Anime Recommendations

Anime: Ansatsu Kyoushitsu
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Ansatsu Kyoushitsu
Anime: Rokudenashi Majutsu Koushi to Akashic Records
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Rokudenashi Majutsu Koushi to Akashic Records
1. Both series are teacher related. 2. Both series teach a class which aren't looked up by others. 3. Both classes got a lot better after being taught by the teacher.
Anime: Monster Farm: Enbanseki no Himitsu
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Monster Farm: Enbanseki no Himitsu
Anime: Yu☆Gi☆Oh! 5D's
...then you might like
Yu☆Gi☆Oh! 5D's
They are both children's shows with young protagonists whom control monsters to battle against the forces of evil. Both have nice art styles and monster/character designs.
Anime: Dead Leaves
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Dead Leaves
Anime: Kuuchuu Buranko
...then you might like
Kuuchuu Buranko
Probably makes just as much sense. You understood Dead Leaves when you weren't high? One step up yourself with 'Welcome to Irabu's Office'.
Anime: Darker than Black: Kuro no Keiyakusha
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Darker than Black: Kuro no Keiyakusha
Anime: Shoumetsu Toshi
...then you might like
Shoumetsu Toshi
most of the themes are handled better here.
Anime: Mob Psycho 100
If you liked
Mob Psycho 100
Anime: One Punch Man 2nd Season
...then you might like
One Punch Man 2nd Season
Both are based on manga/webcomic by the same creator ONE. They both have similar art styles, character designs & humour. Both main characters have the same bored/uninterested expressions on their faces most of time and can also get serious and lose that expression and be quite formidable.
Anime: Death Note
If you liked
Death Note
Anime: Code Geass: Hangyaku no Lelouch R2
...then you might like
Code Geass: Hangyaku no Lelouch R2
Both feature a main character who is very intelligent seeking an ultimate goal with their new bestowed power. Good dramatic moments throughout both where the main character's intellect is the thing giving him the advantage.
Anime: Guin Saga
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Guin Saga
Anime: Berserk: Ougon Jidai-hen I - Haou no Tamago
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Berserk: Ougon Jidai-hen I - Haou no Tamago
Guin Saga is similar to Berserk in that the main protagonist is a hulk of a warrior that fights for their allies in a medieval setting . This anime in particular focuses more on the world building and politics of the world more than Berserk does.
Anime: Inugami-san to Nekoyama-san
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Inugami-san to Nekoyama-san
Anime: Yagate Kimi ni Naru
...then you might like
Yagate Kimi ni Naru
both of them are Shoujo Ai anime, but YagaKimi more to romance than comedy. I think you can still enjoy it
Anime: Minna Atsumare! Falcom Gakuen
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Minna Atsumare! Falcom Gakuen
Anime: High Score Girl
...then you might like
High Score Girl
Both incorporate - many game references - gaming eastereggs - and jokes about said games Falcom Gakuen is absurd slapstic comedy about Falcom games (Ys, Legend of Heroes, Xanadu) in a fictional world, Hi Score Girl is taking place in a realistic 80s setting but has a lot of direct and well informed game related humor (Street Fighter, Double Dragon, Final Fight... and tons more). If you're into Japanese games, especially in the retro territory, both are very recommendable.
Anime: Death Note
If you liked
Death Note
Anime: Zankyou no Terror
...then you might like
Zankyou no Terror
In both animes the police tries to catch the other side while being helped by someone with a special case. In both animes the villain thinks what they are doing is right
Anime: Pikotarou no Lullaby Lullaby (TV)
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Pikotarou no Lullaby Lullaby (TV)
Anime: Can You See? I'm Sushi
...then you might like
Can You See? I'm Sushi
Short anime featuring the character of real world comedian Pikotaro, including the weird Japanese humor.
Anime: Owari no Seraph
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Owari no Seraph
Anime: Kimetsu no Yaiba
...then you might like
Kimetsu no Yaiba
Both are shows about a young boy who has his family killed by monsters but one sibling survives and that sibling becomes one of those monsters. The MC then joins an organization comprised mostly of teens that specialize in killing those monsters and they have to use special swords to kill those monsters.
Anime: Donyatsu
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Donyatsu
Anime: Bananya
...then you might like
Bananya
Cute comedies with short episodes about food-cat hybrids.
Anime: Clannad
If you liked
Clannad
Anime: Orange
...then you might like
Orange
Both series will have you laughing one moment and crying the next, and both deal with the regrets of their characters.
