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Kokoro Connect: Michi Random

Kokoro Connect: Michi Random
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Kokoro Connect TV 2012 Prequel

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Kokoro Connect 2010 TBD
Kokoro Connect (Light Novel) 2010 TBD

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Quiero Ver Edalor 303 Mar 27, 2014
Top Ten Anime of 2012 Josema555 10 Feb 4, 2014
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In both of these shows, a supernational phenomenon forces a group of friends to confront who they are, who they want to be, and what they mean to each other.  Both shows are quite serious in nature (though they both definetly have humourous moments) and are drastically different from standard school life animes.  These shows are very similar in nature and in feel, and if you liked one you will like the other.

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