Anime Recommendations

Anime: Sword Art Online
If you liked
Sword Art Online
Anime: Quanzhi Gaoshou
...then you might like
Quanzhi Gaoshou
Both MC are OP but Quanzhi Gaoshu's story is better in depth.
Anime: Persona 4 the Animation
If you liked
Persona 4 the Animation
Anime: JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken: Diamond wa Kudakenai
...then you might like
JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken: Diamond wa Kudakenai
Both Anime take place in a small town where a murderer runs wild and a group of youngsters make it to they're mission to catch this killer.
Both have a huge cast of different characters.
Persona is basically another name for Stands.
And most important, they're both Part 4 of they're respective series.
Anime: Ore no Imouto ga Konnani Kawaii Wake ga Nai
If you liked
Ore no Imouto ga Konnani Kawaii Wake ga Nai
Anime: Eromanga-sensei
...then you might like
Eromanga-sensei
These are pretty much the same thing; characters from OreImo even appear in Eromanga-sensei:

- Written by the same author
- Both feature a little sister love interest
- Self-aware comedies
- Both little sisters are closet otakus and perverts

Eromanga-sensei is the spiritual successor of OreImo. Seriously, they are frighteningly similar. If you (somehow) liked either show, you will 100% like the other.
Anime: Mugen no Ryvius
If you liked
Mugen no Ryvius
Anime: Densetsu Kyojin Ideon
...then you might like
Densetsu Kyojin Ideon
Being chased across space with the crew being slowly broken down physically and mentally.
Anime: Yojouhan Shinwa Taikei
If you liked
Yojouhan Shinwa Taikei
Anime: Ping Pong The Animation
...then you might like
Ping Pong The Animation
The directors are the same, which means that the storytelling is also the same. The characters have similar personalities and the goals are about life. A beautiful story about achieving and finding a purpose. They're very exaggerated in movement and the art styles are similar. The dialouges are witty and always interesting.

If you've watched one, definitely check out the other. They're so similar in so many aspects.
Anime: Hime Chen! Otogi Chikku Idol Lilpri
If you liked
Hime Chen! Otogi Chikku Idol Lilpri
Anime: Idol Time PriPara
...then you might like
Idol Time PriPara
Both MC become Idols
Both have a magical creature assisting them to become Idols
Both have similar effects when MC perform on stage
Anime: Fushigiboshi no☆Futagohime Gyu!
If you liked
Fushigiboshi no☆Futagohime Gyu!
Anime: Idol Time PriPara
...then you might like
Idol Time PriPara
Both MC attend a boarding school
Both MC have a magical creature as their partner
Both MC's magical partner helps them achieve their goal
Anime: Valkyrie Drive: Mermaid
If you liked
Valkyrie Drive: Mermaid
Anime: Sin: Nanatsu no Taizai
...then you might like
Sin: Nanatsu no Taizai
Girls and tits
Anime: Makai Senki Disgaea
If you liked
Makai Senki Disgaea
Anime: Blood Lad
...then you might like
Blood Lad
Both protagonist are a "king" of demons, both have a very funny story.
Anime: Hidan no Aria
If you liked
Hidan no Aria
Anime: High School DxD
...then you might like
High School DxD
Both are supernatural anime, with action and ecchi
Both protagonist become "more powerful" when they get excited by the girls
Anime: Moyashimon
If you liked
Moyashimon
Anime: Gin no Saji
...then you might like
Gin no Saji
Both series deal with agricultural schools, and has this sense of real life. The subtle humor makes series enjoyable. Characters interactions are interesting and very down to earth. Very easy and fun to watch.
Anime: Haikara-san ga Tooru
If you liked
Haikara-san ga Tooru
Anime: Otome Nadeshiko Koi Techou
...then you might like
Otome Nadeshiko Koi Techou
While ONKT is only a small ova and HSgT a long anime, both feature a heroine that is a lady in Taisho Era and falls in love with someone she is not supposed to. If you enjoy sweet historical shoujo, you might want to try these.
Anime: Harukanaru Toki no Naka de: Hachiyou Shou
If you liked
Harukanaru Toki no Naka de: Hachiyou Shou
Anime: Akatsuki no Yona
...then you might like
Akatsuki no Yona
Both have a lead girl who at first are weak and a little bit crybaby but as the story progress they grow to be strong minded and brave. They both have to find their allies with supernatural powers to protect them. Akatsuki no Yona is more adventure based than Harukanaru and Harukanaru is more harem like anime than Akatsuki no Yona but they are similar with story progression.
Anime: High School DxD
If you liked
High School DxD
Anime: Accel World
...then you might like
Accel World
A young boy unpopular at school gets chosen by an incredibly sexy girl attracted to him into joining her specific clan and proving his skills as part of her party as they grow stronger and stronger and recruit more members fighting against other clans and dickish villains. The difference is that in Accel World everything is about a video game, whereas Highschool DxD is about a world of Devils, Angels and Fallen Angels. There's also lighter T&A in Accel World than DxD but it still exists
Anime: Metal Fighter Miku
If you liked
Metal Fighter Miku
Anime: Bubblegum Crisis
...then you might like
Bubblegum Crisis
Bubblegum Crisis inspired many series and Metal Fighter Miku is most likely one of them.

