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Life is full of choices for high school hunk Tohru Nagase. While waiting for his home to be reconstructed, Tohru is invited to stay at fellow classmate Mizuho Yuuki's home, but she just happens to have a friend, Miko Kamiyama, who is crazy about Tohru! To top matters off, underclassman Ai Minamizato also has her eyes set on him and Mizuho is becoming frustrated at the way Tohru leads these girls on. But is she also developing feelings for the boy? It's going to be an emotional ride full of panty-shots and big, plump breasts for Tohru, who is just too much of a nice guy to tell any of these girls no!
Both are school anime with relationship problems mixed in. Peach Girl is a series about a reverse harem with the main characters forming a triangle, while Elf ban Kakyusei is a harem anime with more ecchi involved. Both stand out as good examples of what happens in high school and involve problems teens face on a regular basis.
Kotobuki Ran has a whole family line of relatives working in the police force. Her aunts and uncles are officers, her dad is a police chief, and even her brother is a working policeman. Ran has no interest in being a policewoman; she has problems of her own, and her own style of dealing with them - the GAL way! Friends need boyfriends, shoes need to be bought, and nails need to be done. Despite Ran's wreckless and troublesome behavior, Ran has a strong sense of justice, and she's always willing to help her friends out of trouble. With her two best friends Miyu and Aya, they live life as GALs, building romance and creating memorable fun!
Both animes feature girls with tan skin and spunky attitudes. Both feature down to earth plots about social perceptions and overcomming whats considered "popular". However Super Gals is a little more light hearted and happy. It kind of feels like a mash up of Peach Girls, Sailor Moon, and Totally Spies. Peach Girls is a lot more in depth and serious and takes the romance further than Super Gals.
Banri Tada is a newly admitted student at a private law school in Tokyo. However, due to an accident, he lost all of his memories. During his freshman orientation, he encounters another freshman from the same school, Mitsuo Yanagisawa, and they hit it off at once. Without any memory of each other, their lives become more and more intertwined as if set by the hands of fate. But what is their fate, and will it lead to happiness or another memory to forget…
Kodaka is a delinquent. At least, that’s what his fellow classmates seem to think. Thanks to his naturally-blonde hair and an unfortunate series of misunderstandings, the boy can’t seem to shake his false reputation and hasn’t made a single friend. That is, until one day he overhears the normally-aloof Yozora enthusiastically chatting with an imaginary friend, and discovers that she’s just as lonely as he is! In an attempt to finally meet people the duo decides to form the “Neighbors Club”, and are soon joined by a number of other fellow misfits such as Sena, the busty, popular daughter of the school president who can’t seem to connect with others. Together, the gang learns about the joys of friendship through many misadventures such as playing RPGs, visiting the swimming pool or even hunting down delicious takoyaki!
Impassive girl meets trouble maker in a brand new love story! After Mizutani Shizuku, a girl whose sole interest is studying, is asked to deliver some handouts to Yoshida Haru, a boy who hasn't come to school after spilling blood on the first day, she finds herself the target of his affection. This is a story about a boy and a girl who struggle with love and friendship. Opening yourself up to other people forces you to be honest with yourself.
In both of these anime, you find an unlikely romance between two polar opposite personalities. Also both of these anime feature a very "loner" heroine, with few friends. Although the male leads appear quite different, the one quality they share is openly expressing their love for the main heroine from the onset of their first encounter, through both words and actions (hugging, touching, etc) and also mirrored in both anime is the heroine's reaction of thinking this behaivor is strange and thus taking a long time to come to terms with and accept their affections. They both focus on slice of life in a highschool setting. Also both anime feature on-again and off-again relationships. It seems like the pair of main characters in these stories are never "in-sync" so when one is ready to pursue a relationship, the other one is suddenly pulling away. This dynamic works well to create tension and drama and keep you guessing throughout both series.