In 2042, the Earth avoided destruction at the hands the invaders known as the Minesis with the aid of its newly created God-Soul Mecha. Most of the pilots' lives were lost, causing the Earth Defense Force to create many teams of new God-Soul Mecha in preparation for the return of the Mimesis. However, when people once thought to be dead are found inside the bodies of the newly defeated Minesis, friends become enemies and new feelings clash with the old. Can the pilots of Earth's best defense against the Minesis keep their personal lives out of the battle long enough to save it?
Kazuki Yotsuga is able to see things that others can't; in his visions, giant robots battle it out in the streets, causing massive damage in their wake. Though his visions have made him an outcast from the rest of his peers, they have attracted the attention of Ken Sanada – a physicist who believes Kazuki’s visions are a gateway into a parallel world! He places Kazuki into one of his inventions and accidentally sends him to the parallel world in his visions, where he finds himself in the middle of a war for control of the world! Kazuki must now become a pilot of one of the robots in order to join the fight for peace, all the while trying to find his way back to his own world…
In the distant future, the universe is under attack by robotic destroyers named Zeravire whose goal is to eradicate all of mankind. Enter Klein Sandman, a millionaire with a penchant for saving the world – or at least, one can assume. He’s built the mecha Gravion, a machine capable of destroying the Zeravire with the help of several young pilots, but piloting it comes at a high price. Along with sheltered Toga, well endowed Mizuki and a varied cast of pilots and maids alike, young Shigure Eiji must help lead Gravion to victory, else all of humanity will perish!
Both are mecha shows with overly excessive fan-service. In both shows humans are engaged in a fight for their lives against monsters from outer space. If you like the panty shots, bouncing boobs, and giant robots in one then you'll enjoy the other as well.
Eiji, Togo, Leele, Mizuki, Luna and Ena are back, and continue to battle the Zeravire daily in the combined super mecha Gravion! Along with fighting off the robotic invaders, the crew has maid duty, botched onsen visits and picnics with Sandman and Raven to handle. With the eminent threat of destruction ongoing and the maids working overtime, can the crew fight off the bad guys and show up their rivals (the elite G-Soldier Squadron) all while having a good time?
Both are mecha shows with excessive fan-service. In both shows humans are engaged in a fight to protect innocent people from monsters that came from outer space. If mechs, panty shots and gigantic boobs are what you like about one then you'll enjoy the other.
In the early 21st century, insectoid organisms are invading the galaxy, searching for new stars to house their young. Mankind's only defense lies with space cadets such as Takaya Noriko, daughter of a celebrated admiral killed in battle, and Amano Kazumi, the top of her class. With their skill and the power of the mecha known as GunBuster, the girls must help fight to protect the galaxy from total annihilation...
These 2 anime seem like they were made for each other. Both are about a girl who is clumsy yet tries her hardest to protect those around her. Plenty of fanservice and a pretty interesting plot to surround. Gunbuster does act more serious than Godannar but that's not to say that Godannar doesn't have a serious side to it. But it is really hard to take seriously. Check one out if you liked 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.
Aliens are attacking earth and it's up to a team of mecha pilotes to save the day. Godannar feels like a parody to the mecha genre and to Eva it's self. Both make you think a lot but not so seriously with Godannar where Eva just makes you wonder what is even going on. Eva is a lot more serious than Godannar. Both have a certain amount of fanservice but Godannar takes it to a new level. Check one out if you liked the other.