30,000 years after a battle between good and evil, demons once again threaten our world; but now, the battlefield has changed. Japanese housewives attack with perfectly cooked noodles, middle-aged seductresses tempt both good and evil, and high school aged guardians must take exams that are more terrifying than any battle! This time, the dark lords strive for a different ending to the eternal battle, while the guardians hope to change the past as well. Is there any way to protect the world from evil without giving up their own lives?
The Four Lords of Havoc have one terrible goal – to awaken the god Anthrasax and recreate the world. To stop them, Yoko, a maiden of Metallicana, awakens the ancient wizard Dark Schneider from within a 14-year old boy by bestowing upon him her virgin kiss. The only problem now is that the most chaotic, lecherous wizard in history resides inside the body of an innocent child. Even worse, he’s determined that neither hydras nor minotaurs should stand between him and his dream to conquer everyone and take the women for himself… all of which is less than convenient when trying to save the world!
The reason you would probably like both of these if you like one, is that they share the same sense of humour. Both main characters are (in their own way) ridicilously powered individuals with more concern for themselves than the common good. As a result fights appear to be more about class, style and mental state than sheer firepower.
Next to that: Though the storylines and personalities might appear a bit shallow, both main characters actually are pretty deep.
On an island where cherry blossoms bloom all year-round, love seems to always be in the air. It is in this magical atmosphere that Asakura Junnichi lives, and when he dreams he travels to the dreams of others, rather than have any of his own. In everyday high-school life, he is accompanied by his adopted sister, Nemu, and an eclectic group of friends including a j-pop idol-in-the-making and a girl they knew from their childhood. Promises, and magic, and love -- Junnichi seems to dream about every girl he knows, but which girl dreams of him...?
The foremost problem for the main characters in Da Capo and Combustible Campus Guardress is that they were raised as siblings, are not related, and they feel attraction for one another. Both series have an interesting view of the characters' friends, and what they think about the hero and heroine's relationship.
In the year 2010 the Mars Exploration Vessel, returning to tell its secrets, fell to the Earth in a fiery blaze. Several months later, strange creatures known as Ancients walk the streets of Tokyo, brutally murdering anyone who gets in their way. In response to these incidents, the AAST – the Anti unidentified Ancients Special Team – has been created to subdue the threat. With the help of Hinata Takeru, a high school student who wears the Anti-Ancient Suit Mars, the AAST now sets out on a new mission: deliver the salvaged pieces of the fallen vessel into safe hands, at all costs!
Both anime take place in a futuristic setting, and involve characters who have to fight aliens and save the human race from extinction. Mars of Destruction has a captivating sense of self preservation, conflict among the characters, and a very interesting take on space aliens. Combustible Campus Guardress is a more laid back anime which deals mainly with the two main characters.
In a post-apocalyptic future where the threat of nuclear war is evident and the death penalty has been revoked, five women named Maki, Naomi, Doris, Marilyn and Katherine make up the Guard of Rose, an organization responsible for protecting women against men. Humanity now faces a new threat: Donn Canyon, a man hell-bent on purifiying the world by whatever means necessary, and only the Guard of Rose can stop him! With interfering angels, nuclear missiles pointed across the globe, and Soviet intervention, can the girls stop the countdown to destruction before it's too late?
Both anime involve futuristic guardians trying to protect the world from evil forces out to control it. Six Angels is the more mature anime by far, including ecchi elements, and dealing with extreme violence. Combustible Campus Guardress is more along the lines of a high school series without as much violence.