Nadia: Secret Of Blue Water

Alt titles: Fushigi no Umi no Nadia

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Allison and Lillia

Allison and Lillia

It is the year 3287, and the countries of Roxche and Soux-Beil have been feuding for one hundred and thirty years. In the country of Roxche, the young air force pilot Allison has just reunited with her childhood friend Wil; and together, they are about to embark on a grand adventure. Whether it's ending the war between the countries with the help of a legendary treasure, traveling into hostile territory, or helping restore a princess's right to the throne, Allison and Wil will complete their missions with kindness and honor.

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sothis sothis says...

Nadia is admittedly much more aimed at children than Allison and Lillia, but if you are in the mood for a grand adventure involving enemy forces and artifacts, both of these titles will suffice. In addition, each involves old time airplanes and other elements that will definitely remind you of the other.

Fantastic Children

Fantastic Children

For centuries, a group of strange children with white hair have been appearing again and again, their origins and purposes unknown; yet always, it would seem, they are searching for something or someone. Now, in the year 2012, they have come to the South Seas to search. There, they encounter the young martial artist Tohma, who has been helping two runaway children from a nearby orphanage, Helga and Chitto. As Tohma learns more about the mysterious children, he also discovers a startling truth about his new friend Helga. A story unfolds that goes back centuries and across the stars, and will change everything in Tohma's and Helga's lives.

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alexander alexander says...

Nadia and the Children are similar, but it is hard to explain without spoilers.

Let's restrict it to the fact that both have elements of Science Fiction that the synopses don't mention ^^;

80 Days Around the World With Willy Fog

80 Days Around the World With Willy Fog

Detail-oriented, meticulous Willy Fog lives in London and is in the process of hiring a new butler. While at the pub that day, Willy finds himself faced with a fascinating question: how many days would it take to travel the world? While his comrades believe it would take three months, Willy wagers he can do it in only eighty days - a wager that his peers meet with a 20,000 pound reward if he is able to pull it off. Willy and his new butler set forth that very evening to complete their quest - but challenges await! A devious wolf has been hired to stop Willy from achieving his goal, and two nosy inspectors are on Willy's trail, certain that he was responsible for a bank robbery...

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sothis sothis says...

Nadia and Willy Fog have an equally high sense of adventure and are great for the kiddies. Nadia is probably a bit more dark, but if you liked one you'd surely enjoy the other.

Power Stone

Power Stone

Edward Falcon is a would-be fighting champ with a father who left long ago to search for the mysterious and powerful Power Stones. After receiving what his father calls a precious stone, Edward finds himself constantly harassed by ninjas, samurai and others wanting to get their hands on it - even though he doesn't know what it is! Edward soon discovers that he's been entrusted with none other than a Power Stone, and from henceforth he tries his best to keep it safe, while also uncovering its secrets and trying to track down his father.

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sothis sothis says...

Nadia and Power Stone are both adventurous tales with comedic elements and slapstick villains. Both are fairly terrible in some ways, but Power Stone takes the case for awfulness. Regardless, as they're aimed at the same age level and have a very similar feel, fans of one might enjoy the other.

Ashita no Nadja

Ashita no Nadja

Cheerful, optimistic Nadja is one of many English orphans living in the quaint Applefield Orphanage. Yet one fateful day, when the orphange is attacked by men looking for her mother's brooch, Nadja learns that her mother may still be alive after all. Hoping to protect the rest of the inhabitants of Applefield and to escape her would-be captors, Nadja runs away from the orphanage and joins the Dandelion Troupe -- a traveling band of circus performers. Filled with the greatest hope, Nadja's grand adventure begins in a search for her mother and her own identity...

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zareba zareba says...

In the anime Ashita No Nadja, Nadja, an orphan, joins a traveling street performance act called the Dandelion Troupe because she finds out her mother might be alive. She travels across Europe and finds many friends along the way that teach her things about herself. She also wears a brooch around her neck that a bunch of thieves are after.

In the anime Nadia: Secret Of Blue Water, Nadia, also an orphan, grew up in a circus. She travels across Africa trying to find out where she's from while all the while she is being hunted down for her jewel known as the Blue Water. Nadia also finds out her father might be alive.

You can see the similarities.

Both anime combine traveling to find out things about themselves, romance, and adventure.

So, I am almost positive if you like one, you'll like the other.