Four main female characters - check
Metal/Mecha suits - check
Fighting sequences - check
Cool soundtrack - check

Be advised that Metal Fighter Miku is not as great as Bubblegum Crisis, but nonetheless it's still a really good series.
Anime: Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou
If you liked
Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou
Anime: Zton Jingai Animation: A Beautiful Greed Nulu Nulu
...then you might like
Zton Jingai Animation: A Beautiful Greed Nulu Nulu
Monstergirl as sex object.
Anime: Kuro to Kin no Akanai Kagi.
If you liked
Kuro to Kin no Akanai Kagi.
Anime: Souryo to Majiwaru Shikiyoku no Yoru ni...
...then you might like
Souryo to Majiwaru Shikiyoku no Yoru ni...
Both Involves romance, smut and revers harem
Anime: Jitsu wa Watashi wa
If you liked
Jitsu wa Watashi wa
Anime: Renai Boukun
...then you might like
Renai Boukun
Parody humour, school setting, element of supernatural and feeling of harem without actual harem in the list of genres. Also some characters are similar: Shikimi=Shiho, Guri=Youko/Akane, Yuzu=Nagisa etc. Both are not really deep (though both have some sad and not that bright scenes) and good for enjoyment.
Anime: Steins;Gate
If you liked
Steins;Gate
Anime: Robotics;Notes
...then you might like
Robotics;Notes
S;G and R;N are practically identical in structure, which is no surprise as they both originate from the same author. Both anime start particularly slow, before building up to a grand climax. Both anime also have a well developed romance between the main heroine and the protagonist. Lastly, both anime have a scientific theme to them which is given by both being adaptions of the Science Adventure universe.

S;G differs with it's scientific theme of time travel, unlike R;N scientific theme of building a giant robot. S;G also is more story drive with a more exciting plot, while R;N performs much better with it's characterisation and character development.
Anime: Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo!
If you liked
Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo!
Anime: Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu
...then you might like
Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu
They're both really, really, really similar to each other. Both are about a protagonist being sent to a fantasy world. Where the protagonist finds themselves surrounded by the opposite gender.

Konosuba differs with a comedy focus to it while Re:Zero focuses on darker tones and psychological aspects.
Anime: Akame ga Kill!
If you liked
Akame ga Kill!
Anime: Shingeki no Bahamut: Virgin Soul
...then you might like
Shingeki no Bahamut: Virgin Soul
Both series are beautifully animated and set in a medieval fantasy world. The stories both revolve around corrupt rulers and the rebels who are working against them. The protagonists are both cheerful and naive individuals who are oblivious to the corruption until they see it firsthand. There is plenty of action, with comedic relief and romance as well.

In Akame ga Kill, there is a clear difference between the good and evil, while Shigeki no Bahamut tells the story of a conflict between three races in which there is no true 'bad' guys.
Anime: Shouwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu
If you liked
Shouwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu
Anime: Fune wo Amu
...then you might like
Fune wo Amu
Verry similar, if you liked one you have to teach the other one.
Anime: Sword Art Online
If you liked
Sword Art Online
Anime: Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu
...then you might like
Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu
Actually quite similar in construction, both have a similar premise - that a protagonist get trapped in a fantasy world and gains a special ability. Onward, both protagonist become surrounded by the opposite gender but have their sight on only one girl. Furthermore, both anime have a fair amount of action and some deep psychological moments.

SAO differs with a primarily romance focus to it while Re:Zero goes about dealing with darker themes and the psychological aspect to it.
Anime: New Game!
If you liked
New Game!
Anime: Gi(a)rlish Number
...then you might like
Gi(a)rlish Number
Basically same concept: girls that starts working for anime/game industry, and so they have to face the problem of every day like character designer Aoba/ seiyuu Chitose.

Both plots are funny with little drama parts.

Definitely better cast for New Game! but Chitose woths 1mld of Aoba
Anime: Trinity Seven
If you liked
Trinity Seven
Anime: Busou Shoujo Machiavellianism
...then you might like
Busou Shoujo Machiavellianism
When I began to watch BSM I was like kill me now, we have T7 season 2 here now.

Both anime are action, ecchi, harems in a school setting, that was previously an all girl school. Onward, the protagonists of both have this "surprising" ability to make chicks go crazy for them but not only that they are also the most overpowered fighters in their worlds with some overpowered ability that only they can use. Continuing, both anime have deadly fights in their school setting, that could potentially lead to characters deaths but does this happen? Furthermore, in both anime there is this system of hierarchy across the school, where there are a group of the strongest and most powerful girls with the largest influence, in the school.

BSM differs however with is action scenes being from the use of swords and martial arts, unlike T7's use of magic. BSM also differs with it females characters all being what appears to be radical feminists that believe all men should be castrated, unlike T7's female characters who throw themselves at the protagonist. In terms of protagonist BSM's protagonist has self-constraint and is not one to exploit or take advantage over women, unlike T7's protagonist.

Overall I feel like BSM is a much better version of T7's but still not a good anime.
Anime: Hajime no Ippo
If you liked
Hajime no Ippo
Anime: Bakuman.
...then you might like
Bakuman.
I was quite surprise to see that these two anime weren't the top recommendations of each other, as they're practically the same thing but with a different focus (boxing/manga).

