similar concept about various phenomena linked to puberty syndrome, with great character development and romance. Both are recommended romcom anime.
Quite a similar premise, with both sharing similar supernatural elements, romance, etc.
Both are also very well done, especially when considering how a lot of shows fuck this kind of thing up
- In both anime, the MC deals with the social and psychological problems of the characters.
- The execution of supernatural elements is almost the same but there is a difference in the personality of the characters. Characters are more cool and fun in Bunny Girl while more sentimental in Kokoro Connect.
- The communication between characters is a lot better in Bunny Girl while Kokoro Connect excels in pure comedy part.
- Rom-Com parts are in every episode of Bunny Girl while Kokoro Connects also take it towards drama which makes Bunny Girl light and purely fun.
- Bunny Girl anime takes the path of causing supernatural elements
Romance series with kind of the same atmosphere, with supernatural elements with the same kind of mystery feeling. It also gave me some Haruhi Suzumiya vibes since the main protagonist of Seishun Buta Yarou wa Bunny Girl Senpai no Yume wo Minai? has a bunny girl and there's an episode where a mini endless eights occurs.
In both anime, the main characters helping other people's without thinking about themselves. .
- both have vague psuedo science to explain whats happening
- science fiction, eg switching bodies
- both don't fully expand or develop the sci-fi element
- both include similar perverted situations
- both have this kinda passive love relationships
- laidback characters and story
If you enjoy the plot of Bunny Girl Senpai, you may also enjoy the plot of Kokoro Connect. There are similarities especially in the "Adolescence Syndrome", and the plotline of Kokoro Connect. In addition, the genres are similar, as they both take place at school, and there's romance involved.
They both talk about things that happen during puberty and go to a kind of weird phenomena type explanation about things and tie it back to how it is in reality.
Both involve a really nice character development as well as combining both super natural and slice of life aspect.
Teenagers, love story, supernatural but less focused on the supernatural part and more on the drama/relationships. Overall tone is pretty similar, melancholy accompanied by a down to earth sense of comedy and cute girls.
Both series explores the complexities of romantic relationships, friendships, and adolescence through supernatural phenomena. Whilst the supernatural phenomena are completely different and the plot differs, the concept is strikingly similar. Both main characters develop their relationships with those around them as a consequence of trying to solve the supernatural phenomena. A very strong recommendation for Kokoro Connect fans out there.
Group of fiends have semi-magical experiences in a highschool romance setting.
questioning concepts like identity and interaction with society like the last episodes of kokoro connect with Inoe
Both are high school anime focusing on a main character who has the desire to help those around him, especially his closest friends. For every arc is a new supernatural event that occurs due to a problem that one or more of the characters is experiencing, yet has been hiding from the others. With this supernatural event the character or characters involved cannot hide themselves for very long, otherwise they'd suffer very terrible consequences that could harm not only themselves but those around him/her.
Both deal with students experiencing supernatural events, affecting one or more at a time. Elements of romance and coming of age thrown in the mix as well as good written jokes/comedic relief that doesn't feel forced or out of place, especially in Bunny Girl Senpai
Since the genres of these works are almost identical, there is little surprise in this recommendation.
- Both take place in a school reality in which the characters involved, mostly, present personal dramas that are solved with the progression of the narrative.
- As if this were not enough, these internal problems, in general, represent important parallels with the common problems in adolescence and puberty. Kokoro Connect, for example, addresses personality and identity crises, troubled family relationships, correspondence and past or current relationships. Bunny-Girl, on the other hand, presents more specific themes and social criticisms, such as deep-rooted bullying, family pressure and comparison between sisters, the compulsive
Hey Kokoro Connect was not enough? Huh not even after the Michi Random?
Ok maybe Seishun Buta Yarou wa Bunny Girl Senpai no Yume wo Minai will be able to fill the gap. It too has some weird syndromes (here known as Puberty Syndrome) and a equally (or maybe even better) beautiful story. Give this a try!
Both shows revolve around a group of teenagers experiencing supernatural events that inconvenience them and result in drama between them.
Both revolve around a group of highschoolers experiencing unnatural events, which only they are aware of, disrupting their everyday-life, leading them to face their fears, troubles, and trying to resolve their issues.
Both are strongly tied to supernatural events that are, for the most part, out of the control of the characters. While Seishun Buta Yarou has better character development and plot elements, I found myself feeling the same way I did watching it as I did with Kokoro Connect. Just an FYI, if you watch Kokoro Connect on CR or VRV the series does not end on 13. Episodes 14-17 are considered OVA's and are separated under Kokoro Connect OAS.
Both are supernatural romcoms with an MC who is not dense. Also, the dialogue feels pretty similar.
teenagers with powers with no explication and in some way it has relation with their mental problems and they fix it fixing their mental problems. Is fun, but if we talk about narrative, it has just a horrible one, but still watchable.
Both of them have Supernatural aspects in it. Both of them are similar in story but not the same. Like instead of Supernatural, being a sendrome or something close to that its a living creature. Both of them takes place in a school (at least starts from school).
Its kind of similar w.r.t the fact that supernatural things happen to the MC's in both the series. Only major difference between the two are the group sizes.
Both title set almost the same purpose and value. And both uses supernatural phenomenon to explain the value of the story. It almost looks like Bunny Girl senpai was ïnspired "from Kokoro connect.
Both shows are very similar, as they both involve a form of adolescence syndrome (which causes supernatural events to happen to a group of teenagers) and a lot of drama, with a bit of romance on the side.
Both animes are of the drama and romance genre. In both animes, characters go through strange phenomena. They both make you go on a roller coaster filled with all types of different emotions, sadness, happiness, etc.
Friends, Romance, Magical thingy, and School stuff
- They both have their own personal phenomenon's which are pretty interesting no cap
- All the characters are likeable in the show
- The romance in both shows are pretty good
- Uhhhhh yeah they both are good, I would recommend the other if you watched the other
But if you like that supernatural kind of stuff then yeah these two shows are best for you... also putting a little romance as well makes the show soo interesting fr fr
A group of students facing a couple strange phenomenons and through their efforts of trying to understand why these strange things are happening.. it's inevitable that they all became best friends with an unbreakable bond.