Pretty Cure

Alt title: Futari wa Precure

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Shugo Chara!

Shugo Chara!

Hinamori Amu is a stylish punk rock girl who is liked and feared by her peers, but there's just one problem: she's actually a shy and quiet girl who can't seem to drop her self-fabricated facade! But when Amu finds three eggs in her bed, she had no idea her life would change forever. Out of the eggs pop Ran, Miki and Su, Amu's Guardian Charas; these being represent parts of Amu that she wishes she could be, even allowing Amu to transform into those parts at will! Now, with pressure from the other Guardians (including her crush, Hotori) to join their midst, dark sides of the psyche known as X Eggs to seal, and nefarious forces after a wish-granting egg known as the embryo, Amu's life has officially become more complicated!

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iglified iglified says...

both shows are maho shojo, with a school setting. both feature spunky heroines and teamwork. I am a fan of the mahou shojo genre and enjoy both.

Sister Princess

Sister Princess

Wakura is so confident of getting into his chosen high school that he stops taking his tests. Unfortunately, he gets every question on his entrance exam wrong, leaving him to be thrown into a truck, put on a boat and then taken to Promised Island. There, he finds out that he was entered, by recommendation into a high school, not to mention he has twelve adopted sisters on the island that will be attending with him! More than anything Wakura wants to get off the island and get back to his old life, but eventually his sisters help him feel welcome. Together, Wakaru begins his journey of living and growing up with his twelve cute sisters.

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stef4e stef4e says...

there are two girls and one day in o=one of thet girls room a shooting star crashed and there was a mobile with a creather in it.that hapend to the other girl too.with them they becomed super heroes.

Fushigiboshi no Futagohime

Fushigiboshi no Futagohime

Inside the hollow Mysterious Planet, there are seven kingdoms, each with its special talents. At the planet's heart, the Kingdom of the Sun illuminates the other kingdoms, but something is wrong -- the Sun's Blessing is failing. It falls to the twin princesses of the Sun Kingdom, Rain and Fine, to search for a way to reinvigorate the Sun. Along the way, they are aided by their magical companion Pumo and by the mystical powers of the Prominence. Are Rain and Fine capable of solving the problem, and of becoming proper princesses as they do so?

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Effervescent Effervescent says...

Pretty Cure and Fushigiboshi no Futagohime are really similar in many ways. Apart from the same genre, both have two main heroines who are trying to save the world with special powers and both have cute little creatures with the main characters, and as time goes on, the two plots resemble each other more and more.

Zetsumetsu Kigu Shoujo: Amazing Twins

Zetsumetsu Kigu Shoujo: Amazing Twins

In the story, at a hilltop park in a town, the performance team "Nought" is holding a "supernatural" magic show before a sparse audience. Despite Nought's best efforts, the audience boos the show. One of Nought's idols, Amane, happens to have ISH — "Incomprehensible Skill of Humans-beings," the power to turn what is imagined into reality. Suddenly, a girl appears before Amane. The masked girl with a cold smile is Aya, the popular genius magician in the group "I.A.M." Like Amane, Aya also has ISH.

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XMrNiceguyX XMrNiceguyX says...

Both shows are primarily lighthearted shows including villains controlling large goofy monsters. The protagonist in Zetsumetsu Kigu Shoujo is an ESP power weilding girl with a ghost-twin who augments her sister. Hiding these powers they fight powerful enemies after something valuable. All these aspects share strong similarities with the Pretty Cure series, especially if you see the stuffed doll as an equivalent to the mascots in the Pretty Cure series.

In terms of differences, the most obvious one is the difference in size and the resulting room for more plot and character development. Other than that, both shows are shows which are well suited for a young public which loves to see a pair (or group) of girls fighting big monsters and winning over everyone with the power of friendship.