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Anime: Knight's & Magic
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Knight's & Magic
Anime: Tensei shitara Dainana Ouji Datta node, Kimama ni Majutsu wo Kiwamemasu
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Tensei shitara Dainana Ouji Datta node, Kimama ni Majutsu wo Kiwamemasu
both have young boys as the main charater who is obsessed with some fantasy element, in knights and magic is mechs and in 7th prince its magic. both of them are extremely talented in there areas and tend to creep people out with how focused they are. both improve there areas in ways no-one has thought of before both have MC's that kinda look like girls. both are set in a magical fantasy world where the MC's get reincarnated to live out there otaku dreams in there respective fields. 7th prince has a lot more ecchi stuff then K&M witch has no ecchi things.
Anime: Air Gear
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Air Gear
Anime: The God of High School
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The God of High School
Battle shounen anime have never declined in popularity and have continued to introduce new characters to a new audience. Where there is popularity, you can find uncut gems that wasn't given an opportunity to shine. Air Gear and The God of High School are perfect examples of this because they weren't given enough episodes to finish their stories and fans had a lot of love for their manga. The main characters basically want to be the best and win against everyone, but it is these characters and their conflicts that makes you want to watch more. If you enjoy it then you'll want to continue past the anime.
Anime: Uchi no Kaisha no Chiisai Senpai no Hanashi
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Uchi no Kaisha no Chiisai Senpai no Hanashi
Anime: Atarashii Joushi wa Do Tennen
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Atarashii Joushi wa Do Tennen
- both has very cute senpai-kouhai relationships (well its love in uchi no kaisha and friendship in atarashii joushi) - the side characters too are well depicted and written
Anime: Dororo
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Dororo
Anime: Kimetsu no Yaiba
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Kimetsu no Yaiba
Both anime have a MC who is trying to restore someone's humanity. There is good sword fighting in both , which are usually against supernatural opponents such as monsters and demons.
Anime: Akame ga Kill!
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Akame ga Kill!
Anime: Ragna Crimson
...then you might like
Ragna Crimson
Watching through Ragna Crimson really reminded me of Akame Ga Kill. Two opposing factions battling it out with high stakes for survival. Both series have a character which carries the anime "Crimson" in Rangna Crimson and "Esdeath" in Akame ga Kill. Akame ga Kill though has better world building, action scenes and character development in my opinion. However, if you like one your sure to like the other.
Anime: Divergence Eve
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Divergence Eve
Anime: Kaii to Otome to Kamikakushi
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Kaii to Otome to Kamikakushi
Character-driven horror with ecchi character designs.
Anime: Gosenzo-sama Banbanzai!
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Gosenzo-sama Banbanzai!
Anime: Yojouhan Time Machine Blues
...then you might like
Yojouhan Time Machine Blues
Both have the premise of a person who travels to the past to meet their family and the different bizarre ocurrences that happen because of that. Both also have a similar style of dry humor, witty heavy dialogue and slaptick comedy. (copied from my AniDB recommendation)
Anime: Goblin Slayer
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Goblin Slayer
Anime: Kono Healer, Mendokusai
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Kono Healer, Mendokusai
In both series, a small-statured healer teams up with a an adventurer who's always hidden under armor. They are very similar shows. If you like one, you are sure to like the other. If you mix a playlist with both shows and binge-watch, you might not realize which show is which at any given time.
Anime: Natsu no Arashi!
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Natsu no Arashi!
Anime: Yojouhan Time Machine Blues
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Yojouhan Time Machine Blues
Two absurdist romantic comedy anime where the focus is on time travel and the different paradoxes it could create. Time travel here works in a similar way as well, as there is just one single timeline where the different mysteries presented are basically created by the other travels to the past. Animation style is also experimental in both, the biggest similarity being the use of real-life imagery. Heck, they're both charming comedies that you shouldn't miss if you like quirky romcoms. (copied from my AniDB)
Anime: Overlord
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Overlord
Anime: Mairimashita! Iruma-kun
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Mairimashita! Iruma-kun
iskeai power trip
Anime: Juubee Ninpuuchou
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Juubee Ninpuuchou
Anime: Onimusha
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Onimusha
Feudal Japan is a popular setting in anime because it offers so much material to explore. What Onimusha and Ninja Scroll contributes to this category is their supernatural elements, specifically demons and inhuman powers. This sets the ground for extreme graphic violence as swordsmen fight demons. Anyone looking for more anime set in a supernatural feudal Japan will be glad to find this one.
Anime: 91 Days
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91 Days
Anime: Yuukoku no Moriarty
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Yuukoku no Moriarty
same staff, similar atmosphere and rhythm, the noir vibe is good
Anime: Niehime to Kemono no Ou
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Niehime to Kemono no Ou
Anime: Akuyaku Reijou nanode Last Boss wo Kattemimashita
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Akuyaku Reijou nanode Last Boss wo Kattemimashita
Main motive of both anime is marrying non-human lord of "hostile" kingdom by abandoned girl that tries her best to be great, reliable beloved. Also both main characters are very determined and make bold decisions.