Anime: Tokyo Loop
If you liked
Tokyo Loop
Anime: Visions of Frank: Short Films by Japan's Most Audacious Animators
...then you might like
Visions of Frank: Short Films by Japan's Most Audacious Animators
Anthologies of various short anime made by different people with different animation techniques. Those shorts have unusual feel and not style that you would usually expect from anime.
Anime: Mononoke Dance
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Mononoke Dance
Anime: Cafe de Oni
...then you might like
Cafe de Oni
Animated music videos for song by Denki Groove. Both involve monsters/demons in a silly, comedical way and aren't serious in general. Both have similar music (obviously) and feel.
Anime: Sweat Punch
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Sweat Punch
Anime: Visions of Frank: Short Films by Japan's Most Audacious Animators
...then you might like
Visions of Frank: Short Films by Japan's Most Audacious Animators
Both OVAs are anthologies of short stories made with various animation styles and techniques.
Anime: Mononoke Dance
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Mononoke Dance
Anime: Revenge of Green Mutant
...then you might like
Revenge of Green Mutant
Silly (in a good way) music videos about mixing of human society and monsters with interesting monster designs and even some plot twist.
Anime: Fushigi Yuugi
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Fushigi Yuugi
Anime: Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari
...then you might like
Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari
Both series are isekai about a prophetic hero being transported to another world via a book found in a library and attempting to overcome a harrowing journey and adversity. Both also have that appeal that pumps you up and makes you want to jump right into the next episode to root for the hero. The only real difference between the 2 is the Fushigi Yugi is more of a Shoujo and Shield Hero more Shounen.
Anime: Shinsekai yori
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Shinsekai yori
Anime: Houseki no Kuni
...then you might like
Houseki no Kuni
Both series feature an enthralling and mysterious world where a catastrophic event occurred sometime in the past. Both have settings that are not all as they seem at first glance. Both feature strong protagonists that grow over the course of the story as they work to uncover the mysteries of their world. Both have characters with seemingly superhuman abilities. If you enjoyed one, you will most likely enjoy the other due to the numerous similarities.
Anime: Ichiban Ushiro no Daimaou
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Ichiban Ushiro no Daimaou
Anime: Hataraku Maou-sama!
...then you might like
Hataraku Maou-sama!
Both have demon lords who have lost their power and are struggling to get it back. Both are actually nice in spite of being demon lords and are completely over-powered. Both the demon lords have female tsunderes who try to make sure the demon lord doesn't cause any trouble. Both anime have characters who are dense and hell and build up harems
Anime: Chio-chan no Tsuugakuro
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Chio-chan no Tsuugakuro
Anime: Hinamatsuri
...then you might like
Hinamatsuri
Both have themes about innocent young girls befriending badass gangsters Both have pretty authentic portrayals of Bosozoku gangs, bikes and dress (not as the shows' focus... bbut that shit's still cooler than hell)
Anime: Gegege no Kitarou (1985)
If you liked
Gegege no Kitarou (1985)
Anime: Revenge of Green Mutant
...then you might like
Revenge of Green Mutant
Story about a one-eyed protagonist of supernatural origin, his family and his interraction with humans.
Anime: Code Geass: Hangyaku no Lelouch
If you liked
Code Geass: Hangyaku no Lelouch
Anime: Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann
...then you might like
Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann
They both have have themes of rebellion & oppression. They have very intelligent and talented main cast of characters. They both have amazing art styles with outstanding character design. They are also both Action Mecha anime. The characters are both likeable and relatable. They both have top tier OST's and are both considered classics.
Anime: Dragon Ball
If you liked
Dragon Ball
Anime: Hunter x Hunter (2011)
...then you might like
Hunter x Hunter (2011)
Both follow an innocent young boy with black spiky hair on a grand adventure. He makes many interesting friends along the way, the characters we meet are destined for greatness and go on to defeat many powerful enemies who later stand in their way. They both have great humour, art styles & characters. They are both also Shonen's and considered classics.
Anime: Hunter x Hunter (2011)
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Hunter x Hunter (2011)
Anime: Dragon Ball Super
...then you might like
Dragon Ball Super
Similar in style to the Dragon Ball franchise - Starts as a lighthearted anime with a young boy on a journey. Leads to more serious themes, darker tones, and some big scale fight scenes.
Anime: Yuu☆Yuu☆Hakusho
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Yuu☆Yuu☆Hakusho
Anime: Hunter x Hunter (2011)
...then you might like
Hunter x Hunter (2011)
These are both based on manga by the same creator. They share similar art styles, both have amazing stories, characters, character designs, humour, animation & world building. They are both also considered classics.
