On a day that seemed ordinary, a spaceship crash landed in Tokyo bay, filled to the brim with beautiful aliens that would come to be known as DearS. Since that day, though all of Japan seems to have gone DearS-crazy, one high school boy named Takeya it still not impressed by the phenomenon. But things change for Takeya when he finds a lone DearS girl on the side of the road, who forces herself into his apartment, and his life! Now, he must brave a plethora of complications, misunderstandings, and embarassments, when all he wants to do is be left alone!
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...
They have a very similar storyline; a regular student living an everyday life, but finds a beautiful girl on the streets. In both anime, these "beautiful girls" happen to be a robot (in Chobits) or an alien (in DearS). The two non-human girls sees the guy who found them basically as their master/owner, each causing different troubles for their "owner". The two anime are filled with lots of ecchi-type humor.
Swap a girl alien for a girl android and a college-bound farm boy for a stubborn high school boy and you've got the same sort of formula in Chobits and DearS. Chobits' Hideki is probably more likeable than DearS' Takeya, though.
"Chobits" revolves around the same kind of theme as "DearS": both have a girl who suddenly appears sleeping in the main character's room, and who is totally "alien" to the outside world. Besides that they both have similar problems concerning the question of "can you fall in love with someone who isn't human?"
Both of these anime have a similar feel to them, and a similar plot: a boy finds a bewildered girl who can't even speak. DearS is a bit more ecchi than Chobits but Chobits has some as well. Similar character attitudes and an overall feel ensures that if you liked one you'd like the other.
In both DearS and Chobits an average guy is lucky enough to stumble upon a hot non-human chick and wind up sharing his home with her! Although Chii is an android and Ren is an alien they still share the same charming and innocent disposition which may make both series appealing to fans of the respective anime. The series both share very similar main characters, but this doesn't feel like a rerun, it's more like a new twist on a favorite!
The basis of the plots in both DearS and Chobits is the sudden appearance of an empty-headed girl in the life of our protagonist. She ends up staying at his apartment and he has to teach her how to lead a normal life. Cue the silly anime antics!
They are first and foremost comedy anime, and second, drama anime; both are ecchi, as well.
Both anime have a similar plot, involving an average student getting his hands on a bishojo by accident and bringing it home. Just from the first episode, the resemblance is already astonishing: both have the exact same construction of the plot, similar comical situations, similar personalities of the main characters, and the same graphical style and quality. DearS's ecchi scenes are less subtle than the ones in Chobits, but both series give off the same feeling.
Chobits and DearS are really very alike. In Chobits there are persocoms, which are almost the same as the aliens in DearS. Though personally, I think DearS is sort of copied from Chobits. I think they feel the same, so you should like one if you liked the other. ;)
Chobits and Dears have similar main character a student who "founds" girl in chobits it's a cute persocom and in DearS an alien girl in both anime they do their best to make him happy... Both anime have a mistery What are Chobits and What dears realy are and do they have human like feeling?
Enter social outcast guy who just sucks with the ladies and add a brainless robot/alien chick that doesn't quite understand the real world. What do you get? Why, both Chobits and Dears, of course! Both series focus on a rather unpopular guy who stumbles upon a needy/broken girl. The girl imprints on the guy and from then on devotes herself to him. Much comedy, embarrassment, and romance ensue in each of them, along with a similar plot line in which the girl is more than she appears. If you liked one it's almost guaranteed you'll like the other.
Both of these animes are almost the exact same thing. The only difference is that DearS cuts out some extra stuff that Chobits has. The anime starts off the same way for both animes, except that in DearS the main character doesn't want a Dears, while in Chobits he does. Other than that, the main character finds the DearS/Chobit takes it to his home and starts teaching it the life and culture. If you liked one, than you will defiently like the other one.
The story is almost similiar but when you watch chobits it give you an other feeling and it have a lots of fun stuff in all of the episodes. Sorry for the bad english
Bothseries are about your run of the mill guy who happens to stumble upon a pretty girl walking home one day and has her live with him. If you liked one series, you'd deffinately like the other
These two shows feature the same basic plot. Guy meets girl who isnt exactly human and tries to teach her how to be normal while developing feelings for her. Both are very funny and should be watched.
