Keiichi Morisato is just your average college student until one day, fate interjects as he makes a call for take-out food. Unknown to him, he reaches the Goddess Help Line, and contacts a goddess named Belldandy, who grants him a wish. Thinking it to be a joke, Keiichi wishes for her to be his girlfriend 'forever'.
One year after the arrival of Chika, things become livelier than ever in the Sakuraba residence. With Chika’s embarrassing questions, Tina’s love for breast fondling, Mayu’s puppy-dog love of Hanabishi-sama, Taeko’s cute clumsiness, and Miyabi’s absolute totalitarian rule of the mansion, Kaoru has a lot to handle. Combining the wants and needs of his friends and his loyalty to Aoi, will Kaoru be able to survive the emotional pressure?
Both series are about a couple that must over come many obstacles for their love. Both femals leads are girls that are just too good to be true for the male leads. They will do anything for the ones that they love. If you liked one you'll like the other.
There is nothing more sad and pleasant than love in its various forms, and a group of high school students will discover them in this melancholy series. The focus is on Kanzaki Kyoichi, an artist and a dreamer at heart, and Nitta Chiharu, a track star and a childhood friend of Kyoichi's. From spring to summer to fall to winter, love will grow and fade, and grow again
For Kouta and Yuka, finding the bloody naked young girl on the beach would change their lives forever, for better or for worse. Unable to speak or function as a normal human being, she is named Nyu by the duo, and taken into their home in an effort to save her. But what neither teenager knows is that this innocent young girl is actually a killing machine -- an experiment gone terribly wrong -- and it is only a matter of time before the murderer in her awakens again...
This is kinda weird, since the genre and tone of both are vastly different, but watching Ah! My Goddess really did remind me a lot of the nonviolent storyline of Elfen Lied, what with sealed memories and random related girls moving in with the not-so-studly main character, so if your gut is up to it, check out this one.
Ever been mistaken for a member of the opposite sex? For Makoto, this embarassing situation becomes reality when he and two classmates are inadvertently transported to a magical world full of castles, royalty, and giant armored bugs. There, he is mistaken for Fatora, a missing princess, and quickly becomes entangled in a seven day quest to find her, all the while fending off female advances and trying to clear his name!
Ohtsuki Akihiro is a young man with a plan: to seduce Mitsuki, the hottest girl in school. But on his way home one day, he stumbles across a tapestry, which contains the strangest of things -- a magical girl named Malon! Her task, it seems, is to guard the kingdom of Phantasia and its people who dwell within, hidden from humankind. After hearing Malon's profession of love, Akihiro has a lot to think about -- especially with a rampant wizard on the loose who is set on destroying Malon, and the world within the tapestry!
Girl from Phantasia and AMG both have remarkable similarities as far as the situations they get into with an ethereal girl who just wants to love her man! Equally as uninspiring comedy and visuals as well, on both accounts. If you liked one, you'd probably like the other.