Anime: The Third: Aoi Hitomi no Shoujo
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The Third: Aoi Hitomi no Shoujo
Anime: Eden's Bowy
...then you might like
Eden's Bowy
Eden's Boy and The Third both tell sci-fi adventure stories from multiple perspectives, involve powerful organizations and have comedy and drama interwoven into the narrative. Also, both are unconventional in their own way. A fan of The Third would appreciate the similarities between the two, but also might enjoy the more haphazard nature of Eden's Boy.
Anime: Tenjou Tenge
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Tenjou Tenge
Anime: Grappler Baki
...then you might like
Grappler Baki
These are both martial arts shonen anime. They both follow the top level of martial artists that far surpasses your average professional fighters, the strongest in the world. They both have good animation, great art styles and character designs.
Anime: Tenjou Tenge: The Ultimate Fight
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Tenjou Tenge: The Ultimate Fight
Anime: Grappler Baki
...then you might like
Grappler Baki
They are both OVA's of popular martial arts shonen anime. They both have great art styles, animation & character designs.
Anime: Street Fighter II Movie
If you liked
Street Fighter II Movie
Anime: Grappler Baki
...then you might like
Grappler Baki
This OVA and movie remind me of one another. They are both action & martial arts shonen anime. They have similar art styles and both have good animation, story & characters. If you liked one, give the other a shot.
Anime: Grappler Baki (TV)
If you liked
Grappler Baki (TV)
Anime: Yuu☆Yuu☆Hakusho
...then you might like
Yuu☆Yuu☆Hakusho
They both follow young tough protagonists who are renown for their fighting skill. Both shows have great art styles and good animation. The characters and character designs are good across the board. They are both shonen, martial arts & action shows.
Anime: Koufuku Graffiti
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Koufuku Graffiti
Anime: Hinako Note
...then you might like
Hinako Note
you might be wondering why i wrote this. many people think that "Koufuku graffiti" is similar to another cooking anime like "Shokugeki no Souma", but i think about it differently."Koufuku Graffiti" and "Hinako Note" have moe element as a base but mixed with eroi component on it. both of them have a sweet and gentle voiced main character, relaxing atmosphere and a cute chibi anime girl dancing on the ending (and brainwashing song)
Anime: Hanasakeru Seishounen
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Hanasakeru Seishounen
Anime: Kaichou wa Maid-sama!
...then you might like
Kaichou wa Maid-sama!
It reminds me of it. (I know I know crappy recommendation) There are bishies, there is reverse harem, a great plot and ROMANCE. I love it, and I know you will too. Actually though, this anime just pulled me in. (less comedy though) but bishies, really pretty ones. Each with an interesting backstory and very good friendships.
Anime: One Piece
If you liked
One Piece
Anime: Uchuu Kaizoku Captain Herlock
...then you might like
Uchuu Kaizoku Captain Herlock
Both have the pirate romance in it's true sense. People pursued by the world government put pirate flags on their ships and sail freely across the seas, be it with water or stars, and try to do what's right. Crew members of both Luffy and Herlock tend to have sad backstories, related to the enemies the crews fight.
Anime: Koutetsujou no Kabaneri
If you liked
Koutetsujou no Kabaneri
Anime: A.I.C.O.: Incarnation
...then you might like
A.I.C.O.: Incarnation
- Both series follow characters on the move towards a destination. - Both series have the characters fighting a supernatural threat/infection that blocks their path (A.I.C.O/Matter and Kabaneri/Kabanes) If you enjoyed one for the type of on the move story then you'll most likely like the other. Highly recommend both series.
Anime: Nisekoi
If you liked
Nisekoi
Anime: Masamune-kun no Revenge
...then you might like
Masamune-kun no Revenge
Both animes consist of having more than one female character who has an interest in the main character and have significant flashbacks and things to do with the past. The main character also has his own multiple love interests.
Anime: Beck
If you liked
Beck
Anime: BanG Dream!
...then you might like
BanG Dream!
-Both shows talks about music and has taken music seriously -Both of the heart of the band Kasumi (poppin party) Koyuki (Beck), started off with nothing but desire to make music. -Both shows also addressed the life and conflicts of each band members
Anime: Infini-T Force
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Infini-T Force
Anime: Ultraman
...then you might like
Ultraman
Superheroes from another world fight against an evil power beyond their grasp. It has all the classic Tatsunoko heroes and is a lot more colorful and creative. The storytelling can get dark at times and the stakes are pretty much as high as in this one. Infini-T Force doesn't show any splatter, gore or blood and is a little more child friendly. Also I like the animation a little better.
