Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai!, Inou-Battle wa Nichijou-kei no Naka de Recommendations

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Both shows deal with characters who like to stage supernatural fights. Both shows take place in a high school club that consists of one guy and several girls. The big differences are that in Chuunibyou the superpowers are all imaginary while in Inou Battle they are real, and that the lead male in Inou Battle is the delusional one while in Chuunibyou the lead female is the center of delusions.
report Recommended by GridironOtaku
Enjoyable chuunibyou moments and people's reactions. Inoubato is not as serious as Chuunikoi, but it has likable characters and a bit of romance. Inoubato also has a bigger backstory and actually contains magic stuff, but it never gets too epic or grand scaled - both series have their feet on the ground for the most part.
report Recommended by Forever-a-mole
A group of friends made of four girls and a guy. In both shows the characters deal with chuuni problems, the difference is in Chuunibyou the powers and battles are just imaginary while in Inou-Battle, everything is real.
report Recommended by mirana
Both shows are telling a story about Chuunibyou. There's romance, too, in both shows. The one who have 8 grade syndrome in Chuunibyou Demo Koi ga Shitai is the heroines, while in Inou-Battle it was the MC.
report Recommended by toumei_
In both anime characters are lost in their delusional world.
they imagine that they have some kind of incredible powers making them the main protagonists of their own imaginary world.
report Recommended by Covetousness
Both Series have this MC who has the "Chuunibyou" or "Eight Grade Syndrome" which affects their daily lives, but also funny at the same time. But in Inou-Battle the MC's powers are REAL, while in Chuunibyou demo koi the powers of the MC are only imaginations from the disease. Both are SUPER funny though. With a touch of romance and the action on top.

So i really recommend to watch these two if these kind of anime's suits your taste :)
report Recommended by Da_Harem_King
Both of them have a ,main chuunibyou character, romantic-comedy story, and a male protagonist character are surrounded by many girl
report Recommended by Wildan_ns
The story is pretty similar being about them being able to use supernatural powers though in one of them they use their imagination and in the other it's real. Atleast one of the characters from both anime have Chuunibyou.
report Recommended by -Alians-
Eight grade syndrome (or chuunibyou) is a stage in some teenagers when they think they are "special" in different ways, these series show us protagonists raving about their supernatural powers, we can appreciate some fun battles and romance, the difference between them is that in Chuunibyou powers are imaginary, in Inou Battle are real ~
report Recommended by pink_pineapple_
Both of these series are comical and deal with one of the main characters having chuunibyou syndrome while having supernatural battles. However, in Inou-Battle, the fights literally do take place as they are real, while in Chunnibyou, they are imaginary. Both of these programs take place in a small club within their high school and it is just one male member with several other females around him.
report Recommended by JohnYossarian
-Both anime has a character that have a eighth grader syndrome . On Chunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai! , the one that have this type of syndrome is most of the main protoganists . While on Inou-Battle wa Nichijou-kei no Naka de , only one person and that is Jurai Ando . Both anime also tends to make us laugh out loud .
-Inou-Battle wa Nichijou-kei no Naka de is a harem which the main protoganist is surrounded by girls . Chuunibyou on the other hand , does have lots of girl but not enough to say its a harem .
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report Recommended by ToshibaKenichi
Chuunibyou and Inou-Battle, both have a protagonist with the eighth-grade syndrome, which makes him fantasize about superpowers. A group is formed where everyone has something in relation, in Chuunibyou all are related to this syndrome and in Inou-Battle they all have superpowers. When passing the chapters we see that the protagonists are forming a bond, and they are accepting each other, accepting and improving their weaknesses little by little.
report Recommended by OtakuNote87
They both talk about chuunibyou but on inou-battle the romance is replaced with actual powers (even though there's still subtle romance).
report Recommended by sillaxpower
Both shows deal with high school students in a club. The main male lead in both have very similar personalities, especially considering the fact that both of them have chuunibyou. Some of the female leads in both shows also have or had chuunibyou, although Tomoyo is over it while Rikka not so much (although it is a little complicated for Rikka... you'll see if you watch the show). Furthermore, both shows hint at a romantic theme, with the main difference being that Inou-Battle has multiple people liking the male lead (i.e. harem) and Chuunibyou is more focused around one person liking the male lead. Would   read more
report Recommended by -Remix-
The main characters have the same chuunibyou syndrome. These two anime tells the story of the supernatural club consisting of many women and one man is the main character. Romantic story is almost similar and many conflicts. Anyway both anime is very exciting.
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