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Don't Leave Me Alone Daisy

Alt titles: Misutenaide Daisy

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2.102 out of 5 from 93 votes
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The nerdy Techno Rejiro has lived in his nuclear bomb shelter all his life, monitoring the world outside -- a spectator to life, rather than a participant. One day, a mysterious girl named Hitomi stumbles upon his grounds, thereby opening the door to the real world, figuratively speaking. With his horde of unusual technological contraptions, he sets out to discover why this girl stirs unfamiliar feelings within him, though he might not have her full cooperation...


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Don't Leave Me Alone Daisy oblivious247 2/10 Feb 23, 2011
Misutenaide Daisy oblivious247 2/10 Feb 23, 2011

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The similarities of these series is stunning. There are whizzkids who create their own androids and have a crush on a girl in both series. The main difference is that the main character is somewhat underdeveloped in My Dear Marie as opposed to Misutenaide Daisy

Quick, name two 1990s-era series about mecha otaku who are inexperienced with girls? Hiroshi Karigari of Boku no Marie is older than Daisy's Reijiro Tekuno ("Techno"), and seems to have more of a life, but both are guys who clearly have let their left brain take complete control; what they both need is a little female companionship to take the scientific edge off. While Karigari builds Marie-chan, the perfect woman in robotic form, Techno chooses a somewhat easier path and finds a human classmate whom he places on a sky-high virtual pedestal and renames "Daisy" (much to her chagrin). The two series then diverge, with Boku no Marie verging into Marie-chan's inner life and the nature of her feelings towards Karigari, while Don't Leave Me Alone Daisy spends more time exploring how Techno came to be a technologically-advanced shut-in. Still, there's enough of an overlap that those who like one title will like the other.