Anime: Kaibutsu-kun
If you liked
Kaibutsu-kun
Anime: Gegege no Kitarou (1968)
...then you might like
Gegege no Kitarou (1968)
Old, black and white series from 60's following the adventures of suppernatural being boy in a human world together with his youkai/monster friends/acquaintances.
Anime: Gegege no Kitarou (1968)
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Gegege no Kitarou (1968)
Anime: Revenge of Green Mutant
...then you might like
Revenge of Green Mutant
Story about a one-eyed protagonist of supernatural origin, his family and his interraction with humans.
Anime: Log Horizon
If you liked
Log Horizon
Anime: No Game No Life
...then you might like
No Game No Life
-Both consist of players from real-life getting whisked into a parallel game-world -Both worlds have a set of classes/species with their own abilities
Anime: Log Horizon
If you liked
Log Horizon
Anime: Overlord
...then you might like
Overlord
-Both revolve around players who play a MMORPG suddenly get stranded in the game world with no means of escape -Both protagonists start building up and improving their surroundings as time passes on, all the while looking for a means to escape -Both were fun to watch imo :)
Anime: Born by Myself
If you liked
Born by Myself
Anime: Nami
...then you might like
Nami
Disturbing and weird short movies done with stop-motion animations that have the potential to scar your mind. Both are Dementia, of course.
Anime: Soul Eater
If you liked
Soul Eater
Anime: Mob Psycho 100
...then you might like
Mob Psycho 100
I get similar vibes from both animes: -Unique and different style -Amazing animation -Maybe the soundtrack
Anime: Fuyu no Hi
If you liked
Fuyu no Hi
Anime: Visions of Frank: Short Films by Japan's Most Audacious Animators
...then you might like
Visions of Frank: Short Films by Japan's Most Audacious Animators
Collection of short stories with same central theme. Multiple various artsts contributed to this anthology and each segment has unique animation style, including lot of experimental animation techniques. Both are more pieces of art than an anime.
Anime: Hakaba Kitarou
If you liked
Hakaba Kitarou
Anime: Revenge of Green Mutant
...then you might like
Revenge of Green Mutant
Story about a one-eyed protagonist of supernatural origin, his family and his interraction with humans. Both have more "rough" styled animation and character design.
Anime: Strike the Blood
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Strike the Blood
Anime: Nanatsu no Taizai
...then you might like
Nanatsu no Taizai
Meliodas and Kojou had alive as an immortal life.Meliodas is a demon of the Ten Commandments while Kojou is a pureblood vampire and he is the fourth primogenitor before his human life as high school student end.Meliodas and Kojou had a special releationship with lead heroin Elizabeth and Yukina.Those two anime had a same theme of action,fantasy,supernatural and ecchi. It also had a sad past and they also had their own oraganization. Meliodas organization is The Seven Deadly Sins while Kojou's organization is The Lion King Organization when he already had a teamwork with Yukina.
Anime: High School DxD
If you liked
High School DxD
Anime: Trinity Seven
...then you might like
Trinity Seven
Both the shows have similar settings with different twist of characters. Both are Harem, Shounen based shows, so you might like both of them. Peace! :D
Anime: Ano Hi Mita Hana no Namae wo Bokutachi wa Mada Shiranai.
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Ano Hi Mita Hana no Namae wo Bokutachi wa Mada Shiranai.
Anime: Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso
...then you might like
Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso
Both the animes are brilliantly executed. I literally cried at the end of both show. But I was more than satisfied with everything shows had to offer. I had a great time watching them. Highly Recommended to every anime lover.
Anime: Danshi Koukousei no Nichijou
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Danshi Koukousei no Nichijou
Anime: Grand Blue
...then you might like
Grand Blue
Comedy in both the series is great. I had a blast watching both of them. While Grand Blue has a proper story, High School Boy's Daily Lives has mini stories with followups. You will laugh alot while watching. So, just watch em and decie for yourself. :D
Anime: Hamatora The Animation
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Hamatora The Animation
Anime: Bungou Stray Dogs
...then you might like
Bungou Stray Dogs
As soon as I started watching Bungou Stray Dogs I immediately thought about Hamatora. Both series have people that have extraordinary abilities that require some sort of activation. For example, in Bungou Stray Dogs, Dazai-kun must touch the person whose ability he wishes to nullify and in Hamatora, Nice must be wearing headphones to activate his ability. I do feel however that the tones of both series veer off in different directions. They both start off pretty light-hearted and comedic, but Hamatora drifts off into a more tense plot-line while Bungou Stray Dogs stays more on the comedic route.
