Nao and Uehara are two teens in an unlikely situation -- they've accidentally signed a lease for the same apartment! As time passes, they inevitably became a couple, and share the joys and hardships of living together day by day. Things take a turn for the worse when Nao forgets Uehara's 16th birthday! Can their relationship be saved? Or is this happy couple doomed for failure?
When Seara was a young girl, she pledged her love to the older Shuhei Seto. In a whimsical tone, Shuhei promised he'd wait for her to grow up to be a beautiful woman, and would then give her love a chance. Now, four years later and through a twist of fate, sixteen year old Seara is living with Shuhei, his sister Koharu, and their parents, though Seara's identity is unknown and unremembered by her longtime love. With steep competition for his heart as well as a lacking chest size, Seara must do everything in her power to win the heart of the man she loves!
Both Good Morning Call and Baby Love are only one episode long, but they are thoroughly packed with the relationship problems of the main characters. Similarly, each involves real life issues that can get the characters into greater messes than they need to be in.
Both anime are romantic but very simple because they are too short to be more developed. They both contentrate only on certain events - they both express some kind of misunderstandings and the jealousy of boys. If you liked one, i am sure you would like the other.
Tohru Honda is a compassionate girl who is down on her luck. Her mother having recently died, she has been forced to camp out in the woods for shelter. However, things start to turn around once she is invited to live with class hunk Yuki Sohma and his family... but all is not as it seems! Yuki's family is burdened with a dark curse which causes them to turn into the animals of the Chinese zodiac once hugged by a member of the opposite sex... and Honda may be the only one who can help them.
What happens when teenagers are thrown into a turbulent high school setting? Relationship problems galore! Fruits Basket takes a more innocent turn on problems with relationships and is not the main focus of the series; however, Good Morning Call deals with relationship problems throughout its one episode of airing - it's a great show to watch if you do not have a great deal of time.
Both series revolve around the sometimes awkward and misread relationships of young people. While Fruits Basket is obviously more in-depth due to its longer format, Good Morning Call is definitely worth a watch as well for its short, sweet storyline.
Mio Hagiwara is a young and upcoming actress who has a fairly normal life -- high school, fame, and a well-known idol singer for a best friend. There is only one thing missing from her life: love. Enter Ichiya Kumagai, a budding film director with funding for a hot new flick, and an eye out for Mio. With tensions rising and love on the rise, the show must go on!
Good Morning Call and Handsome Girl are relatively similar stories consisting of one episode each. Both short stories portray a love between the main characters that is just blooming. Each has it’s own way of being light hearted and expressing joy in young love.
Valentine's Day is approaching, and young Mami-san is apprehensive. She wants to give chocolates to her crush, Ishida, but can't seem to build up the nerve to do so. Luckily for her, she might have a solution: magical chocolates, given by a witch who seems to vanish into thin air, supposedly will grant the holder the love they desire! But will it work for Ishida?
In Good Morning Call, there's an existing relationship, and in Magical Chocolate, there's a forming one, but both shows are absolutely adorable when portraying love! Everything is so simple, because the kids are too young to have pressures and baggage to deal with, so the hardest part is just being honest. For short, cute romance, either of these OVAs is a fine choice.
A year has passed and Mutsumi's Guardian Angels have become somewhat accustomed to life on Earth, though it is harder than it would seem to be. Mutsumi is now working as an intern veterinarian and the Guardian Angels are either going to school or are working; and while living with thirteen people in the same room draws enough attention as it is, hiding the fact that they are magic users doesn’t make things easier! Can the girls’ feelings for their master overcome these obstacles, will their secret be unveiled for good, and can they manage to continue to protect Mutsumi from his hardships?
While watching Angel Tales first would probably help your understanding, the franchise doesn't reach the smooth, mellow pace that defines Good Morning Call until the sequel. At this point, you've got two shows with characters who've gotten comfortable being around each other, who can relax and laugh, and who make mistakes from time to time. The home atmospheres might be a little different, but the overall mood is the same.