Earth is under attack by other-dimensional threats known as Nova, and only the Pandora – girls with special implants that grant them enhanced physical abilities – can battle against them to protect the planet. The military academy Genetics helps train the Pandora, who must choose a younger boy known as a Limiter to assist them in combat. Bridgette L Sattelizer, known to her peers as 'Untouchable', is at the top of her class and lets no one near her – that is, until new student Kazuya Aoi falls into her breasts one day...
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These series each follow a large group of super powered women and an unusual male lead. While learning to fight, great powers awaken that amaze everyone. Also, there is a lot of ecchiness in each series.
Infinite stratos is more tame but also a more cliché harem anime. It has an even more naive male lead and the characters are more shallow. If you like classic harem you'd like both.
If you liked Infinite Stratos or Freezing, you'd enjoy the other because they're both about high-school girls with super powers. There's also plenty of ecchi. While Freezing has a slightly more serious tone to the plot, the two shows have similar themes.
Women with superpowers. Add one guy. Awesome. While freezing has more guys(somewhere stuffed in the background) they both generally resolve around one particular male and a group of female.
If you liked one, check out the other.
Both series center around the concept that women have special abilities and the fact that the male lead also holds power equal to greater than those of the women. Throw in a good amount of ecchi and these series are pretty similar. Though Infinite Stratos is a harem and never really gets and Freezing does get quite serious and violent at times. I still sure that if you liked one of these then you'll probably like the other as well.
Looking for good Mecha/Ecchi series? These two handle very similarly. A male lead character that can use the mecha's in a way nobody could before, and the group of women that follow his every step.
These two anime are so much alike it's crazy, the story may be different but there are so many similarites. Freezing and Infinite Stratos both are harems although Freezing has a more ecchi side to it. Both the main characters stands out, Infinte Stratos his the only male who can use a IS and in Freezing the main characters ability is significantly higher than other males.
Both the main characters has a famous older sister who are known to be the strongest IS user/Pandora. Freezing has a darker feel to it rather than Infinite Stratos but if you liked one of them you are bound to like the other.
both animes feel the same way! really hot chicks that fight and a special lucky guy in the middle of the futuristic school enviroment!
Freezing and Infinite Stratos are very similar. Both anime are realy great and i would absolutely recommend you to watc them, 5out of 5 for both of them. They take place in the future and they battle with summond gears against each other. The only diffrence in story line is that IS is a complete harem-scenario anime. But both are worth youre while.
Echhi, harem, etc. Freezings a little darker than IS and has a bit of dismemberement but both are fairly enjoyable.
A ridiculous amount of fanservice, a group of battle hardened super-powered girls chasing after a bland male lead and a plot that is pretty generic. These shows have it all in common.
If fanservice is your thing then these series are perfect for you, although Freezing is a fair bit more explicit than Infinite Stratos ever gets.
So, how about them boobs. Good stuff, fanservice a plenty and both shows have plenty of them to jiggle around. Well, Freezing to a greater extent but babes who get super powers or some higher power over guys, complete with harems, a less than great male protagonist (Wussbag Wimp-Lo for Freezing and Star-Grade Density for Infinite Stratos), delicious ecchi scenarios, fights against bad girls and budding romances with a pointless fanservice filler episode or two. Freezing is by far the more explicit of the two in terms of nudity and violence but both are still decent watches if you're in the mood for nothing too taxing on the brain.
Minato Sahashi was living a normal life; he had just failed his college entrance exam for a second year in a row, and lived a quiet life in a single's apartment. That is, until the busty Musubi fell from the sky on top of him! She is a Sekirei, one of 108 that are destined to fight each other until only one remains; and he or she will ascend to heaven with his or her chosen one known as an Ashikabi. Minato soon finds himself in the embrace of Musubi, becoming her Ashibaki - but his life will only become more complicated. Musubi isn't the last to claim Minato as her Ashibaki, and what's worse, plenty of other Sekirei and opponents stand in his way!
Theese anime are similar in many aspects. The way girls fight with superpowers supported by their male partners. Allien technology, ecchi/fanservice, it all fits. If you like one of them, be sure to try the other one ;)
These series each follow a sect of super powered women. Near the start of the series, the lead female meets a lead male, a more or less worthless individual that manages to aid her. These series each have some non-human bad guy group that these girls are supposed to fight. Finally, I believe each series will have some sort of larger mystery behind the super powered women. Finally, each series has a lot of large breasts, for the avid ecchi lover.
Lots of girls trying to make form a "contract" with one guy in particular. lots of other girls want to fight with the first set of girls(the drooling ones). Then awesome powers are used to rip clothes.
If you liked one, check out the other.
Both anime have lots of girls fighting each other and in both anime boys are needed aroud them to make them stronger...
Do you like girls with big boobs that fight against each other while they ruin each others clothes?
Then you'll probably like both ^^
As the protagonist gets a rare opportunity in both series, he gets the rare chance that many characters don't get. The protagonist in Freezing is able to do something nobody else can do and is attracted to the main female protagonist. while in Sekirei, the main male protagonist is wanted by many women during the duration of a game that a mysterious character creates. Both are very ecchi, and both are very attractive series to watch. If you like one of these, my best bet would be you will like the other.