Both anime follow the same story structure about youth growing larger in their desired fields and striving for their goals/dreams. Also, both anime utilise a very similar romance between the heroine and protagonist, that has this charming and heartwarming feel to it. Onward, both anime have similar comedy, that drives a viewer away from the drama to have them chuckling/laughing at the silly things the character do. Continuing, both anime have their serious moments, when the protagonists are depressed and broken down. Where in the end they overcome their obstacles to awake to the cheers and applauds of their accomplishments.

To end, both anime are heartwarming stories, about a journey through youth, that has its fun and charming times, to later become serious and inspiring. If you loved either one then you'll definitely love the other.
Anime: Yojouhan Shinwa Taikei
If you liked
Yojouhan Shinwa Taikei
Anime: Uchouten Kazoku 2
...then you might like
Uchouten Kazoku 2
Both are works from the same author and both have the same ingenuity.
Anime: One Punch Man
If you liked
One Punch Man
Anime: Boku no Hero Academia
...then you might like
Boku no Hero Academia
well both shows are about heroes and the main charachter try to become a powerful heroe in both shows
Anime: Angel Beats!
If you liked
Angel Beats!
Anime: Ano Hi Mita Hana no Namae wo Bokutachi wa Mada Shiranai.
...then you might like
Ano Hi Mita Hana no Namae wo Bokutachi wa Mada Shiranai.
they got both to do with death and have meaning in each episoide and both are very short. And the endings thought ;-;
Anime: School Days
If you liked
School Days
Anime: Tsuki ga Kirei
...then you might like
Tsuki ga Kirei
Were you watching Tsuki ga Kirei and feeling "hmm, this sure is a nice love story, but it could really use every character being a horrible and irredeemable person?" Then look no further than this!
See, School Days is everything that Tsuki ga Kirei is not. Tsuki leaves you with butterflies in your stomach, while S.D. makes you want to grab the nearest sharp object and send it through the screen.
Anime: Neon Genesis Evangelion
If you liked
Neon Genesis Evangelion
Anime: Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu
...then you might like
Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu
Both series have cult characters that have become symbols in the anime industry. Also, both series are difficult to understand and they require special attention from the viewer. The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya and Evangelion are milestones in the history of anime, they at least deserve attention.
Anime: Deadman Wonderland
If you liked
Deadman Wonderland
Anime: Mirai Nikki (TV)
...then you might like
Mirai Nikki (TV)
- The main characters are the same.
- Both of them are horror animes.
- The two boy fight to reach something.
Anime: Busou Renkin
If you liked
Busou Renkin
Anime: Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann
...then you might like
Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann
Both series focus on exceeding limitations, breaking through barriers, and trying to reach a place of stability and safety. Both also feature colorful characters and combatants, just substitute armaments for mechs. Additionally, this was the first show I ever watched from beginning to end, and ignited my passion for ardent anime viewing--which soon led to Gurren Lagann.
Anime: ChäoS;HEAd
If you liked
ChäoS;HEAd
Anime: Occultic;Nine
...then you might like
Occultic;Nine
The complex plot in both of these animes written by the same guy so they do have similarities in. Both are where stuff like Serial Experiments Lain have ended up today not quite the older cyberpunk genre and this what it has become today.
Anime: Baccano!
If you liked
Baccano!
Anime: Durarara!!
...then you might like
Durarara!!
Same author, same universe (but different time period and location), similarly focused on intersecting plots of an ensemble cast.
Anime: Cowboy Bebop
If you liked
Cowboy Bebop
Anime: Trigun
...then you might like
Trigun
episodic story with a similar set-up, cowboys, theme, sci-fi and more.
Get this, both aired in spring 1998.
Anime: Toradora!
If you liked
Toradora!
Anime: Sukitte Ii na yo.
...then you might like
Sukitte Ii na yo.
Say I Love You is similar yet very different than Toradora. Both anime follow a building relationship between the two main characters. If you are looking for a good rom-com, I would totally recommend Toradora!!
Anime: Barakamon
If you liked
Barakamon
Anime: Amaama to Inazuma
...then you might like
Amaama to Inazuma
Both are slice of life featuring a bubbly blonde kid. Nuff said.
Anime: Free!
If you liked
Free!
Anime: Hibike! Euphonium
...then you might like
Hibike! Euphonium
Both seasons of series are the differences from the anime series whose anime is Free! Season series which is the first summer and both are the same.The difference of the anime season is Hibike!.Depending on the different serial seasons of spring and the fall season.The backsound regulator of both anime-making series of music then the composer soundtrack is different.Both characters extracurricular activities depending on the opposite sex between girls or guys







Anime: Gintama
If you liked
Gintama
Anime: Hunter x Hunter (2011)
...then you might like
Hunter x Hunter (2011)
Henpeita looks like Illumi as a middle aged man.

Killua & Gintoki both have white fluffy hair, are undefeatable in battle, & are burdened by memories of a powerful creepy long haired man from their childhoods.

Katsura & Kurapika are both androgynous warriors.

Okita & Kurapika both seem cute & laid back, but are both quite vicious & not above using people as pawns. Both have a strong moral code, are blonde, & have a vitriolic friendship with a dark-haired tsundere. (Hijikata/Leorio).

