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Mira Munakata is a typical high school freshman; he goes to school, hangs out with friends, and has sex with his father. Ok, maybe not so typical. With the affections (and advances) of everyone from childhood friends to senior classmates, Mira has a wide selection of prospects to choose from; but the only one he really wants is his loving (literally) father Kousuke. So, when Kousuke stays out late and is rumored to be married to his beautiful co worker, what’s a boy to do but cry?
Gravitation OVA and Papa to Kiss in the Dark are both shounen-ai quick viewings with an insanely whiny main character. Both have the same comedic/chibi-filled tone as well. If you liked one, try out the other.
In a similar OVA format, these are short stories that deal with stormy shounen-ai relationships. The couple of Gravitation and that of Papa to Kiss in the Dark share the habitual dichotomy of cute overly emotional uke and apparently cold-hearted seme. Gravitation is free of the incestuous undertones that make Papa a bit disturbing but these titles share a definite sense of kinship.
Gravitation OVA and Papa both belong to the same genre, depicting a relationship between two men, with a crybaby uke and an apparently cold seme. While both show these couples experiencing some troubles, Papa shows a lot more intimacy, which may be a bit disturbing considering the incest.
During a much needed vacation in England, American cops Dee Laytner and Randy McClane find out that danger has found them yet again. Their hotel, it seems, is under investigation for a series of murders which cannot be solved, perplexing local authorities and visitors alike. Now, Dee's clever plans to take Randy's virginity must be stalled in lieu of the investigation, since hesitation might cost both of them their lives!
These OVAs cover the same ground in that they are fairly humorous takes on shounen-ai romance. Plot-wise they are not similiar, Fake's plot includes a murder investigation while Gravitation deals with the music business; but anyone who enjoyed the relationship between characters and the wacky comedy of one is bound to enjoy 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.
Both of these share a few things and if you like one than you'll more than likely enjoy the other. They share the darkest of secrets that catch up, yet somehow fit some comedy into it in a sense and you can at least relate to one or more characters. They are just great to watch and relax, that is why you will enjoy one if you've seen the other.
When Yakko Mitamure was young, her mother passed away, leaving Yakko alone with her father. In the present she works at her father’s restaurant and attends evening classes at a university, but her life changes forever when she runs into Hashizo Kato and his macho and pancake-loving cat Juliano. Hashizo’s brother Go is the lead singer of the band Bee Hive, and soon ends up becoming a love interest. However, Yakko also has feelings for Bee Hive’s keyboardist, Satomi. Her heart can only belong to one – a fact that she will soon come to understand as a series of events unfold…
Kazuya is an idol whose life is filled with rehearsals and signing autographs for his loyal fangirls – but he also enjoys playing video games with his friend Akihiko. The duo argues frequently, but when a rich old man named Kudo arranges Kazuya’s kidnapping (in an attempt to force him to sign a contract with a management office), Akihiko puts up a fight to protect him. It turns out that the management office is nothing but a cover for its president’s taste for pretty boys; can Akihiko manage to save his beloved from this evil scheme?
Both animes are about guy love, and music;in Be- Boy kidnapp'n idol is not much about music but it focus on the relationship between the two guys.In gravitation it focus in both things music and their love.so if you like one you'd like the other one.Gravitation has comedy and Be-Boy kidnapp'n Idool it has a little.But, both of these are great anime.