Anime: Neon Genesis Evangelion
If you liked
Neon Genesis Evangelion
Anime: Houseki no Kuni
...then you might like
Houseki no Kuni
Cryptic pseudo-symbolism, a worthless main character, and a thick air of mystery that tells you something's not quite right
Anime: Death Note
If you liked
Death Note
Anime: Durarara!!
...then you might like
Durarara!!
It really isn't a lot like Durarara, though it does have supernatural aspects in it and involves quite a bit of crime related stuff. If you're even the least bit an anime fan, then you have to watch Death Note. It's one of those classics that kind of hooks you in and doesn't quite let you go until around the end of the anime, and will most likely have you up all night.
Anime: Koi Kaze
If you liked
Koi Kaze
Anime: Yagate Kimi ni Naru
...then you might like
Yagate Kimi ni Naru
Both deal with "forbidden" love on the surface but are much more than than that. Both are deep and intricate psychological studies about realistically portrayed people on a journey of self discovery through the "lens" of the affections they have with each other. Both are very subtle introspective shows with strong direction. Both share the same slightly muted color palette.
Anime: Violet Evergarden
If you liked
Violet Evergarden
Anime: Hinamatsuri
...then you might like
Hinamatsuri
-Both the MCs were forced to fight enemies as a child -Moved to a life where they aren't forced to kill anyone -Has someone that looks after them
Anime: Boogiepop wa Warawanai
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Boogiepop wa Warawanai
Anime: Bakemonogatari
...then you might like
Bakemonogatari
Supernatural occurences starts happening in the city, and various characters are getting dragged in, the characters of those characters being gradually revealed, perhaps thanks to involvement of this supernatural element. The stories of those characters becomes intertwined, in part thanks to a main character that acts in attempt to solve the supernatural problems. The story is told non-chronologically.
Anime: Backkom
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Backkom
Anime: Pingu in the City
...then you might like
Pingu in the City
Tv series with animal protagonists that behave like humans. Made for kids, these two series have no actual dialogue, have short episodes and are comedies. Both Pingu and My Friend Bernard are franchises that are quite popular in Western part of the world and lot of people wouldn't exactly connect them with anime. Also, both have 3D computer generated animation.
Anime: Sanzoku no Musume Ronja
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Sanzoku no Musume Ronja
Anime: Pingu in the City
...then you might like
Pingu in the City
Remakes of older stories for children of non-japanese origin that were particulary popular with kids in Western world (Ronja/Pingu). These new reimaginations both employ full 3D CGI animation made with which Polygon Pictures studio was involved. In both the protagonist explores the world around them and interract with those around them (mainly adults).
Anime: Rosario to Vampire
If you liked
Rosario to Vampire
Anime: Kizumonogatari I: Tekketsu-hen
...then you might like
Kizumonogatari I: Tekketsu-hen
Protagonist meets a cute (and as shown later, really strong) vampire girl and gets dragged into a world of supernatural apparations.
Anime: Revenge of Green Mutant
If you liked
Revenge of Green Mutant
Anime: Gegege no Kitarou (2018)
...then you might like
Gegege no Kitarou (2018)
Story about a one-eyed protagonist of supernatural origin, his family and his interraction with humans.
Anime: Kizumonogatari I: Tekketsu-hen
If you liked
Kizumonogatari I: Tekketsu-hen
Anime: Devilman: Crybaby
...then you might like
Devilman: Crybaby
In both, the protagonist is changed into a half human-half monster (vampire/demon) against his will forced by the circumstances and because they wanted to help someone. Both are adaptations that remake some aspects of the source material while still staying faithful to the spirit of the original. They also have highly stylized animation, one with animation style typical for director Yuasa and one with animation style typical for studio Shaft. Both stories employ plot twists.
Anime: Kizumonogatari I: Tekketsu-hen
If you liked
Kizumonogatari I: Tekketsu-hen
Anime: Forsaken
...then you might like
Forsaken
Handsome, black-haired protagonist has his blood taken by a beautiful blonde female vampire so she can survive. Follows the relationship between those two.
Anime: Forsaken
If you liked
Forsaken
Anime: Answer
...then you might like
Answer
Animated music videos about vampires about vempires and their company, employing less usual artsy artstyle and catchy tune.
