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Having failed to earn admission to a university, Hideki Motosuwa has moved to the big city, determined to study his hardest for next year's exams. However, an unusual distraction presents itself one unsuspecting day in the form of Chii, a robotic young girl that has been discarded in the trash. In a world where an increasing number of people turn to these 'persocoms' for company, the bonds and limits of human relationships are tested as flesh manages to fall in love with the machine itself...

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Chobits: Hibiya and Kotoko Chat DVD Special 2003 Condensed Version
Chibits TV Special 2004 Spin-off

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Chobits 2000 TBD
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Hisashi ABE Character Design
Morio ASAKA Director
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Kowarekake no Orgel

Kowarekake no Orgel
  • OVA (1 ep x 28 min)
  • 2009

One day, the solemn musician Keiichiro finds a broken down android in the rain. Though he tries to fix her, she’s an old Flower model and parts aren’t available, so Keiichiro resigns himself to needing to put her out for trash the next day. Imagine his surprise when Flower then awakens overnight and cooks him breakfast! The innocent, kind-hearted Flower fills Keiichiro’s life with newfound purpose as he teaches her about life and the world.


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Chobits and Kowarekake involve a young man who finds a broken-down android one day. They each go about teaching the android about life in their own ways, and have a good amount of drama that kicks in as they continue. Chobits is WAY more ecchi and Kowarekake is far better, but fans of one will at least appreciate the other.


Both anime have same premise; A guy finds a weird and special robot in the trash. And later, the guy has to teach the robot everything about how to deal with your daily life. So while Chobits is a bit sillier than KnO, they're both very similar shows.


A story about androids. Both of them are this type of stories. The story goes about a man that found an android en takes it back home. The android had no memories and must be teached everything again. This is how both stories go and if you like it you should watch it. Please enjoy


While there's a lot more ecchi and perversion in Chobits both of these series focus on the relationship between a human and his android that he found in the trash. If you liked watching the impact their interactions had in one, then it's worth trying the other.


They both have a similar theme, a special android is found that was just thrown away. Both of the Android know nothing about where they came from or what to do. in Chobits 'Chii' cant really talk and doesnt really understand the situation but in Kowarekake no Orgel 'Flower' has more of a understanding. They are both really good and i recommend that both get watched.


Kowarekake is like Chobits abridged. Same Plot and premise. Though no orgel deals with themses quite a bit darker then Chobits it will still be worthwhile to watch.


Both are sweet, heart-warming tales about androids that begin in very similar ways. Also, both Chii and Flower show us a more pure state of existence, when they can be closer to the truth they find inside themselves.


Both Kowarekake and Chobits are about a man finding a "special" android. Also, both protagonists are bachelors.  While Chobits has a more comedic feeling with romance, Kowarekake has a more powerful, sincere feeling.

Midori Days

Midori Days

Sawamura Seiji is the most notorious delinquent at his high school -- always getting into fights and causing problems, leaving him single and unlucky with the ladies. After another long day of rejection, Seiji discovers that the love of his life might have finally appeared, but in the unlikeliest of places... his right hand?! Now, in addition to dealing with daily fights and the gossip of his classmates, Seiji must handle a new problem of embarassing proportions: Kasugano Midori, a pretty young girl in place of his hand, who happens to have fallen in love with him!

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Cute girl comes out of nowhere in a guy's life. Guy gets shy and gets himself in plenty of humorous situations. Very simular, Chobits is more cute than Midori no Hibi, but both funny and cute none the less !
Very similar theme of male trying to figure out his new female companion. Both have lots of comedy and are enjoyable plot lines.
Chobits and Midori no Hibi are both hilarious looks at a bumbling boy and a somewhat unusual (and/or, unattainable for certain reasons) love-interest. Off the wall wackiness is prevalent in both, with serious moments as well. Definitely you'd like one if you liked the other.

The unique style of how the characters meet in Chobits and Midori Days is similar as is the strange love interest between the main characters. They both have a similar plot line dealing with some ecchi, although the relationship as a whole remains relatively innocent.


Chobits is, in my opinion, the better of the two. However, anyone who enjoyed one will probably enjoy the other.

Both involve serious moe factors - robots and hand-girl-thingy. While the male protagonists in these series are seemingly different, they are similar in that they lack experience with girls and then fall for something that's not quite human. Both series also have the love interests living under the same room.


Both series are for the most part about a guy and his rather unordinary female counterpart.  In the case of Midori Days it's the girl on his left hand and in Chobits it's a robotic young girl.  The story for both are also overall similar in that it mainly focuses on the leads as they try to become something of a regular couple.  Both are two cute and funny titles that if you found yourself liking one then you probably end up liking the other as well.


I dont know why... but these animes complement each other perfectly. Such cute charectors... colorfull animation... and fun plots!


both are good cause they make you cheer for the guy to finaly understand that they might think love will never find them but the one they should be in love with is in front of there face the whole time :)

Please Teacher

Please Teacher

Kei Kusanagi is a shy teenage boy with no romantic experience whatsoever... until he finds out that his hot new teacher is actually an alien! In order to conceal her identity, the two are forced into a pretend marriage... but is it really a pretense, or are they actually falling in love?

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Another love story / magical girlfriend. Plus the voice of Inoue Kikuko!
Again a plot which main male character suddenly has female counterpart that he doesnt know what to make of. Mostly comedy with spots of drama.