Anime: Violet Evergarden
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Violet Evergarden
Anime: Sousou no Frieren
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Sousou no Frieren
if you finished watching frieren and want to find another 10/10 show that makes you feel sentimental and emotional, I feel like violet evergarden would be the best option for you.
Anime: Gangsta.
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Gangsta.
Anime: Buddy Daddies
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Buddy Daddies
Buddy Daddies and Gangsta have similarities in story and characters. Story: The story revolves around a city with high crime activities. Both involve conflicts between Gangsters/Mafia. Characters: The main characters from both anime work by eliminating their targets (assassins/gangsters) They work as a team and live under the same roof. They also have similar dynamics: - Worick (Gangsta) and Kazuki (Buddy Daddies) are womanizers. - Nico (Gangsta) and Rei (Buddy Daddies) are calmer than the formers, and really skilled when it comes to their job. Differences: - Buddy Daddies sets on a more modern city compared to Gangsta. - Buddy Daddies tries to balance between slice of life and action, while Gangsta focused more on action. If you enjoyed one, you might like the other.
Anime: Sousou no Frieren
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Sousou no Frieren
Anime: Kusuriya no Hitorigoto
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Kusuriya no Hitorigoto
"Frieren: Beyond Journey's End" and "The Apothecary Diaries" both aired from Fall 2023 to Winter 2024. So what makes them similiar- - led by an interesting female protagonist (Frieren and Maomao) and good supporting characters, each having their own story - set in medieval world - good ost
Anime: Sentai Daishikkaku
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Sentai Daishikkaku
Anime: Mahou Shoujo ni Akogarete
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Mahou Shoujo ni Akogarete
We follow the villains of a classic Japanese Saturday morning kids show being the main focus, deconstruct the hero and meaning of heroism while providing a show not at all suitible for younger audiences. Both are homage-parodies where the studio put lots of care in, showing their love for the genre.
Anime: Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Comedy wa Machigatteiru.
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Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Comedy wa Machigatteiru.
Anime: Boku no Kokoro no Yabai Yatsu Season 2
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Boku no Kokoro no Yabai Yatsu Season 2
Similar Vibe (but less mature). Ichikawa is like a Hachiman but more kind. Art style and music are great in both anime.
Anime: Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Comedy wa Machigatteiru.
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Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Comedy wa Machigatteiru.
Anime: Boku no Kokoro no Yabai Yatsu
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Boku no Kokoro no Yabai Yatsu
Similar Vibe (but less mature). Ichikawa is like a Hachiman but more kind. Art style and music are great in both anime.
Anime: Koi wa Sekai Seifuku no Ato de
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Koi wa Sekai Seifuku no Ato de
Anime: Sentai Daishikkaku
...then you might like
Sentai Daishikkaku
Both are satirical takes on a Power Rangers-like setting, but this is less drama and more romcom with a villain and a ranger being in love.
Anime: Sonny Boy
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Sonny Boy
Anime: Alice to Therese no Maboroshi Koujou
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Alice to Therese no Maboroshi Koujou
Very similar concept Group of people suddenly in a time frozed world they don't know it's real or not.
Anime: Hyouka
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Hyouka
Anime: Tanaka-kun wa Itsumo Kedaruge
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Tanaka-kun wa Itsumo Kedaruge
They are both school slice of life anime with a lazy main characters. Both series are also chilling and optimistic, but they involve different things. Hyouka focuses on students who engage in mysteries while Tanaka Kun centers around the lives of a lazy guy with a lighter tone.
Anime: Charlotte
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Charlotte
Anime: Boku no Hero Academia
...then you might like
Boku no Hero Academia
While they differ quite in style, both series do share common themes such as being about a school setting where students posses superpowers. There’s emotional (but more so in Charlotte hence it is drama driven rather than purely action whereas Hero Academia is more of an action-packed super hero shounen anime) and occasional comedic moments present as well as a strong focus on character development. The animation in Charlotte and Boku no Hero Academia (My Hero Academia) are both well and so are the characters.
Anime: Mahoutsukai no Yome
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Mahoutsukai no Yome
Anime: Maou no Ore ga Dorei Elf wo Yome ni Shitanda ga, Dou Medereba Ii?
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Maou no Ore ga Dorei Elf wo Yome ni Shitanda ga, Dou Medereba Ii?
- a powerful yet socially awkward male mage - a discriminated female elf/half-elf disciple Mirroring the dynamic between the characters, their relationship evolves from one of mastership/mentorship to a blossoming romance, as they navigate societal prejudices and personal growth together. Mahoutsukai no Yome is slower and more serious.
Anime: Majo no Tabitabi
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Majo no Tabitabi
Anime: Sousou no Frieren
...then you might like
Sousou no Frieren
The immersive world-building seamlessly integrates with the protagonist's recurring odysseys, similar in both animes.
Anime: Yasuke
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Yasuke
Anime: Onimusha
...then you might like
Onimusha
Netflix original anime have a hit or miss reputation that alienate hardcore anime fans who prefer to skip most titles. The general consensus is that Onimusha and Yasuke are misses and therefore have received little attention. Onimusha and Yasuke are samurai anime series with fantasy elements that are easily watchable with their short episode count. Sometimes this is all you need along with some action for a good time. If this was one of your reasons for watching this anime then you should consider this recommendation.