Biscuit & Kagura are both the strongest women in their series, both redheads, masochists, enjoy trolling people, & act/think way more mature than they look.

All of the women in Gintama are violent, mean, & scary. HxH's women would fit right in, especially Biscuit & Palm.
Anime: GetBackers
If you liked
GetBackers
Anime: Hunter x Hunter (2011)
...then you might like
Hunter x Hunter (2011)
Kadzuki & Kurapika are androgynous warriors who fight with objects that can be used to whip or bind.

Ban & Leorio are both incredibly strong skirt chasers with short tempers & absolutely no muscle mass in their skinny bodies.

Ginji & Gon have very similar personalities.

Ginji & Killua both control electricity & have a gay crush on their best friend.

Akabane & Hisoka might as well be the same person; the creepy highly attractive murdersexual who flirts with his prey to make himself come off 6x as creepy & uncomfortable to be around. & they almost exclusively go after men.





Anime: GetBackers
If you liked
GetBackers
Anime: Gintama
...then you might like
Gintama
The Getbacker's job & what Yorozuya "Odd Jobs" do are literally the same thing, & they're always flat broke & desperate for work. Aalo, both parties can be seen at a bar in pretty much every episode.

Kadzuki & Katsura are the long haired crossdressing warriors that men follow.

Even though Ban & Gintoki fancy themselves skirt chasers, neither of them ever get a woman, but do have overly affectionate male friends who maybe like them just a little too much. (Ginji & Madao).

Ban is said to be the devil himself. Gintoki is said to be demon spawn. They both also have issues with their father/father figure at the end of the manga. (Though the Getbackers anime only covers the first half of the manga).

All-male Onsen episode.

GetBackers has a female character who controls people with scented perfumes. The Love Potion arc of Gintama has one of those too.(OAV special).

Takasugi & Akabane live to fight.

Both have a brother who is inappropriately interested in his sister.






Anime: Kokoro ga Sakebitagatterunda.
If you liked
Kokoro ga Sakebitagatterunda.
Anime: Koe no Katachi
...then you might like
Koe no Katachi
-both heroine has the same problem about talking.
Anime: Kill la Kill
If you liked
Kill la Kill
Anime: Flip Flappers
...then you might like
Flip Flappers
- Equally anime that uses force beyond reason
- artistic of both anime is quite the same
- plus the last opponent in this face is his own mother
Anime: Colorful (Movie)
If you liked
Colorful (Movie)
Anime: Koe no Katachi
...then you might like
Koe no Katachi
Both films deal with the topic of suicide and the adversities of growing up and making mistakes. They both also establish similar morals, such as the positive impact that considering those around you and being daring enough to make friends and enjoy yourself can inflict. Both also contain diverse characters that learn that making mistakes is not only okay, but natural, and doesn't define who you are and who you may come to be.
Anime: No Game No Life
If you liked
No Game No Life
Anime: Overlord
...then you might like
Overlord
Overlord and No Game No Life both take place in a "game". Overlord is more simaller to SAO with him being in a game forever, while No Game No Life is about two people who are bored who go to a already existing game world somewhere. I feel that if you think that you love games then definitely watch No Game No Life or Overlord, Overlord is more about mmorpg games and No Game No Life is like more then a wider range. But keep note that they are both 13+ but has very good comedy.
Anime: Log Horizon
If you liked
Log Horizon
Anime: Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei
...then you might like
Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei
- both has an evil "overpowered" genius main character
- magic is used in both animes
Anime: Koe de Oshigoto! The Animation
If you liked
Koe de Oshigoto! The Animation
Anime: Nana to Kaoru
...then you might like
Nana to Kaoru
Both are two episode story about shy school girl that do some perverted things and overcome herself.
Anime: Vampire Hunter D (2000)
If you liked
Vampire Hunter D (2000)
Anime: Claymore
...then you might like
Claymore
The main character is monster hunter and is not human too. Both anime have a dark atmosphere and violance scenes.
Anime: Armitage III: Poly-Matrix
If you liked
Armitage III: Poly-Matrix
Anime: Gunnm
...then you might like
Gunnm
Both anime have a robotic girl character.
Anime: Cowboy Bebop
If you liked
Cowboy Bebop
Anime: Mugen no Ryvius
...then you might like
Mugen no Ryvius
The stories are about space adventure in the single spaceship that have a specific name presented in the title of the anime. Sometimes characters are in the complicated relationship or other way round don't care about each other. And of course both anime are created by the same studio.
Anime: Steins;Gate
If you liked
Steins;Gate
Anime: Boku dake ga Inai Machi
...then you might like
Boku dake ga Inai Machi
-Both series are based on time travelling
-While in 'Erased' its the main character's ability to do so, 'Steins;Gate' tries to put it in a scientifix and logical way
-In both anime, the main character time travels to save the ones close to them specifically females
-Both seem very boring in the first parts of the anime but get excellent later
-Erased focuses on the main character most of the time when but steins;gate puts the characters in groups and give an overall view of whats happening not just the main character's thoughts
-Both have some great plot twists and one of them revolving around a character
-Both have the main character having some psychological conflicts later in the series
While I think Erased fans will love steins;gate, i can not say the opposite because some say steins;gate has that 'Masterpiece' element but everyone has different views so feel free to try
Anime: Nichijou
If you liked
Nichijou
Anime: Danshi Koukousei no Nichijou Specials
...then you might like
Danshi Koukousei no Nichijou Specials
Slice of Life
Random gags among friends
Hilarious to say the least
Anime: Girls und Panzer
If you liked
Girls und Panzer
Anime: Shuumatsu no Izetta
...then you might like
Shuumatsu no Izetta
Shuumatsu no Izetta:
Set in world war two so if you like the tank play in Girls und Panzer im sure you'd like Shuumatsu no Izetta, Its about a witch in world war two fighting for a fictional duchy set in the west of Austria (the french controlled Post war zone) and you can tell from the countrys armies there is a very strong french influence from the uniform resembling the WW1 french uniform in colour to the fact they even use the Renault FT-17 Light tank seemingly as their main battle tank. It has a witch using a PTSD-41 as a magic flying broom, WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?!

