Ink Nijihara, who does very well in her high school English class, has a crush on her classmate Nao; but as she is both shy and clumsy, she finds herself unable to get closer to him. Furthermore, since he does poorly in English, he does not intend to go to a university, crushing Ink's dreams of going there together with him. Out of the blue, a talking duck who turns out to be a polymorphed (and perverted) wizard exiled from a magic kingdom falls from the sky and lands in front of Ink. He offers her magical powers in return for helping people in need. Ink sees the magical girl transformation as a chance to help Nao with his English without feeling embarrassed about it, and thus she begins her adventures as Magical Teacher Pastel Ink!
Nanoha used to be a normal grade school student until one day she found a ferret in the woods -- but he's no ordinary ferret! His name is Yuuno, he hails from another world, and he needs Nanoha’s help to complete his mission: to capture the Jewel Seeds (mysterious stones that imbue their wielder with great power) that fell to Earth. Along with Yuuno, Nanoha must now collect the Seeds and protect her world, but she isn’t alone. A rival is also trying to collect the Seeds for an unknown purpose, and only Nanoha has the power to stop her…
In the first episodes of Moetan and Magical Girl, they have magical users that take the form of small animals. They then give both the girls certain magical powers. In Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha, she fights in order to collect jewel-like things to help the animal, and in Moetan she does it to help people. They also have staffs that talk which take orders in order to help them. The anime are very similar.
When I watched Moetan an anime that kept coming to mind was Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha. A lot of the things that happen in Moetan you can also find in Nanoha. For isntance both of their "rods" so to speak are computer like devices (In Moetan its a cell phone and in Nanoha its an intelligent device named Raging Heart). So in both these anime there are magical girls that get their magic from electronic devices. Also, their staffs take orders (vocal or typed in) to execute a "spell" so to speak.
Moetan is a pardoy of the mahou shoujo genre as a whole, but more specifically it parodies Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha, in particular the way in which the latter delivers unashamed fanservice while still under the guise of a magical girl show. Both also share the same lead seiyuu (Yukari Tamura). As such, if you've enjoyed Moetan either as a pardoy or as a show in its own right, it might be worth seeing the show that it draws from. Similarly, if you enjoyed Nanoha, you may well be amused by Moetan's self-aware send-up of the genre.
Sakura Kinomoto never imagined that by opening a book in her father's library, she'd be responsible for releasing wild magic into the world, yet that's exactly what she did. Too powerful to be let loose on the world, the magical Clow cards were sealed away long ago by their creator, Clow Reed. But all is not lost, for the guardian beast, Keroberos, was sealed along with the cards! Can Sakura, with the help of Keroberos, retrieve the cards before they wreak havoc on the town?
When I first saw Moetan the first thing I thought of was, "Hey! It's a pervy Card Captor Sakura!" Both CCS and Moetan consist of a young girl crushing on an older guy that seems way out of their reach. Though you know, the main character is a much shorter girl in Moetan's case because yes, Ink is in high school. Both of these girls have a chibi partner that is trapped from its real form so has the girls transform into magical beings to help them return to their true forms. CCS though is completely G rated while Moetan is a loli show.
Both sereis include a small girl who obtains magical power with a small animal. Although Moetan is slightly more ecchi, the difference is almost negligible due to the child-like nature of the program. Both sereis are highly unadvisable to watch for anyone above 12 years of age (you will be asking yourself "why am I watching this?" very often). Basically, they are very similar, especially in the relations between characters (i.e.: Sakura v. Moetan, Yukito v. Nao, Meilin v. Sumi).
Masaharu Tsuwabaki ('Haru') had been living a more or less normal school life until, one day, he accidentally drinks a potion that transforms him into a tiny doll-like lamb at night. To lift this curse and return to normal, he must work with his "chosen girl" Sumomo Akihime, a very shy girl in his class. She is given powers by a magical ring, and together they must hunt down mystical artifacts called stardrops in order to return him to normal. At the same time, Tsuwabaki must keep his daytime identity a secret from Sumumo as well as keep their ability to use magic hidden. As he lives this double life, he grows closer and closer to Sumomo in both his human and sheep forms.
Moetan and Nanatsuiro Drops are both magical girl series that sort of make fun of the mahou shoujo genre; they also have the same premise of a mascot that is not in his original form. You'll definitely see typical magical girl elements such as transformation, costumes, and devices (ex. wands). Nanatsuiro Drops is much more colourful and sparkly while Moetan has some (perverted) humour.
Both are obviously mahou shoujo series complete with transformation scenes, small animal mascots and so forth. If you like either of these shows, it's likely at least partially due to the romantic sub-plots; if that is the case, if you liked one, odds are you'd like the other. Both shows should also appeal to those who have a taste for underage girls-- Moetan has plentiful loli fanservice, and Drops is based on an H-game and thus also has its share of loli cuteness.
In the present, the Japanese government has been conducting experiments to genetically engineer a human: a girl named Rizel. The experiment was a success -- sort of. While healthy and cheerful, 12-year-old Rizel also ended up possessing the uncanny need for “love” to further her development, as well as tears which were in fact volitile explosives! When sadness can end up destroying a city block, what's a girl to do except... get married?! For Iwari Tomori, the young man chosen as the most appropriate partner for Rizel, life is about to change, for better or for worse!
Both of these series are completely fan service lolicon shows, although Rizelmine can be touching in parts. They both have a great sense of comedy about them, and if you enjoyed one, the other is made just for you.
There's a good sense of comedy in both shows. Rizelmine offers a bit more in the romance department, though. If you enjoy lolis, panties, and have a good sense of humor, either of these animes would satisfy.
Angels are genteel and graceful messengers from Heaven, right? Wrong! Sakura Kusakabe will create an invention that inadvertently ruins the future for womankind and thus, angels from the future have arrived to do the only reasonable thing: assassinate him! Fortunately for Sakura, one of them, Dokuro-chan, takes a liking to him but her intentions to protect him prove downright lethal. When Sakura’s not dodging her spiked bat Excalibolg, he’s fighting for his life on river escapades. And when he’s not quick enough, Dokuro-chan’s catchy incantation brings him back to life! Bludgeoning and blood splatters aside, can Dokuro-chan save the one she loves without damaging the future?
both of the characters are most likely alike its ecchi and the boys are perverts they both are funny and magical but moetan doesnt have much killing but fighting so they are both some how a little the same the characters both have the same hair styles