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Both are from the same studio (Kyoto Animation). The male protagonist is similar on both series: they want to have a normal high school life until they meet the female protagonist (that is a bit strange). She may change the protagonist personality.
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-Both male protagonists have to take care of a peculiarly eccentric girl
-Both animes are school life that have a balance of comedy/romance/drama
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Both are centered around a high school male protagonist getting his normal life disturbed by a girl (the female protagonist) with odd intentions and an lively personality. Whilst still limited in the high school slice-of-life setting, the male protagonist's life goes into a different direction than what they'd consider "peaceful" or "normal". Similar art giving similar atmosphere and tone, and has light-hearted comedy, as expected from kyoto animation.
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Both involve high school life as well as a male main character that has a female main that follows him around, for reasons that shift from beginning to end.

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This anime is perfect for those who love shoujos. If you like that more syrupy , do not watch. It is ideal for anyone who is in eighth grade or in high school, as the story takes place during this phase. There are parts/scenes in which the emotion he brings us is so strong that we can lose hours before bedtime. At first it is the story of a boy (Yuuta), which once believed to be "Master of Flames Black" and now, in high school, try to hide it (changing to school). He is very funny. The chart is exciting and the story of the   read more
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Slice of life romances; Chuunibyou has a bit more fun and fantasy, but it's arguably just as moe.
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When talking about plain similarities, these both show good vibes of slice of life and school. They each centralize around a small group of characters. They both have a very light feel to them and have this enjoyment factor built-in.
Hyouka has slightly less romance and is more centralized on mystery.
The heroines, in the case for Hyouka, which is Chitanda, have a very bubbly behavior and gets all up in the MCs face for whatever reason it may be, whether pleasant or obnoxious. They leave a very happy feel after watching them. Nothing heart-wrenching, just sweet bliss.
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1. The main character practically looks the same, they are like twins in alternate universes but one is more socially awkward than the other.
2. Both contain a really cute and bubbly girl that has beautiful eyes, and makes the main male character more excited about life.
3. The main character secretly likes the main girl but feels slightly tortured under her brightness or liveliness.
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