Girls und Panzer:
A bunch of cute girls riding around in tanks blowing shit up... Whats there not to love? from what i can tell the tanks and the way the girls crew the tanks seem to be pretty historically accurate which is great and the combat seems to be quite fluent and is extremely fun to watch! My only real issue is that they live in cities on aircraft carriers... for some reason that annoys the hell out of me!
Anime: Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood
If you liked
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood
Anime: Shisha no Teikoku
...then you might like
Shisha no Teikoku
These are both anime that tackle the concept of souls as if it is a scientific thing rather than something to do with magic or religion. The main characters have someone who they hold dear but is not a complete human and wish to bring them back to being their former self. The same power that allows souls and bodies to operate separately is used as the main force used by the military. The fights and battles are all well animated.
Anime: Fairy Tail
If you liked
Fairy Tail
Anime: Hunter x Hunter (2011)
...then you might like
Hunter x Hunter (2011)
Adventure and friendship, and its very good, well, im not saying fairy tail is good, but hOlY SHIT HUNTER X HUNTER IS AMAZINGGGGGGGGG
Anime: Danshi Koukousei no Nichijou
If you liked
Danshi Koukousei no Nichijou
Anime: Sakamoto desu ga?
...then you might like
Sakamoto desu ga?
comedy, school
Anime: Bokusatsu Tenshi Dokuro-chan
If you liked
Bokusatsu Tenshi Dokuro-chan
Anime: Tsugumomo
...then you might like
Tsugumomo
Both shows are a weird blend of ecchi, comedy, a bit of the supernatural, and a fair bit of violence. Tsugumomo is definitely less on the bloody side of things, while Bokusatsu Tenshi Dokuro-chan is notorious for unbelievably ridiculous fountains of crimson spray.
Anime: Urara Meirochou
If you liked
Urara Meirochou
Anime: Hinako Note
...then you might like
Hinako Note
Both are slice of life with cute girls, and MC from the country.
Anime: Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun
If you liked
Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun
Anime: Sukitte Ii na yo.
...then you might like
Sukitte Ii na yo.
Main characters have completely different personalities, yet have a very cute relationship. Jealousy and friendship are two topics that are very important in this anime.
Anime: Arakawa Under the Bridge
If you liked
Arakawa Under the Bridge
Anime: Sakamoto desu ga?
...then you might like
Sakamoto desu ga?
Both super funny
Anime: Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun
If you liked
Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun
Anime: Sakamoto desu ga?
...then you might like
Sakamoto desu ga?
Both super funny, though Gekkan Shoujo has more romance
Anime: Sakamoto desu ga?
If you liked
Sakamoto desu ga?
Anime: Saiki Kusuo no Ψ-nan (TV)
...then you might like
Saiki Kusuo no Ψ-nan (TV)
Super funny.
Anime: Danshi Koukousei no Nichijou
If you liked
Danshi Koukousei no Nichijou
Anime: Sakamoto desu ga?
...then you might like
Sakamoto desu ga?
Super funny
Anime: Sakamoto desu ga?
If you liked
Sakamoto desu ga?
Anime: Handa-kun
...then you might like
Handa-kun
Absolutely funny
Anime: Kantai Collection: KanColle
If you liked
Kantai Collection: KanColle
Anime: Frame Arms Girl
...then you might like
Frame Arms Girl
both anime revolve around girls who battle in armour; whereas F.A girls is just an anime where there is no definitive storyline, Kabcolle is about trying to free the world from a mysterious threat from the sea.
Anime: Bakuman.
If you liked
Bakuman.
Anime: Bakuman. 2nd Season
...then you might like
Bakuman. 2nd Season
It's the 2nd season.
Anime: Higashi no Eden
If you liked
Higashi no Eden
Anime: C: The Money of Soul and Possibility Control
...then you might like
C: The Money of Soul and Possibility Control
1) SETTING/BACKGROUND
the settings of both series are undeniably similar. in both series there is some game involved to which the main character is forced into or exposed to, an alternative game or world that manages to influence society in the "normal" world. In Higashi no Eden's case it is the game and selecao system created by Mr.Outside and in C:'s case that is the eastern financial district.
2) CONCEPT
both anime series discuss the importance of money. Although the subject is discussed more directly in C, the outlook on it is quite similar; the connection between the government, society and individuals and money and its influence on them is a rare topic in anime series which is why those who enjoyed Higashi no Eden's outlook on the subject may enjoy C as well. it is important to note the in both cases the subject is not the main focus and acts only as a motive or cause for the main plot, meaning that the series' main focus is an occurrence or conflict caused by money.
3) PERSONAL OPINION
whilst this review made both series sound obnoxiously serious and boring, i can assure you that they're not. although both discuss serious topics they both delver it in a way which is not too heavy on the viewer which is why i think they are so similar. They're both the same length (11 episodes).
Anime: Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry
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Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry
Anime: Rokudenashi Majutsu Koushi to Akashic Records
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Rokudenashi Majutsu Koushi to Akashic Records
Both use old tropes but do them right. Highly enjoyable shows with likeable characters that have good interaction (and MCs are somewhat similar as they are both considered weak at first), good fights, good animation. Examples of well made shows that turn out to be more than you may think looking at the cover. Both give off a very similar vibe.
Anime: Serial Experiments Lain
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Serial Experiments Lain
Anime: Prison School
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Prison School
They both have a 7.99 average score, they both are school based dealing with adolescence fighting the fight of finding their identity (with a focus on girls.) Both are moving to the soul and some adult/sexual themes occur in both. Both deal with strong themes of human emotion and sense of being.
Anime: Gin no Saji
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Gin no Saji
Anime: ReLIFE
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ReLIFE
These shows take place in a school setting but are grossly different from the typical slice of life shows that are set in a school in terms of the theme of the story. The usual school-set shows are usually light hearted in nature and typically revolve around the romance or the mischiefs of the main cast but in these two shows present scenarios that break away from the usual – most notable would be the absence of a beach episode and the focus on the characterization of the cast instead of just showing their day-to-day shenanigans.
Anime: Seikaisuru Kado
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Seikaisuru Kado
Anime: ACCA: 13-ku Kansatsu-ka
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ACCA: 13-ku Kansatsu-ka
Both are thought-provoking political dramas (Kado more so)
They have a similar "serious" feel about them
Character interaction is a big part of what drives their story
Main characters are level-headed and good at what they do
ACCA-13 has more action, Kado is more discussion
Anime: Dareka no Manazashi
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Dareka no Manazashi
Anime: Koe no Katachi
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Koe no Katachi
It's sad from beginning to end and has great art.
Anime: Fractale
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Fractale
Anime: Psycho-Pass
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Psycho-Pass
The difference with the Psycho Pass is Fractale is a light anime that has a fresh feel that is Fractale. Fractale is a utopian system that in its manifestation replaces the role of man himself. A person who has joined Fractale will receive an ideal service where all has been provided, even humans no longer need to communicate directly because the human role has been replaced by their respective doppel. Once upon a time there was a festival where among the participants there was not a single human being, who attended only their replacement doppel. Humans at the time of Fractale were so spoiled that they lost the instinct of their lives, human tasks at that time might just sleep and eat. In essence in that world there is never a conflict, utopia really materialized. But simultaneously human existence has disappeared, humans in those days were completely useless. An unremarkable main character will reveal the real ugliness of the fractale system. From this it becomes clear that Fractale is a system that imprisons human freedom unconsciously in order to realize idealism, utopia. If we look from other perceptions we will be aware of the fact that utopia is only the cover of the creation of dystopia (destruction).
Anime: Shinsekai yori
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Shinsekai yori
Anime: Psycho-Pass
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Psycho-Pass
The similarity of the premise is about utopia-dystopia. And the first thing that comes to mind when hearing back the name Psycho Pass is definitely the power of the SyBIL system. SyBIL is an ideal system that controls the substance of human beings covering all things in it to realize the perfect system of society and governance, although it is essentially impossible, that is the name utopia leads to dystopia. The ideal world is a very desirable dream, but it is almost impossible to make it happen that various laws and norms should be ignored in order to make it happen. Psycho Pas illustrates that the actual form of dystopia exists in utopia. Such concept is actually almost the same as Shinsekai Yori and even its implementation exists, but the presentation is much different. Psycho Pass reveals dystopia in the modern world while Shinsekai Yori tends to paradoxize against the modern world (conservative)
Anime: Dennou Coil
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Dennou Coil
Anime: Steins;Gate
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Steins;Gate
Two "weird" groups of young people having a normal life while using some type of experimental technology. Granted, the technology used in each is very distinct, but both have some kind of futuristic elements not achieved by our current technology.