Both of those animes include beautiful girls, that are not really human. Of course they try their best to fit in. At the beginning in both of those animes, those girls can not speak or do anything normal humans could. Classically those girls mysteriously hook up with a poor guy, who now has the duty to teach the girls speak and do other logical stuff, which of course means lots of funny scenes in the progress. If you liked one of them, you would absolutely like the other one, as they are very much alike.
They are both about the same thing, a male with a robot girl in their house.
The series both revolve around the adventures of the girl and the male character with ecchiness all over the place,especially in Dears.
Well, this one is extremely easy. Both series start with finding robot/alen girl in whom the main character falls in love with. Both girls the tittled Dear and the tittled Chobit do not know much about living in society and everyday problems. Both series are very humorous but they can be very serious at times. Definitelly better than usual harem shows. Worth a watch.
Chobits is just plain cute. It has a good story, characters, seiyuus, and animation. If you are looking for a romantic comedy along the lines of Dears and Happy Lesson, then definately check this one out.
Both series focus on a relation ship between a somewhat clueless male and a simple-minded non-human girl. Although Chobits' story prevails over DearS'. DearS steps on Chobits face when it comes to ‘stupid' funny and ecchi moments. It depends on what kind of anime you are looking for.
Both animes are very similar. They both have a main character who has quite a few embarrassing moments with the not-quite-human individual that lives with them. They are both hilarious to watch because in almost every episode they do something studpid or say the wrong thing.
Both of these animes are about boys who find themselves getting into prediciments over robotic women. The romantic aspects of both series is very similar.
Both series utilize the magic girl type of theme. That being said, Chobits are androids instead of aliens. If you enjoyed DearS then Chobits will be recommended for your pleasures...
Both of these anime's are about a guy that meets a strange girl and has to live with her and teach them how to be a normal person.
The story in DearS is almost the same as Chobits, although chobits has a bit darker en dramatic side of the story. Both anime are about a girl that's not human. That will take you into hilarious moments with in both anime some ecchi humor. Aslo the romantic aspects are very similiar. I think if you liked one, you'd surely like the other ^^
If you liked it you should definetely watch it, its have similar plot so if you liked one of it you should be satisfied.
Both of these series are about for most part a guy meeting a girl with no memory, He takes her in teaches her, through out this they go on adventures and learn new thing together, if you enjoy one of these series you'll enjoy the other just as much.
These two are totally alike. Both about a guy who lives on his own and find a woman on the street. In dears it is an Alien and with chobits more like an android. But with both they are like slaves and totally need to be re-educated in every way.
The animation and humor are also very much alike and also there is some nudity and sexual discussion in both. I am sure that if you like one you will have to like the other too.
DearS and Chobits are often said to be twins. While I personally found Chobits much more palitable, both are quality series that follow much the same plot.
DearS and Chobits are fundamentally the same. They both deal with a student finding an alien, or persocom, with little knowledge of human ways who they gradually gain feelings for. They are both ecchi, DearS more blatantly so. In each, Chi and Ren will do anything for their masters and love them.
DearS=An ecchi version of Chobits
So in other words they're almost the same show, but DearS being a bit more superficial.
I'm sure almost anyone who has seen the two could agree with me on this.
Just mentally switch the words "robot" and "alien" in these shows, and I dare you to find the difference. Both series follow the same character and story framework, but that doesn't mean they're not good. They're both very fun series to watch, and I recommend them both.
Both of these shows are very much the same. main charater girls are both oblivuous whats going on around them in the world and the guy helps her teach her little by little while they both slowly fall in love with each other. Both DearS (Ren) and Chobits (Chii) are cute girls they are different Ren is an alien while Chii is a coumputer that looks like real human girl. Between the 2 shows Chobits has a stronger more emotional story but DearS is more like a nice romantic comendy. Both of are great so give it try u might like them
This shows are very similar. They both about humans falling for aliens/robots. If you liked one you should like another. However "Chobits" are a bit sadder at places.
Both DearS and Chobits involve a girl who stumbles into the life of an ignorant adolescent(although Chobit's protagonist is slightly older than the protagonist of DearS). In DearS it's and alien with no idea how to behave human, and in Chobits it's an android " " " " " " ".
