Kokoro Connect

Kokoro Connect Episode 7 - Falling Apart

Acting out on their desires is causing members of the StuCS to lose friends and even turn against each other.

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arcticfoxy arcticfoxy says

bothanimes have the same kind of feel to it having the setting in a school and slice of life style, though toradora doesnt have a supernatural part its still doesnt lose to this piece

Osiummaster Osiummaster says

Both contain tsundere's (even though toradora is probably the epitome of tsundere). They deal with non-common problems and have awesome character developement.

Both contain a love triangle which isn't presented in a total douchebag kawaii way.

They don't really have a set storyline but mostly indepentend arcs which contain a main problem that must be solved.

Aranneas Aranneas says

Both shows are high scool romance/dramas with comedy elements. There's a fair bit of similarity between the characters of these series, though the ones in Toradora have a bit more depth to them. That and the love triangle clash between two close friends make this an easy rec for me.

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Scrittore Scrittore says

if you like this one you will definitly like Kizniver, but i'm not sure this work in the oppsite sense, kzinver is more "aggressive" than kokoro, there are in both anime a group of friend that have a situation "similar" to the character from kokoro

vinrox20 vinrox20 says

Kokoro connect is way better than Kiznaiver!!!Don't watch that's a waste of time watch just watch Kokoro connect 100%!!!

LZRBrick LZRBrick says

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arachni42 arachni42 says

While the premise of Angel Beats! and Kokoro Connect are different, they both are driven by characters building relationships with each other and working out their past traumas. This is especially true during the first arc of Kokoro Connect. Angel Beats! has more characters and is ultimately a heavier drama than Kokoro Connect, but they have a similar feel to them in terms of character interaction. If you like one, the other is worth checking out.

Frosty007 Frosty007 says

I totally agree that Angel Beats and Kokoro Connect will attract the same kinds of people. Both shows are about helping people with past traumas. While Angel Beats is a little more extreme than Kokoro Connect (in certain aspects which I won't spoil) both Anime can be easily contrasted.

So if you have enjoyed either Anime, but you haven't seen the respective, then pull up a chair, lay on your bed, or wherver makes you comfortable. Because you're going to be there for awhile. Trust me!