Anime: Afro Samurai
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Afro Samurai
Anime: Onimusha
...then you might like
Onimusha
Onimusha and Afro Samurai are samurai anime from creators outside of the medium who bring their own artistic quality to the genre. Onimusha is based on a video game series by Capcom and this adaptation is directed by Takashi Miike who is a Japanese film director, film producer and screenwriter known for several extreme violent films. Afro Samurai is based on a doujinshi from a creator with strong American influences and the adaptation became a collaboration between Samuel L. Jackson, Studio Gonzo, the doujinshi creator, and RZA from the Wu-Tang Clan. Viewers who can appreciate these outside influences are the ones who will enjoy these anime the most. You will know if this speaks to your taste, but expect two violent anime.
Anime: Golgo 13
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Golgo 13
Anime: Space Adventure Cobra
...then you might like
Space Adventure Cobra
Both are 80s movies directed by Osamu Dezaki about badass and manly men shooting down evil mafia bosses and getting the heart of ladies in the process. While Cobra is more light hearted and takes place in a space opera setting, Golgo 13 is grittier and takes place in a then-contemporary urban setting.
Anime: Megane-bu!
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Megane-bu!
Anime: Bishounen Tanteidan
...then you might like
Bishounen Tanteidan
the story around a school club made up of teenagers, the club members follow specific rules which becomes the comic part of the series
Anime: Paprika
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Paprika
Anime: Mononoke
...then you might like
Mononoke
Both are trippy
Anime: Mushishi
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Mushishi
Anime: Somali to Mori no Kamisama
...then you might like
Somali to Mori no Kamisama
There are things in common: -They are both stories that revolve around a man who travels and finds spirits. -Both series have a beautiful atmosphere and music within the beings they encounter in these sceneries. However in: -Somali, a man goes on a journey with her daughter and is more fanatical emotional story whereas Mushi is more episodic. Overall, both series are beautiful, if you like this kind of related anime’s, then they’re good.
Anime: Liar Liar
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Liar Liar
Anime: Kami wa Game ni Ueteiru.
...then you might like
Kami wa Game ni Ueteiru.
Both shows involve 1 guy with 2 cute girls working together in order to beat strategic games! Winning games also gives them access to more "abilities" to use while playing games.
Anime: Shingeki no Kyojin
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Shingeki no Kyojin
Anime: Kaijuu 8-gou
...then you might like
Kaijuu 8-gou
A similar plot outcome of the main character to those with whom he fought / wanted to become
Anime: Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou
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Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou
Anime: Shuumatsu Train Doko e Iku?
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Shuumatsu Train Doko e Iku?
Two adventure-genre shows with girls journeying in a post-apocalyptic world to get somewhere. Both worlds are but a husk of their former shells after change happened and aside from adventure, there is mystery and a bit of suspense as well in what lies ahead.
Anime: Re:Creators
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Re:Creators
Anime: Ishura
...then you might like
Ishura
Both are shared unique characters Both are shared the fight that can't be avoid Both are shared the happiness to us Fun 100%
Anime: Tsurune: Kazemai Koukou Kyuudou-bu
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Tsurune: Kazemai Koukou Kyuudou-bu
Anime: Mashiro no Oto
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Mashiro no Oto
Both follows a a highschooler aged protags taking on a music/ sport in order to achieve a specific sound from a dead family member from their lifetime. They also feature a similar art style and clubs which the Mc joins, with a lot of hyped up performances and cranialization
Anime: Otonari no Tenshi-sama ni Itsunomanika Dame Ningen ni Sareteita Ken
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Otonari no Tenshi-sama ni Itsunomanika Dame Ningen ni Sareteita Ken
Anime: Otonari ni Ginga
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Otonari ni Ginga
MC thinks that he doesn't deserve to be loved by the heroine😣
Anime: Shiro Seijo to Kuro Bokushi
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Shiro Seijo to Kuro Bokushi
Anime: Jijou wo Shiranai Tenkousei ga Guigui Kuru.
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Jijou wo Shiranai Tenkousei ga Guigui Kuru.
The MC who doesn't understand what love is meets the heroine who has been in love throughout the series 🥰
Anime: Konyaku Haki sareta Reijou wo Hirotta Ore ga, Ikenai Koto wo Oshiekomu
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Konyaku Haki sareta Reijou wo Hirotta Ore ga, Ikenai Koto wo Oshiekomu
Anime: Maou no Ore ga Dorei Elf wo Yome ni Shitanda ga, Dou Medereba Ii?
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Maou no Ore ga Dorei Elf wo Yome ni Shitanda ga, Dou Medereba Ii?
