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Funko, Shigu, Eru and Ichiroku seem to be typical school girls on the surface, but they're actually powerful, dangerous guns that must be treated with care and respect! Together, they attend Seishou Academy, a special place where not only are all of the students guns, the teachers are as well. That is, except for one new educator who arrives, unaware of the crazy, dangerous times that lie ahead!
If cute girls and "playing" with dangerous war weapons in a school setting are your thing look no further than these 2 titles!
These two titles cater to military otaku - either with tanks or guns - all involving cute girls. Upotte is the far more ecchi of the two, however.
Both shows feature plenty of cute schoolgirls and military equipment, and they are also pretty lighthearted. Upotte!! is the more creepy and objectifying of the two, and sports a substantially more plain cast than Girls Und Panzer.
Both shows are about girls in wich one show the girls use tanks (girls und panzer) and the other use guns (Upotte!!) so if you like girls with deadly weapons you should like both of these titles. Upotte!! has more comedy and a bit of ecchi while girls und panzer soley focus on girls doing cute things and thanks. If you liked on of these shows you will like the other
Both shows feature cute girls in a military setting. Girls und Panzer focusing on tank warfare, while Upotte!! focuses on gunplay. The latter is considerably more ecchi than the former.
Both are an enjoyable "Slice of Life" school girl story involving military weapons. The stories are not only about perfecting their craft be it Panzerfahren or sharp-shooting, but the pains, trials and tribulations of growing up. Anoher common theme is the value of friendship helping one another overcoming obstacles during the manychallenges of life.
Winning a game of Mahjong is hard; getting the same score every time is practically impossible. So imagine the surprise of the school Mahjong club when Saki Miyanaga walks in and does just that. Despite her dislike for the game, her talent is obvious and it's up to the club members - the top-heavy Nodoka, the energetic Yuuki, the cunning Mako and the permanently in control club president Hisa - to persuade her to join the club and help them reach the Nationals. But even then, will their combined skills be enough to overturn some of the toughest high school players the country has to offer?
These shows both gave me the same vibe; they both focus around a talented girl who joins a high school club and enters in a competative tournament with a rookie team. Although the types of tournaments are really different the huge female casts and small amounts of fan-service make me think if you enjoyed one you might enjoy the other.
Did you like watching those stereotype schoolgirls fighting in inter-school tournaments, with the protagonist and trump card of a new upcoming and yet unknown school being a girl who had first needed to be reteached that playing the game is fun, and all of this together within growing bonds of friendship? Well, that you'll find in this other anime too.
Because both animes are about cute girls being in a tournament enviorment for Girls und Panzer it is tanks and for Saki it is Mahjong, they have great humor and good actions.
Both anime start with a girl joining a school and being coerced into joining a club that they have an obvious natural talent for, but for whatever reason each girl has insecurities about joining the club, and are initially resistant to taking part. The girls then soften up and the road to inter-school competition begins!
Both shows feature cute girls in them, with Girls und Panzer possibly being more 'moe'. That said, i'd say the cast is generally more likable than in Saki, although both have quite a varied group of girls.
Really, both anime have almost everything in common with each other, Girls und Panzer is the better executed of the two, but fans of one should enjoy the other a lot.
In both of these anime the main charcter is a shy girl that gets pushed into a club that she didn't really wnat to be a part of becuase she is really good at it. She also is doesn't like the "sport" at the begining because of a family history with it, but has an older sister that is really into it and that she has to beat. Throughout the show characters around the main character turn this thing they hated into something they enjoy again. Mahjong and Tankery are different games, but other then that these anime felt very much the same. If you liked one, you should check out the other.
The sort of slight rivalry between sisters exist in both anime. Furthermore, there is also the competitive element which I find quite similar with all the featuresd moves and tactics.
Yura Yamato arrives for her first day at her dream school, the Stella Women’s Academy, eager to have a wondrous experience. But the teen’s fairy-tale dreams are soon dashed by a rather jarring recruitment into the C3 club - a group of girls who love nothing more than to play survival and war games on campus with Airsoft and BB guns! How will the typical Yura navigate her way through a club whose name stands for Command, Control and Communication, when all shes wants is to have a normal high school life?
The new girl at school somehow gets roped into joining a club with a military themed activity. Both shows are fairly light in tone and feature a group of cute, and likable girls as they throw themselves into their respective club activities. Comedy is also at the forefront of each show, with plenty of laughs to be had.
C3-Bu perhaps doesn't have as impressive an activity as the tank warfare in Girls und Panzer, but both manage to make the clubs matches very exciting and fun to watch, with plenty of strategy and passion from the cast.
Girls und Panzer and C3 will appeal to the same audience for sure - cutesy girls doing war/gun-related exercises, assorted comedy episodes, etc.
C3-Bu and GuP are pretty similiar. Both have a new girl at school join a club that involves some sort of action and war game activity. In C3-Bu it's airsoft guns and in GuP it's tanks. If you like a cute girls doing action oriented war games with a light natured/comedy tone I'm sure you enjoy both.
If cute girls and "playing" with dangerous "war" weapons in a school setting are your thing look no further than these 2 titles!
Kanata Sorami, a young Private in the army, arrives in Seize to serve in the Clocktower Fortress and learn the trumpet under the tutelage of Master Sergeant Rio Kazumiya. Though peace hangs uneasily over the world, Kanata finds a relaxing routine of laundry, shopping, and trumpet practice greets her at her new post instead of brutal drilling and discipline. With help from the other members of the all-female 1121st Platoon, Kanata finds her place in the bustling city, bringing joy and humor to the war-weary residents while learning a great deal about the world.
Fan of young girls in a military setting, without all the violence and blood? Then you'll probably enjoy both of these.
Both So-Ra-No-Wo-To and Girls und Panzer sports a cast of teenaged girls doing cute stuff with military equipment. Both are very lighthearted and contain no actual violence or anything like that. They are also very light on fanservice.
Fans of either show would do well to check out the other one.
In a world where humanity has lost control of the oceans to the deep sea fleet, the only hope to counter this threat are the Kanmusu, a group of girls who possess the spirit of Japanese warships. The story revolves around Fubuki, a destroyer who comes to the Chinjufu base to train with other Kanmusu.
If military themed loli action is what you have your heart set on, then look no further than these two series. Each of them follows a diverse cast of girls of all personalities and tropes as they split their time between acting like the usual cute schoolgirls, and blowing their enemies up with their weaponry of choice, be it battleship mecha suits or tanks.
It’s fairly safe to say that KanColle will be taking more of a slice of life approach than Girls und Panzer ever did, with the latter being extremely successful with creating somewhat realistic, and extremely intense battles filled with strategy and fun. KanColle appears to be taking a less serious approach to naval warfare, but it still shows promise of being able to entertain when the girls need to throw down.
So if you enjoyed either of these shows, or just have an interest in slice of life and military themed shows, then these two should really be the perfect place for you to get settled.
Great stories centered on a group in a militaristic setting, (AU future, mankind is falling) school-type setting. A new member turns out to be the ace.
I've found both to be fun and tugging at the heart-strings. Great stories