Honoka Sawada is a lonely fourteen year-old girl who has no friends at school and spends her nights alone - that is, until one day she wakes up to find a fire-breathing baby named Mao in her bed! After meeting the mysterious principal of the Chibi Devil nursery, Honoka learns that Mao is in fact a demon baby, and she is now his surrogate mother. With only her anime-obsessed childhood friend Kyou and his hot-headed pal Shin to rely on, Honoka decides she can’t possibly look after a child and asks the principal to find a replacement parent. Now, until a substitue can be found, Honoka will have to spend the next month looking after Mao, but will she be able to cope?
Ishiyama High is home to a whole host of delinquents, including Oga, a legendary badass who's downright devilish. One day Oga finds a man floating down a river, after which the man splits open to reveal a baby inside – but it’s no ordinary baby! The cute tot is actually Beelzebub, the future king of the demons! And as Oga is as mean as they come, Beelzebub latches on to its newfound 'father', much to the other demons' dismay. Now, in addition to battling rival gangs and becoming the strongest delinquent around, Oga must buy diapers, comfort and carry around an annoying baby who's more of a devil than he is!
Without a doubt, Chibi Devi! is like the shoujo version of Beelzebub. Though Chibi Devi! is an anime aimed at young children and is about as far away from a battle manga as you can get, but both shows are about a teenager who suddenly have to take care of a demonic baby. If you like that aspect then both of these are for you.
Both shows are about a person that is suddenly forced to take charge of a demon baby! Beelzebub is on the shounen side of things with action where Chibi Devi takes on the shoujo route by being pretty darn girly but if babies and the issues that surround taking care of one interests you check either of these titles out.
Both are about a teen who suddenly have to take care of a demonic baby. While Beelzebub is shounen and has action, Chibi Devil is shoujo and is overall cute.
Needless to say Beelzebub & Chibi Devi! shares the similiarity of youngster forced to raise a (devil)baby which has supernatural abilities. If you liked the cuteness and funniness of Beelzebub, Chibi Devi! will humor you more with its even cutesy! Let's witness how two kids' ordinary lives turns into not-so-ordinary lives by the (devil) babies.
Demon babies = main theme~ Beelzebub n Chibi Devi r about demon kids and teens who have to take care of them. Chibi devi is shoujo, Beelzebub was first and is the shounen one. Btw, Chibi devi's main character isnt as cool as Beelzebubs :D Teehee. and Beelzebub is funnier and more interesting. i dropped chibi devi. Oh well, if ya watched chibi devi first you shud watch beelzebub :DDD Chibi devi is so girly and awkward to me
Miyu's parents have big dreams: her mother wants to explore the universe and meet aliens, and her father wants to develop a new space shuttle. In order to accomplish their goals they decide to work at NASA; but due to their inevitably busy schedules, Miyu is sent to live with a friend of the family. On the day she arrives at her new home, her caretaker leaves on a religious pilgrimage, leaving her alone with his son Kanata. To top it off, an alien baby crashes into the house that night! The ship is too damaged to fly so the baby and his pet/baby sitter decide to live with Miyu and Kanata until help arrives, whenever that may be. How can two unrelated middle school kids learn to live together while raising a baby that insists on calling them mom and dad?
Daa! Daa! Daa! is a lot like chibi devi but instead of a devil the baby is an alien. Also the girl,Miyu lives with a boy named Kanata. There is also a weirdo catish alien that takes care of the baby,Ruu. Unlike Chibi Devi there is some comedy in this anime.
Mirumo is the selfish and chocolate-loving prince of a magical kingdom. As the successor of the kingdom, his father wants him to travel to the human world and study -- but Mirumo has other plans! Due to his unwillingness to go, the King declares that Mirumo must be married at once to his betrothed, the beautiful and clingy Ririmu. Things get even worse for Mirumo when Minami Kaede, a shy girl with a crush on the handsome Yuuki, wishes upon a magical cup for a fairy to give her the love she desires -- thus pulling Mirumo into the world of humans! But Mirumo and Kaede are not alone; Ririmu soon follows to help Yuuki, and Yashichi the Ninja to help Minami's rival for Yuuki's love, Hidaka Azumi! Hilarious antics abound in the new and complicated lives of these friends and enemies!
As they share the same mangaka, it's no surprise that these two titles have a similar look and feel. Different in plot, sure, but both involve a young girl with a cute new sidekick of sorts. You'd definitely like one if you liked the other.