Toradora!, Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai! Recommendations

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Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai!
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Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai!
[Spoiler Warning] Both animes have similar stories, like the fact that the two main characters start with a friendship, but at the end of the anime declare themselves to each other in a loving relationship. In Chuunibyou, the characters derive their characteristics because of another person, as Rikka, who decided to change her way of being because of Yuuta, the Dark Flame Master. In Toradora, the characters seem to show feelings for friends of their friends at the beginning of the anime. But throughout history, they realize that actually liked each other. If you saw one of these animes, I think you'll like the other I recommended the same   read more
report Recommended by Youndayme
Both animes feature a male and female protagonist that become friends because both are shunned by classmates. They form a tightly-knit group of friends, and they never thought they would like each other. In Chuunibyou Yuuta doesn't consider liking Rikka, and in Toradora Ryuuji and Taiga mutually have feelings for another person. But in both animes the kindness of the boy begins to win the girl over. Both stories are about finding love where you least expect it; heartwarming, cute and funny; both are must sees.
report Recommended by hohos6
The main female character in each is very similar. They're both school setting romances but very different from the standard storyline, both have a significant comedy element but are totally adorable too. Toradorable* :p
report Recommended by wichysteria
A possible harem and an uncontrollable girl whose love is a more "normal" boy. The two series contain romance, and almost like how Taiga is a fierce girl who becomes a little too much to handle at times, Rikka (Chuunibyo Demo Koi ga Shitai!) is and airhead whose 8th Grader Syndrome takes control. They both contain very little drama, and have comedy and romance, but perhaps not quite enough to know it'll be true forever.
report Recommended by theninthtail
The characters and some of the plot progression elements are quite similar. Both shows have two mains with a problem, and one of them is trying to ditch that problem. Also, Nibutani is very, very similar to Ami
report Recommended by swiftjusticee
The plot and characters seem very similar to me, although a totally different story.
report Recommended by Ishtufid
Both have a similar kind of atmosphere and feel. Taiga and Rikka have both detached themselves from the real world in some way and in both it is up to the main character to reintroduce them to it and to basically make them appreciate life. Both follow a similar story arc as well as having a similar style of humor although Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai touched me more with its overall message.
report Recommended by BellieAdellie
Well first off they are both overall insanely great animes. Both series include the protagonists of two young girls that slowly fall in love with a guy that they meet at school which is coincidentally their next door neighbors Lmao. Both dramatic and very fun animes to watch.
report Recommended by Gabe906
Both are really good romances that firstly are only friends ( or dogs in Toradora xD ) but when the history advances they fall in love between each other
report Recommended by aicontepig
So you enjoyed Toradora! but would like to have another quality slice of life/romance anime to watch? Well Chuunibyou should be for you! It's yet another heavily character driven story full of twists and turns which leaves you wanting more. The premise is even more original than the likes of Toradora! and it's just as well paced and easy to follow. You will laugh, you will cry and you will experience a whole other side of the genre. A must watch for fans of Toradora! (just make sure you watch the subbed version as major alterations were made in the dub which arguably ruin the appeal of   read more
report Recommended by Doodclaw
While they both fall into the romance genre, they set aside just as much room for comedy too. It also helps that they are teen rom/coms that take place in high school.
report Recommended by theillusionary
They both have very different reasoning and story behind them but what I see in common is the way the characters grow together throughout the series. Character development is definitely the reason these shows both are my favorites.
report Recommended by Obliterki
Both Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai! and Toradora! have a romantic plotline and share similarities in their character development and comedy elements.
report Recommended by FAKECROSS97
Are two good romance anime, both pass in Hight school( i think) and are innocent love of two student.
report Recommended by ySanzinho
Both are romantic comedies that are enjoyable to watch. Both series have running gags (show specific jokes) that make it worthwhile. And finally, both shows explore romance through many characters very well
report Recommended by whimham242
They're almost the same series- very similar characters who have very similar relationships, similar circumstances, and both amazing series! If you liked Toradora! you'll like Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shita!
report Recommended by shweeb
Hate blooming into positivity. Toradora and Chuunibyou present MCs who have a disliking to their peers out of natural reaction, though, as time moves forward, the peers being to understand one another forming a more positive relationship. Where Chuunibyou is about Yuuta's escape and fresh life devoid of chuunibyou behaviour, only to be thrown back at him by Rikka. Toradora uses Taiga and Ryuuji in the hateful relationship so that the two can get with their respective crushes. Both use a bad base to start a relationship, only for it to snowball gradually into a positive one. Both are great rom-coms all in a school   read more
report Recommended by NextUniverse
Both animes are romantic comedies with drama that makes you feel emotion for the characters involved. Not only that, but both are relatable in the realm of love that viewers may enjoy.
report Recommended by Natsukiza
Both animes have similar stories, like the fact that the two main characters start with a friendship, but at the end of the anime declare themselves to each other in a loving relationship. I will highly recommend the other if you loved watching any of these 2.
report Recommended by SimYeon
I just needed to recommmend Chuunibyou, If you like romance you'll love it, and if you don't, you'll probably love it as well. Toradora is also a great anime, the comedy isn't always the best but it' still enjoyable and a very good choice to watch.
report Recommended by Miguel____
Both shows are romantic comedies with similar story structures - both are about two people who become unlikely friends. Both shows do a good job of exploring friendships as well as romance. Both shows are also quite funny, though they both have their serious moments.
report Recommended by ScottyThePilot
Both have similiar genre. Both have atleast slice of romance in it, mainly school and slice of life related Both MC's were forced to look and take care the main heroine in which the main heroine can be a klutz / clumsy Both shows are funny and it's enjoyable to watch
report Recommended by Fr3yz_
Both of these shows are slice-of-life rom-coms with a similar flow and feel.
report Recommended by Carr0tCak3
If you are looking for good highschool romance stories these two are a must to watch!
report Recommended by Oni_ChanPost
Boi and Girl, romance anime. both good, After watching Toradora I felt my first void and chuunibyou filled it in along with your lie in april.
report Recommended by Flooge
The characters and plot development between these two animes are very similar, along with them sharing the same kind of vibe. If you enjoyed watching Toradora, you will definitely enjoy watching Chuunibyou as well.
report Recommended by cr0okedwheel
The characters are very similar and the backstory of them are almost the same. Moreover some twists in the main story are the same. They are both very cute romance/comedy anime you should watch. If you like Toradora, you will like Chuni too. For me it was the case. And when you are finished with both seasons, then watch the sequel film "Take on me". It makes more sense and it is a better ending for the whole story than in season 2.
report Recommended by existing_lol
very enjoyable. 50/50 plot and romance. also pretty funny. both animes devolop the romance than just rushing into it. no chunibyo in toradora, but still nice dynamics and kinda relatable characters
report Recommended by celesticat
It’s time to ditch the text file.
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