The similaritie between these animes is obvious.Beautifull, strong teenage girls fight each other, but they all need a guy to increase their power.
Girls with megaboobs and male helpers who fight each other? Plenty of ecchi and violence to go around? Sekirei and Freezing are two bulbous peas in a pod.
both of there animes have a bunch of girls wanting to be with the main character but freezing has a lot of blood and goore but the story is more of the same as sekirei
girls fighting with big boobs ... Freezing is much more violent i guess you could say but overall you get the same
Both animes feature girls with/that:
- Special powers
- Contracts with male partners that enhance their powers
- Fight each other and 'lose' their clothes while they're at it
- Big boobs
- Alien technology
Loads of battles between girls with male partners, and plenty of ecchi scenes with clothes being conveniently ripped to expose breasts during battle.
Yup, fans of one show will probably find the other entertaining for the above reasons.
In times of olde, humans live in constant fear of demons known as yoma. These vicious creatures can take the appearance and memories of humans they have devoured, thus blending into society as they freely feast on human flesh. The key to stopping the yoma lies with the tolerated yet feared Claymores - women who are half-demon, half-human, and fully fated to become the demons that they hunt. Meanwhile, in a village, the young Raki has been banished; his only crime was losing his family to the yoma. Raki is drawn to a Claymore named Clare, and together their journey begins. While Clare fights the yoma plaguing the land, can Raki help her in her struggle to retain her humanity?
Girls take foreign objects into their bodies which give them power to fight both monsters, and themselves. Freezing is a lot darker than just another ecchi anime. And you will see this more and more as the series progresses. The tragic backstories of the some of the characters, the violence, the semi-monster transformations, the death and suffering, and many other things make these two anime very similar.
Claymore is about a group of female warriors who hunt demons. The main Claymore, Claire, is supported by a young boy named Raki.
In Freezing, a group of female warriors fight an alien menace. The main character, Bridgette, is supported by a young boy named Kazuya.
If you took Claymore, brought it to the future and added some gratuitous ecchi, you would have Freezing. If you like one I think you would enjoy the other.
These series each follow a sect of super powered women. Near the start of the series, the lead female meets a lead male, a more or less worthless individual that manages to aid her. These series each have some non-human bad guy group that these girls are supposed to fight. Finally, I believe each series will have some sort of larger mystery behind the super powered women.
Both of these have a similar theme: A large order of girls are given a component of their fantastical enemies in order to gain the power to defeat them and the main female protagonist seems to possess an enomrmous amount of power. They also are accompanied by a hapless young boy and like to fight amongst themselves but band together when fighting the enemy. Furthermore both animes ended with an indication that more was yet to follow. Freezing is more ecchi and Claymore is demon-oriented but both can be pretty violent.
Freezing and Claymore are essentially the same thing with different bells and whistles. Freezing's main story line is a group of elite fighters both female and male defend the city. Where as Claymore has a group of elite female fighters going around the country killing monsters. Both male leads are idiots and to me more or less takes away from the show rather than adding to it. If you like one you should like the other.
In a world where Japan's security rests in the hands of super-powered samurai and their masters called "generals", Muneakira Yagyuu, the official swordsmanship tutor to the family of the shogun, arrives at Buou Academy in order to serve as head of the school's dojo. However, while he hopes this will be a routine assignment at an all-girl's school, everything changes when a strange girl falls from the sky with a power of a Master Samurai and no memory...
These series each follow a lot of very powerful women fighting some mysterious force. A man comes along and is surprisingly useful at helping out the female fight. Oh, and boobs. A lot of boobs. If you like ecchi and action, these series fit together well.
Right, the only thing these anime differ in is the era they're set in. One is the furture, the other is the future with samurai. Both anime involve lots of ripped clothes(girls only), lots of drooling about one guy(girls only) and lots of fighting(mostly girls only)
If you liked one, check out the other.
I think Freezing and Hyakka Ryouran are very similar because both are about strong big-breasted girls who want the same boy and they want him all to themselves.I also think both of these anime's animation is similar and unique at the same time.The boy is innocent and always wants to do the right thing.
If you liked one you'll definetly like the other.
In the future, a devastating event known as Second Impact has destroyed Tokyo as we know it, giving rise to Tokyo III - a city under siege by mysterious lifeforms known only as Angels. Mankind's only line of defense are the Evangelions, a set man-made machines piloted by a trio of fourteen year-old teenagers, Rei, Shinji, and Asuka. The fate of Japan and the entire world now lie with these three children, though they might not have the power to save the most important thing of all: each other.
Even though they have kinda difrent plots, the fate of humanity is on the hands of teens (on Freezing they're Pandoras, on EVA they're The Chosen Ones).
Both of these anime take place in a setting where an alien race is trying to annihilate mankind, which give them a similar mood. They also delve deeply into the psyche of the characters portrayed. Both feature very intense fights too.
Although NGE has a different setting (and no ecchi), young children also have to fight against unknown creatures (in Freezing, they're from an other dimension, in NGE they're aliens) appearing for unknown reasons. Although some want to and some don't, they're the only ones who can defeat them and save humanity. The story evolves deeply and so do the characters. The fights are intense too. If you don't mind missing some ecchi, you'll certainly enjoy NGE!