When the students of class 2-A at the all-girls Mahora Academy head back to school, they are expecting a new year as usual. What they get is a new homeroom teacher... who's 10 years old! As if being a genius isn't enough, Negima is a mage. As part of his training to be a Magister Magi, he must succeed at teaching - without anyone finding out he's a magician! Can Negi keep his talents a secret from the girls who just adore the cutest new addition to their academy? Through demon attacks, magical enemies, and English tests, Negi will put all his talents to the test to be the best teacher he can and achieve his goal of Magister Magi.
Ever since they met, emotionless Hotaru and ditzy Mikanhave been best friends, and are virtually inseparable-- that is, until Hotaru is invited to attend a strange school far away, a school for those who have special abilities known as "Alice". Unable to be separated from her friend, Mikan soon sets out on a mission to find her. After traveling to a city far away, she finds Hotaru at last, but gets much more than she bargained for. Now, she is lost in a school full of kids with strange powers, unusual animals, and has secured an immediate rivalry with the toughest little punk in town!
I recommend this anime series because both series have similar elements; this being each sudent at the school is gifted with a unique power and the main character is involved with all of them.
By day, Haruka and Aoi are regular school girls; by night, they’re the Twin Angels, a crime fighting duo! With the help of a mysterious man named Misty Knight the two take down bad guys with ease, but their next opponent will be their toughest challenge yet. An angel statue - a companion to one displayed in their school - is arriving from Italy, and the evil Baron from the Fourth Dimension wants to get his hands on it. It’s up to the Twin Angels to protect the statues and make the Baron pay!
Both these series have cute girls, magic powers, and mostly short plot arcs lasting an episode or two. Both shows have the girls getting into various situations. In Negima, the Negi does most of the magic, but in Kaitou it's the girls themselves that have the magic powers. But both shows are more about the comedy and characters being cute rather than heavy plots. If you liked one you'd probably want to check out the other.
Did you think the chaos at the Hinata Inn is over? No way! Love Hina Again introduces a new girl--Kanako--who has a big crush on Keitaro and magical powers on her side! Will Naru finally confess her feelings to Keitaro, or will he literally be 'charmed' away?
In both mahou sensei negima and love hina again it is a comedy feturing tons of harem! on top of a ton of lovable harem both introduce magical asspects to there animes. if its either the managers little sister or the 10 year old sensei. if you liked one im sure you will like the other
Kazuki Shikimori is a 17-year old junior studying at Aoi Academy, an elite school for the magically gifted. However, unlike enrollment to the school would suggest, his magical prowess is below-average. In fact, he can only use magic eight times in his life, or he will die. But not all is lost: Kazuki's family tree includes the latent genetic material for magical greatness. After that information leaks out, Kazuki suddenly becomes the most popular male student in the school, and girls from powerful magician families begin chasing him to get his genes.
Both of these have a sort of sick sense of humor, while constantly straying from the original plot.
Negima is quite different from Maburaho, yet both have magic, both mostly take place in school and both have a strange heroine.
The name of the business is Astral, and magic is its trade. Itsuki Iba is a school boy who seems to have a weak personality and not an ounce of magic within him, yet he inherits and must run his father's 'magic for hire' company after his father disappears. He must now learn to manage a diverse team of magic-wielders, gain their respect, and send them on missions to deal with the supernatural – all while attempting to excel in school and deal with competitors! But deep down, there's more to Itsuki. He always wears an eyepatch, hiding the results of an incident from his childhood; what other secrets does he hold? And can he handle the responsibilities while his father is missing?
If magic is right up your street, then both series fully accomodate that aspect. Through in the obligatory female sidekick who helps the main character and an obvious love-triangle and the rest, means that having watched one, it's easy to enjoy the other.