Clannad, Myself; Yourself Recommendations
These two romance series presents to the viewer likable characters and cute moments. Both are currently airing in the 2007 fall season and have male leads who look similar to one another.
At first, it looks like a school slice of life with a bit of romance and harem, but in the end it ends up beind SO much more than that. Both reach a certain depth in predestined relationships, even if the show doesn't focus on it.
well, the biggest similarity between that TV series is that both of them are treating about *school times*, so you know - in general school, friends, boyfriends&girlfriends, first love, family, intrests etc.
but in my opinion 'Myself;Yourself' has a more mature attitude to these issues and shows the life of teenagers which is not always as colorful as somebody might think.That anime have a deep insight into serious youth's problems, such as difficult past or family conflicts, which are sometimes downgraded by other productions. The plot stays in your mind and makes you think. moreover, it's well-done and watching is a great pleasure!
Slice of life, Romance mixed with side stories for each individual characters. Both animes are tear tearjerkers and very sweet dramas, Myself, Yourself has a much happier ending though.
Both are Harem style anime dealing with love, drama, comedy and friendship between teens but have their own unique tastes which make them good. Both animes have their share of tender and sad romantic moments.
really dramatic romance anime stories.. myself yourself is really slice of life genre meanwhile clannad's supernatural but it's slice of life too...
Looking for more touching anime drama? Myself Yourself and Clannad is a great one if you want a story that pulls you in!
Myself; Yourself and Clannad are both school romances with drama.
Both of these animes are really fun to watch and aired in the Fall of 2007.
Myself; Yourself is a bit more dramatic and darker than Clannad. Clannad is more on the supernatural side of things of student life however Myself; Yourself has a more realistic feeling to it with there being a very big depth in emotional problems that the main characters have to face. They both gradually over time become more and more dramatic over the course of the shows with some comedy factors in it.