Anime: Good Morning
If you liked
Good Morning
Anime: Forsaken
...then you might like
Forsaken
Music video made by Japanese studio for a popular western artist, both featuring stylized animation and art design.
Anime: Forsaken
If you liked
Forsaken
Anime: Diabolik Lovers
...then you might like
Diabolik Lovers
Relationship between a human and a vampire that some might mistake for a romantic one but instead the human is just used as a livestock and kept for blood.
Anime: Forsaken
If you liked
Forsaken
Anime: I Like It
...then you might like
I Like It
Though different in music genres, both are music videos made by japanese studio/director and commisioned by famous western artist. Both also use unusual animation techniques/art design.
Anime: Gegege no Kitarou (1971)
If you liked
Gegege no Kitarou (1971)
Anime: Revenge of Green Mutant
...then you might like
Revenge of Green Mutant
Anime about a one-eyed protagonist of supernatural origin, his family and his interraction with humans.
Anime: High School DxD
If you liked
High School DxD
Anime: Aishen Qiaokeli-ing...
...then you might like
Aishen Qiaokeli-ing...
-The main character are getting sorrounded by girl that love him on every different way -MC have a superpower -Fantasy thing happening
Anime: Nichijou
If you liked
Nichijou
Anime: Hitoribocchi no Marumaru Seikatsu
...then you might like
Hitoribocchi no Marumaru Seikatsu
If Nichijou were a little less fantastical(absurd) and had a main character with anxiety. The comedy plays out in a similar way; comedic over the top situations occur in ordinary everyday events, but the source of the comedy (for the most part) stems from Bocchis anxiety. Comedy aside, Hitoribocchi also has a similar feel good quality that Nichijou has.
Anime: Elfen Lied
If you liked
Elfen Lied
Anime: School Days
...then you might like
School Days
Revolving around highly unconventional romances & relationships, both anime get cruelly dark and are full of characters (including some from the main cast) you're likely to outright hate. Both also have dated low-budget animation (though sometimes Elfen Lied looks good). Stay away if you're faint of heart, but if you can enjoy watching things get progressively worse for everyone involved then you're in for a ride. Also, DON'T expect similar levels of violence. Elfen Lied gets bloodier than most TV anime ever do mere moments into the first episode, while School Days has next to no violence until the last episode (and even then it's considerably less than even just the first five minutes of Elfen Lied). Still, it only goes to show how easily triggered some sorts get and is a big part of why these two anime are often shunned these days.
Anime: Koi to Senkyo to Chocolate
If you liked
Koi to Senkyo to Chocolate
Anime: GJ-bu
...then you might like
GJ-bu
Firstly, the uniforms are pretty much the same so that's 50% similarity right there. Both anime feature school clubs that don't really have a clear purpose. GJ-bu is basically Koi to Senkyo to Chocolate without any of the drama. Just a bunch of people chilling out.
Anime: Texhnolyze
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Texhnolyze
Anime: Ergo Proxy
...then you might like
Ergo Proxy
Ergo Proxy and Texhnolyze tke both place in a somewhat cyberpunk dystopian setting. The storyline for both anime are somewhat dark, weird and complicated. The difference between them is that Texhnolyzehas a more darker tone to it and is also a bit harder to understand.
Anime: Dragon Ball Z
If you liked
Dragon Ball Z
Anime: Kosuke-sama Rikimaru-sama: Konpeitou no Ryuu
...then you might like
Kosuke-sama Rikimaru-sama: Konpeitou no Ryuu
Kosuke-sama features similar character design unsurprisingly as they're both done by Toriyama. Fans of Tori's unique style will enjoy this short movie which is very reminiscent of early dragon ball with similar characters to Goku, Kennosuke, General Black & Icarus.
Anime: Air Gear
If you liked
Air Gear
Anime: Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann
...then you might like
Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann
They both have great OST's, art styles, characters & character designs. Kamina and Ikki both share that never give up tough guy grit they use to get through unfavourable situations. There's even similarities between Yoko & Ringo. They're both about our heroes fighting against fate and an enemy they still don't fully know or understand.
Anime: Dragon Ball
If you liked
Dragon Ball
Anime: Air Gear
...then you might like
Air Gear
These are similar in that they both have over powered characters with over-the-top battles. They both have amazing OST's with great characters and character designs. Both shows also have great senses of humour and art styles. They are both shonen battle anime whose protagonists have black spiky hair.