What makes Steins;Gate and Dennou Coil similar to me is the simple beginning with hints for a big mystery or conspiration that later develops throughout the story. Apart from a similar mysterious aura and issues around these new and futuristic technologies and the consequences of its use, there are also calm or fun episodes that contrast with the dramatic and dark moments present in both shows. Both also have share conspiracy elements.

Character-wise, they are immature and childish at times, but serious when the situation requires and have some development. Some characters have pretty unique designs and personalities, especially in Steins;Gate.

Steins;Gate is a more serious anime and feels more realistic, but has some fantasy/sci-fi elements like the time travel (as the genre implies). Dennou Coil also has its share of realism and sci-fi that is closest to our current technology (AR glasses) but also has a big fantasy element that is "the obsolete spaces".
Anime: Kore wa Zombie Desu ka?
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Kore wa Zombie Desu ka?
Anime: High School DxD
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High School DxD
While many things resemble each other, the more we realize each one is unique. Two series, High School DxD and Kore wa Zombie desu ka ?, share these things:
- Genres: Action, Comedy, Ecchi, Harem, Superpowers, Supernatural and Harem.
- Story: Both involve a boy who was resurrected after being killed, and become the servant of a cute girl, also becomes a supernatural being. In DxD (Demon) and in Kore wa ... (Zombie). These guys get involved with other girls with supernatural abilities, like him, discovering, thus, a magical power within him. They also have the power to increase their power as the action warrants it.
- These series explore the feelings that keep within themselves, those disappointments of themselves, reasons of their life, which hide behind a smile, and our protagonist does not escape from it. Sometimes the action, can be in the background, behind the fanservice or comedy, but all those are connected with the facts of the series.
Anime: Psycho-Pass
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Psycho-Pass
Anime: Hamatora The Animation
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Hamatora The Animation
In both manga, there are people that aren't allowed to exist because they may be a threat to the others. It is discussed the moral problem of killing a murderer and there are also twists and smart moves. They both got murderers that control other people mind and play with them putting them to make the kills. Both express deep feelings and gives you the shivers by the play and the thinking of the murderer
Anime: Alignment You! You! The Animation
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Alignment You! You! The Animation
Anime: Residence
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Residence
Both involve M to F genderbending and futa both of which are done through magic and/or supernatural powers by a loli.
Anime: Koe no Katachi
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Koe no Katachi
Anime: Kimi no Na wa.
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Kimi no Na wa.
Both character is interest.So,girl difference of school or city or village the characters in pairs are different from the other anime.Whereas the voice of language is so polite and well mannered backsound a the soundtrack tt's just the soundtrack manage also very interesting though very remarkable.But that,the emotion of sadness, loneliness, separation, different and so on
Anime: Dennou Coil
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Dennou Coil
Anime: Summer Wars
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Summer Wars
Dennou Coil is a show that shares many common themes with some other sci-fi works I watched previously. From those, the most similar one has to be Summer Wars, Steins;Gate or Serial Experiments Lain. But for now, I will be focusing exclusively on Summer Wars. Laster on I will probably create a recommendation for the rest.

Firstly, focusing on the animation and sound, it can be noted that Summer Wars and Dennou Coil were both animated by Madhouse, so the characters designs, especially face and expressions have some similarities. Over-the-top and cheerful, while also having a more violent animation in specific moments of the story and also using a bit of CGI, but it wasn't bad. The soundtrack is also quite fun and cheerful aswell, while a bit darker on some occasions on Dennou Coil.

Now focusing on what really matters, in the two universes, there is a futuristic type of technology that people rely on their daily routine. In Summer Wars the plot starts with a case of cyber-hacking and account theft, while in Dennou Coil the plot starts with a mystery related to missing people "lost on the other side". Most of the action happens in Japan, however, these two universes share the thematic of an alternative reality/world. At the start, both stories are pretty cheerful and the technology creates a utopian world, but problems arise later on and the group of kids of the respective anime has to save the day.

The most important message you get from Dennou Coil and Summer Wars is the importance of family and the power of friendship. The message might be pretty innocent and simple, but the themes explored in the movie and anime are a bit dark, especially in Dennou Coil.
Anime: Kuroko no Basket
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Kuroko no Basket
Anime: Log Horizon
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Log Horizon
On the surface, it might seem absurd to put an adventure/fantasy and a sports anime in one "basket" but if one looks beyond the two utterly different genres, similarities can be found. Firstly, one of the main themes in both cases is teamwork. May it be a dungeon boss fight or a basketball cup showdown, one can't win solo, team/party connection-collaboration is a core requirement in order to achieve the goal. What is mostly similar though it's the fact that victory is certainly not a random fact based on luck or the outcome of the actions of one OP MC. What both shows emphasize is that a good strategy is absolutely necessary. A well thought plan that implements the characters' super powers. Yup, there are super powers exhibited in both anime, which augment the thrill of each encounter that occurs as the plot unfolds. So, if you enjoy tactics and team play, these two series are made for you.
Anime: Nichijou
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Nichijou
Anime: Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon
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Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon
Nichijou is an anime about people who may or may not be extraordinary, and their lives which may or may not contain extraordinary things. Maidragon is a bit more extreme, where it's about an ordinary person who crosses with extraordinary beings that ultimately change her life in extraordinary ways. Still, the laid-back and comedic tone of Maidragon makes it feel like a spin-off of Nichijou more than anything. Both series highlight the everyday lives of their characters, and often have extreme and intense moments despite being about ordinary things. These moments are perhaps most notable for their incredible level of animation from the studio Kyoto Animation.
In other words, Nichijou is like a more spastic and random version of Maidragon with more characters and themes, while Maidragon is like a more dramatic and fleshed-out version of Nichijou, but with fewer characters and themes.
Anime: School Days: Magical Heart Kokoro-chan
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School Days: Magical Heart Kokoro-chan
Anime: Fate/kaleid liner Prisma☆Illya
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Fate/kaleid liner Prisma☆Illya
Both anime are set in alternate universes where the younger character is set to be the main character.