A very entertaining romantic comedy with fantasy setting also female protagonists 😋
Anime: Undead Unluck
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Undead Unluck
Anime: Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken 3rd Season
...then you might like
Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken 3rd Season
Both of them made me experience incomprehensible ecstacy from their legendary, magical OP's, their unique plot, crazy worldbuilding, bloody fights and creative power system, makes both of them an extremely immersive, joyful adventure
Anime: Edens Zero
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Edens Zero
Anime: Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken 3rd Season
...then you might like
Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken 3rd Season
Both of them made me experience incomprehensible ecstacy from their legendary, magical OP's, their unique plot, crazy worldbuilding, bloody fights and creative power system, makes both of them an extremely immersive, joyful adventure
Anime: Date A Live
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Date A Live
Anime: Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken 3rd Season
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Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken 3rd Season
Tensura: Every time I sit down to watch this anime felt like a breath of fresh air from life. It’s just so fun, it gives off a super tranquilizing vibe to watch + it has the most epic, energetic high-level action + crazy, Fluid animation + Shion is exquisitely beautiful + Mirimu is the cutest Date A Live: The G.O.A.T Romance Drama, Kurumi is one of the most elegant anime girls you'll ever see, Great battles but not as intense as Tensura Both of them made me experience incomprehensible ecstacy from their legendary, magical OP's, their unique plot, crazy worldbuilding, bloody fights and creative power system, makes both of them an extremely immersive, joyful adventure
Anime: Aoi Bungaku Series
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Aoi Bungaku Series
Anime: Grimm Kumikyoku
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Grimm Kumikyoku
Grimm Kumikyoku and Aoi Bungaku Series are adaptations from the old classic literary/story. Both have dark atmosphere.
Anime: Kumo desu ga, Nani ka?
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Kumo desu ga, Nani ka?
Anime: Nozomanu Fushi no Boukensha
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Nozomanu Fushi no Boukensha
If you like a fantasy about a character growing and getting stronger with actual fights, watch this
Anime: Full Metal Panic!
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Full Metal Panic!
Anime: Spy x Family
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Spy x Family
Characters living double lives or dealing with secret identities. In "Full Metal Panic!", Sousuke Sagara is a high school student who is also a skilled military operative, leading to comedic and dramatic situations as he tries to balance his two roles. Similarly, in "Spy x Family", Twilight is a spy who creates a fake family, and each member of the family has their own secret identity or background, leading to humorous and action-packed scenarios as they navigate their interconnected lives. Both series also incorporate elements of comedy alongside their main genres (mecha/action for "Full Metal Panic!" and espionage/family for "Spy x Family"), creating engaging narratives that appeal to a wide range of readers with their blend of humor, drama, and unique character dynamics.
Anime: Yoru no Kurage wa Oyogenai
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Yoru no Kurage wa Oyogenai
Anime: Girls Band Cry
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Girls Band Cry
Similarities: * Both have female MCs that want to be in a band * MCs coincidentally meets former musicians/idols that wants to be #1 again * Aired at the same time
Anime: Ping Pong the Animation
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Ping Pong the Animation
Anime: Sonny Boy
...then you might like
Sonny Boy
In this anime we're able to take a look into ourselfs, in the oyung years in our lives when nothing was clear and we were thrown to the world without knowing what to expect, search what we want in our lives and the styles are pretty different from the normal anime style.
Anime: Ace wo Nerae!
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Ace wo Nerae!
Anime: Hibike! Euphonium
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Hibike! Euphonium
I often hear people compare "Ace wo Nerae!" with the similarly-titled "Top wo Nerae! Gunbuster" for their surface-level similarities and while I can see that Ace wo Nerae! did inspire some parts of Gunbuster, there's a more recent series that feels like it took a lot more from Ace wo Nerae! in some more integral ways. Yes, Ace wo Nerae! is about tennis and Hibike! Euphonium is about a concert band, but below the surface, these shows are extremely similar. In 1973 it was Oka Hiromi and Coach Munakata, in 2015 it became Oumae Kumiko and Taki-sensei. Both stories are about a character slowly finding passion in something that they previously didn't have a strong connection to. And without spoiling the details, I'll just say that there are pretty interesting parallels in the way that the plot progresses. Both series are incredibly compelling stories about passion and willpower. Lastly, I would argue that Hibike! Euphonium (much like Gunbuster) is named after Ace wo Nerae! in the title itself. It's not as direct as Top wo Nerae!, but having an imperative command in the title that describes the central thesis of the main character's passion, as well as each title being an in-universe important part of the story itself... Well, I'll leave it there.
Anime: Ajin
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Ajin
Anime: Sentai Daishikkaku
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Sentai Daishikkaku
Sentai Daishikkaku and Ajin Demi-Human approach the journey of the anti-hero spiced with the theme of immortality and regeneration in very similar ways. In Ajin, the demi-humans possess an innate ability to regenerate, rendering them nearly immortal. This unique trait becomes both a gift and a curse, as they are relentlessly pursued by authorities eager to research or eliminate them just like the Dragon Rangers tend to exploit this trait unique to dustmen during their staged battles with these villains. The black soot that emanates from both demi-human and dustmen while regenerating from their wounds is a stark visual reminder of otherness their bodies possess and the dangers they face in spite of this advantage. So all in all Sentai Daishikkaku offers a satirical take on superhero teams, where the villains often display similar regenerative abilities but with a comedic twist. Whereas Ajin delves deeper into the ethical complexities of inhuman experimentation and societal responses.
