Both written by the famous Maeda Jun and have the same amazing production behind his works.
Both however could be better if longer, but are still good given their short allotted time slot.
Both will make you smile, laugh, and cry as are typical Maeda Jun's works
Aside from the opening sung by Lia, the animation by P.A.Works, the original concept by Key, the character design by Na-Ga, the soundtrack by ANANT-GARDE EYES, the director being Jun Maeda, the similar humor, the special abilities premise, and unusual-yet-not-unusual school setting-- I could go on-- Charlotte purely -feels- like Angel Beats! and vice versa, if that's any indication. Both are great to watch.
Characters have supernatural power and they attend special schools where students have supernatural powers. Both main girls characters have silver hair.
charlotte is basically a rip-off of angel beats except its not in heaven
In charlotte and angel beats both there is (1) a spontaneous and charismatic main girl (2) a glasses guy who serves as the comic relief (3) a clueless main character in the beginning only in charlotte he's more lelouch-esque (4) a lead singer in a girls' band
From the creator and studio right down to the key, sound, premise and themes, it’s nearly identical but the paths that the story takes differ. Both are interesting takes on the supernatural which is an integral part of the structure of the plot. It provides a catalyst for action, an insight into character, and augments the impact of many key scenes. Angel Beats and Charlotte has a duality about them. The first part is comedy, rather a lot of slapstick and the latter being melodrama that relies on managing the waves of emotion of the viewer. A problem with this is how the shows transition
Same original creator. Also characters' designs were made by the same person, the art style is practically identical. The music was composed by the same creators. The op & ed are performed by the same singers - Lia and Tada Aoi.
Both are about a group od teenagers who have something in common. The action takes place at school, and the MC is a new student.
Charlotte and Angel Beats share the same sense of humor. Also, Charlotte will most likely introduce a fictional singer/band similiar to GirlDeMo in Angel Beats! (Marina, the voice of Iwasawa from Angel Beats! performing an inserted song).
Both are by P.A. Works and Key
Both have a main girl with white hair
Both take place at a school and have supernatural elements
Jun Maeda is the original creator for both
Both have a theme song by Lia and an ending by Aoi Tada
It's more similar than clannad and Ano hi bla bla in any case. Ano hi bla bla really felt overly dramatic and fake if you ask me...
The plot is kinda similar and I'm not quite sure, but I think the author is the same person who made Angel beats
Mosty slice-of-life with a bit of supernatural thrown in, a good amount of comedy, and an action focused last half. While the backgrounds for the main characters may not be addressed during the first few episodes, there's actually a full episode dedicated to establishing Yu and Otonashi later on in their respective anime. Schools are the main settings for these stories, with a group of teenagers being the main focus. While Otonashi and Yu aren't similar at all in terms of initial personality, they have decent development throughout it that can feel about the same in terms of execution, and this is usually right after
Anime series set in a school with a similar boy and girl MC. Alot of sad pasts and hints for more sadness to come. They both really give out the same vibe with a group who do fun and sad stuff, whatever it is but they'll do it together. They to tend to go out of focus though.
Charlotte and Angel Beats! are very similar to each other. Once you have watched one of them, you need to watch the other. Tomori and Nakaruma both share their leadership roles. Nakamura is the leader of the SSS and Tomori is the leader of the school council. Otanashi and Otosaka are naive, innocent characters, who are at first clueless of what they are doing, and pulled and dragged along by their fellow girl leaders. Memory loss... Retrograde amnesia, is what both Otanashi and Otosaka have. They overcome this by encountering certain things that trigger their memory to remembering the past which they have forgotten.
Both Charlotte, and Angel Beats give off the same feel. The character designs are also pretty similar. Also Charlotte starts out light and funny, (although Angel Beats was funnier) just like Angel Beats did, but then gets more sad and darker.
They have a lot in common! Both manga series are made by the same artist Komowata Haruka, Charlotte's director and Charlotte's sound director worked on Angel Beats! Finally in history, the character will also attend a special school where students have supernatural powers.
Same writer for both shows. Students at a weird school with supernatural powers. The characters, art, and writing are all pretty similar which is to be expected since the same guy wrote them. Good mixture of comedy and feels for both.
Both shows are directed by the same director, so a lot of the influences of Angel Beats transfer over into Charlotte. They have similar humor and the premise of a school with ability users. They honestly just give off the same feel when I watched them. These are honestly both great shows to consider watching!
I don't know why but this Anime just came into mind immediately. School setting. A lot of sad background stories. Student council. Special powers. Both Anime give you the same kind of feel but I'd say Angel Beats goes way deeper in the feel section.