Both are magical girls with an older male interest. Both anime have a lot of fanservice (most graphic is School Days).
Anime: Cowboy Bebop
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Cowboy Bebop
Anime: Memories
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Memories
Considering the first episode, Magnetic Rose, both animes have a similar "feeling", considering both are in space, and the animation are similar as well. If you enjoyed how the characters are drawn in Magnetic Rose you might like the characters in Cowboy Bebop.
Anime: Aura: Maryuuin Kouga Saigo no Tatakai
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Aura: Maryuuin Kouga Saigo no Tatakai
Anime: Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai!
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Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai!
Aura and Chuunibyou both have a lot of characters with the whole Chunnibyou syndrome going on, but Aura has a more dark and realistic perspective. Romance is also present in both.
Anime: Log Horizon
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Log Horizon
Anime: Gate: Jieitai Kanochi nite, Kaku Tatakaeri
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Gate: Jieitai Kanochi nite, Kaku Tatakaeri
Both shows belong to the fantasy genre and the world-building in them are greatly executed. Each episode paints a sneak-peak of the world where the show is set and is continually elaborated as the story unfolds. The cast of both shows are also diverse which makes their interactions and activities a pleasure to watch. Both shows understand their respective settings, beautify it each episode and makes full use of them to further the story.
Anime: Great Teacher Onizuka
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Great Teacher Onizuka
Anime: City Hunter
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City Hunter
Ryo Saeba and Onizuka are basically the same person. Even though the plot can't be more different, the Anime are very similiar. Considering that these are both mostly comedy Anime while the comedy is mainly carried by the protagonist. Even though the story in GTO is better written than in City Hunter (Often being repetetive) you get a fair amount of the most hilarious protagonists of all time!
Anime: Sakigake!! Cromartie Koukou
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Sakigake!! Cromartie Koukou
Anime: Detroit Metal City
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Detroit Metal City
Both have a unique style of humor, unique characters, are fast paced (which is nice) and are god damn hilarious!
Anime: Seitokai Yakuindomo
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Seitokai Yakuindomo
Anime: Shimoneta to Iu Gainen ga Sonzai Shinai Taikutsu na Sekai
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Shimoneta to Iu Gainen ga Sonzai Shinai Taikutsu na Sekai
Both show is about comedy,even though Seitokai Yakuindomo is constant comedy,both show are filled with tons of Dirty Jokes and the MC is surrounded by girls at school.
Anime: K
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K
Anime: Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic
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Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic
Both series have a world with kings that have followers whom gain magical powers from their lords and both series revolve around this concept. Both focus on the struggles these powered individuals have to face.

K focuses a little more on these magical people and has a modern day setting in contrast to Magi's fantasy setting and more focus on the society. Also, K is full of bishounen and has a unique soundtrack comparable to Magi.
Anime: Brandish
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Brandish
Anime: Monmusu Quest!
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Monmusu Quest!
Both contain succubus action
Anime: Angel Beats!
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Angel Beats!
Anime: 11eyes
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11eyes
The series share a similar doom and gloom attitude which leaves the viewer hoping for a better future, but whether the better future comes would provide spoilers. Specifically, there is this fight for one’s life going on, yet this normality that contradicts this fight which the characters find themselves needing to balance out.
Anime: 11eyes
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11eyes
Anime: C³
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The two series left me with the same feeling, but they were both also dark and ecchi, and yet there are plenty of series out there which have these themes. Specifically, in this case we have a group of individuals drawn together to solve the problem of being a “weapon” and the wonton destruction of the world which may end up resulting from the being of a “weapon”. What I mean by this is possibly better understood though if one has watched one of the two series.
Anime: 11eyes
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11eyes
Anime: Mirai Nikki (TV)
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Mirai Nikki (TV)
There is this common link between the two series which is hard to get into without getting into spoilers for 11eyes, yet in some ways the common link is one that is going to vary from person to person, as one person’s favorite character isn’t going to be the favorite character of another person. What I can say though regarding this common link is that I personally have felt a deep connection with the characters of both series, but found myself rooting for said characters. Yet, in this regard, both series are dark, so one should not go in expecting a happy ending.
Anime: Akira
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Akira
Anime: 11-nin Iru!
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11-nin Iru!
Both Akira and 11-nin Iru! are movies from the 1980s with Akira possibly being one of the better known series, and 11-nin Iru! a more obscure piece people may not even realize exists. In regards to the time period, both pieces represent the movies of this time period quite well, yet also the fears of the Japanese people had regarding the Cold War era. While the connection of Akira to the Cold War era is more recognizable, the underlying fear still crops up in an ambiguous manner with the common theme of war and strife. The style of animations is dark, the themes moody and angst ridden, with the deep seeded feeling of doom running through both pieces in a manner which is deep.
Anime: .hack//Quantum
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.hack//Quantum
Anime: Accel World
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Accel World
.hack is one of the forerunners to the virtual reality genre, but in particular, this short .hack series and Accel World focus on main characters who are misfits of sorts even within the gaming world, yet who end up becoming heroes.
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