Although I personally enjoyed DearS more because it was just the right length, I watched it with a friend, and the protagonist was a bit more logical, some people say it's crap and that Chobits stomps it with steel cleats.
Either way, they're similar, so if you liked one you'll like the other.
I thoroughly enjoyed watching DearS, the statements about it being more Ecchi-filled are most definately true, if you want a story that is more serious, very highly recommend Chobits. I've watched the whole series multiple times. =)
Both have moe girls that do anything for your 'owner', chobits has more romance and a awesome story that makes one of the best animes ever. DearS has more ecchi/fan-service, but is really good too. If you liked one, watch the other!.
Both main characters live on their own one day accidentally find cute girls which aren't human.They start living with them. The non-human girl doesn't know about the language or world around them the the main guy has to teach them. Other people are looking for them because they're different than others of their kind.
both of these animes both have the same basic storyline,they are both found and unintentionaly(pardon my spelling) make it into the main characters life (hideki for chobits and takeya for DearS.)
Both of these anime are basically a reflection of each other. However they are different enough to avoid boring you and giving you a feeling of "been there done that". I feel like Chobits has a bit more touching story while DearS is more comedic.
They both basically have the same story, but DearS is just a little more funny. I recommend both because of the slave-like nature of both girls
Both Chobits and DearS are based around a chanceless guy with goals in mind who happens to cross paths and end up caring for either a humanless emotionless thoughtless android (Chobits) or a imcomplete minded alien (DearS). The series both develop as the characters learn to live with one another, regrardless if your just a country boy in the city or you just want a normal school life. The series both use the same concept around both the android and alien are somewhat... out of the loop if you will, they have no real sense for common sense creating all sort of trouble for our leads. Both create several fun situations from this, If it's a laugh from a ecchi scene or maybe just how our male leads are terrible people matched with thoughtless androids/aliens.
Yukinari is blessed with an clinical fear of women, commonly known as gynophobia. In addition to his mental ailment, he has the misfortune of being short and weak, making it easy for women to overwhelm him further. Even when his childhood friend, Kirie, approaches him, he immediately breaks out in hives. Thus, life is very lonely for Yukinari, until suddenly in the strangest way possible, he is transported into another world, and into the arms of the beautiful shoujo, Miharu! This time, for the first time ever, he doesn't react. Could this be the start of something special?
I had similar emotions when watching DearS and Girls Bravo, though in general DearS is the best ecchi anime I've seen. =)
There is a similar situation between these two anime. The main character finds himself surrounded by girls (less in DearS but you get the point) and the "feeling" of the anime is really similar. If you like comedy/romance/ecchi and a bit of magic/mystery, these are the two best anime to fit those categories.
And when I say ecchi....
Both series are about sudden girlfriend appearance but there is more... In DearS boy hate aliens and in GB main male have even an allergic reaction on girls but in both cases main plot lead us in happines... or not... And both are ecchi in the same way...
Both anime are about relation between a boy and an alien girl who suddenly appears in their life .Both of them are echii . Girls in both anime are somehow different from other of their kind.
If you found you liked the comic hilarity in DEARS provoked by strange social cimstances, you would like Girls Bravo without a doubt. Over-the-top reactions, and women with warped personalities are all a part of the bundle!
In Girls Bravo and Dears, a fair share of situations are alike, mainly because in both series, the main character is a boy that is blessed with a girl that everyone would want but him. One being allergic to them, the other hating aliens. Either way, this is an excuse for more comical situations and ecchi scenes. Both Dears and Girls Bravo, though they are part of the "harem anime" bunch, still differ from them by providing some extra mysterious aspects that make them just diferent enough to stick out.
Boy meets magical girlfriend from random event. Magical girlfriend contains some power that is unknown, but an evil organisation wants to get rid of them.
Both girlfriends like melon bread and eating in general, and are mostly clueless.
The boy is also mostly useless, yet somehow attracts a bunch of girls to live at his place. All the girls secretly like him (much more in Girls Bravo), but the original magical girlfriend and him stick it out and declare their love for each other by the end of the series semi-defeating the evil organisation through a deus-ex machina.
Generic plotlines, but enjoyable to watch and the characters are mostly endearing and there will be one or two who you will like and route for. Just note that Girls Bravo is very ecchi, and has a larger emphasis on action and is much more 'harem'.