Anime: Rosario to Vampire
If you liked
Rosario to Vampire
Anime: Vampire Knight
...then you might like
Vampire Knight
Both shows have vampires & romance. They both have great character designs, a good sense of humour and a nice art style. Both shows have characters who are openly vampires from the start and characters who might not turn out as they at first seem.
Anime: Tenjou Tenge
If you liked
Tenjou Tenge
Anime: Grappler Baki (TV)
...then you might like
Grappler Baki (TV)
These are both martial arts shonen anime. They both follow the top level of martial artists that far surpasses your average professional fighters, the strongest in the world. They both have good animation, great art styles and character designs.
Anime: Dragon Ball GT
If you liked
Dragon Ball GT
Anime: Go! Go! Ackman
...then you might like
Go! Go! Ackman
If you're a fan of Dragon Ball (DB/DBZ/GT/Super) or Akira Toriyama check out this OVA based off a tori one shot, Go! Go! Ackman. It's in his iconic art style and features the same great character designs and humour.
Anime: Gin no Saji 2nd Season
If you liked
Gin no Saji 2nd Season
Anime: Yuru Camp△
...then you might like
Yuru Camp△
It has some kind of similar heartwarming vibe and both of this anime related to enjoying food and nature. so i think if you enjoy yuru camp, you certainly would enjoy this show. btw, sorry for my bad English, it's my first time making recommendations.
Anime: Gin no Saji
If you liked
Gin no Saji
Anime: Yuru Camp△
...then you might like
Yuru Camp△
It has some kind of similar heartwarming vibe and both of this anime related to enjoying food and nature. so i think if you enjoy yuru camp, you certainly would enjoy this show. btw, sorry for my bad English, it's my first time making recommendations.
Anime: Dragon Ball
If you liked
Dragon Ball
Anime: Go! Go! Ackman
...then you might like
Go! Go! Ackman
If you're a fan of Dragon Ball or Akira Toriyama check out this OVA based off a tori one shot, Go! Go! Ackman. It's in his iconic art style and features the same great character designs and humour.
Anime: Digimon Adventure
If you liked
Digimon Adventure
Anime: Jikuu Tantei Genshi-kun
...then you might like
Jikuu Tantei Genshi-kun
Both shows feature young protagonists and target the shame demographic. They both have monster partners that they battle with. Both shows have great art styles and character designs.
Anime: Kosuke-sama Rikimaru-sama: Konpeitou no Ryuu
If you liked
Kosuke-sama Rikimaru-sama: Konpeitou no Ryuu
Anime: Go! Go! Ackman
...then you might like
Go! Go! Ackman
These are both early work of Akira Toriyama, Ackman is based of a one shot of his and Kosuke features his iconic character design. Fans of Tori's unique style looking for more content by this classic creator will find enjoyment of both of these anime.
Anime: Claymore
If you liked
Claymore
Anime: Kimetsu no Yaiba
...then you might like
Kimetsu no Yaiba
Both have human turned monsters, and they eat humans. Both have have organization specialize in killing them Both main chars' family/loved one are killed by monsters, thus making them to join the organization Both main characters travel around wherever the missions lead them
Anime: Fullmetal Alchemist
If you liked
Fullmetal Alchemist
Anime: Karakuri Circus
...then you might like
Karakuri Circus
Automata are very similar to Homunculus in that they're non-human artificial beings. In that sense I guess Shirogane's are similar to Alchemists too. Both are also shonen with super powered battles. Both have great art styles and character designs.
Anime: Cheburashka
If you liked
Cheburashka
Anime: Rilakkuma to Kaoru-san
...then you might like
Rilakkuma to Kaoru-san
An old claymation Russian cartoon that got dubbed into Japanese. Cheburashka is a little guy who winds up on some man's door step in a box of oranges and then he becomes friends with a crocodile. A little weirder/darker than RtK, but that's because it's a series of Soviet-era cartoons and you can see the decline of the Soviet Union in them. Still oddly sweet in it's own way, you'll like it if you like the animation style and the meandering, slice-of-life plotlines.
Anime: Sukitte Ii na yo.
If you liked
Sukitte Ii na yo.
Anime: Kuzu no Honkai
...then you might like
Kuzu no Honkai
Just like in Sukitte Ii na yo, Kuzu no Honkai also focuses on teenage romantic and sexual feelings along with being very dramatic as well. Each character in both series has their own story to tell and hardships that shape them into who they are and why they do the things they do. If you want something like Sukitte Ii na yo but with a darker atmosphere, then I highly recommend Kuzu no Honkai!