Anime: Koukyuu no Karasu
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Koukyuu no Karasu
Anime: Karasu wa Aruji wo Erabanai
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Karasu wa Aruji wo Erabanai
Supernatural ravens, Chinaesque court life, hunky princes, if you enjoyed Koukyuu no Karasu you'll probably enjoy Yatagarasu as well, despite it has a much more toned down shoujo/josei vibe.
Anime: Kusuriya no Hitorigoto
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Kusuriya no Hitorigoto
Anime: Karasu wa Aruji wo Erabanai
...then you might like
Karasu wa Aruji wo Erabanai
If you are looking for something to watch while waiting for the next season of Kusuriya then Yatagarasu will probably rub the right spot. It has a similar setting, great art and shape shifting ravens that are equally supernatural to Maomao's knack for solving court problems. There's princesses and bishounens as well!
Anime: Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari
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Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari
Anime: Ore dake Level Up na Ken
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Ore dake Level Up na Ken
Both feature a protagonist who is weak at first and gets ridiculed for it, but then goes through a traumatic experience that makes him want to become stronger. They also have similar personalities, they're independant and cunning and can be ruthless at times to serve their own interests. Both shows also rely heavily on the incorporation of video game mechanics, like a lot of isekai do, but there's an attempt to "subvert" the tropes of the genre by adding plot twists or making the protagonist more morally grey. They're both entertaining enough but not all that deep.
Anime: Shiki
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Shiki
Anime: Kakegurui
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Kakegurui
Both shows are completely over the top and the epitome of "edgy". They are completely focused on the characters (which are the weakest part of both shows).
Anime: Chikyuu Shoujo Arjuna
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Chikyuu Shoujo Arjuna
Anime: Houseki no Kuni
...then you might like
Houseki no Kuni
- Both shows are full of strange buddhist/shintoist symbolism - Both have female mc('s) that are chosen ones of some kind. - Both have a unique premise but Arjuna takes itself a bit more serious and is more controversial while Houseki no Kuni panders more to a modern and woke audience.
Anime: Mushishi
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Mushishi
Anime: Flying Witch
...then you might like
Flying Witch
They are both relaxing supernatural anime that revolve around the daily lives of characters and spirits. Flying Witch has a light-hearted feel with a focus on families lives and friendships along with magic, witches, and spirits while Mushishi (Mushi-Shi) is an atmospheric anime that involves a man lives to encounter spirits. If you like anime that are calm enough, then both of these should be good.
Anime: Juuni Kokuki
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Juuni Kokuki
Anime: Karasu wa Aruji wo Erabanai
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Karasu wa Aruji wo Erabanai
Alternative feudal east asia, courts, politics, servants and mystical beasts.
Anime: Isekai Maou to Shoukan Shoujo no Dorei Majutsu
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Isekai Maou to Shoukan Shoujo no Dorei Majutsu
Anime: Maou no Ore ga Dorei Elf wo Yome ni Shitanda ga, Dou Medereba Ii?
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Maou no Ore ga Dorei Elf wo Yome ni Shitanda ga, Dou Medereba Ii?
Both focus on high power sorcerer male character who comes to own an elf-slave love interest. In both cases the OP demon lord male character puts on an evil act to make up for his inability to talk to women but is actually looking to free the slave long term. Unlike Elf Bride,Isekai Maou is a harem romance comedy with two slaves: an elf girl and a cat girl. The show's comedy also derives heavily from ecchi situations. Still the romance is there and the situations are very similar.
Anime: Edens Zero
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Edens Zero
Anime: Undead Unluck
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Undead Unluck
If you like artistic power systems, and legendary OP's that will never leave your head, that will make ecstacy and bliss your default state of being, EZ and UU made me experience incomprehensible euphoria from both of their magical OPs, their unique plot, crazy worldbuilding and gorey fights and creative power system, make both them an immersive bizarre adventure
Anime: Koe no Katachi
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Koe no Katachi
Anime: Yubisaki to Renren
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Yubisaki to Renren
has the same concept with a deaf girl who falls in love with a man. They use sign language. This anime has a beautiful graphic
Anime: Bungou Stray Dogs
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Bungou Stray Dogs
Anime: Wind Breaker
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Wind Breaker
The story about a bunch of man and teens protecting their city. Lots of action, good seiyuus and a great story.
Anime: Sword Art Online Alternative: Gun Gale Online
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Sword Art Online Alternative: Gun Gale Online
Anime: Itai no wa Iya nanode Bougyoryoku ni Kyokufuri Shitai to Omoimasu.
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Itai no wa Iya nanode Bougyoryoku ni Kyokufuri Shitai to Omoimasu.
Easy to watch shows about a primarily female cast playing a VRMMO game with unconventional tactics/powers. Bofuri is more of a comedic, lighter story with more gameplay outside of the tournaments whereas GGO actually has a plot with a couple heavier details, but both still have a lot of focus on the girls (and the token male friend) having fun with the game and playing through competition arcs.