Charlotte and Angel Beats, both animes have a protagonist who joins a group charged with combating a conspiracy (AB is God and in Charlotte are the experiments). Where the leader is manipulative, one believes himself an idol and another is the senpai. Both series involve the fact that the characters acquire a supernatural aspect, be it powers (Charlotte) or be dead (Angel Beats). The series shows the multiple plans to fulfill its mission, where the majority happens in a comic way, to the point that the series does not need to be fun and shows a different background to show the dark past of the
There are similar references and situations in both, and they generally have the same "feel" to it. They both have great music, which plays an important part to the plot at some parts. But although both of them have comedic moments and sometimes lowkey ridiculous gags, Charlotte is definitely more serious and maybe even a little bit "dark" towards the ends.
Charlotte is made by the same people who gave us Angel Beats!
Both use similar vivid animation styles and just give off the same general feel you'll get while watching the other. It's hard to explain, but lets say despite the rather different stories, Charlotte is more or less a carbon copy of Angel Beats! with a new plot and new characters.
Both have sad backgrounds, characters are quite similar, the art is somewhat alike, there is great drama, both the main characters have white/silver hair, and there are super powers in both. If you like super powers and drama, you might like Charlotte.
Both were written by Jun Maeda. So it really has the same feeling while watching it. It has good enough comedy and of course, the feels.
Same Story writer, same company which is P.A. works, OP done by Lia again as well. Characters make quite a resemblence
Bedsides just the fact that both series have been written by the same person, designed and animated by the same producers, what makes these series so similar?
First of all, they're both Great comedy series with deep substance. Both got just the right amount of humor that anyone is sure to enjoy.
And besides that, they're of the most exciting series ever. Both of some fast pacing and only you're in, it's like a rollercoaster. You can't stop watching once you start. There's many reference to AB! in Charlotte too.
While they're different in the theme and mood, they've got some deep hidden themes. While Angel Beats! focuses
They have a similar feel to it.
Angel Beats starts off sort of silly but with a paranormal twist to it. Even thought it sounds like it could get serious, it mostly tries to keep a focus on the comedy side. Still it gets dark and sad at times, but it tries to balance them out.
Charlotte also has a similar start. There are mostly jokes and fun times at the start, but things get more serious as the story progresses. The difference is that once the seriousness starts, there aren't many comedic moments afterwards.
Still, both series are quiet entertaining to watch with their mix
Both has same produders. Animation, characters and climate are very similar by entire time of watching. Humorous when can and serious when must that's how those animes are.
Coming from the same producers, both anime have the same feel. The combination of action, fun and drama is true with both shows.
The both give you that happy/sad feeling where you can cry and laugh at the same time.
Made by same people, and both have a similar idea (school/supernatural/romance).
Both Charlotte and Angel Beats! are great anime, each in their own right. For Angel Beats!, I recommend giving it at least 3 episodes before deciding whether to continue or drop it.
I found Charlotte and Angel Beats! to be extremely similar. They're both original works by Jun Maeda, and are both by the studio PA Works, so it's no wonder why they turned out like that.
Everything except the premises, the basic plot lines, of these two shows are practically identical. Art, animation, characters, comedy, pacing, aesthetic, music, supernatural elements... going back to the characters, I'm pretty sure Charlotte's cast is basically a bunch of carbon copies of Angel Beats! characters minus a few people.
Now, personally I hated both of these shows, so if you dislike one, you more than likely are going to dislike the
1. Both were written by the Same Person.
2. Both about High-school youths.
3. Both have the same light-mood and funny atmosphere in the first couple of episodes.
4. Both MC remember their forgotten sad past in the middle of the series.
5. Both have sad deaths.
6. Both have an ending that will make u shed lots of tears.
7. Both turn serious at the last episodes of the series.
8. Both have a good plot twist :'D.
Both shows have a similar artstyle and (personally) I find them very pretty. The story is deep in both cases, and you just want to watch more of it. Also, both anime have a "good" ending, as you don't mind the story finishing there. Lastly, these two series have many different characters, and a love story which isn't ecchi or harem (FINALLY!).
Both written by the famous Maeda Jun. They have the same ''feel''. Both shows are to short.
These both are very good animes that will make u cry to death.Like angel beats this has:
a good story
a good ending
and is super Awesome
i loved this soo much and idk how but i thought of angel beats every time i watched a episode
Drama anime which will make you feel in an emotional turmoil after some scenes. Contains supernatural and sci-fi elements.
-Characters have supernatural power and they attend special schools where students have supernatural powers.
-Both main girls characters have silver hair.
-Both shows are made by the same producers and have the same artist singing the op/ed song.
-Contains romance and tragedy aspects.
The series are similar dramas from the same creators. They both have characters with special abilities in them and both the protagonists join a group in a school and do missions for them. If you like the type of emotional storytelling Key Studios is known for, you should enjoy both the series.