Anime: Lucky☆Star
If you liked
Lucky☆Star
Anime: Love Lab
...then you might like
Love Lab
- Female MC - All female cast - Take place in high school - The story focus on their daily lives - Similar Humor
Anime: Kekkai Sensen & Beyond
If you liked
Kekkai Sensen & Beyond
Anime: Princess Principal
...then you might like
Princess Principal
Both have: -Fantastic chase and action sequences that leave you on the edge of your seat -Amazing OSTs that play in prominent situations -A crew in an organization with different strengths to put on the table -Episodic/ No linear storytelling (Take that as you will) -A satisfying feeling to binge watch on a lazy day
Anime: Digimon Adventure
If you liked
Digimon Adventure
Anime: Yu☆Gi☆Oh! 5D's
...then you might like
Yu☆Gi☆Oh! 5D's
They are both children's shows that feature young protagonists whom control monsters to battle/duel. They both have many great monster designs and character designs. The art for both shows is great and they both target the same demographic. If you watched one when you were younger you may well have already seen the other but if not, you'd definitely enjoy it.
Anime: To Be Hero
If you liked
To Be Hero
Anime: Yin Yang Shi: Ping An Wu Yu
...then you might like
Yin Yang Shi: Ping An Wu Yu
These are both short comedy series that were originally of Chinese origin. They take little time investment and so are very easy to get into and have great senses of humour. They also both have great character designs.
Anime: Nana
If you liked
Nana
Anime: Carole & Tuesday
...then you might like
Carole & Tuesday
Nana and Carole & Tusday both have two similar main themes, female friendship and a love for music. Both start of with two girls meeting by chance and ending up living together in apartment, both shows have strong musical ties and people trying to make it big, and strange enough both shows use the two main characters names in their titles. The shows seem to focus both strongly on character development. They have nice character designs and kick ass music, though I'd have to note C & T's main characters are much younger so this may effect their choice, desires and the whole shows attitude towards more adult content.
Anime: One Punch Man
If you liked
One Punch Man
Anime: To Be Hero
...then you might like
To Be Hero
Both shows focus on "heroes", they are both light hearted comedies that don't take themselves seriously. Both shows have great sense humour, To Be Hero being slight more crass. They both have good animation, great character designs & amazing OST's.
Anime: One Punch Man
If you liked
One Punch Man
Anime: Saiki Kusuo no Ψ-nan
...then you might like
Saiki Kusuo no Ψ-nan
These are both light hearted comedic shows with similar senses of humour, neither show takes itself too seriously. Both MC's are ridiculously over powered, and decide to focus on the downsides of having such power.
Anime: Onigiri
If you liked
Onigiri
Anime: Dragon Ball Heroes
...then you might like
Dragon Ball Heroes
These are both short series promoting their respective games. They both take little time investment and are great fan service for people who play the games. They are both also worth giving a shot if you've heard of either game as it may give you the push you need to finally try it if you enjoy the series.
Anime: Naruto
If you liked
Naruto
Anime: Boku no Hero Academia
...then you might like
Boku no Hero Academia
These both are underdog tales of sorts, MC's who were losers and struggled in the past but gave it their all and became the strongest of their time. They both have super powered characters and battles. They are both JUMP series and shonen battle anime.
Anime: One Punch Man
If you liked
One Punch Man
Anime: Boku no Hero Academia
...then you might like
Boku no Hero Academia
These are both "hero" anime where much of the world building is the same. They both have super powered heroes and villains at odds with each other. Both shows have great art styles, character designs and humour. They both document the strongest hero, although in My Hero (unless you wanna shift focus to All Might, the strongest hero of his day) it's a origin story of how Midoriya became the number 1 hero.
Anime: Dragon Ball Z
If you liked
Dragon Ball Z
Anime: One Punch Man
...then you might like
One Punch Man
OPM simultaneously mocks and pays homage to many shonen tropes, most of which can be traced back to DBZ as it can be argued dbz influenced the entire genre to such a degree that every series that came after was in some way influenced by it. If you enjoy these kinds of shows you're more likely to enjoy the comedy show OPM as you will get most of the jokes and references while it retains a lot of what appeals to people that like these types of shows. DB/DBZ/Super is no slouch when it comes to humour either.
Anime: Dragon Ball Z
If you liked
Dragon Ball Z
Anime: Air Gear
...then you might like
Air Gear
These are similar in that they both have over powered characters with over-the-top battles. They both have amazing OST's with great characters and character designs. Both shows also have great senses of humour and art styles. They are both shonen battle anime whose protagonists have black spiky hair.
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