Anime: Saki
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Saki
Anime: Girls & Panzer
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Girls & Panzer
Both are 'hype moe' shows with a similar reliance on crazy, unrealistic tactics/abilities and vast casts of token-y bit characters on school teams that compete against one another. Also, both mains are driven by a conflict between them and their terrifying older sister. However, Saki's characters are more individually developed, whereas Girls und Panzer mostly focuses on teams/rival schools having one core bit shared between the group to distinguish them.
Anime: Shokei Shoujo no Virgin Road
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Shokei Shoujo no Virgin Road
Anime: Tensei Oujo to Tensai Reijou no Mahou Kakumei
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Tensei Oujo to Tensai Reijou no Mahou Kakumei
Yuri fantasy/magical LN stories with similar dynamics between the mains (more specifically, an inversion of the other's power balance within the dynamic) and a similar 'isekai that doesn't really care about the isekai' aspect. Both stories similarly 'lose the plot' they initially establish, so assuming that didn't really bother you in one, you likely won't mind in the other.
Anime: Gi(a)rlish Number
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Gi(a)rlish Number
Anime: Shiroi Suna no Aquatope
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Shiroi Suna no Aquatope
Both shows feature similar, prominent coming-of-age 'crisis of purpose'/inability arcs between their characters from a post-educational, career-based/'adult world' point of otherwise rare in anime.
Anime: Gi(a)rlish Number
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Gi(a)rlish Number
Anime: Kageki Shoujo!!
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Kageki Shoujo!!
Differing atmospheres, but both are occupational-based ensemble cast shows that cut unexpectedly real about their respect fields and the genuine human struggles surrounding them.
Anime: Saki
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Saki
Anime: Shakunetsu no Takkyuu Musume
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Shakunetsu no Takkyuu Musume
Scorching Ping Pong Girls feels very Saki-inspired -- it's probably harder to find differences than similarities. Both are 'hype moe' shows where a group of girls team up in the topical sport/competition and use nonsense superpowers to beat down other schools with nonsense superpowers. It's like a sports shounen with the cast of a CGDCT. Other noteworthy aspects include lesbians, the same dynamic between the mains, and the obligatory girl with big boobs.
Anime: Koi wa Sekai Seifuku no Ato de
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Koi wa Sekai Seifuku no Ato de
Anime: Oroka na Tenshi wa Akuma to Odoru
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Oroka na Tenshi wa Akuma to Odoru
Simplistic enemies to lovers romcom dumbfuckery with a slice of (equally simplistic) topic/world flavouring. The romances play out a bit differently, but they have similar vibes.
Anime: Ookami to Koushinryou: Merchant Meets the Wise Wolf
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Ookami to Koushinryou: Merchant Meets the Wise Wolf
Anime: Kusuriya no Hitorigoto
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Kusuriya no Hitorigoto
- both are well-made adaptations of a light novel - both are set within a historical time setting - both feature a dynamic relationship, chemistry, and banter between their lead male and female characters - both have a slower pacing, lots of slice-of-life moments, lots of talking and great writing - beyond mere entertainment, the viewer has a chance to broaden their knowledge as "Apothecary Diaries" delves into the realms of medicine & poisons, while "Spice and Wolf" focuses on economics
Anime: High School DxD
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High School DxD
Anime: Mushoku Tensei: Isekai Ittara Honki Dasu
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Mushoku Tensei: Isekai Ittara Honki Dasu
pretty much similar with Mushoko Tensi in the art, Environment and atmosphere with more +18 ecchi scenes . story is a little diffrent of that with mushoko but you will get along with it note that fight and action scenes are way more better in Mushoko tesnsi you could consider high scholl an enime for your self entertainment ....
Anime: Honzuki no Gekokujou: Shisho ni Naru Tame ni wa Shudan wo Erandeiraremasen
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Honzuki no Gekokujou: Shisho ni Naru Tame ni wa Shudan wo Erandeiraremasen
Anime: Loop 7-kaime no Akuyaku Reijou wa, Moto Tekikoku de Jiyuu Kimama na Hanayome Seikatsu wo Mankitsu suru
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Loop 7-kaime no Akuyaku Reijou wa, Moto Tekikoku de Jiyuu Kimama na Hanayome Seikatsu wo Mankitsu suru
Trust me 90% port and story line is the same, 10% dif is only Honzuki no Gekokujou is isekai but loop 7-kaime is time travel
Anime: AIKa
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AIKa
Anime: Freezing
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Freezing
Blonde mc, ecchi action, tons of kawaii schoolgirls and white panties (WHITE PANTIES) in every frame. Cultured content in both.
Anime: Soul Eater
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Soul Eater
Anime: Kami no Tou
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Kami no Tou
Both features a comic book style together with a more comedic tone with a cast of adventurers with unique superpowers going on an adventure with a lot of fight scenes where they accomplished an assigned goal. Both also follows unique worldbuilding's with elements taken from familiar worlds.
Anime: Boku no Hero Academia
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Boku no Hero Academia
Anime: Kami no Tou
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Kami no Tou
Both features a cast of many characters with many different architypes and wacky costume with specific superpowers special to them competing for a similar goal. They also have a very comedic tone together with a comic book like style and a ton of fight scenes.
