Fifteen-year-old Tsukune Aono is average in every way; he has no hobbies, less-than-stellar grades and he's even flunked his high school entrance exam. His parents have managed to enroll him in a school, but it's no ordinary school! Tsukune will be attending the Youkai Academy, a place where monsters learn how to co-exist with humans! As the werewolves, vampires, witches and other monsters are required to retain their human forms, Tsukune - the lone human - is able to avoid their bloodthirsty gazes. However, he quickly attracts the attention of a number of devilish beauties including the vampire Moka, a busty succubus and even a young witch! It seems Tsukune's average life isn't so average anymore!
Both of these series involve a variety of half human characters who band together and become friends. They are all trying to fit in with humans by going to school and doing other human activities.
Both Inu X Boku SS and Rosario to Vampire share many similar plot points such as: They both deal with monsters in human form and their relationships, they both have a comedic element to them as well as a romance element, and they both discuss the part monster/part humans relationships with regular humans. I would definitely give one a try if you like the other. Inu X Boku SS does have a bit more romance than comedy though, while Rosario to Vampire is a little more comedy driven.
In a world where magic is a reality, the young Louise is at the bottom of her class. Dubbed "Zero" by her classmates at Tristein Academy (due to her zero success rate for magic), Louise (along with all first year students) was charged with summoning a familiar; and instead of a cute magical creature, the familiar arrived in the form of... Saito Hiraga, a normal Japanese boy who was abruptly teleported from his own world?! Can both Louise and Saito come to terms with their new and complicated "relationship" and (more importantly) help Saito find a way home?
Holy moly. There are so many similarities between these two.
Both animes have romance,fantasy,magic,and comedy. the highclass girl and her protector/servant so then these two fall in love, also the personalities of the girls are similar, if you liked one be sure to check the other one as well, I enjoyed them both
Throughout the ages, fairy doctors served as liaisons between humans and fairies; but in the present time of the 19th century, fairies are nothing more than an old wives' tale. Nineteen-year-old Lydia Carlton is one of the only remaining fairy doctors and enjoys a quiet life in the countryside of England - that is, until the dashing Edgar, for mysterious reasons, whisks her away on a daring adventure. Said to be the descendent of the earl of the fairy nation, Edgar desires the noble sword of the merrow that serves as proof to his lineage. Though his motives and origins are questionable, Lydia now sets forth to help Edgar on his quest.
Both anime are romances with a twist of the supernatural. The stories themselves revolve around different issues. In Inu x Boku the story is more about character development, while there is a sort of adventure plot driving Earl and Fairy. All in all they're both solid stories told in just a few episodes.
Sawako Kuronuma is just like any other high school girl who wants to make friends and be useful. The only problem is she bears a worrying resemblance to Sadako from 'The Ring!' Because of her reputation, people are not only terrified of her, but small dogs even bark in fear at her presence; in fact, the only person in school who will talk to her is the lively class hottie, Kazehaya. As the pair spends more time together, Kazehaya slowly begins to bring Sawako out of her shell and soon their feelings for each other develop further. Though with her crippling insecurities, lack of social skills, and a series of cruel rumors and misunderstandings, it seems that Sawako's dream of a normal life won’t be quite so easy to obtain.
Once there lived an eccentric author called Drosselmeyer who wrote grand tragedies - one of them was the tale of a prince who sealed away an evil raven by breaking his own heart into tiny pieces. However, before the story could be completed, the author died and the tale took on a life of its own. Now, in a town where fiction and reality meet, the story continues on its tragic course with Ahiru, a duck who transforms into the beautiful Princess Tutu in order to restore the prince's heart. But will Ahiru's act of love be enough to defy the story's terrible destiny and lead to a happy ending?
Both of these shows are much deeper than they appear on the surface. They start out light hearted and silly, yet get more and more complicated and dark as they progress. They are also both part of a very unique set of shows where the more you learn about the characters and their backstories, the more your opinion of them changes, and no one is quite who they appear to be on the surface. In addition, in both shows the characters can transform into magical beings from the past, and those transformations play a major role in defining their personalities. But the heart of both shows is character exploration, not magical school girls. Both shows leave you with a similar feeling, and if you liked one for the emotional rollarcoaster and the way it surprised you at every turn, then you will like other.