She cooks, she cleans, and is a lethal fighting machine. Mahoromatic, former Vesper battle android, has chosen to give up her weapons, extending her remaining life from 37 to 398 days. As Misato Suguru's maid, she fights battles of another sort, fending off an amorous teacher on one hand, ecchi magazines on the other. Can Mahoro save Suguru's innocence?
Having failed to earn admission to a university, Hideki Motosuwa has moved to the big city, determined to study his hardest for next year's exams. However, an unusual distraction presents itself one unsuspecting day in the form of Chii, a robotic young girl that has been discarded in the trash. In a world where an increasing number of people turn to these 'persocons' for company, the bonds and limits of human relationships are tested as flesh manages to fall in love with the machine itself...
Both Chobits and Mahoromatic are based around robots and a "love story" to an extent. There's plenty of action to keep the guys interested and the love aspect to keep the girls interested. Plenty of jokes and perverse little in-jokes are in the anime, and can always bring a smile to your face.
Both romantic/comedies that test the boundaries of love between man and machine; while, of course, tossing in plenty of comedy in between. Highly recommend both series and the compliment each other very well.
I watched Chobits before Mahoromatic and found the story to not be far off. A boy who's pretty much alone has a non-human girl come into his life and cause alot of trouble.
They both contain plenty of giggles, and alot of sexual references. I think Chii and Mahoro are very naive about actual human nature in the same way which makes for some hilarious anime.
If you like either of these i'm pretty sure you'd enjoy the other.
While Chobits does not have the fighting aspect that you will see in Mahoromatic, it makes up for it with the romance, ecchi, and comedy. Both series involve a female android with a mysterious past that slowly come's back to haunt them. If you liked Mahoromatic or Chobits, I Strongly reccomend you watch the other.
Kazuya Saotome is an electrical engineering student with a passion for computers, building his robot squid, and programming. One day he receives May, a hand sized cyberdoll, in a package from Cyberdyne Co. as a revenge tactic planted in a CD from his rival. With a little help from May to clean up his act, he may even be able to win over the heart of Kasumi, his landlord's daughter.
Hand Maid May and Mahoromatic are both about robot maids. One is obviously a robot because she's only a couple inches tall, the other is trying to hide the fact that she's a robot. Both were manufactured by a secret agency and placed into their current positions: one by accidental mail order, the other by request. Both would wish to be human.
Although the fan service levels are high (yes, android T&A abound), there's one episode (the beach/hot spring episode of course, if I recall correctly) where they "get it out of their system" and the rest of the series actually tries to tell a good story and do some engaging character development. Surprisingly high quality anime from what could easily have been a pure ecchi romp fest.
Take Mahoro, minisize her, and you have Hand Maid May. This brings in a whole new level of comedic situations as she tries to adapt to servering her new master.
It was just a juvenile search for adventure that brought young mystic Nakahito face to face with the android mega-weapon, Kurumi. With just a kiss, she is activated and answers only to him. Now they embark on a comedic journey that will carry them across Japan to discover the secrets of the Steel Angels and how such technology has come to exist before the advent of television. In their travels they will encounter spies, army agents and rogue Steel Angels but the real discoveries lie in the heart of a young teen and the miracle he has awakened with a kiss.
Robotic girls + Comedy + Ecchi, what more could you want? Each show has a colorful cast of characters and a nice plot with fantastic endings.
Maids,robots,romance,young boy - and much more can be found in both series. Strangly this both anime have quite similar atmosphere. Althrought both main female characters are diffrent - nevertheless they want to make "masters" happy.
These anime have a lot of similarities, both have Robot girls, and both have an unsuspecting young male character who ends up being looked after by them. There is a lot of funny moments in each and If you enjoyed one then you are more than likely to enjoy the other.
Steel Angel Kurumi, and Mahoromatic are both great anime. They both involve a young boy and the female androids that take care of them, wether it be cleaning or fighting. Both series are enjoyable to watch as the emotions of the characters grow stronger and become apparent. Plenty of comedy, fun, and Ecchi for everyone to enjoy. If you liked one don't hesitate to watch the other!
One day a light descends from the sky and splits into the ideal girls of Takeru and Ryou. That is where this gentle and vaguely romantic story about our ugly and beautiful world begins. Soon enough the story plummets into the secrets of global extinction and the meaning of life. Everything in this world that is beautiful has something ugly in it, and that ugliness is part of the secret of its beauty. Even for romance this is true...
Both of these anime have so many ideal things in common with each other. First of all, they were both drawn by the same artist, which was the first thing to attract me to the anime. Secondly, the boy who discovers this girl would be the everyday kid who has the normal, loser life. And Thirdly, the girl ends up to be a target for a super-natural enemy.
Both of these shows have characters that fill very similar archetypes/roles as well as similar themes. If you liked either of these anime, Mahoromatic or This Ugly, then it is more than likely that the similarities in the other will appeal to you. Also both of these anime have virtually the same crew working on them.
Aoi Sakuraba, heir to the Sakura department store, has only one thing on her mind-- her beloved. Betrothed from a very young age, she has been in love with him, Kaoru Hanabishi, ever since. After Kaoru left his family, their bethrothal was nullified. Aoi sets out to find him. Will they be able to stand against the barriers that will try to keep them apart?
Both of these series have a similar warm and loving tone mingled with the usual ecchi comedy. Romantic comedies are a dime a dozen, but these two really stand out.