One day in the lab, Professor Utonium, his son Ken and the digital pet Peach accidentally discovered the recipe for the powerful Chemical Z - after which large glaciers started to appear in the city! After firing the chemical into the glaciers, beams of white light fell from the sky onto three unsuspecting high school girls; and thus, the Powerpuff Girls Z were born! Now, the boy-crazy Momoko, popular Miyako and tomboyish Kaoru must protect Tokyo City from the evil monkey Mojo and other villains, while trying to live "normal" high school lives!
When there's something strange in your neighborhood, who ya gonna call? No, not the Ghostbusters. Call on Panty & Stocking, the two fallen angels Heaven-sent to clear the surface world of Ghosts – creatures spawned from mortals who met gruesome deaths. At least, that's what they'd like you to think. In reality, they're gun-toting, sword-wielding femmes fatales who lay waste not only to the evil of Daten City, but to all its bachelors and candy treats too. With a healthy dollop of collateral damage and full-frontal nudity, they always manage to save the day. If they can be bothered, that is...
Given Panty and Stocking is like a more ecchi version of Powerpuff Girls, this rec makes perfect sense. If you want a bizarre visual style with girls kicking ass, look no further.
After watching Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt-- even before watching it, the first thought that came into my mind was the Powerpuff girls. Quite clearly both series have a very similar art style and seems to copy/parody American cartoons quite blatantly. Despite Panty & Stocking being far more mature, crude, and perverted than Powerpuff girls, it's undeniable that there are similarities.
Panty and Stocking is basically a more risque and crude version of PPG. The animation styles are similar but P&S is definitely more for the adult/ecchi audience than it's cutesy counterpart. If you grew up liking PPG, this is a logical progression.
Asialand City is a bustling metropolis that is under attack! Strange monsters fill the streets, and heroes are needed - enter the Relaxation Combat Team Valerian! Comprised of three girls-turned-bunnies, the Valerians do whatever it takes to put a stop to the Stress Team - a group of evildoers who turn people's stress into monsters! From ramen monsters to beyond, there's nothing that Relaxation Combat Team Valerian can't handle!
Sweet Valerian and Powerpuff Girls Z are both mahou shoujo anime about girls who fight baddies and save the world. The villains in each anime aren't terribly serious, and each anime's tone is lighthearted and aimed at children. If you liked one, you might like the other (but I didn't enjoy either).
Both of these animes have the magical girls who go out to protect the city. Many magical girl shows are the same (kinda) but I felt that these two were really close to each other.
They both create a magical group of three with each girl's personality different from each other. Besides the girls, the villians are the same since they both aren't taken very seriously.
The are style is really nice and the characters just pop out with the consistent bold lines used to draw them (though in D!PPGZ the bold lines don't always appear).
As you watch both D!PPGZ and Sweet Valerian, you'll notice the many similarities.
In a magical part of the galaxy, the prince of the Tambourine star world has been betrothed to marry one of two princesses; but Comet, the princess of the Harmonica star world, couldn't care less. Thus, much to her dismay, when the prince flees to Earth to escape his fate, Comet is sent to find him and return. Now, with the power of the stars and a magical locket, Comet sets out on an adventure to find the prince, have fun, and experience the life of an earthling first hand!
Cosmic Girl and Powerpuff Girls Z are both magical girl shoujo titles that will appeal to the same audience (young girls). PGZ is admittedly a lot more action-packed and high octane (if you can call it that), while Comet-san has more cuteness. Fans of one may enjoy the other.
Need some help? At the Irakura agency, the young Umi, Sora and Ao take care of everything from delivering items to defeating monsters -- for a modest fee. Need a date? Having problems with your homework? There's nothing this young trio can't handle -- until now! When a distraught mother asks the girls for help getting her son to go back to school, Umi, Sora and Ao soon discover they might have a lot more to teach the boy than good attendance!
Grrl Power and Powerpuff Girls Z will surely appeal to the same audience (young girls). Each involves a trio of girls that does good deeds for the world, whether it's finding items or thwarting evil. Overall I think Grrl Power is a much better show, and PGZ has far too many length transformation sequences; still, one should appeal to fans of the other.
In the Middle Ages, a woman named Jeanne D'Arc claimed to hear God's voice. She led a lonely life and was burned at the stake, despite being the voice to lead France to victory in the Hundred Years War. In today's world, she is reincarnated as Maron Kusakabe, a girl whose mission is to prevent demons from stealing people's hearts. To do this, she must steal any artifact that they possess. Her best friend, Miyako, is a detective looking for the thief, without a clue that she's right under her nose. Will Maron be able to save the world from destruction, or will she be caught red-handed by her friend?
Even if Powerpuff Girls Z seems pretty harmless at first sight, it got more 'mature' later on. Which I think is the same case with Kamikaze Kaitou Jeanne.
Both has the magical girl plot and they both feature minimal Ecchi and slapstick, like men looking at another womens boobs (When he already have a girl friend) and gets punched down into the ground, or skirts lifting. And bad people getting drunk... well, that's a must I guess.
Also, Both are Shoujo aimed at a 11 and up audience. However, PPGZ is much more unserious about things, while KK Jeanne has a more serious plot.
Still, if you are a big fan of Shoujo Anime, you should watch them both. They are a pleasure to watch both of them.