I watched both of these anime within the same week and still sometimes get them confused with each other. There is a guy that is the hero and lots of girls that are interested in them. The main girls are "aliens" and they fall for the guy. The comedy in each is very similar as well as the art.
Girls Bravo is another harem/ecchi like DearS. Both are very funny series and will give you a lot to laugh about. Also, if you're like me and prefer this animation style, both have similar animation style.
When I watch either one of these anime I can't help but think a lot of the other series. Both of these anime have beautiful girl characters from another planet that are in love with the first male that they see. Ren (DearS) and Miharu (Girls Bravo) are also very similar in just about every way. They both love food and they both have worn an apron with out anything else (hahaha). Though Miharu didn't wear a pot on her head (lol). Of course, both these anime have the typical harem themes to theme so if you like that genre you are bound to like these
The series are alike in too many ways to count. Both are heavily ecchi, both are filled with cute girls, and both have aliens. If you like one its likely you will like the other.
Although DearS tries so hard to be a comedy harem, Girls Bravo produces results much more successfully. This said, both shows will definitely appeal to the same (mildly perverted) audience. If you dream of being surrounded by your own bevvy of beauties, then I highly recommend giving both a whirl.
Both series resolve around cute girls from other worlds who come to be in the human world and grow rather attached to the male lead. Add in a lot of ecchi and comedy and both series are very similar to each other. Though in my opinion Girls Bravo does it slightly better both series are similar enough that if you liked one then you'll probably like the other.
Both of these anime have a similar drawing style, a pretty much identical female characters design as well as a similar storyline. (Which is most likely in both cases some alien girls that disturb the normal school life of a young boy by "invading" is world little by little.) They are also both of the same length so if you liked one you should definitively watch the other.
If you like ecchi harem animes with situational comedy and a toss of kawaii aliens than you will like both of these animes. The are very similar in terms of plot devices but luckly have different stories and thus twists.
The protagonist is both animes are very similar in their awkward behaviors. Both of them have decent Rom/Com dialog, and well animated.
Ever since Tomoki was a boy, he’s dreamed that the girl he loves vanishes into the sky. However, while he’s convinced it’s just a dream, his classmate Sugata is convinced that it’s related to an alleged ‘new continent’ that’s floating around the planet. According to Sugata’s calculations it’s set to pass above their town at midnight, and sends Tomoki to check it out. Little did Tomoki know that at that moment, a scantily-clad angel would fall from the sky! Calling herself a pet-class Angeloid named Ikaros, she promises to fulfill Tomoki’s every wish. Now, Tomoki is able to manipulate panties and do equally as perverted things with ease; but what is Ikaros really here for, and are her motives as pure as they seem?
Clueless big breasted girl that wants a master! What more of a plot do you need in a anime? Nothing that’s what. If you liked that sort of thing in DearS you'd like Sora too.
If you liked DearS or Sora no Otoshimono, you'd like the other because....if you like the whole slave and master thing or the clueless alien or angel space girl with big breasts. Or just for the Ecchi or crazy insanity that in sues.
both DearS and Sora no Otoshimono revolve around non-human beings becoming the slaves of perverted boys. Also both shows are hardcore in terms of ecchi so if you like one of this two shows then you will enjoy the other one as well.
Not only do both shows feature alien girls wearing collars and looking for a "master" to obey, but they both feature some absolutely hilarious moments in anime! Both are utterly perverted, unrealistic and far from being the best ecchi out there, but I think fans of one will appreciate the other.
Well, the main reason is that both series revolve around a teenage boy whose life gets messed up when an "alien girl" gets into his life. Both of the boys are somewhat perverted and they always get into embarrassing situations with the strange girls. Both are really fun to watch and I really recommend watching both.
A great choice for either by comparison. Both have extremely hot and sexy extraordinary being ready to please and serve their master however necessary while being a bit on the clueless side of certain aspects. Both are hilarious animes with tons of fan service and good stories(especially the mangas). The only big difference in these 2 is, whatever happens in Sora, tends to be EPIC! Whether its fighting or panty raids.
