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Hideyoshi is a typical middle school girl, concerned with fashion, trends, and boys. So when she is transported back to the warring period of Japan, culture shock doesn't even begin to describe her reaction! In this world, the inhabitants are only women, and this gender bending take on Japanese history sees Oda Nobunaga seeking the Crimson Armor in order to rule the world! But she'll need Hideyoshi's help to do it in Battle Girls: Time Paradox!
Both partially share a similar setting with a world predominantly populated by good looking women and contain a lot of fan-service on first glance. As well as comedy and gracious cleavage.
Booby and jiggly girls in feudal times and a variety of lighthearted adventures? These two titles fit like a glove.
Both shows take historical male characters and turn them into busty kick ass ladies. Very entertaining and not to be taken seriously at all.
Both series only have girls in them.. Really. KM might have one man somewhere hidden in the bushes, but that doesn't count. And of course these girls all carry different weapons and try to fight for their own cause, be it conquest or justice. If you liked one, check out the other.
Both are about girls/women fighting in a distant era of Japan somewhere. There are almost no guys at all in both anime, at least they're not important. The females have the biggest roles in both anime and like to kick ass. Every now and then there's some fan-service while they swing their weapons.
Both anime are drawn in pretty much the same way, so it's a pleasure to watch one another if you enjoyed it.
On Astraea Hill stand 3 prestigious female-only academies known as St. Miatre, Spica, and LeRim; and though the schools are separate, they share a single campus and dormitory. Nagisa Aoi is a 10th grader who has decided to transfer to St. Miatre's Girls' Academy. Though her transition has been smooth so far, while exploring the campus Aoi inadvertently falls down a hill, sees the beautiful Shimuza, and promptly (not to mention embarrassingly) faints. Nagisa continues to see Shimuza out and about, but soon discovers that she is the "Etoile" -- a well respected girl within all of the schools. With Shizuma taking a liking to the new transfer student Nagisa, secrets of Shizuma's past will unravel over the coming school year.
Even if they have very different stories and themes, both Strawberry Panic and Koihime Musou share one thing in common - shoujo-ai fanservice. If you liked that element in either of these, I recommend giving the other one a go as well.
Very different in terms of story, both Koihime Musou and Strawberry shares one thing in common which is like the most important aspect and that is the shoujo-ai aspect.While Strawberry Panic concentrates on a serious yuri relationship, Koihime Musou uses it more for Fan Service, so nothing serious just romantic comedy.If you like one of them then you might like the other one as well.
Every four years, the violent Queen's Blade tournament begins once more. Meant as a test of strength and beauty, girls fight each other in hopes of gaining power over the land, each with her own reason for participating. Reina, Risty and Tomoe, amongst others, are three who seek to win the tournament - but their path won't be easy. In addition to traveling the land, the girls must fight warring ninja, avoid the sting of acid-spitting nipples, and most importantly try to keep clothed when minimally possible - all in hopes of winning Queen's Blade! Who will become the next ruler?
both Koihime Musou and Queen's Blade: Rurou no Senshi feature heroes traveling with a purpose, to create a better world. Both animes feature ecchi aspects (while Koihime Musou has abit of decency and is mostly used for comedy aspects, Queen's Blade has no decency at all) and some action aspects (mostly as Fan Service), Another difference is that Koihime Musou feature a decent plot while Queen's Blade is P&P (plotless and pointless).My guess is that if you like one then you will enjoy the other one as well.
Queen's Blade is more mature (barely) than Koihime Musou but both have a remarkably similar feel - over the top ecchified girls with megaboobs battle it out or otherwise have adventures in a feudal time.
Ryofu Housen (Lu Bu) is a powerful general from the Three Kingdoms. Alongside Chinkyuu (Chen Gong), Ryofu suddenly finds himself falling to Earth, and landing... in the body of an elementary school student?! With their new lives as flat-chested, women-loving children, Ryofu and Chinkyuu follow their hunger and their desire to get back to their old lives somehow; but it will be difficult, given the variety of obstacles in their way including old enemies, epic monster battles and the most important thing of all, trying to get their hands on Eri-sensei's mammoth F-cup breasts!
These shows have a couple things in common. Cute girls, comedy, plenty of fanservice, and Romance of the Three Kingdoms... they all really make a great combo eh?
Ryofuko-chan and Koihime Musou are so similar it's not even funny. Both have characters from Romance of the Three Kingdoms as ladies who are exploited to the max as far as ecchi levels.
In an era where guns are replacing swords, samurai are desperately trying to keep their ideals alive, though many become honorless mercenaries in desperation. Yajiro Kojima is one such mercenary who led an average life until running across the beautiful Rushyuna Tendo, an expert gun wielder (known as a senshi, or Enlightened One) who upholds one ideal above all others: never kill, simply destroy one's will to fight. Together, the duo travel the world encountering dangerous enemies and bathhouses galore, all while removing their adversaries' "armor" with a smile!
Both Grenadier and Koihime share nearly every key aspect: ecchi, warriors travelling, fighting peacefully etc. If you liked one of these you'll like the other one aswell.
Meet two well-endowed female leads that travel around the lands trying to improve the conditions of their respective worlds, all of this while providing the public with lots of fanservice, comedic acts and sometimes fast-paced action.
The main difference is that Grenadier DOES have a more or less decent plot, while KM is nothing but mindless nudity and laughs (well... sometimes, at least); still, if you're in the mood for a lighthearted journey filled with appealing girls both can be a good option.