Chobits, like Onegai Teacher, is a light and somewhat humorous romance title that brings us our favorite anime character types: the non-descript male lead, and the unworldly gorgeous female.


Both Please Teacher and Chobits involve women of extra-ordinary origin who fall in love with a young man. They are funny, uplifting, and wonderfully drawn and directed. You'll fall in love while laughing through it all.


Onegai Teacher and Chobits are about love and romance, are ecchi, and are also a bit serious. Chobits is about a robot girl and Onegai Teacher is about a teacher from space, so they're kind of alike. =P


Please Teacher is another ecchi love story like Chobits. It involves a boy and a girl who have just met, and have been forced to live together. There are many obstacles in the way of their relationship, the largest one being that they are from different planets! Thus, they have different lifestyles and now must learn how to live together.


Both anime are romance stories about a normal boy falling in love with a not so normal girl. Chobits is a machine made to help humans with their day to day life while Please Teacher is an alien who ends up as a school teacher. With lots of laughs and a little bit of ecchi if you liked one you should like the other.


Both story have to do with love and the fact that you should love someone and show your love to them if you realy mean it.

Angelic Layer

Angelic Layer

Misaki Suzuhara is a young girl who traveled to Tokyo to live with a relative, but ended up becoming involved in the greatest game of all time: Angelic Layer! In this fast-paced competition, players customize dolls and fight them in arenas of all sizes, hoping to gain experience and perhaps win the greatest tournament of them all! With new friends to meet and new enemies to defeat, the best time of Misaki's life seems to be just beginning. Join Misaki as she struggles to be the best, even in the face of overwhelming odds...

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Ok, i know that Angelic Layer is nothing like Chobits, but the same feeling's there. It's a great work by CLAMP, wich also amde Chobits. angelic Layer is more action, a little romance, loads of humore, its a number one. If you liked Chobits, you'll love this one.

Though story-wise they have very little in common, if you enjoy a back story and stories set in the same universe, Chobits and Angelic Layer are worth watching. CLAMP is known for reusing their characters; AL takes place before Chobits and gives a back story for a few of the events in Chobits, if you take close enough notes.


Both Angelic Layer and Chobits are about robots - whether they speak or not is another matter. Both anime show the journeys of the owners and how they overcome their difficulties. Each main character found a robot by chance, but it was their destiny to meet the robot. The two form a connection that no one can break, and find love and secrets in the process. If you liked one, you'd surely like the other.


Both of the stories surprisingly tie together with one character who you honestly wouldnt think twice about being the ling (unless you've read and watched both series before!) Both are very compelling stories about finding ones self and are filled with cute humor with a dash of drama. Definitely a great anime combo.


In Chobits the manager (forgot her name) mentioned that her husband was the creator of Angelic Layer and he is. If you want to see him watch Angelic Layer, the husband is the pervert (hentai)!


What happens when robots are able to come to life?  You get Chobits and Angelic Layer (well almost with Angelic Layer).  The robots in each of these fantastic series have connections with the people that ‘own’ them.  The interesting takes on how humans are able to react to emotional ties with something non-human is shown in a variety of contrasts and opinions in each series.  While Chobits is more suited for an adult type level Angelic Layer is still entertaining for people of all ages.


If you watched Chobits you NEED to watch Angelic Layer. The little things in Angelic Layer may look fimilar. Its kid friendly, and action packed. One of the best animes CLAMP has made so far. Also it isn't that long!

Azusa Will Help!

Azusa Will Help!
  • OVA (1 ep x 44 min)
  • 2004

In the year 2099, the world of sports has been changed forever due to the addition of athletically inclined robots. For Karu Duck High's baseball club, these expensive opponents on Eagle High's team present a large challenge, especially if they want to win the championship, and their pride! With no money to spend and one player short, the team decides to do the only sensible thing -- purchase a second-hand maid robot to help them win?! As the tournament approaches, this group of students must help a cleaning machine be a baseball star, all without ruining her circuitry!

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In both anime, robots are helping humans in daily life. In Azusa Will Help!, the maid robot is used to replace a member of the baseball team. Both anime also feature the same humour, which is based on the robot's misunderstanding of language usage. Similar to how Chi is presumed to be a Chobits, in Azusa it is hinted that there could be a legendary robot made perfect for playing baseball.


Robot girls your thing? How about helpful ones, whose sole purpose is to aid you with your sports or internet needs? Like em, cute, sunny and even sexy? Well then, I highly suggest getting both Chobits and Azusa on your watching list!


Both anime have robots that help humans in their day to day life. Azusa becomes a baseball player and Chii becomes a source for the internet and much more. Azusa is only a short OVA so if you are looking for more robot goodness look towards Chobits because if you liked Azusa you should enjoy Chobits and get more of a story.


Both anime take place in a very similar world, where people live together with robots. In addition, both are about a human boy who takes care of a humanoid girl. They also deal with the question "is it possible for a robot to have human heart, emotions?" . So if if you liked one, I'm sure you'll like the other :)


Sometimes robot girls just don't know their own strength! Both employ comedy and romance to capitulate the plot to its conclusion.


Are robots taking over the world?  No . . . they are trying to help the people in it in Azusa Will Help and Chobits.  Although both series have comedic aspects to them Chobits defiantly has some serious undertones ringing throughout.  Chi and Azusa both have a hard time adapting to humans daily lives and what is acceptable in society making for two hilarious outcomes.