Both of these extremely ecchi anime are about “hawt” aliens who become slaves to some guy. True love isn‘t really the main thing focused on here, comedy is perverted, etc, etc--the real connection is that the female aliens are in slavery (we‘re also not really sure how or why, they just are XD). I’m relatively sure this in itself will work for you, since we watched one of them first.
Alien girls who wear collars and who find a master who just happens to be humans in both cases. In both cases the alien girl acts something like a maid to their master doing whatever he says and in both cases the aliens have a variety of powers to help them serve. Both series feature similar styles of comedy and ecchi though in my opinion it's much better in Sora no Otoshimono. If you liked one then you'll probably like the other as well.
There are some large similarities in both series, non-human, seemingly emotionless girl suddenly appears, becomes the protagonist's slave and gradually develops feelings for him.
Both have a lot of ecchi comedy as well, so if you love one, the other should be right up your alley.
Both main characters find a cute girl which aren't human.They start living with them. The non-human girl doesn't know about the world around them the the main guy has to teach them. Other people are looking for them because they're different than others of their kind. Also the girls both have collars.
If you liked DearS, you will love Soro No Otoshimono. The Ecchi situations can be quite familliar. Both of the lead characthers are reluctant to accept the slave/master relationship. However the overal 'feel' of both series is identical. Give it a try you will not be dissapointed.
It is the bit of sci-fi we love with the romance and comedy we searc for. Both are have these amazing traits to them with the addition of school life and some slice of life
Kazuki Shikimori is a 17-year old junior studying at Aoi Academy, an elite school for the magically gifted. However, unlike enrollment to the school would suggest, his magical prowess is below-average. In fact, he can only use magic eight times in his life, or he will die. But not all is lost: Kazuki's family tree includes the latent genetic material for magical greatness. After that information leaks out, Kazuki suddenly becomes the most popular male student in the school, and girls from powerful magician families begin chasing him to get his genes.
I had similar emotions when watching DearS and Maburaho, though in general DearS is the best ecchi anime I've seen. =)
Those Anime are similiar because of an unrealistic reason of love between main characters and both series give us a proof that even an confusion and hesitation can lead to a beautiful love...
The same ecchi, pantsu humour. And of course the harem theme. They both have the same 'feel'. As light romantic comedy with a hint of drama. And of course the supernatural aspect of the story.
In both the lead character is male and he is surrounded by girls. Both have lost of comedy, Maburaho tends to have more drama and has magic and things that are revealed throughout but they have a lot of the same feel throughout.
I'm always about the comedy/romance, and the /harem in both of these series is a serious plus. Look them both up!
This two anime are almost the same. There's a guy surrounded by many girls. You can find some magical things and also a school life.
Rito Yuki is a bumbling boy who wants nothing more than to confess his love to the lovely Haruna, but a variety of obstacles always seems to stand in his way. One day, while relaxing in his bathtub Rito found his hands full - literally - with the breasts of a strange alien girl named Lala who suddenly appeared in his lap! She is the princess of Planet Deviluke, and she has run away from home to escape the prospect of an arranged marriage; and unfortunately for Rito, his accidental groping is the traditional engagement ritual of his otherworldly guest! Deviluke's emperor will destroy Earth if Rito backs down from his "proposal," but all he really wants to do is be with Saruyama! Naked antics, magical powers, misunderstandings, Lala's marriage-happy family and Rito's own shyness are many of the barriers he must face in his attempt to win the real love of his life – that is, if Lala doesn't win him over first!
These series are probably the closest match you'll find. Both include hot alien girls who are naked half the time.
Both have female aliens that somehow with a kiss ( or touching breasts :D) start to have some strange relationship with a human boy
These two series seem to be build out of the same mold with some very slight differances. Both are ecchi, both are aliens, and both involve a whiny male leads. A match made in heaven.
Aliens, ecchi, and spineless males are all terms that describe either series. Relaying on mainly comedy and ecchi as the driving force for either series though in my opinion the comedy in To Love-Ru is slightly better than DearS but they both are pretty similar. So if you liked one then you may want to check out the other.
Though on paper they're rather different, one being a harem comedy the other being....well I don't know what dears is, the two really do have the same sort of style and comic feel.
both awkward males and an alien crashing into earth goes to school learning the ways of people makes friends and fall in love despite differences
also lots of ecchi and funny scenes so if love to love ru you will also love dearS