Both are produced by P.A. Works and Maeda Jun. Second, Charlotte is littered with Angel Beats references, and I mean littered. Also, you will board the feels train, cuz this is Maeda Jun we are talking about. An excellent portrayal and Maeda's second chance at a fantastic creation
it's made by the same author and studio
~both story lines are identical if i may say..
~both have similar great art and character, and both are a school, drama and Superpowers shows, almost the same at everything.
~both are 13 episode long, short and easy to watch.
~both will leave you crying at the end of it....
Time for pointing the similarities between these two shows.
Both Charlotte and Angel Beats:
- Were written by Jun Maeda.
- Are from the same studio, P.A. Works.
- Have School setting.
- Know how to explore the relationship between it characters.
- Are short anime. (13 episodes long)
- Have funny and sad moments.
Both tear jerking shows that have great animation
They both were made by the same company, they both have a lot of supernatural things, and they both are super fun!
The same Univers the same story i like boths Animes<3
1. Same staff that worked on Angel Beats.
2. Similar characters
3. Nice animation and soundtrack
Both anime's are so alike that people even theorize that maybe the two animes are connected somehow. Enjoy!
Both written by Maeda Jun.
Both have beautiful soundtracks.
Are both set in high school and have a similar set of characters.
Both have some nice drama, music, comedy & romance.
both are the same as taking school background, and have a good mix between: Action, Comedy, Drama, Romance and a little supranatural ...
From the same studio, and a story just as beautiful. This is an example of how two different stories look a like so much. You can also find the personalities of all Charlotte characters back in Angel Beats (reincarnations?).
They're written by the same writers, the female protagonist looks exactly like Angel, protagonist has a sappy back story, high school setting, music inserted via a pop idol + pop rock band, tsundere protagonist who's bossy, leader of the group, misunderstood and hence disliked by others, lonely.... does this sound like anybody else? Yeah, she's a mish-mash of Yuki and Angel.
Loads of other similarities too, including how the series jumps from comedy to drama to loads of other things I can't mention because I don't want to spoil the series.
They are both written by Jun Maeda and have a somewhat similar format. They also both have strong insert songs sung by Marina for their fictional bands (Zhiend and Girls Dead Monster). Heck, even the OP and ED are sung by the same people. The MC’s memories and sisters also play an important role in the MC’s character and actions.
so watching these, you might not catch it at first but the animes have the same atmosphere. A group of kids trying to make it by while still having that kind of sad feel to it, it's made by the same person so that's also probably why it has the same feel. But do check it out if you havent already. The anime is great, also has a nice story to it
Another good Anime from Jun Maeda
if you enjoyed Charlotte you will enjoy Angel Beats! too or vice versa
I'm not telling you that both theses shows are the same because the opening has the same animation quality, the opening music brings the same feelings, the set-up is the same, the character set-up is the same, the cruel world in which they live in is cruel, the characters have tragic pasts, the characters from both shows have a lot in common, the art style is the same and the plot twists brings the same feelings
but yeah, I'm telling you that both these shows are the same.
I did not like both of these anime due to how messy their stories were, but if you like to watch stuff that might as well make you cry, smile, and laugh, then check both of them out. They were made by the same writer, Maeda Jun.
In the beginning, the main was either confused or used something wrong. In the middle, they both figure out what they are actually supposed to do and can make a big difference in the world. They fall in love with another (girl ofc).
Charlotte and Angel Beats! are different but they share something similar, both are emotional as well.
You like music? Good.
Angel beats is about a load of young people who were killed. For some reason they were tormented, and forced to live forever in a high school. In this, they set themselves a target for the biggest bullies who ever died. Bullying this young girl who doesn't communicate well with others, they force her to develop new ways to manipulate her body for defense.
In the anime, these stubborn children refuse to come to terms with their deaths and move on. It isn't until very late in the anime when they are forced to give up immortality that they actually move on. Up
Both shows are made by the same studio and have a similar art style. Both shows focus on emotions and have supernatural stuff in it. The way the shows were executed reminds me a lot of each other.
Feels. Lovely story and characters. Has action subgenre tag. Romance is good.
Impacted with the idea of supernaturalism, both are original stories written by Jun Maeda with similarities alike to one another. While they started off as lighthearted comedies with a tinge of silliness, the group of teenagers will have to face emotional turmoils leading up to drama, action, and subtle romance. Backed by a beautiful quality in audiovisual, these two are the manifestation of a touching tale.
They're both pretty funny at many points, contain some action, but despite all of that, they both manage to become serious and depressing.
Both series are created by the fabulous Jun Maeda, are adapted from Key visual novels, supernatural and school setting, features a main character with silver hair (Angel & Nao), and the series opening and ending were sung by Lia and Aoi Tada, respectively.