Throughout the ages, fairy doctors served as liaisons between humans and fairies; but in the present time of the 19th century, fairies are nothing more than an old wives' tale. Nineteen-year-old Lydia Carlton is one of the only remaining fairy doctors and enjoys a quiet life in the countryside of England - that is, until the dashing Edgar, for mysterious reasons, whisks her away on a daring adventure. Said to be the descendent of the earl of the fairy nation, Edgar desires the noble sword of the merrow that serves as proof to his lineage. Though his motives and origins are questionable, Lydia now sets forth to help Edgar on his quest.
Whenever Kippei is at school, he has one thing on his mind: girls. From skipping class to cheesy lines, he'll do anything it takes to reel the ladies in, though he never seems to find the right person. But the bachelor lifestyle is soon to change when young Yuzuyu enters the picture. This five-year-old cutie has been abandoned by her mother, and is to be taken care of by none other than Kippei! Unfortunately for the both of them, Kippei has no experience raising a child, so the learning curve will be quite steep...
Now both animes are lated to Romance and are both Shojo Animes. They are both simular and different, mostly disserent. But they both are really good animes.
As in Aishiteruze Baby, Kipyiii needs to watch Zuyuzu. Zuyuzu is a little girl who was left by her mother. Kipyii learns about other kindergardener's parents and how they are related to his situation. He also helps other adults with there situation by just explaining his. Zuyuzu is also very cute.
As in Earl and Fairy, Lydia needs to overcome her situation. On her way she helps Fairies on her way because she is the Fairy Doctor. Edgar looks alot better than Lydia in looks, but yeah >_> going to stay away from that topic.
Both animes are very pretty with colors and I really like the artwork. Aishiteruze baby has better artwork, but they are both still really nice.
The relationship developments in Aishiteruze Baby and Earl and Fairy are what make the two series stick together. Not to mention the fact that they are both shoujo romances, the daily lives of the main characters are tested and friendships are strained.
In a fairytale and storybook country, Firiel Dee has lived all her life in the peaceful Cerafield countryside. Her mother died when she was young, and her father – known by everybody as "The Scholar" – is alive but has a tendency to lock himself in his observatory and not give Firiel the time of day. On her 15th birthday, Firiel's life changes forever when she goes to a ball in Cape Amber wearing her mother's necklace that her friend and father’s pupil, Roux, delivered to her. Lord Roland and Lady Adale, members of the royal family, recognize her necklace as belonging to the runaway Blue Princess – leading Firiel to the discovery that she is the long lost princess' daughter! Now, she must compete with all of the other candidates to become Queen of the land.
When I saw this show, the first thing that crossed my mind was. "This looks a lot like Astrea testament !" They both have amazing art, they aren't really well-known and they're absolutely underrated.
Both story's evolve around Romance, Fairy's and Love triangles/Reverse harem. Also the storyline is really awesome!
Good Witch of the West and Earl and Fairy both have the same feeling to them dealing with magic and how to handle different relationships between the characters. The heroines both have the same types of ideals and try to do what they think is best for everyone and not just themselves.
In a world not unlike our own, mages are commonplace and schools are separated between normal students and magic users. Yuma Kohinata is a student at one such school, Mizuhosaka Academy. On the way home from buying chocolates with his androgynous friend Jun, Yuma is given chocolates from school idol Haruhi Kamisaka; things become even more complex once the magic wing of the school has a gas explosion, displacing all of the magic students into the normal section – including Haruhi! Now, Yuma finds himself thrust into the world of magic, and must deal with the various women who vie for his affections; can he juggle his priorities and continue to pass his classes?
Both of these animes are Romances. Both also revolves around magic or Fairies. The Romance of the animes are related to memories.
As in Happiness!, Yuma is a male character who plays a role that pretwnds to have no magical power. He is infact the strongest person there. He doesn't use his magic because of his memories against his mother. Haruhi is a girl from his past, And she remembers Yuma from the past as a super powerful mage with power that was very warm and good hearted. That was the last time he ever used his power as he made all the gravity go wack. I just recentally finished this anime, And i really loved the art work in the anime.
As in Earl and Fairy, Lydia has a past memory too. The memory makes it hard for her to fall in love. Edgar is a prince who says to Lydia that he loves her very much. Both Lydia and Edgar makes plans to kill each other thoughout the episodes. Every time either of them plans to kill the other they dont; but instead the events does a 180 and the other does attempt of suiside >_> By Pills, Legendary swords, etc etc
I really liked watching both of these animes, I know you will too.
if you're looking for sweet romance shows, which involves fairies and other magic aspects then look no further, Hakushaku to Yousei and Happiness! are the perfect choices. Both of them deal with the past memories of the main protagonists, both of them are very comedic as well as dramatic at some points. So if you like one of this shows be sure to check the other one as well.
Hino Kahoko is a sophomore at a high school which caters to both general students, and the musically elite. On the first day of class, Hino meets a fairy named Lili and is entrusted with a magical violin; this violin has the ability to express the music in someone’s heart, even if they do not possess the talent for playing the instrument. With the violin in her care, Hino must now compete in a musical competition, but the guilt of not having true musical talent consumes her. Lili’s dream is to bring happiness to people with music, but Hino isn’t sure she has what it takes to be the one to do it. Can Hino perservere, or will she abandon Lili’s dream?
I think that both of the heroine are very similar. They are at most the only one who can see the fairy. And both are shoujo with similiar art works. I think if you like Earl and Fairy you'll love the love triangle that La Corda D'Oro has.
Fairy? Check! Multiple bishounen? Check! Both La Corda D'Oro and Earl and Fairy appear at first glance to be simple children's tales, but they prove to be much more than that. La Corda D'Oro has much less of the fantasy adventure element to it than Earl and Fairy, but the general feel is the same. Both anime have the all important charming gentlemen and fairy enchantments. If you like one, you're bound to like the other - I sure did.
In order to bridge the gap between humans and youkai, The Ministry of Spirit Affairs was formed. Military man Kei Agemaki is assigned to the new unit and seems to be the ideal candidate. He’s charming, polite, and a complete gentleman, but there’s just one problem: he’s absolutely terrified of spirits! When he arrives at the new headquarters, Agemaki is partnered up with a cute, yet brash, youkai named Zakuro. Now the unlikely pair must work together to solve the region’s spirit-related problems to help improve relations between humans and youkai, and maybe help Agemaki overcome his crippling fear while they’re at it.
These anime are both about myths/magic. They both involve spirits. Both stories are centered around a guy and a girl. They don't know much about each other at first but as time passes by they come to have a liking with each other and they help each other out. In both anime, the girl doesn't really seem to like the guy as much in the beginning, but the guy somehow is charming.
Both female heroines hate each themselves and the male heroes are such bishies! Also, the romance is subtle in both cases. Both are supernatural.
However, Otome Youkai Zakuro is a bit darker (deals with issues like racial/species inequality and prejudice with the youkai).