Bokura wa Minna Kawai-sou, Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun Recommendations
Both series are about moving into a new environment. The main protagonist from both series becomes acquainted with another character whom they have a crush on but struggles to tell their true feelings. On the other hand, that very person has a very dense personality who is hard to get close to. Nonetheless, the development attachment of both series' main character is evident as they spent more time together. There is also a decent amount of humor and diverse cast of characters of various personalities. Recommended for fans interested in slice of life comedy.
The first thing I noticed when watching Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun is that it reminded me of something. First I wasn't sure what is was but I found out soon after.
It was Bokura wa Minna Kawaisou!
First of all: The setting. Both animes are set in a regular school - slice of life setting and are dealing with the single-sided love between the two main characters and have a focus on the genres comedy and little bit of romance.
Another thing these shows share is that in both animes the main character somehow tries to get closer to her/his crush by spending time with him/her.
But the most
-Both have a great cast of characters, touches of romance, & plenty of humor.
-Bokura wa Minna Kawaisou is a lot pervier (it's just suggestive in a really funny but not gross way) and it also paces the series out well enough to weigh the slice of life, romance, & character development equally.
So if you're looking for a romcom that's ecchi but really cute too, I recommend Bokura wa Minna Kawaisou!
-As for Gekkan Shoujo it's a great anime to unwind--they focus on humorous adventures at school & approach romance too, but don't have an intense focus on it. You learn to know and love all
Well both are very light romance, but they are reversed in the leading role
both are funny
both on same level of enjoyable and have the same aura