down, for Keima it is the demon Elsie, and for Tomoki it is Ikaros. Both of them have to find a way to deal with this new complex life, Keima it is to conquer girls, while Tomoki is to prevent chaos from occuring. Also both series does not have a serious plot, but a nice relaxing tone is what they both have. And a lot of humorous scenes is also what they both have in common.
Both are the generic harem scenario where there is a guy surrounded by many cute girls. In Love Hina, it is more of a romance than Ai Kora (Love Collage). While Ai Kora has a more innocence sense to it. how Hachibe does everything he can to make the girls that he likes be happy. They both have this somewhat tranquility sense to it but both are great series with great unexpected endings.