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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!
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....
DearS is not quite as ecchi as GB, but both have a similar story. Each deals with a hot alien girl who starts a relationship with a lucky guy from planet Earth. In my opinion DearS is funnier than GB, so if you're looking for a hilarious anime with a good story, check out DearS. If you're just a pervert who wants a few good laughs while you drool at the oversized anime boobs, check out Girls Bravo.
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.
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'.
Both series deal with a boy that is slightly different than most of the characters in the shows. In DearS, Hideki is an alien hating person that seems to find a Dears, a alien slave, in the middle of the road that will basically do any for him, even "nurse". He is the only one throughout japan that seems to hate dears. Where Girls Bravo has a similar idea except the fact that the main character has a fear of women so bad that it causes him to break out in hives but wants to find love and in a very funny scene gets kicked into a world full of women where is endangered as a man. The animes are good for those that love the random fun animes .
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.
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 character design as well as a similar storyline. (Which is most likely, in both cases some alien girls who come disturb the normal school life of a young boy by slowly "taking control" over his world.) Both shows are also about the same length so if you liked one you should definitely give the other title a shot.
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.
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!
both involve a beautiful girl from another planet entering a boy's life and hilarity and much more echiness ensues. there is a lot of variety in both shows and the jokes never get tired. plus they both have many good screen capture shots for your desktop wallpaper!
To Love-Ru is also abut a strange girl from another realm (in this case, planet Deviluke) who meets a guy who is sexually awkward, like most ecchis... Both seem pretty clueless, which makes them entertaining to watch, as well as the other girls, who serve to make things confusing for our poor main male character :(
If u like pink hair beauties then these 3 shows are just for u. All have nice scene shots of them. They are all 18 and over. All 3 shows have their uniqune way of comedy plus the main boy charters are all inocent like. In these 3 shows 2 of them start out the same way and thats Girls barvo and To love Ru. They both start out with the main charter girl showing up in the bath tub of the guys home mysteriously and u find out how and why these 2 beauties showed up at their place. AS for Steel Angel Kurumi the main charter boy found her and how they meet is prety nice if u watch the show to find out how it all happened. Also all 3 of these shows are fantasy type so if like fantasy then these 3 are for u. This all i will stay about these 3 shows i dont want reveal the plot of them so i hope u want to whatch them and like them as much as i did, thanks for reading.
To love Ru and Girls Bravo both have the same type of story, a boy who is shy around women is thrown into something he doesn't understand. Then they change into a more confident person, oh and they both have plenty of ecchi and comedy :P
In both anime, a female is sent from another planet to earth and ends up staying is a boy's home. These two are very similar and if you liked one, you'll like the other.
alien girl lives with male lead
eechi romance comedy
Both To Love-Ru and Girls Bravo are typical harem anime with a clear cut frontrunner among the girls and several other girls that fit the various other stereotypes. Both are also about the same in terms of low-brow comedy that they provide. It would be safe to say that enjoyment of one would lead to enjoyment of the other.
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...
Even though the logical sense in the main female in Girls Bravo is a lot more advanced than chi in Chobits, being unable to comprehend the right and wrongs in the society she ends in is fairly apparent in both series. Both series are ecchi too, while Girls Bravo is more radically ecchi, chobits is somewhat more subtile. One last thing I want to tell about these series is that the Chobits clearly is a one guy - one girl anime, while Girls Bravo clearly is a harem anime.
Girls Bravo and Chobits feature main characters with close characters and behaviors, which means the action that takes place is of a similar kind too. Although the stories are diferent, quite some scenes in one reminds of the other still, and the basic idea is the same : a boy getting his hands on a babe that becomes as much trouble as benefit.
Both story have to do with love and the fact that you should love someone and show your love to them if you realy mean it.
Chobits and Girls Bravo's are alike in some major ways, but differat enough that you wont feel like you are watching the same series. The girls are practically clones, but Chobits has -way- less fanservice.
Chobits and Girls Bravo both are funny and ecchi. They cracked me up both deal with a girl that doesn't really know what she is doing and just kinda goes with the flow. In sense both are from a different world or in chobits case a different species. They both are fun loving and has nothing that is so serious in them they are what i like to call a relaxing anime
Deep in the mountains, isolated from civilization, there is a boys-only school that will finally be receiving its first class of girls in an attempt to transform the school into a co-ed one. Most of the boys have never been in contact with girls of their own age, leading to an explosion of hormonal craziness. From the sickeningly perverted fetishist guys, to a rather odd girl that seems to be chasing the most normal guy in the school for reasons known only to her, there's twisted humor to be had.
Comedy in this is outragiously funny. The fan services is on equal par with Girls Bravo with a story that is significantly better.
The feel, plot, and humor of Green Green and Girls Bravo are very similar. Both center on a guy who is not very good with women and somehow ends up surrounded by them. The overall feeling of both is very similar. All in all, if you liked one, the other is worth looking into.
I think if you're a fan of one of these shows, you'll know exactly what to expect from the other. A lot of very pretty girls with enormous breasts surrounding one poor unsuspecting guy.
Revel in the panty shots, laugh at the perverted boys leching over the beauties and watch how the impossible gravity makes breasts bounce in all directions. If you like one, you're sure to enjoy the other.
I agree, both have a wacky somewhat pointless plot but are still too cute and fun and that's why we love em. There's plenty of ecchi but GB makes more sense in the way they present it. If you liked one I'm sure you'll love the other.
After a fight with his father, the determined Ikuto decides to run away from home; but unfortunately for him, after boarding a cruise ship, he finds himself being thrown overboard in the middle of a freak storm! He regains consciousness on the inescapable island of Airantou – an island with plenty of trees, sunshine, and… dozens of gorgeous girls?! Ikuto now has an entire population of lovely ladies to fight over him, including the beauty who saved him from the sea, Suzu. Can Ikuto survive this so-called “heaven”, or is he doomed to remain on the island forever?
Both Girls Bravo and Nagasarete Airantou are harem anime, in that the male lead is surrounded by females. Only these males have just one girl they are interested in. Also, in both anime, the female that the male has his eye on is totally oblivious to his feelings.
Both Anime have very similiar climat and both gave us a look into an extraordinary world with no men or shortage of men :) Also an main romantic plot is in those Anime leaded into the same direction...
While watching this, I couldn't help but feel some sort of similiraity with an anime i watched. Seeing the completely naive girl, a girl who lusts another girl with big breasts, the constant "Nya" I keep hearing, and a cute story line of wanting to be together.. It's like an almost twin of Airantou.
A character thrown into a different world where they adapt, grow as a person, and fall in love. A cast of friends that are just eager to create problems and situations that are hectic and troublesome. And a comedy aspect that is not really here nor there.
They are both essentially really lazily executed and not particularily mindful of their own story and concentrate more on characters having fun.