Anime: Rougo ni Sonaete Isekai de 8-manmai no Kinka wo Tamemasu
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Rougo ni Sonaete Isekai de 8-manmai no Kinka wo Tamemasu
Anime: Sasaki to Pii-chan
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Sasaki to Pii-chan
- Both MC can travel back and forth from Earth and the isekai fantasy world - Both MC sell modern Earth consumer goods to isekai world for gold to exchange for Earth currency - Both have isekai denizens amazed by the Earth goods, attracting the attention of nobles and royalty - Both MC start getting entangled in economic politics, and political politics. - Both animes has firearm usage "Saving 80,000 Gold in Another World" follows these premises a lot more, is more character and comedy driven, and actually goes somewhere by the end of the season. Whereas "Sasaki and Peeps" threw in a lot of mismatching things which deviated everything from these premises quite often, thus never really delving too deep into things nor characters, and the season ended feeling like it never really went anywhere, and also on a cliffhanger.
Anime: Sora yori mo Tooi Basho
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Sora yori mo Tooi Basho
Anime: Yoru no Kurage wa Oyogenai
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Yoru no Kurage wa Oyogenai
Two both shows are directed by exceptional Anime director. The story follows inspiration to chase your dreams, work excellently in what you do and to get along with people along your journey.
Anime: Dagashi Kashi
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Dagashi Kashi
Anime: Isekai Ojisan
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Isekai Ojisan
Both of them have a nostalgic atmosphere and a soft, sincere connection with the past is established. -They both have really funny jokes. You laugh while watching. -They both have original senses of humor. -Emotional states and reactions are reflected successfully in both of them. They have a fluent course. -Cute drawings and facial expressions are very good in both -You can easily identify with the characters in both of them, and I think it is very important. Dear reader, thank you for reading here. I wish you healthy days
Anime: Fruits Basket 1st Season
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Fruits Basket 1st Season
Anime: Momochi-san Chi no Ayakashi Ouji
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Momochi-san Chi no Ayakashi Ouji
The tropes are quite similar: an orphan girl moves in with a bunch of supernatural guys. Momochi house is a more light-hearted anime than Fruits Basket, the romance part is cute and overall, well executed in 12 episodes.
Anime: Youkoso Jitsuryoku Shijou Shugi no Kyoushitsu e
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Youkoso Jitsuryoku Shijou Shugi no Kyoushitsu e
Anime: Tomodachi Game
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Tomodachi Game
Both have really cool moments, they make you want to watch everything in one go. Mind games at its best.
Anime: One Piece
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One Piece
Anime: Pokemon
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Pokemon
Both are very long running adventures with over many generations that is very casual and comedic in tone featuring a young optimistic protag hoping to become the best of his passion, encountering many different people along the way with imaginative worldbuilding. They also feature similar art styles throughout( Such as how the earlier parts are in watercolor cells) and appeals to a wide age group, the main characters follows similar architypes.
Anime: Dark Gathering
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Dark Gathering
Anime: Kaii to Otome to Kamikakushi
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Kaii to Otome to Kamikakushi
Both shows are quite similar conceptually and aesthetically, being easily described as an urban detective fantasy based on Japanese urban legends and folklore. The main noticeable difference is that while both shows focus on young adults who discover that their friends have frightening knowledge and connections to the other world, Dark Gathering is more aimed at a teenage audience and a male POV, while Kaii to Otome is aimed at a more mature audience and tells the story from the perspective of a noticeably more older female lead.
Anime: Majo to Yajuu
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Majo to Yajuu
Anime: Undead Girl Murder Farce
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Undead Girl Murder Farce
Both anime are lead by a male and a female, one of them having beast like superpowers. Together they solve mysteries in a Western looking world, the time period looking the same as well. A dark supernatural theme that feels very similar. Besides that both anime were the hidden gems in their respective seasonals/new anime seasons that deserve a bit more recognition!
Anime: Kaze no Shoujo Emily
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Kaze no Shoujo Emily
Anime: Princess Sara
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Princess Sara
The two protagonists are two little girls who have lost their father and are dealing with significant changes in their lives.
Anime: Les Misérables: Shoujo Cosette
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Les Misérables: Shoujo Cosette
Anime: Princess Sara
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Princess Sara
Both depict a little girl who faces a challenging existence in a historical context.
Anime: Tsugumomo
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Tsugumomo
Anime: Ayakashi Triangle
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Ayakashi Triangle
Both feature battles with supernatural creatures and strike a good balance between the action and fanservice elements
Anime: "Oshi no Ko"
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"Oshi no Ko"
Anime: Sentai Daishikkaku
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Sentai Daishikkaku
The idols or heroes that people look up to are deceiving the people that admire them. The premise of both shows at first makes it seem a bit simple and silly, yet if you give them time you notice how not everything is black and white. By doing that, both shows give depth to the genre they represent. If you like shows like these give them a try. Animation is well done in both shows as well.
