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Both series are heavily dialogue and character focused. Both have a very likable female protagonist who teases the male protagonist. The banter between the two main characters in both shows is pretty interesting to watch. The two series are also about different things but uses those things to bring two people together romantically.

Spice and Wolf focuses on the life of being a merchant (fundamental economic theory), and Bakemonogatari focuses on the supernatural. Ultimately, it is the romance of the two shows that keeps things interesting.



report Recommended by aulzon
These two series actually have very little similarities. However, if you are looking for great dialogue, these two have it. Both are great series to soak up every word the characters have to say. If you want words and not action (well, maybe a little action) then watch these!
report Recommended by Sukeacrow
Heavily dialogue focused series between the main characters. It is not an exaggeration to say that the dialogue drives the story in both anime. Fortunately, the animation during characters' exchange of words is interesting as that it shifts between different objects, adding an unique visual appeal if one grows tired of the dialogue. In the end of each arc, though, the amount of intelligent dialogue would come off as rewarding, as the story always ends in a satisfying way.
report Recommended by bunny1ov3r
Both anime offer witty banter between the female character and the protagonist, as well as supernatural aspects.
report Recommended by SuperRed
Both anime are almost entirely dominated by extremely entertaining banter between the main heroine and protagonists of each show, though Bakemonogatari has multiple female protagonists each with their own personalities that bring a unique flair to the discourses (like Hitagi being the sadistic tsundere, threatening Koyomi with physical harm).

Each series has an interesting, if sometimes little explored backdrop, like the supernatural lore in Monogatari, or the interesting economic schemes Lawrence and Holo find themselves wrapped up in.
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