Anime: Sabikui Bisco
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Sabikui Bisco
Anime: Trigun Stampede
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Trigun Stampede
Bisco and Vash are branded as destructive outlaws pursued by the state for their crimes. Their personalities are very much different, but they exude main character energy. In their own ways, Vash and Bisco fight for humanity even though society blames them for its problems. Their resilience and tenacity are their greatest strengths. Sabikui Bisco and Trigun Stampede are great choices for a post-apocalyptic adventure that can balance comedy, action, and drama.
Anime: Gosenzo-sama Banbanzai!
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Gosenzo-sama Banbanzai!
Anime: Vlad Love
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Vlad Love
They're both comedies written by Mamoru Oshii which has quite a lot of absurdist dry humor and dialogue-driven stories. Watch them if you like unusual, surreal and self-referential humor.
Anime: Digimon Adventure: 20-shuunen Memorial Story
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Digimon Adventure: 20-shuunen Memorial Story
Anime: Poketoon
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Poketoon
Short stories from franchises about monster proxy battles that shows the people and the creatures in more laidback, daily life fashin rather than the usual action.
Anime: Gakuen Babysitters
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Gakuen Babysitters
Anime: Tadaima, Okaeri
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Tadaima, Okaeri
Both are light hearted comedies ishivekais slice of life about cute boys taking care of toddlers that features a similar art style and character designs. the main difference is that one is BL
Anime: Gabriel DropOut
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Gabriel DropOut
Anime: Jashin-chan Dropkick
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Jashin-chan Dropkick
cgdct!! jashin is a 'rougher' version of & is probably crazier than gabriel dropout, but still filled to the brim with comedy. if you liked gabriel dropout, surely you'll enjoy jashin too!
Anime: Bungou Stray Dogs
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Bungou Stray Dogs
Anime: Yuukoku no Moriarty
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Yuukoku no Moriarty
both touch on the overall plot/genre of detective work. though Bungou Stray Dogs' characters are ability users, whereas Moriarty's detective plot works more on deduction and thinking. however, both their main focus touches upon investigative detective work and crime solving. multiple characters, and also a heavy, overall 'dark' theme on both.
Anime: Kotarou wa Hitorigurashi
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Kotarou wa Hitorigurashi
Anime: Yuzuki-san Chi no Yonkyoudai.
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Yuzuki-san Chi no Yonkyoudai.
Sol, Wholesome Story About kids that lost their parents and have to survive with adult and neighbors who guide them to get through rough life.
Anime: Zankyou no Terror
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Zankyou no Terror
Anime: B: The Beginning
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B: The Beginning
Veteran detective are called back to the police force to Solve and hunt down terrorist who commit crimes for an unknown purpose and have tied to a government secret experiments
Anime: Gosenzo-sama Banbanzai!
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Gosenzo-sama Banbanzai!
Anime: Bakemonogatari
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Bakemonogatari
Both have really quirky dialogue, witty characters and a good amount of dry humor. If you're in the mood for watching a dialogue-driven story please check the other anime.
Anime: Yawara!
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Yawara!
Anime: Ayane-chan High Kick!
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Ayane-chan High Kick!
Both are retro anime about a high-school girl who utterly dominates (and is pressured to participate in) a combat sport (judo/kick-boxing) that she cares nothing about. The main difference being that Yawara is over a hundred episodes long while Ayane-Chan's High Kick was cancelled after only two.
Anime: Yu☆Gi☆Oh! Duel Monsters GX
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Yu☆Gi☆Oh! Duel Monsters GX
Anime: Naruto: Shippuuden
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Naruto: Shippuuden
Both of these shows first opening theme song have a section I like to call "Japanese Rapping Korn." Where it sounds like Korn starts scream rapping the lyrics in japanese.
Anime: Kami no Tou
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Kami no Tou
Anime: Ore dake Level Up na Ken
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Ore dake Level Up na Ken
Both are Manwha adaptations where the main theme is about a young guy of a similar style and personality going through dangerous dungeons facing off many enemies and obstacles with the main goal of leveling up or getting to somewhere
Anime: Made in Abyss
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Made in Abyss
Anime: Dungeon Meshi
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Dungeon Meshi
Both shows include a great and original world revolving around a strange underground place made up of layers, each layer having its own ecosystem and different landscape. The main characters try to explore this place and its hidden mysteries and we are exposed to its history progressively and through the myths and legends around it. The adventure thrill you get from both shows is just very similar. The shows differ in that Cooking and food is a main theme in Dungeon Meshi while the main theme of Made in Abyss is Children suffering (and toilet humour). Dungeon Meshi is also more lighthearted than Made in Abyss although it does get serious and gory too.
Anime: Neko no Ongaeshi
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Neko no Ongaeshi
Anime: Hoshi wo Ou Kodomo
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Hoshi wo Ou Kodomo
Curiosity killed the cat, or in this case, the cat killed curiosity. Two young females set off on an adventure to a fantasy land, with a cat companion guiding them through.
Anime: Yuri!!! on Ice
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Yuri!!! on Ice
Anime: SK∞
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SK∞
Ice skating and skateboarding, two vulnerable males being taught by experienced males, with a potential romance following by. Passion towards both love and sport.
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